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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912.
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Tln N:iMinil bridge of VircinlH Js a
butty in compnrison with any of the
tlire;' CtHti ftirtii.it ions. It is to t re- I
Krclte'l tlmt these wonderful bridges
nre not ':isicr of ncress. FiRiires give
little idea of their immensity, and
words but Hiitrest tlieir heauty.
Tlie first hi'count of ttiem given to
tlie world whs that of Horace J. Lung,
who visited the bridges in I'.MKJ. Long
:is an engineer nd prospecting in
l'i ;ii. one i':iy he fell i'l with a cattle
iikim naiiied S' oiiip. who was familiar
v.i'h I'tnli and in particular with the
reirion lyin-; aiound tlie San .1 nan river.
N-orup. after s'me iirelimiuary n.m
vcrsation. said t tint be hud seen some
remarkable bridges so immense and
tvcmierful that be disliked to talk iibout
tiu-i'i for fear he would lie accused of
inn ir.i'.a-t'.irmg the story. He added
COUNTING OVER UNCLE SAM'S GREAT WEALTH IS SOME JOB;
' AND IT WILL ALL HAVE TO BE DONE AGALN LN A FEW MONTHS
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s a tr p of 1 : i s
.: Ii them, but ;
htiNe been tnl
ti ill of their si
pcpiilar v jiv t f n
en at d
fruui r.l i!T. I tali.
clii r, i a un'.de a:i l o-,,t
hi pro- ceil : Ii; n':-;i dry
i am beds ai'd s:r..e o v
!! " -.r .! bi'itli's. wl.t- li
Ii' ;: ii en fa r from t i.e
The ni!e cau"ii itself is t'vuv
I ii 'K cut-, and the bi'.iles priag
' ii its iiivp. Ii,;'it b'!'V val's. 'he
ti ' c I , ,n v l'h;-i a dit 'iice of llii'
l i. i s Thrv si ciii curve I by 'I : t: ' t
fer. : the largest l feet l'!li
mid I'cct (lie'!; at the top of t Ue
it.' U. Tie nr. Ii is -js f.-t wide, the
M i. ii is 'J''1 f.c'. ." I the height of the
: u is i :.7 f
th'.t though he bad seen them in isitt
be hail always desired to go" back and
if I. ' iv.' would accompany him and take
.in aii'i came to Mii:ier area, i
nf'ff.V tf'JITH ORTPnPM Nvnm.Ti.'.i! and mure beautiful
1 i 1 1 'U '1 liiil'MlH'i " e l r-t. with a lightness and gr.
! ! till II UlillUlnil h;.rm f coiori.g that made it a s
fi HLTIH DISEASE
Corrr.on Sense Treatrrrnt
Q : 1 1. k t y Relieves All
If you !uv.' nr.y fytnptoma of catarrh.
I : i ii f t-ti!.' d lip "feeling in the iicud.
fi-fU..o 'iiser:are from the nose, I'hVgrn
,i the th.vat, CKitsing hwkir.g u.-.d i! u
l liuil pu n in the head, or ringing in
I'k' a-s. just anoint the nostrils or rub
I'-.e Li.rout or chest with a little Liy'a
t'r- "ira liuim. aud bco Low qaickiy you
i '. get relief.
I:i jjst a few minutes vou will fWl
t -r lic.i 1 clearing, and after usrg the
u .a for a tiny or bo the nasty discharge
ill be checked, the pain, soreness and
fever wi.l be gone, and you will no loiig
rr be otTon.sive to yourself and friends
yjur constant, hawking, spitting ar.d
i-'.iiike ofT the grip of catarrh before
I i:upuir your ensj of tatte, smell
;,d hchriiig and poisons your w hole sys-t-.'rn.
In a short time you can be cured
Of thi distressing duease by using K'.y'i
friani Lain. This healing, cnliseptic
Ii':n dvs rot fol you with short, de
C 'plive reiief, hut completely overcorres
tie disease. It clears the nose, head
throat of all the rank poison, soothes,
fa a' and r. n other's the ra'.v. sore
C ' : -.iira..e-. ...,.; rr:hliof you t r.jof p raiuri.
i One aru!ation will convince you,
and a fifty c it Uittie will generally ef
fect a c.'ir.p'.e'.' c-j'e. Get it fn r.i yo';r
C- T't : . ! ii'.s' treat:i:cLit a. o.lse.
ii. o. Rolf.-, ajett tAavu
pleeogt lis he would guarantee
gui le the engineer to the plaice. j
A . ..i diiigly the two men set out with
pa -k !niies a'id pn isimis. and after
a l"::e!y trip through deserts nnd j
canyons atnl wide stivP lies where no j
at. I. !..'H was to be seen lliey neseellUed
it:; i the pirgc of the White cauyon. the
des "f v hieii are ti'led with desertisl
cliff dwellings. Two days later they I
earn" to tlie wonderful bridges. theBrst I
of v I I 'll, of ptnk sandstone. S'-orup j
cai! I Caroline in honor of bis mother, j
I ong was fairly dazed at the beauty j
and i.e of this natural wouder. The !
pink were streaked with delicate :
colored lichens and stood out in bold
iclh'f :ig:;iust a sky of !;ue. More tiian !
this. Iwith men felt that they were ga?.- '
ii -. ..ii one of the wonders of the world ;
'1 11. y pushed rapidly dnwn the can j
in niiii came to anL:ier arch, more
dd work of nature Long named this
h" August.i af'.er Ids wife aud man- j
aged to get a fair photograph. The
Hp-h was so high that the trees of Cal- I
ifornin would seem dwarfed beside It.
and the men tool; whnt measurements j
they c.'iild by Himbiiig and clinging to
the .nny urs sides
Tliey found the F.dwin. or I.ittle !
bridge. seeral tniies down the canyon,
the arch in reality of immense dimen
sions, but small in comparison with
those thnt they had measured. All
around these bridges, are crags and
strange formations, cave dwelling,
s-iriiigs and other ibjeet. of interest,
but the center of attraction is and will
always lie these three towering arches
which span the White canyon.
I'ndoubtedly these bridges are of
great scientific interest, not alone be
cause they are so far as known the
largest natural bridges in the world,
but because they are extraordinary ex
amples of stream erosion. An ancient
river probably carved these great
arehes, which may have been known to
prehistoric dwellers of the desert west.
New York Sun.
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as a whole. Tie could probably" haT
accomplished the anomaly, with tb
mercurial French, of founding a per
sonal dynasty upon the French revolu
tion which beheaded royalty and an
nounced the rights of man, but when
he attempted to remake the map of
Europe he reckoned beyond his power.
lie realized that the armies of the re
public had been animated " y a passion
for liberty, equality and fraternity, bnt
he could not understand that bis ag
gressions upon other countries depriv
ed his armies of this moral force and
implanted It in his enemies and that
no skill In strategy and tactics could
long withstand It. He would not per
mit." group of great administrators
and military leaders to share his hon
ors and form around him a cabinet
which might have protected him
against himself. And so he plunged
forward, unadvised and talking of bis
star and destiny to his Waterloo.
Edward T. Jones in Engineering Magazine.
Independence camp No. 26, Modern
Woodmen of America, elected the fol
lowing officers for the ensuing year at
lta regular meeting held last night:
Past Consul William A. Ijovett
Consul MiUard T. Stevens.
Advisor Michael Dollman.
Banker Charles F. Huthmaker.
Clerk Elmer F. Johnson.
Escort Clarence Budelier.
Watchman E. S. Clo.
Sentry Frank H. Emlg.
Physicians F. D. Paul, S. B. Hall,
J. O. Souders and M. J. 0"Hern.
Deputy William Voss.
Installation will occur Jan. 13.
Kansas City After a separation of
23 years the family of James F. Ales
wi's united when he aud his wife,
Edith Jennie, returned to their home
at Kansas City, Kan., from Denver,
where they were remarried last week.
Lawrence Ales, a 13-year-old grand
bon, witnebsed the remarriage.
Cincinnati Three men entered the
jewelry store of Adolph Wiebell,
bound and gagged Eddis Roelker, a
clerk, 16 years old, gathered up dia
l. oiids worth $10,000 and walked lei
surely out of the 6tore.
Inflammatory Rheumatism Quickly
Morton U HU't of Lebanon, Iud.,
tayt: "My wife had Inflammatory
rheumatism In every mtiBCle and Joint;
ber suff ertng was terrible and her body ,
and face were swollen almost beyond
recognition; bad been In bed for six
weeks and had eight physicians, but
received no benefit until she tried Dr.
Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism. It i
gave Immediate relief art she was able j
to walk in three days. I am sure tt
saved ber life." Sold by Otto Crotjan.
1501 Second avenue. Rock island, and1
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hotograpti at upper left snows
counters at work In one of the big vault; upper
bottom, counting dimes.
right, Carml Thompson; at h
Washington, Dec. 10. Everybody is of treasurers when Wiison comes In,
I busy around the treasury department
! these days, for Uncle Sam Is coun'ing
!his money. He always counts it when
be changes treasurers, and he is about
to make ano'her change. Lee McClung
will soon retire to make way for Carmi
The task Is a big one aiid will not t
finished before 1913. The inability of
Mr. McClung and President Taft to get
' along for a few more months is making
a deal of expense for I'ncle Sam: for,
jof course, there will be another change
which win necessitate another long
and expensive count.
The accompanying plc'ures show the
clerks of the treasury department hard
at work in the vaults. The new treas
urer, who will not assume full respon
sibility ititil ill the money is counted,
is also fhown.
Each of the compartment In which
"he coin is kept holds about $10,000,
000. A bag cf si'.ver containing $1,000
v. e'ghs about 0 pounds. Automatic ma
' chines are used to count the money.
The coins are placed in a heap on the
table and fed into the machine by a '.
sweep of the band. The operator turns
Ithe handie, and as the coins slide ;
through to the bag below, the money i
registers on an indicator. When the re- ,
quired number of coins have passed'
j through, the bag Is tied up and packed
j away. Machines of this type are now
used in all the big banks throughout
The Crowded Way.
"The late Geueral Heth." said a Sal
Tation Army cartain of Pbiiade'pliia.
"used to admit freely that the bad man
had more fun at least while carrying
on his tiadness than the good man.
Stroking his wprie beard, he put the
nu tter in a neat epigram one night In
"They say the way of the tran-cr.'.-or
is l r.rd.' be said. At any rate
It ceitiii;i!y tsu't ionely.' "
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Seems too good to be true tut it is
true, and wa vouca fcr It.
Just a few drops of ihe simple, cool
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eczema, and the itch stops ir.s:;ir.t:y.
We jrive you a trliil bottle noush to
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Kow If you have tried a great many
cures fcr eczema &nd lave been disap
pointed, do r.ot make ths rr.is'ake o re
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will give ycu t: e firs' dollar bot'le on
our positive Co pay susramee, that D.D.li.
wiii ttyp t.ie itcn at once.
i Harper House Pharmacy, corner Nice t .-cth nd Setoad Avenue. Adv.
Napoleon and the Causes That Led Up
In one way Napoleon possessed a de
fect similar to that of Frederick the
Great. He provided no adequate staff
to relieve himself of details.
It is likely that bis Intense desire to
stand alone, in order to receive all the
credit for what was done was the se
cret of his action.
Although undoubtedly the greatest
military genics that ever lived, be
overreached himself. This Is shown
in a single enterprise like the Russian
campaign, but it Is bhown la the life
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