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THE ROCK ISLAND AKGUS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1910.
THE ARGUS. Published Dally end Weekly at 12 Cecond avenue. Rock Island. X1L IBniJ -rel at the pontofflc as second-class matter. BY THE J. W. POTTER CO. TKRMSL Dally. 1 cents per weak. Weekly, Sjl per year In advance. All communications of argumentative tbaracter, political or religious, must have real nam attached for publica tion. No, such articles wlU to printed ever fictitious signatures. Correspondence solicited . from every township In Rock Island county. Friday, August 26, 1910. AXXOtTSCEMEXT. ' I hertby announce myself as a can didate for the democratic nomination for minority representative In the Thirty-third senatorial district, and ask the support of all democrats who deem me worthy. J. S. SLOAN. The early bird gets the worm, but on the other hand the early worm gets eaten. It's In the air already the Curtiss aeroplane in connection with the third annua Rock Island exposition. Every body is talking about it. A Kentucky girl whose husband dis couraged her taste for hobble skirts by well directed kicks, is suing for divorce. Why not apply for an order to hobble the hubsand? The New York Press confesses to "a strong conviction that Senator Bris tow is a man of better political principles than Senator Aldrlch." That being true, Senator Bristow's principles may or may not be good. King Manuel of Portugal has been forced to hide In the mountains for the purpose of keeping out of the way of the Portuguese revolutionists. It seems a shame to spoil the summer of an absolutely Inoffensive young king in that way. Another Pittsburg scandal! Jere miah F. McCarthy has been arrested ! . rr,n Steel company. This man must feel cheap when he compares his ' paltry pilfering with others that have recent ly been called to the attention of the public. George Ade, at a tea, was reproach fully asked by a -matron why, with his luiiuue, uiu nut marry. veii, mau am," Mr. Ade replied, "I have decided that In my case it is better to stay single and disappoint a few women for a time than to get married and disappoint one woman for life." X. -J .J llll'.ll J Members of congress Issued 14,000, 000 copies of speeches at government expense during the last session of con gress. And of the hundreds of speech es editors are supposed to miss read ing none of them. This is one form of mute appeal for sympathy for the editors. The center of population under the new census will not, it Is thought, be moved far from the present center, says the Indianapolis Star. This is not because the population of the Unit ed States has not greatly increased, "but because the bulk t. the increase is not as usual, in the west. There has been a great addition tq the number of inhabitants of the southwest, espe cially in Texas; but on the other hand. a large percentage of the immigrants who arrived during tne last few years I scattered themselves over the eastern i states. Rhode Island's increase for ex- j ample is 1G per cent. In every direc-j tion there is still room for more. I I So Long to the "Tin Soldier."." There is no longer room for the old and familiar street cry "tin soldier," heard not so very many years ago, whenever bodies of state militia niarcn ed jauntily along. It has gone with su perfluous gold lace and fancy uniforms. The business of being a'voiuiiiter na tional guardsman has been gradually, but surely, transformed to the grave and dignified plane of the regular. Camp life is no longer a vacation. It is mostly made up of hard work, with just enough healthful diversion to make it attractive. In one particular there has heen a decided change, and this is in sanita tion!. The guardsman who goes into v-amp today is instructed in the fine art of keeping well, lie is schooled in what to cat and where, and what to drink and what not to drink. Rightly ord-ered camp life is the healthiest life on earth. v.. Napoleon, recognized the principle of keeping his army well fed and healthy, a3 well as well equipped. As a result be overawed all Europe. The Illinois national guard is learn ing, and learning rapidly, the ways of the regulars. It is becoming more and more valuable as a reserve force which may be depended upon to give a good account of itself. Retribution. A St. Louis man had three wives. Two killed themselves and "the third tried it. Now the husband has died by his own hand. His parents are wealthy and prominent. Lying be side his dead body was a religious work, entitled, "The Mystery of (Jod Revealed From His Work," and on an open page it was written, "The Man of Sin Is Revealed." Can one imagine the last hours of his life when, as he toyed with the revolver with which he shot himself, the rec ollections of the yearns gone by went fishing through his mind Pictur hira conning over his wasted years, t seeing . the ghastly features of the j women whom he had driven to de spair. And then Imagine him plodding through the-pages of "The Mystery of God Revealed From His Work." and writing his confession: "The Man of Sin la Revealed." An O. K. for Taft: John Hays Hammond, greatest of American mining engineers, - was quoted In Sunday's press dispatches as 'warmly and unreservedly como mendlng the administration of Presl dent Taft in every particular. Mr. Hammond la several times a millionaire, and long ago quit the tri pod. He Is a member of the Ryan- Morgan syndicate which secured valu able concessions in the Congo from the late King Leopold, which syndi cate is now engaged in exploiting the resources of the country, and the labor of its people. Doubtless Mr. Hammond has very large interests in Alaska along with his partners Morgan and the vjufte,wn helms. He took so keen an Interest m Mr. Taft's campaign that he personal ly subscribed a large part of the cam paign fund. His days are largely given' over to playing golf with Taft at Beverly, and his nights to dinners with one or an other man of influence. It Is an open political secret that Ballinger was substituted for Garfield in the interior department at the re quest of Mr. Hammond. Naturally, therefore, and as be comes a grateful man, John Haysf Hammond is enthusiastic In his praise of the Taft administration. And if Ballinger shall go, Mr. Ham mond is going to be very close to the president's ear so that he "Shall be able to guide him "wisely" In the se lection of Ballinger's successor. CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. STATE Headquarters Democratic State Cen tral Committee of Illinois. Chicago, Ill Au?. 9. A convention of the Democracy of Illinois is hereby called to meet on Fri day, Sept. 23, 1910, at noon, at the audi torium of the city hall in the city of Cast St. Louis, for the following pur poses, viz: . To nominate three candidates for trustees of the University of Illinois, To adopt a party platform, . To transact such other business as may properly be presented. The said convention will be composed of delegates from the several counties of the state of Illinois, to be selected under the provisions of the primary election laws in force July 1. 1910. The basis of representation for the counties will be one delegate for every 400 votes and major fraction thereof fast for the Bryan and Kern electors of the democratic ticket of 190S. The total number of delegates which shall compose the convention is 1.140, and the number of delegates to which each county is entitled Is as follows: Counties. Delegates. Adams 21 Alexander 5 nond 4 lioor.e II Brown - 4 Bureau - 7 alhoun 2 3 lHWU.il Cass Champaign 12 Christian 10 Clark 7 Clay B Clinton 8 Coles 10 Cook , . . .329 Crawford - 7 Cumberland 5 DeKalb 4 DeWitt i f Iotiglas 5 DuPage 5 Edgar 9 Kd wards 2 Kllingham ". 7 Fnvette 8 Ford 3 Franklin 5 Fulton 12 tin lint in '. - i Green 5 Crur.ily 3 Hamilton .". 5 Hancock It Hardin 2 Henderson 2 Henry 6 I roquois t 7 Jackson 8 Jasper 6 J i-oVrson jersey 5 i Jo Daviess 1 . 6 3 Johnson . . Kane Kankakee 13 1 S I ; Kendall . . . Knox .'aalie iiwrence . '-jnVtok Loga n .. .'. aim-on Macoupin . Madi.-.on . . 6 19 6 5 9 9 12 20 I 4 I ' M.irion . . . Marshall Mason . . .Massac . McDonou Mr Henry M' L'.nn . Mr..ird . Mercer . , 6 1 S onroe Montgomery .Morgan Moultrie . Peoria ,, 22 I'erry 6 Piatt 4 Pike a 10 Pope 2 Pulaski 3 I'utinan 1 Randolph 8 Richland 5 Ii-ick Island 12 Xiiine 6 Hangrtmcn 23 Schuyler 5 Scott 3 Shelby 10 sta.rk 2 St Clair .- 28 Stephenson 10 Taz'.-well 9 L'nion : 7 Vermilion 13 Wabash 4 Warren 6 Washington 5 Wayne 7 White 7 Whiteside 5 Will 14 Williamon 9 Winnebago 5 Woodford 5 By order of the democratic state cen tral committee. CHARLES BOESCHENSTEIN. Chairman. - I. B. Craig Secretary. Aug. 26 in American History' 1&"9 First petroleum well began to flow at Titusvllle. Pa. 1871 Charles Scribner. founder of the publishing house bearing bis name and of the original Scribner's Mag azine, afterward the Century, died; born 1S21. 1S34 The Wilson tariff bill became a ... law without the president's ap proval. Celia Lalghton Thaxter. American poet, died at the Isles of Shoals; born 1S35. 1904 John Rogers, sculptor, of "Rog ers Groups," died; born 1829. HAY LOSE THRONE The Maharajan of Kapurthala v Proves to Be Too Exjensive . in His Tastes. GRINDS SUBJECTS- HARD Usually Broke, Though Indian Mod archy Nets Him $1,000,000 in Annual Income, New Yorkers and other Americans who were dazzled by the glory of the raaharajab of Kapurtha!a and his glittering suit when he visited the United States a dozen years ago will be interested to know that the lavish Indian potentate's efforts to, save his throne seem doomed to fail. Though iu India he is styled "king of kings." he is a vassal of the king of England, who is also emperor of India, and has good reason to fear that he Is about to be dethroned. Testes Too Expensive. ' The rnnbarajah's tastes are too ex pensive for even his income of nearly a million dollars a year, and he has been playing ducks and drakes with the finances of his state. His native advisers are disgusted with him.-and the Indian government . has warned him that unless be ceases to be so prodigal he will have to get out lie went to England, accompanied by his Spanish wife, early this year to try to see King Edward about it. The king would have nothing to do with him there. The importunate ma harajah pursued him to Biarritz and engaged a 6uit of rooms just above his majesty's. He so exasperated King Ed ward with his attentions that a strong hint was conveyed to him by an equer ry that he might as well go home, for there was no chance of getting an au dience with the king. He hopes King George will 'prove more tractable, but this is far from probable, and unless he leaves off ex torting from his impoverished subjects money to be frittered away In Europe his deposition is thought to be certain. Easy For Tradesmen. The ma ha rajah is as, easy a mark for the tradesmen of the European capitals as was the late shah of Persia. When he was in Diarritz this year he bought eighteen new automobiles in a fortnight. Generally his purchases are conceived on much the same scale. His wife, a rarely beautiful woman, was a dancing girl in her native Span ish town when he first saw "her and fell in love with her. Her name was Anita Delgado. Her equally lovely sister, Victoria Delgado, captivated roung Thomas Ross Winans, who mar ried her about three years ago in spite of earnest family objections. Quick Relief for Rheumatism. George. W. Koons, Lawton, Mich., says : "Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism has given my wife won derful benefit for rheumatism. ' She could not lift hand or foot, had to bfe lifted for two months. She began th9 use of the remedy and improved rapid ly. On Monday she could not move and on Wednesday she got up and dressed herself and walked out for her breakfast." Sold by Otto Grot- Jan, 1501 Second avenue, Rock Island; Gust Schlegel & Son, 220 West Second street. Davenport. 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Ev ery day they may be seen with their nurses at play in the sands, rpmping about and digging with their little shovels oh the beacb. They are healthy, cheerful youngsters and great favorites with the other children here. The Argus Daily Short Story What a Child Did Copyrighted, 1910, by Some say that a mother's love has more influence for good than any other kind. Others say that the love be tween the sexes is most effective. I think that if good alone is considered the mother's love is far the stronger. If both good and evil are Included sexual love is far more powerful. I have been moved by both of these Influences, but the greatest that ever swayed me was from a child. I was employed In a bank. One day I came across a feature in my books that I didn't understand.. I called the cashier's attention to it. and be came over to my desk to look into it. As soon as he saw what I referred to he told me tbat be would examine the matter the nest day. The following morning, when I took up my books and turned to those parts which bud puzzled me the day before, I saw evidences on certain' figures of very delicate scratching. I never scratched entries myself, and these erasnres surprised me. While I' was examining the scratched figures with a little pocket magnifying glass one of the boys came up to me and told me tbat the president wished to see me. The president was not In the habit of sending for the clerks, and I natu rally felt a dread as to what be wished to see me for. At the same time the puzzle about my books flashed upon me, and I felt a sudden vague terror. I found a man in the president's pri vate office who seemed to be interested in my coming. He was not talking to the president as I entered, but looked me over as though sizing me up. The president said to me: "Mr. Twining, tbere Is a deficiency of $20,000 in our cash, and there are evidences in your books of such a loss having been covered up. It Is my pain- FLOOD OV LIGHT FELL ON THE FaOX OF TBS BABY. ful duty to hand you over to the au thoritiesthat 13. unless you are able to restore the funds, in which case we will not prosecute you." As soon as 1 could get my breath I denied the charge. Of course my de nial had no effect. I asked that the cashier be called, and my request was granted. He came In. showing no es pecial concern to one who did not sus pect him as I did.' I saw evidences. especially in his eye, that he was car rying a big load. "Mr. Wilcox," I said, "did I not call your attention yesterday before closing to-an irregularity I had discovered in my books?" "You did. but I had not time to In vestigate it." "Why." J said, turning to the presi dent, "should I call attention to a deficit 1 was attempting to cover up?" "1 know nothing about what Mr. Twining wished to call my attention to," the cashier put in. "For a week past I have been at work, on my books nights with a view to discover this deficiency. He might have wished to speak of some other matter." It was'all clear to me. Wilcor pad used $20,000 of the bunk's funds and had been tampering with -my books to make it appearNhat 1 had been cover- j 14 I si j ing up such a deficiency. 1 saw at SPAIN AT PLAY Z ' - $ . "r By Edward- Huntington. Associated Literary Press. once that I was ruiued and broke down, crying like a baby. This was considered evidence of my guilt. I was turned oyer to the man I have spoken of. who was a constable, taken to jail and put In a cell. I told my attorney of my suspicions as to the guilty party; but. whether be believed I was mistaken or tbat 1 was guilty, he made no attempt to throw the burden on the ca.shier. Perhaps he thought it better to advocate an entirely different theory. At any rate, be made a lamentable failure of my defense. 1 was convicted and sent to state prison for ten years. I never speak or write of that hor rible period 1 served seven years, getting off tbree for -pood behavior because I do not wish to exorcise the demon It bfgot in ray nature. Upon en tering tbe prison I formed a resolution as x what I would do' as soon as I got out I would kill tbe man who had ruiued me. My first resolve was to pick n qunrrel with him. glvlDg him an wivjn! clinnce with mo for his life But upon consideration I saw no Jus tice in this and resolved to kill him on sight, lint to do this I would have to suffer death on the gallows or im prisonment for life. My final plan was to go to bis bouae at nigbt. kill him secretly and fly to some foreign coun try. From this determination I never swerved. As soon as I was discharged I went to the nearest ocean port, learned all about the sailing of vessels and fixed the date of my revenge for a day and hour to enable me to reach a ship just as she was sailing. Tben I went to the city where 1 bad been ruined and where my enemy lived. He was still cashier of the same bank where I had been employed and lived in the same bouse. I surmised tbat he was still indebted to tbe bank, for be. could not have m::de restitution without ex onerating me. To carry out my plan I must work as an ordinary criminal. But why not? This man had placed me before all the world in the position of a criminal, and my proposed act would confirm me in that position. I provided myself withau auer and a circular saw with which to gain an entrance into his house. I took no firearms, only a sharp knife. When all was ready I was obliged to welt for several days to expire be fore tbe sailing of tbe vessel on which I intended to leave. During this in terval I kept continually brooding ou my ruined life, those terrible years in prison and the miserable future be fore me. Tbe result wus that I could scarcely wait for my revenge. But the bands of the world's clock never stop, and at lust the nigbt for mv work came round. naving reached Wilcox's house. 1 bored a hole In a rear.door. sawed out a piece of the panel large enough to insert my arm and shot tbe bolts. 1 had been in the house when I was em ployed in the bank and bad recently taken pains to learn tbat Wilcox slept in a room by himself and what room be occupied. .Therefore, though I had a lantern with mc, I did not expect to use it. Nevertheless I found that I must take risks. Getting luto a room with which I was not familiar and not hear ing any one breathing bard as in sleep. I flashed my light in order to get my bearings. 1 turned it rapidly bereand there till it fell on a child's crib, and before I realized what 1 was doing a flood of bright light fell on the face of a baby I should say about six months of age, and before 1 could turp my Better in jMWaV the Laundry Gets the Dirt and Spares tbe Clothes You've probably always boiled your cloth It's necessary with ordinary Boaos. E . ,., " t- ft n "a . ' ' ' ' f J 'ft. .- 'not with Peosta. You'll simply soakine the clothes in Peosta ing with ordinary soaps. ' Peosta gets tbe dirt more easily. Aod it spares tbe clothes. Tbat is why It Is far taore eoonotnical. Mo need for scrub-board or boiler both enemies of root clothes. Try tbe Peosta war once and save neecileis work and wear. S large bars 25c. AQ grocers carry Peonta. If yours Is out of it. write o. JAMES BEACH & SONS, DubtiJJue, Iowa . AIM Maafaelaran of Baack flMtias Whiw Caaliia fur 4iua s4 baada. 9 lantern asitie two eyes were blinking at the dazzling rays. Tbevnext thing for that child 'to do would be to cry, and tbat would send me back within walls and without any revenge. I resorted to a dewperate ex pedient. 1 went to the child and be gan to hum a tune in a low voice. Still it fretted. Then, knowing that there was no one but the child and myself In the room, with the door to the ad joining room closed and the door by which I bad eDtered from the ball also closed I concluded to light the gas. though I kept It turned pretty low. Then 1 went back to continue my ef forts to quiet the child. The moment tbe little fellow saw me be 6inlled at me. If you can conceive of an ugly storm suddenly giving way before balmy sun Wuine you can understand the murder In my heart melting before that baby's smile. I crooked my forefinger and held it up to the little fellow, and be clutch ed it. There's a- line In poetry, "Baby fingers, wason touches." that when I read it always reminds me of tbat boy's grasp. Then he caught Fight of a seal ring on my little finger my mother had given me and let go my forefinger to Investigate the ring. I bad come into that house to kill tbat boy's father. For fhe first time the horror of such a revenge became apparent to me. Before tbe child's con fiding smile, his Innocent eyes, under his waxen touch, the injury I was intending to do him through bis fa ther passed back Into tbat horrible im prisonment from which it bad sprung. The door that led to tbe adjoining room opened and Wilcox, in night clothes, entered. He stared at me for a few moments, then, recognizing me, exclaimed : "Twining: Wbat are you doing here?" "I came to kill you. Your boy has saved your life." I shall never forget bis agonized ex pression. "If It were not for blm and hl3 moth er I would gladly have you run a knife through me at this moment." "And for bis and bis mother's sake I forgive you." - liectuuiug Die id iuiiow uilu, uc wrai Into tbe ball, down on to tbe main floor and into tbe library. "Twining." be said brokenly, "you are a noble fellow." "I might have been bad you not put murder into my heart." "It was I. not yourself, that effected a temporary change In you. You have been recalled to wat you were by my Innocent boy. God grant he may nev er know that to save myself I ruined you." "He never shall know it from me. and if I can help it be shall never know it from any one else. I will keep the secret for him and from him. But that deficiency is It still a loss?" "I bave gained tbe money to repay It long ago. I should bave done so and had the strength to exonerate you. but I could not own my meanness." "You needn't do that now. I will confess to what I denied. If you wish to make restitution through me. do so. T will keep that secret too." . "Tbere Is a better way. I can send It anonymously." And so It was that an Innocent child saved me from murder, enabled his father to restore the funds be had taken and to exonerate me. Latest Move of Suffragettes. 'London's "bobbles" are losing much sleep these days. And no wonder. Un til the present the arrest of suffragettes has been one of London's chief outdoor diversions; but. judging from the condi tions being made for the future, the "bobbies" will have their bands more than full in han dling the women. Mrs. Garrud. a Jiu JItsu expert, has been engaged by tbe organization to tench tbat dil cult art, and the suffragettes will use the Japanese method of deal- who interrupt their meetings. "We are going to use force in earnest in the future," says a suffragette, "and if some of those big brutes of policemen are Injured it ivuu l vug iuuii, 1UL nnuiniQ uaa j now been given." t rom now on tne war for "votes for women" will go on with renewed vigor. Be sure and take a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and' Diar rhoea Remedy with you when start ing on your trip this summer. It cannot be obtained on board tee trains or steamers. Changes of wa ter and climate often cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea and it Is bebt to be prepared. Sold by all drug gists. Struck a Rich Mine. S. W. Bends of Coal City, Ala., says he struck a perfect mine of health in Dr. King's New Life Pills for they cured him of liver and kidney trou ble after 12 years of suffering. They are the best pills on earth for con stipation, malaria, headache, dys pepsia, debility, 25 cents at all drug gists. Results SOAP eet better results bv ift-rYr-F-;:-'f,"l suds than vou will bv hours of boil Humor and Piulosophy Jr X VACAA M. SMITH PERT PARAGRAPHS. QNE of two things generally con cerus us. but wbeu we bave to be concerned about two of one things we want to select the thing ourselves. Do tbe best you can all the, tlnie and you will at least keep busy. ' A man who is fussy about his neck ties ought to keen bis shoes well pol isbed but does he? - Don't try to drown your troubles. They can swim like fish. Just forget them. People who arc having theories aa a business seldom lack practice of hav ing them. i """ It really seems disproportionate tbat it takes so little to make some people mad and so much to please them. : When you sit down hard on some people you often find tbe seat uncom fortable. We are often admonished to keep our poise, and the admonlsber seems to forget that we must first get it. It is easier to want tbe good opinion of others than It is to get it Tbe man wbo works for T2 a daj Isn't apt to get arrested for disorderly conduct. j Beyond His Capacity. "Didn't you come back rather sud denly from your vacation?" "Well, you see. I was tbe only man among ten women at tbe resort." , "What was tbe matter with that?" "Nothing, only before I knew It I was engaged to tbe entire ten." "And did they make it hot for you?" "No; they were pleasant enough about it." "Tben why didn't you stay?" "I ducked .when tbree more women got off the train." Practical Test, are you looking "What so glum about?" "I have a raging toothache." "Pshaw! Pain is all Imaginary." "Think so?" "1 kii"-v jr. Jnst think yon haven't got it will vanish." "Wouiu .cu mind letting me drop this flatlron on your toe?" Longing. If Cook did not discover The very northmost spot I'd like to be as close to tt As tbe explorer got. Finished Product So Different. "It is awfully funny." "What is awfully funny?" "You know Mrs. Brown?" "Yes." "Well, she takes la washing." "What of it?" "And she lets out rooms." Some Provocation. "He refuses to drown tbe kittens for his wife." "Too teuder hearted?" "Yes." "That's al! put on. I. saw him yes- ing with police- i terday swinging bis arms and shout men and others ' mg 'Kill the umpirel" Accommodating. , "Pretty swell restaurant w were In." "Yes. and I noticed you didn't tip tbe waiter. Isn't tbat allowed?" "Yes. but I forgot about It." "I wish I bad a memory like tbat. Excellent. "I like my dressmaker so much." "That's a good thing." . "Isn't It?" "She Is very stylish. I suppose?" "Not so very, but she hardly evef sends in a bill." Took a Tumble. "We don't see tbe old fashioned min strel show any more." "No." "Have the end men nil died?" "No: Just got ashamed of them selves." Relentless. Y. swat 'em, pjt 'em. HI IT ani t'.ng with sticks Or bricks or anything" lour mitt If It Is strong and true. A towel, too. will do. Pursue the rny varmint to Its lan-. And there don't spare Its feeling life or child or wife Or kith or Kin. Pitch In and win. Get on Its tracks with ax Or gun or ny weapon "neath the sun. Try traps. Perhnpa they'll land a nunc. Put poison where they fare for luoch. Use any method that you will. Hut kill atid t-ii: Klay on. MclufT: Da rough. Oon't stop though they should cry, "Enough!" Four bloody Cng must not be furled Until we nave a rlyleaa world. 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