THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, JULY 2,
JULY FROM TWO POINTS OF VIEW
if SECOND WEEK
lialtimorp, July A week ago to- j
div tli. democratic national conven- i
t on nut to nomma'e cai.dida'er! for
I resident ai.J vice president. Td'.ay a
I c;:i.!.a-ion i little nearer than it was
the cay the convention opened. Forty- ;
two ballots '-r taken up to the time
R'ljo'irn.T.frit was taKen ia-t r..ht, and
the !cai:Li; f and. date, Wilson. lack
1 :i votea of a nomination. At ne
tini' during the w-ek Clnrk v.-as within
17" of the r.ece.-.-ary two thirds, but
vine then had b'c n los.t.:; steadily.
Ilia vo. 'n 'he 42nd ballot was 4:M ;
nr. 1 iii'K 4!1. Wilson's luchfrt ;
Mill- war reached on the 4 th, .V1 '8.
1: it t 'ore adjournment he had lost
7'. '"lark, -a ho l ad 42?. on the 4-th. j
amwl H-vcn when the final hailot of '
th.- i;i:ht was taken. !
BREAK TO GOVERNOR AFTER'
ILLINOIS' 58 VOTES HAVE i
BEEN TAKEN FROM CLARKi
(Coctl'.'ie' T.' rn Pe On, i
n will !n' nominated us soon as order i
is r hli.'i d
VtMKII AT 3ilB. !
Wll-on was nominated at ?.:1", when;
Pennsylvania casts Its votes for him.'
making bin total at that time 733.
IOK MKI. IT lMMOt.
When the 4".'h hailot had been an-noui.'-t
rl, Senator S'one of Missouri
moved :o make tii nominal on of Wil
bon by acclamation. Wilson's, nomina
tion was made unanimous at
' liairtiian Jmi:i. s formal'v declared
Wil-o:i th.- rotnin-e of the convention ;
for ire;,i lent of the I'nitcd States at
Z.'.'.j i. tii
A ifemi Ti'lo'i" demonstration follow
ed the announce mnt of Wilson's nom
ination by aei lama' inn. Cheer after
he. r swept the hall and wag tak' u up
by crowds outside.
iu. m i. TOMf.iir. 1
The (invention adjo irni d until ft
t'liiljrht. when nomination, fir vice
president wi!l be made and a p!a:form
Prominently meuMoned for vice pres
ident are Marshall of Indiana, Burke
of North I'nkota, Henry of Texas and
Kern of Indiana.
PROMOTIONS ARE MADE
AT Q FREIGHT OFFICE
The fallowing changes h-ivc been
made :,t tic local frelyht o!!: e jf the
W, T. I Iciidrit k.,on has resipned
to accept a poh.it ion as inspector with
the Western Wcinhlni; association
w ith hi ad': tiartet s in This city.
Carl Carlson, r.h'ht clerk, has hi-eii
promoted to the position vacated by
I'atiiik S.-x'on has been promoted
to the position of niijht clerk.
yC X BLAlS IS
SC ' is -Hot Leather-)
if W f l?SL,STeM TTfife
FAITHFUL ILLINOIS DELEGATION
READY TO SWITCH ITS VOTE
Baltimore. July 2. The 7.S Illi
nois delegates, after stickiriK laith
fullv to t'Saiup CI. irk fbroni-'h '.
hailot.-. cam iim-I la.-t :i;!.t and i'e-
idi (I their ri :ui;T.i s to si .u iro!ii
Champ ''lark to 'A'oodrow Wilson at
any time within the next few ballots.
It was dei id- (1 by a vi te of :;7 to
12'-j not to iin to Wiisoji tititil his
total is a li'tle greater.
At tin- time lie .aucMK was held
Wil.-o::-.- total vote wao 4'.'. or 7
l's.- than a majo ity It was possible
the switch would he made if Wilson
reached i he lna.iorit v mark.
M'l.U IH!i V I SOON.
Mos of the Illinois lb-:,-rates Irivo
reached a point Wiu-te they i:re i 1 1 -inn
to vote for any ia::d;d::te who ati
be nominated. At thi
in the i.-a I aii 1 i . tic
w bo mis.-! t lie aid-d n
K:ers Mi N'ej;i of Kvanston. a
T.-i tii d.striit ile'eL-ate : rid an orig
inal Wihou ii. an, was anxious to h iv
tune Wilson is
terially by th
the delegates turn to Wilson at once.
The caucus was the fcceond helo
l y the Illinois delegation during the
In a caucus hi Id in the morning
before the convention opened, the
Illinois delegates agreed not to desert
(lark until something developed
which would warrant it. linger C. Si 1
livan was authorized to act for the
! 1 aiii ti. Th'1 delo-aVs h i'; it in
hi- hands to decide whether an ar
rangement should ho made by which
Illinois would join in a movement
el; her for Wilson or some othor can
didate. ir fi itTitr.ti iu-: ki.oimiknt.
The delegation caucused in the Il
linois head'juartersj in the lU-lvedere
hotel. Mr. Sullivan presided. Nearly
all of the delegates to' k a hand in the
discission. None of the delegates ap
peared to believe they should ttii k
to Clark in the event it became pos
sible to nominate some one else, but
mi st of them were of the opinion
up tn date
rm mb n. in u.i mi it.
1 r till
Leads in an
nothing had developed
which would make it
l.eorge W. Pithian, a deb gate-at-hirge.
inclined" to the view tar.t the
time had come to swing to Wilson,
lie did not object seriously, however,
' to remaining with Clark for a few
ballots to ascertain ju.-t what the
prospects were for the nomination of
S. A. Katkbun of 1'ontiac. a Sev
enteenth district deleu.-Ke, said he
would be I'.iad to go to W ilso.i wlicii
tver the word was given.
1 ii vh:n iiiii: imr., j
! The original Wilson uh n on the!
delegation, if whom there a:e six
or eight, did not make a fight to
have the delegation change at ome.
These i.u-n took the view that noth
ing would be gained by starting a
tight in the caucus, but that their
purpose Would be accomplished
more easily a little later on after it
had become in'. re nppareiit that
Clark could not be nominate!. The
vote to remain with Clark for the
i present was practically unanimous.
' The caucus continued past the
1 hour set for the convening of the
: session. and for the first time
; since the convention opene 1 the 1 1 1 i
nois delegates were not in their seats
j when it was called to order. Illinois
was passed when its name was reach
j ed on the first roll call, but the delo
i pates arrived before the roll call was
HOOTS GREET BRYAN
For Deserving Couples
You and we alone know the terms
No interest to pay No red tape No
inquiries At least investigate this plan
Sec Our 3
, ? M Rooms
Complete ISftllf ''iWfi 0n,y
fT IWE TRUST THE TOPLE.pifrS
Biyan and declaied the qui stion of per
Efaal privilege was not granted.
Mr. Iirvan hositatid for a minute as
if he was planning another move
which woiihl permit him to address the
delegates, but torrent of cries went up
whit h showed up misiakably the tem
per of the gathering.
TRAIN RUNS DOWN
UTOs FOUR DEAD
II an ley.
All are from (j ranger.
PARISH PICNIC TO BE
AT TOWER TOMORROWS
The parish picnic of the Trinity j
Episcopal church will he held tomor-j
row at the Watch Tower and plans
have been made to make the day a:
memorable one. Well tilled basketd
and all else that goes to make a pic-I
nic a success will he present. The'
car will leave the church for the!
Tower at !:3t o'clock in the nmru-1
July 2. The Los Ange
stbound, t n the North
ern down a loaded auto
' nova. III , at 1 : J ' this
Aurora, 111 .
Ies limited, e
mobile near ti
morning, killing two men and a wo-i
man and fatally injuring a third man. j
The names were not baled.
The killed were identified as Mr.
and Mrs. N. S. Anderson and Ceorge1
Ilanley. The dying man is James j
You must always be ne to your
Mttle playmates "
"1 know I've c"t my lesion nil
right, ma. I'm Just bi'iiting thetn
nround a lilt trying to teach them
that they've got to lie nic to too
letroit Kree I'resa.
Liberty will not decern! to n fwvjplt;
m people must raise themselves to lite
All the news all tin; time The Argus.
WHEN HE IS GAGGED'
Continued fro-- F.-if 'nr
LIGHTNING STRIKES ;
STRUCTURE IN M0LINE:
We back P. A. to measure up to your
idea of a pipe smoke to answer the
jimmy pipe test. The field is open. None
are barred. We put our trust in quality. If
you think you may like some other tobacco better than Prince
Albert, give 'em both a good tryout, then take your choice.
That's the true American spirit of fair play. It's the Spirit of
Seventy-six, the spirit in which our forefathers scrapped for their
rights long ago. That's why we framed this talk around the good
old Liberty Bell.
i the .police with drawn clubs. Mr. Hry-
! an surveyed the turmo l l.'lo.v him,
i shouting orders to the police himself
several t imt s.
j The iron man. who has in v r lost
jcontiol of himself, was in a ) tecari- '
ous position. Inflamed to Cue tir.-t pas-
sior. he has shown during ti.. toiiven-'
j tie n and at times he was goa'.'ed se
verely Mr. lrai stood with one arm
extended toward Chairman .lames, but
j apparently he was unable to say what
j he desired to say.
! Mr. Janus was waiting for him, but
j Mr. Bryan appeared dazed ar.d stunned
by the violence of the seen, -n which
he was the target for the only unadul- j Fom)er chi 0
iterated, homespun, ev-ryday ;.it)iots .... , .
; useu on ine noor or in
Lightning struck a shed owned by
Adolph Lind, west end resident of
Moline, yesterday afternoon at 4:110.
A. I. I'etersoii, Moline plumbinx in
fclector, had sought shelter nearby
the shed and only a minute before
the bolt struck did he move to an
other spot. The shed was set afire
hut the resulting damage was nominal.
and Mrs. Taft returned
delphia this morning.
t: 1 (i'-'.-V ,.;-? .-f Try
the national joy smoke
is made with the one idea of giving you the
best pipe tobacco your money will buy.
And you should know that "P. A. "is just as
muchthe goods" in acigarette as in a pipe !
For the boys who roll "em themselves,
there's no tobacco so good so sweet, fresh
and long-burningas "P. A." Cut away from
the dust brands and get a real cigarette smoke
just the kind that you feel like making a
stump speech about!
oat Iht tling par P A in a clatt of
the tidy lei t:n for a dime, or red cloth bae for cents
bandy for cigarette makm's -half-pound and pound tin
n.dor and pound lass humid.rs.
J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salem, ti. C
in the weary hours
dragged along in an effort tii nath a
IIOU I. AM) iiiwt T Hill
Chairman James announced that Mr.
Hran was rising to a question "f per
sonal privilege and that be was en
titled to the right to say what the ques
Then the anti-Bryan demonstration
was resumed. For 15 minute.-, the
howls and hoots aimed at the common
With the restoration of q ii f- Mr.
Hry an stepped forward on th- ro.-'ruin
His voice was drowned in a to:; cut of
Then Chairman James aM"..mced
that he had ptrmitted Mr. Hrn to
announce his question of personal priv
ilege. but that it was for tie- t :. ir to
decide whether the question .e ad
IIHYW STATES HIS AK.
This anntasc-d the del-gates ai-d Mr.
P.ryan began his statement j
"I w as seated with my d. b ga'icin," ;
Mr. Bryan began, "when a banner 1
was brought and placed in front of me. ,
I asked those in charge of it to remove .
the banner, but they refused to d so. 1
I th'-n appealed to the chaSi-muii of the
"If it was the rnauthoried act of.
" t,'nv,,:" " u"r' former mayor of Chicago, died todav
the c agates
t.iven by Many limk Island I'eople.
Kxperiences told by Hock Island pec-ple
'members of the delegation I have noth
' in to say, hut if it was d i.e at the
! request or order of the chairman of
j the delegation. I will have a d deal
1 to ha.'. I want t-vryon" to kr." rl:at."
I Chairman Jmes interrupted ilr.
Those who have had weak kidneys
Who used iJoan'a Kidney l'iils
Who found the remedy effective
Such statements prove merit.
You might doubt an utter stranger.
You must believe Kotk Island peo
ple. Here's Rock Island proof. Verify it.
Read. Investigate. lie convinced.
You'll find why Hock Island folks be-
lieve in I loan s.
i C. M. Fisher, S",2 First avenue, Rock
Island, 111., says: '"Iioan's Kidney I"i!!s
.have certainly done hue work in my
; case and I am ph ased to confirm the
'statement I gave in recommend
' ing them. I suffered from rheumatic
twinges in my hack and my limbs
were st.ff. At j.ight I did not sleeo
well and in the morning I felt all
tired out Yhn I raw Iioan's Kid
ney itii8 advertised. I got a supply at
the Harper House pharmacy and they
gave Tn? immediate relief. The action
cf my kidn'ys was. regulated and all
the other troubles were removed."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milbuun company, Buf
falo, New York, sole agcnla for the
P.f member the
take no other.
BE A ROBUST MAN
With PJenty of Life and Energy and Vigor
Arc uu 1'reimreil for tlif 0.Mirti!nlf i'm of l.lfrf or
Are 1 uu Siilixlli-il tu Ilr u Dronrf
It is the loss of life's vitality that makes weak,
nervous, sluggish, th tpondt nt, embarrassed men,
whether old or young, w ho lack nmi.i'Mii, strength
and all that makes a man f 1 ho dideient w hen he
is able to enjoy the power which lit a him for the
duties ami pleasures of life.
If vou are buffering from any of the weaknesses
and tlebililated comlii ions that ti i.d tu make man a
CONSULT US TODAY
W illi unk am! sunken eycM. ner
vous. KWtiily lum-H -jtel !' !, j.iil
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lire '.nil nihil. b- tear. Iilurr.-.l eyt -
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t.ii-atn. Vomit; iiii-ii, il inaki-K :io
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t heHltl. lili'l friilki:
mail nnioiii; ne-ii.
. .r lieuita iiiiii vi'jr.
tame Lh-aa'o and
We hi .- In fa.IT ili.iljrigt alel
hunt st n,. t . .Ua. wi.'.i Ii to.-ti.i-r
with ,i;r i :.t? expi-rli ni-e. skill
anil abiiity i.r- tie only u'iali;i
catiiijiri '-oriftl'.on mat i-aii
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until nature iclvr- va
dill .-reiii-e wiiu tiu-i falleil tu curts
)uu. we i an liuilil nji your syn
tein aa'i make h .MAN uf yu.
You U.H.- Invlteil to call, l ltl.i;.
The sjirii.gtimt: of yo
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tliink ilifli-r en t ly now
joint I. .ok to ti.e nnsi
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