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r ( U, J t V A. jJvm.- (Sttaao. trw Pm Qoa.) 'e itt work ad lay a eoaapleted I jora Mora the oooreaUon at j -ft session,, leaders on both t jt at toe Leagaa of Nations row t grassed confidence of an agrca I X tat conceded that material t Jtacles remained. At the tune j - tha Mnu'nltr Af tKa full IuJom commlttM began ita conild- 7.t . lu Blank. . M-.t I Ifest by the sub-committee. t Flaakf oa GrilL ' These included an industrial re fejttoas declaration from which raference to anti-strike legislation lea bees omitted; a plaak blaming (at depreciation of money Tallies lor the high cost of living; one op pottDg government ownership or operation of railroads 7 and one ex pretting in general terms, without SKBtion of cash bonus, the grati tade and generosity of the party to There alto was a plank asking ' "timnlated industry in tha British 1st prompt ratification of the!Guln Adds. stuff pava flmatiHmaat W..t t . 1 woman surface the sub-committee voted agairst iaclMion of any direct reference to ULlALat ' Oi Foreign Relations. . The tentative foreign relations task under consideration in tbe ma-committee provided in part: We approve tha action of. the Republican senate with respect to the proposed treaty of peace witii toe covenant of tbe League of Na tions. We declare our opposition to the treaty and the League nf Nttlons, as submitted by the presi dent, and approve the action of the Republican senate in resisting rat llcation with safeguarding reserva tions. "We favor the ratification of the treaty of peace with the League of Nations with reservations which an in accord with the Americas principles which protect tbe liberty and independence of the peoph of the United States, and which in no cue shall be less effective in these respects than the reservations proposed end adopted by the Re publicans of tbe senate.", ' These potoss of the tentative plank wiiiting to die peace resolu tion, ftieiiCtr i.iia Armenia follow r ' J'cu:t Irsolnllon. ' i "We h.j-c tlj action of th Repal Kc u ; u i.v in congress , 'in patiing ft it-.iuuoD to repeal the tdtlaiiiiii u. of a sute of war with Germany Vnich would have brought peace and relieved the' people o the burden of the war measures and we condemn the president's veto of tiia resolution. Mandate For Armenia. "We condemn President Wilson' tor asking congress to empower him to accept a mandate for Ar-' menia. We commend the Repuhli caa senate for refusing the presi dent's request to empower him to accept a mandat? for Armenia. The acceptance of such inandate WoMrf throw the United States into the very maelstrom of European quar- . rels. According to the estimate of the Harbord commission, organized hy authority of President Wilson, we would be called upoa to send M,000 American boys to polic Ar menia and to expend $276,000,000 to the first year and 756,oao,000 in le years. This estimate is made upon the basis that we would bnve only roving bands to fight, bat H se of serious trouble, with the Wis pr with Russia, a force x- treaing 200,000 would be necessary." No filOrA KtriVinir .UUtRrrntlrkn nn ' luuua ot rresioeni wuson s ais "fcsrd of the lives of American Ji or. of American interests. "We deeply sympathize with the Pple of Armenia and stand ready to help them in all proper waj's, t the Republican party will op: PM now and hereafter the accept ance of a mandate for any country in Europe or Asia. . Mexico. ; j Tne Ineffective policy of the Present administration in Mexican JMters has been largely responsi ve for the continued loss ot Ainer- . can lives in that country and upon ' Wr border; for the enormous loss American and foreign property; r the lowering of American stand tra of morality and social rela wns with Mexicans, and for the ringing of American ideals or Jus nce and nationl honor and politi es' Integrity into contempt and rid worid MeXiC Md throu8houtthe, policy of wordy, futile,) JS "i;'0. Protests against the actsj 1 tollota Jomcials Plained thei aaasttft.. L"."- Dy l Preillent w not iT TT m" meaningless ana k)Bfr . 10 06 considered ser- irwrL . " lorce' Bas ou ddea in earned f aat contemPt. n,l has of mill UB lDe sneers and jeers Hexicaa bandits, and added in Smi f lnsult 8inst our na el honor and dignity. Meri 8hould not recognize any government unless it be a sponsible government, willing fea .! ?.EtT9 ""fficient guaran iJ?" the Uvea and rights of IM citlIens are respected protected; that wrongs will ba SSL "IW Jwt com JJJJgon Will be made for injury e Republican party pledges hcuL .consistent, firm and ef hau tlS?llc7 toward Mexico that enforce respect for theAmer- Shti. .d t1 ,ha protect the falh. in merlcan citizens law 184 fxic to secarity of life earment of property in ac- h ff8i"8bed princi- "right ? ' !nl1 Uw . nd 0B VeS f2tSb"cn Prty to the 1 W. . ""end Of the MeTinan nan. aaiaunaJif insistence upon the SS?-4 ot order for the nro- "diem n. me pru- S b0lmr-can citizens within rewfI?va.5reat 8erTice will be for ,eKMllcan PP'e them- eondM.! contuJUtio of praa rtoten,, m disaster to ttcaj. ere8U ad Wtriotic asplra- "W '"T and ingnaL " - SUPS .:0p"n wai . v " usgue or Na-1 "SEPT by STpwt tJs2S?2L$. ctloa of tha Ra-' ("T" ala in faaiaUng mtlft. .i - 1""-- H . . waft? " t W treaty et 21 . , " iaU wi"? r -m;, w - am a. ad tUm v - hall ka lc efleetr tetteVn- raaerraUotuTw w codoation gad axtanaioa of rales of lauraatkmal lawT at mis bars on Tbia 2mi w!th p ofTho: PCfrtta Olbbona. who took tha principal part in the pageant, also delivtircA tha in.i.. ... " Hiiniiuu eat, uiq opening of today's session of the nayuuuean nauoaai convention. Hirh nrt- fn rfi. 1 SifniSe. rQUAUTY 1 1 " A bowl and "half and half and TOM THUMBS. ' ;,A summer lunch that satisfies and nour ishes. , Because TOM THUMBS are so good you 11 never tire of servinp; them with milk all through the summer months. In the handy "Red Tin" TOM THUMBS keep crisp and fresh. - , For emergency sake keep a Red Tib in your pantry all the time. THE JflGHESTpUALIIY Encourage . .. -Your Children Rem ember you were young once. Give your chfldrert the piano they want and need. Don't put itoft; School is nearly out, vacation is the time for the children to start to learn music. 'With such dominant makes to choose from as the A. B. CHASE, KIMBALL, JESSE FRENCH, etc, which we are now showing in our salesrooms you can not make a mistake in buying here. We have extnordinary values right nownew pianos $345 and up and you can easily own one on the Griggs' Plan. - Call or write today for catalogues. Wlelemle m last gseaai Street, 1avanaart Ull Sixth A venae, Holaae Xri-aUaa OMaot attUnMo Why Certainly Burn PREMIUM : (The Comfort Coal) Rock Island C5 Molina 182 1- . ISsaihaM ' nf -- t t,.k o Vnttad Spanish War Tatanaa, and saasaban at itu i- .-u 6to A. -r". r:5g t ant aaa A f tha ifth aaaaal atata aa- fuloa rth Oaorg Amma JOSSBh MfniM of tha Joint f):St o'clock tws saoa-nlaa at tha amtory by Lastar F. LAWMfae-i. M-niuik. - k t- Amalia casip. Tha- addnaa of tha 2org wrung was given by Mayor Hon ry Bawkinsoo. and a rasaoaaa wai made by Oscar K. ra-bt-oi ih. 7 c of tha O. A. R w-m nitMil una in as honorary members. Tha In vocation WU k Ita TI XT laMu. The of Peoria. Tha' Joint aarrleas iS aaOB wo loiioweo ny separate regu lar saaslona of tha organiaattona. afternoon an automobile wip was. planned with a vUtt to factories, tha country club and oth er places of interest. This even ing a military ball at tha armory Is on the program, with a grand march led by the ladies' drill team. Delegates from the local order attending the sessions are: L M. Titterinrtnn H I. nv.. -to nr No No No Medcalf, George - Garrison, Chris Koch, B. B. Wilson. F. A. Anthony. O. L. Dalisee. William r.m.kiS Foods SOMCRACKERS KasJe i m - - 0 l l"Ril JP" crural to Ved I ; a yi that seek Potan Rock bland ftr;,y ygna Hon llottne If. Caay inline aBaMoha.:....anat MoUne O. T sndatruta MbUne SSBlth .: Oaw rl 111 F. M. WBdaaauth........ ' UaM ' tit Kanu .Ottawa, 111. aroatt ...... Loekport. IlL Anderson . .Coal Valley, iu. IflMt tannal la IH. wU tn ha hariH nnb ka Dn.1. oa rtvar to connect New Tork and Now Jeraey. C. O. P. No Exchtncs, Approvals. Phone Orden. Great savings may be obtained by purchasing items quoted here for Friday V selling. In each instance prices are lowered considerable. Seven groups of wom en'siflFel Maid union suits, materially reduced in price, check and stripe lawn, flesh .or white, under-priced to $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2, 25,75. $3J5 CAiA aeo a 18x36 inch pink and blue bordered Turkish bath towels, limit 6 to a customer, fsn each ... ... .... 3 piece fancy bath tow el sets, blue and d1 gold, set . . . . Small size plain white bath towels, limit 12 to a customer 20c 18x36 inch plain white huck towels, IQr each Ly Small size huck towels, colored , embroide red medallion, ' rftn each ... ... ... wUt 72-inch bleached all pure linen tble frl damask, yard . & 64x72 inch finished pat tern table cloth, very special, tM Q each ... ... . -1". 60-inch Japanese table covers, absolutely fast colors, ,assorted pat- iff.,.;,.. $3.69 17-inch unblea ched crash toweling, limit 10 yards to a custom-1 Ca er,yard.. I0t'. 17-inch bleached crash ; toweling, limit 10 yards , to a customer, 25r yard 40-in. fancy white voile ' and organdy - CAv waisting, yard .. "" 78x88 scalloped satin bed spreads, 0A AO very special . . v170 A special line of wom 1 en's vests, cool and com fortable, just the desired " garment for warm -weather, tape or band top, 20r ' each ; Women's union suits in flesh and' white, - all ' styles, per . garment ". . ; . 1 ow Y lien's cotton sox, black, : W brown and lQv natural, pair .... f- ttle?al takavah. t- ir-itt swr fc0 Thy nrao T"" oamsaBUte kaaw. in no aKP to this, button note boa qasta wgra gJan. to tha condactors and amoraaan on tha atroat cars. : ll&aTaehanl atata kla ua. watr mat in tim: lor Tha - m was tha raciataat ot a dallVarillaT. aaa wque noaatw. c. T. U. OB flllM MlMrfA. Wl . wants Particularly to thank those ly. tO Which tha fMMl wmm. wwi sw lowsn and maCh Of tha - - - a vaaaaw "TV ummn. inane you! AKogathar there were 2(3 bon qneta given out yesterday by the ujrae jmlona the Contra 1. the 1uMdt and tha Augustana unions Tha bouqneU, of aU var- ana eotne hothouse flowers, inclad inr rmm aa . Zlj ue aay u xoncE. 1 90 RaniMJ rwaraa a.a a. tl whom it any Tan notice, of Jana, A. D. Sled br Rnaa bible verse and the words, "Flow er Mission Day. W. C. T. U. - warn P at the assocunon' house in the morning and then taken out Flowers were sent to the pa-1 tients at St. Anthony's hospital, the county court of Bock Island coun ty, Illinois, to hava a certain child named BdWard nawaa ilarlaaail a dependent child, you tha enstodv of saw child, FAMOUi IOA Dfl sTfOBB Men's Kumfort mesh union suits in cream and white, per $1 75 garment . vlelu Men's silk wash ties, at tractive stripe QQr patterns, each . . ""C Men's muslin night shirts, plain and braid trim, et 70 each ... ... . Boys' athletic suits of checked dimity, low neck, gar- HCr ment ... 'w. FIVE-GROUPS Containing Suits and Dolmans on Sale at Prices Which Will Mean Quick Disposal GROUP Women's coats at .. GROUP Si Women's suits at . GROUP 3 Women's silk dresses . GROUP 4 Women's suits at . "a! - '. - GROUP 5 Women's Dolmans at Women's black cotton hose, all sizes, Tin a pair ... ... w A clean-up of men's silk ties, two groups, priced Si . $i5 Women's fiber silk hose, ' band or ribbed 0i CA top, pair .. Men's madras and per cale shirts, French cuffs . iS.,;$L.: Women's stamped gowns, ready to embroi- ; JUL mwnsas m tow aaH chad as Ot thO to tha legal adoption ot aatd efcXI saonu nay prone f ha W . O Tin any time dariac whoi-si any naoea ganaroqs in "Airing aenrica and to whoa KMatit fnr tha nay poraon othar than such guard ian of said child, asi naki assi other and fartber orders In thia cause aa to tha eonrt shall enesa meat according to aqaity aari good conscience and according aa tha statute la such case made and pro vided. Now. anlaa nn anaaaa vMhta ana. concern: that on tha loth day 1119. a petition waa f! BaHahaaap t. tk. tWentv f20 lava thia notice and show cause against suca appucauon. tna petition aaail ba taken for oonf eased and a do crae entareV and to take from and ananlianahin Datad June 10, A. Xk 1M0. HENRT B. HUBBARD. Clerk County Court. and that tha court COAT AND UTtT ON FIFTH a?KNTJsl Men's athletic suits of barred dimity, OQr garment Oy Men's knit union suits, a very fine grade, in sport or long sleeve, M 10 garment .. .. ?IeIX Children's chambray ov eralls, just the thing for play suits, red CQf trimmed, each . . v7st Boys 'waists of madras and percales, neat pat terns, AO each Dresses, Coats, S $10 $10 $10 ..$20 aBSrara - , .J5 fa"aa-'I7) Men's percale shirts, French or laundered cuffs, not all sizes, close xri:? . $1.00 - - H , -rr Men's 1-piece pajamas of fine quality nainsook, braid trim, 4(7 CA garment ... . v-.OU j Unusual. value in metal flower boxes, (i ta 23 inch size .. vI.0U 34-inch $2.00 size ".t ..' a e One group of corsets, discontinued numbers, Va. II.. - .-J a EI LTx. ovar tin aaranft aathoriso 1.1 Kaardlan to aawat emng tar Waaaop- Cnrtac to a nalataksi aa r aneh gnardlsaahia aabtaltted to Tha Argaa tar j so or aoaant ay wssiaimng tan - au aoaooi szaSIa who kai at a raeord tar nartaat l anoa. Bvalyn filaaar waa aaa. one of thoaa neither eiimi taray for 00a year. , Bvalyn holds. InraaUty, tkor oat record of anyV tha ct: for aha haa bean neither C nor tardy for a nartod of si aitar tha .lata yoara. Sba la a papl 'at the IV Un sonoot, wharo aha itanoa j in Bcnotaraarn. ana is n teaebers and pupils aa a tlous and faithful worker. Tha an dial Umantace. Woaca'j and Mirc Second fl j 1 1 Fridlsi? i Women's lace hose, black, white and mixed colors, thread silk, lisle $r ... .. .. $1.89. Ivory jewel cases, neat ly made, s M )& each ....... vaJaaVw White ivory hair brush es, firm bristles, two styles, frf CA each ... ... . DIeOU Black patent leather" canteen bags, fitted, silk v each'... .... $3.60 Black leather envelope purses, top or back strap, with 0i no nurror, each . . VleU One group of attractive " novelty beads, various . colors, extra d2 (V special, strand We 1 7 Splendid value in pearl beads, 15-inch, i Ar per strand ... . . Bar pins and brooches, excellent range to choose from, ocr each ... ..o.,001' Real coral rosebud bar . pins and brooches, A"Xr Friday, each .. .' 25-inch strand of pink pearl beads, t splendid quality vleOO Metal bag top, various ffi.?.$1.05 Women's brown leather 1QC wide, each . Men's handkerchiefs, superior qual- 0f aa ity,6for... 9lM3 Men's fine c a mbric $1.00 Women's novelty hand kerchiefs, attractive col orings, Cr each ov w One big lot of women's new fairfiex hand- . 7 ' kerchiefs, each . . ' v 18x45 inch dresser scarf, ,...$1.79; Envelope prrrts, top and back , ' each ... ...y.:. vv-: Apparel- :-',t was c f 4 i 'tJ c -us-.. .