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rt . 1 CeejTcatlea. IT C & TATLO. . MptcU are for ft record hresk aitendance at the state conclave ' tat fnad MBoudirr' of jt Templar of Illinois, which I to be held in this city Avg. si t flML 2. Alresdy from 12 to 15 juunderiei hae made reserva jgu tod accommodation for l.Boo jr kalfhti t trl-clty hotels. The katel committee of the local com : sjsadery la working overtime la ar ; Itaflnf (or additional accommoda tions and will endeavor to tee that avery visitor Du a piace to Bleep, nndreds of cots will be pressed Into serric and daring the week of tbe conclave many places will be converted into sleeping quarters that are regularly devoted to more formal uses. Crand Commander Louis L. Em erson has named Henry R. Lund Wad of Chicago, grand junior ward en of the grand commandery. as of fV" 1 tt y n t j r, u U tai sra4 va t- r inula, wfelea wia lrare. , The. haJ Cntte Win ha the aOIH.l of tie Imad tanubr. ..a is ejJKta. CofemMa aad Apollo neenniaaesrtae n cmm eum m Oak Pitt, aad the Eagtewood can win artng panda Is Haaly that the eervlces of several huda frast the local awatesi feder ation will also be engaged to kelp oat dariag coadave week, so that Plenty of music will be oa Up for the eatartalameat of the visiting delegattoaa aad the pahlk. It will eoaieuuBg IB Ue BatOTe Of a musical iesuval, says the commit tee. - - Paaate aaa Berts. Local ' people who witness the parade and grand review will have the opportunity of seeing some of ue Beet drilled semi-military or gaalsatlona la the country la con nection with this event, the com mittee announces. Amona them will be the famous drill corps of ugiewooo commandery, the cham pions or the United States; also tne anil corps of Chicago com mandery No. 1, which carried off third honors at the last national contest Englewood expects . to send a full battalion comprising 121 sir knights, all well drilled in bat talion formations. According to present information, about seven ' Vr 1: wr t, n J i- " t r & 1 u tie exLi- n tt trsnrnntnrkn isssiIHss is act yet ready to anoaace the oV ChttoB of the railroada as to -pedal rata for the fact that ta. rral Laa aad efclldrw of DereatDesw arrived last Friday tar a .visit at the .aoaw of Mrs. Usage's parents, Mr. aad Mrs, aa Aug. 31. aad the reads have oot yet determined their policy ia this regard attar that data. Hew er, the committee is hopeful that! a rouad trip coaosssioa of a fare aad ae-talrd ,wlll be allowed. If this la secured, tt wOl arohablT mean a much larger influx of visi tors than originally anticipated, tbe coamraee says. . Committee at Week.'.' ' ' The execatjve committee of Rock Island command ery, No. 18, mat last evening at the Masonic temple to further perfect plana tor the en- lenainment or tae visitors aad will be constantly oa the job from bow , until the date of the conclave, ac-1 cording to H. H. Cleaveland, the chairman. The other members of the committee are 3. W. Houder, : C A. Hallgrea, M. 8. Reagy, H. A. Cleveastine, P. Greenawalt and 8. R. Davis.. Assisting the executive committee are 13 sub-committees, all of which have been actively at, work for some time In making plans ' for this big gathering of Illinois Kn'gnts Templar. That it will far, eclipse the flrst success of 1908 when Rock Island last entertained j the state enclave, is the firm con viction of those la touch with pres-j ent preparations, says Mr. Cleaveland. aZm & CaarchiU ia Tairvtew. i rrea noaens of BWiiag. ttad over aigat Thursday with his sister. Mrs. a A. Wlggena Mrs. WUIlam Rettlg left moay afternoon for Mitchell. 8. D for a two weeks' visit at the homes of her daughters, Mesdames and Walter Dean. what their aew homes wfil be. Kr. aad In. H. & Dibbern. ac ooaapaaied by their daughter. Miss Margaret, retaned home Wednea- jdajr from Eraastoa. : They attend- ea tae eoauBeacemeat exercises of North wesUrn college. Miss . Mar garet having been one of the grad uates. Joaa Goltmana of Clinton, Iowa, as a business caller In Milan 'Thursday. Henry i i - Albert Biggs is quite won tae mumps. at the home of ate eoaafa, Mrs. Robert Kale. Mr. JBtoeteraa wss ea, rouu to visit his parents at Lakeneld, Miaa. 4 Mr. aad Mrs. Thomas McMieh- ael left their home la ES Moate.j Nice. tejL. juae iz. tor tae east, where; Mr aad Mra. Cvarett C " of Ctlcaxo, V . Mr. aad Mrs. F. W. johaeoa left: Albert Stoeterah of Chicaao. 111.. Saturday night for Dulnth. Minn,' stopped in Milan Monday evening eaaert, vara callers at the . RkAuUnMr home last wtek. w . vte r SterttaK. HL. vis-let the homes at Jott C- . Ited orer Suaday at the home of his; Elmer KemUe. " i , . n.r.4. Vr .nd tars. WUlbua: Mr. aad Mrs. rredlll'- T - " " , . ...... At . . laaugBcer sMBise-are bow b. t u ' tn,. rtnii and ! the homo tomerly 'dcoar' . , they win visit relatives for several j so Waldo aad John, Jr, of Rock j Mrs. Emma Dittmer, iohaau. , weeas ia Ohio and thea wui macs ; island, called on friends here Sun- f The 8Ut grade aaauaeaeesBr' a visit here with their parents, Mr. dar morn lac. : ercieee for pupils of Black I : and Mrs. J. R. McMIchaeL aad oth-. yrg. faiiy Nelson visited over and Bowling township, who i ier relatives. t snnd with Miss Edith Davis at ceesfully passed ia the meet ill; Miss Robr Merer nf Tknnmri tlw V. W. C A camu. of which : asainations, wiU bo held at tr-l Iowa, is spending the week with ! Miss Davis Is the matron. j lan Presbyterian church I . her sister. Mrs. R. Khle. . ! Charte Stemhagen. daughter,! evening. June IS, at t o'clock. V Mr. and Mrs. Nick Plank of Dav- Miss Ruth of Rock Island, and Mr. Idas numbers 19 pupils. Stoats gmrt nnz i for Cool Days New Summer Things for Warm Days . This big garment store is always prepared no matter what the season or the weather with splendid big assortments of the garments most needed. The Continued Demand for Summer Wraps finds this store splendidly prepared to satisfy any good taste and these garments are all materially reduced in price. Sport Coats light in weight and color and with just enough warmth for comfort on a cool day or evening row reduced to $10 $13.75 $18.75 ;: $25 " Longer-Coats Practical coats such as every woman and a miss continually needs for motoring, street "J and general wear now reduced to $13.75 $18.75 $25 $38.75 , Sweater Coats i - Pmf efirtAS ha Vinttwi TllToHft affoifa and smart new slip-over, models in new weaves and colorings now selling at $7.50 $10 $15 $25 Plenty of Suits Just the sort of suits for vacation trips and general wear throughout the sum mer. Navy blue serges, smart wool jersey and velour checks. $25 $38.75 $48.75 $58.75 Every Sort of Coo Summer Dress Is Here Sensibly Priced The warmer days of summer hate no tAi-mr for the woman who counts several . of these very practical and inexpensive wash dresses in her summer wardrobe. Featuring Ftmr Big Special Price Groups $5 $10 $15 $20 i Silk Dresses Wonderfully smart and good looking, now selling at a fraction of former prices. $18.75 $25 $38.75 the Skirt Sale Offers a very spe cial opportunity for any woman needing a new wool skirt, $5 $7.50 $10 White Wash Skirts So many to choose from and each style so smart looking and practical that your only difficulty will be to de termine which you'd rather have. $1.95 $2.95 $3.75 - $5 The New Smocks - Presenting the very newest of these chic sport blouses for summer wear. Gay colors and bright com binations in linene and voiles. - $1.95 $2.50 to $500 TEE BEEMVE,Bavmport Ml mm? BJ D AMU Al The Store for Evexybot&r Has for July Fourth "Old Flafc Forever" She's up there; Old Glory, Where Ushtninss are eped; She dusies the nations with ripples of red; And the 11 wave for us lMns, or droop- o'er u dead. The (tag of our country forever! She's op there, Old Glory, how bright the stars stream! And the stripes like red signals of light are agleam! And we dare for her, living er dream the last dream, -'Neath the flag of our country forever! .- , , She's up there, Old Glory, no tyrant-dealt scars. No blur on her brightness, no stain on her stars! . The brave blood of heroes hath crimsoned her bars. . She's the flag of our country forever, : Fank L. Stanton. Flags of many sizes, mounted and unmounted. Priced from 10c to $5.50. Main Floor Men s Athletic Union Suits In a Sale $1.35 Cool, comfortable Athletic Union Suits for men are made of checked nainsook. Sizes 34 to 46. In the June bales, price '11.35. Mens Bath ing Suits $1.50 to $7.50 Cotton Bathing Suits made of woven material in plain colors and assorted striped patterns are priced at $1.50 to $2.50. . Wool Bathing Suits of knitted material come in plain colors and combination stripes in red, green and blue. Some have belts. Sizes 34 to 46. Prices $4.75 to $7.50. v Main Floor Girls' Summer Dresses Special $3.95 and $5.50 For all summer occasions, pretty dresses of figured voile, lawn and organdie, in a good assort ment of. colors. The trimmings are ruffles, laces, pleatings, tucks and touches of embroidery. Spe cially priced, $3.95 and $5.50. Girls' Dresses of Voile, Organdy and Lawn Special $7.95 and $10.50 Satin striped voile, organdie and lawn, are made up in many good styles for girls. White lingerie collars, fancy buttons, tucks and hem stitching are used as attractive finishings. Special, $7.95 and $10.50. Girls' White Dresses Special $2.95 to $5.50 Girls always enjoy wearing white dresses. These are unusually girlish and dainty. White voile, organdie and lawn, trimmed with lace, me dallions, embroidery, panels, tucks and ruffles, of fer wide variety of choice. - Special $2.95, $3.95 and $5.50, Girls' Gingham Dresses Special $5.50 to $10.50 Gingham Dresses of the finer qualities in many attractive styles in plaids and plain colors. Spe cial, SJ0, 97.CS and $10.50. "The Score for Glrla," Second Floor. ' Skirts of Handsome Silks $16.50 Very Unusual at These are the skirts which are the most in demand at this season. The lovely novelty silks, exquisite in weave, beautiful in tint, have been delightfully fashioned into styles which are best liked with silk sweaters and sheer blouses. Women who examine these qualities will appreciate the great variety and the radiant colors. Ripple weaves, striped, plaid, embroid ered printed and plain effects in tan, navy, pink, gray, rose, purple, blue, white, taupe and salmon are all here as well as many good combinations. Accordion pleated styles and plain modeh finished with attractive pockets, belts and but tons make skirts that will recommend them at once to well dressed women. second Floor Friday and Saturday A Display and Sale of New Summer Hats for Every Occasion; A Wide Selection of Distinctive Models $5.00 $6.00 $7.50 Others Up to $15.00 A collection of millinery that in style and beauty surpasses any of our previous displays for the summer season. Excep tionally moderate prices. Hats of taffeta and georgette combina tions, fine soft Milans, tricolettes. The colors are white, navy and the light pastel shades so much in vogue this season. Second Floor' Continuing the June Sale of Silks In the assortments are dependable silks for all kinds of apparel grouped and . priced to make possible for you very important savings. Crepe de Chine is one of the most de sired fabrics for dresses, blouses and lin gerie. This is a good strong quality 40 inches wide. It comes in white, black, navy, pink, nile, sand, gray, wisteria, brown, old rose, elephant, plum, mauve, Pekin and steel. In such a list of colors one is sure to find her favorite. Special, the yard, $1.95. Black Messsline, all silk, a durable quality, 3 laches wide. Special, the yard $1.95. , Heavy Black Messaline, which has a soft finish and rich luster. SS inches wide. Special, the yard, $2.65. Blsck Chiffon Taffeta, suitable for skirts, suits, dresses. 36 laches vide. Special, the yard, $2.35. Plain Georgette vies with crepe de chine as a popular fabric for blouses and dresses.' k Alone or in combination with plain or figured material it makes lovely costumes, suitable for any occasion. There is a com plete color assortment of this quality, which is made of heavy, four-strand yarns, 40 inches wide.. Special, the yard, $2.63. Chiffon Taffeta and Messaline; qualities which win wear well. .A yard wide and such colors as peach, scarlet, reseda, larander, gray, nlle, fold, tsn, beaver, rose, kelly, maise, light blue. Special,' the yard, $1.35. . jt White Habutsi Silk, which washes and wears well; ; is very suitable for summer because- it is light and cool. 3$ inches wide. Special, the yard $1.50. Msln Fleer' White Canvas Pumps Special $3.85 White Canvas Pumps in Colonial style have new fashioned toes, hand turned soles, fancy covered heels and neat canvas covered col onial buckles . Special ly priced $&S. Main Fleer Middy Blouses Special $1.48 and $1.98 All girls and women enjoy the freedom and comfort of middy blouses. With" suitable skirts they make ideal costumes to wear for all kinds of outdoor summer activities at tennis, on picnics, at camp or on hikes. ' These are regulation middles of white galstea, made with braided wane, nary. red and eopea collars sleerea trimmed wiU All have Ions braid aad e ai ls the Jama Basse the prices are $1.43 .StJtV - fv'- 1 Beoond Rear