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UV if r i It- 7 e Mm Lz2s Co nZm. , to 11 A JaU--.J V.fie i i 'ra ft8" pw ) r toM Kfforte to ' v tor the Baa Freacleeo en- led tma imtailaMfwfrtt Ike feet that the Mmmt Aio. to McAdoo hod failed k rallying point, or to w- m Itt enemies oeciarea. Txettini m attll. there, ' iwir formlieMe , propor- LVhflo It did not Ha to of . m guu for beating McAdoo, It eontraoed to occupy poel- BS UX VUAUVW Mil w uw i -we4 00 . the ltnatlon lay for the -srtV to take It up and fight M tat hi the battle of he ballots It is resumed. : Ho leldM Authority. ' - Vu asnslderatlon which seemed ri Mte It difflcnlt for the antl- ficatioa of JSO IDrCM w uui pruarsn y m gpji uov warn hv w .m.w , . . nf hfa noaltlon tav di- f1 i methods, bat none of the men , fi deergs of hli campaign had any -ferity and there waa nothing to . rwed him in the way of a 1M that would Interest him. The LeidsO appeal was lousy oeing ai kits, r tt xziilzUix wmjt tto lsse-4ry.Jae.os rr. iryr wtrll-K r rvu.iL. fit ccxve i iUmL lie had aooiothlug to any fcr the UarM oOtotioM progress of iatt ttt! j wfea rss mt w ho OTMj Oat ttto U L-!y Ued wfci the preeUeat at taw Jacksea day dinner in Waehiagtoa to oat going no straggle that ended yee terday In i weeping Yictory for too president. " -; -- . He paid toTteh tribute to Mr. WUaon'a place in history and his leadership; ho talked foreafallr of three lesser Issues ho had brought to the contention for dadatotj hot tt was the dry plank on which ho had staked every vestige of mag netic power oror means his heart poMesaed. ';Swpi.lieWjC-l'" In the 20 minutes of dramatic ap peal which closed his crusade, ha reached new heights of terror. His audience waa awayed until tt seemed that he played 1 apoa Its emotions at wilL When ha hnrtod his toot defiance at the liquor traf fic with a prediction that whoa the Tell was torn aside, when the wo men of the nation were given full I yvuuou nuoriy urongn uo lu- ucBuon oi ue sun rage amend ment by another state, they and their children would be found bat tling for their cause he cham ploned, a great shout went surging np Into the vaulted dome of the roof In an endless sea of aOnnd. It urged into action Texas dele gates who pulled the state standard from the floor and Aramm thpnnvti new ergw "- " M aisle to the platform, a score Tori, Pennsylvania and Illinois, f state standards Joined to form a ad aach missionary wor wu oo- bedge along the platform front. A battle was fought around the Call- the . greatest lae-eeae. , New York was tmhlina block. skadoo supporters In the New Tort delegations, said to number aiywaers from IS to 30, did noth ing to the opening ballots to an tagonise Tammany leaders. Tbsy voted solidly tor Gorernor gotta. This situation. It was pototsd out, gave all outside ap pMraaces of Murphy being in con trol Another consideration being cap italised by the McAdoo supporters was that Sunday and Monday are BOlidays and the tired delegates to start home. To Stick for "Mae." A group of McAdoo delegates, dechrstlons by McAdoo supporters, to represent more than enough to HHtB'i pledged tnemseives to ete indefinitely for their candi- ua, regardless. ( Retarding the early hours, there Van nan)' reports as to what cer iila deler-ites would do. One of thSM was that the Georgia men wkkt leave Palmer In a ballot or tee sad go to McAdoo. Another vat that Nebraska would give four or tve votes to Owen, and the re ntisder to McAdoo. Virginia, it was said, would stick tor Senator Mast tor a while, and then swing to the McAdoo column. flute delegates were talking of , Int making a drive with Palmer sad with Cox. Illinois "wets" were ojoslderrag trying out . Cos if 'fiimert chances appeared hope )aa New Jersey and Indiana. del- Mates, it wss said, also were con- V Uvlif rnlnv lnnr with th. PnT Sroeenlon. Bryan Pathetic Figure. IVUte with fatigue, wet eyed M emotion, deafened by the roar if tribute of thousands, William . iennlngs Bryan, last night stood f estore the convention at a new ; erasing in his quarter century of I - pabUe Ute. Buent with sober eyes, his heavy Igsre In wrinkled black alpaca jtnder the merciless glare of the Spotlights, he heard a sonorous aaeras of "Noes," one by one, strike down the issues he had raised, i Bat there waa no gainsaying the leaeJnenese of the tribute he re attret even In defeat It was given to-the man with utter abandon, nhout aid of band or pipe organ Jr other trappings of organized po ntics! demonstrations. It sprang from the galleries, the voteless Inltttade that made the moment ns own and swept into tumult of ta admiration for the man. But hart were others who sat unmov Ji They formed a solid block in tt'osoter of the floor about which m asa of sound and feeling rted tasSedSd and Tn u Rrnn vratfh. 5 toe Nebraska standard thrust to him from below and lifted Mgh on the apeakers' stand, it tot have been given to a wisdom "VW nis long political career .y man, who was the center 9 toe great scene, to know that J vet admiration, not agreement as awved the people; that de- apt victory awaited him. JbM to Life effort the moment when reading 2 toa platform waa finished and Jook the stand amid cries of Ju, Bryan, Bryan," to present ?5J for hlch he proposed agat the old leader waa keyed T frott ot Ufa- Against IT anew were giants of de aw, For that reason he divided TV swiftly presenting the T"" of his case then yielding fornla standard and It waa smashed to fragments. A woman delegate from California finally waa car ried up to the speakers' stand wav ing frantically a tattered remnant of the state emblem. Another wo man, dressed In white and with a drum alunk to her aide waa lifted to the Breakers' table, and this waa the only sign of a pre-arranged ef fort at a demonstration. tt.Ul torr.ii, y of t nvU to rut Cm sasrsa. I M t ovty 02 to aweQ ap again, lesin nCir CMat Oat the gal- Mrua womM ae etoarea, hcldgo Oolhy. 00001017 of rose to aaawov tor the uom os the leagi CooL anhanied to dent WtUoas spna-sssa an atrack at i at Dm emotional ouaUtlea la the appeal Mr. Bryan had made. He ilaaad the groat effort or the Nebraakaa on prohibition almost without BoUfe, approached his ownJ topie wRh lightness of towen that brought laughter at time aad with I animate skill somaht to turn aside the rush of feeling Mr. Bryan had counted upon. He also waa ac corded a reception aad a demon stration this time with the noise aad cheering supported by bead aad organ, bat the crisis waa over. Glnae r01a 1m." It hardly Beaded the effort of Senator Glass aa platform commit tee chairman to assure the fall and complete victory for the adminis tration forces aad thai committee draft platform, which followed. Even the crowds la the galleries appeared to expect it, for despite the tribute It had paid Mr. Bryan, a chuckle of amusement sad a spatter of hand-clapping greeted the volley of tremendous "noes" which sent the Bryan plank to defeat The vote on the dry plank waa overwhelming, a roll call having been demanded by Mr. Bryan, and It went down with almost S to 1 against It In the succeeding votes on his proposals, the thunder of the negative almost blotted from memory the fact that a scattering, feeble murmur of "ayes" had pre ceded It In every case. Tears Sparkle In Eyes. Mr. Bryan came again and again to the edge of the stand, to wave to the crowd below. His face wa shining and the spotlights made the tears that rolled slowly over the deep furrows of his face sparkle i like jewels. He was moved deeply and showed, but his eyes went al ways toward that silent sitting group of delegates which yielded no Jot to the tide of the feeling thit 777 J HvArrs Mte la L tntmmtm-KtLMCZKMA. Kilt QWORM, TBTTBS!r etawttewae iMeSb Tf7 IS mm kas el m W aaNaoToirs oaca STomsv : "THE FOR BLUEBIRD HAPPINESS ' V 23c Percalet, 23e ; I lew yarda St Inch percales ta J I atrlpea and figured pat- I' X teraa. Electric Maw - 1 45c Dress OA Gmgliaiiis-1- XI Inch drees ginghams In plaid aad stripes. i d TUESiDAY 1 iill Tuesday begins a new week for the Seat July Clearance at The Big Store n tK CVirnMr.! -iThut nartial - XvA of 'Blue Bird Specials" will be offered all day Tuesday and until 1 2 noon Wednesday. Many other items, not adver tised, will be in store for those of you who "Let the Blue Bird bring you happiness." . " This Store Qoses at Noon Wednesday's during the summer months Shop Tuesday-or Wednesday Morning TV v TORE CLO; D 9 1 was Said: A girl and a man sat under the palm Just outside the ballroom. "Is your love true?" asked the girl. . "As true," the man answered. In low, passionate tones, "as true as the delicate flush on your cheek." ' "Oh er ah," the girl stammered hurriedly, isn't doesn't the band play nicely?? Camouflage may be alright In Its place but It haa no place In this store you'll find our quality true to stand ard and that every statement regarding our merchandise, prices or service made by oar salesman or In our adver tising can be depended upon. Our policy la to adhere strict ly to statements made and to aee that every promise is fulfilled. ' ' Yon take so chances when you boy your hardware needa here. -.? ., r McKINLEY HARDWARE CO. 227 18th Street II U VAILOSDn KODAK nZOSBIllO Oat Seerialty. EaAeotOraaaof WorkSw ta th ifiddl WmL Mount Prkeo aad OSsreieaSaTOWlsaMTCTylMaT "Si DOCK ISLAND BANKS WILL BE m CLOSED NEXT MONDAY, JULY FIFTH BEING A LEGAL HOLIDAY. nnrnninrmfininnninii ;Rock Island Clearing House Ass'n MONDAY t JULY 5th The Young and McCombs store will remain closed all day Monday, July 5, that all may properly ob serve Independence Day. avto 10c Shoe Polish, 3c "Bun Frog" paste shoe polish for tan or. brown shoes. Regular 10c sixe tins. Limit two to a customer. Women's Bathing Suits, $5.65 Fancy bathing suits in a broad range of col orings and colored stripes. Woven of fine wor sted yarns in popular styles. Slightly Imper fect. The regular price la $8.60. 75c Children's Silk Lisle Hose, 49c Children's fine mercerised lisle ribbed hose double knee, heel and toes, in black and white only, 76c values when sold In the regular way. 75c Children' Untonsuita, 39c Children's fine cotton unionsuits, wing sleeve, cuff knee in ecru or white. Our regular 76c quality. Wash Skirts, $2.95 Wash skirts in light stripes and checks, skirts that are slightly soiled from display. These skirts sold at from $6.50 to $7.50. This lot consists of Just 16 skirts. Men's $1.00 Silk Hose, 59c Navy blue with neat clocking design. Men's fibre silk hose of a quality made to sell at $1.00. Not more than one pair to a purchaser. ' $2.00 Women's Novelty Silk Hose, 89c Women's silk and fibre novelty silk hose la . the new fancy lace stripes lisle garter, welt,' linen heels and toes, $2.00 values, priced at S9e for Blue Bird Special. $1.25 Women's Lisle Union suits, 69c Women's lisle unlonsulta with shell or cnfl knee, tailored or bodice tope In flesh or white, $1.25 values at the regular price. Jap Silk Waists, $1.95 Another shipment of 10 assorted stylos la Jap silk waists, the $3.50 quality In short and long aleevea, colors In flesh, maize and white, lace and embroidered trimmed. Women's Bloomers, $139 ' 1 Made of novelty lace striped silk mult These have elastic at knee and waist, and fin ished with lace trimmed ruffle. Regular price Is $2.25. I - 1 II E Ml IV I, .Lti Jr- nil $1.50 Strap Purses, 89c Genuine leather, strap back purses, equipped with purse and mirror, all silk lined. Regular $1.60 values. Stamped Rompers, $1.69 Ready made rompers In fine repp material, all stamped ready Tor embroidery, sizes 2 and 3 only. Our regular price is $2.35 on this lot of children's rompers. Boys' Muslin Gowns, 95c Heavy quality gowns for boys, with pocket and braid trimmed yoke and front Regular $1.25 value, sixes to 14 years. Voile Blouses, lz Price For Blue Bird day only we will offer about 25 fine voile blouaea in long and short sleeve with val lace and embroidered fronts, values that sold at from $3.50 to $6.00. 10c Toilet Soaps, 2 for 15c Jap Rose. Olivilo, Creme Oil, Klrkolive and Cocoa Hardwater Castile. Not more than four cakes to a customer at this price. Safety Pins, 8 Cards for 25c "Worloe" safety pins, nlcle plated, 12 on a card,' assorted or solid sizes, regular 6c quality. Boys' Blue Chambray Shirts, 89c 25 doten boys' blue chambray shirts with collar attached, reinforced seams and sewed cuffs, regular $1.25 value. Sport Hats, $3.95 About 25 sport hats In new and bright sweater colors in hemp straws and ribbon hats wih hemp facings. Hats that sold tor $7.50, $9.50, $10.50 and $12.50. Crystal White Soap, 4 for 23c Not more ban four to a customer. Crystal White, the well known family soap, 4 bars for 23c. 20c Chinaware, 5c Assorted lot decorated dinnerware, tea cups and saucers, sauce dishes, etc Slightly damaged or Imperfect. Former price 20c. While the lot remains, Ec each. Men's 75c Belts, 39c Tan, grey or black leather belts In a good range of sizes. Our regular 75c belts. Onlr one to a cus tomer. , 25c Talcums, 10c Page'a Corylopsis, Wisteria, Rose and Borated Baby tale, Imperial Violet and Rose. Large size tins, limit two to a customer. Note Books, 2 for 7c Stenographers' and reporters' note books, smooth finish, red ruled paper, regular 6c value, limit four to a customer. Infants White Dresses, $1.29 A selection of Infants' long and shor dresses tn 6 month and 1 year sizes, with fancy embroidered and lace trimmed yokes, also val lace trimmed flounce. Crepe Gowns, $2.49 A selection of five pretty new ' styles In crepe gowns in white, flesh and white and blue dots and other shades. These gowns are slip-over stylos and are regular $3.50 values. Tennis Rackets, 75c Imported tennis rackets, nearly full size and of good construction. These are made to sell at $1.25 regular. Silk Oxford Laces, 22c White, brown, black and cordovan silk laces for men's, women's, misses' and boys' oxfords. On sale In our shoe department. A Double Event for Tuesday and Wednesday Morning AND OUR GREATEST ANNUAL L'WMIMIHWtmmttlHUMHIIHItMinmillllUHIHtHtt S3c Printed Voiles, 39c Light and dark colorings, 40 Inches wide. Pat terns suitable for summer dresses, waists, smocks aad dnaatng saequee. ' 48c Long Cloth, 33c M inches wide. Foe quality long eloh, an (deal fabric for lingerie wear. Our regular 48c quality. . 25c Jap China, 15c Decorated Jap china, bread aad butter plates. dishes, etc. Choice of the lot at 15e each. On sola la our basement 4 n