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Phone Belmont 5939
3840 Fullcrton Avenue
WILLIAM P. ELLISON
Undertaker and Funeral Director
750 W. North Avenue
Near HnUtcd Street
TELEPHONE LINCOLN 769
Telephone Humboldt 9188
JOS. POLSTER & SON
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVERS
,?TEAM AND DOMESTIC COAL
Trunks to and from all depots
Auto Van Service
2732 W. DIVISION STREET
Viviano Bros. Macaroni Co.
MACARONI, SPAGHETTI, NOODLES
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Telephone!) Cnl 6060, Canal 6061
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PLUMBING and HEATING
554 Jackson Blvd.
Private Exchange Franklin 2960
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Cor. North Ave.
Autumn's "Call to tho Colors" Is
Wholo Rainbows of Shades In Great
Fashion Shows, Corrcspondento
Relate New Names.
To pnrnplirnso a much-quoted verso
Silhouettes tuny como and go, but
new hIiikIos como forever I
There nro wholo rnlnbows In tho
New Yorlc fashion exhibits, writes a
When tho wnr hegnn and wo wcro
bereft of Imported dyes tho prophets
of calnmlty pictured tho Amerlenn pub
lic parading tho enrth In stainless
white or crocky blnck, IIIco nnlmntcd
pen and Ink drawings.
All costumes wcro to bo mnttcrs
of sharp contrast nnd high visibility
and scnrlct nnd purplo wcro to vanish
from tho earth.
Lucidly their prophecies nro unful
filled nnd Amerlenn women still go nr
rnyod llko lilies of tho field, In min
now hues that stand up remarkably
under repented tubbings.
Tho American dyo makers nro tri
umphant, nnd shoppers nro no longer
warned thnt heavenly colors nro "not
junrnntccd to wash."
As usunl, tho new nutumn season Is
lo offer n fascinating nrrny of now
slmdes and of modified old shades In
brand new unities.
Dark blue continues Its undisputed
rolgn ns tho "bost" color for all pur
poses. Dark shades of bluo nro tho favor
ites, both for street nnd evening wear.
Mrs. Wilson, wife of tho president,
herself christened ono deep shade of
bluo "Liberty" nnd tho wnr has
bestowed on other dark shndes tho
titles of Morfre," "Bluo Devil,"
"I'ollu," "Pershing" nnd "Overseas."
"Cnquo" Is the romantic name bes
towed on n steel bluo thnt reflects
tho light on "tin hnt." Hesldes tho
war blue there nro wonderful shndes
called Japan blues, and ono alluringly
Purples, too, nro exceedingly good
this year, nnd all show tho bluo tints.
Their now nnmes aro "Sammy,"
"Phlox," nnd "Ynnfceo purple."
Among the browns, which rnngo
from khnkl to seal shades, nro ninny
that take golden tones.
iteds will enjoy n now vogue, but
they nro rich rather than vivid, most
of them Inclining to browy tones
Burgundy, mulberry and lobster, with
some wonderful "old" reds, such ns
Indian, geranium und terra cotta, tho
latter masked under n now uamo
All grays will bo unusually good,
oven thoso of bluish cast which ordi
narily nro reserved for tho warm bcu
sons. Greens nro to bo offered, but It li
not safe to predict their reception.
American women never have taken
kindly to green.
However, tho now ones, which hint
of brown nnd yellow, nro nttrnctlvo
nnd not so trying ns tho greens of oth
FOR STREET WEAR THIS FALL
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In selection of fall gowns ono Is at
tracted by this black satin, one-piece
street frock with braid on the cuffs
and top and bottom of the skirt.
Has Panel Down Back.
Ono of tho prettiest types of
chemise dresses has tho straight,
loose panel down the back.
Fitted Coat Bodies.
Long coats with fitted bodies aro
fuvorltes for Parts suits.
Crepe and Jersey.
A now silk weave la u combination
of crepo and Jersey.
Bends on Parasols.
Parasols aro fringed with colored
Jackets Have Waistcoats.
Every jacket now bus Its walstcout.
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In the Issue of tho Central Division
Bulletin of tho American Ked Cross of
August 28 tho following artlclo tip
pears: Women of Cheerful Disposition for
Hospital Hut Service Abroad.
Several hundred American women,
whoso dispositions nro of tho cheerful
vnrlety, are wonted for work In the
Ited Cross hospital huts In France.
Tho "cheerful disposition" proposition
is an cssentlnl requisite, for the reason
that their duty will bo to spread cheer
among tho boys who nro convalescing
nfter wounds received on the battle
field or from attacks of Illness.
The bureau of personnel of tho
American lied Cross nlready has en
rolled ICO of these workers, while 413
Is the number estimated ns necessary
to bo supplied beforo tho first of Jan
uary, 1010. Tho Ited Cross commis
sioner to France, In n cablegram call
ing for those hospital hut workers,
specifying some of the qualifications
required, suggested thnt tho women
chosen should bo thoso who nro keen
on entertainment. Lots of music, read
ing aloud, and nil that sort of thing
help tn make tho recovery of wounded
and sick soldier boys much quicker
than otherwise would bo tho case.
Everything that keeps up spirits and
turns thoughts In n channel that pre
vents one of tho bitterest of nil nil
incuts homesickness Is a godsend.
Tho American Ited Cross Intends
that there shall bo no lack of enter
tainment nnd good cheer "over there,"
nnd It Is particularly desired thercforo
that tho call for hospital hut workers
bo compiled with according to sched
ule. Thoso who volunteer for this
fccrvlco will be expected to remain
nbrond for nt least u yenr.
It Is desirable that applicants be
nblo to pay their own expenses, but In
cases of exceptional qualifications tho
lied Cross will pay living expenses In
France. Transportation to and from
Franco will bo furnished by tho Ited
Thorc diould bo no mistaken notion
that this hospital hut service is ens
work, for It surely Is not. Emergen
cies may arise which will mnko it
necessary to cull upon tho workers for
duties not on tlio program; for It It
now nn established rule of tho Ited
Cross that nil thoso accepting service
nbrond must hold themselves In readi
ness to accept nny duty which Is as
signed to them. Only those who hnvu
strong constitutions, nnd do not tire
easily and who still possess thnl
never-to-bo-forgotten "cheerful dispo
sition" nro fitted for enrollment In
tho hospital hut service. Application
should bo made to the Bureau of Per
sonnel, Central Division, 180 North
Wabash avenue, Chicago, III,
Interest In Plaids.
Perhaps It Is through tho lnfluonc
of the Scotcli kilties, who havo ap
peared at various times In our Ameri
can cities to remind us that tho kins
men of Drucc nnd Wallace aro among
our allies, that we have revived out
Interest In plaids. Perhaps It Is Just
becauso bright colors nro In vogue as
u counteractive against tho grlmness
of wnr, or perhaps It Is Just tlmo that
plaids returned to vogue they do
periodically, do they not? At any rate,
somo of tho most Interesting of the
new scpnrato skirts tiro inmlu from
Scotch plaid nnd somo of these skirt
nro made In pleated designs to curry
out tho Idea of the Highlander.
Wide Plaid Ribbons.
Wide plaid ribbons arc shown tn tho
shops. They aro especially effective
for trimming big wlile-brlmmcd straw
hats for country or beach wenr. Tho
ribbon Is simply held loosely around
tho crown of tho hat and tied In u big
loose bow nt tho edge, or near tho
edge, of tho liilui. This low arrange
ment of the bow on tho lint brim is
One-Piece Pajamas of Wash Satin
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Many women havo become addicted
to tho pnjauin habit, nnd pajnmns nro
beginning to crowd nightdresses In
tho good graces of thoup-to-dnto young
woman. Alrendy manufacturers aro
turning out a variety of them In cot
ton and In silk fabrics. They aro
mado In two pieces with more or less
fancy coats nnd jnckots nnd In tho
plain original model borrowed from
tho moscullno garment. But tho tend
ency Is away from tho sovero typo to
tho moro feminine nnd frivolous styles.
In tho picture n onc-pleco model of
flesh-colored wash satin Is shown. It
appeared nt tho Stylo Show recently
held at Chicago, nnd Its lure caused
ninny n good dollar to pass from buy
ers of nppnrcl to tho manufacturer of
this particular garment. Theso buyers
know Its luro will coax raoro dollars
i out of tho purses of dainty and luxury
I Wash satin lingerie seems nn ex
travagance, but In tho long run It can
not bo considered so. Tho sntlu
proves to bo very durable nnd tho nn
turo of this material precludes tho use
i of n lot of fragile but useless trim
linings. Hemstitching, lino tucks,
i French knots, and durable luco edg
ings provo tho best choice for trim
ming satin lingerie, and they last us
long ns tho things they decorate.
1 Tho pajamas pictured aro cut with
n kimono body Joined to very full pan
taloons held by a Hat elastic band to
tlio figure nt tho waistline. Tho band
Is run In n casing sowed to tho inside
of tho gnrment. There Is a wide
turned-back collar edged with a sub
stantial lace, which also finishes tho
short sleeves. At tho anklo tho pan
taloons nro gathered in by an elastic
band, nnd n frill of Inco falls about
tho foot, for no reason but to look
lovely. It accomplishes Its commend
Braid Much Used.
Braid Is going to bo very much used
this autumn. Thero is a real wartime
reason for this, as braid Is something
that covercth a multitude of sins nnd
makes quick work of giving a smart
ami neat finish to nil sorts of tailored
frocks, coats nnd suits. There is u
kind of double, folded brnld that may
easily bo applied to tho edge of
sleeves, tunics or skirts, giving them
a complete tlnlsh with tlio minimum ot
work. Tho home dressmnker will do
well to mnko uno of this now vcgua
for braid. Of course, braid Is not al
ways used as a labor-having, device,
for In many of tho now and smart
suits a very elahorato system of brnld
trimming Is carried out, often moro
than ono sort of braid being combined
in ono design.
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