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THE! CHICAGO EIAOL.
Plumbers Lead Goods
208 So. La Salle St. CHICAGO
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Telephone llafmarket 108
REAL ESTATE, LOANS and INSURANCE
Odlce of Knglo Landlords' Association
NOTA1M? PUIII.IO TAM LANDS
1536 West Chicago Avenue
RELIANCE FUEL & TRANSFER CO.
GEO. E. OLSEN, Proprietor
PACKING SHIPPING STORAGE
Wc can move you anywhere within 100 miles from or to Chicago in
one day. High-grade motor van service. Packing, Shipping. Storage.
Phone or drop us a card. Wc will gladly send our representative to
Phone Belmont 5939
3840 Fullcrton Avenue
WILLIAM P. ELLISON
Undertaker and Funeral Director
750 W. North Avenue
Near Haltted Street
TELEPHONE LINCOLN 769
Telephone Humboldt 9188
JOS. POLSTER & SON
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVERS
STEAM AND DOMESTIC COAL
Trunks to and from all depots
Auto Van Service
2732 W. DIVISION STREET
Viviano Bros. Macaroni Co.
MACARONI, SPAGHETTI, NOODLES
and all kind of
2148-2168 Canalport Avenue, cor. Sangamon Street
Telephones! Canal 6069, Canal 6061
PLUMBING and HEATING
554 Jackson Blvd.
Private Exchange Franklin 2960
GEORQB K. SCHMIDT
PHONE: LINCOLN 126
K. G. SCHMIDT SON
Real Estate, First Mortgage Loans
Safety Deposit Vaults
v 1604 CLYBOURN AVE.. CHICAGO
Cor. North Ave.
Pinafore Sailor Is Made In Felt
and Black Velvet.
noils Up From Head Has Low Crown
That Docs Not Intcrfero With
Lines of Brim.
There la n strong tendency In Franco
to simplify street hiitu to the point of
Imro severity, und there. 1h u strong
effort hero to trim nil huts with u
eholce of buckles, ribbon, ltowers,
plumes, cords or embroidery.
The- sailor, with Its straight brim,
lms given place to n plnuforo sailor
that was launched here early last
spring, It Is now made In felt uud
blaclc velvet mill Is sponsored by the
good milliners. It rolls tip from the
head nnd has n low, crushed crown
that does not Interfere In uny way with1
the lines of the brim. This hut Is tin
trimmed, except for a crown-band of
satin ribbon nnd'ii flat bow at the
side, or rather, this Is the stylo In
which It Is advocated for street wear
and worn by welbdressed women; but
certain milliners provide Its crown
with n large wreath of colored roses
or ragged ehry.antliemums, and the
effect Is quite good, it Is then appro
priate for an afternoon hat. If n
woman likes the shape, she can In
dulge in both kinds ami choose sep
IJy the way, duplication Is a strong
point in the modern selection of
clothes. The woman who thinks sho
must have every gown In her ward
robo different from the other, would
bo aghast at the knowledge that cer
tain fashionable women are leading
the way to having live gowns inndo
for nn entire season exactly alike, and
llvo hats to go with them, exactly
The dressmakers have become- ac
customed to this Innovation during tho
Inst six months and they arc now qulto
used to It In the preparation of nn
ntttumn wardrobe. A woman comes In,
selects nn entire costume with enre
and attention to every detail, then or
ders as many as she needs for tho sen-
Pinafore sailor, taken from the pic
turesque headaear of an older age,
la kept In fashion and Is shown here
in black velvet with a band of gros
grain ribbon around the crown. The
corselet blouse of white, which is
worn over a black satin skirt, Is em
broidered In flowers of black Jet and
fastened with white crochet buttons.
son in different materials, weights nnd
colors. One woman even ordered her
four evening gowns made exactly alike,
merely changing tho color.
This Is the essence of economy of
time. The fashion was evolved out
of that necessity.
OF INTEREST TO WOMEN FOLK
Shoes and Hats Should Harmonize;
Velours Most Desired Coat Fab
ric Gowns Without Trimming.
Tho ull-whlte toilette possesses un
Chiffon evening gowns nro absolute
ly without trimming.
Wldo tucks nro seen on the skirts
of the Paris dresses.
Gnhnrdlno frocks nro belted with
narrow strips ,f suede.
Flowered cretonnes make nttrnctlvo
odd waistcoats and smocks.
Shoes and hats should hanuonlzo If
a costume Is to ho successful.
One-pieeo dresses show plain flat
backs with the fronts trimmed.
Whlto lnWn and llngerlo collars are
very charming on linen frocks.
Dresses of navy voile, printed
foulard tire trimmed with beads.
Velours, In splto of their scarcity,
tiro tho most desired coat fabrics.
Tho latest boudoir caps are niado
of organdie nnd scalloped daintily.
Among the Style Show Frocks
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Among the pretty frocks shown nt
the style show wns this ono of poplin,
Indulging In narrow bands of velvet,
nnd In plaited panels nt the back and
front. Only silk frocks can bo allowed
tho extravagance of plaits; It Is out
of the question to nllow extra quanti
ties of wool for them. This nttrnctlvo
dress has more than n generous al
lowance of plaits to Its credit, for It
displays a new management of the
bodice. For the slender woman who
aspires to wear a straight line dress but
hopes not to look angular, this Is a
model worth studying.
The bodice Is extended several Inch
es below the waistline und Is straight,
with bands of velvet that relieve Its
plainness and Improve tho figure. The
sleeves nro banded In tho snmo way
nnd finished with a velvet cuff that
is simply it wide band. The Ultlo
Jacket is plain nnd has a shoulder capo
that widens the shoulder Hues, und It
falls In n slight rlpplo over the bust
nnd nt the under arms. In other terms
It conceals tho deficiencies of tho too-
thlu figure. It Is finished with n roll
ing collar of white wash satin cut
high nt the back.
Hy the same sort of subtle manage
ment the plaits and the horizontal
bands on the wide panels of tho skirt,
(111 out the thin narrow hips and seem
to betray n curve which they really
help to make. Altogether it Is unusual
ly well designed and so simple tho
homo dressmnker can hardly fall to
make it good copy of It. Tucks or a
striped material may be substituted
for the velvet bunds. If a striped ma
terial Is used It must mutch In color
the plain goods to bo used with it.
Autumn Brims Vary.
Many of the lints for fall tire ra
ther Inrge as to brims, und no Incon
siderable number of theso models have
brims of Irregular shaping, souio In
decided pointed effects.
Furs and Fur Fabrics on Coats
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LARGEST VENEER PLANT IN THE WORLD
TELEPHONE CANAL 930, 931
C. L. WiUey Co.
C. B. WILLEY, President
Manufacturer and Dealer ta
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
Office, Yard and Dock: 2558 South Robey Street
One Block South of Bluo lalnnd Aveae
Fur fulirlcs lmvo passed the experi
mental stage and nro now as much a
part of thu winter's resources for gar
ments and trimmings as furs them
selves. They nro used ns furs nre,
for trimming cloth coats nnd for tho
body of coats that tire usually fin
ished off with geuulno fur in collars
and cuffs. Their manufacture has
reached such n degreo of excellence
that they can bear tho closest sort of
comparison with nnturol furs. When
tho question of durability Is raised tho
evldenco Is nil In fuvor of fur fab
rics they outlnst nlmost nil other
cloths and outwear tho softest furs by
Manufacturers lmvo been espe
cially successful In Imitating sealskin,
moleskin, Persian lamb, broadtail nnd
beaver. Tho moleskin and broadtail
plushes make tho richest looking coats
and nro used In luxurious wraps,
trimmed with handsonio furs for tho
dressiest wear. Ono of tho eonts in
tho picture is of seal plush with col
lar and cuffs and wide border nt tho
bottom of short-haired fox. This Is n
coat for general wear and Is a guaran
tee of comfort In the coldest weather.
It lias u plain body with u skirt por
tion plaited to It across tho back, and
n wide belt that Is tho only break In
Its long Hues.
Tho other coat Is of heavy velours,
with wldo shawl collar nnd turned
back cuffs of moleskin plush, nil In
taupo color. Kxcept for two plnlts ut
the sldo stitched down to tho hip
lines, It Is entirely plain. Just by way
of showing how expertly stitching can
bo managed the designer of tills coat
placed a small Insert of cloth under
it cut-out In the sleeve nbovo the cuff.
Its color has much tn do with tho ele
gance of this eoat und demands the
sort of designing that appears In It.
It Is it gentlewoman's coat equal to
nearly nil tho demands of tho winter
season and a ery handsome garment
with nil Its simplicity. It buttons up
the front und may bo brought up close
about the neck where the plush collar
will provo as warm us fur.
JOHN E. OWENS
Attorney and Counsellor
III West WasMngtoB mt
A. A. Worsley Douglas LWorsley
Attorneys and Counsellors
No. 179 West Washington St.
Telephone Main 3720
Rei. Phone Garfield 47SS
T..1...1. ...... I Main 90
Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys and Counsellors
106 North La Salle Street
R. Williamson & Co,
Washington and Jefferson Streets
Phone Haymarkct 724
30 N. La Salle St., CHICAGO, ILL.
W. A. Keneflok
J. H. La Velle
Saojr. and Traaa.
1121 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Telephone Franklin 3892
WAV. If. JONBS
U D. MCOOV
Tel. Harrison 1564
JONES & JACOBY
PLUMBING and DRAINAGE
426 PLYMOUTH COURT
PLUMDINO, HEATINQ, OAS FITTINO., SEWERAOE
Estimate Furnished Jobbing Promptly Attended to
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HEN you think of Life
Insurance, think of
EIL, who writes Insurance
New York Life Insurance Co.
5th Floor, New York Life Building
Lb Salle and Monroe Su.
Phone Centrnl 5501
Residence: 5833 Calumet Ave.
Phone Wentworth 8183
John F. Tyrrell
Attorney' at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
Tel. Central 4108
James C. McSkait
Attorney and Cmamls
Suite 123, New Yfc Ulo BulUkMI
19 So. La Sail Si.
Talaphona CantnU SU