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Undertaker and Funeral Director
750 W. North Avenue
Near Haltted Street
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Telephone Humboldt 9188
JOS. POLSTER & SON
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVERS
STEAM AND DOMESTIC COAL
Trunks to and from all depots
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LIQUORS and GROCERIES
1518-1520 WADASII AVE. Telephone Calumet 1408
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A lovely gown of pearly gray bro
caded crepe. Its Russian Inspiration
Is shown In the long straight lines
slightly drawn In by broad band at
waist. Panels are placed cleverly at
the sides, and fastened to the broad
band of sable at the skirt edge. Very
new are the pleated sleeves, finished
by band of fur, and the muffler collar
with heavy silk tassels.
COLORS THAT BEGIN TO WIN
Midnight Blue, Deep Burgundy, Tobac
co Brown and a Sliver Blue
The Mermaid Frock.
So far the buying f Kronch gowns
litis not bojiiin. They lmvo Just Btnrtotl
to innldi tholr npponrnnco from lie
luti'il shipment."' llut us fur ns tho
Aniorlnin fuxhlons lmvo rim, mid ns
fur ns the hohkoh has settled Itself
down Into n broad highway on which
wo wfll tread, the colorrf that will win
out are mlilnlcht Hue, deep Burgundy,
tolmcco brown and a silvery Unlit blue,
nssertK a fashion writer.
By tho wny, there Is n remnrknlilo
new Kown In this silvery blue. It used
to lie culled lako blue, and It inny still
Ko hy that name, for It-has a peculiar
nlilmmnr of vliltn nver It like Rlirfnco
water or fnonnllRlit. It Is worth de-
KcrlblnK In detail becauso It Is now
and most alluring.
The. gown made In It Is n mermaid
frock, niul all tho material used Is
rrlnkled Into a machine pleating that
Is finer than anything wo lmvo ever
known. It Is u one-pleoo frock, with
a skirt that ellngs to the hips, goes In
at tho ankles and kneed, then spreads
out Into u llttlo froth over tho feet
which Is kicked uslilo as the wearer
walks. There Is u round bodice, with
n round dorollelage, mid two very Hat
pieces that extend below tho glrdlo on
tho hips. Tho Hlceves uro llko fins,
very short and pointed at tho hack,
A woman with yellow hair could
wear this frock and nass for a mer
mald. The gown Is of so supplo and
transparent a te.tui Hint w Men, it is
In the hand It shrinks into nothing
ncs't llko a balloon with tho air out
Of It. l,o,,
ECONOMY IN WAR-TIME DRESS
Women of Connecticut File Report
With Council of National Defense
Showing Conservation Plan.
Tho triumphant application of war
time economy to tho dress problem Is
annomieed In u report received by tho
woman's committee of tho washing
ton, D. C, council of national defenso
from It t Connecticut branch.
Far from resorting either to bloom
ers or standardization, the woman's
committee of Connecticut recently ex
hlblted ut tho statu fair, according to
Its report, six costumes, each oiio cost'
lug less than ?.'I0 and each of which It
describes imel recommends as follows:
"Street dress, innilo on tailored lines,
to ho worn with u simple hat and sen
"A military tweed coat, which Is
". ehambray dress very dignified
looking. , k
"A calico dress. ' '
"A combination sergo and silk dress,
showing tho posslblllty-of making over
dresses mid combining materials.
"A georgette dress, suggested for n
The suggestion is also made that
the skirt of a dress of suitable ma
tcilal can readily ho transformed Into
u fault for u binall hoy.
Frocks Made In New Shade.
The bright. French blue so fashion
able for so many patriotic months lias
allowed u bit of green to sltvak it and
the tiinpiolt-o result Is enchanting, A
wool Jersey frncl: of this sh.ide, simply
Hindu with whllo collar and cuffs, l.i
American soldiers In France can re
ceive but one Christmas puckage each
this year and each package must
weigh not more than three pounds, ac
cording to regulations announced by
the war department. Hoxes for men
In the navy, lion over, may weigh twen
The regulations governing Christ
mas pnekages for soldiers have Just
been completed offer conferences be
tween tho war and postolllce depart
ments and the American Ited Cross.
"Tho men themselves will decide
who Is to send these pnrcels. They nro
now receiving Chrlstnins puree! labels
with instructions to mall these labels
to the person In this country from
whom they wish to receive the holiday
"No Christmas pnrcels will bo ac
cepted for shipment after' Nov. 120.
The cardboard boxes or cartons to bo
provided for these parcels uro 3 inches
by 4 Incites by 0 inches In size. When
packed, wrapped, and reudy for mull
ing these boxes must not weigh more
than three pounds."
The American lied Cross has agreed
to provide these curdboard Ixixcs and
to supervise their distribution to rela
tives of the soldiers who present the
proper Christmas parcel label creden
tials. The following is, nil outline of
the procedure to bo followed by per
sons planning to send, ono of these pnr
On receiving ono of theso Christmas
parcel labels It should be presented nt
tho nenrest chapter, branch, or aux
iliary headquarters of tho Ited Cross,
where the holder will receive a carton.
These lnhela nro not expected to reach
this country before Nov. 1, but by
that time each Ited Cross branch will
lmvo its allotment of boxes, based on
the number of soldiers In service over
seas from that community.
Theso boxes may be filled with nny
combination of prohibited articles, ex
cept those on the list linrred by tho
postal ofllclnls. Tho nrttcles prohibited
nro all Intoxicating liquors, nil Inflam
mable material, Including friction
matches, and any composition likely
to Ignite or explodo (clgnretto lighters
come under this classification), liquors
and fragile articles Improperly pneked.
Under the regulations no note or mes
sage or written mntter of nny kind
will be permitted to rcmnln In tho
When tho package has been pack
ed It should be taken, unwrapped and
unsealed, together with tho label and
sufficient stamps, to the nenrest col
lection center deslgnnted by the lied
Cross. After the pneknge has passed
tho Inspection of the lied Cross rep
resentatives the Chrlstnins label bear
ing the address of the man for whom
It Is Intended is placed on it. The per
son sending the pneknge, In the pres
ence of the lied Cross worker, is re
quired to nlllx stnmps, sufficient to car
ry it to Ilolioken, N. J,
Wide and Narrow Braid.
Ilrnld trimmings from the narrow
est soutache to the widest of Hercules
nro used. Ono llnds dresses covered
with wide Hercules from the hem half
way to the waist and again on the
blouse from the waist nearly to tho
undcr-arm point with u narrower
width on tho sleeves from tho wrist
to tho elbow.
The Dolman Returns.
A new winter wrnp of heavy black
satin Is mndo like tho dolmnn our
grandmothers wore and has long
monkey fur along the bottom, around
the neck and where tho slcees' would
bo If there were any. Of courso dol
mans do not lmvo sleeves.
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Just ns tho perplexed reporter of
fashions Is about to begin fo describe
somo fetching new fur garment us n
cape, she discovers that It has an In
disputable claim to bo called n scurf.
And when sho has decided that It be
longs to tho straightforward, upright
and downright scurf family, sho finds
It consorting with n belt, something
scarfs and capes lmvo heretofore not
done. Eccentric and Interesting
theso nro tho terms that belong to tho
small fur garments that have lent a
willing ear to tales of alluring camou
flage this season, They look llko so
many things wo dually lmvo to call
them by the most Indellnlto of terms
merely "garments" they nro that any
way. ' , y
Hero Is one of them which Is a capo
bo far as tho back and shoulders are
concerned, u scarf so far us the front
goes, and a Jacket, if wo take tho
belt's word for It. It Is made of Hud
sou seal mid lias a collar of Siberian
squirrel. And this Is another charac
teristic of fur giirments this season.
ITardly ono of them but has two kinds
of fur In Its make-up.
The llttlo fur wrnp shown In tho
Illustration, worn with u heavy suit,
Is warm enough for average winter
wonther mid an Ideal alYalr for au
tumn and early winter. Women wear
theso small garments with wonderful
gruco and It is no wonder that furs
have carried over Into tho Hummer
months. It Is for style and they
lmvo It that they uro so much loved.
Tills little wrap has pockets In the
ends nt the front. A muff to wear
with It In cold weather Is of sealskin,
llko It, but has no squirrel trimming.
In spite of the liking for old wrnps,
nothing equals In popularity scarf and
muff sets. Thero Is a great variety
In them und In capes with muffs to
match, nud one need never question
their good style. Hiimlsomo furs do
not need to follow fashion's whims
they uro too rich for that. -w
Fringe Is still used with distinction.
This Is u mjIo that might easily have
been run to tho ground, but becauso of
the clovernohS of the designers It Is
still u good stjle and excellent results
are still obtained with fringe of many
suits. Perhaps a mink of tho newer
iihiigo of f tinge Is this: Uneveniioss.
Fringe on the edge of panels Is so put
on that It hangs very often In Irregular
or uneven lines. Some of the new
frocks and blouses lmvo fringed
sleees, with uneven edges. Some
times, oven, the fabric of the frock It
self Is fringed out to glvo tho right
JOHN E. OWENS
Attorney and Counsellor
III West Wtshinjjfeo Krct!
A. A. Worsley Douglas LWorsloy
Attorneys and Counsellors
No. 179 West Washington St.
Telephone Main 3720
Res. Phone Garfield 475S
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Altorneys end Counsellors
10G North Ln Sallo Street
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Suit 97.2, Now York Llfo Bultilinx
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