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Cortesi, the Famous Sartorial
It now located at
501 Orleans Street, N. E. Cor. of Illinois
Young Men's and Men's Suits to orrkr. Reasonable Prices
One trial is all wo ask.
Pull line of Gents' Furnishings, latest style at all times.
Cleaning and Pressing on short notice.
A. CORTESI & CO.
Phone Superior 8761
Telephone Ilaymorkct 10S
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RELIANCE FUEL & TRANSFER CO.
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PACKING SHIPPING STORAGE
We 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. We wilt gladly send our representative to
estimate cost. '
s Phone Belmont 5939
3840 Fullerton Avenue
PRIVATE AMBULANCE' FUNERAL CHAPEL
. . 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.
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Telephones i Canal 6060) Canal 601
HARMONY IN DRESS
One Shade or Color Combination
Favored by Many.
8carf, .Turban and, Bag All of th
Same Material Shoes Are Also
This business of dressing nil It
one simile or In u lmrmonlous com
hlnutlon of two colors at tlio most, oh
Bcrvcs a fnshton correspondent, Is nn
Idea Hint the vell-drcssed French
womntf Is very clever about but which
represents almost too much time fot
the averages American to devote to
Htich it purpose.
Even when the. costume was al
lowed more latitude In this mattct
the French woman had a knack of se
lecting her clothes so that they obvi
ously were meant to hp worn together
In spite of their dissimilarity.
Just nt present the scarf and ttirbnn
secm to bo demanding especial atten
tion, and an attractive way of mak
ing them conform to convention Is to
have the hat, the scarf ntul possibly
the bag all of one material. If the
shoes match either the coat or the
color of the hcarf, then nil Is well.
One young woman seen recently
carried out the Idea of matching the
costumo to the last nonessential de
tailwhether by accident or by de
sign one can only guess. Her suit,
turban and scarf were all of duvetyn,
which was of n pinkish tan' color,
called ten shade. Her shoes and
gloves matched also, and under ono
arm she carried an Important looking
portfolio of exactly the same color.
So titiusunl was tin result of this odd
costumo that sho attracted consider
able attention ns she strolled nlong,
apparently unconscious that any one
was looking ut her.
In this case the scarf and the
turban were of the samu mntcilal, and
the fact that It was hutablu duvetyn
detracted nothing from Its smart
ness. The main thing seems, Indeed,
to bu the similarity and not tlio mate
rial. Fur, bauds of fur, braiding, em
broidery, angora and quilting are nil
In use to bring the point of similarity
out. For dress affairs and Incidental
ly, for the fortunate possessors of tho
wherewithal there are the most at
tractive sets of squirrel and various
other furs, consisting of muff, hcarf
and turban, and sometimes a bag.
1'ekan, which we call fisher, Is the
choice of I'arls at the moment, and n
veritable rage for long stoles of this
fur has sprung up, although sliver fox
and squirrel have a well-established
MODISH COSTUME OF VELVET
Outfit, Particularly Original, Is Con
structed of Black Material With
Winsome Chinese Blouse.
A very original costumo shown re
cently was one of black velvet with u
Chinese! blouse. Defying almost every
preconceived Idea of what fnMilons
are supposed to be, tho most notice
able feature of the suit wns'its ex
treme chic and up-to-date air. In the
first placo It was seml-tltted, rather
more nt tho back than we are accus
tomed to seeing, mid then It was cut
exactly kneu length.
Perfectly plain mannish revers ex
tended to below tho normal waistline
and wcro bound with velvet. Not a
pocket or a slash relieved Its severe
blackness and the steoves were slight
ly wider ut tho wrists as an only con
cession to tho mode. No visible means
appeared at tho front by which to
fasten tho coat, for buttonholes or
buttons wcro absent, and the fronts
Just touched. Plain tailored suits wo
liavo had In plenty, but tho extreme
pockctless plainness of this model and
Us length sets It apart. Tho skirt was
plain and rather narrow nnd tho Chi
nese hlouso of blue nnd black was
hold, with a cord glrdlo finished with a
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This smart motor coat of exception
al design Is made of chamois cloth, cut
extra mllitalre and lined also 'with
chamois. Raccoon collar and cuff add
greatly to the general effect.
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It would not bu easy to think up
more useful "going about" garments
than the chic coats of velwt on heavy
silks, Introduced to meet the needs of
tourists nnd of tho active, up-to-date
woman of many Interests who spends
tho winter at home. Along with
these are separatu skirts of the hiirne
kind of materials. In the case of vol
et u coat and skltt to innUli, worn
together, tono up tho wardrobe with
n formal suit. Its usefulness Is wid
ened by providing n fashlonablo skirt
to be worn with blouses of various
kinds and n coat to be worn with
handsome sport skirts.
One of tho now skirts of elvet, In
compnny with n blouse of white
bntlsle, Is shown In the Illustration
above. It is In dark brown and em
ploys satin of the samu color as n
moans of neat finishing after the
manlier of this season's el via frocks.
The front panel of this skirt Is ex
tended above tho waistline to tho
width of tho rather wide hill, which
It Joins nt each side, buttoning over
satln-covercd buttons. Tlio sides of
tho panel nro curved outward to Join
the sldo seams, and Its edges are
piped with satin. Two curved, slit
pockets reveal exquisite tailoring nnd
lire an essential Item to the com
pletlon of a skirt that Is to play sev
Velvet skirts and others of broad
cloth, velours and goods of like char
acter usually have u special blouse of
georgette crepe, matching them In
color,. made to complete an afternoon
or dinner toilette. These are more or
less elaborate, according to the re
quirements and tnsto of their wear
crs. Hut these skirts arc Just as
much at home with n dainty blouse of
vollo or batiste, simply mode, such as
Is pictured here.
Duvetyn and satin aru smartly com
bined In u new frock that shows n
deep hem section of duvetyn, above
which Is satlu. There lire straps of
the duvelvvn reaching upward almost
to the waist, and they are so laid on
that they look Ilka velvet ribbon.
New Arrivals in Straight-Line Frocks
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For pioso who like tho plainest of
frocks and tho simplest of lines, above
all things, hero Is an cxamplo of lino
designing that shows how much can
bo done, with these ends In view. It
Is n frock which may bo In two pieces,
or may "not. It H Impossible to tell,
this season, merely by looking, Just
how these beautiful but misleading
garments aro made. Apparently It Is
a plain, strnlght-hnnglng skirt under
nn equally plain ami straight-hanging
over-dress which opens In a wide pan
el at tho front.
Tho voguo of the waistcoat nnd tho
vestco has saved the day for theso
puritanical frocks, that will not de
part from tho straight and narrow
paths In unswerving lines. In tho
vestes nnd waistcoats ono can In
dulge in lively color or graceful deco
ration and redeem tho frock from un
interesting severity. Navy bluo serge,
In tho frpek pictured, looks especially
well with a vestee of belge-eolored
georgette, braided fit the bottom with
navy bluo soutacho. Thero Is n small
turned-back collar of georgette. At
tho bottom of the sldo pieces In tho
over-dress hcro aro parnllel rows of
silk braid stitched on with exquisite
evenness. Thero Is nothing that In
spires admiration moro surely thnn
such perfection or workmanship.
Among Ioto arrivals In frocks thero
nro somo stunning models of trl
colotto nnd satin with long skirts nar
rowed at tho bottom nnd over these
very long panels, falling from neck to
hem, and sometimes embroidered or
covered with narrow braid, or they aro
unadorned except for long tnsscls
placed at each sldo of tho hem at tho
bottom. These may bo of silk or Jet,
and they weight tho panels sutllcleutly
to mnko them hang gracefully. Short
Chinese coats with plain necks and
sleeves that flaru nt tho hand, In fur
or fur-fnbrlc, mnko tho smartest of
new conts for outdoor wear, with theso
JOHN E. OWENS
Attorney and Counsellor
III We WKhhrlHi Stott
A. A. Worsley DouglasL. Worsliy
Attorneys and Counsellors
No. 179 West Washington St.
Telephone Main 372
Res. Phone Garfield 475S
Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys end Counsellors
106 North La Salle Street
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R. Williamson & Co.
Washington and Jefferson Streets
Phone Haymorkct 724
B lnBTn Bl.H
W. A. Kenefiok
J. H. La V.Ue
Sdr. and Ttcaa.
1121 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Telephone Franklin 3892
W. F. Cummings
Phone West 3232
330-332 South Paulina St.
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Real Estate, First Mortgage Loans
Safety Deposit Vaults
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John F. Tyrrell
Attorney at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
Tel. Central 4108
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Attorney and Counstlsf
Suite 422, New Yecij Life HulklUs
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