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SILK AND WOOL CREPE SMOCK
Furs From Top to Toe
THE! OH.CAGO E3L-.
LARGEST VENEER PLANT IN THE WORLD
TELEPHONE CANAL 930, 931
C. L. Willey Co.
C. B. WILLEY, President
Manufacturer and Dealer ia
FOREIGN nnd DOMESTIC
Office, Yard and Dock: 2558 South Robey Street
One Block South of Blue Island Area
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of National Repute
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Phone Central 1722 Hours 12 to 6 p. m.
For Sciatica, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Neuritis, Spinal troubles
Any Soldier or Sailor in U. S. Serrice it entitled to Chiropractic
Adjustments, Free of Charge, at this office.
Cortesi, the Famous Sartorial
Is now located at
501 Orleans Street, N. E. Cor. of Illinois
1 Young Men's and Men's Stilts to ordor. Reasonable Prices
One trial is all we ask.
f Full line of Gents' Furnishings, latest style at all times.
j Cleaning and Pressing on short notice.
A. CORTESI & CO.
Phone Superior 8761
Telephone Haymarket 108
REAL ESTATE, LOANS and INSURANCE
Office of Eagle Landlords' Association
NOTARY PUDLIO FABM LANDS
1536 West Chicago Avenue "" .
RELIANCE FUEL & TRANSFER CO.
GEO. E. OLSEN, Proprietor
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. Wc will gladly send our representative to
Phone Belmont 5939 .,, Kii
3840 Fullerton Avenue '"'.' ''
WILLIAM P. ELLISON
Undertaker and Funeral Director
750 W. North Avenue
rWPs 'J. Near Halst.d Street
i "" CHICAGO
Telephone Humboldt 9188
JOS. POLSTER & SON
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVERS
STEAM AND DOMESTIC COAL
Trunks to and from all depots
, Auto Van Service s "
2732 W. DIVISION STREET . i'n
IS tJfiflPJ W1 EHBSISjBm":
Manufacturers of ',""'
. MACARONI, SPAGHETTI, NOODLES
and all kinds of
21 48-214)8 Canalport Avenue, cor. Sangamon Street
Telephones Canal SMS, Canal SMI
LINCOLN 79 .
Hand-dyed tltk and wool erepe wat
used by the weavers for this robin's
egg green smock. It la embroidered In
yrecn, blue and rose hand-dyed wool.
NEW MATERIALS FOR SPRING
Calico Patterns In Indestructible VolU
Regarded Foremost Among the
That the uxo of Milk will prnlmlily
continue to hold Its plnco Is evident
from tin; fact Hint both the KltiKlmni
mid the cnllco print pntterns nro be
ing copied In silk, tiitos n writer hi
the New York Ilcnihl. Some of the
novelty silks are simply fiiselntitlnc
One willed dew-klst Is u roucli wnv
silk with a Krcut tloal of shimmer, and
Is carried out In blended shades ver
strikingly. One combination Is blue
and Koltl color and Is ery successful
To be poetic, It looks very much like
Miturt on rippling blue water. Kumsl
kuiiiin Is another K''oiMooklns fabric,
nllKhtly heavier than the one previous
ly siioken of, anil very much on the
A madras oropo plaid features th
patterns which we usually aasoelatt
with Klnfjhums and does It In a most
Interesting way. Tor nheer novelty
however, calico patterns In Indetnictt
bio voile must be mentioned us lit-' I
nnd foremost. The Idea Is decided!
qutilnl nnd the pntteins are still mort
so little knots of rose-colored flow
ers ou Krny backgrounds nnd other de
signs dear to the hearts of our grand
mothers. Thesu fabrics will all Had v
place In the wardrobe being plauuei'
for the South, for while sport elothot
hold first place there are other occa
slons when what might be known at
the- afternoon frock for country weni
Is nn absolute necessity.
As to the subject of colors tho most
brilliant shades will bo reserved foi
sport and the subdued shades to whlcl
Kcvcral seasons have accustomed ut
will rirnvnll fur ntlinr lii'i'llslnllH. I
Of course white, which wns creep
Ing back Into favor last season, will
still bo popular and deservedly, ns It
makes such a brilliant background foi
a touch of vivid color.
USE OF FRINGE ON A FROCK
Charming Border Treatment Is Easll)
Produced, Affording Most Clever
It took soma ono of a decidedly un
conventional turn of mind to pu
f rlngo on a frock and not urq It fringe
wise, says a correspondent. Tho re
suit was very decidedly to tho good,
and tho means surprisingly simple.
You seo tho effect was that of larg
fluffy silky -shells, nnd they mado th
most charming border treatment cvet
Tho f rlngo was treated this way:
Lengths sufficiently long to maki
generous spirals wcro cut and applied
spiral fashion with widely separate
"Invisible" stitches ulong the bordei
of the fringe, which, of course, wai
perfectly plain, neither knotted noi
twisted. After that each strand 9
tho fringe was looped, or turned undei
itself and tho, end stitched secure!
to" proSeifvo" the loop. Thus you se
the effect was a soft spiral of loops
Chentllo fringe would be delightful tc
work with this way, and perhaps a bll
easier than the more "stringy" kind
fiat is thero any rirjttotlc reason foi
not nslnj? two colorF'of fringe, del
phlno hide, for Instance, and black
SOME LAT STYLE HINTS
It Is suld tho -very litest Now Yori
fad Is dresses of sateen. They bid faff
to bo oven more popular than were
tho calico ones of last summer.1 ,
Monkey hair hats, though quft'o th
tiling In Paris, aro said to bo unbecotn
lug to ninny women, especially to thodr
with very light or grny hair.
Drowu, in a soft, dull tone, Is 1
strong rival of black for ovenlnj
frocks, Thcro Is hardly un evenlnj
frock, however, but that shows at leas'
a touch of black,
A smart now stylo Is tho sllpoi
blouse with apron front, adorned wltl
darling llttlo pockets and wrlsMcngtl
bishop sleeves set Into largo nrmlioles
- narrow sash glrdlef holds the bloust
In about tho waist.
. Sorhtf of tho new velvet stilts show
vests of fur, of tho shorter sorts, llk
squirrel or" beaver, that button' fas
ten tight up' tinder tho chin.
JOHN E. OWENS
Attorney and Ct uuelfor
III Wm W)tflil tot
Never wns such a furry winter I No
matter whether milady lives down on
the Gulf of Slexlco or up nn the Cana
dian border she Insists upon furs of
some sort and wears them regardless
of tho thermometer. One might think
wo wcro finally looking to tho Esqui
maux for stylo Inspirations, but a coal
less Paris probably set tho pace In
furs. When oven tho meager allow
nnco of conl that French women
make out with was denied them, they
enveloped themselves In furs of all
Ileal utility furs for cold climates
mnko 11 story by themselves. Thcro
nro short nnd long coats nnd coatees
of all sorts of skins from undyed
muskrat up to fine mink nnd sable.
AH tho short-haired furs are requi
sitioned for these most comfortable
garments. But the most universally
popular furs nro In smaller pieces,
wide scarfs, small capes, tingle skins
worn as scarfs nnd combination gar
ments, like enpe-scarfs nnd cape-coats
that aro having a great vogue.
A pretty capo of caracul Is shown In
tho picture here. It Is made In any of
the popular furs with good effect and
often tho shawl collar Is of u different
kind of fur than the body of tho enpe.
Upward curving scallops at the bot
tom ndd to tho gracefulness of this
llttlo wrap, tho curves gliding up at
Late Winter Hats
Here are three hats, non-commltfai
as to cllmo In which they aro to bo
worn, so that they may spend their
days against a background of palms
nnd flowers, or It In with another of
snow. Being Into winter models they
babble of spring nnd show which way
the millinery wind blows, although
thero Is not a straw among them.
Oho of these alluring bits of head
wo'tfr, calculated to coax tho price of
aiytfxtra-lato winter hat out of almost
iin6no, Is mado of crepo gcorgctto In
a' I6yety pastel slmdo of pink. It Is
a s'hhll hat, leaving tho shrifta covered
with' folds- of crepo fastened id It with
ldrigi cyd&twfse stitches of neti? ftlffr
tlft'dad. Its frtdng of black panno vel
vet rhnkes a wonderful setting for a
youthful face. Just as wo aro about
to mnko tip our minds that this Is a
spring hut" mlr eyes Igfit upon a small
cluster of velvet fruits at the front
which sets us to speculating Just put
thcro for that purpose no doubt.
A lovely black velvet hat, broad
brimmed and bordered with n frlngo of
curled ostrich, proclaims tho return of
tho most beautiful feather as a ruler
In tho realm of fashion. And slnco
black velvet makes Its appearance at
all seasons, this hnt will bo nt homo
anywhere. Every wnmnn who Is con
templating n new hat Just now will
MiWorslsy Dowlas LWorsliy
Attorneys and Counsellors
No; 111 Wett Waihuigtoti St.
f elepkoae Mala TIM
'..-. then GarfiaU 47SS
TaW te&v-V, l
each sldo until the capo shortens to
elbow length over tho arms.
Tho lint worn with this capo is a
"blue devil" tarn of satin with n band
of fur about It. Hats, neckpieces nnd
muffs to match nro very chic. Tho
chances nro If wc could seo this lady's
dress as well as her capo wo would
discover n band of fur about tho bot
tom of tho skirt for nothing could bo
smarter than fur from top to toe.
When Applying Rosebuds.
Not everyone knows the trick of np
flylns rosebud trimming on a boudoir
cap successfully; ut least when tho
ro?es nnd the elastic coincide. Thcro
nro conscientious sowers who don't
henevo In omitting n single stitch.
Their enps usually lack that easy snug
ncss, nnd tho charm of studied care
lessness. If you nro ono of those
conscientious sewers, without n really
successful cap to your credit, try tins:
Cut your silk clastic n comfortnblo
head slr.o first. Then conceal it with
tho rosebud trimming. Finally, the
trick of successful "giving" Is tho slm
plo trick of merely tacking the clns
tic In four places, equally spaced
around tho cap. '
give this Buo consideration. The big
black hat knpws nothing but vIctoFyi
Tho Inst hat Is a chcnlllo und Is
mado In many colors. It is apparent
ly knitted or crocheted a now kind
of hat an American product which
has already sailed over seas to mnko
a conquest of Kurope. It keeps Its
shapo without n supporting frnme of
any kind, and Is very soft nnd very
rich looking. Thlrt particular model
has a scarf of velvet about it em
broidered at the front with gay llttlo
flowers of chenille. Wo can Imnglno
them blooming In any quarter of tho
globo and bringing u smllo to tho eyes
that behold them.
"" "SultcJM" Dresses.
"Suttcaso" dressed of gcorgetto of
different colors uru macftf to wear with
ono slip as, for Instance, a yellow slip
which has dark blue georgette for
morning, light bluo for nftcrnooil, low
yellow, sleeveless and elaborately
beaded for evening, and yellow, with
high neck, and long sleeves, finished
with batik effect ut hem, In octagon
figures, Irregulurly shaded In yellows
Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys and Counsellor
106 North La Salle Street
R. Williamson & Co.
Washington and Jefferson Streets
Phone Haymarkct 724
W. A. Kenefiok
1121 Chamber of Commerce BIdg.
Telephone Franklin 3892
W. F. Cummings
Phone West 3232
330-332 South Paulina St.
OEORQn K. SCHMIDT
K. G. SCHMIDT H SON
Real Estate, First Mortgage Loans
Safety Deposit Vaults
1604 CLYBOURN AVE.. CHICAGO
Cor. North Ave.
John F. Tyrrell
Attorney at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
Tel. Central 4108
J. H. La Velle
Scr an J Toes.
PHONE) LINCOLN 124
James C. McSkasa
AHarnsy and Cauawslsr
Suite U, New Yewfc Life ttlklhti
M Ssh La SkHe St.