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MACARONI, SPAGHETTI, NOODLES
and all kinds of
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Telephone: Canal SMS, Canal MU
Telephone Ilaymarket 108
REAL ESTATE, LOANS and INSURANCE
Ofllce of Eagle Landlord' Association
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. We will gladly send our representative to
Phono Belmont 5939
3840 Fullerton Aver.ue
WILLIAM P. ELLISON
Undertaker and Funeral Director
750 W. North Avenue
Near Halited Street
TELEPHONE LINCOLN 7M
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
Cortesi, the Famous Sartorial
It now located at
501 Orleans Street, N. E. Cor. of Illinois
f Young Men's and Men's Suits to order. Reasonable Price.
On. trial is all we ask.
f Pull line of Gents' Furnishings, latest style at all time.,
f Cleaning and Pressing on short notice,
A. CORTESI & CO.
Phone Superior 8761
NECKLACE IS HUGE
Ornament Is Brought Hack as a
Strings of Pearls Allowed to Hang
Full Length Instead of Being
Wrapped Around Neck.
The French designers lmvo brought
bnck Into fashion huge necklaces from
nn ornamental past. 'I hey nre not
made of Jewels, yet they nrc cost
ly, and the supply of line ones rapidly
diminishes. Once upon n time our
Indians bartered peltries for bright
heads. Such was the foundation of
some of our great American fortunes.
Today, declares n fashion writer,
there are women who eheinently de
clare that they would barter their sec
ond year fur pieces for n gay neck
lace. They sell old clothes In order
to get one of these much desired pos
sessions. It 1s the hour of the neeklnce. All
that has gone before Is ns nothing to
what now exists. And, mind you, the
necklace Is not of precious stones.
There nre few well dreed women
who wear any precious stones about
the neck except pearl. Ploniondii hold
n place with some, but they are not
considered among well dressed women
ns nn ornament of parts. Costly they
are. It Is true, nml In unique settings
of carved platinum they have their
place, but the bare, bald, crude dia
mond necklace Is n hit blatant for the
fastidious woman. She prefers penrls,
and so It seems does every other wo
man who can buy n string, from six
If the attention of the Intter class
Is turned toward the barbaric neck
Inces, It may ho that they will quickly
fall Into disuse; but one thing Is cer
tain, which Is that six dollars will go
n short vny toward purchasing one of
be rare necklaces of the hour.
An Individual designer of clothes In
New York found himself the for
tunate possessor of n half dozen neck
laces which he had seen In nn antique
shop, where they were thrown over n
string In the bock of the store. He
Immediately purchased them. Then
the French fashion found Its way
across the ocean Into America, nml tho
designer attached his necklaces to
costly gowns, either at the neck or nt
tho wnlstllne, and they added to the
price he nsked for the garment.
There Is nothing fastidious or deli
cate nhout the new chains; thev are
ns heavy In nppenrnce as medieval
armor. They are made of great rings
or long, oblong links, nnd the plnque
or medallion In which they end looks
Uko n Jnpanese crest. It Is ns full of
"olnr nnd ns mnsslve as tho Egyptian
lewelry of other centuries.
All of these new ehnlns nre short.
The big, carved medallion rests on the
bust. They do not reach to the waist,
which Is the deslro of the precious
toncs. The womnn who owns a mor
velous string of pearls now lots It
'mng to Its full length, you know, In
stead of wrapping It-nround her nock
novernl times, In royal fashion.
A red organdie untlersllp may bo
worn under n palo pink dress of tho
A hlouso of cream-dotted not Is
chnrmlng when trimmed with plati
num gray ribbon.
A dress of brown silk Jersey may ho
collared hut not cuffed with palo roso
Whlto Bilk braid nnd black Jot beads
mako charming trimming for a slraplo
crcpo do chlno.
Evening clonks nnd olnbornto even
ing gowns nro made with tho now
dropped shoulder lino.
In tho evening ono mny wenr a hat
of whlto clipped henvcr, banded with
white grosgraln ribbon.
An afternoon dress of gray nnd red
brown marquisette, trimmed In red
brown satin nnd crisp white organdie,
Is tightly draped nnd pulled around
tho pnkles to fulfill tho effect of taper-Ing.
Ch SMOCK OF WHITE LINEN
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This smock of white linen which Is
embroidered In attractive shades of
blue, brown, yellow and red, Is of the
latest design and Is a good-looking and
comfortable early morning gown.
JOHN E. OWENS
Attorney and Counsellor
III West WMMniHi rtf
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Pajamas, of suveral sorts, for young
girls, have gained ground In the es
teem of these discriminating nnd de
termined young persons, and It looks
ns If night-dresses nre to be rele
gated to second place. We nre nil
compelled to concede that negligees and
night clothes In which trousers sup
plant skirts, hove Introduced n new
order of fascinating dress for the
boudoir nnd have other charms than
that of novelty to commend them.
Now that the time has come for the
annual replenishing of lingerie In the
wardrobe, It is a good Idea to look
Into nil the new materials and styles
that January has to offer. As much
care nnd thought nro given to design
ing beautiful under-musllns, negligees
nnd nil sorts of lingerie, ns to any oth
er npparel, nnd ono might ns well bo
up to date In making these garments
ns to linger behind the times.
Thi" very simple pajamas shown In
tho picture arc in one piece, with
short kimono sleeves, lound neck nnd
full trousers. The trousers are gath
ered In about the ankles so that n
quaint, wide frill finishes tho bottom
of the legs. Thin, soft cottons In
light colors, or In white pin stripes
In colors, are used for lingerie of this
kind, nnd plaited frills, bordered with
n plain and sometimes contrasting col
or In the same mntcrlal make the best
sort of trimming for them.
Fine pink or flch-colored batiste,
with lace or any other of tho pretty
finishing touches used In white lin
gerie, Is Just now hnvlng n great
vogue. Tho story of undergarments
wns never more Interesting than It Is
now. After war economies, women
nro Inclined to the fanciful In dress,
nnd nro Indulging their fancies with
out stint In tho matter of lingerie.
Little Miss Winter in Clothes to Match
II fill jJmlfMm
While there nre ftlll threo months
which cnll for warm wraps In most
purts of the country Interest In win
tei clothef will soon give place to
consideration of clothes for spring.
Thlp Is particularly true of children's
In the plcturo above styles for lit
tle Mis? WIrtor make their going
awny bow. The plcturo Is n portrait
of n little girl In it velvet coat, with
muff and hat to match, and any little
girl who Isn't already provided with
an outfit for winter, may tnko advan
tage of this elothes-to-mntch Idea. It
Is a reflection of the styles for grown
peoplo In which matched sets, ns hat,
neckpiece mid hug, or hat, cont and
mum mado of the same materials,
lmvo proved so smart. There Is a
vogue for them.
These velvet coats for little girls
nre mndo In several colors, thoso for
tho smaller girls often In roso blue,
light green belgo or ton, while those
for girls of eight and upward nro In
darker nnd quieter tones, ns beaver,
brown, dark blue, dark green and tho
dark purplish reds.
Tho velvet coat pictured hero
hangs In straight lines with tho full
ness nt the top gathered to a shoulder
yoke. Tho collar and, cuffs nro of
beaver fur. A small, melon muff Is
mndo of tho same velvet as tho coat
nnd has n narrow band of henvcr
about tho center. The big, crowned
lint has an air of much Importance
but ribbon ties at each sldo glvo It
n baby-bonnet touch to suit tho lit
tlo wearer. Tho soft, upturned brim
has small needlework squnres set
about It and n narrow bnnd of fur
renlly caps tho climax In this nm
bltlous little performnnco of the
styles, Tho muff hangs from the
neck with n heavy silk cord and
"safety first" requires that It be pro
vided. Unless they aro unusual, win
ter styles cannot expect to commnnd
attention. This hist word In outer
clothes for little girls proves to bo a
most Interesting finale.
LARGEST VENEER PLANT IN THE WORLD
TELEPHONE CANAL 930, 931
C. L. Willey Co.
C. B. WILLEY, President
Manufacturer and Dealer ta
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
Office, Yard and Dock: 2558 South Robey Street
One Dlock South of Bluo Island Areac
R. Williamson & Co.
Washington and Jefferson Streets
Phone Haymarkct 724
W. A. Kenefiok
J. H. La Veil.
Scr. and Tr.u.
1121 Chamber of Commerce BIdg.
Telephone Franklin 3892
W. F. Cummings
Phone West 3232
330-332 South Paulina St.
QCORQE K. SCHMIDT
PIIONCi LINCOLN 12
K. G. SCHMIDT &. SON
Real Estate. First Mortgage Loans
Safety Deposit Vaults
J 1604 CLYBOURN AVE. CHICAGO
Cor. North Ave.
A.A.WorsUy Douglas LWoistiy
Attorneys and Counsellors
No. 179 West Washington St.
Telephone Meln 372
Re. Phone Garfield 475S
Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys rnd Counsellors
106 North La Salle Street
John F. Tyrrell
Attorney at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
Tel. Ce tral 4108
James C. McShane
Attorney and Count.)
Suite tU, New Yevfc Life Buikltai
St So, U Selle St.
TUhoo Centre! Ill
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