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Phone Belmont 513
3840 FuIIerton Avenue
WILLIAM P. ELLISON
Undertaker and Funeral Director
750 W. North Avenue
Near Halited Street
TELEPHONE LINCOLN 76!
Telephone Humboldt 0188
JOS. POLSTER & SON
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVERS
STEAM AND DOMESTIC COAL
Trunks to and from all depots
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2732 W. DIVISION STREET
Cortesi, the Famous Sartorial
It now located at
501 Orleans Street, N. E. Cor. of Illinois
f Young Man's and Men's Suits to ordor. Reasonable Prices
One trial is all we ask.
f Full lias of Gents' Furnishings, latest style at afl times.
J Cleaning aad Pressing on short notice.
A. CORTESI & CO.
Phone Superior 8761
FOULARD FOB VEST
Material to Be Favorite, Taking
Place of Fur.
Dresses and Suits for Early Spring
Wear Show Trimmings and Lin
ings of the Fabric.
Like tho well-loved perennials of
tho garden, tulips, hyacinths iiml Jon
quils, which conio hack pitch jonr to
And n Joyous welcome, writes nn nil
thnrlty, our old friend foulard will
again bo n fuvorlle when fur coats nrc
laid aside. Many of the dresses nnd
suits designed for early spring wear
show trimmings nnd linings of
foulard. A Rltujilo sport coat of blue
gabardine is given quite a (lushing
touch by Its vest of dotted foulurd
white dots on a blue ground. This
vest Is, In reality, the front of ono of
tho new long;sklrtcd peplum blouses,
which nro designed for wear with
cutaway coats of various lines. When
the coat Is removed n very attractive
foulard blouse Is displayed. The
edges of the neck, sleeves nnd the
peplum nro bound with whlto foulard.
A narrow belt of patent leather holds
tho fullness nt the waistline. Tho
coat belt Is innde of Its own inatcrlnl,
held by n sliver burklc. A stole
like collar completes the neckllno of
tho coat nnd extends In tnbs below
tho beft. Tho hat. which Is designed
for wear with this suit and blouse, In
made of thn sunt" material as the
The Foulard Vet.
blouse that Is, dotted foulard and
is faced with plnln bluo taffeta. II is
bound with dark bluo gros grain rib
bon nnd a bnnd of tho earao ribbon
tics tho crown.
COPY WAISTCOATS OF MEN
Garment! Donned by Fastidious Beaux
of Other Day Now Charming
Fashion for Women.
Waistcoats and waistcoat blouses
aro among tho newest fashions from
Paris, nnd aro ono moro of tho many
charming old-fashioned modes which
hnvo been adapted to present-day
styles. This particular fashion was
taken from tho clothes worn, not by
tho women, but by tho men of long
ngo, for waistcoats of varied and bril
liant fabrics were tho garments most
delighted in by tho fastidious bcuux
of other days.
No less varied nnd fanciful are tho
waistcoats of today. They aro made
In the must dellcato of chiffons, ns
well as In such wool materials as theso
times offer. Sotno of them consist of
n front portion of metal brocade which
sliou's only when thn cont Is open, nnd
others nro made like n blouse, with
sleeves of chiffon or crepo do chine,
and with back and front of broendo or
Waistcoats of this kind nro worn
with a suit, atul when the cout Is open
they look much moro substantial and
effective than the ordinary blouse.
Without tho cont they mnko n one
piece costume of tho suit, and one
is not aware of any lack of harmony
such as usually results from I lie uso
of nn ordinary blouse and tho suit
Rounding the Square.
In making bits of fancy work, ono
often has uso for the perfectly round
piece of material, but u pattern Isn't
always at hand, nnd guesswork Is rare
ly n success. But If you hnvo u
square to work with, or mnko a tquaro
of your material first of nil, rounding
It won't bo so difficult according to tho
following method. Fold your squnro
In halves first of nil, then In quarters,
then In eighths. Now, holding the ma
terial with tho diagonal fold to tho
right, round off tho lower right-hand
corner from a point about one-quarter
of tho way along tho diagonal to tho
lower opposite corner.
Everyday Flapper Clothes for
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The happy flapper takes no thought
as to the wherewithal she shall be
clothed and her mother Is relieved of
much responsibility ulfco. For there
Is n spcclullst for everything these
days, and the specialists In flapper
clothes have made tho most becoming
and expressive and fascinating things,
all for the little, growing bud of a
Hchoolglr), Sometimes they nro naive
nnd quaint ntul sometimes they are
boyish; mostly they bespeak the romp
ing schoolgirl, being simple and wash
able. But they do credit to the spe
tiullst, providing n vnrlety of clover
designs that suit youthful wearers
Chatnhray, glughnm.coiirso linen nnd
heavy cottons nro the dependable nnd
famlllnr materials that arc translated
into unusunt nnd Intonating school
nnd play dresses for spring. These
make their nppearanco In the depth of
winter, nt the time that these wash
goods In new styles nnd weaves nrc
(lrst presented In the shops. It Is
therefore easy sailing for mothers who
make or supervise tho tanking of chil
dren's clothes nt home. The new goods
nnd the new garments nrc before them
and there Is time for sewing.
By way of showing how attractive
the new styles are, here are two model
"everyday dresses" designed for spring.
They have plnln skirts with Jackets
that nro something between the middy
nnd tho sweater cont. At tho left the
coot, or Jncket, buttons down the front
with lint pearl ibuttons and has n nar
row hem at the bottom thnt pursues
Its way without regard to the pockets
that stand In Its pntli. There are four
of these convenient nnd ornamental
happy thoughts. Kitch lias a turnover
scallop nt the top faced with white.
The turned back cuffs are finished In
the same way and there Is on emplace
ment of whlto on the collar and two
large, flat pearl buttons on the revcrs.
Blue, tnn, yellow or pink gingham, or
linen, offer themselves ns candidates
that wilt do all that Is expected of
tliem If chosen to make this dress.
Heavy white cotton, with emplace
ments of plain chambray In n color,
will account for the slipover thnt has
so much originality to Its credit in the
dress nt the right. I'enrI buttons nnd
simulated buttonholes across the front
nro unexpected and ornnmcntnl. Tho
sleeves flare and are caught In with a
strap that actually buttons nt the
wrist. This mnkes tho laundering ensy.
The pointed turnover on the pockets Is
decorated with a button, and tliero is
a clever set-In collar In the colored
goods. Both these dresses nre finished
off with nnrrow belts of potent leather
that slip through straps of the mate
rial. They aro worn with canvas
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Since separate skirts for spring hnvo
blossomed out In airy fabrics organ
die, georgette and light crepy silks
there Is hut one character of blouse to
wenr with them. All tho signposts of
tho highways leading sprlngward point
to dainty uppnrel of beautiful tcxtiira
and flowerllko coloring. Severity, oven
In tallnred-mado things Is to bo tem
pered by tho shecrness nnd colorful
ness of fabrics. Uestrlctlons on rnw
materials nre removed nnd tho reac
tion from wartime's plain and quiet
dressing, lias set in.
There Is u great vnrlety of new
styles In blouses nnd in the materials
of which they are made. In cottons
there aro examples in batiste, dimity,
organdie, net, voile. But for every
cotton waist Just now there seem to he
two of georgette crepo such Is the
high regard In which women hold this
beautiful fabric. Waited frills, lino
tucks, Hlet and other laces sparingly
used aro tho chief items of ornomentn
tlon nnd sleeves with a fow exceptions
continue long. Tliero nre somo ex
amples in the now models that fasten
lu tho back. Tho bllpovcr styles are
well represented, nearly nlwnys fall
ing to simply slip over the head and
accomplishing their fastening lu tho
back or at the hides nnd shoulder.
A crepe do chine model to bo worn
with tailored or wash skirts appears
at the left with plaits at tho front
nnd small buttons dot on In groups.
Very small bead and embroidery motifs
at each side show the tendency to elab
orate oven the tailored waists with a
llttlo cheerful color. Tho deep cuffs,
turned hack at the wrist, Into which
tho full sleeves aro gathered, illustrate
the most popular of blouse sleeves. In
so many of the tailored models the de
signer Is of two minds apparently,
adding an unexpected touch of frivol
ity to an otherwise plain stylo, but tills
Inconsistency Is managed cleverly and
continues to bo charming.
At the right a dressy slipover stylo
Is made of crepo georgette. It fastens
along the shoulder and at one side.
Needlework and beads Join forces In
JOHN E OWENS
Attorney ind Counsellor
Attorneys and Counsellors
No. 179 West Washington St
Telephone Mai S7JS
Re. Pkoae CarfieU 4TM
T.Lphon.. 1 5W;"
1 Main 4M
Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys and Counsellors
106 North La Salle Street
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C. L. Willey Co.
C. B. WILLEY, President
Manufacturer and Dealer ia
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
Office, Yard and Dock: 2558 South Robey Street
One Block South of Blue Island Aveaa
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Tel. Harrison 1564
JONES & JACOBY
PLUMBING and DRAINAGE
426 PLYMOUTH COURT
PLUMBINO, HBATINa', CIAS FITTING, SEWERAOB
BstJmatM Furnished Jobbing Promptly Attended te
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J. H.U Veils
Scr an4 TtMa.
1121 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Telephone Franklin 3892
W. F. Cummings
Phone West 3232
330-332 South Paulina St.
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Phono Central 5501
Residence: 5833 Calumet Ave.
Phone Wentworth 8183
John F. Tyrrell
Attorney at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
Tel. Central 4108
James C. McSltant
Attsrney and Counsels'
Suite S32, New Yeefc Life MmIUbm
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