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News from Chicago's Smart Set
and Items About Prominent
Among thoso who will pass tlio
spring in California and tho south
aro Mrs. Dornard A. Eckhart, in Los
Angolcs; Mr. and Mrs. John J.
Mitchell an'd Miss Loulso Mitchell,
who leavo early next month (or Pasa
dena; Capt. and Mrs. Francis J, John
son, who aro at Coronado Dcach; Mrs.
William H. Mitchell, Mrs. Arthur Ac
ton and Mrs. Marguerite Mitchell
Sheriff, who loft Tuesday for Pasa
dena; Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Kim
ball, who will leavo for California
early In February, and Mr. and Mrs.
Potter Palmer, with their family, who
are to leave shortly for Sarasota,
whero thoy will Join Adrian Honoro.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Hutchinson
will go to Phoenix, Ariz., noxt Satur
day. Mrs. Lloyd Canby of Wlnnotka,
with her daughters, Is at Pass Chris
tian; Mrs. John P. Wilson, Miss
Martha Wilson and Mrs. William II.
Dickinson havo loft for Pasadena, and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles II. Acliart aro at
Early noxt wook Mr. and Mrs. How
ard F. Ollletto will dopart for Miami,
Fla., to romatn until early April.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Hyerson
expect to accompany Mr. and Mrs.
Charles L. Hutchinson to Chandler,
Ariz., within tho fortnight.
During tho noxt few weeks Chlca
goans proceeding to Ormond, Fla., will
Include Mrs. Frank Townloy Brown,
Mrs. W. W. Qurloy and hor daughter,
Miss Helen, and Mrs. Frank O. Wot
moro. Mrs. Orvlllo Wctmoro Is In
San Antonio, Tex.
Early noxt week Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward A. Cudahy will dopart for Now
York city. They expect to rojolu
their son, Capt. Edward A. Cudahy,
Jr., who Ih on route homo from overseas.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Hurloy, Jr.,
will pass a portion of tho winter In
Mcsslngers restaurants which can
bo found all ovor tho city aro very
popular with everybody. Thoy aro
clean, wholesome sanitary and bright.
Tho food is of tho best quality and
tho scrvlco Is excellent.
Henry Stuckart will bo nominated
for City Treasurer by tho Domocrnts
Alderman Walter P. Stoffen of the
Twenty-third ward, Is making a good
record In tho City Council. He Is one
ot tho-coming mss.e! Chicago and the
pooplo aro pleased with him.
Tho Oliver typewriter Is praised by
all who havo used It.
Clnronco S. Piggott stands high at
tho Dar and Is rospoctcd by tho peo
ple Ho will bo a Judgo somo day and
In tho near futuro at that.
Mon of ull parties favor tho election
of Georgo n. Holmes uh Municipal
William II. Rold, tho City Smoko
Inspoctor, is ono of tho most popular
mon In public life. Ho hns a big fol
lowing and Is coming to tho front
rapidly In Itopubllcan politics.
GEORGE R. WALKER
OmOli BolU MI-SI, til N. Dearb.ni ft
BSS.t tIS Bast eta Street
OSIes, OaaUsi SS1S Res., KeaweeS 7II
John F. Tyrrell
Attorney at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
Tel. Central 4108
James C. McSlttse
Attorney and Counselor
Suite S23, New Yeefc Life BulklsK;
M So. La Sale S.
Teteaheae CeaUeJ III
Earliest Arrivals in Spring Suits and Dresses
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The curliest nrrlvuls In suits and
cont-drcsses arc, like the first robins,
appearing In scnttcrcd groups and
glimpses, but aro harbingers of charm
ing Hocks soon to follow. Thoy aro
rather tentative as to line and silhou
ette, their motto nppurently being
"When In doubt choose straight lines."
Therefore there uro more straight-lino
models than nnythlng else. Designers
may have been watting for n lust word
from Paris before launching their ear
liest creations; If so that lust word
wns the long-walstcd blouse; u Paris
Ian fancy that results In an oblitera
tion of curves. Along with It caino
lengthened tunics, straight around the
bottom, and a variety of Interesting
sleeves having generous and extraor
dinary cuffs, and mostly cut In tho
fashion shown In tho sleeve of tho
suit Illustrated above.
Tho straight-lino suit Is a safo cholco
because women do not confine them
selves to ono or two styles or to ono
or two silhouettes any moro. The
straight-line dress Is always smart.
One can wear It with confidence and
assurance, as Is tho case with Hussion
blouso models. There Is not a chance
that nil the new suits will keep to tho
straight and nnrrowiwa;r'of tliowo first
arrivals, but however devious their
ways, they will not be moro attractive.
There is u chic slendcrncss which tho
straight-lino Insures to the flguro of
The suit pictured might bo of Jersey
cloth or of some member of tho trl
colctto family of new weaves, or of
any of the lighter weights and supplo
wood fabrics that Insure graceful pli
ancy. For decoration the coat turns to two
bunds of long and short stitch em
broidery In silk of the samo hue as the
cloth It adorns. Ono of these bunds
Is narrcwer than the other and two of
tho nnrrow bands call attention to the
up-to-dateness of tho sleeves. The
skirt Is without decoration and as In
nocent of curves as a section of a
smoke-stack. No sort of ornamenta
tion Is better liked on suits and dresses
than embroidery of the sort shown In
this suit. It Is made up merely of
Irrcgulnr lines and docs not even hint
at portraying anything In nature. Im
agination may translate It Into some
thing that pleases tho eye, but how
ever formless, It pleases the eye so
emphatically thut It Is used on gor
geous evening gowns, elegant aft
ernoon frocks and on unpretentious
suits an well.
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Simple Methods of Cleaning Laces.
Styles for spring, In blouses and
sheer frocks, show n return to hand
sowing and to hand inuilo luces
known us "real" lace and thus distin
guished from machine made luces,
Somo machine made luces do not suf
fer by comparison will the hand made
nrtlclo and both varieties aro worth
caring for. Ordinary Inunderlng Is
out of the question for them; they
must be handled carefully. Now that
tho touch of real luce Is a mark of
style and of distinction In dress for
spring, valuable heirlooms will either
have to be sent to tho cleaner or
cleaned nt home In order to renppear
in mlludy'u outtit for tho new season.
Laco should bo soaked before It Is
washed. Prepare tho water for this
soaking by adding a tcaspnonful of
borax to every two cupfuls of boiling
water used. When tho soiled lace bus
soaked a few hours or overnight In
UiIh wnter It will wash easily,
Mako u lather of hot water and any
good soup. Tako tho luco from tho
water In which It bus been soaked and
pluca It lu tho soupy water, Muicczlng
it, as If It wcro a sponge, until It is
clean. If tho wnter becomes very dir
ty prepnro u fresh supply and squeeze
the lace In it. Then rinse In cleun
cold water until all tho soup Is re
moved. If after this process tho luco
Mill has a grimy look It may bo boiled.
To boll luco put It In a Jur and cover
It with cold water and pour Into this
water a llttlo melted whlto soup. Stand
tho Jar In a suueepan with wuter
enough to half cover tho jar, put tho
lid on the pun and boll for two hours.
Lingerie laces may bo Ironed by
pressing them under u thin clean mus
lin unil llnally pulling them out with
tho lingers. They must bo thoroughly
dried by Ironing or they will roughen
up uftorwnrd. Ironing will servo for
tho heavier and sturdier luces but
somo flno and fragllo varieties aro
washed und dried by the following
Wind tho soiled luco round a good
sized bottle, and then cover tho bottlo
with thin muslin, tacking It on. Fill
a kettlo with cold water, shaving Into
it u good-sized pleco of whlto simp
und placo the bottlo In tho kettle. Boll
for an hour. Pou? off tho soiled wnter
and add fresh, repeating the process
until tho water remains clcur. He
tiinvo the bottlo and rlnso in several
clear cold waters. Tuko off tho mus
lin und let tho lace dry on tho bottlo.
If u llttlo stiffness In tho laco Is de
sirable, ill) It In skimmed milk. Then
fold tho luco In u damp cloth until
ready to pin out.
Lncu may bo pinned nut on an Iron
ing board or on a wooden drum which
Is first covered with cotton wadding
and over that with whlto muslin. Pin
tho luco nlong its straight edge, sot
ting tho plus closo together and at
equul distances apart. Then pin out
each plcot separately. If tho laco
dries before It Is nil pinned down,
dampen It slightly. Use nnn-rustable
pins, choosing lino ones for tiny plcots
und larger ones for heavier laces.
When laco Is old or fragile, or very
much soiled, It should bo soaked for
several hours lu pure olive oil beforo
To Look "Paintable."
When a womnn wants to look
"pulntnble," which Is thu artists' word
for picturesque, sho wenrs blnck vel
vet. No texture holds such charm of
color In Its weave us velvet. It drupes
Into exquisite folds, softens every lino
of tho body and enhances every con
tour of thu face. A beautiful com
plexion finds Its most effective foil lu
velvet. Itlaclc is tho most popular
choice of tho picturesque velvet gowns
which uro seen on thu most stunning
ly dressed women. Next In fnvor
conies brown with a running to sent
mid occasionally golden or tobacco
brown. With n brown Miado of velvet,
kolinsky trimmings uro very much
used. Tim golden brown tones of this
fur merge beautifully Into tho shadows
of tho velvet.
Black In Lingerie.
Now French lingerie hns In most
Instances a touch of black, either in
laco or ribbon, and ninny striking und
unusual colors und color combinations
add Interest to the latest creations.
Somo ull-bluck sots aro to bo seen.
JOHN E OWENS
Attorney and Counsellor
III We Washftglti StoK
A.A.Worsley Douglas LWorsliy
Attorneys and Counsellors
No. 179 West Washington St.
Telephone Main 3720
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Attorneys and Counsellors
10G North La Salle Street
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