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TH OHICAGO E &
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Pure White Lead
A Pure White Lead
of National Repute
CORRODED BY THE
Old Dutch Process
F. H. SEUBOLD, D. C.
1430 Stevens Bldg.
Taon Central 1722 , Hourtt 12 to 6 p. m.
For Sciatica, Lumbago, RheumatUtn, Neuralgia,
Neuritis, Spinal troubles try ,
Any Soldier or Sailor in U. S. Service is entitled to Chiropractic
Adjustments, Free of Charge, at this office.
Bros. Macaroni Co.
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MACARONI, SPAGHETTI, NOODLES
and all kind of
2148-2168 Canalport Avenue, cor. Sangamon Street
TeUphonesi Canal SMS, Canal INI
Telephone Haj-aarkat 101
REAL ESTATE, LOANS and INSURANCE
Oflee of Katla Landlords' AcUtla
M0TAB1 rVBUO - 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. We will gladly tsend our representative to
Phone Belmont 5Mt
3840 Fullerton Avenue
WILLIAM P. ELLISON
Undertaker and Funeral Director
750 W. North Avenue
Near Halsted Street
TELEPHONE LINCOLN 781
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
Cortcsi, the Famous Sartorial
Is now located at
501 Orleans Street, N. E. Cor. of Illinois
q Young Mm's and Men's Suits to order. Reasonable Prices--On.
trial is all we ask.
f Full line of Cots' Purnishings, latest style at al tjoMS.
f Clearing and Pressing on short notice.
A. CORTESI & CO.
Mcsslngers restaurants which, can
bo found nil ovor tho city aro vory
popular with overybody. Thoy nro
clean, wholcsomo, sanitary and bright.
Tho food is of tho best quality and
tlfo scrvlco Is excellent.
Tho Oliver typewriter la praised by
all who have used It.
Alderman Wnltor P. Stofton of tho
Twenty-third ward, Is making a good
rocord In tho City Council. He Is one
of tho coming men of Chicago and the
people aro pleased with him.
Tho Fort Dearborn National Bank
reports net earnings ot $582,519 (or
1918, after reserving $150,000 for fed
oral taxes. This Is equal to 19.41 por
cont on tho $3,000,000 capital stock.
Aldorman William P. Ellison of tho
Twenty-second Ward Is making a
good rocord In tho city council. Tho
people nro talking about him for
Tho city should clean tho streets
irom 101 nno to 101 uno. mo oniy
streots tho city cleans aro in tho tax.
Gcorgo D. Holmes will mako a splen
did judge ot tho Municipal Court.
Vlvlano Brothers load tho world In
their macaroni product, which Is the
best on tho market.
John B. Knifcut or 72 West Wash
Ington streot Is ono of the leaders In
the real estate world.
Francla W. WaTkar, toe emlneat
lawyer, is a Chicago product Ha nai
lived In this city all ot his Ufa.
Poter Relnborg has mado a splendid
roeord as president of tho county
When you noeo envolopes phone
Heco, Superior 7100. You can't fall
to bo satisfied.
William H. Water always made a
good public record.
Judge William B. Deter Is making
a splendid rocord on tho Appellate
Clarence's. Darrow Is always the
friend of the poor and the downtrod
den and no one stands higher at the
Joha Power oas 'always served the
people well as alderman from tae
Judge If. L. MMDaley ot tae fM-
perlor Court li maklac a lae record.
Trcmont G. Olson, head of tho well
known and rellablo Olson Multlgraph
Co., at 19 South La Salle street, has
won a good nnmo in this community
by the fine work his concern turns
out. In quick and export sorvlco It is
unexcelled In tho multlgraph line.
J. H. Dick, Chicago's famous dealor
In trunks and traveling bags, has
been at tho samo location, 64S West
Madison street for thirty-two years.
It you want real values In these most
necessary nrtlcles glvo him n call.
You will bo woll pleased It you do
as Dick's trunks and traveling bags
oro tho best on tho market.
John W. Kckhart 1b ono ot tho up
builders ot Chicago.
GEORGE R. WALKER
u Salte Ml-tl. 1M N. DwubacB B.
1KB. i Km! 4th Street
i nlral SMI See., Seaweed T
John F. Tyrrell
Attorney at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
Tel. Central 4108
James C. McShsat
Aittrney and Cstsssalar
Suite Ml, New Yefc Ufa aWlalaag
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IBfB7r',.,aBB B:il aflaBaiBavi
To wnili nil wool flnnnoN, Hwcnters
nntl lilunkutH, by n lnctliod that will
prevent them from shrinking, Is the
ambition of every careful housewife.
It Is snld tlutt tlilsvmuy m accomplish
ctl by washing them In i-olil water In
which liornx nnd white Knnp lmvo been
dissolved. The proportion seems to
bo nbout n level tnblespoonful f bornx
and one-fourth of it cuki' of soup to
two or three gallons of water, depend
ing upon the degree of hardness of
the water. To wash it sweater, mo
enough water to caver It generously.
Let the nweutor soak an hour, then
squeeze It out, but do not wring It.
If necoHHiiry put through a second vn
ter which linn been'softeneil with borax
and white snap. Afterward rlnxe very
thoroughly In several cold waters nnd
put through n wringer. Then pull It
Into shnpe nnd dry It. Blankets nnd
flannels mny be successfully washed
In this wny.
It Is snld fluffy, knitted earments of
wool should not 'be hung up to dry.
This process for washing them nnd
then drying them so that they will
look like new, Is given by some au
thorities. Make n warm suds of wa
ter and white soap; wash tho garment
nnd rinse thoroughly, linn through n
wringer nnd place In n pan In which
n towel has been laid. Take the gar
ment out ocaislonnlly nnd shnko It,
thus allowing it to dry gradually and
with ninny shnklngs.
To Wash White China 8llk.
Whlto chlnn silk, so much used for
waists nnd underclothing, Is npt to
turn yellow In tho wnsh. To prevent
this, one must tuke precautions. Sonp
must not be rubbed on china silk gar
ments nor nmmonln used to soften tho
water In which they nro wnshed. Cut
up any white soap and mix It with
hot water until a Jelly Is formed.
With this make a strong suds with
hot water. Put the silk garment In
this suds nnd squeeze through the
hnnds, lifting It up nnd down In the.
suds. Hub the soiled spots with the
hnnds, but do not put wiap on them.
Illnse, when clean, In elenr lukewiirm
water, nnd finally In cold wnter. Lny
In n towel nnd pat, to take up tho
moisture, nnd then roll In n second
dry towel. After n short while, shnko
out tho garment nnd spread over n
rnck, In the house, until nlmost dry.
FlnnV press with a warm Iron on tho
wrong side. It Is snld that n teaspoon
fill of methylated spirits, added to tho
Inst rinsing wnter, will glvo n gloss to
tho silk, such as It bus when new.
Sounding the Quaint Note.
There Is u note of qunlntness In tho
simpler summery frocks this year;
chintzes In small patterned designs arc
developed In many alluringly demure
styles, ono with tiny bright red flowers
having n little white dotted swiss
bibbed npron nppllqued with red wool
embroidery. lints nre made of fab
ric to match, and one model with n
poke bonnet trend M equipped with
long green earrings. Peasant frocks
In natural or dark colored linens lmvo
nppllquo border designs of two color
crepes. Simple morning frocks of
gingham aro milled In white nnd em
broidered In wool, and chemlso frocks
of handkerchief linen also lmvo rather
elaborate embroideries In worsted.
Now the Hemtcst Skirt
The fads and fancies ot fashion nro
sponsors for the hornless skirt which
nppears In Increasing numbers as tho
spring season advances. In tho begin
ning of tho season the hemless skirt
was confined exclusively to scparato
skirts uiiido In bordered fabrics.
Spring Suits Appealingly Graceful
Spring suits make their appeal to us
from new angles this t-enson, for there
nro nlmost none among them thut so
much or suggebt severity of lino or
finish. They aro easy nnd graceful and
decidedly chic. They look thoroughly
comfortnble for Rummer time, nnd rely
upon the vesteo to proldo warmth for
crisp spring days. They nro moro or
less ornamented with narrow, lint or
soutache braid, or with Ioiir nnd filiort
etltch embroidery or couching. Among
decorations, embroidered band effects
nro In great demand. Crisscross tucks
or narrow silk braid, faultlessly
stitched on, In u crisscross band pat
tern, ure .among tho details that have
captivated the devotees of tailored
These decorations of embroidery, pin
tucks and henutlfully stitched braid
are nmong tho luxuries, for they add
as much or more to tho cost of u suit
as Is usked for tho goods It Is mnde of.
Somo women who are clover with the
ueeillo buy u plain, well-mndo suit and
embroider or braid It to milt them
Helves. This lifts It out of tho ordi
nary Immediately and places It on a
new plane nmong tlinso aristocrats In
Htreot suits Hint nro priced nt some
thing like a hundred dollars or more
usually more. Th'eso high prices nro
explained as the result of the great
odvunco In the price of labor. If this
Is the case It is some consolation to
consider that those who do tho work
nro being well pnld for it.
Tho suit pictured Is the most popu
Inr of new models and is of beige-colored
tricot. The Rklrt Is without deco
ration and lms a four-Inch hem. Sou
tache brnld, stitched on one edge,
forms tho nttrnctlvo ornnmeutnl hand
that enriches tho cont. It widens nt
tho center where tlueo small bono but
tons ure art In each side of tho center
panel. The round collar nnd (hiring
sleeves are mhelllshcd with u braided
Jet Duckies, White Shoes.
Whlto buckskin Mines .shown for
tho South show .let buckles of va
rious sorts. Usually they are very
effective, Ono method of mounting
tho buckle Is to placo It on n foun
dation composed of closely plaited
black ribbon, which extends Just fur
euoiiRli to glvo tho buckle a little
backing. .Sometimes, too, whlto sntln
evening slippers show Jet buckles, or
small Jet buttons fnstened Hut
against the tongue section or the
edgo of tho shoe as It slopes up to
JOHN E OWENS
Attorney and Gt uwdlor
A. A. Worsley Douglas LWorsliy
Attorneys and Counsellors
No. 179 West Washington St
Telephone Mala 37XS
Res. Pkas taesiali W
Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys and Counsellors
t ADCPQT VEWPCD m AWT im tuc urnai re I
TELEPHONE CANAL 930, 931
C. L. Willey Co.
C. B. WILLEY, President
Manufacturer and Dealer m
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
Office, Yard and Dock: 2558 South Robcy Street j
One Block South of Bluo liland Area
118 W.Ohio Street
Phones Superior 2393-5279
2031-30 W. Madlion St.
We Ship to All Parts of the United States
The Stock Yards Packing Co.
175 and 177 North Fifth Avenue
Purveyors of Meats and Groceries
To the best families, restaurants, hotels, clubs, sum
mer resorts and vessels in and outside of Chicago.
Telephones Main 1049 and Main 3442
John Agar Co.
Phone Drover 8200
4057 South Union Street
W. F. Cummings
Phone West 3232
330-332 South Paulina St.
319-321-323 S. PAULINA ST.
NEAR VAN BURCN
A phone message to West 3166 for our wagon to call (or your
shirt bundle, family washing or flat-work is the Quickest way
to get acquainted with them, or renew old friendship.
The pleasure will be ours to receive your call while you will
be doubly pleased on examining our faultless work, which
cannot be excelled anywhere.
PAUL P. LEONI, Preaidcnt
OTTO RICE, Secretary and Manager
G. A. R. Laundry
3118-21 Armitage Avenue Near Kedzie Avenue
Phones Albany 117 and 118
108 North La Sail Street