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THE OHAOO EAGLbL
Oscar Deis School
ARTISTIC PIANO PLAYING
218 South Wabnsh Avenue, CHICAGO
Phono Wabash 5SC3 Summer Course Through July
Goodrich Transit Company
TO " JL a. m v
Mackinac Island i I III
1 P. M.
Contlntleus Round Trip, Maala anil Berth
TO MILWAUKEE S $1.00 ffi $1.858?
$1.25 Excursion Returning Same Day
DOCKS FOOT OF MICHIGAN AVENUE
"CITY TICKET OFFICE: 152 WEST JACKSON BLVD.
F. H. SEUBOLD, D. C.
1430 Stevens BIdg.
Phone Central 1722 Hours I 12 to I p. m.
For Sciatica, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Neuritis, Spinal troubles try
Any Soldier or Sailor In U. S. Service Is entitled to Chiropractic
Adjustments, Free of Charge, at this office.
Peterson Core Oil & Mfg. Co.
720 Stock Exchange BIdg.
Core Oil, Parting and Foundry Facings
Telephone Franklin 2763
N. E. Cor. Adams and Clark Sts.
Suite 1437 Tel. Central 5750
The Best Remedy For AD Stomach Troubles
Headache, Nervousness, Etc.
AMERICAN EL1XER of BITTER WINE
At Drug Stores, $1.10
JOSEPH TRINER COMPANY, 1333-1343 S. Ashland Ave.
WILLIAM P. ELLISON
Undertaker and Funeral Director
750 W. North Avenue
Near Halsted Street
TELEPHONE LINCOLN 765
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
la now located at
501 Orleans Street, N. E. Cor. of IUinoii
4 Young Men's and Men's Suits to order. Reasonable Prices
One trial is all we ask.
f Pull line of Gents' Furnishings, latest style at-all times.
Cleaning and Pressing on short notice.
A. CORTESI & CO.
Phon. Superior 8761
Mcaalngors restaurants which can
bo found all ovor the city aro vory
popular with ovorybody. Thoy aro
clean, wholesome, sanitary and bright.
Tho food is of tho best quality and
the sorvlco is excellent.
Josoph F. Haas has always mado
a good public record. Ho is a man
of tho people
Qaldasslno's Grand Opora Restaurant
at 524 South Wabash avenue, is very
popular with tho Chicago public. Wo
have heard its bill of faro and high
class singing and entertainment
praised by excellent Judges.
William H. Lyman, the popular for
mnr senator and alderman, li at the
head of the bis public contracting
Ann of W. H. Lyman & Co.
Charles J. Jones, tho well known
lawyer, and formor County Attorney,
is much talked of for Congress.
Vlvlano Brothers lead tho world in
their macaroni product, which is tho
best on tho market.
John B. Knusut or 72 West Wash
Ington streot is one of the leaders in
the real estate world.
Francis W. "Warner, tne eminent
lawyer, is a Chicago product. He hai
lived In this city all of hit life.
Poter Rclnberg has mado a splendid
rooord as president of tho county
When you neea envelopes phone
Hoco, Superior 7100. You can't fall
to be satisfied.
William H. Weber always mad a
Rood public record.
Judge William K. Dover is making
n Bplondid record on tho Appollata
Clarcnco S. Harrow Is always the
friend of tho poor and tho downtrod
den and no ono stands higher at the
John Powor nas always sorved the
people woll as alderman from the
Judge M. L. MCKInloy of tne 8u
porlor Court is making a One record.
Tromont Q. Olson, head of tho well
known and rcllnblo Olson Multlgraph
Co., at 19 South La Sallo street, has
won a good namo in this community
by tho flno work his concern turns
out. In quick and expert sorvlco it is
unexcelled in tho multlgraph lino.
.John W. Kckhart Is ono of tho up
bulldors of Chicago.
Amhroso A. Worsluy, tho distin
guished lawyer, would innko a good
mombcr of tho constitutional convention.
William C. Niohoft would mako a
pood County Commissioner. No man
is better posted on public affairs.
Dixon C. Williams should bo olectcd
to tho constitutional convention in
tho sixth district.
Addison streer, on ol the widest
and longest east and west streets on
the north and west aides, should be
mad a boulevard.
GEORGE R. WALKER
OP Suite 918-31, ttl N. Dearborn M.
nKS.t 3M Bait 40th Strut
om iral SS1S JUa., Kenwood 81ST
John F. Tyrrell
Attorney at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
Tel. Central 4108
James C. McSVaat
Attorney and CounaaW
Suite 1X2, New Yetfc Life IUta
Hb,U Sale St.
JOHN E. OWENS
Attorney and Coumelfor
III Weal WasMnta ftwtt
amm' Pit ? ' .'liil
To Remove Ink Stains.
Ink can bo taken from white gooilrt
With tomittocs If npplled freely. Cold
milk Is good when the stains are froh,
changing tho milk its often as ncces
Bary. Fresh butter Is even n better
If very ohstlnnto nnd tho mntcrlnl
will stand hot wntcr, the rtnln should
bo covered with melted tallow, then
washed In the tituul way.
Oxnllc ncld will remove any very
obstinate stains but can bo used only
on whltu goodi, ns It will destroy the
color. The crystals are dlsolvcil In
boiling wntcr nnd the liquid Is applied
to tho stnln. A thorough ringing In
clear water nftprwanl Is Imperative.
"- 'Another Method.
In dyeing nnd cleaning shops ether
Is used almost exclusively for remov
ing Ink from fabrics. It Is a power
ful cleansing ugent, but will destroy
materials unless they are well rlnRod.
Ether will reinovo perspiration stains,
but should be mixed with nmtnoniii
nnd wntcr. One-fourth ether, one
fourth ammonia nnd one-half wntcr is
n good mixture. Illnso nnd placo In
A bottle of cologne Is u most use
ful article, for It will take away
smears If rubbed on as soon as they
appear. It can bo used alike on white
or colored fabrics, cotton or woolen,
without the slightest Injury.
Ico cream makes n very bad stain
hccutivt It has both grease and xtiunr
In It make-up. To remove Mains of
It from silk, sponge the stained parts
with gasoline or chloroform, placing a
pad of absorbent cotton or blotting
paper under the spots. When dry.
spongo with tepid water and a pood
snap, and then rub with a flannel cloth
until dry. This work must be done
nwny from the flro or artificial light.
Use plain strong coffee to remove
the stains of Ice .renin or milk from
blnck clothing. Dip a cloth In tho cof
fee and rub It over tho spot If the
coffee Itf applied as soon ns the stnln
has been made, so much tho better.
Umbrellas Are Fancy.
Tho umbrella manufacturers have
found a welcome demand In the busi
ness supplied by fancy mnkes. The
colored silks and matched handles nnd
lips hnvo proved quite popular with
litiycro, who not only placed apprecia
tive orders for such goods when they
bought but have put In a good dupli
cate business. The manufacturer have
so fashioned their product now that
they have made umbrellas a dress ac
cessory, and tills has done more Umn
anything else, It is said, to encourage
Kmbrotdery In chenille In matching
tone is used on black and beige cos
tumes, and tho chenille matches the
material. Sometimes on black satin or
taffeta frocks tho embroideries take
their pattern from lace, Alencou or
Chnntllly. l'ngllsh embroidery on
taffeta Is n new trimming detail this
M'lison. This Is especially noted on
Uses for Ribbon.
For dress trimming purposes, gir
dles, fringes, tassels and spangles are
In favor. Wide plain ribbons aro In de
mand for sashes.
Pretty and Practical Bathing Suits
Wo aro apt to think tlmt things
practical, In any kind of apparel, nro
sure to be commonplace and unattrac
tlvo and that things pretty nro likely
to be unpractical. Itut tho designers
of bathing suits hnvo llnally succeeded
In turning out beach clothes that, aro
both practical and pretty. After a
lot of experimenting with fabrics and
styles thoy lmvo furnUlicd thu bath
ers of this season good looking nnd
comfortable clothes, "from the crown
of their heads to tho soles of their
feet." Every Item In thu bather's out
fit has been carefully thought out.
Capes to wear to and from tho
bench prove tho most acceptablo of
garments, for they aro mado of cloths
that water does not damage, as Turk
ish toweling, Jersey cloth, rubberized
cloths and certain Miles. Caps to
match In color aro cleverly draped so
ns to ho not unbecoming nnd nro
mado of rubber nnd trimmed with rub
ber ornaments and (lowers. With n
capo that has not been In tho water
and a cap tlmt refuses to bo wet, ono
can return from n swim nnd walk
oven city streets homeward, conscious
of being presentable
In the plcturo of two hnthlng suits
shown here, onu Is of tuffetn silk and
tho other of block wool Jersey with
whlto stripes In tho collnr and short
sleeves, and nround the bottom of tho
knickerbockers and bklrt. Tho capo Is
of rose-colored bath toweling, nnd tho
enp of rubber matches It In color nnd
is ti limned with little rubber (lowers,
niack silk stockings and elotji shoos
complete us satisfactory a suit as tho
eeupnn has produced.
Tho other suit is of bluo taffeta, tho
full knlckeibockers gathered on nn
elastic cord above tho knees. It has
a short, silt skirt nnd u long-walsted
bodice, nlbo short Meevos formed by
a small llounco of tnffeta. The stock
ings match the suit In color, but the
Mioes aro black and high at tho back,
lacing with whlto cord or tapo across
tho front. - ,
Lingerie Hats of Chantllly.
Lingerie hats mado of black chantll
ly lace and modeled after the bonnets
worn by the pennants of I.orralno nro
quite a feature In the hats for ad
vanced summer wear. The most ef
fective of these models aro mado with
low full tullo crowns gathered Into u
medium high head hand In mob cap
style. To the band aro attached two
or three full gathered rulUcs of differ
ent widths of black chantllly luce
. Net Dress Needed.
Nn summer wardrobe Is complete
without at least ono net dress, because
they aro delightfully coed and comfort
able for hot afternoons r evenings. A
simple and becoming little au'alr Is a
frock of white net and voile combined,
trimmed with a bit of embroidery dono
In heavy whlto cotton threads and
girdled with a corded net sash.
Weddlno Gowns of Satin,
Tho most distinguished of wedding
gowns aro of diiehesso satin, very
plain with loco veil forming tho only
A. A. Worsley DouglasL. Worsley
Attorneys and Counsellors
No. 179 West Washington St.
Telephone Mala 3791
Ret. Pho- "iM ?
Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys end Counsellor t
106 North La Salle Street
LARGEST VENEER PLANT IN THE WORLD
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 ftebey Street
One Block South of Blue Island Avaa&a
i k 118 W.Ohio Street
" " ' Phones Superior 2393-5279
20JJ-30 W. Madlion Ot.
$20,000.00 Ac rifaethtal
$1 ,000.00 life ifetortaUy
disabled by illness or accident.
Other splendid features in the policies.
Policies in smaller amounts if desired.
NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.
Phono Central 5501 39 S. LnSnlle St.
John Agar Co.
Phono Drover 8200
4057 South Union Street
W. F. Cummings
Phone West 3232
330-332 South Paulina St.
319-321-325 S. PAULINA ST.
NKAR VAN BUREN
A phone message to West 3166 for our wagon to call for 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, President
OTTO RICE, Secretary and Manager
G. A. R. Laundry
3118-20 Armitafee Avenue Near Kedzie Avenue
Phones Albany 117 and 118