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ARTISTIC PIANO PLAYING
218 South Wabaih Avenue, CHICAGO
Phone Wabash SS63 Summer Courto Through July
Goodrich Transit Company
Mackinac Island SJ77 fill
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DOCKS FOOT OF MICHIGAN AVENUE
CITY TICKET OFFICE: 152 WEST JACKSON BLVD.
F. H. SEUBOLD, D. C.
14M Stevens. BIdf.
Phaa. Central 172 Hour.i 12 te p. m.
For Sciatica! Lumbago, Rh.umatUaa, Neuralgia,
Neuritif, Spiaal troubles try
Aajr Soldier or Sailor in U. S. Service it entitled to CblroaractU
Adjustments, Fraa of Charge, at thW office.
Peterson Core Oil & Mfg. Co.
720 Stock Exchange Bldg.
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 All Stomach Troubles
Headaches, Nervousness, Etc.
AMERICAN ELIXER of BITTER WINE
At Drug Stores, $1.10
JOSEPH TRINER COMPANY, 1333-1343 S. Ashland Ate.
WILLIAM P. ELLISON
Undertaker and Funeral Director
750 W. North Avenue
Near HaUted Street
TELEPHONE LINCOLN 761
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
Cortes i, the Famous Sartorial
la now located at
SOI Orleans Street, N. E. Cor. of Illinois
Young Men's and Men's Suits to orcV. Reasonable Prices
One trial it all we ask.
J Full Una of Gents' Furnishings, latest style at all tames.
f Cleaning and Pressing on short notice.
A. CORTESI & CO.
Phono Superior 671
Mosslngers restaurants which can
bo found all ovor tho city nra very
popular with everybody. Thoy are
clean, wholesome sanitary and bright
Tho food is of tho best quality and
tho servlco is excellent.
Joseph F. Haas has nlways mado
a good public record. Ho is a man
of tho people.
Daldasslno's Grand Opera Restaurant
at 524 South Wabash avenue, is. very
popular with tho Chicago public. Wo
liavo heard its bill of faro and high
class singing and cntortalntncnt
praised by oxccllonl Judges.
William H. Lyman, the popular tor
mer senator and alderman, is at the
head ot the big public contracting
arm of W. II. Lyman A Co.
Charles J. Jones, tho well known
lawyor, and former County Attorney,
is much talked of for Congress.
Viviano Brothers lead tho world in
their macaroni product, which is the
best on tho market.
John D. Knitil of 72 West Wash.
Ington streot is one of the leaders In
the real estato world.
Francis W. Warner, tae eminent
lawyer, la a Chicago product He has
lived In this city all of his Ufa.
Peter Relnberg has made a splendid
record aa president ot the county
When you aesa envelopes phase
Heco, Superior 7100. Yon can't fall
to be satisfied.
William H. Water always saace a
good public record.
Judge William B. Dever Is making
a splendid record on the Appellate
Clarence 8. Barrow la always tae
friend ot the poor and the downtrod
den and no ono stands higher at the
John Power nas always served the
people well as alderman from the
Judge M. L. MSlOaley of tae Su
perior Court Is making a flne record.
Tromont O. Olson, head of tho well
known and rollable Olson Multlgraph
Co., at 19 South La Sallo street, has
won a good namo In this community
by tho flne work his concorn turns
out. In quick and export sorvlco it is
unoxcollcd In tho multlgraph lino.
John W. Eckhart In ono of the up
holders of Chicago.
' Ambrose A. Worsley, tho distin
guished lawyer, would innlco n good
member of tho constitutional convention.
William C. Nlohoff would mako n
good County Commissioner. No man
Is bettor posted on public affairs.
Dixon C. Williams should bo elected
to tho constitutional convention 'in
tho sixth district.
Addison street, one of the widest
and longest east and west streets on
the north and west sides, should be
made a boulevard.
GEORGE R. WALKER
OF I Butte Ml-ll, 1ST N.Dearbeia a.
tKS. I S4S Kail th Street
OSHr. i ntral SS1S Re., Seaweed SKI
John F. Tyrrell
Attorney at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
Tel. Central 4108
Jamec C. McSksmt
Suite SU, Now Yea Ufa BulUfcM
MS. La Solo St.
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To Remove Fruit Stains.
When fruit stains are fresh pour
bolllnj; water stondlly through them
and they will usually dlsnppear. If tho
wntcr Is hnril, borax or ununonln in ii
smnll quantity should be added to the
Fruit nnd wlno stnlns, If dry, should
be soaked In cold wnter, like ten
Ktnlns. Then stretch tho stnlnod fabric
over n basin, rub with common salt
nnd pour boiling wntcr through the
stnln. Or it enn bo rubbed with lem
on, Instead of using boiling water. Re
peat, if necessary, nnd if all Is not re
moved let tho rest wear out. Some
fruit nnd wlno stains, especially those
of apple nnd penr, nnd some clarets,
arc very difficult to remove. If they
arc boiled gently (after sonklng) In
some strong borax nnd water, well
rinsed, then hung nut In the sunshine,
or better, left hanging out during u
frosty night, the stnlns will disappear.
Tho articles should bo dripping wet
when hung out.
To Remove Grass Stalni.
Grass stains will yield to the cologne
application, though a thorough bath
in alcohol Is, perhaps, more certain.
Kerosene is another liquid that may
be applied successfully to grass stains,
white some recommend covering tho
spots with n paste made from cream
of tartar and wnter.
This should not be used In tho case
of colored goods, as the color Is like
ly to disappear.
To Remove Coffee Stains.
Coffee spots should he soaked In cold
wntcr until they disappear, changing
tho wnter ns often us It becomes much
Tho stnlns from chocolate nro not
so easy to remove. Souk In lukewarm
water, which Is to lie renewed ns
Stnlns from an neld will usually dls
nppear under n bath of alcohol.
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This Summer's Colors.
Navy blue Is expected to be the
reigning color for summer, but there
will nlso be u strong liking for sand,
gray nnd the llglrter blues. Rose Is
another color that will be used by
smartly dressed women. Also, there
will be canary, buttercup, apple green
nnd orchid; giving plentiful choice.
If out of candles melt some paraffin,
pour Into smnll, grensed egg cups, first
placing n piece of grocers' twine In
same; ulso save nil drippings from
candles nnd do the same.
Keep small wlrt sifter near kitchen
sink to use for sifting nshes for scour
ing If out of scouring soap.
Fit n piece of enamel cloth Into
trny of gas stove, thereby saving work,
ensler to clean.
If cellar Is dark have two panels
removed nnd glass put In placo of
A raw prune placed In coffee pot
will Improvo the flavor of tho coffee.
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Suits for summer wear, as u tlrst
requirement for good style, must look
cool, Mnny of them accomplish this
flne beginning and achieve u happy
ending by being actuully cool; they
uro made of loosely woven, light
weight silk or fiber fabrics that uro
tho least burdensome of hot weather
suitings as well ns the most fashion
nble. Resides these there nro those
unfailing pongees and mohairs with
advantages of their own to recom
mend them, and linen Is still "In tho
running." But In the raco for prefer
ence with women of fashion these
long-famlllar fabrics have been out
distanced by tho newer wenves.
In the two suits shown In tho pic
ture tho ono at the left Is typical of
the stylo that lends for suits mado of
light Jersey, silk and silk fiber suit
ings. Straight hanging coats and
skirts less narrow than thoso mnde
of tho usunl wool clothex are tho rule
In theso suits. Tho sweater cont Is the
model followed In nearly all of them,
to bo worn with or without vests. Vests
for midsummer, mndo of organdy nnd
other sheer cottons, often In combina
tion with narrow laces, take tho placo
of vesta of heavier fabrics that have
had such sweeping popularity. Tho
cool, three-quarter length sleovo Is n
feature of this suit and It Is shown
with a sntln vest having n leaf and
lattlco design embroidered In gray nnd
sliver. Thcro Is n narrow snsh ucross
tho front of tho Katln, tho ends tlnlsh
ed with small flowcr-llko ornaments
made of sliver ribbon.
Tho suit at tho right is a conven
tional tailored model of whlto cloth
with hair lino stripes which may bo
lu brown, blue, green or black. Tho
coat, while not n straight-lino model,
Is cut oil easy but trim lines. This,
with tho luce-trimmed orgnndy over
collar, gives tho suit a refreshing,
crisp stylo, borno out by Ivory but
tons. Silt pockctrf am set In at each
side under tho over-lapped seams of
the shaped panel nt the front of tho
cont. With a propeily cool-looking lint
and whlto footwear, summer 'heat be
comes merely a slato of mind, In a
costume, that looks so convincingly
cool. Its wearer will bo a Joy to be
hold on tho warmest day.
Marked Use of Ribbon.
Marked popularity of ribbons us mil
linery trimmings, especially on walk
Ing hats, Is ono of tho season's devel
opments. Ono Idea of decoration that
has taken hold strongly of Into shows
tho ue of ribbon lu two-tier arrange
ments. Loops of this material stand
out from the base of the crown, ono
lint on tho brim and the other a few
Inches above it. This trimming Is
placed either at tho side or front. In
somo cases, loop-, of ribbon nro at
tached to the top of tho crown, extend
ing toward tho front of tho lint. An
nlrplano bow of ten-Inch ribbons Is
shown on the crown of a small sailor,
tho novelty of this arrangement lying
principally lu tho width of tho ma
Quilting Is Used.
Quilting nppcura occuslouully
A. A. Worslty Doti(lasLWorsliy
Attorneys and Counsellors
No. 17S West Washington St
Telepkene Mala 97M
Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys and Counsellors
106 North La Sallo Streot
LARGEST VENEER PLANT IN THE WORLD
TELEPHONE CANAL 930, 31
C. L. Willey Co.
C B. WILLEY, President
Manufacturer and Dealer m
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
Office, Yard and Dock: 2558 South Rebey Street
One Block Soutk of Blue Island Aveojao
118 W.Ohio Street
Phones Superior 2393.5279
2011-19 W. Mtdlioa 8t.
ft ft ft nn Per Year for
UUU.UU Hfe if totally
disabled by illness or accident.
Other splendid features in the policies.
Policies in smaller amounts if desired.
NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.
Phone Central 5501 39 S. LaSalla St.
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 BUREN
A phone message to Weat 3166 for our wagon to call for your
shtrt bundle, family washing or flat-work is the auickest 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
3118-29 Armitaffe Avenue Near Kedzie Avenue
Phone Albany 117 and 118