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Grennan's Wilson Cake
Ideal for Lunches
Dinners, Picnics, Lodge Events
All Social Affairs
GRENNAN CAKE CORPORATION
2311 to 2333 Wilcox Street, CHICAGO
PHONE WEST 4840
Oscar Deis School
ARTISTIC PIANO PLAYING
218 South VVabaili Avenue, CHICAGO
Phone Wnbath 5SG3 Summer Course Through July
Goodrich Transit Company
Continuous Round Trip, Mealt and Dorth
TO MILWAUKEE . $1.00 38 $1.85 "
$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.
Phona Central 1722 Hourtt 12 to 6 p. m.
For Sciatica, Lumbago, Rheumatitm, Neuralgia,
Neuritis, Spinal troubles try
Chiropractic Adjustments "
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 Bldg.
CoreOil, 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 Ave.
Cortesi, the Famous Sartorial
Is now located at
501 Orleans Street, N. E. Cor. of Illinois
1 Young Men's and Men's Suits to ordw. Reasonable Price
One trial is all we ask.
f Full line of Gents' Furnishings, latest style at all times.
Cleaning and Pressing on short notice,
A. CORTESI & CO.
Phono Superior 8761
Messlngers restaurants which can
bo found nil over tho city aro vory
popular with ovorybody. Thoy nro
clean, wholcsomo, sanitary and bright.
Tho food Is of tho host quality and
tho scrvlco la cxcollont.
Joseph V. Haas has always mado
a good public record. Ho Is a man
of tho people
Unldnssino's Grand Opera Restaurant
at 521 South Wabaoh avenue, la vory
popular with tho Chicago public. Wo
havo heard Its bill of faro and high
class singing and entertainment
praised by excellent Judges.
William H. Lyman, tho popular ter
mor senator and alderman, is at tha
head of the big public contracting
Arm of W. II. Lyman A Co.
Charles J. Jones, tho well known
lawyer, and former County Attorney,
Is much talked of for Congress.
Vlvlano Brothers lead tho world In
their macaroni product, which is the
best on tho market.
John D. Knusm or 72 West Wash
ington street la ono of the leadora in
tho real estato world.
Francis W. 'Worker, tne emlnsnt
lawyer, Is a Chicago product. Ha hai
lived In thla city all of his Ufa.
Poter Itolnbcrg has mado a splendid
rocord as president of tho county
When you noea envelopes phone
Hoco, Superior 7100. You can't fall
to bo oatlsfied.
William H. Weler always mad a
good public record.
Judgo William E. Dover Is making
a splendid record on tho AppollaU
Clarenco S. narrow Is always the
frlond of tho poor and tho downtrod
den and no ono stands higher at tha
John Power nas always sorvod the
people well as alderman from tha
Judge M. L. MCKtnley of tna Su
perior Court Is making a fine record.
Tromont O. Olson, head of tho well
known and rollablo Olson Multlgraph
Co., at 19 South La Sallo street, has
won a good nnmo In this community
by tho flno work Ills concern turns
out. In quick and expert sorvico It Is
unoxcollcd in tho multlgraph lino.
John W. Kckhart is ono of tho up
builders of Chicago.
Ambrose A. Worsloy, tho distin
guished lawyer, would mnko a good
member of tho constitutional convention.
William C. Nlohoff would mnko n
pood County Commissioner. No man
Is better posted on public nffairs.
Dixon C. Williams should bo oloctod
to tho constitutional convention in
tho sixth district.
Addison street, ont of the widest
and longest east and west streets on
the north and west sides, should be
made a boulevard.
GEORGE R. WALKER
I Suite OtS-31, 117 N. Dtarborn S.
rKS.t 348 Bait 0th StrMt
om- ulnU tSIS lift., Kenwood U1
John F. Tyrrell
Attorney at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
Tel. Central 4108
James C. McSkwie
Attorney and Coiaweler
Suit IU, New Yaxfc Ufa wlldem
39 S. La Sail St.
Talaabon. Caatnal ill
JOHN E. OWENS
Attorney and Counsellor
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Fashion's Limelight Reveals Much Neckwear
Women hol'Iii to Imvu liucimiu much
addicted to wearing necl.pii'ce.s of
many klwlH. A little Jonriii' through
wimps uiul departments tint t curry
nerkwunr ruveuN micli n wnrlil of It
and such u variety ot it that there
must he a great demand for nil klmM
of neckwear. Many of the pieces are
Intended to replace summer furs.
These Include scarfs made of plushes,
ostrich lions, ostrich capes and capes
of mniahout fenther.s or miitahout tin
Ished with ostrich fringe. This os
trich frlnct', which appears like mara
bout In black, while and natural color,
Is used In borders and ItniiiN In scurfs
of gold and stiver tissue.
Some of the new plushes used for
scarfs do not attempt a close Imita
tion of fur hut suggest the most pop
lar summer furs, as ermine nntl broad
tnll and moleskin. Ilesldcs these
there are some handsome sutlu scarfs
and capes trimmed with narrow bauds
of irnl fur, shown with huts to match
like the smart affair that Is shown at
the right of the two figures above.
Ulch silk tussels and silk embroidered
motifs put this In n class with the
Doth ostrich and marabout make
beuiitlful capes In the style of that
shown at Hie right of Hie picture.
Nearly all of these are In the natural
taupe color of the feathers, hut In os
trich enpes and lions there Is often a
mixture of white and natural Hues.
Duffs iniide of nullities in very full
plaits and ruffs made of loops of wide
satin rllibon are among old acquaint
ances that find themselves returned to
favor, now that everything In neckwear
proves to he of Interest. They are not
ut nil dlfllcult to make, the plaits or
loops are simply stitched on to a bund
that lies about the neck, and they fas
ten with ties of narrow satin ribbon.
Small chokers and other small neck
pieces In furs appear to have displaced
larger neckpieces and capes for sum
mer wear and narrow scarfs of satin,
finished at the ends with fringe, prove
themselves a chle novelty on women
who know how to wear them well.
A Bodice of Ribbon.
The bodice made entirely of ribbon
Is n feature of midsummer dance
frocks combined with skirts of cither
net, both silk and cotton; ui-guudle
voile, lace and georgette.
Examples of "All-Day" Dresses
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One-piece di esses, to bo worn In
place of suits In anil out of doors, re
ceived a great boot dining tho war.
When tailors becamo scarce and the
work of making street clothes wont
Into the hands of di comakers In Paris,
the one-pleco "all-day" diess began to
replace suits. With the approval of
Paris upon It, this style of street dress
made great headway la America and
appears to hae established Itself.
The nil-day dress, as It Is called, ap
pears, together with new suits, In tho
early showings of fall styles, some
times having much the appearance of
a suit and sometimes wholly different
from one. These two types mo shown
together In the picture above.
These dresses are aiaile up In the
saiao quiet colors and of the same ma
terials ay suits, although colors cover
u wider range (lain nio usually pre
seated in suits, and there Is more lati
tude In the taut tor of decorations.
Tho dress at the left of tho plctuie
simulates u suit so closely that It N
misleading, it will In t west the glil
who must soon ho outfitted for col
lege, hocauso it Is a youthful model
that will see her through the fall with
out n wrap unit proo comfortable In
cold weather with the aid of a coat.
It has tho appearanco of a suit with
skirt and short box coat belted In. But
the tout twin out to be only a bodice,
with fronts lengthened below the nar
row bolt and disappearing at tho sides
under u seam In the skirt, It 1ms a
sntln vest, prettily embroidered, and n
few very large bone buttons emplmsle
Its novel features. They ate set nloacr
the side seams In which tho Jacket
fronts loso themselves and on tho odd
lapels Into which the collar lengthens.
Wool velour Is an Ideal material for
a dress of this kind.
The girl who aspires to look tall and
slender should coiu.'der the long lines
and slmplo composition of tho dress at
the right. The plctuie portrays It with
so much fidelity that there Is nothing
that needs to bo said about it. An un
derskirt of silk, with border of cloth,
has the effect of a separate skirt, hut
the all-day dress Is, above all things,
convenient to put on, and this skirt Is
merely the lower part of a foundation
that supports the ill ess. Any of tho
faialllar and reliable wool waitings will
serve to make these dresses.
Attorneys and Counsellors
No. 179 West Washington St
Telephone Main 37M
Ret. Pho JW 3Mr.
Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys and Counsellor!
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 Robey Street
One Block South of Bluo lilnntl Avanae
118 W.Ohio Street
Phones Superior 23935279
S02S-J0 W. Madlton St.
000.00 Hfe if taUy
disabled by illness or accident.
Other splendid features in Iho policies.
Policies in smaller amounts if desired.
NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.
Phono Central 5501 39 S. LaSallo 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 AN DUREN
A phone message to West 3160 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 Armitafje Avenue Near Kedzie Avenue
Phones Albany 117 and 118