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John T. Drlscoll has dono much to-
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especially of tlio great West Side.
n exlcnrlvo property owner himself,
ho has always been foremost In overy
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Otto nico, tho popular secretary and
manugor of tho Quick Servlco Laun
dry Company, would mnko a splendid
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lic spirited and popular, and has tho
good wishes of his fellow cltliens.
Charles J. Jones, tho well known
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Is much talked of for Congress.
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1611 CltylHall Square Building
139. N. CLARK STREET
JOHN L OWENS
Attorney and Counsellor
ill We WetfNnJtoa Stttf
John F. Tyrrell
Attorney at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
Tel. Central 4108
James C. McSkait
Attorns and CaunsslW
Suite 622, New Yewfc Life wtUto
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Veiatbaa. Ceataal SIS
Hats Agree to Disagree
An almost endless number of styles,
with none of them dominant ns yet,
characterize the rilplny of millinery
and gowns this honson. The powers
that Ito In the production nf them mutt
have agreed to disagree, for every de
signer appears to have operated In
dependently of tho others In n meas
ure. In fabrics they are of ono mind,
but In costumes we hnvo widely vary
ing hlllinuettes the straight mid slim
from one eourcc, the draped llgure
from another, wide hip and crinoline
effects from several. Skirts nnd
sleeves from some authoritative houses
persist In being very short both are
lengthened by others, and bodices re
veal a disparity more striking than
any other, going from very low necks
to collars so high that they reach the
ears. There Is u lack of coherence
in the modes, but In the wide variety
ofTcred certainly every type of face
and figure can be suited.
Among the stylcn that have been
received with cnthuclnMii by discrim
inating Judges of good millinery there
are many incdlutn-r.lr.pd h its. A group
of four, shown above, presents widely
different types, caeh of them having
scored a success. Whatever may
be the difference nf opinion about
shapes, designers arc agreed upon the
use of rich mnterlnls, end the four
hats that constitute this group arc tine
exnmples of tho mode.
The hat at tho top 1ms a moderate
ly wide brim and represents the wide
brimmed class that Includes many pic-
turecnm models that nro very wide.
This hut l of panne velvet faced with
plain velvet, nnd Is trimmed with a
wieath of ostrich plumes ending in
n short, droopy plume. Ostrich, curled
nnd uncurled, Is with us again In
plumes big and little, long and short.
It returns from u banishment that
lasted several seasons.
Velvet and long napped beaver
make the pretty hnt with big, soft
crown, nt the left of the group. An
embroidered pattern at the right sldo
ofthe crown and n sash of narrow silk
and gold ribbon around It are nil that
It needs for trimming.
The hat nt the right Is one of tho
smartest for a matron. It Is rather
Intrlcntc as to brim, and has a light
draped crown all of velvet. A rib
bon is tied nbout tho crown, ending
in n bow at the front In n manner so
simple and so artful thnt it bespeaks
the hand of an artist. Three tall,
glycerlued ostrich plumes arc mounted
nt the back.
The lat hnt recalls tho Napoleon
shape anil employs velvet In two col
orsblack on the upturned brim nnd
silver gray on the crown. Lengthwlso
groups of tucks with small gray tassels
between them proclaim this a mem
ber of the tailored class, with lean,
ings In the direction of trimming.
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In suits, as In frocks nnd hats, there
Is u considerable variety In styles to
choose from this season. But these
differences are not very apparent nn
. til ono has given Milts n more than
casual study; they Ho in small de
tails of design. At tho beginning of
tho season suits presented coats both
short nnd long, but tho longer coats
hnvo persisted and aro accepted.
Skirts are wider and hnvo gradually
grown u little shorter than In tho
early models. A happy medium Is al
ways a safer choice In street clothes,
but tho Item of bccomlngness Is moro
Important than ntsy other nnd thero Is
n suit for every llguro this season.
Women should find themselves moro
becomingly clothed thnu In seasons
whero styles nro less varied; at pres
ent thero Is every chunco to suit In
Two of tho plainer suits, aro Illus
trated above. At tho left tho model
Is ono of those that refuses to tils
penso with a vest In u contrasting
color, that had eueh a voguo during
tho summer. But it shows a iwt much
lengthened nnd a skirt comfortably
wide. Its collar and fastening aro dis
tinctly of tho now season, where col
lars aro uniformly Miug and cozy look
lug nnd either of fur or " '
straight lines are emphasized by small
tucks at each sldo of the coat, but a
nnrrow belt of tho mnterlnl adjusts
them to the llgure In u way that is
easy and smart.
In the suit nt tho right thero is a
revelation of tho liking for fancier
designs In tailored clothes. Oddities
of cut, with now fabrics and new col
ors, mnko n strong appeal to Individ
ual tasto and account for many un
usual designs. Duvetyn, peachblow,
velours and similar cloths aro favored
for suits of this character, and trleo
tlno Is best liked for tho plainer mod
els, although this Is no hnrd-and-fust
rule. Urown, taupe, reindeer, dark
green, besides nnvy, aro fush.'onablo
colors with which collars and cuffs of
seal or heaver, squirrel nnd kolinsky
look particularly well. In tho suit
shown hero Hudson senl makes deep
cuffs and n choker that will Justify tho
added expenslveness of furs, which Is
considerable this year, by doing duty
with other costumes. Very small tucks
und very largo buttons Invito consid
eration us a trimming.
GEORGE R. WALKER
i Bu!U ItS-Sl, 1ST N. Dearborn I
MKS.I III Xat 6U Street
Offlr. I ntral ISIS Bee., Kenwood (111
A. A. Worsley DouglasL. Worslsy
Attorneys and Counsellors
No. 179 West Washington St
Telephone Main 372S
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Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys tnd Counsellor
106 North La Salle Street
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Phone West 3232
330-332 South Paulina St.
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OTTO RICE, Secretary and Manager
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