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Expert and Efficient Piano Player and Talking
Thirty-five years in business. Satisfaction guaranteed.
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59 East Van Buren Street, 3rd Floor
Tel. Harrison 2871 ' Two doors from Wabash
GEORGE R. OSTERTAG
High Grade Violins
59 East Van Buren St, Room 702
Phone Wabash 6843
Send your old violin to me, I will mako it new for you
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1016 North American Building
36 SOUTH STATE ST.
Phone Central 3028 MME. EVALYN, Maaager
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Ideal for Lunches
Dinners, Picnics, Lodge Events
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GRENNAN CAKE CORPORATION
2311 to 2333 Wilcox Street, CHICAGO
PHONE WEST 4840
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Suite 1 103 Lytton Building
Jackson Blvd. and State St., Chicago
Phone Harrison 5048
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JOSEPH TRINER COMPANY, 1333-1343 S. Ashland Ave.
INSURE WITH YOUR FRIENDS IN
The Marquette National
An Illinois Company
OFFICES INSURANCE EXCHANGE BLDG.,
Room 1821 Phone Wabash 0476
ASSETS OVER ONE MILLION DOLLARS
Little Coats Defy Midwinter
Frank A. Johnson, general sales
manager of tho Grennan Cako Cor
poration, Is ono of tho most popular
and wldeawako young mon in Chi
cago. Ho Is very popular in polit
ical circles and many predict a big
public career for him.
John T. prlscoll has dono much to
wards tho upbuilding of Chicago and
especially of tho great West Sldo.
An oxtonrlvo property ownor himself,
ho has nlwaya boon foromost In ovory
movement tending to further tho In
terests of tho city or of his follow citi
zens. No man Is inoro respected and
no man asks for less.
Lauronco . Adams, the popular
manager of tho Brovoort Hotol, has
overy reason to bo proud of his groat
restaurant It Is praised by every
body who has patronized it.
Otto Rico, tno popular socrotary and
managor of tho Quick Sorvlco Laun
dry Company, would mako a splendid
West Park commissioner. Ho is pub
lic spirited and popular, and has tho
good wishes of dIb fellow cltitona,
Charles J. Jones, tho well known
lawyor, and formor County Attorney,
Is much talked of for Congress.
Robert M. Swcltzor Is ono of tho
fow omclals In public llfo without n
blemish on his olllclnl record.
The man or woman on a
salary who desires a dia
mond can obtain the best
on the Rcnich dignified
credit plan. For thirty
years others have been
taking advantage of this
opportunity of buying fin
est Blue White Diamonds
at a saving plus credit.
You can do the same.
OPEN SATURDAY TILL S P. M.
W. E. RENICH GO.
209 So. State St., 5th Fleor
Republic Bldg., Cor. Adams
MASTER IN CHANCERY
Telephone Randolph 6634
1611 CltylHall Square Building
139,,N. CLARK STRGET
JOHN E. OWENS
Attorney and Ct umellor
III We WkNbJbI l ftNtf
John F. Tyrrell
Attorney at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
Tel. Central 4108
Jan C. McStast
uHe in, Nm Yea UUm
GEORGE R. WALKER
Or i HuItoOW.SI, 117 N. Dearborn B.
(C'.S.I SIS Kutt 40lh Htrrrt
Off.- Mirul XJI8 )!., Kenwood 610T
Against the coming of midwinter, n
new lot, of conts, for lucky little girl"),
have come to light lu the (hops. If
they ever got close enough to Jack
Frost to fipenk to him their wenrerH
will bo sure to Inugh In his face for It
will take his bitterest mood to prove
him an enemy to their comfort. These
coats are most often of thick, soft
woolly cloths made double-breasted
and having the coziest of collars. Some
of them look ns If Mary's faithful
lamb had been skinned ami Its pelt
converted Into u coat without going
through the hands of tho spinners and
weavers. Lovely and cozy describes
them and they are, of course, the prod
uct of the looms which do miracles
with wools. Tho Ilttlo coats of thick
cloths nro plain with Inset pockets
and sleeves that reach to the knuckles,
so that hands thrust Into pockets are
entirely lost sight of. They are made
with turnover collars and narrow belts
of tho material and they arc long
enough to rench below the knees.
There nro somo pretty coats of vel
veteen lined with silk. Theso nre
sometimes made with blouse and skirt
and sometimes straight. Cuffs nnd
very wldo muffler collars of fur fabric
with deep set-In pockets show them
equal to battling with tho cold, even
though they nro not ns sturdy looking '
ns tho woolly coats. Besides these
there nro many plush coats made llko
tho woolly ones, usunlly In dark colors
with plush collars that Imitate beaver
nnd buttons covered with benver plush.
They nre as warm as the woolly coats
nnd ns dressy ns tho velvet ones.
Finally, there are fur coats for Ilttlo
folks. These days one ennnot even
whisper "furs" without saying "money"
In n loud tone of voice, so only Ilttlo
rich girls will find themselves wearing
coats that arc made of pelts that once
defended small friends of theirs against
the cold. Rabbits, muskrats and squir
rels have been sacrificed to make warm
coats for the small glrl, white bunnies
for the tiniest ones nnd Just plain rab
bits for girls ns big ns the Ilttlo miss
pictured. Tho shnwl collar looks as
If It were sealskin but It Is not. Mollle
Cottontail furnished the fur nnd tho
furrier dyed It. It Is not prettier or
more comfortable than the other coats,
but It requires much more work to
make It nnd thereby hangs the tnlo
of Its long price. Such a cont costs a
little more than a hundred dollars.
Some of the Smaller Hats
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Just now millinery shops and their
patrons arc concerning themselves
with lints for midwinter. Turbans nnd
off-thc-fnee lints, small and medium In
size, mnke up n big percentage of tho
displays, nlthough they nro not alone
in their glory. There nro plenty of
lnrge, picturesque models for those
who wear them well. But tho smnller
hats nro prominent lu every class of
millinery; chic tailored hats for the
street, semi-dress hats nnd brilliant
models for afternoon wear all prove
successful in tho smaller shnpes.
Tho Napoleon hat, full of dash and
style, seems to be the Inspiration of
many models. Ono interpretation of it
appears at tho top of the group of
small nnd medium hats shown here.
This is u brilliant hat of black pnon
velvet ndorned with long stitches of
chenille nnd nn occasional velvet blos
som set flat against the upturned brim.
This Is all that can ho told of It In
tho way of description but the picture
shows Its stylo nnd youthfulness the
intnuglblo things that mako It tit com
pany for a handsome nfternoon frock
or at homo with a tailored coat.
Tho small velvet turban ut tho left
made of tucked velvet, will appeal to
the matron who Insists upon smart
.vUlluery with lines and shape suited
to Jw face. A long, sweeping wing
ut tho front consents to rest where It
Is, In the company of two hnndsomo
ornamental pins, with large heads,
that are thrust through It. It Is a
shape that will look well In any of the
season's quieter tones of color nnd
will make a fine suit hat. Another In
teresting hat for a matron Is shown
nt tho right of tho group. It Is ot
duvetyn with slnshed brim. Tho crown
Is concealed by short, uncurled os
The place of honor at the center of
the group belongs to n hnt that goes
n step boyond mere prettlness nnd
looks In another direction for Its novel
charm. It Is ono of thoso shaggy af
fairs that call to mind tho hendwear of
Robinson Crusoe. Paris has miulo
goats' hair colled by another name
a fashlonnhlo adornment for millinery
and New York has given monkey fur
much attention. Theso with glycerlned
and burnt ostrich, burnt goose and
other fenthers have been used for or
naments llko the wreath on tho black
velvet beret ut the center of tho pic
ture. A largo ivory pin lends Its nrls
tocratjc air to the ensemble, mnklng n
brilliant black nnd white combination
equal to any occasion.
A. A. Worsley DouglasL. Worsley
Attorneys and Counsellors
Nn. 179 West Washington St.
Telephons Main 372
Rei. Phop. "W A7'
ivi.u Main 90
TttUphonM I ,,,
Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys end Counsellors
IOC North La Sallo Street
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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 Blue Itland Arena
118 W.Ohio Street
Phones Superior 23935279
.'011.30 W. Madlnon St.
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NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.
Phone Central S501 39 S. LaSnlle 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 Wet 316S 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 Armita&e Avenue Near Kedzie Avenuo
Phones Albany 117 and 118