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Piano Repair Shop
Expert and Efficient Piano Player and Talking
Thirty-five yeara in butlnett. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Tuning and General Repairing.
59 East Van Buren Street, 3rd Floor
Tel. Harrison 2871 Two door from Wabath
GEORGE A. OSTERTAG
High Grade Violins
. 59 East Van Buren St, Room 702
Phone Wabath 6843
Send your eld violin to me, I will make it new for you
Don't Let Your Arches Break Down
Support is unlike any
other Support on the
It it built into the
Shoe, without chang
inff the appearance.
It bears the weight
without 1 o i i n g its
firmness. It builds
the Arch up to 'nor'
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Sample Pair and
STEINBRECHER MFG. CO.
1311 North Clark Street CHICAGO
Ideal for Lunches
Dinners, Parties, Lodge Events
All Social Affairs
GRENNAN CAKE CORPORATION
2311 to 2333 WILCOX STREET
"Learn MulUgraphing and Be Letter Perfect"
The National School of Multigraphing
Be an Expert Multigraph Operator and Double Your
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Suite 103 Lytton Building
Jackson Blvd. and State St., Chicago
Phone Harrison 5048
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.
CUTTING AND DESIGNING
Try the M. Diogot System which teaches you to design
garments of distinction for Men, Women and Children.
1016 North American Building
38 SOUTH STATE ST.
Pkee Central M28 MME. EVALYN, Managor
Judgo John Stollc is making a groat
rocord in tho spcodora' court
.Tamos M. Wlmlon is making n splen
did rocord as county civil sorvlce
commissioner. Ho dosorves well at
tho hands of tho paoplo, as ho has
always boon faithful to ovory public
trust lmposod on him.
Fred W. Upham is always on hand
when Chicago wants him, whothor it
Is to bring a national convention to
tho city, or to win anything big for
tho town, Upham is always tbo leader
in the movement.
Richard M. Hennessey, the well
know bulldlas- eoatraeter, ku sa
honored record (or ability aa eaV
George B. Srennaa Is oat of Um
ablest and most popular Democrat!
leaders la Illinois. His acqeatataaee
with conditions all over the state, Bis
great circle of friends aad his unim
peachable democracy are street .la
ments ta his snecess.
Michael Corcoran, the popular bill
poster, with headquarters at 177 West
Washington street Is one of the busi
est men In Chicago. His work for
tho government during the war kept
him pretty busy, but the business and
thoatrlcal world now claims all of his
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.
OPIN SATURDAY TILL S P. M.
W. E. RENICH CO.
209 So. State St., 5th FLs
Republic Bldg ., Cor. Adams
MASTER IN CHANCERY
Telephone Randolph 66J4
loilCltylHall Square Duildlng
139.N. CLARK STREET
JOHN E. OWENS
Attorney and Gt oMeHor
John F. Tyrrell
Attorney at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
Tel. Central 4108
Jamef C. Md&aat
Suite MS, New Yea Life stolUSM
GEORGE R. WALKER
UP I Suite MS-Sl, HI N. Dearborn Si.
HBS.I 846 East Sth Street
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Silk and cotton, chamois or wash
able kid gloves, arc preferred for
glove? that must be often cleaned, and
they nro the only practical kinds for
business women, or others who must
wear them every day. Chamolscttc
cloth that looks like chamois skin
Is made in all tho glove colors and
white, and it Is the most satisfactory
material for everyday wear. Oloves
made of It should be washed in luke
warm water with a bland soap, rinsed
and hung up to dry. If stitched with
black it Is better to wash In cold wa
ter; squeeze as dry as possible In a
soft towel and dry quickly to keep the
black from running. Pieces of turlc
tsh towel stuffed Into gloves of this
kind will help to prevent the color
from spreading while they are drying,
and also prevent drying In streaks,
which sometimes happens when the
gloves are hung tip to dry without
this precaution. With gloves as with
stockings, it Is best to have several
pairs and wear them In rotation, wash
ing them when soiled. Three pairs
Will insure clean gloves for a week,
even In tho smoke-laden air of cities.
Cotton and silk gloves may be very
successfully darned, using a glove
darner in the Angers. Double finger
tips In silk gloves are worth the extra
price, they bring, for It is more diffi
cult to darn silk gloves than cotton
How to Care for Kid Qlovee.
There aro right and wrong ways of
putting on gloves. The right way
docs not Injure them ; tho wrong way
weakens and tears the skin or fabric
In a very short time, ninck kid gloves
ehould be kept In paraffin or oiled
paper. A black glove Is a white skin
painted. This paint will harden and
dry If not properly cared for. All
E'ovc.h should be kept away from salt
or damp air as much as possible.
They should bo kept dry, but away
from heat. Tlmo and great core
should be tnken In putting them on
tho first time, so that the scams may
not bo stretched.
Cleaning Kid Gloves.
After tho gloves hnvo been cleaned
with petrol or benzine, and they are
quite dry, place them on the hand and
stroke firmly with a bone saltspoon,
beginning at the finger tips and work
ing down to tho wrist. This smooths
and polishes the kid, and tho gloves
keep clean much longer.
Mending the Gloves.
Use cotton thread for mending kid
gloves, a? silk thread will cut tho kid.
Do not use the over stitch, as It al
ways shows so plainly. Take a stitch
on one side of the scam and then a
stitch on the opposite side, and draw
them together. This keeps the regu
lar seam Intact and conceals the fact
that the glove Is mended.
To Keep Evening Gleve. Clean.
To keep evening gloves clenn In a
street car or train draw a pair of
loose white Mtk or lisle glove, over
the kid. The outer gloves may ba
easily drawn off and slipped Into
muff or pocket.
Long Gloves, Cut Off.
Cut off the hand part of long gloves.
The arm part is perfectly good. Take
It to n glove factory, and have a short
pair of gloves, that match In color,
sewed on the arm part, or you can do
It yourself, Hng a feather or em
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Tho little company of fine fabrics
or underthlngs which women usually
consider when the trousseau must be
planned include batiste, nainsook,
wash silk, satin and crepe-de-chlno.
But crepe georgette had only to knock
at tho door and It was admitted to
this charming company; the sheerest
and daintiest, but tho least practical
member of It. However, It Is thero
among tho others and dostined to stay,
for In 8plto of Its delicacy It Is not
fragile. This Is ono of the .now de
partures in the styles for underthlngs.
Another is tho uso of colors instead of
white In materials and printed as well
as plain patterns.
For tho purposo of decorating, lin
gerie laces, ribbons and needle work of
various kinds havo not found any ri
vals. Little chiffon roses find a place
on tho sheerest garments and narrow
ribbons aro used In frills and shlr
rings on them. Hut tlicso nro for lux
urious and llttle-uscd garments. On
those that aro nioro dependable,
rosettes and bows that can bo pinned
on and ribbons that can bo easily
taken out or put In, with tho usual
llngcrlo laces and stltchery, are used.
Not all undergarments aro frilly and
lacy thero aro many very plain
tilings, simple and tailored, that con
tent' themselves with hem-stitching and
perhaps a single prim little bow for
But not to this class belong the
night dress and envelope chemise
shown In tho picture. Batiste and all
the silks available for undergarments
aro to bo had in printed designs sim
ilar to that used for these two pretty
garments that aro tho glory of tho
trousseau. Here they ore mado of
flowered wash silk, with frills of lace
about the neck nnd slcovo openings
and frills of ribbon about the bottom.
Pretty bow knots mado of shirred rib
bon, having chiffon roses set In them,
nro set on tho front of both the night
dress and tho chemise. Light pink is
tho favorlto color for undergarments
but other colors nro used. Tho sheer
est fabrics nro not often chosen In
white, but cottons nnd silks that aro
to bo often laundered nro better In
whlto than In colors. Batlsto In light
plnl: stands tubbing well and has
marie an Important placo for Itself in
American made lingerie.
A. A. Worsley DouglasLWorsUy
Attorneys and Counsellors
No. 179 West Washington St
Telephone Mala 37M
Ret. Pb- JerteW
Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys tnd Counsellor i
108 North La Salle Street
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C L. Willey Co.
C B. WILLEY, President
Manufacturer and Dealer m
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
Office, Yard and Dock: 2558 South Rebey Street
Oae Block South of Blue Itlanel Avowee
118 W.Ohio Street
rhene Superior 2313-5271
111-11 W. lUCltOB St.
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NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.
Phone Central 5501 39 S. LaSalle St.
John Agar Co.
Phone Drover 8200
4057 South Union Street
W. Fs, Cummings
Phone West 3232
330-332 South Paulina St.
319-321-323 S. PAULINA ST.
HEAR VAN BUREN
A phone message to West 316S for our wagon to call for your
shirt bunillc, 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
3118-21 Armitage Avenue Near Kedzie Avenue
Phones Albany 117 and 118