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the AItT of TencliItiR Mtmlo nnd Direct
Ins One' MualoEducatlon.
Elementary, Intermediate, Ad
vanced) Teacher' Certificate,
and Graduate Course.
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218 South Wabaih Avenue
ItEOPKNH SGtTRMUEn 2nd
Piano Repair Shop
Expert and Efficient Piano Player and Talking
Thirty-five years in butincis. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Tuning and General Repairing.
59 East Van Buren Street, 3rd Floor
Tel. Harrison 2871 Two doors from Wabash
GEORGE A. OSTERTAG
High Grade Violins
59 East Van Buren St., Room 702 '
Phono Wabash 6843
Send your old violin to me, I will make it now for you
Don't Let Your Arches Break Down
Support is unlike any
other Support on the
It is built into the
Shoe, without chang
ing the appearance.
It bears the weight
without losing its
firmness. It builds
the Arch up to nor
Send for a
Samplo 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
PHONE WEST 4840
"Learn Mulligraphing and Be Letter Perfect"
The National School of Multigraphing
Be an Expert Multigraph Operator and Double Your
Income. Ideal Office Work Positions Assured.
Suite 1 103 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
36 SOUTH STATE ST.
Phon. Central 3028 MME, EVALYN, Manager
Dennis J. Egan is a Democratic
leader of forco, ability and popularity.
James M. Whalon is making a splon
did record as county civil sorvlco
commissioner. Ho deserves well at
the hands of tho people, ns ho has
always boon faithful to every public
trust Imposed on him.
Fred W. Upham is always on hand
when Chicago wants him, whether it
Is to bring a national convention to
tho city, or to win anything big for
tho town, Upham is always the leader
in tho movement.
Menard M. Renneanor, the noil
known building contractor, haa aa
honored record for ability and M-cloucy.
Goorgo E. Drennnn Is one of th.
ublcat nnd most popular Democratic
leaders in Illinois. His acquaintance
with conditions all over tho atato, hi
great circlo of friends and his unlm
poachnblo democracy are strong ele
ment in his success.
Michael Corcoran, tho popular bill
poster, with headquarters at 177 Wost
Washington street Is ono of tho busi
est men in Chicago. His work for
tho government during tho war kopt
him pretty busy, but tho business and
theatrical world now claims nil 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.
OPEN SATURDAY TILL 9 P. M.
W. E. RENICH CO.
2C9 So. Stale St., 5lh Floor
.Republic Bldg., Cor. Adams
A1ASTER IN CHANCERY
Telephone Randolph 6614
1611 Cltylllall Square Building
139 N. CLARK STREET
JOHN E OWENS
Attorney and Counsellor
111 test WKMngtai Stott
John F. Tyrrell
Attorney at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
Tel. Central 4108
James C. McSlmae
Attorney and CourmIit
Suit 022, New Ywfc Ufa BulUam
So. La SeJle It.
TUfcWM Central III
GEORGE R. WALKER
It Bolt OtS-Sl. 1Z7 N. Dearborn M.
HKS.t SIS Bait 4Btn Street
Offloe, f.ntrei ISIS IU., Keuwoo 7T
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Diversity in Matched Sots
II I TMII.-M1 .TMBJli,. .l l MW " M J l WJ
The M-ii'iin lias liruit'lit out u great
inniiy iimtchiM) set- niuilo up f collar
nnd iiiuir, with Imt to match, or nink
lileco ami inulT with cud's or bug to
match, or simply of neckpiece- ami
muff. The selection of articles In tins
set (lepemW upon the eliimieter of the
fur or the fur fabric tiM-d iiml the In
dividual tasie of tho wearer, mill fur
fulirlc Iiiim' iiuiile mi exercNe of hull
vidua! tuxle iiuicli les illlllciill limn It
used to lie. fur the (llllleiililei In ev
lug anil tiiittchliig furs nte Hlinlniiiril
where fur fulirlci lire immI.
Mlllcheil sels will lntiret Hie Until
an uho likes unriiifiitx tlmt are out of
the oi'illmii'.x iiml tlmt uin reilect her
own tiisle. ii" well u the thrifty oiii
nun hi-ii id niiiiti' over u:n iPicmx null
have olittti vttil tin. xt.vlc In which llicy
were niude. The IiumiI-oiiic mid rlcii
loolillli; set xliowu nliovc. uliiwe (lep
cull's help to ninle It so cn.,v.ooklug,
presents no illllletilttes tlmt the uvcr
ago needlewoman will fear to face,
even If a fur Is ueil for It. In a fur
fabric It Is env sailing for the liuinu
dress'maker. This set Is umite of hem
ml, ono of the mot heautlfiil of thosi
marvelous fur fabrics that are the
glory of the looms.
Wo havu liccomo iiceulomril to fur
fabrics that deceive tho eye, anil tak
them as a matter of course. In kera
ml the mimicry of nature goes below
tho surface, for the pile has a brnnzo
background below Its black tip. Tho
brown Is glimpsed through the black
when the pile Is down, after the man
ner of great and mighty nature In the
pelts of iiiiiumls. rattern makers In
all the stnmliml pattern concerns pro
lile patterns for neckpieces and cuffs,
ami if tall shops carry inulT beds al
tviMb lined, In various sixes and
shapes, for the convenlenco of those
who undertake the making of sets nt
Kernml rccmliles broadtail a fur
that hures honors with ermine and
sable for elegance and excels all
others In dignity. H has a glossy sur
face, rcilettlng the light unequally, ac
cording to the direction of the hairs
(or "pile" In a fabric), affording an
Incomparably beautiful play of light
and shadow. Owing to Its origin many
women nre averse to wearing It. but
the niantifuctuied fur fabric relieves
one from qualms of conscience.
Pretty Things Made of Ribbon
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There mv sueli eatlcliig things on
display at the rlbluui countei-.x that
ono would like to photograph all ot
them and divide the Joy of looking at
them with many other people. Hut
then ate articles enough to till a
book, so only the most attractive and
practical can bo selected for the brief
space allotted the picture In a news
paper article and a series of pictures
Is needed to present examples of the
ninny different sorts of thing- made
of ribbons. There are so many kinds
of hags that this one 'theino Is laex
linustlhle. Next In Importance como
ribbons In lingerie, both for making
nnd adorning garments, thou lmlr
bows nnd then household articles p.
lows, picture frames, boxes nnd things'
of that kind. Hut these divisions do
not Include everything useful and or
namental miido of ribbon.
In tho picture aboe, two camisoles,
n breakfast cup, and a lingerie bow
aro shown, with a carriage band and
n celluloid rattle held by a narrow
shirred ribbon, for the baby. The
camisoles aro among tho simplest
of those displayed, In many of which
lace plays a rolo as Impnrtnnt as rib
bon. A very wide ribbon In light
weight and colored talVeta Is used
for tho camisole shown at tho left of
tho group. Ono must tako a length
equal to ono and a fourth times tho
bust measitro for making this mode,
finishing one edge with an insert Inn
and edging of lace and the other with
a casing for a Hat elastic baud. Thu
Insertion and edging aro Joined by a
i narrow beading which carries u length
of baby ribbon that serves to gather
' up the top of the camisole and adjust
It to the ligiire. The shoulder straps
are simply lengths of narrow taffeta
or satin ribbon; usually satin Is used
In the caniNole at the right n wide
Mitln ribbon Is edged with u broad
band of Hue white net, doubled and
sewed to the ribbon at one edge. A
row of stitching In tho net, near the
top edge, forms a casing which cnrrles
a ver narrow satin ribbon that serves
to draw the camisole up and ties lu
a Hat bow with two long ends at the
front. Theve ends terminate in Hi tin
bows. The same narrow ribbon serves
for shoulder wraps with small bows
mi the shoulders.
Satin ribbon laid In single box
plaits, forms the breakfast cap pic
tured. Iiuln ribbon Is sewed to the
plaiting along ono edge and gathered
at tho center to form tho crown,
where a little how Is posed. I.lttlo
ribbon (lowers set cloe together mako
u pretty HtiMi mid miUh ribbon forms
the long bridle Hint hung from the
sides of the cap. Narrow satin ribbon
Is used for mal.liiu' tho lingerie bow
and Is shirred over Hat elastic for tho
baby I'liriiuge band. To Join the rnr
tie to the little wrist band that holds
It, It Is merel.v shirred.
A.A.Worsley Douglas LWorsley
Attorneys and Counsellors
No. 179 West Washington St
Telephone- Main 37M
Roe. Phpo. JerfeU
Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys and Counsellori
106 North La Salle 5trt
LARGEST VENEER PLANT IN THE WORLD
TELEPHONE CANAL 930, 931
C. L. Willey Co.
C. B. WILLEY, President
Manufacturer and Dealer ia
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
Office, Yard and Dock: 2558 South Robey Street
One Block South of Blue IiUnd AraatM
118 W.Ohio Street
Phones Superior 2393-5279
IOil-10 W. Mention St.
$i,o 00.00 SSiTJSs
disabled by illness or accident.
Other splendid features in the policies.
Policies in smaller amounts if desired.
NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.
Phono Central 5501 39 S. LaSnlle St.
John Agar Co.
Phono 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 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 Armitage Avenue Near Kedzie Avenue
Phones Albany 117 and 118
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