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Piano Repair Shop
Expert and Efficient Piano Player and Talking
Thirty-five year in business. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Tuning and General Repairing.
59 East Van Buren Street, 3rd Floor
Tel. Harrison 2871 Two doora from Wabash
GEORGE A. OSTERTAG
High Grade Violins
59 East Van Buren St., Room 702
Phone Wabash 6843
Send your old 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 ii built Into the
Shoe, without chanR
ing the appearance.
It bean the weight
without 1 o s I n g its
firmness. It builds
the Arch up to nor
Send for a
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 LWILCOX STREET
PHONE WEST 4840
"Learn Multigraphing and Be Letter Perfect"
The National School of Multigraphihg
Be an Expert Multigraph Operator and Double Your
Income. Ideal Office Work Positions Assured.
Suite 1103 Lytton Building
Jackson Blvd. and State St., Chicago
Phone Harrison S048
William O. Hawkins, manager for
the big eoal company of Richards A
Sons, la one of the moat popular and
wide awake business men of tha city.
He is a leader in the trade and all
who hare bad business dealings with
him respect him.
George W. PauTUn, the great fur
rier, has made a business record (or
honesty sad integrity that win tor
him hosts of frlaaes.
William H. Baker made a good rec
ord on the Banttary Board.
The Best Remedy For All Stomach Troubles
Headaches, Nervousness, Etc.
AMERICAN ELIXIR of BITTER WINE
On Sale at All Drug Stores
JOSEPH TRINER COMPANY, 133H343 S. Ashland Ave.
Alfred B. Border, the well knows
stationer, Is a veteran of the Spanish
Americas war and one of the veter
ana of Chlcasjo's eraok First Reft
ment. Ha Is popular la the hsauasa
Charles E. Ummach, president of
the weu known R. Williamson com'
pany, Is ono of Chicago's progressive
citizens who Is always working hard
for tho upbuilding of the city, and
the advancement of Its Interests. Ho
stands high with everybody who
The montlon of Alderman William
R. Fetzor for higher honors has
started a boom for that popular man.
His thousands of frionds would like
to see him elected State's Attornoy.
MoKeeile Cleland, the able former
Judge, la a man who la never afraid
to stand up for what he bellevos to
John AY. Eckhart, too popular Dem
ocratic leader would mako a good
governor of Illinois.
R. C. McWhortor, the popular presi
dent of tho Acme Doz Company, has a
host of friends In Chicago who would
like a chance to vote for him for
Mayor or some good office, where hli
splendid executive abilities could be
of service to the people.
Joseph A. OTJonnell, former legis
lator and park commissioner, Is one
of the most popular member cf till
Richard Francis Condon, the popular
chairman of tho Elks Membership
Committee is confident of adding 3000
now members to the rolls of tho organ
ization this year.
Charles Krutck;. always mads a
good public record.
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. '
Phone Central 3028 MME. EVALYN, Manager
Richard M. Hennessey, the wsU
known building contractor, has aa
honored record for ability sad a
James M. Whalon is making a splen
did record ns county civil service
commissioner. He deserves well at
the hands of tho people, as he has
always been faithful to every public
trust imposed on him.
MASTER IN CHANCERY
Tclepliono Randolph 6614
1611 City Hall Squurc Building
139 N. CLARK STREET
JOAN E. OWENS
Attorney and Counsellor
III We WasMngm Skttt
John F. Tyrrell
Attorney at Law
140 North Dearborn St.
TeL Central 4108
James C. McSlunt
Attorney and Cwmlar
Suite 822, New Yeelt Life aWlhllevg
U 9. La 90. Si.
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Spring Stages Wash Frocks
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IT is plcnnnt to fnee a summer thnt
pratnlMcs to flnil children and
grownups sciinlbly mill licuutlfiilly
Plain colors In cotton cloths appear
in about tlio tame similes as thoe thnt
are boasted by untln or Keo"J?otte
crepe, and some of the new cottons
have u finish ns soft ns georgette.
Thevo materials made up with or
gandie In wlilto or In contrasting color
are to be credited with ns pretty
frocks ns can be made. We linvo only
to look at tho frock for a little girl,
shown In the picture, and Imagine It
In any of the light colors, rose-pink,
canary, blue, Jado green, with frills,
collar nml cuffs of white organdie, to
apprechito Its beauty. It Is too simply
designed to need description, but one
must not overlook the cut of the collnr
which Is wide In both the front nnd
Imrk, nor neglect to notice that nn or
gandie frill finishes the tufTotn hat.
White cotton fox nnd canvas shoes be
long with ii dress of this kind.
Next to the plain colors for frocks
of this kind, small cheeks In white
and n color find the most favor. They
all requisition plain white, In organdie
or In n heavier weave, to touch tip the
color nnd give the frock dnlntlness.
In the little frock pictured we find n
dress equal to dress-up requirements,
ami In It the young timid may make
her Journeys to Sunday school or to
parties with equal assurance.
New Coats Lure Motorist
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MOTOItlNO hardly needs nn extra
lure when early spring begins to
call us out of doors, but If It needed
one, tho new cents und capes would
surely provldo It. Already wo are ac
cused of cultivating tho giisollne tramp
and tho motor hoho In the wldo
stretches of this country with some
thing worth while at the end of each
Among tho new nml very attractive
wraps for tho motorist thero nro long,
enveloping wipes In soft wool plaids,
fringed at the bottom with wool fringe
and provided with silts for tho arms
nnd big patch pockets for belongings ;
"Slongollo" that Is goat hair collars
are cozy nnd becoming on them, but
may be replaced by collars of cloth.
A plain collar, gray for Instance, with
n cross tmr In yellow, or other strong
color, makes a handsome coat or cape.
If a coat Is preferred In these cross,
barred or striped cloths, u model
worth study Is shown above. It Is ns
roomy and comfortuble ns a nipt) and
probably somewhat warmer. With this
coat appears ono of those nuw oil-cloth
hats that the motorist finds sohes all
the problems of motor millinery. Coats
are also made of this light, flexible
oil-cloth and have advantages for the
motorist who trutels anytime, ruin or
shine, hut tboy are for tho woman who
can nlTnril moro Hum ono coat.
GEORGE R. WALKER
Or I flalU0M.St.ll7N. Dcerbwa St.
HKS.l S4S Rut 46th 8trt
Ofllr- i nlral SS1I K., Kntweod IT
A. A. Worsley Douglas L. Worsley
Attorneys and Counsellor
No. 179 West Washington St
Telephone Mela 37M
Re. Phni-. JeW
Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys tnd Counsellor!
106 North La Salle Suee
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 Dlue IiUnd Avea
118 W.Ohio Street
Phones Superior 2393-5279
lll-l W. Mldlion St.
,000.00 Hfe if totally
disabled by illness or accident.
Other splendid features in the policies.
Policies in smaller amounts if desired.
NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.
Phone Central 5S01 39 S. LaSalle 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 West 3168 for our wagon to call for your
shirt bundle, 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 wiH
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
3118-26 Armitage Avenue Near Kedzie Avenue
Phones Albany 117 and 118