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JlKOr-KNS SRFTKMBER Snd
Piano Repair Shop
Expert and Efficient Piano Player and Talking
Thirty-five years in business, Satisfaction guaranteed.
Tuning and Gcnornl Repairing,
59 East Van Buren Street, 3rd Floor
Tol. 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
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1311 North Clark Street
Support is unlike any
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It is built into the
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It bears the weight!
without losing its
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2311 to 2333 WILCOX STREET
PHONE WEST 4840
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Jackson Blvd. and State St., Chicago
Phone Harrison 5048
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JOSEPH TRINER COMPANY, 1333-1343 S. Aahkna At.
CUTTING AND DESIGNING
Try tke ftf. Diogot System which teaches yea to desig
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M SOUTH STATE ST.
Small Parks and Playgrounds.
Spoclul Park Commission (appoint
ed by tho mayor) Aldermen Eugon
H. Block (chairman), Jobn J. Cough
lln, Oscar Do I'rlost, Edward F. Cul
ierton, Joseph II. Smith, Herman H
Onndt, Frank J. Link, Max Adamow
ski, John Ilruhec.
Secretary Waltor Wright.
Superintendent of Parks and City
Forests J. H. Prost.
Superintendent of Playgrounds and
Bathing Doachcs Theo. A. Gross.
omco of Commission 1004 city
Lincoln Park Board.
Presldont--Francis T. Simmons.
Vice-president John II. Hardin.
Auditor Androw LanqutsU
Troasuror Frcdorick H. Haweon.
Secrotary and Superintendent
John C. Cannon.
Superintendent of Employment'
Herman K. Gnadt.
Attorney Itobort It. Baldwin.
Mombcrs Francis T. Slmmohs,
Androw Lanqulst, John H. Hardin,
William Wrlgloy, Jr., Albort W.
Goodrich, Samuel M. Folton nnd Ber
tram M. Winston.
West Chicago Park Board.
President John F. Smulskl.
Socrotary Samuol Shapiro.
Treasurer William Ganschow.
Auditor nichard J. Powers.
Suporlntondont A. C. Shrador.
Superintendent of Employment
Fred G. Houchllng.
Confidential Clork John A. Polka.
Attorney llobert E. Gontzol.
Assistant Attornoy Wm. W. Smith.
Members John F. Smulskl, Sam
uel Shapiro, William Ganschow, Rich
ard J. Fdwors, William F. Grower,
Jons C. Hansen and John I. Ba&dsl
South Park Board.
President, John Barton Payne.
Vlco president, Charles L-. Hutch
Auditor, Albert Mohr.
Troasuror, William A. Tilden.
Secretory, John F. Nell.
Attornoy, Boy O. Wost.
General suporlutondont, J. Y. Fos
tor. Superintendent of Employment, CoL
i. C. Carbaugh.
Members: John Barton Fayn,
Clinrlcs L. Hutchinson, John Bain,
h. B. Patterson and Albort Mohr.
John W. Eckhart, tho morchant
miller, Is not only a loader In tho
commorclnl llfo of Chicago, but ho is
a loader In Its political llfo as woll.
Mombors of tho Iroquois Club aro
novcr tired of telling of how much Mr.
Eckhart has dono towards tho building
up of that organization and his work
for tho success of tho Democratic
party In National and local elections
has boon offcctlvo and great and has
contributed much towards bringing
victory to tho Domocratlo standards.
Jacob Lovy, tho woll known Twen
ty-flrst ward Domocratlo loador, would
mako a good county commissioner.
Walter E. Alien, vico-prcsldent and
gcnornl manager of tho Universal
Eloctrlc Washer Company, is ono of
tho most respected business men in
Chicago. Ho Is progressiva, nctlvo
and popular and is ono of tho young
Chlcngoans who is making tho city
Tho Chicago Association of Com
morco la doing great work for Chi-cag6.
A1ASTER IN CHANCERY
Telephone Randolph 66J4
1611 City.. Hall Square Building
139 N. CLARK STREET
JOHN E. OWENS
Attorney an Counsellor
III tfctf WMmi UN
James C. McSkaat
Attorney ami Cwralar
Suit Ml, Nw Ya Life BuiUftaa
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UNBLEACIIED domestic cotton, In
tho heavy, strong qualities, la
ntnotiR tho reliable tlilnys tlnit the
li'gh coat of living hs lirmiKlit Into
new uses. A few women lmvo mudo
themselves luingiilnw nnrotis unit house
drosses of It for summer wear nnd
It proves surprisingly nttrnetlve with
n little simple, needlework ns Its lln
Ish. Where It proves itnit tieful Ih
In attire for little folks In dresses
and wllps or nprons. The natural col
or makes a line background for little
llKures worked hi cross-stitch on pock
ets or belts bunnies, chickens, birds,
klttcim and other small friends of
In tho matter of price, for several
things, the steady upward progress
nppears to have reached the point
where women balk at paying It. They
nro demanding less expensive millinery
for one thing urn! are determined to
do without silk garments unless the
prlres become stable and less icx
horbltnnt for silk fabrics. In u few
cities, leagues have been formed
whoso members pledge themselves to
wear their clothes until they nro worn
out. Suits and dresses of wool are
remodeled nnd worn with good grace
since It Is hard to get reliable goods
even at the Increased prices. Shoes
are maintained by Journeys to the
repair shiai where new half soles
and rehabilitated heels, give them a
prolonged term of service. Thofo
economies are enforced In most cases,
but It is a good thing that American
women nro going through this ex
perience for they have long been ac
cused of being the most extravagant
and wasteful of civilized people.
This season there is a good chance
to economize In millinery because
lints Include many shapes that were
worn last year, or even In earlier sea
sons. Sailor shapes, wide brimmed
leghorns, aonie of tho "cloche" or
drooping brimmed hats as well us
toques and turbans of former sea
sons need only u little alteration to
make them entirely up-to-date. The
light colors that hnve become soiled,
may be vuniMiod with n darker color,
or black and It Is the simplest thing
In the uorld to do this work at home.
There arc several stains or varnishes
on tho market, usually for sn!e In
drugstores, that are easy to apply.
The vogue for dotted Swiss organdie
In facings and trimmings suggests
ono way of bilngliig the bats of yes
tor year up-to-date. These timd-tlnls
are used over straw shapes and to
mako entire hats. Collars and cuffs
to match the hat. made of the mtno
SwIfs or organdie, ndd tho smartest
kind of touch to ii street oilttlt. Of
course, every woman has it right to
one now bat in tho spring, but she
Is entitled to others If sho Is clever
enough to make them herself and one
hat will hardly answer alt purposes.
Even If It would there Is pleasure In
a little variety in one's headwear.
A Lingerie Convenience.
Those who have had the annoyanco
of having the lingerie tape slip from
the beading of camisole or gown will
appreciate this simple hint. When tho
tape or ribbon Is 11 rut put through tho
eyelets or heading, turn under tho
ends and sew a white pearl button to
each end. The button should be largo
enough, of course, not to slip through
Net Popular Blouse Material.
Imported blouses are showing net us
n iimterlnl highly favored, particularly
when It Is combined with lace as trim
ming. Another feature of the now
Mouses from Paris Is the long sleeves
which appear In almost "very style.
'1'he-e either come In tln'i'l" about the
wrist or hang In bell-l'auhlou over thu
Silk Rivals Wool in Suits
i Xj mm fi
HOW ATTBACTIVELY outfitted
for n summer tlino promenado is
tho beautiful girl pictured hero I She
bus arrived tit a stunning appearance
by employing simple means, and In
this enso tho character of tho fabric
iWed is almost altogether responsible
for tho success of tho costume. This
Is ono of many spring suits madu of
heavy fiber silk, which aro vicing with
those of wool materials In tho spring
displays. These silks have a brilliant
luster nnd aro woven In mnny novel
patterns employing ono or two colors.
Thoy hnvo been used heretofore for
sports wear, morn than for any other,
but progress In weaving them has
opened a now Held of usefulness and
thoy aro delighting designers by sup
plying a now nnd wonderful medium
for street and formal suits.
There Is a great variety of weaves
In this modern silk, the crepo and
ribbed effects predominating, with
many now drop-stltch designs. These
now weaves Insplro designers to fur
ther efforts In tho Invention of styles
stilted to them, Such brilliant effects
In the iimterlnl make much decoration
quite out of tho question and this ac
counts for tho simplicity which Is so
effective In suits and costumes Hint
nro inudo of colorful or lustrous fabrics.
In tho suit pictured two tones of
color, gray and green, both In rather
dark shades, aro woven In plain crepo
and checkerboard pattern. Tho plain
weave makes tho skirt and Is used
on tho coat In collar and girdle. The
collar merges Into a facing below tho
walst-llue. There Is nothing to de
scribe In tho suit Hint may not bo
gathered from tho picture. Its very
long, cloMMlttlng sleeves with fascinat
ing frills of laco falling over the
hands and tho plaited Jabot of wide,
net-top lace, that play tho part of a
vest at tho front, aro details that can
not bo spared from this design.
Hat, shoes, htocklugs and parasol
have all been carefully selected for
this suit. Tho hat In light gray and
dark green has a spice of black In nar
row bunds of patent leather, to give
It sparkle. Shoes and stockings arc
gray and green predominates In the
parasol where bands of black repeat
the black note In the hat.
GEORGE R. WALKER
or It Snlt Mt-lt. Ml N. BMrbwa S.
IIES.I I4 Bm OWi StrM
ear I ntral MIS Km., Kwnrf STtl
A, A. Worslty I DouglasL, WoreUy
Attorneys and Counsellors
N. 171 West Washuagtea St
Coburn & Bentley
Attorneys end Counsellors
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