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THE OH.OAO t XL MATCHES ALWAYS IN PLACE Holder It One of the Most Convenient Thlngt for the Bedroom or the "Den." Vhero tunny members of n family happen to bo smokers, boxes ol tnnti'hes have the most wonderful knack of disappearing never to return, nml under those circumstances a holder for matches that cannot bo re moved Is a deslrablo possession. It Is also nice to keep matches In a bed room In such a position that they can bo easily found lit the dark, and the holder wo Illustrate can be Iuiiir upon tho wall within easy reach of the bed To make If Cut out a piece ol Btlft cardboard measuring 6 Inches b) bb Inches. Hound the upper corner! and score a lino across the cardboard at tho point Indicated by the dotted line In tho diagram on the right ol the illustration, and cut away the space marked with a cross. The card Is smoothly covered on both side with pate green striped silk, and the portion marked "A" bent upwards tc form tho front of the tray for the matches, and to hold It In position GOOD CRIB FOR THE BABY . 6 -w 1 . m i KoVlBtri J mk mm - .- m.,tt&zm. (j MCft two small triangular pieces of card covered with silk are sewn in on el thcr Bide. A piece of cardboard is next cut out rather larger than the space that has been cut away In tho upper part ol tho holder, and a piece of sandpaper is glued to the card, and It is then glued on to the hack of tho holder so that the surface of the sandpaper fills up the open space. It Is edgod through out with fine silk cord. Two small rings arc sewn on to the upper edges by which It is suspended, This holder is intended for containing wax matches or small wooden matches that can bo struck on the sandpaper Clothes Basket Inexpensive and Makes Ideal Sleeping Place fr Small Ruler of the Household. If you do not want to go to the ex penso of n bassinet that baby will booh outgrow it Is a good Idea to util ize an ordinary clothes basket, which may bo turned over to Its original uso when baby is ready for a crib. It pays to get u good quality wicker, for It handles give away tho contents will como to grief. Select a good she, too, j largo enough to accommodato an ordl nary bed pillow snugly fitted in for a mattress. Tho sides should rlso high enough abovo tho pillow on the sides to keep Master Daby safely ensconced. Lino tho basket with double layers of cotton wadding and after basting this In place cover It with pink, blue or white satin or cambric lining. Tho bottom of tho basket should be put in last to cover tho rough edges of the) sides. Now tho basket Is ready for tho third and last covering, which may bo sheer muslin or point d'csprlt or plain net shirred with a heading along tho top to hldo th top edgo of tho basket. It Is a littlo troublesome to stitch this Into plnco. but you soon learn to ilnd tho spaces in tho woven wicker, and heavy thread and a carpet needle will do tho rest. Tho pillow should havo Its ordinary white linen or cotton slip, which can bo removed every day when tho pillow Is lifted out to air. A rubber and quilted mat will protect tho pillow, and all can bo frequently lifted and removed. Tho advantage of such bas ket is that tho baby Is protected from draft, and yet tho basket Is easily car ried from one room to another or to the porch if necessary. Tho outside of tho basket is better left uncovered becauso it would soon get musty and dirty from usage, .and tho heavy wil low is sufficiently ornamental In Itself. If desired it can bo painted white. The Way He Qets 'Em. Wiggles How do you like your eggs fried on one side? Waggles Yes. Wiggles Well, I like mlno fried sometimes on ono side, and sometimes on tho other. DICTATES OF FASHION Checked woolens are used a good deal with plain velvets. Rovers of dark cloth cloaks are often lined with Ivory white satin. Tho latest thing Is a round, full waist line marked by a piped cording. Ollt slippers and gold toned stock ings will be worn to winter dances. Extremely full, short basques are seen on coats with tight fitting backs. The most original model perhaps suited ftr evening Is tho Watteau coat, with ruche of white rlbhon at the neck and hem mado very full at the edge. BOWS AND BUTTONS ARE HERE Made Use of as Trimming In Some of the Most Effective and Charm ing Ways. Ono of the revived ways of trim ming that has met with much discus sion is the lavish use of buttons and prim bows. Thoy aro placed to give lino or accentuate some movement of drapery. Small black velvet and taf feta bows are put on tho bodices in a way that is really moro suggestivo of tho pictures in tho gallery at Ver sailles than of tho daguerrotype, from which so many of our styles aro takon. The best French houses use them In color as well as in black, preferably in the shade of light bluo so beloved by Boucher. The bodice, which Is high at the back and has its dccollet age in front outlined by a noft ker chief of lace, is an admirable setting for the colored bow, but, perhaps, tho rehabilitation of tho one suggested the uso of tho other. Evon primmer bows are placed on skirts in a straight row and m tltn boilcc from walav. line tr v Can Drive a Car, Anyway. "You know somo men are small po tatoes at home. How docs Dubwaite stand with his family?" "Ordinarily ho doesn't seem to amount to much, but when the chauf feur's sick Mrs. Dubwaite grudgingly admits that he makes himself useful." 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His father, Qulseppe Zel, lives In Tuscany, Italy, and raises on his extensive property all ot the oil and wlno Imported from th'oro by Al bert Zel. WUholm Engel, the well known cigar manufacturer ot 1936 Mohawk street offers a very superior cigar In both his "LaSuabla" and "Rombuss" J. J. Sheohan, of 1239 North State street, would make a good alderman for tho 21st ward In tho opinion of his many friends. Suited to Winter Sports-Coats I SlBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBiB iT I BaBBBBBBBBBBBBaam jdsK fV BbV gHTB C W . H kggVj' f " W aflggigVMaBBhB . '""J 4Jff sK '' V BBkt-BBBBBTBBBBBBBBm&BBBWBrBlBBBBBBm jt ' J l SB BBk VKMLv 1 SsBBBBaaafP' I t - Vl W entfijBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBf 1' 1 j . M BBBBB M I BBBBBB J' i , aaBBfT' rlflg ' etsiia "Wv; ggggk fsX 1 JtVfolmk j fa" tfr 1BBBBT -.' $ Z&ivt.fi4tilt'6& ii i, ifrti?ii vmimwU mi. wftm'mdi'i t i .an WaBBBBBBBBBBBBss1a,f I Q. A. Schllllnger, the popular head ot the Elks' building committee, la doing great work In paving the way for a grand new Elks' building on Washington street. Former Judge John E. Owens Is strongly backed for one of tho Demo cratic nominations for Judge ot tho Superior Court. John D. Knight or 72 West Wash ington street is ono ot the leaders In tho real estate world. Charles E. Doyle, the veteran letter carrier, is universally esteemed in public and private life. Rivers McNeill, the popular and effi cient Collector of Customs, reflects great credit on President Wilson's administration. Judge D. E. Sullivan bas made an honest, dignified and able record on the bench. John F. Cleary Ib a leader among tho men in tho electrical trades. Albert Zel, In addition to handling tho finest ollvo oil In the world, from the province ot Lucca, In Italy, also hnndlcB the finest wines from the Tuscan vineyards. Tho finest wines from Tuscany, Italy, aro tho Chlantl wines, long famous for their good qualities. Theso, and in fact all ot Joseph E. Dldwlll, Jr., who made such a flno record as clerk ot the Cir cuit Court, Is being much talked of for the Republican nomination for that office next year. He certainly deserves It TO EXCHANGE A 320-acre Clark county, Wisconsin, farm, with good new buildings, 7 horses, SO head of cattle and all Implements and crop. Will take $3,000 In cash and $6,000 worth of Chicago property. Leave balance at 6 per cent to suit buyer. CHARLES 8CHLOTE, 2007 Irving Park ilvd. NEW YORK CLIPPER THE ORKATItT THEATRICAL AND SHOWPAFER IN THt WORLD rUBUSHED WEEKLY, $4.00 PER YEAR. ON AVIATION V WELL-KNOWN EXPERTS SAMPLE COPY FREE Addresa NEW VORK CLIPPER New York, N. V Thcro Is nothing better suited to tho sportscoata of winter than tho chin chilla fur fabrics, which aro manufac tured in whlto as well as colors, and in somo mixtures. Thoy aro practi cal an well as bright and showy, and aro made up In plain modelu and In handsome fur-trimmed garments as well. For skating, caps to mntch aro mado of tho material, rjulto often combined with somo other fabric or with fur. Tho very drossy skating costumes, mado of velvet or plush and fur trimmed, offer many suggestions for making up tho moro rnaitor-of-fact chinchilla coats and caps. Thoy aro modeled most attractively on Russian lines, which aro Incomparably smart for really wearable outdoor clothes. Tho plainest and most unambitious of chinchilla tportscoats ia pictured above. It Is nut on Inos so slmplo that it doo3 net nerd srrlptlon, and its intent Is plainly to bo purely practical. It presents no difficulties to tho homo dressmaker. Even tho roll ing collar is easy to manago because of tho elasticity of tho material. A "Tarn" cap of tho same material with yarn balls or pompons for trimming is equally easy to manago. Chinchilla can bo recommended for children's coats, aa it includes all the essentials of clothes for winter, be ing soft and warm, attractive and du rable Tho prettiest ot long coats, for very small girls, aro mado ot whlto chinchilla and worn with whlto fur muffs and neckpieces and pretty bonnets of heavy whlto silk. Whero tho coat la Intended for general wear, brown or bluo or the regular chinchilla mixture is chosen. "Chew it after every meal" Just put this simple procedure into practice for a few days see how much better you will feel. WRIGLEY'S is the Perfect Gum- delicious and full-flavored in its scaled package. Beneficial, refreshing, small in cost. Two flavors. Premium Coupon with each package. jIHlllHimmtlHHltM f THAT MAN GHARUE i ly ROBERTA CARSON. Paula, windblown and ralnsoakod, burst Into the living room where her mother was reading. "No luck, moth er I There Isn't a maid, black, white or indifferent, who will budge a foot In our direction Just because we're a couple of yards out of town. Mo Menus at the employment office says they're all that way and Lo can't do anything about It. 1 told him to send out anyono who came along. A man would do If ho could got one. Oh, why did dear old faithful Little have to get married f And Just now of all times 1" She dropped dismally Into a chair. "What can we do 7" Mrs. Courtland tapped her book thoughtfully. "It It woro anybody In the world but tho Remingtons who were coming It really wouldn't make ao much difference. But thoy llvo so well and are so preclso about every tMpg." "And there's a son coming, toot" groaned Paula. "Oh, wo Just can't have thorn. Father might telegraph to Remington pater that somebody has died, or that wo'vo had a fire, or smallpox, or somothlng." "Thoy aro motoring horo from Bos ton, Paula, and loft tho nlddlo ot tho week. Wo would not know where to reach thorn by wire." "Well, thon we still have two days!" Paula got up and took off her hat. "For forty-eight hours I'm going to clean the house till It shines. What ever tho Remingtons And, It won't be dirt." Uangl Bangl Bangl went the car pet beater wielded by a round, white arm, strengthened and seasoned by man) rounds ot golf and tennis. Paula was talking to a man. Bhe had seen him pass slowly along the side street as If searching for a house. "M:Manus has sent us a man 1 do believe Stopt Walt a mlnutol Aro you looking for Courtland'sT" "Yes." "Did Mr. McManus, tho employment man, send youT" "Yes but how" "Never mind I There's no time to talk. No matter what you can or can't do now you tro hotter than no body and wo need you. I'll give you an old coat of father's till your things come. Then beat theso rugs ana sweep them off. Get the hose In tho laundry and scrub tho porches and walks. Shlno tho brasses around the front door and then como up stairs, l'vo forty windows for you to clean. Bounds like a lot, but It's got to be done!" Bo Charllo banged rugs, scrubbed stairs, oiled floors, cleanod windows, beat eggs, stripped tho fat off the ham, ground coffeo, ran errands, changed furnlturo and cut glass. At the last minute on Friday he helped Iron tho curtains after Paula had shown him how, and then after dinner he washed the dishes carefully, put them away and cleaned up the kitchen. Then ho presented himself to Paula In the library. "Miss, I'm sorry, but I've got to leave." "What? You can't go now, Charlie." She sat down with shaking knees. "Sorry, but I gotta." "But why?" "My family needs mo. I gotta go. I tried to help all I could." "Oh, you did, Charlie. You're a Jow el. nut what will wo do when the company comes In tho morning? No ono to do dishes or anything!" "Mobbo tho company can help." Paula laughed weakly. "Yes, may be thoy can, but then again maybe they won't. But of course you don't understand, Charlie. All right, It you'vo got to go, wo'vo got to let you. I'll get your money from father. Four dollars Is that right?" Tho next morning tho Courtlands watched tho clock anxiously, fearful lest their guests should arrive before the work waa done. But things were in order and mother and daughter In faultless toilets when an automobile containing three people drew up to ' the curb. I Mr. and Mrs, Remington were greet ed cordially and tho Courtlands wait- I ed expectantly for the begoggled son, who was busy with the car outside. I Thon ho camo, and something In tho travel-worn suit and shapeless cap seemed familiar to Paula. Off came the goggles, and behold Charlie! ' Tho Remingtons enjoyed the situa tion so hugoly that tho astonished Courtlands Joined In tho laugh. "We havo hoard from our son how tho land lies I" laughed Mrs. Remington, "so wo aro all prepared to roll up our eloovcs and pitch In and help." .' ,r.ter, Charllo Remington had a few words alono with Paula in tho library whero he had handed in his resigna tion tho night boforo. (Copyright, 1915. by the McCluro Newspa per Syndlcnte.) i lOUOHT'A 1 IRUN THAT BUNq N TOR 6PEEDINIJ rcrrr fyiUliTii'LiA If i I a2 llf mJfillM f WHERE WE I fOASSiriED SECTION! NIM.WCRC f QUIT IPUT CAIN 1 J THROTTLE i HEADING FORI ICUE55.JWr.TOl HIKING TOR YOUR I HIOH.STtVC, (WIDCOKH) I JAHE-TOPj 3ECIF ANYgOpV THCCOH16) SKIPQINCj WE GOTTA I L-JIONTVlJ O THE I iwwnu mu'i T Vrn'slsT t""rfc-i-!--l - r Philosophic King. Though King Peter has refused to leave his Sorblan soldiers, ho is not a military man at heart. Rathor Is he a scholar and philosopher, as Is shown by his admiration of John Stuart Mill, whoso works he has anonymously translated Into Serbian. When In oxlle in Paris and Qonova, King Peter lived very modestly, renting upper flats at 30 a year in each placo. In the ngrooment with his Gonova landlord was a stipulation that If he should be summoned to the Sorblan throno his lease should terminate. London Eve ning Standard. All He Asked. "I do not ask you, gentlemen of the Jury," said an unfledged member of tho bar, "to go back with me through tho Immeasurable vista of bygone cen turies and examine tho explorations and resources of science, I do not ask you to accompany tho astronomer Into tho starry flrament or to discover the secrets ot creation! No, gentle men, I want nothing of that! I only ask you to start with mo from the county Jail and travel two miles and a bait on the road toward Belmont Cor-' nerl" IH-PP! 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