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PLACE FOR SEWING When Woman Plans House She Always Provides One. If It Is Only a Little Closet She Is Oolng to Have It Puts Living Conveniences First of Everything. Pnuio sort of n sowing room, no tnnt it how xiimii, - uxiitilly to bo found iiin wIuto In tho jiIhih whoti u liouo i iolti); Imllt under tho vyv of tho mil who I to llvo 111 It. It lllll.v ho 1 iiniij more thuti n vltwot 'with room r im little tahlo ii ml ii flmlrj tho m tniiohliio can ho kept In tho luili If only thoro U soino pliifo wlioro h-.m pinw nntl siTiipM of silk oun 'I -hut out of sight hotwoon sow injrx n in-lit holm: jmcUotl nwiiy. Hut not H iiiiiii'( uiv luilli umlor tdo o.om of ii- wninoii who mo to llvo in thoni r uf nli.hoily oNo who Jillts lllll -iMtilcnoo tlrt of ovor.Mhiiitf. I'liiii" ir still lii'lnj drawn tlmt spond nmn "tuitiro ynriN on front hull anil tlion 'iii'ii-it ulTord to rIw spsu'o to u sou- ic room ; tho hotHolu'opor who sottlo" i"n In tho cir.nplotod houso must i.Uo wlmt sho outi ot mill put hor wits to rk to lit up u sowing corner. rindlne n plnco for u sowlnc cor nor Is lu most eusos u nmttor of tl tut njr u corner In the living room. A I'tlroom Is nn misocluhlo phieo to "' -1 nn iifternoou. mid oven In steiuii ht'iiteil houses It Is not iilwuys vor.x warm. The living room, moreover, Is he oue room Unit in the up-to-dnto liurii-wlth-euhhylioles style of lioite jilnuning prollts by Uoor spuce tlmt has been saved from tiny dining room and bedrooms. The corner must ho a well-lighted one, and If possible It must have a sowing screen ; with the-o two aiivantages, and n rocking chair that Is Just right for sowing, it is al most as good as a separate sewing room. The sewing screen must bo a low screen. The worker needs all the light she can get, and she does not care to be shut away from the rest of the room, or to help set the stage for an eavesdropping scene. About thirty-two Inches has been found to be u good height ; sometimes there Is a small ta ble In the corner, and the screen Is it little higher so as to hide tho top of the table. If there Is no table the screen may be fitted with hinged drop covers that unfold to form a little low table at each panel of the screen. Cretonne shirred Into a pocket over the lowest third of each panel holds the uulluMicd work, and wood crosspleeos near tho top can be tltted with hooks for lings, M'lsors, spools anil all the rest of the things that ought to be always at hand, PRETTY WASTE PAPER TUB An Inexpensive and Handy Contrivance That Is Easily Made and Has Many Uses. The handsome paper tub hhown In our sketch can be ea-lly made from a tub or barrel of a suitable size. Not too heavy a barrel should ho selected for this purpose; a lightly made small bar rel that 1ms contained fruit or tobacco may bo procured for a trllle, should one not already possess a mittablo ar ticle. Tho exterior of tho barrel Is draped with .soft silk, arranged In plaits and fastened on at the top and bottom with tacks. The Interior of the tub can ho lined with sateen, or If preferred It can be lined with pieces of dark green or brown paper cut to lit anil fastened In place with paste. The tub Is llnNlied off nt tho topnnd bottom with ornamental braid fastened on with brass-headed mills of a fancy pattern driven In close together. Metal handles are screwed on on either side; suitable ones for this purpose can be purchased at any Ironmonger's. I.exs expensive material than silk can be used for draping tho tub If do-siri-d. and It will look pretty and bright oven-d with cretonne selected of r.iinr to harmonize with that of tho I" t up.m which tho basket will take S illlf'O. For One. Piece Frocks. ii the Chinese fabrics, Mich as tus- 1 tin- new klmkl-kool, silk, prmgco 1 Shantung, are among the most i-piulilo for one-piece frocks and 1- They nn embroidered with r iij.uit floss In primitive designs. .in. Hum In embroidery is being fin.lv tuken up by all tho-,0 look- 'i' lur novelty. It Is easy to get - .'i.'t.i nnt symbols from the Indian mill," und from the old, ancient ' I 1 i"dirn Chlnonc. The designers , . ?.. tin- libraries to copy embroidery 1 Htits from old tublets und inumoiy t'uac-S. William D. Munhall ATTORNEY AT LAW 1616 Ashland Block CUrW and Randolph Stt. CHICAGO Telephone Randolph 2325 Net a Favorite Ki3K8isS&3BP?B$Se& l naHBLaB xsaaaK'?59ssaaaaaaaaa! HvEliHralKxt & VBbbbbi SBBBBBBr' ' &?) iaVtbH ISlxV wjmIhA k &2KB'M1 tAiftWIIW liiitf y ' vWBB ifl iWWnr i HHEElM i&?Xmmm SPsl HotTIHkIkj Jr'-fr&sE MMaMii Your party frock may have a high waistline, or a normal waistline (a little hit pinched lu), or no waistline at all, like the frock shown In tho pic ture. Choose whichever style looks best on your tlgiire with the iissurunce that It has the approval of some world fumed costumcr hack of It. The great authorities soeiii to have agreed to dis agree lu tho matter of the waistline, ami each stands by bis convictions, lint they are all agreed upon the sub ject of nets as most desirable for nft ernoon and evening dress. The pretty dance frock shown lu the picture has a double skirt of net, one of them llulshed In points about the bottom, bound with narrow satin rib bon. Over this a second skirt of net, llnlshed with a border of three rows of satin ribbon, ls draped In double points at each side and gathered Into the waistline. The overhodlco Is of lace bound with ribbon and fastens at the back. It Is finished at the top with a border and Feminine Softness Tho eternal feminine will assert Itself In soft mid frilly or demure frocks for aftenloon wear and let us bo thankful therefor. No matter how much she may devote herself o' morn-1 lugs to hplashy-dashy sports clothes, or how uncompromisingly .tailored her htreet dress may be, trust the woman of today to garb herself in soinetblng alluringly soft anil utterly femlnlne looklug, before the sun goes down, or mighty shortly thereafter, Tho pretty llngerlo dress has re turned lu all Its glory of lino laco and line handwork on flue materials. Sheer cotton und linen fabrics, and laces, dear to the hearts of fine ladles, are put together with painstaking needle work lu these frocks. They never fall to captivate women possessed of good taste, nnd the French have an iixloui that explains It. "There Is nothing so beautiful as care," It runs. Uesliles these sheer gowns there are others of soft silk crepe, or light wool en fabrics, that are of tho same char acter. Ono of them Is shown In the illustration, anJ It might he inndu of ::mm ABMiffl IvBM Mtt mMmZ mm. mm tip mm Hl 1 L mm mm few mm Bjlj mm mm Fiuci M. Uwn mvi Ridufdi PhoB Central 2918 Lowes & Richards Attorneys at Law 127 N. Dearbora St. CHICAGO the: in Party Frocks suspeiider.s of crepe georgette nnd tit the bottom with little silk balls. Tho dress Is worn over a slip of taffetn. Among new models lu net there tire some having umlerpettlcoats of net ami crepe Instead of silk, and the effect Is wonderfully soft. Net lu two colors, hemstitched together, provides some novel effects lu draperies and u favor ite combination Is paprika, or tomato red, and white. The dress pictured Is nil in white with silver ribbon In bind ing and border and In the bait trim ming, but the same Idea Is carried out successfully with colored ribbons on white net. The silk undersllp might be In ii tint Instead of white. A coarse-meshed silk lace, used In the bodice, stretches sulllclently to ac commodate Itself to the lines of tho figure, ami may he re-enforced with a lining of net or crepe georgette. in Afternoon Gowns crepe do chine, challles, satin, sllk-nnd-wool poplin or any other supple ma terial. It Is a one-piece dress with lengthwise plaits down tho front und three wide tucks In tho remainder of the straight, full skirt. Tho sleeves are full and gathered Into a frill at the wnlstlliie. There Is a soft L'lrdlo 1111(1 a sailor collar of silk with 11 collar of tine net-lop lace draped over the collar of silk. The frock fastens at one sldo with snaii fasteners, but ornamental buttons are set over them. Kven these afternoon l-owiw lire nnt much leiiL'thened 11s to the skirts. 1 tilt this Is a matter that the Individual may decide for herself bocaitso'uutliorl ties are of two minds about It. At the Top. "Old Decker has become known nil over town as an expert cardphiyor." "Yes, he seems to have reached tho I pinochle of fumu." 1'uck. TstHilwn ,4&u Cobnrn & Beotiey Attw eyi Mil fiiiflm ilUw CHIGAGU WANTED A HANDOUT. "I suppose," begnn the kind lady, icforo Mr. Husky Ilnsheen got n lianco to exercise his voice, "that you vnnt to chop sonio wood In exchange 'or a square nionl, don't youV "I'd like tor oblige yer, lady," replied he imhuiiulered hobo, "but It's bin nore'n twenty years sense 1 done nny hlng like tint sort in u stunt," "Well," said tho k. 1., "here's where foil can practice till you get your hand n." "Nothttr doln', Indy," rejoined the lobo. "Wot 1 want's Is u handout. And the kind lady fainted. Positively Tame. "Xow, this dunce number strikes me is being or a trllle too daring for '.he average theater audience." "Where have you been for the past Cow yours?" "Oh, around and about," "I suspect you've been asleep. There ire any number of debutantes present vho consider this dance too slow for words." JUST THE PLACE. tlulde Now, having been through the stereotyping room, we will go Into tho make-up department. The llrlde (to the groom) I'm nwful glad. I've been perspiring so In that other department that I'm sure the powder must he nil lu streaks on my face. All for Love. Tho old front mite nn lonscr moans, TI10 lovers now nit by tlin fire; TI10 old parlor sufu now loudly groans, And tho cmil bill climbs up higher. Shs Was Suspicious. The female of the species had Just told the milk peddler that his services were 110 longer required. "Did you llnd anything wrong with tho milk?" demiinded the milk dis penser. "Well, not exuctly," confessed tho suspicious female, "but I noticed 11 wa ter murk In the paper on which your bill was made out, ami I'm not taking uny chances." Hard-Hearted. "Why did you abandon your plan to become 11 doctor?" asked the motorist. "I can't bear to bee other people mif for," answered the gnrage limn. "I'mpli I I guess It's till In the point of view" "How Is that?" "I notice you didn't shed nny tears when you presented mo with this hilt for repairs." Knew Her Book. Mrs. Newed John, this cookbook says flint celery should ho well bleached. Newed Yes, my denr. Mrs. Newed Well, you had bettor stop at the corner drug store and get 11 bottle of peroxide. A DIFFERENCE. Mr. Wilson Which do you thluk la tho better talker, ho or his wlfo? Mr. llllsou Do you mean for quality or quantity? Turnips and Men.. It la a truth boyond our Icon And yet 11 1 1 tit 1 1 all nen ran read; It Is with turnips ns with mou lt let iilono tliuy go to seed. Insert Letter "E." "So you were Invited to participate In a prollt-shiuiiig scheme?" "Yes." "How did you como out?" "I discovered that tho purposo of tho schemu was not sharing hut shear ing." Under the Century Plant. Saplelgh Miss Kldrldgo tells mo that her family tree Is very old. Miss Knox Yes; It certainly Is un ancient chestnut. Affluence, "They lire rich, you sny?" "UiiquestlouiuSly, Three chnulTeurs ero Included In their servant problem." A. A, Worsley t Law MM N.1TW)m' AGL BUSINESS NOTES Tho Balfour Johnstono Civil Sorv lco and Preparatory School enjoys a well deserved reputation for thorough ness and ability. Colonel N. M. Kaufman, of the Con gress Hotel, Is one of the most popu lar hotel keepers In the United States. His success attests the fact. Joo Houssol, proprietor of tho French Itcstnurnnt nt 518 South Wa bash avenuo, enters to tho bost trado and his customers always go away happy and satisfied. Professor M. J. Dwyor, whoso splen did gymnasium Is on tho nineteenth floor of tho Continental and Comrnor ctal Ilank building, has a great ell ontago among tho solid men of Chi cago. Uuslncss nnd professional men of standing nnd fnmo arc among his best pleased patrons. The finest bargains In Jowelry nnd diamonds nt Tom Donnelly's, 21 N. Dearborn street. Jones & Jacoby of 42G Plymouth court havo n splendid namo In tho business nnd building world. Their reputation as plumbers Is like the work they turn out first class. Angolo Cortcsl, tlio well known tail or at tho northeast cornor of Orleans nnd Illinois street, Is building up a flno trndo among loading business nnd professional men. As a sartorial artist ho has few equals and no su perior. John C. Paul, tho well-known manu facturer of Burnlshlno, tho great metal polish, has mado his wonderful product a housohold word. One Touch Polishes Your Nails for a Week! Wnnclcrfull Nnbtifllntr. .1ittn tnuchonmch rinll bniilitlllon InMnntnnrnu.ljr nllh ft rm? tod timrolliat l.mKnnhn'n ik, Smipnnd wntrr don't nlti'ct It. Unlnllshpilnt,i!ti ymiriinllt mar nlcpty illhi'il. T further InlnMnrp 11. lirftfiim'i U.taU,iin Kail rolLh.it fnll "lln Mir MX innnltn tmlllo will Im npnt nrrpulit torimlr 2!tc Hi ttiiKn "tin iirtlor ullhln 15 darn. Mall 2So coin ur fttntnrntnd.ir. CERVAISE CRAIIAM 25 W. 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Cording, Ruching, Scalloping, Buttons Covered, Etc. All work done in our own shop and guaranteed. Quick service and rea sonable prices. A trial will convince you. Careful attention to out-of-town orders. Send for price list. ACME MANUFACTURING COMPANY 120 South Slate St. Next door to the Fair THE Wlicn you re quire tool kits for your use or garage ask for those high grade kits made by us. dealers only Chicago, 111. Locust Street CHICAGO Telephone Central 18 today ur virlti ua fur itcacriutlve booklet. Suit. M 1M North La SalU Strw CHICAGO CMICAOO THE PULVCRIZED MANURI CO. Dept , Union tttocfcVarda,Chlrago ,iep,tn ira vr.