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11 Employ a Good Painter EAGLE Pure White Lead A Pure White Lead of National Repute CORRODED BY THE Old Dutch Process k"AGLEPICHER LEAD COMPANY CHICAOO F. H. SEUBOLD, D. C. CHIROPRACTOR 1430 Stevens BIdg. Phone Central 1722 Hourt 12 to 6 p. m. For Sciatica, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Neuritis, Spinal trouble! try Chiropractic Adjustments Any Soldier or Sailor in U. S. Service ii entitled to Chiropractic AdjuitmcnU, Free of Charge, at thii office. Viviano Bros. Macaroni Co. S&rSSfe-JGiCSr .-Tr'jO--.?- &- O'' :SrB x- j-.bA"- p . "-sssjr u . Manufacturer of MACARONI, SPAGHETTI, NOODLES and all kinds of FANCY PASTES 2148-2168 Canalport Avenue, cor. Sangamon Street CHICAGO, ILL. Telephone! t Canal 6060, Canal 6041 Tclriiliono ItojtiturUet 108 JOS. RUSHKEWICZ Established 1003 REAL ESTATE, LOANS and INSURANCE OfTlco of Eagle Landlord' Association NOTAItV rUDLIO FABM LANDS 1536 West Chicago Avenue CHICAGO RELIANCE FUEL & TRANSFER CO. CEO. E. OLSEN, Proprietor MOVING SPECIALISTS PACKING SHIPPING STORAGE We can move you anywhere within 100 miles from or to Chicago in one day. High-grade motor van service. Packing, Shipping, Storage. Phone or drop us a card. We will gladly send our representative to estimate cost. Phono Belmont S939 3840 Fullerton Avenue ' CHICAGO PRIVATE AMBULANCE AUTOMOBILES FUNERAL CHAPEL WILLIAM P. ELLISON Undertaker and Funeral Director 750 W. North Avenue Near Halited Street CHICAGO TELEPHONE LINCOLN 769 Telephone Humboldt 9188 JOS. POLSTER & SON FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVERS STEAM AND DOMESTIC COAL Trunks to and from all depots Auto Van Service 2732 W. DIVISION STREET NOTICE Cortesi, the Famous Sartorial la now located at 501 Orleans Street, N. E. Cor. of Illinois f Young Men's and Men's Suits to or dar. Reasonable Prices One trial is all we aslc f Full line of Gents' Furnishings, latest style at all times. -f Cleaning and Pressing oo short notice, A. CORTESI & CO. Phon Superior 8781 SOCIETY GOSSIP News from Chicago's Smart Set and Items About Prominent People. Miss Helen Lcavltt lins returned from n sojourn In Charleston, W. Vn. Slio was nccompauied homo by hor southern hostoss, Mrs. Robert Mo Cabo. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Faurot and Miss Julia Bella Faurot aro at Core nado Beach, Cnl for a month's so journ. Mr. and Mrs. William II. Linn and Miss Mabel Linn havo returned from tho east. They had been visiting In Now York City and In Washington. Early noxt week Mrs. Bryan Lath rop will nrrlve homo from Washing ton. Sho will depart a day or so later for California. Mrs. Chcstor Erlcson and her small daughter havo departed for California, to visit Mrs. Erlcson's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Cochrane Armour. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. IloQim aro so journing in Boston for a fortnight. Subsequently thoy will proceed cither to tho Virginia resorts or to Atlantic City. ' Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Klley doparted on Thursday for Now York City to attend tho nuptials on Snturilny of their Bon, Llout. Loltoy D. Klley and Miss Marian Mcllvray. Tho service will bo solemnized at Bnnnockburu, Tarrytown, N. Y., the homo of tho brido's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mcllvray. Tho young pair will mako their homo In Chicago and plan to nrrlve hero early In March. Lieut. John Lovoll Corcoran of Brooklyn, and his bride, formerly Miss Florences Ware, nro passing tholr honeymon In Washington, D. C. Subsequently thoy will tako up their rcsldonco In Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Corcoran is a daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Wnro of Evanston. EAGLETS. Mcsslngcrs restaurants which can bo found nil ovor tho city aro very popular with everybody. Thoy aro clean, wholesome sanitary and bright. Tho food is of tho best quality and tho scrvlco Is cxcollcnt. Tho Oliver typowrltor is praisod by nil who huvo used it. Alderman Wnltor P. Stoffon of tho Twenty-third ward, Is making a good record in tho City Council. Ho is one of tho coming men el Chicago and tho peoplo aro plcasod with him. Tho Fort Doarborn National Bank reports net earnings of $G82,G49 for 1918, nfter rcsorvlng $100,000 for fed eral tuxes. Tlris Is equal to 19.41 per cent on the $3,000,000 capital stock. Aldorman William P. Ellison of tho Twonty-sccond Ward is making a good record in tho city council. Tho peoplo nro talking about him for hlghor honors. Tho city should clodn tho stroots from lot lino to lot lino. Tho only streets tho city cleans nro In tho tax dodging loop. Ocorgo B. Holmes will mako a splen did judgo of tho Municipal Court. GEORGE R. WALKER LAWYER OFTICKi Suite 0tS-3I.U7ri. Dearborn St. RES.) SIS Bait 4Mb Street TELEMIONKSl Office, Central ISIS Ree., Kenweod C741 CHICAGO John F. Tyrrell Attorney at Law 140 North Dearborn St. Tel. Central 4108 James C. McStaie Attorney and CounMlar - Suite 832, New Yexfc Ufa BulUtaj 19 So La Salle St. CHICAOO Telephone Central III Auian'taJt ORomy fffimt .at-V Mii mini .. Mil W III Iwi lmBranW4Wt . aaVBfaa SHE 1.1 11 BKiBfaaVM I .B?anVaYaTeVa llIKQriier Wl "" ii ii Mr!ZI& IK I w Ui fit m Above till things one's millinery must bu kept fresh looMng and Im maculately clean. There are many millinery materials that are nlwiiys In stylo, as velvet and velvet ribbons, well-made flowers, lnees, ribbons, straw hats, crepe, nnd chiffons. They become soiled and mussed, but can be cleaned und freshened up by nlmple processes available nt home. Now that spring Is near, a becoming Htruw hat muy only need repollshlng, or to have the trimmings freshened up, to servo during the early spring nnd us u change throughout the wnsun. For colored straw huts thcro nro dyes which nro usually on sale In drug Ntores, ready to npply, which will re store the color of tho straw or change It to another color. There are several reliable dyes, that will chnngu ralored hntH Into black ones. Mutt of these dyes give the hat it flue luster and It looks practically new, after dyeing. Often u faded hat can be Micco.sxfiilly restored to color by nppljlng the col ors mixed with gasoline, as described In a former article. Koine ImtH can he scoured with Houpsudx, us leghorn or l'aiiama straws. In this case the suds Is used, hut with a view to keeping the straw from getting ery wet. To restore n natural straw color, n hat may bo cleaned with lemon Juice nnd sulphur. A white straw amy be washed with oxalic acid diluted with water. After u leghorn hat has been cleaned It may lie bleached by suspending It over n burning Hulphur candle. Burn tho sulphur In tho bottom of a barrel, suspending the hat nt the top so that It will not scorch. A felt lint may bo successfully scoured with the llnest sandpaper. Ammonln will often re store color In colored straw huts. Wring a cloth out of half a pint of hot wntcr to which u teusqfoonful of am monia has been added and cover the hat with this cloth. Allow It to re main a while. If the brim needs press ing, cover it with tho cloth nnd Iron with n warm Iron. If tho color is not sutllclently restored by this process mix tube paint nnd gasoline and dip the hat In It, or brush It on. There nro several reliable hat dyes that can be bought with directions for using that will quickly renovate straw hats. To Freshen Flowers. Mix tube paint nnd gasollno ,wlth the color desired nnd dip faded (lowers Into this dye. Petals may bo shaded and veined with tube paints. Flowers that are crumpled should bo held over dry steam nnd gently shaken. When they have been steamed nnd tinted take small, sharp scissors and trim away any frayed edges. One can often make (lowers look us good us new by these processes. jLuuu)j?fci7i Jet Buckles, White Shoes. Whlto buckskin chocs shown for tho South show Jet buckles of various sorts. Usually they aro very effec tive. One method of mounting tho buckle Is to place It on a foundation composed of closely plaited black rib bon, which extends lust far ennui-li tn give the buckle n little backing. Some times, too, white satin evening slippers show Jet buckles, or small Jet buttons fastened Hat against tho tongue sec tion or tho edgo of tho shoo as It slopes up to tho lustep. To Wash Chamois Skin. To wash chamois skin put It through warm sonpsudu, rlnso In several warm waterc, draw It through tho hand to squeeo the water out and hang up to dry. I'ull while drying, If you would have It s nm-th. Capes, Comfortable and Full of Style att-VyLu aaV1 " Jk. vrjl M X I 'I'll !. Capes In great forco stand ready to answer tho demand for Bprlng wraps, having gradually and surely Ingratiat ed themselves luto tho likings of fash lonablo women. Nothing demon utrutes better tho lnexhuustlblo genius of designers than the constantly vary ing Interpretations of tho capo which mako it, just now, tho most Interesting of wrups. It Is shown In unending va riety. Cupes aro long or short, as you will, but mostly long. They aro always full and nuturully loose. But In many new models tho looseness disappears be low tho knees being restrained by means of cutting or by confining it In u hem that Is rather tight about tho flguro. Among new capes for fprlng aro long and short capes of taffetu with colhus very nmplo aud cozy looking, of swentcr-weavo silks or wool materials, and linings thnt lend them warmth. Navy silk with bolgc-eolorcd linings und collars is tho favorite combination. Duvetyn capes, in navy and murlno blues, In brown, henna and tomato red, convince ono that no other fabric could bhow theso colors to such advantage. Ono of tho blunder capes In marine blue duvetyn Is shown In tho nceonipunylng Illustration. It Is a practical and graceful garment part capo and part cloak since It has sleeves. Tho body of It hangs from a small yoko and It con trives to hang in at tho sides where It slopes toward the hem In the ap proved way. As a chango from coats, and because It Is mora picturesque and becoming, tho capo for spring deserves attention. In duvetyn, cinnamon brown, henna and tomato red they nro dellclously soft and rich looking and velours ought to bo ns good n vchlclo for theso colors that mako wraps of so much distinction. Capes aro lined with crepe-do-chlne to match in rolor or with checked or cross-bnr silks; largo checks, In quiet tones, being everywhere present In dis plays of new Miring apparel. Tho cape, puro and simple, Is to ho found, but tho capo which borrows something of the coat or Is posed on n Jacket and Is In reality a combining of two wraps Into ono is oftener In evi dence. Nearly all of theso wraps havo cozy und nmplo collnra. They aro suc cessful wraps from every point of view, comfortable nnd full of style. yu Dflri7s$y JOHN E. OWENS Attorney and Counsellor it Uw CONWAY WILDING lil WMt WMMaJMI XMtf A. A. Worsley Douglas LWorsley 9 Attorneys and Counsellors at Law No. 179 West Washington St. Suite 1010 Telephone Main 372 Res. Phoa. AwftaU "! t.i. !.-.. I Main 90 Coburn & Bentley Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Suit 56 106 North La Smile Street CHICAGO LARGEST VENEER PLANT IN THE WORLD TELEPHONE CANAL 930, 931 C. L. Willey Co. C. B. WILLEY, President Manufacturer and Dealer n Veneer Mahogany FOREIGN and DOMESTIC Hardwood Lumber Office, Yard and Dock: 2558 South Robey Street One Block South of Blue Ieland Arae CHICAGO, ILL. W. A. KeneficJc PrMldent J. H. La Velle Secy, and Treat. Peerless Engineering and Construction Co. General Contractors 1121 Chamber of Commerce BIdg. Telephono Franklin 3892 W. F. Cummings ESTABLISHED 1911 ENGINEER CONTRACTOR Phono West 3232 330-332 South Paulina St. CHICAGO The 'Best Remedy For All Stomach Troubles Indigestion, Constipation, Headaches, Nervousness, Etc. TRINER'S AMERICAN ELIXER of BITTER WINE At Drug Stores, $1.10 JOSEPH TR1NER COMPANY, 1333-1313 S. Ashland Ave. sjjiin wmfflSl eftl .111 I Quick Service Laundry Co. 319-321-323 S. PAULINA ST. NEAR VAN DUREN A phone message to West 3166 for our wagon to call for your slurt bundle, faintly washing or flat-work is the rjtiickest 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 Severinghaus Bros. G. A. R. Laundry Busiest Because Best 3118-20 Armitage Avenue Near Kedzie Avenue Phones Albany 117 and 118 ESTABLISHED 1875 PHONE HUMBOLDT 1317 W. S. 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