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U xAcWIIITEIWvr Employ a Good Painter EAGLE Pure White Lead A Pure White Lead of National Repute CORRODED BY THE Old Dutch Process EAGLE-PICHER. LEAD COMPANY CHICAGO F. H. SEUBOLD, D. C. CHIROPRACTOR 1430 Stevens BIdg. Phone Central 1722 Hourst 12 to 6 p. m. For Sciatica, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Neurit!, Spinal troubles try Chiropractic Adjustments Any Soldier or Sailor in U. S. Service is entitled to Chiropractic Adjustments, Free of Charge, at this office. 1 Viviano Bros. Macaroni Co. "i-' 3" - . - rm . PV1 y- fouTZ-X. MAV,,--- Manufacturer of MACARONI, SPAGHETTI, NOODLES and all kinds of FANCY PASTES 2148-2168 Canalport Avenue, cor. Sangamon Street CHICAGO, ILL. Telephone: Canal 6060, Canal 6011 P. C. & MFG. CO. 720 Stock Exchange BIdg. MANUFACTURERS Cor Oil, Parting and Foundry Facings Telephone Franklin 2763 Telrplione Iloymarkct 108 JOS. RUSHKEWICZ Established 1905 REAL ESTATE, LOANS and INSURANCE Office of Ragle Landlord' Association NOTARY PUBLIC r ARM LAND! " 1536 West Chicago Avenue CHICAGO PRIVATE AMBULANCE AUTOMOBILES FUNERAL CHAPEL WILLIAM P. ELLISON Undertaker and Funeral Director 750 W. North Avenue Near Haltted 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 looated at 501 Orleans Street, N. E. Cor. of Illinois 4 Young Men's and Men's Suits to orckr. Reasonable Prices One trial is all we ask. f PuM lint of Gents' Furnishings, latest style at all tinea. f Cleaning aad Pressing on short notice. A. CORTESI & CO. Phone Superior 8761 EAGLETS. Mcsalngcrs restaurants which can bo found nil ovor tho city nro vory popular with everybody. Thoy nro clean, wholcsomo, sanitary and bright. Tho food la of tho best quality and tho Bcrvlco Is excellent. Tho Oliver typowrltor la praised by nil who lmvo used It. Alderman Wnltor P. Stoffon of tho Twenty-third ward, Is malting a good rocord In tho City Council. Ho Is one ot tho coming snn of ChlcnGo and tho peoplo nro pleased with him. Tho Tort Dearborn National Dank reports not earnings of $582,549 for 1918, nftcr reserving 150,000 for fed eral taxes. This Is equal to 19.41 per cent on tho $3,000,000 capital stock. Alderman William P. Ellison ot tho Twenty-second Wnrd is making a good record In tho city council. The peoplo nro talking about him for higher honors. William II. Lyman, the popular for mer senator and alderman, la at the head of tho big public contracting Ann of W. II. Lyman & Co. Donnls J. Egnn Is a Democratic leador of force, ability and popularity. Vlvlano Brothers load tho world In their macaroni product, which Is the best on tho market. c Those Practical Taffeta Suits John 13. Knigut or 72 Went Wash ington street Is one ot the leaders In the real ostato world. Francis W. Warner, me eminent lawyor, Is a Chicago product. Ho hai lived in this city all of his life. Potor Itolnberg has made a splendid rocord as president of tho county board. When you noea onvolopes phone Hoco, Suporlor 7100. You can't fall to bo satisfied. William II. Wober always mads a rood public record. Judge William K. Dover Is making a splendid record on the Appollats bench. Clarcnco S. narrow is always the friend of tho poor and tho downtrod don and no ono stands higher at the bar. John Power tias always served the people well as alderman from the Nineteenth ward. Judge M. L. WfllQnley ot tne Su perior Court Is makinc a One record. Tremont G. Olson, head ot tho well known and rollablo Olson MultlgrapU Co., nt 19 South Ln Sallo stroet, has won a good namo ln this community by tho flno work his concern turns out. In quick and export sorvico It is unoxcolled In tho multtgraph line. J, II. Dick, Chicago's famous dealor ln trunks and traveling bags, has been at tho samo location, 045 West Madison utroot for thirty-two years. It you want real values in thoso most necessary articles glvo him a call. You will bo well ploasod It you do 03 Dick's trunks and travollng bags nro tho best on tho market. John W. Kckhart ln ono of tho up bulldors ot Chicago. GEORGE R. WALKER LAWYER or l SalUBtl-Sl.ltTN. DMrbwnB. K8. II Kast 4b Sirs TELKrHONKSl OOh-r i iilral Mil 8m., Keaweed eMT CHICAGO John F. Tyrrell Attorney at Law 140 North Dearborn St. Tel. Central 4108 James C. McSVmc Attorney and CmmmIs Suite Mi, New Yafc Ufa Bislklfeas M S. U Sal Si. 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Hut nil the new weaves nro of a totally differ ent character nnd cannot rival a silk to which lliey hear no likeness, so the taffeta suits continue tu rill their own particular niche. Suits nf sill; Jersey and the latest iirrlruW, iiiadu of the lightest weight In trleolclte. may come to divide honors with taffeta suits when they are as well Known. Navy blue Is mi much n favorite In silk as In wool and the suit ut the left of the two shown ubnve is In this color. Its skirt Is cut with u slight la wn n I slope toward the bottom nnd Is plain. The coat W straight but belted ut the waistline with n wide belt of the taffeta, having u buckle at each side of the buck. The side piece are pointed nt the bottom with pockets that nro nlso pointed and shirred across the top, the shirring forming u narrow standing frill. There Is u narrow turnover collar nnd deep cuffs. The suit nt the right Is us plain us u serge suit hut Is, nevertheless, n smnrt model. The skirt, with overlapped seams nt each side, begins narrowing toward the bottom Just below the hips. Hows of buttons, covered with taffeta, nro set on lhee overlapped seams, ter minating about eight Inches above tho very narrow hem. Covered buttons finish the sleeves nnd ornament the lower part of Hie coat fronts and u narrow sash, made nf the silk, is tin lulled with tassels. The crepe tie chine collar and vestee ure ln u light beige color. Posies for Decorations. The hothouse Is rivaling tm simple. Held In what it brings to llower hatH nnil hetlowered brims this year, for roses, opulent Jasmine and broad, full I pansles are the style. Separate Skirts Grow More Important K.('.VJ jKK1 JtM Pit-' 3 is I s W jVjVjV&Mli 'ii? IBbVb1InrvilHQb V b- SMSMSMSMSB w Jw.3F SUSBjBSJFwPMSM JT; sVJbVSJbVjVJBB w" salP" PSBVmlMusSfl sBbW.4. 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Tho separafo skirt of white satin, or other fabric, and tho separate skirt of black satin make the right background for these Itusslau blouses, having suf ficient class and character of their own. Provided with these ono may use all sorts of waists nnd blouses to inako combinations that result In dress suitable for any hour of tho day or evening. Then there uro the utility skirts of sturdy cloth fabrics and tho sports skirts that are so useful for oc casions where one must ho smartly but not formally dressed. A very 'attractive model for u cloth skirt appears at the left of the two Nklrts pictured above, and Is to ho rec ommended for women who hnve slen der figures. Its wide front panel Is ex tended ut tho sides near tho top and perfectly tailored side pieces plaited lengthwise, are set In below these ex tensions, tho plaiting extending across tho hack, Tho panel provides a good background for buttons nnd button holes that nro decorative. Tho skirt at the right Is another of tho smart, plaited models which are not so frequently seen this season. It is made of n new weavo In silk In which stripes, differing In color and weave, make the way of tho designer ensy. These run round tho flguro nnd tho plaits In tho skirt are arranged to form a panel at tho back and front. Almost without exception, bolts and girdles are made of tho same material as the bklrts. JOHN E. OWENS Attorney and Counsellor at Liw CONWAY HJUMNG InfetfWKMMIilltofS. A. A.Worsley DouglasLWorsliy Attorneys and Counsellors at Law ) No. 179 West Washington St Suite 1010 Telephone Mala 372 Res. Phom .fiawfcwy " T.l.pho-SJiS?6 Coburn & Bentley Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Suite 56 IOC North La Salle Street CHICAGO LARGEST VENEER PLANT IN THE WORLD TELEPHONE CANAL 930, 931 C. L. Willey Co, C B. WILLEY, President Manufacturer and Dealer in Veneer Mahogany FOREIGN and DOMESTIC Hardwood Lumber Office, Yard and Dock: 2558 South Robcy Street One Block South of Blue Island Avea CHICAGO, ILL. Diderich Lunde WHOLESALE MEATS 118 W.Ohio Street Phones Superior 2393-5279 4 Droadwsy rhons Sunnynlda 6019 IIRANCIIE9 2021-30 W. Madlton St. Phona Seetey 1598-159T-H3J tUO-12 Oroadwsy Pbons Edrewsttr Til2 John Agar Co. PACKERS Phone Drover 8200 4057 South Union Street CHICAGO W. F. Cummings ESTABLISHED 1911 Quick Service Laundry Co. 319-321-323 S. PAULINA ST. NEAR VAN BUREN A phone message to West 3166 for our wagon to call for your shtrt bundle, family washing or flat-work is the quickest 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 $10,000.00 DCcr $20,000.00 ACCDeathtaI ti ft ft ft tin per Yenr for $1 ,UUU.UU Hfe if totally disabled by illness or accident. Other splendid features in the policies. Policies in smaller amounts if desired. EMANUEL WEIL REPRESENTING NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO. Phone Central SS01 39 S. LaSallo St. ENGINEER CONTRACTOR f Phone West 3232 330-332 South Paulina St. CHICAGO Busiest Because Best 3118-20 Armitage Avenue Near Kedzie Avenue Phones Albany 117 and 118 I w :.. tiuiMUt ylt-rre-WMi,M-ieit1imtmi,tfiir'uinr'