Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on November 9, 1930 · 4
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r k I - , , t, , , L 1 , L Table and Six Chairs Mott' '017 Presenting the eilristocracy of alotordom Hotel DRAKE, November 8th to 15th ' 2:00 I: 11:00 P. M, Including Sunday rirITE AUTOMOBILE SALON presents annually to a discriminating and distinguished clientele, all that is really meritorious in high-grade motor cars, custom coach. work, and the various accessories thereto, admirably staged in a beautiful and appropriate setting and on a scale commensurate with the importance and character of the products exhibited. - The world's foremost carrossiers will present a brilliant ensemble of new crea. dons in custom coachwork. ON EXHIBITION CADILLAC CORD FRANKLIN MARMON ROLIS-ROYCII CHRYSLER IMPERIAL CUNNINGHAM LA SALLE PACKARD srurz DUESENBERG LINCOLN PIER(2-ARROW RAY lt, MEMO' FISHER mrrwooD COACHWORK EXHIBITS BY JUDKINS LOCKE LA GRAN'DE MURPHY LE BARON , ROLLSTON 1r A c rt n , 1 I. rt , e, s e POLL DISCLOSES VIANT IN HOMES ; OF JOBLESS MEN Many Lack Food and Fuel; Some Face Eviction. BY KATHLEEN McLAUGIILIN. - Among the queue i of jobless wait for registration yesterday were , case whirh illustrate the acute needs arising out of the unemployment aitnation,. i There was the young widow who bad attended a 'university for s. year, now spending her nights at the Hyde ' Park police station through the kindness of the force there. She has a ; three year old son,-and she has had no work for six month& She bad done general housework. worked 8,3 & waitress, and solicited from door to door for & marazine company. Now, at 23, ehe is destitute and hopeless. Ills NVIte Is au Invalid. , ' There was the scrupulously neat. gray haired, roan of 60, who for 20 years was a foot manager for a loop clothing concern. lb e was laid oft seven months aro arid has found no s work since. His alte is an invalid, ' and they have been -terved with an eviction notice by their landlord. Like ! many of tits fellow unfortunates, the elan asked for any kind of work at all." ' There was the pathetic 42 year old janitor one of the few that admitted , his physical condition is not good. A year and a ball ago be lost his last job. , There ts no food nor fuel in his borne. lie bas moved three ' times lit a year because he Could not ray his rent, and another eviction Is imminent. Ile was- loaned a coat and shoes by a neighbor in order to make the trip to the registration place yesterday, and be begged for some position as elevator, operator or any light work. At the Jones school, Harrison and ' Plymouth court, Mrs. Margaret Dab-cock, in charge of the teachers and the janitors, who were handling the Yegistration there, told of one middle aged man who, when asked his emergency needs. broke down and cried. Me had not eaten in three days. The teacher taking the data on his case , pressed a dollar bill Into his hand. , - - Sells Clothes to Buy Food. 1 4 1 ot One SO year old semen declared she had been forced to sell her clothing and furniture in., order to eat, yet could not meet the rent on her small i home, which is only $15 a month. For 1 four dresses sbe received only $S. She cannot do housework, but is a good sook. 1 ,-; Bernard ,F4--- is 79 years old. His I ease attracted attention at the board it education department at liiii West 1 Randolph street, where hundreds of 1 similar cases had already been heard. i His wife is an invalid, 76 .years old, . with only him to provide for her. He I had no money, no food, no fuel in the house, and was behind In his rent. He has bad no 'workas a laborer1 tor two years. The circumstances I atemed so desperate that a collection I was taken up among the registrars to help him out temporarily, ,, Out of Job for Seven Months. I t Another story of a desperate plight was told by a coal miner, George Ite has & sick wife and a crippled daughter, owes $100 board, and 2ias not been able to find a job in seven months. Did you ever stop to think how long the days are when you haven't anything to do?" one brawny chap, 33 years old and six feet three inches tall, asked Mrs. Babcock. "A year ago the C., B. A Q. laid me off, temporarily. they said. I've looked every. ' where for work. I go to the public library and wash my shirt in the wash room there, cribbing a bar of soap whereter I can. I've only one sock leftthe other gave out. If I don't get something soon I'll simply have to check outthat's all." i The Madison street hobo type was conspicuously absent from these lines of men. Many were well dressed, though their clothes were showing signs of wear. More than a few, curtly declared they could not accept charity tliey wanted was work. , Miss Lime Davis. directing the registration at the board of education headquarters at 460 South Wabash avenue, pointed out that the majority are skilled workers. It 1 1 ttr2: i ) 1 N:) ,.; 1 g7S31:Krg al-'7,..1 i ! 11.- --- --gi On Sistr-iblva St. Neer Halstimi t 00 Ovine Av.. Neer Maritime Os Milwaukee Ave. Neer Askiaedi rOat IlAncels Ave. Near Belneent Soles, Heels Best Service While You Walt or Delivered Fre. Wiebeiat's Durable quality oak leather soles and high grads rubber heels attached to any sets shoes. Workmanship. Flaterials g d a anteed. Sewed or nailed. Ears els Basoononits ....00- .,r"'.ira "111, 1, vow' "I .,4k-"r1 yr A rr - :f. W' ' - ,A momminnennonlmmmW1 , e etrinlqattntran t7nbunt. CRZATEST liEWSPAPEit , eL LX.1X11 iii Xt, to.. A t Stkadar, Nov. S. Ihibl!abed very $unday' et Tribune Square. Cht-ago 1:11nona. Tan T.-thou -,arrvIrty, triblsber. MAIL sub:-.CRIPTIoN subo.-riott,woP,1,- 110 li t outokle of irb!aeni. Ind.. lows. Nun.. and Wd1.--LiaLy sar1) :1;114tA7. (me PAW. Si AO. Zvoest 8 and 4 in stake other than !IL !rid.. Iowa, lint- an1 17.5d tee year Zt ne.11 5 and itk-luolveCanatio, Mexico. 810,, forpowDatir ZA) Per Year. Futereti Vofi i elaa matter AU. 12. fiu3. at tbo poi.tGAWO OS CfalcoSo wider eel 01 March 4. 1878 SMM FIGURES ON CHICAGO'S JOBLESS WORKERS The table below Dhows the number of unemployed who had regirktered the various schools at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. At that time the total was 75,2111, of whom 23121 were classified an "needy" and In need of Immediate relief: Lea lined, nee.171 Adams 34 SS Assists 36 250. Andersen 244 332 Audubon 46 117 Anoka Mak 11 70 Avalon Park 6 50 Avondale 23 209 Barnard 17 73 Barry 16 67 Beans 119 203 Besubien 72 1631 Beld ler 61 2021 15 Bell 24 Bennett .... 33 Blaine 21 Boone 9 Bowen 10 Bradwell Brentano 83 Bright 75 Bryant 73 Bryn Mawr 4 Burbank 47 Burks .. 208 Bur ler 83 Burn 47 Burnside 150 Calhoun 97 Cameron 71 Carpenter 212 Chalmers 30 Chopin 87 Christopher 2 Oar' 76 Cleveland 00 Clinton 7 84 Colman 292 212 Columbus 75 103 Cook 11 103 Coon ley 12 140 Cooper 105 122 Copernicus 136 170 CorkerY 40 73 Cornell 68 126 Crane Tech 38 02' Crester 69 76 Creeler Jr 60 181' Dante 72 68 Davie 16i) 167 Delano 2$ 141 Dewey 62 Dist. 6 Vilti 3486 Dixon 6 65 Doolittle 600 200 Dore 194 213 Douglas 427 242 Drake .155 200 Earle 15 110 WIFE KILLED IN AUTO HE DROVEI SUES OWN FIRM Rockford, 111., Nov. 11.---11j. Jacob Krause sued today his own Company for $10,000 damages as the re suit of his wife's death In an automobile accident near Elgin Nov. IS. 192). H. named aa defendant tho Krause Supply company, of which he Is president and owner. The accident occurred. Krause charged, while he was en route to Chicago on company business and was acting as an agent for the supply company. He charged be drove the automobile in a "careless and Improper manner." which resulted in his wife's death. and contended that the company Is liable. The Krause company Is a corporation and carries liability insurance. Krause was seriously Injured In the accident. I .OnMlinr., 67 203 163 202 SO 104 1 r7 1451 45 83 60 190 10'2 170 49 90 2'27 169 14'2 276 143 209 162 PO 163 7 288 290 84 212 103 103 140 12E 170 73 126 Leas Needi need, ENnter 4 46 Edwards 120 180 emetton 136 161 Emmet 7.5 110 t naive EL 46 104 Falconer 13 Feteenthal 425 359 Field 3 56 Flower Tech 2 15 rOteMan Jr 33 145 Forestville 363 $30 Fort Dearb's 22 $7 Foster 50 120 Franklin 41 108 Tranklin Jr. 82 128 Froebel 136- 168 Fulton 3 117 Gate Park 11 140 Gale 8 29 Gallietel 58 152 Garfield 140 125 Garfield 38 104 Goethe 27 108 Goodrich e 90 65 Gond,' "pi, 19 111 Graham 89 240 Grant 200 200 Gray 29 25 1GrettOr1 . 39 148 GrVelY 18 64 Greene 119 125 Gresham 12 69 IGunseulue 419 1321 Heine 82 31 Hale 52 88 Hamilton 20 144 Hamlin 4...142 202 Hammond .107 140 Harvard 87 50 flauga .4... 11 174 Haven 95 108 Hal 18 102 Hayes .....215 151 HAYS 15 43 Hawthorne 08 213 Healy 130 160 Hendricks 88 171 Henderson 28 120 Henry 33 136 Hers Jr 137 150 Hibbard 10 54 Hirsch Jr 35 65 Hirsch 100 Hitch 38 93 Hookway 10 34 Howland 91 153 Hyde Pk. 111. 13 96 Irving Park. 83 63 , Jackeon 118 118 Jahn 48 120 Latta, near Marion Oak Park O. W. 11;-char'clson .4 , , ,v7-1 S.,:;11 - --!!-Y 0 , , :1 ,,,,.,t , !' ,,k -e, ,,,,,-. , 1 -. -. '('-i',- ,N, ,. t.., 1, , ,, ,: ty.,7,,:-, , -., ,- ,,. 1. - -- lose Need: needy Jefferson ISO 140 Jenner 3S0 150 Jirka P7 40 Junsman 85 .162 Kelly 4 62 Xelvyn. rk le 63 Kenwood 23 $1 Key 4 70 Xing , 47 85 Knickerbo'n't 28 185 Komensity lel 153 Kniminskt 10 104 1-atlyette 72 286 take View. le 106 Lane Trek In W81 42 ..38 42 Lane Teeb 104 tampon 70 LeMoyn .. 56 Lowia-Cham 44 Leyden 84 Libby 80 Lindblom 11 Linn 45 Locke 20 Logan 78 Longfellow 08 Lyon 76 Mimic? Jr 177 Mann 17 )(arab 42 Marshall - 175 Marquette 10 May 48 Mayfair 12 Mfrs! Samples, Finest Grade E,11 IO. it, ALL PIANO 1Kimtall Hall 4. - Mfrs! Samples, Heavy Quality Seamless Axminster Rugs Regular $42.50 Quetyl A pleas- 9xI2 ing selection of Chinese end $22s" Persian designs in colors of Tan. Rose, artd Vue. Worsted Wilton Rugs Regularly $1501 A splendid assort- 9xI2 ft. merit of Tan. Rose, and Taupe colors in Oriental Des;gns. These new Rugs $89 will give years of luxurious service. 16, ft.. Of 114110V2 ft, 831.50 7124 ft., PS Only $8.90 first parnont on Our Now Plan 42 1141 1401 187 135 142 210 94 128 280 64 108 360 17 85 57 107 108 182 90 Lest. Itoody needy McKay 47 148 McKinley 44 109 McPbereon 26 208 Mitchell 134 131 Morgan Park 20 tine 87 112 Mosely 88 38 1M0 277 17 Mosart . Si 205 Mt. Oreanwd. 60 36 Mt. Vernon 14 49 M81-Phl 15 182 Nash 24 182 Nettle lberrat 63 135 latgbtknrala 24 200 Nobel 52 173 Norwood Pb 20 29 Norwood Pk. 18 311 Oakland 255 99 Ogden el 209 Oglesby 18 115 1 30 Onaltaa 49 50 Orr 45 143 Otis 19 283 O'Toole ...4 12 118 Painter 10 125 Park Idanor..85 .135 Parker 27 30 Parkman 91 128 Parksida 8 65 Pasteur . 10 98 Peabodi 298 171 Perry 131 173 , Petarooa 1 76 306 S. Wabash Ave. Co.Chicago and Oak ale of Sample From The showrooms of one of the Nation's greatest manufacturers of fine quality Rugs come these splendid values for this event. Every Rug perfectand priced to make you a handsome saving. ' $ - If you need a new Rug for any room hi your home see tills display at Richardson's. luxurious, heavy tufted wool rugs in lovely Persian designs, aglow with rich colors of Blue, Rose, Tan, and Camel. Fringed and seamless. A saving of $61 on Rugs you might be justly proud to own. See them tomorrow., O. W. Richardson & Co. ot rnicAnn nrrynivr rnrnt7N1 NOVE3rITEIT Laos Ireac ly beds Pickard 191 154 Plamondon 29 66 POntt 60 116 Pop 14 109 Porta", Park $7 135 Presrott 92 231 Pullman 143 147 Pullman 15 24 Pu II'n Br. 2 106 66 Raster 4 27 Ray . 35 94 Ruin lond 694 342 Reilly 125 150 Reinberir 20 130 Revere 40 37 Revers 13 72 200 62 Rowers 271 72 Roosevelt II 115 Ryder 99 1135 Sabin Jr 67 117 Saw yer Ave 49 99 Seammoit 20 146 Scanlan 115 Schley 70 Schineider 72 Schubert 40 Schur 21 Scott 47 Sexton 47 Sexton 109 Sheridan 80 Sheridan. 3L110 Sherwood 148 Shields 105 R10111ABBILIE k. the one piano in the world of in (expensive price, used by celehntted art4sts and teachers, and possessing one of 4he oldest and most venerable names in pbutodom the one instrument in its price class widely used in concert, and ,the choice of over 500,000 families! Established 1857 u25 :Senores possession Of Llemailut Grand , sVXM3A11111000. Open Evenings Mb ,' 24 Swine ZOO 86 Sullivan Jr 10 38 27 Sumner 155 638 94 Sutherland 3 7 142 8Wing 60 163 150 Talrott . 235 265 130 Taylor 00 89 137 Tennyson 114 150 72 Thorpe 48 226 62 Tilden 62 89 72 Tilton 40 150 114 Tonti 10 157 1e5Tule1 Bich 19 42 2171Twain 68 110 9919. InifillinfP11 $1 364 1461Van4erpoel 10 20 244 Wadsworth 41 186 219 Waller 43 96 150 Wals6 133 114 leo Ward 200 - 30 210 Warren 19 39 102 Washington 180 173 198 Waters 17 105 1515 Wells $3 100 144 Whitney 37 las 120 Whittier 121 120 175 Willard 442 195 245 W. Pullman.18.0 300 Less 144011 needy Skinner ....lee $ it9 Spalding; 12 72 Spey .1100 280 Stanley' 14 11 Stewart 64 248 Stone 2 31 w111 12 30 swine 2,00 Sullivan Jr... 10 38 Sumner 155 638 Sutherland 3 7 Swing 60 163 Taleott 235 265 Taylor 00 89 Tennyson 114 150 Thorpe 48 226 Tilden 62 89 Tilton 40 150 Tonti 10 137 Tuley Then 19 42 ugs American Orientals Sheen-Tipe-7-Every Rug Perfect f.; S. 9x12 ft. Regularly $150 , Only $8.90 First Payment on Our New Plan - Mfrs: Samples, Best Quality Seamless Axminster Rugs The most wanted colors and pat- 9x12 ft. terns in this fine group. Sturdily made Rugs that will give you $36-50 years of satisfactory wear. 27154 In.. OM Van In, $US bit ft. 82710 4122612 ft -e $12.:50 VI Oslo 133 114 Ward 200 30 Warren 19 39 Waahington 180 173 Waters 17 105 Well $3 100 Whither 37 133 Whittier 121 120 Willard 442 195 W Pullman 18.0 300 Al fre- Samples, Seamless Wool Wilton Rugs - I ' - , 1 Chicago ark Regularly $90. Thrifty shoppers will. 91E12 ft. welcome this value. Long-wearing C49 - ., Rugs. Firmly woven in beautiful Rose, w Tan, and Blue colors. Oriental designs. , 4119 ft., $393$ ,111421012 ti SO , -- (Est. 1875) 125 So. Wabash Ave. Just North of Adams 80,000 LISTED IN CITY CENSUS OF UNEIIPLOYED Mentioned lento Bret pane.) a fraction of New Tort's jobless army. - At the Detroit registration, which observer" pronounced highly efficient, the total figure was 90,000 jobless Since economists and labor ezperts have pronounced Detroit's unemployment more acute than Chicago's. members of the commission decide,' that, on a comparative basis. the reale Inno. . situation as clearly hero a the Detroit registration hed,in that city. Many varied occupations and conditions of life were represented ln the ranks e the cennue centers. There was a father of seven, a ?killed mechanic, who had borrowed shoes to make the trip downtown. There was a white haired widow. neatly dressed and with patient taco. who hoped for position as a (overflew,. The number and detail of questions Ott the blanks in some eases impeded quick registration. At tho Farren school. 6030 south 'Wabash avenue. some 600 Negroes in the waiting line became Incensed at the detail aml threatened to become unruly until D0 . lice were called. Practically no die. order was observed elsewhere, bow. ever. Questions to Registrants. Registrants were required to state their name, age, . address, time and 1 place of Mat employment, profession or trade if any, number of dependents and church or club affiliation. The last question was inserted to facilitate tration here yeaterday pictured the allottrnent of needy cameo; to the proper O. W. RICHARDSON SE CO. THANKSGIVING SPECIAL ,ove13T Elizabethan Dining Group 0.1 Lake, near Marion. OAK PARK charity, whether Catholic, Protestant, Jewish or nonotectarian. Matching dollar for dollar. Items. Roebuck $5 Co. will bin wlttr zo,00e employe in a move to raise $300,000 for nsttional unemployment relief dur-, ing the next sixteen weeks. it was revealed last night. The mall order house pledges itself to give one dollar for every dollar contributed by an employ. Plans for the employte-company contribution Will be submitted to the employils tomorrow. Its approval is certain, officials sold, the relief program having originated with the employes themselves. Rail Employs to AI. Announcement was made last night by the Chicago. Milwaukee. St. Paul and Pacific railroad that its 40,000 ernployes would contribute part of their pay to aid 10.000 idle employ fri of the railroad. The subscriptions will be voluntary, and will be deposited with the treasurer of the road and administered by the executive relief committee. Relief groups will be formed at the van-- nue divisions and terminals of the road CHICAGO AND OAK PARK All Oak, Specially Priced $ Only $27.90 First Payment on Our New Plan Prepare now for that Thanksgiving Dinner! This suite in the Elizabethan manner repre. sents the finest development of the popular vogue for oak. Refectory type of table extends to 8 feet ... , large enough to seat 12 people conveniently. Comfortable, roomy Chairs with at. .-i , tractive Antique Velvet Seats. 1:n- questionably, this is our greatest value of the Fall in Dining Room Furniture. Pieces Sold Separately. Buffet, $64; China Cabinet, ' . $54; Server, $34 . ,. S kSW 014. swig ligAltf011 MI 1116100:041 Pitt CORRECTION! IA err adverfloornmit, I Part 7, Pogo 70)40 Duo Tone Blankets, Advertised at $6.89, Saso should read 66xe0 Duo Tone Blankets, Advrtti,d at $730, S6.89 should read Roston Steee-1,o114 P:440.-ths,60.1 Allyert State 0048 Joshua R. H. Potts Patent end Tray-Mark Laryff Monday Evenings until 8:30 160 North L. Sella St, Chits', 10 Pieces Richardsor e?' Co. - ' ..(Est. 187a) 125 So. Wabash Ave. ' , JUST NORTH OF ADAMS - s In' - -ii 81 Annomm.....nommol 1111 i t , 8voto 8 mud 4 in suit" other 7than III.. TA.. Lake, near Ma tiOn - (Est. 1875) 125 So. Wabash Ave. III I 11.1milmillmil.m.112.' I.' , ows, lit,t,.. , IT,--r:!.y 1.5! t.f ye'? .. . Ztu rpor's 5 an1)41 d A itoluNtveCanatia, Mexico. Oak Park , , - . Just North of Adams 8,! to1v t12.:.0 utt Year., , , t'.4' Ft, tenPti at ow..-ou-i elaa mattor Aut. 12. - , lou3. at chi pol.t.alitalo $ t Clatoto wider act -- -- --- , , . , 11 01 )114tull 8., 1,578," - , . . r " . ' A , . . , V ..,....L I, MEM.. ,,-,.. .. ,. t -Tr-, ..,.........inwep ; WA1 ! tua OKA" Plittn 'PT I 0 ti I . I r.., , : ego I, 1 pi . Biartitets, 1 . $8.50 no Blank ' c() A A - 1 , . t -- 1 lup ' ',, ! ! t ! 11 ! , e------,s.7Z" -- 10 Pieces , ; -, 0 '10F31V01101000tIMM : All Oak, - $279 ,,. , PEI A Di o e , r . ,,,.. ., :-1... t.,,, , . ,, Specially , .... , 4. ,,,,,, ,,...-.... t '41,- 4 t EtA, '1'4'4 :s .. (0 :-"'". -A.111C :3 aa- - it4- Ott'... 4tt;twalket ir , ; t - - . , . it Priced - , al . .;.e 1 ----------'2.-7-74.10.- Only $27.90 First Payment 1 : , . on Our New Plan , . . . Prepare now for that Thanksgiving Dinner! - - - . -4- -- -,..r ri...' ;,...7"........------....-------- -------------....---:..7,---n- .---7,---- -.' , -,-.---------. ----' -,--or---10, f i .-'..;' s." . 1111 ' This suite in the Elizabethan manner repre. . 1 ' . ,..' . , , -.sr- popular , tel., A,1141t sents the finest development of the - . - 1 , , ,, vogue for oak. I . lir ,so CI , - li ) ill stl'' ,Int r ' . itelectory type of table extends to 8 feet - . RT. . large enough to seat 12 people conveniently. , ' , ,as , 401.4sEa.T. It 1 t:; . . k - -7-1 . . ' iiipliqg LI ,. ... ,.,e,,....,ti. k,s - . ai, o8 the one piano In the world of ba . i Comfortable, roomy Chairs with at- . - 1 , ,. do tractive Antique Velvet Seats. I:n- ve price, used by celebrated art- -......,- .--.. s. ----- . ' -'' Lts and teathers, and possessing one of , lei -'''' 4 Cf? ' itt21,,- "ss)s., , ,,...,,,;11 quetionably, . --s-, -, , 4, , s this is our greate st , -;, ., '. - - , 1-,,,s,,4 4be oldest and most venerable names in e, '''. -'' ' :' '' planodom....the one instrument in its ' .; , .-, .4 pdee dasa widely used in concert. and t1.... ' . . ,the choke of over S00,000 fomiliest im, as ;:', Y..YL1'.. i: 1 t, value of the Fall in Dining Room : a4lwisl ... '4'12: ' 1.1 JI.!Bm.711. Buffet, $64- China Cabbie, , ,, 1111' itt , 1 11 . I , - 11, ' i Furniture. . . ' Pieces Sold Separately. ' 0 Table and , Ilitel I. . , 4 t - 4,,,,,, 1 i $54; Server, $34 Seetwn possession of Six Chairs . a . lemailut Coosa . t , - - , $127 14-iti---------, ---N1 liknv..E111N111BAS,I1,- II,(DO. Only S12.70 first . ...,-. t. , .k , Ot . 306 S. Wabash Ave. - ., f ' 1(' ( -, 1.. I- 1,- a i 11.1 I I tl. t .6 payment an ear -f . 41 I i- 1 I - 'I et '' . v Kimball Hall Established 1857 Chicago new plan. . ,...---, 1 i A -1. I '' - , d it, 4 -4-1' . i , , 4 , ut , ir 1 , Open Evenings , -,,,,:,.--,-----,.-.0,,,,..--.,,---. .,4",-..- , . 1 y , :"......-.1.,,-- t.,1 . , t,i a ft- 11 ;;tt 1 , 1 - 4414.4,44.." ,--, - -,, ---, , - -- I. , , k , , ---.-"--.2 :--:-------:.L ---, ,,1 Ifittr411115t.IUI! I - , ' - i :"Irl,,- A-v----7":" 4.. 4414,:c0. ', ,I, ' t . 1 4 4 ' ,f f' , tt,, N s 1 ej,"' - ..2. --------- 4.4; ------ei ,------, ' . i LI -Al'ik1,L.-- - ----., - ..... I ri -,,,,,-- I , g Iti ) 4 , --- ',.......,-;---4-01-- - 1 i 1 & ' Co.Chicago and Oak Park , -lop.. N I r.t -,.. -: . . , , e;losrl: ' ' ."-; ......." ' ' 'I, , , , i, - --.1 . lab c i '';, 4-:"t-' ''' ;AT ' 1 I k 1 r3) . 4' e' hi' I t-q-';,-- s' ','"...', I t '1.s.l 1 . , , tfr,t 4".1111:t7:1 ;441-1.5- i 14.....-: 11 ' 1 , 1 ' - . , i A 41 ' i t I ik , , ,:t,,,,,4 1,1 ,,, - 1 ,, , I-, 1 , 1-----:" '',a,0Petel'-'14 - - 111 11 . . ' 70 - , 4 3 11 1 i f v., ,: 1 t yf one of the Nation's greatest manufacturers of 5 ll . Sample 1 ugs ip!",404,44'"" 1, 41 , 1 . iNAk'P ., ,, I r 0 ,,- , k , 1 1, , ,,,,, , , , .N.---zi '', -' lal .1----, these splendid values for this event. E R - -"''''' ,'"'"''', -. -------.3, ' ' ' ',I ' . . , --.- - 1. 1 I, ! very Rug , . . , - , 4 '-. . , 11 . , - -- 14 . 1 . it o make you a handsome saving. ' ...------ . --..- , , il , , . - . - . , . -4 -4 . . 14 . , Amertcan Ottentals , , w 1 C . , , , S -.)1',' , , ,,,,,,,,,, 1 , ff, hsen-Tipe-7-Evitry Rug Perfect f, ' . A. S. 0 P. i eg C 0 . v , .. . . - Laie,'near Marion - ' 1 . (Eat. 1875) ' 125 So. Wabash Ave. , OAK PARK , , , JUST 1N'ORTH OF ADAMS I A . , - Z) ., 1 . , , , . . . , - - t-t E .nal.... t 1 .. fi 7- T u.T le I L P''7r Love y, Izabeth .f. , ar , . , :,,.:0,,..., , , , library and wash my shirt in the perfectand priced to make you a handsome saving. - . 61 wash room there, cribbing a bar of , , . I . . soap whereter I can. I've only one , ' 11 3 Sock leftthe other gave.out. If I . i don't get something soon I'll simply '? t-i.:14;74.4 I .' K''''' - American Olientals . , . 1 ia,. to check outthat's all." i .,,.; 7i1., ,,, itd8 O a . ; The Madison street hobo type was ' i'..- ! ; , t 4' C c ; i; t k I; '--- ' ' 0 VV. R -' i chards r if ? - Co. oonspicuously absent from these lines 4 r ...,- , 49,,t 0- Sheen-Tipe-7-Every Rug Perfect 0 f.; . ' 125 So. Wabash Ave. sgns of wear Mors -,1 of men. Many were well dressed, - , , . I -4 s. ( ithough their clothes were showing Ti..r'Ci II:1 ''''' ' t''' .)-' 1 ' . thekt )4 f ,. . . Lat&e,, near Marion - , 1 AE - , (En. i875) 1 i. than a few curtly 1 .L,... i '. I 5 t ''' N, 1, . OAK PARK MST INORTH OF Allots I ' declared they could not accept charity i ' , . oall ttiey wanted was work. , Miss toe'AL;:t l''''' 7,- .--) c., $ 0 1 . , . 0 ' . , , , , , , , Anne Davis. directing the registra-4 ,, ' ' ,11,7A - ,aemaimeneummenar aa 1 ton at the board of education head- ) j., d'ela,14.'.01 - ''' ''''i : , onEENIMMINEWIIMEINOIMMOINIMMEMENInk. - 1, . .7 4 .c 4tuarters at 460 South Wabash avenue. . . ,, I,. , ' ''.,,t, , c V ; ........ee.e.ee,e............ ' point Immide"'":w ed out that the majority are (.:i - ' v., 4 t c, a , skilled workers. ' e SP , -. ,i i st !:- ,,,,,-.1 ,t), , ''; fr ,tit,,, , , 4 ., si ir; , ,... ,,,,,,, 4 . , ,,., , , ,., ;-..; ,. . . 1 , , , ,,, ,, . , , . , , ., 4 I , sir 1- t : , 1 , cpp 0-fiv, ,4 ,,-,,, - 9x12 ft. , I ' , 1 WIEBOLD ,.) 1 1.-,,. ,,.., ,. ikr , , ,,, . .4 , k C 41 t E, , . ' ' ) , ; ,.: y 1) 7 7,,,a,..,-4. J ,. , A.-,s ,.;, s , "'"- ' t Regularly $150 . . . c , ,, , ,,,,, ,,,A tit -' ''''t: '1 1 ,' ,,!.-;, .fi,t . , , (xtratizi Aa, , mot . 4 '.i"' 1 '''''ai 0 - s' 4 t I 0703:KBZITI i ,,,,..r s .. ,...... i 'I, ..,, ,,, ',.. S.:ft:F ., i vl ' I c - . ' ' i t 4 , 0 t IN Only $8.90 First Payment . r; 1 , ,...-. - z,'- , .., st' t' . t-,R,I.,' r'''' ' ,S' 1 ' , lo , 14,,I. -k," .,,,'' ' 5:- -) AUTOMO 1 IEH LE on Our New Plan -, ' . , Out Siste-thied St. Naar Halshat t iteOrlitA Jilo ,- Oa Ovine As. Neer Meime , a ralt -, , ow If you nee . Oa Ihigerauhee Ave. Naar Askioad , 1 - ) . . Os "Ameba Ava. Near Selnesal . , , ' d a new Rug for any room in your homesee this 'display at . - SALO Richardson's. Luxurious, heavy tufted wool rugs in lovely Persian designs, 1 , . , . .. - -iv,- 4t. El 1 . Soles, Fleets. aglow with rich colors of Blue, Rose, Tan, and Camel. Fringed and seamless. A , stocracy of , I saving of $61 on Rugs you might be justly proud to own. See them tomorrow., , Presenting the eilri dom cg 1 . Bost Service WhIla You I I - , Walt or Delivered Fre 1 - 311r5! SamPles Heat'l Qualiti Mfrs: Samples, Best Qualiti , 0 Hotel DRAKE, November 8th t 15th I tii Seamless Axminster Rugs - Seamless Axminster Rugs I , , , . , , . ga.lity! A pleas- 9xI2 ft . 9x. . ' I 0 Reulr $42 50 Qua The most ZOO to 11:00 P. M, Including Sunday ellir11:1116.-'4-73r it - .. It Durable quad- Pers ing selection of Chinese and t ian designs in colors of Tan . 41 22..5' minostthnnfneedgcrooluotsp. end s tu rpdai ity- 12 ft. 1 .50 1 -. , wgeivare. YOU $ 3 of t.: ity oak leather Rose, and Vue. . years of oRf Rugs rrITE AUTOMOBILE SALON presents annually to a discriminating and distinguished 4 ft I really meritorious in high-grade motor cars, custom coach. AS 1243 In., 16.21 412:611 work, and the various that is reavarous accessories thereto, admirably staged in a beautiful and ap- - PI I grad soles and high 27xS4 In. SI rubber I . - . ft. Si2.50 azt ft. $27.50 .1. clientele, propriate setting and on a sèn.le commensurate with the importance and character -i heele s attached Mfrs-. Samples, Fittest Grade - to an sit of the products exhibited. . - shoes. y Work- Worsted Wilton Rugs . mfrs.. Samples, Seamless Th 111 ttil mapship. dina- an Rose, an - ' e world's foremost carrossiers will present a brilliant ensemble a new crea 1,3 4 - tertals g d a r- Regularly $1501 A splendid as'sort- 9x12 'fi.' Re9ularty $90 Thrifty shoppers will. 91E12 ft. ON EXHIBMON Wool Wilton Rugs dons in custom coachwork. oe . 4-1 anteed. Sewed . ment of T, Rd Taupe colors ti or nail ed. . , in Oriental Designs. These new Rugs $O 0 CADILLAC - ' CI1D . FRANKLIN MARMON - ROLLS-ROYCE Wiebedies Iersolo Basoononits will give years of luxurious service. V s 490 CUNNINGHAM LA SALLE PACKARD :1 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL num INIONPOIONNIIIIINIONOM : :. welcome this value. Long-wearing ) DUESENBERG LINCOLN PIERCE-ARROW Rugs. Firmly woven in beautatilfduleRstogsnes1 $ 11. $tt 1141101A f1, SI1.50 71219 ft. $7S Tan and Blue colors. lien , , a ,. 49 f , , y . first payment on Our Now Plan &et ft. $19-7$ '8141:1012 ft., $4$ -- t Chinn ''-tMtrall.trtiblittt. Only $8 90 COACHWORK EXHIBITS BY ... , ---,k-Ntlit viusurS CRIATEST litlYSPAPEit . BREWSTER ' RAY IL DIETRICH JuDKINs LOCKE WALKER 1 1 , . . BRUNN FISHER LA GRAN'DE . MURPHY , 'WATERHOUSE , ,i-ta. LI11.11. Sunder. Nev. IL Ne- 45 , , DER HAM WIYMANN I . ImrwooD LE BARON , ROLLSTON , L 4 arnuat 'WILLOUGHBY Publ'ebi41 every Sunday at Tribune &Man. tlit -ago i'l loono. , Toe T-ibtluo f-,arrvIrly onblsber. .. N(' Ricilaroson & t C 0 1 l' ' ensle PEEIMinkm moMME. 1..111M.n) 1 Vaal subo...rlott,,Da-P,v,e an lii, LWout-aide of 1 I I a , - I 1 rh, ihroi Jodi . foot Mu h . and .-L.-U14 -'... I f t orrli ztuRtay, one 7,ar. Si 2 W. . r::i S

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