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I I 4Tef 71, ,,, il 'GLOVE 1 , --,-- I and foe thzt reason the President flii 1 N 11, i not care to discuss the prohibition 1 ouestien wi him . I hi. I 11. . S BASED !I Prohibition forces are baily split i over Mr. Howard's letter criticizing I in cAtIADA TRAp the President. , 1 , In his letter to the President Mr. 1 Howard said his organittion represented the feelings of twenty-four organizations which were scandalized at 1 I the failure of the Coolidge administral UN s, Ruh Rill I ER tion to enforce prohibition. Immediately after its publication. however. there Aims a split in the committee and the three organizations rec.- fegnized by the prohibition unit as the c n . leading anti-wets hastened to assure iose ooperation Be- t the President they were not responsible for the report. Those organizations were the Methodist board of temper- tween TWO Nations. enc., the Anti-Saloon league. and the 'national organization of the W. C. T. II. Dry Members Resign. As a result of the letter. there were several resignations from the united committee. Those who quit included Edwin C. Dinwiddie the Rev. Dr. Clarence True Wilson. and Oliver W. Stewart. The executive committee of the Anti-Saloon league commended President Coolidge and the justice depnrtment for setting aright the controversy about the responsibility of the federal government to prosecute all violators of the federal prohibition law." Capt. W. H. Stayton, founder and national chairman of the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment, scored the united committee tonight. "The drys, In this matter, are far from corning into court with clean hands," he said. " It will be recalled that they indorsed for reëlectIon Congressman Langley even when he was under indictment for bootlegging ac- In other words, their idea of a good citizen is a convict who drinks hut who votes the way they want him to." rDYER WANTS REPEAL 4 sLT.c,)00,00 'Washington, D. C. Dec. 4.--WThe conflict that has enveloped prohibition enforcement ever since its inception and has gained new momentum in the last few" days. tonight was headed toward its original battle groundthe I floors of congress. Both wets and drys are forming their lines for attack and defense. Among various proposals to be pre-1 sented to congress, outright repeal of the Volstead act will be sought by Representative Dyer, Missouri. ranking! Republican of the house judiciary committee and one of the wet leaders. who heretofore had contended merely for modification of the law. In discussing his bill for repeal of the prohibition law, Air. Dyer Raid the' government " has spent millions upon millions of dollars of the people's money in endeavoring to enforce a law that only a small majority of the people ever wanted."' " It is disgraceful for any nzan or woman to criticize the President under such circumstances," he declared. " It only goes to show what has often been claimed by many, and that is the radical prohibitionists and drys are neither fair nor honorable, and their only interfst in the matter is to keep up agitation that they may obtain further contributions from churches and others to bolster up their waning cause and to give employment at pay to their agitators." KIWANIS CLUBS HOLD RECEPTION; LEWIS IS SPEAKER Five thousand Chicago Kiwanians and their guests gathered at I-taints) gardens last night for their eighth annual reception and banquet. Former Senator J. Hamilton Lewis spoke on " ratriotism." lie urged on his hearers the importance of good citizenship as exemplided by the KtNN anis cubs. Among the guests were John .loss of Chicago. president of the board of the Kiwanis International. and J. W. C. Taylor of Montreal. Canada, past president. SEEK MISSING GIRL The Stoeltyards pollee were asked laet night to starch log Mary Shepherd. 18, el 4567 Wentworth avenue. who theePPeweed from her Nov an. The Chicago Tribune Offers FOR MOVIEGRMVIS Today's Winners of $100 Each A-re: MRS. THOMAS A. STELE , , lL Lake Forest. 111. , , Y - Flora Finch's funny features forrnigh A ,., 4 -v?' N fun for friendly Alm fans. sc,, 4 11'-',- 1 J. A. Davidson .4 . , 0. - 6041 S. Sacramento Ave.. Chicago '-, ' I Betty Blytha's baby blast blinkers I "Pl. : - ;', bewitch bashful blushing butter 4'k ....-- barons. Dotty I WIWI Four More Winners Tomorrow The Rules: ITntil further notice. The Chicago Tribune will pay Siti MOO a week for the beat original Moviegrams submitted by the public. $100..0 will be paid for each Moviegram accepted and published. Two will be selected every day and four Sunday. 2. A Moviegram is a clever sentence of ten words or less about any motion picture actor or actress. in whtch each word begins with the same letter as the first letter of the stars last name. For example. if a moviettratris is written about tdoris Swanson each word must start with the letter 3. This offer is open to everybody - men. women. boys and girlseater' employes of The Tribune and their families. It does not matter where you 1ve. Send a Moviegram Suggestion Today! Thaetsals 4 Do Lars in Cash Prizes My My name is Street address City Cht aktrtbo erline not:se:olds mOWE GRAM I of Milers in Writ, 'tour tWork.rrane to In is belem 14 on Cash Prizes MOb 111.61LANS.' allomo Tribloo. root Ottoci Bo 1I. cumace. Iraueuh suggestion for a lfolriegrans is: IP Winnipeg. Man., Dec. 4(Spectat I The United States government pr Under command of Maj.. B. B. Wilcox 1 planes have been sent from the eying :hibition enforcement division-, tin& Ee Id In Minneapolis, to combat the ,a treaty recently negotiatcd with Ca rum runners crossing the Manitoba :ada, just has sent to the Canadic boundary into North Dakota and Mtn- !government landing field in Winnipo nesota. On the basis of the Ottawa- a group of airplanes to patrol the Washington agreement the two federal ternational border for rum runner governments are cobgerating in an ef- fort to stamp out illicit trattic in booze These planes will cooperate southward. These same gentry carry back tobacco and other commodities on which t REACH VERDICT Canada imposes comparatively heavy duty. flamed Near Winnipeg. - IN KIP CASE; MAY Maj. Wilcox and his planes have been assigned to a field comparatively close to Winnipeg and with their superior speed and facility for disregarding highways can follow the rum running motor cars with ease. The number of planes Maj. Wilcox reports will be considerably increased from now until the end of the year. This is in order to frustrate what believed to be plans to smuggle extra heavy shipments over the international boundary to provide for the large' Christmas demand by thirsty Americans. With this source of supply made1 more difficult, Christmas cigars in Can-,; ada probably will cost nearer normal prices. Details are just at hand of capture near St. Cloud earlier in the week, re- i suiting from the activities of the-planes In which 25 cases of whisky were confiscated from one automobile. The speed of the plane dazzled the rum runner and made his capture easy. 1 IDRY NAVY BOOTLEG AID I New York, Dec. 4.-441-1:nited States District Attorney Buckner and his aids today said fresh proof of collusion between coast guard members and the alleged New York rum syndicate which dominated the Atlantic coast had been revealed in confessions and private papers taken from some of the eighteen men arrested yesterday as participants in the liquor ring-Notations of payments as high as $8,400, at a time to coast guardsmen by the syndicate; records of enormous profits on single cargoes, and an elaborate system of signals between coast guard boats and liquor ships were among the discoveries said to have been made. 18 Arrested; 25 Missing. William Dwyer. wealthy turfman. was arrested yesterday as the alleged head of the syndicate. Six members of the coast guard, said to have been in his pay. and eleven men accused of membership In the syndicate In various capacities also were taken. Federal prohibition officers today were search; ing for 25 more for whom warrants I , have been issued. I. Private papers found In the first i roundup indicate, among other inner secrets, that corruption of the guardsmen was not confined to those aboard small craft. but extended to crews of the larger 75 foot boats and included officers as well as men. on the other hand, District Attorney 1Buckner said he had evidence in at least one instance of the refusal of an offer as high as ;20.000 to the commanding officer of a vessel to allow a single cargo to pass. Most of the signals and secret data Were found In documents taken from Philip Coffey, arrested yesterday as " pay-off man " for the syndicate. One entry, said to be In his handwriting, read. "Coast guard. ;8.400, paid to Nicholas Brown." ' W22M - C .wkof Fiera Flash t Entrants may submit as many Moviegrams as they wish. Origi- middy will count licatness count. 5. All entries should be addressed Moviegrams." The Chicago Tribune. Post Office Box 15..W. Chicago, Illinois. 6. Yeti need not purchase The Chicago Tribune to compete. Your Moviegram need not be submit-,ted on the attached blank. You may write on a separate sheet of paper. These roles may be ob. tamed free of charge at The Trib, tine Office and wil be found in '--- the copy of The Tribune on file at the Public Libraries. Carydght InS: The Chicago TrIeues State --.--- THEY AIN'T NO SANTA CLAUS t; A: PC A. l) :, aes - The United States government prohibition enforcement division., under , a treaty recently negotiatcd with Can. !cider, just has sent to the Canadian :gavernment landing field in Winnipeg a group of airplanes to patrol the international border for rum runners. These planes wifl cooperate with FAVOR THE WIFE Decision Sealed Until Today's Session. (Continued from Brat paste.) jury to consider the evidence that Kip, before the marriage, was on friendly terms with the Jones family, among them Robert Brooks, clearly a Negro. Seven questions to be decided by them were read to the jury by Justice Morschauser. Upon the answers will hinge the judgment in the case which will be rendered by the court. The interrogatories were as follow " At the time of the marriage of thr parties. was the defendant colored and of colored blood? Did Alice Conceal Lineage? "Did the defendant before the marria re liv silence conceal from the plain 1 , Price of $19.75 does not include shade. pktnes in the United States and with the Canadian authorities to stop expected large shipments' of liquor from Canada into this country for the Christmas holiday &mond. Olto the first day a rum runner teas caught by - the planes at St. Clow! Minn. ( ,,m1EIm modP Genuine Needlepoint Foot Stools Made for us in Belgium. Remarkable value. Beautifully shaped. Some with petit point designs. Stools of this type have never before been offered to the Amer. public at such a price. tiff the fact that she was of colored ! blood? i "Did the defendant before the mar- i riage represent to the plaintiff that she was not of colored blood? l ' Did the defendant practice such concealment or make said representations with the intent thereby to induce the plaintiff to marry her? " Was the plaintiff by said concealment or by said representation, or by both, induced to marry the defendant? " If the plaintiff had known that defendant was of colored blood would he have married her? "Did the plaintiff cohabit with the defendant after he had obtained full knowledge that the defendant was of colored blood." In his charge Justice Morschauser told the jury they could attach whatever weight they saw fit to the failure of Alice and her father to testify. Two Killed, 18 Injured in Yazoo City, Miss., Tornado Yazoo City, Miss., Dec. 4.UP) Two dead, 18 injwed and property damaged nearly half a million dollars was the toll of a tornado that dipped here today. More than 100 were made homPless. sl,LEE DISCLAItilS ALL BLAME FOR iD11111(111'S ESCAPE Passes It to the Squad I Naughton Led. Geri-a-hie Wrought Iron Punier Lamp-Beautiful Design This introductory value is one of a large number in lamps and period furniture offered today and Monday. 100 other lampsFrench Directoire; Colonials, crystal, marble and pewter bases, vast assortment of shades in silk, parchment, glazed chin and metal. Junior Lamp shown here is of very heavy wrought iron, unusually fine design. May also be had in bridge lamp with two adjustments. Choice of either, $19.75. 0 Also very remarkable value in genuine wrought iron Bridge Lamp. This lamp has a pierced heavy metal base, beautifully shaped shaft with concealed wire, finished in antique bronze, priced at less than half the regular value - Blame for the escape of Martin Durkin from a police trap in which a policeman and a civilian lost their I lives in the gun battle was laid at the i door of the detail assigned to capture I the slayesr by Capt. Michael Lee of the Englewood station. Lee took the stand yesterday to answer charges of inefil- I ciency. Following the testimony of the suspended captain the trial board took the case under advisement. Decision in i expected in a few days. Twice during the day John F. O'Connell, counsel for' Capt. Lee moved for dismissal of the case, but was overruled. Capt. Lee told of sending men to 1 240 Englewood avenue, where Durkin with his sweetheart, Betty Andrews, walked into a trap. " I instructed Sergt. Naughton to look over the flat carefully."-, Capt. Lee said. " and assign the men so that they would not be in the linen! each other's lire. I emphasized that no man was to make a move until Durkin reached the middle of the room. Then they were to close in on him. If common police sense had been used Durkin never could have escaped. If four men in hiding flat couldn't capture an intruder, then the police had better close up." The question rests on whether Capt. Lee should have seen there were men stationed outside as well as inside the building. Capt. Lee said he had explained to Capt. William Schoemaker that men outside the building might be seen by Durkin. who would not enter. Sgt. Naughton said Sgt. Harold Gray used home made bullets and that one of them hit Durkin, but fell to the floor after penetrating his overcoat. Special Values in Parchment and Silk Shades for use, with these tamps, from $1.50 to $15.00. Metal Smoker Stand Bronze Finish 2.50 A most remarkable value.Twisted metal column. Carved metal base very heavy. Removable metal tray. Practically indestructible. One of the most sensational values of the year. 1 II 0 0 0 , I - $39.50 Imported French ' Smoking Cabinet One of the most decorative and unusual cabinets in our store. Made in Paris of rare and very beautiful woods. Cross-banded and inlaid. Genuine marble top with brass gallery rail and antique book front door. See our advertisement in this paper on Monday. Awonderfulcol. lection of fine. pieces suitable for gifts. Exceptionally low prices. 4 A John rt oLIED) kt... (eh 4 4., Interior Decorators - 129 North Wabash Avenue , NS pr !Brings $500 000 Price ' ,,.1 1 pi 1' Hotel Planned. f ' I BY AL CHASE. I t One of the finest summer resort sub.! quadidivirions in the cottntry is planned by ! Henry F. Norcott,'President of IL O. i 1 Stone & to.. who yesterday bought ! the huge country estate of the late Vie.1 tor F. Lawson on the shores of Green Lake. Wis.. for ;500.000. The property ...- comprises more than 1,000 acres. Lin Dur- Some idea of the magnitude of the hic estate is gained when one knows that t heir , there are seventeen miles of concrete I at the 1 roads winding about the heavily wood- capture 1 grounds. There are several miles their a et1 e of tho , of shore line. Buildings which would le, stand !cost $200,000 to construct today are ,f them. I scattered about. There are under. ground improvements costing $90.000. the k s- he 'There's a nine hole golf courses which oo Is to be made into eighteen. In all. it :stu I won is i is estimated by Mr. Norcott that Mr. during Lawson expended more than $L000,000 I nset for 1 in this Wisconsin paradise. I of the I And, strange to say. Mr. Lawson's I own living quarters were in a modest men to i two story frame house on the lake Durkin shore.practically an of the millions 1 ,ndcews, spent were in development of the property as a whole. LAWSON COUNTRY' ESTATE SOLD FOR SUMMER RESORT! It is expected'a huge fireproof hotel may be erected by a. 'syndicate and in addition. that the property will be platted and sold for summer homes. As Green lake and the Lawson estate both have a national reputation for beauty. Mr. Norcott expects his buyers to come from all parts of the world. H. B. Binney, manager of the real estate department of the Illinois Merchants Trust company . represented the Lawson estate In the transaction. 57r. I 0 I I ,..eavers .1E1a Li) They Are the Smart, Correct Thing for IVinter : , rr HERE is a feeling of quality and character -11- about these rich Stetson Velours and Beavers that is well appreciated by particular men and young men. In our varied selection you will find the exact style and color that you prefer. , 11 --- AO The square Gridiron button means a square deaL s1.95 , 2 s . 111 , A ' Randolph and WabashCA ices, Men's Handkerchiefs French Handkerchiefs of finest silks and linens are offered in a profusion of 1 r fashionable colors and designs seldom found r off the Rue de la Paix. , These rare novelties for mea are suchili -- things as cannot -,: -: -4.7 easily be found elsewhere. - Priced from $1 to $5 ,,, 0 0 04.4.0000 az-ZO Igo iv AA L 1.4111t1:012 ---; t 04.0 1000 State at Jacksonon the N. E. Corner $135 A 'lit .4177, IX Other Stetson Hats $8, $9, $10 and up go L077-47;-,-7-7 W o l c a s m e a t i e s t l i k e t t l Y t e x ot Vats S. E. Corner Dearborn and Monroe Sts. 109 W. Madison St. 4 W. Van Buren St. vitolorlelorgrie-e1P11P14-,-4.1-.4,,,e40 E:M1 I Useful 4717.7 11S Ve fours eavers c Beautiful I ,t4 t" Men Who Give to Stout Wer Lane Bryant ftrehandle Cordite Solve Your Cnit Problros 1 I 101. e;S Stout kd) I or om e: 11 is easy to find here ma: gifts for your friends who r stout We carry a large sortment of clothes specri designed for stout women Princess Slivs 1.98 to 15cl) Nightgowns 1.00 to 7.27, Chemises 1.19 to 12.7 Step-ins .89 to IC-1 Bloomers 119 to 7C!' Silk Hosiery 1 65 to 7..9 Negligees 4.95 to 35;'' Sweaters 495 to 14:." Waists 3.95 to Coats, Dresses, $ S Fur Coats, 169.50 to $.5g; Sim 36 to to c4.,:t.rte 5rtjalls 101 N Wabash Ale-. ADVERTISE IN THE TRIBUNE 7-z- 'Subscribe for The . , I I I II - ' I I 1 it 41 ' -s-, , ,. 1 , - . - 2 , , 5 41.1.drr C. " ; . , t To 4 , 0 , , . :0 -,. i , i,... . 1 tte - r i- , .1 I N 1.- Den" 17 tithe 1 . , v 1 I I . i 7.- l'util tart I Tribune t ) fur the ft submitted I will be P aceepted be select Su 2. A Movie , s , of ten w sootiest pi, whtch ea, same lett the star's If a mos Cloria St ' tart wtti 3. This ofte Ines. Wet ' At41, i ern p , their tam , w here 70 Send Thausa ----4-, of Dollara 4 v Cash Prii , IMy sugg, t i t , IMy namt t t Street ad 1 City . t . 1 1 I 1 ' ! 7 : 3 1 : t ..,,,;' -:;- , : ff. ,; 44- -4- . :,4-07 , values of the i , $year. . ,, . :,, .s. ..:,,,,. , I iri-1 only - : . - . ! 1 - , ' : - - ' 7 ,:,i;A:7;1 ',4-,';'1' f I I S 0 SQ ', .:,...::..."Ii'', ' .1: 1. . . o' I 1 , ''. , . , Imported French , . ., . . ,.. 1 . g es erye! . vt t111,v-IT:lit j; 39.50 .,- : , : .,,, . , mporterenc --(L:' . ,,s Smoking Cabinet 114.-i s'; ,, - . , . . A . , ,----, - .." ,., ,n-;;;;:,4,- - - ..,-, 1 , t(iit tar-- ,'. -,1 e61:. !Alit' - 111 10 nv euoil n u s u a 1 1 71PVL 1' 1 li f-,...!--,.-.!' iiii LI tne netennant oetore tne mar- 1 nere touay. ;nore Limn luu were maue 1 1131. L 11111 11A 4,112. .11i. 115121, 1.V LI Vie I.LAC ria tiv silence eoneeal from the plain- !homeless. floor after penetrating his overcoat. State at Jacksonon the N. E. Corm , . I t , i , 4- elo.0 , e.;, oT .7; 7.; . . - ;t . , J'S 1 ( , 1 Junior Lamp-Beautiful Design t1141,411f: e , o m 'MEW, 'Pi a 14 two, 17 e , e--,, y I i I r k ' I ( rt. ' fr'. ) :11t I 05 )7.f, 111 1001100.4 I I $ 19 I 5 , , , ....., , ti elm et nem It-IN-0 t s , i MI 0 . 00. 1 t --- 4,'' 7 ;,; - 1 I 4 'y (1- ...- ' 1 .00.. i , vt f t ,i:flo :3 t f !alga( t ' 1 , t , f ilt r 41 . 163 Of intS model) 1 ' i a i : i $ , i This introductory value is one of a large number in j a ras I lamps and period furniture offered today and Monday. . 100 other lampsFrench Directoire; Colonials, crystal, . Leson arlfef( , . . marble and pewter bases, vast assortment of shades in s . , , silk, parchment, glazed chin and metal. I , I , v'N t Junior Lamp shown here is of very heavy wrought t t I. II A 1111) ea,VE ll Prke of iron, unusually fine design. May also be had in bridge i i $19.75 lamp with two adjustments. Choice of either, $19.75. 1 ) 1 he refusal of an i' does not I' 1 : I c , )oo to the com- They Are the Smart, Correct Thing for Winter 'easel to allow a include 0 0 0 1 shade. ' 1 1 Nk ' i and secret data is Also very remarkable value in genuine wrought iron -' HERE is a feeling of quality and character .nts taken from I AZ ' , Bridge Lamp. This lamp has a pierced heavy metal . d yesterday as about these rich Stetson Velours and Beavers syndicate One IVI base, beautifully shaped shaft with concealed wire, . . t his handwriting. . finished in antique bronze, priced at less than half I that is well appreciated by particular men and t 83 , 00, paid to t the regular value i young men. In our varied selection you will find ' sy4-, i MlitInEm...........,EIN i - the exact style and color that you prefer. . , , e,k16) , , . , ..,,ea , $ 9 7 5 $ 50 , 4 1 IP 4 ) - 7 E. S b ; . Special Values in Parchment and Silk Shades , - Other Stetson Hats $8, $9, $10 and up. to $10 . 14 : , t -t.1' for use with these tamps, from $1.50 to $15.00. v . 1 . , - I , vi....;R'N..a.. ' , - 1 t -., IIMENIEMEINEOPIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMINMENIMMIS 1 I , - - l' L la 11 ;,, ".revo,, , --A. ,PiumeNtautor - ;6 sinemoinmemoinememen, --""-.'-,-.. i - --, '',eingarera.41114.... , .4 . .., re: 1' ' , ,. '-'.- 17,4,..,,, Jo'iiiitt.,-, N- ,41,5::?1,, t vitereasarsmem --- 1 JI 'Genuine Needlepoint .--;-1,,,t:---;,- ----- ":tr..s. --klit,-1 -,2,- , Alen Who Give to Stout Wer I ,-:;---,.,'''''',' 1 -I:N., 131 1,4t41----- ----",-,,, - ' - 1 "M Pt. IN TIN Lans BrYant Merchandito cerdwo 4C- :;.-tt,, .:,, 1 ivt 1 Foot Stools - ---':--' -:'-' --- ;y ,,. 11 uni Lig G1--1,-tiRitim GLOvE ' Solos Your CnIt Problros , N'''. e 1 i Made for us in Belgium. Remarkable val- - - 1 1 -1-j--.4 - ----'"'' z '' i , ..---.r.t......,;74-., ,...,....,- -,- ' ,1, ''11',. f ue. Beautifully shaped. Some with petit f -, This same model in ""1""a" Beautiful V4 Useful ,... ', ' ') ' point designs. Stools of this tyPi have ' I - '1.). 44:".:,,, r ,, never before been offered to the Amer- Tapestry, Linen .1 & t" .! Vetour and Mohair 'V ..,-, 1 1 14, JP, ' ' t ' - The square 1.1- v i -.):f -zi,''' ; ,, 4N-..1 1, 'can public at such a price. $8.50 I N., 1 Gridiron g, . . s ) ' ,,'-, !,'-, t ,:-...,. 41,, i i Flora Flask I o A 2P I , c . Metal Smoker Stand 411--- .----v' , ,r.,,, , . ....., ,, , ,. A cll Vil Stout t- button means '.1 i - , - ' -,s.' , Nkt) 1 or li ,.,;,1,- II - i -11,-, , ,,,..4,, - -- - ----- ,- -,-- - ::- ,;I - n .,.. ---- Bronze 14: a square deaL '' t 6-.1, .c.g,-...,----,',,,Z ';';!: . ,' .. 4 -.,...!!!!.. -f-----",-.4 's i!' VI0111V , 0 ,, - . ,jeK,41,..- -- Finish 2.50 . s- .- - ,.,.., ,,....,,, r t ' ,,, - t ', , ,,,.. i z , ....,,,,,f;-:,:,.. - it-- il.' ll $1.95 ..... -rf-- . c :40 I ' ''' ', A most remarkable value .Twisted metal el It is easy to find here ma: tit as many i 1 column. Carved metal base very heavy. rl , i - wish- Orafti- 11 -, ; Removable metal tray. Practicall inde- P - . 1 , , , - . - ,,, , .4 S rattles tota 0 1 . -., Y ri, structible. One of the most sensational 1 20 1 ' $ 2 95 ), c,,,, . ,. designed for stout women- gss oti oirttusn at ieonrNto0 ft Itracrti orytitchneads ' s 1 asv,prghece0 .ii; be addrt-ssed i I values of the year. Chicago Trib- - - )s 15.N. on7 : ..,1 t : i I I 1 n Cr?) Cr', , ,', .;' ,:- - i ' - ." 1 glove deserves --ormciri - , ... lade In' Pans' i ' '1:". ' 2:1- 1: ' . i' ' ' 1 ,,,, .1 ,s, - -,. ..., . , i ' ' ' ' an unusual : I i I aline marbt ' . - ' .' ' ' e -- t44. ",',-,,,-e".. '' ' ' "" . .7 button. 1 I ., 1 Made in Paris 1 :: ' ('''',i: ,,,,-X .;'.:-..' ,1:,7' '- . . ' . . fr iL IL unusuai ti ;enuine marble -- i- ' - Is'' '''',.;.'"."4-- ' ''''. - . button. i 1 with brass galler(rail an E d antique book front door. , , , , , ,.t See our advertisement in this paper on M onday. A wonderful col. t lection of fine bieces suitable for trifts r frr-De 1 Ji 4N, , y a I - '" ' l "'.."1. r: ( 4 14,4,24go UN4,3, AtaidovAiseol Ve, we 1 1 VI S tleSt likettalteX Ot WitS Alvt Ts 1 S. E. Corner W r Dearborn and Monroe Sts. j' C O A 4 ohn LE ,t a d ison St. 4 W. Van Buren St. ! , Interior Decorators 1, 09 E , I ---- . - , , , - , . . ,. ,,z, Jo , , ) : t --- k , . . , , vlbsetsAct41, ,1 tr MTAREZ BEST I ,,,. , dd kke et. crhCi ehf si C of iS ' Randolph and WabashChicago ,. ,k,--',; 7 , I,,,, o, ..,..3 .....-,, aanand linens are 1 . profusion of 4k,,,,, .. , ..n . ,,, z, , .v...-..-: : , , fashionable Colors and ,., -,,f-. , '-.---,- .7. A. . seldom fpoaunixd. 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