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   Englewood Economist, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1917, Chicago, Illinois                                SWORN STATEMENT OF CIRCULATION Tie nndcnicned hereby afldavit that 16.0M eoptoe of Ettckwood Economist have been printed and dis- tributed every issue during the yesr of and op to-April llth. 1917. W. W. TALCOTT JNO. E. FOSTER (Seal) WM. MCDONNELL. Subccribtd and sworn to before me thie 12th day of April. 1917. CHARLES M. TRONERUD. Public. "BEST BY VOL. XI NUMBER 34 Mrs. P. J. Pegram of Lincoln. 111., is visiting: at the home of Alderman Robert R. Pegram. 6820 S. Sangamon St. Our Photos be excelled Du- Lany Studio, G457 S. Halsted St. Tel. Eagle wood 7992. Pour persons were, hurt when an auto collided with a -street car at 59th and Robey. They are: George Schnurlc. F. A. Granke, R. McDonald and William Lindberg. Exceptional bargains in Pianos and uned furniture at Joyce Bros., the Fur- niture and Piano Movers. 110S West Bt. Forty-two horses were killed in R fire in R. Whittingham's livery barn, 5633 S. HalBted St. Donald Wallace Wood, father of Mrs. .1. E. Longhman and Donald Wood, died April 11. Funeral look place Friday, April 13. at p. m., from late resi- dence, 815 W. 7Sth St. Burial was at Oakwoodn. HELLO! Tou can still join our Christmas Sav- ings Club for 1917 by paying from Ic up per week and receive a check Dec. 1st 1917. Guarantee Trust Savings Bank, 63rd and Green. ENGUWOOD'S GREATEST AND MOST EFFECTIVE ADVERTISING MEDIUM APRIL 18, 1917 "JUDGE BY RESULTS" UT WANTtAM FOR If 7ou' to Mtt If yon want to buy__ If you want to nut m_____ If you want to rent a BOUM, If you want to Mil a If you want to bay property. If then aaytUftg thatyoTiiMt, quickest and wmy to cttfvly ttoltt by an The Enclewood Economist. Will Vag 15.COO CIRCULATION GUARANTEED The funeral of Mary A. Webb, wife of Jay Webb, took place Thursday. April 12, from her daughter's residence. Elizabeth St., at 9 a. m.. to St. Brendan u Church. Interment was at Mount Olivet. Drop Head White Machine. cheap. 6889 Halsted St. FILMS DEVELOPED. lOc a roll, at the Linden Studio. 717 W. 6Srd St. STUCKEY'S DRUGS, 6368 Halated St Holdup fired at Harry Roth. 700 Vf 69th St.. and took flve' dollars from him. rood tone, oak case, HalBted St. PICTURE FRAMING Have your pictures properly framed at the Halsted Art Shop. 6109 S. Halated St. An endless variety of post cards and birthday cards. ana Baby Photos a. Specialty. Dodge. 6536 Halsted St. Went. 5830 Singer Sewing- Machine, oak case, line stitch. 6839 Halsted St. Mrs. S. Williams. 6717 Sangamon Pt.. who has been seriously ill from ptomaine poison, is improving vr-ry slowly. Baby Williams, who also has been sick, is some better. Upright piano, got only 6839 8. Hamilton's ONE PRICE ONLY Cloaks, Suits Millinery 64th and Halsted Sts. Again we run this one day sale FRIDAY, APRIL 20 One lot of and Hats COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL Our Guarantee COAL If any load that leaves our yard is re-weighed and found short-weight barring: a sliirht discrepancy that might be caused by the different scales used, we will make you present of the load and contribute to any charitable institution yc'u may designate. Standard Material Co. Walter L. Woods, Prcs.-Trcas. Chas. Pasal, Vice-Pres. F. B. Carver, Secy. 66th Street and Lowe Avenue Phones Wentworth 240 and 241 COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL COAL PROPERTY OWKEHS JfOTICE The regular meeting of the Morgan Jtreet Improvement Association was held April 5th at their regular meeting 6438 S. Morgan St.. and a large crowd was present. Many subjects of interest were discussed. The next regular meet- tig will be held April 18th. and we trust that this wttl be a record breaker. There will be a card party and a good time will be afforded everyone. Everbody is nvited. Remember the April 18th. at 6438 S. Morgan St.. at 8 p. m. THE ENCLEWOOD ECONOMIST Taicott, Talcott W. W. Talcott......General Manager E. Manager B40 Street TRADES Neighborhood House Woman's Club, G710 May St. Subject: "Trees and Flow- by Mr. J. H. Prost. Superintendent of Parks and City Forester, Thursday, April 19th, at p. m. Study section at 11 a. m.. "Household Engineering." April 19th. Thursday, April 2Gth. Annual Frolic dinner: Mrs. Mary Holmes, guest of honor. Cut thr- hifi-l) c-ost of livinp. Make your n clothfp. Miss Orowl's School of Dressmaking, 6255 Kimbark Ave. Public Stenographer. K331 S. Halsted St. Phone Normal 134. Chicago union bakers have asked for an increase of n week, effective Mav 1st. About are involved. A. A. Myrup. International Secretary, an- nounced the Ward Raking Company had signed an eight hour agreement covering nine cities. Basements flooded by spring rains. A Dimple automatic contrivance to prevent. Sample can be seen at our office. Louis Eichberg Co., near Racine Ave. Carpet Cleaning and Rug Weaving WHITMER co 668-70 W. 63rd St. Tel. Went. 43 e- Universal Training in the saving of Money Means Protection OUR DIME BANK 3 Per Cent on Savings We loan you your choice of these banks. Call and get one. Start today in a safe and convenient bank United State Bank of Chicago Under State Government Supervision CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 60th and Halsted Sts. Englewood Dancing Academy Instruction 10 to 10 Dally Large Ballroom One Step Fox Trot Two-Two Waltz Two Step 6603 S. Halsted St. Phone Normal 6295 ft Week's Washing 75c wash 30 Ibs. household linen. W weMinst mppareJ, etc., in fact every- thine washable and boilable for 75 cents. Don't include clothes that fade or ahrink. i Wash returned enow white, ready for dry- ins' and ironing. doiM DO tikf, DOtAinff loat over customers. normal it. ChloMo ____Ay.nlB with made of Oroups Parties, "Wed dings. Family Etc. We tnaki Flashlights them any anywhere. MODERN METHODS USED Telephone LINDEN STUDtC Normal 7100 a-lllUtll O I UUIU 717 West 63rd Street Tel. Normal 4131 CatchBasins Cleaned Sewers Rodded Repaired Immediate Service Guaranteed Work CatchBasinSanitaryCo. Sewer Bunders 63rd St 64631 When Irish Eyes Are Smiling McCormick 18222 Pack Up Your Trouble in Your Old Kit Bag. Home Again. 74509 "Mad Scene" from Lucia.Galh 45111 Miracle of Love. Mother (Her Soldier Boy) 75c Ten Victor Records that You will Enjoy in Your Home :H fc vl U I fi 18255 Dixieland Step Jass Band Livery Stable Trot 75c 55080 the Groom...... Raymond Hitchcock Sometime. 35615 Havanola Fox Trot......... Waltz from Drigo's Serenade. 18165 Money Blues-----Smith's Orchestra I've a Shooting Box in Scotland. 75c '18224 What Do You Want to Make Eyes? If You Ever Get Lonely. 75c 64634 Chiming Bells of Long Ago. 64-21-33 5. HALSTED ST. Williams f: B ft I f Af I Telephone 4731 Wentworth Copy for Classified Adt must reach our office on lueiday before P. M. Adm bo iccompanied by the rate of 2Sc for first two ines and lOc for each additional line (6 words o the Ads taken over phone from re- poniible parties. Phone Wentworth 4731. CLASSIFIED COLUMN MISCELLANEOUS. Real Estate sold in 30 to 60 days. Our Delusive sale plan will interest you. not call and talk it over? C. H. Dehning Co.. 810 W. 63rd St. Phone Wentworth 687. Pianos tuned and repaired. All i-ork guaranteed. C. E. Clark, 530 W. 61st PI Phone Went. 7432. S. Bolin, carpenter. All kinds of re- pair work done on short notice 6315 S. Robey St. Phone Prospect 7421. Carpet cleaning and rug weaving. Whitmer Co.. 670 W. 63rd St. Tel. Went. 43. Window Shades made to order. All calls promptly attended to. Lincoln Win- dow Shade Factory, 6617 Lincoln St. Phone Prospect 3829. Lace curtains home laundered. 3 pr. for 00. 7008 Winchester Ave. Normal 6762. Bros, can save you money on your painting, paper-hanging-, calci- mini'ng. etc. 6107 S. Morgan St. Tel. Eng. 9675. Satisfaction guaranteed. EXGLEWOOD'S FOREMOST UPHOL- STERER AND MATTRESS MAN. FOSS, Mattresses Renovated. "The Man Who Knows." Est. 24 years. 5S51 S. Halsted St. Phone Went. If Hedeen. the jeweler, says it's gold it's gold. 1643 W. 6Crd St. Tel. Prospect 3350. For a limited time we will Clean and Adjust Sewing Machines (any make) for 50 Engletvood Sewing Machine Shop. Tel. Normal 2130. 727 W. 63rd Street. "ENERGY WASHED NUT" IS EX- ACTLY WHAT EVERT HOUSEWIFE W4.XTS CLEAN AND BRIGHT LIKE HARD COAL. VERY LITTLE ASHES DUST OR SMOKE. CAN BE USED IN FURNACE OR SMALL STOVE Sfi 00 PER TON. PHONE PROSPECT 7558. REINER COAL COMPANY. STORE YOUR STOVE. Phone Normal 4061 and will rail for your stove and store it for thp summer season: returned next fall: cleaned, blackened and set up. for sn.OO. W. H. Hatton Storage and Furniture Co.. 843 W. 63rd St. MOVING AND EXPRESSING It costs no more to have a good movpr than a bad one. 20 years experience in the handling of furniture i< an assur- ance to you. that we know HOW. Piano? and long distance our specialty any man in Knglewoort. D F." MeKEOWV 1447 W. fiSi-H St Prospect S637. Learn to do your own sewing at Unique School of Dressmaking-. Catharine A. Moynihan. 753 W. 77th St.. near Halsted. Phone- Vincennes? 1936 or Stewart CARPENTER wants repairing or new woik. rt-as. and reliable. Douglas 1364. STORE YOUR STOVE. Phone Normal lOfil and e will call for your stove and store it for the summei season: returned next fall- cleaned, blackened and set up. for H. L. Hatton Storage and Furniture Co.. 843 W. 63rd St. LOST AND FOUND Collie. Thursday. April 12 with collar on. Reward. 1051 63rd St. Phone Wentworth 3145. WANTED. time keepers, school fire- man. Gordon feeder, receiving elk., elec- trician, grinders, ass't shipping elk., jan- itor and wife in school, S100. tracers. Suidduts ui 01 engineers SPO-S100. gardener helpers, tinners R. R. office boys, no exp., handy man. yard elk.. R. R. typist, assemblers, platers, auto painter, watchman, elevator man. elederly preferred, office elk., farm hand near Chicago. FEMALE. Office girl. SI5. girls for It. work, tvp- ist. 2 stenos., S15, laundresses by day, checkers. All South Side positions. SOUTH PARK EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. S. Halsted St.. 2nd fl. For quick results list your property "For Sale" with Win. H. C. Stege te. Co., Guarantee Bank Bid ST.. 63rd and Green. FILMS DEVELOPED. lOc a roll, at Linden Studio. 717 W. 63rd St. Mrs. Ida H. Petersen. daughter of Mrs. Wilhelmina Huelke, died April 13. aged 45 yearn. Funeral took place from her residence. 6818 S. Ashland Ave., Sunday. April IS. at 1 p. m. Interment waa at Waldheim. Grand entertainment given by Hyde Park Lodge No. 170. S. F. of A., at Car- penters 'Hall. 6412 S. Halsted St., Sunday afternoon and evening. April 22, 1917. beginning at 3 p. m. Musical by Olix-e Belle Hamon. 7 years old. 1309 Michigan Ave. Songs by Mrs. Rosa Pearson Bur- geson and Mrs. Helga Sandberg Hal- strom. Music by S. F. of A. Orchestra. ARE YOC RUPTURED? If not. show this to your friends someone who needs a. proper fitting Truss. Don't suffer any longer with a torturesorne truss or slipping pad. The patented Wonder Truss, which positive- can not slip, is a revelation to the thousands of wearers, who are today it is the best and most wonderful Sanitary Truss in the world. Acknowl- edged and recommended by Englewood's leading physicians. Call and we will gladly tf-Il von about them. C. R. Expert, Room 19-20, IS W. 63rd St. Phone Eng. 3453. Hours from 9 to 12 a. m. and 7 to 9 p. m. Down- lown, 156 N. State St.; hours from 1 to p. m. Dominick Fabia was crossing 79th St. and Halsted where he has two paper stands. In the middle of the street he hesitated as an American truck thun- dered down on him. Before he could jump out of the way he was knocked down and run over. Physicians ordered him taken to a hospital. His face was crushed almost to a pulp. Curtis Furniturf Exchange, 6203-5-7 Wentworth Ave.. for bargains in new and second-hand furniture, heaters and ranges. Phone 6998. Open evenings. Wall Paper Cleaned by Louis Pfeiffer, 843 W. 63rd St. Phone Went. 2233. On and after March 1st, Carty Co., Plumbing and Heating Supply House, will be located at 811 W. St, 100 feet west of Halsted Street. Est. 1894. Phone Went. 1170. Mrs. Nell Hayes, 612 W. Mat St., a dinner, Tuesday at noon, for 12 Whist was played after dinner. The prizes, an umbrella and a hand celery tray, were won by lira. O. Wood and Mrs. R. W. Jonea, All M. joyed the affair. Piano our dollar Mr week plan. Gilbert Manner. 8. Halsted St. ENGLEWOOD SCHOOL OF DRB88- MAKING, 731 W. (2nd St. Phone 7428. Patterns to order. FOR STORAGE CHARGES Large I Colonial style cabinet f 225 phonograph. Englewood Storage, 5711 S. Halated St. Mrs. Henry and mother. Mrs. Bair, have sold their store at 5958 Peoria and have moved to 6825 Green St. tne up-to date housewife does jot have to go through the drudgery and worry of baking. She buys. Remington's Home Made Bread knowing that it is the ins that home-y taste, and she is certain of it being pure and fresh "Once you eat you wlH repeat" Remington's Bread Shop S. Halsted St. Downtown Office Telephone 1600 We.tmin.ter Bldg., Randolph 11O S. Dearborn St. 2124 Daniel Anderson Attorney at Law Evenings: 203 United State Back Building Corner 60th and HaUted Jordan Reo Dodge Paige SOUTH SIDE AGENCY Formed) Located at 6047 S. Halited St. NOW AT 7813 S. Halsted Street Phone Vincennes 327 Big bargains in all makes of used cars. Time payments on new cars. DRUG STORE OPENING SATURDAY. APRIL 2T, 1917 C. F. MORITZ, formerly manager of the Crescent Pharmacy, 5900 So. Halsted St., and late of 300 East Fifty-fifth Street, WILL OPEN HIS NEW STORE AT 5924 So. Halsted Street I MUSICAL PROGRAM BY APPOLLO QUARTET Come and spend an evening with MORITZ 15he DRUGGIST vwww by the day. 6831 Ashland Ave. Eng-. 4542. to take home. 611 TV. 66th St. Mrs. Swanson. Tel. "Went. 2S37. Best care given helpless or bedridden patient in nurse's own home. Phone Prospect 640. "We furnish the best house-working- po- sitions for girls; free. We have several positions open in all lines for male and female The Atlas Employment Office. 6300 S. Halsted St. Normal 163. cleaning- offices or small flats. 6S22 Aberdeen St.. 1st fl.. front. "WANTED Voting Swedish woman wants washing, every day except Satui- day. 2011 AV. 69th PI. WANTED lb. refrigerator: no dealers. Address A-l Economist. AV ANTED- -Handy man wants job by the day or the hour. 5169 Union Ave. X-7 Economist. ashing and ironing-. Call Drover btiy_ reed sulky. Phone Enprlewuod 867. woman for general hswk.. morning-s. 66S AV. St. or gnl to do een- eral cleaning- and housework. Short houis daily. Inquire 5801 Halsted. Store. FOR RENT. GARAGE for two machines, Per month. 6603 Green St. FOR furnished front room, small private, family. S2.00. 6752 Emerald Ave., 2nd apt. TO flats. 753 67th Blvd.. 6 and 7 rooms. and stove heat. Deem- ate to suit tenant. Inq. 2nd flat. 751. FOR Eggleston. 2nd apt., tl rooms, elec. light, stove or luinace, near "L.." brick hldg.. gas range. S23. FOR Eggleston. l.-t apt.. 6 looms, haidwnod floors, complete, stove or furnace, elec. light, near "L." FOR room steam heated flat. Kent reus. KOOO S. Lincoln St. FOR st. h.. 0 nil. Hat. fiont and back port lies: rcas. diiO'{ Lull in St. FOR loom, modem, rea- sonable, neni elevated, one or two. 6007 St. Engleu ood FOR my stoie. Will take orders ami telephone sei vice. L. Hays. (1723 S. Halsted St. FOR room Hat, stove heat. Aberdeen St. FOR KENT Ixirge furnished room, either with or without It. hskp. Good transportation. 626 AV. 64th St. FOR of 2 rooms, furn. or unfurn. Inquire 626 AV. 64th St. FOR room flat, hot water heot, hardwood floors, electric, porches, back yard. 431 60th St. FOR Union Ave.. outside room; suitable two gentlemen. Normal FOR room cottage. 6S06 Ab- erdeen St.. furnace, electric and bath. FOR modern rooms, stove, electric. SU'.OO. adults. 1121 AV. 73ifl PI. Stewart FOR or double rooms in cozy family hotel. Reception room, mu- sic. per week and up. 6311 Painell Ave. FOR RENT 4 room brick cottage, rear. 6833 Green St. (Continued on Fngc S) Gately's Spring Suits and Top Coats Represent the very highest attainment in the produc- tion of buy them with the only guarantee worthy of man's The Guarantee of Absolute Quality Only through our tremendous buying power of over 100 Gately Stores and the advantage of having expert buyers constantly in the market, has it been possible to maintain the high quality standard of Gately Clothes in the face of present market conditions. Spring Suits UP to These new military models in young men's single and double breasted belt suits and belt all around the smartest things for young men. The pinch back and form fitting plain tailored suits are also shown in large variety. Spring Coats up to of smartest styles for the young man as well as models becoming to the more conservative dresser. Among many other favored styles we show the new trench season's "hit" Spring Hats in all the new shades and styles at and Open a Charge Account at Gately's You need not pay all in 30 days we arrange terms to suit you. We render every service other stores offer PLUS DIGNIFIED CREDIT SERVICE that enables you to get just what you want and not be limited to cash in your purse. OPEN AN ACCOUNT TO-DAY. 1 Perfect Fitting Garments Guaranteed No Charge for Fittings or Alterations 6306 So. Halsted St. Dignified Cre- dit in a Dignified Way Open Saturday Evenings until 10 P. M. Open Saturday Evenings until 10 P. M. Loop Store -6 S. State St., 2nd floor   

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