Friday, June 11, 1915

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Suburbanite Economist (Newspaper) - June 11, 1915, Chicago, Illinois CIMAGO SOUTH SHE SUN Merged into Tiroes Jan. TIMES. CHICAW SOOHI SHE SUN AUBURN PARK MONITOR VOL. XXVIII.-NO. FRIDAY, JUNte 11, 1915. GRESHAM MIRROR PER YEAR. Open for Business-tile New Millinery Store LJRMAIM'S The policy of this new store is to give Style, Quality and Service at One Price to All. SPECIALS for toe OPENING SALE Ladies' Dress Hats in all the new effects: Large Shapes in Milan Hemp, Milan Straws, Panamas. Trimmed with vel- vet ribbons, Pompoms, imported flowers and foliage. Hats that sell regularly at from to This sale only Beautiful Street Hats. The latest fashions decree, with all the new charms, very attractive. Regular to ?6.00 val. This sale Hals Trimmed Free- Feathers Cleaned and Curled 2 Stores L 1 1V1 A N S 2 Stores 6355 S. Halsled St. 6331 S. AslUand Ave. The Harvard Music School Produces Quick and Thorough Results 331 West 63rd Street The study is made interesting and fascinating. This is due to an invention especially valuable for teaching reading, technique and memorizing. Nothing essential to good musicianship is neglected. If there is the slightest possi- bility that you may eliminate some of the tremendous efforts or save some of the time and money formerly necessary in studying music, why don't you investigate? Metropolitan Grocery Co. 329 W. 63rd Street Phone Normal 6153 f We are offering to our trade the following high-grade goods at reduced prices. 25c Bottles of Pure Catsup, for 18c 50c Bottle of Welch's Grape Juice [38c 35c Coffee, for 30c Metrop. 35c Brand Pure Olive Oil 25c We carry a complete line of fancy fruits and vegetables, fresh every day. Peaches, cantaloupes, strawberries, cherries, etc., at reduced prices ll i I I II tl IM I Kl GROGAN COAL CO 606 WEST 67th STREET PHONE WENTWORTH 44 THE YARD FOR GOOD COAL i; NOTICE TO PATRONS! 11 Hollingsworth Beauty Parlors STILL IN THE SAME PLACE Entrance T 808 W. 63rd SI. A. HERSHFIELD Picture Frames, Draperies, Win- dow Shades, Art Goods, Etc. Window Shades Made To Order. All Work Done by Ourselves in Our Own Shop. Cabinet Work and Repairing 6417 SO. HALSTED STREET Phone Englewood 8320 Goods .Retailed at Wholesale Prices EN6LEWOODJAPPENIN6S Monday will be Flag day. Display your bunting. The schools will be closed for the summer vacation on the 24th. The Fourth of July will occur on Sunday. "Bargain Days" of Englewood Com- mercial association June 21 and 22. Mrs. J. E. Twining of 6853 Parnell Ave. has gone to Lake Harbor, Mich., for the summer. Mr. John T. Read of 507 62nd St. appeared in two concerts at Hastings, Neb., the early part of the week. Have your piano tuned ant! repaired by 11. C, Zeitler, expert pianomakcr, 0723 Green St. Phone Went. 8903. (tf) Mrs. L. Bartholomew of 347 G5th St. entertained twelve ladies at after- noon tea Thursday of last week. Miss Cleo Knights of 424 W. 66th St. leaves today for a week Miss Ruth Owen at Oberlin, O. Have your wall paper cleaned by Lois Pfeiffer, 843 W. 63d St. Tel. Wentworth 2233. (tf) Every flag in town should be dis- played on Monday, June 14, to cele- brate Flag day. Mrs. W. E. Beckuer of 316 Normal Pkwy. entertained the Thimble club last Friday. Mr. J. P, Runck of Denham, Tnd a visitor in the city on Tuesday with friends. The "Dixie the automo- bile route to the southern states, will run through Englewood on Halsted St. Dr. W. C. Mott, ostoopathic physi- cian. Ollico, 6401 Normal Blvd. Phone. Englewood 599S. (6-25tf) Misses Emily, Isabel and Helen Wilsdon of 513 61st St. will entertain the Queen Esther Circle of tho Engle- wood M. E. church this evening. Miss Clara Kahl of ,1924 Princeton Avc., entertained at a "shower" Sun- day evening for Miss Elizabeth Ileantsch, Another "Flower Market" will be opened at 5516 Wentworth Ave. in addition to those announced else- where. Have your rugs and carpets cleaned by the thoroughly reliable methods of Win. A. Whitmer, 668 W. 63d St. Phone Went. 43. (tf) Camp "John No. 3, of the Ladies' National league, will hold a social at their president's home, Mrs. Harriet Goheen, La Salle St., on Saturday night, June 12. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fender of (1447 Stewart Ave., Miss Margaret Fender and Miss Anna Watts left last week for a month's trip to California and a visit along the Pacific coast. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schock, son Robert and daughter Frances of 4528 Washington Blvd. spent Sunday the guests of Englewood friends and en- joyed an auto trip through Indiana. The wedding of Miss Elizabeth Heantsch and Mr. Fred Kahl of 5924 Princeton Ave. is announced to take place the evening of Wednesday, June 16, at the Redeemer Lutheran church. We positively will receive no ads over the telephone. Our friends will save us the pain of refusing them by kindly i-emembering this. BIG BARGAIN DAYS Monday and Tuesday, June 21 and 22. The big bargain days planned by the Englewood Commercial association are already an assured success and will leave the "Dollar Day" far in the rear as grand opportunities for buy- ing on 63d St. between State and Wal- lace Sts. Every merchant who will have bargains will display from this date on green lettered signs in his win- dow and in our next issue will adver- tise his bargains. Everyone in the Englewood district, and even those be- yond it, will find it a money saving event covering these two days and one and all are invited to come and avail themselves of this grand opportunity. Watch for the days, and watch for the green lettered signs in the win- dows. I Misses Ohlson Shlmek Orighal "Btmtf Shop" Facial Massage and Scalp Treatment Electrical Treatment, Manicuring, Hair Dressing, Hair goods made to order. Face Hair Preparation West Sixty-Third Street LIPPfS BAKERY WEDDING AND PARTY SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY TRY OUR BRAN BREAD Healthiest all Bread. 457 West 63rd Street Phone Wentworth 13 HOTEL JULIAN 100 Modern Rooms. With and without private bath. Suites and family apartments. Public baths in all floors. Safe and fireproof. Convenient to all Railroads, and Surface Cars. Steam heated. Electric lighted. Cafe in connection. 63rd St. and Stewart Ave. Tel Went. 1550 SPECIAL NOTICE We clean and Disinfect your Catch Basin for Sewers and Repaired Immmediate Service Guaranteed Work Catch Basin Sanitary Co. ten _ [647 W. 63nt Street Tel. Normal 41J1 Miss Mabel F. Fullenweider of 6847 Parnell Ave. has just returned from a trip to South Dakota, where she has been engaged In the millinery busi ness. The schools will close June 24 anc the summer high school will open at the Englewood high school on the 28th and continue for eight weeks. All of the high school subjects will be taught by a corps of teachers. Monday and Tuesday, June 21 and 22, will be Englewood Commercial asso- ciation "Bargain and will be the price-wrecking features of the sea- son. A special edition of the Times will contain the ads of those inter- ested. Fire Marshal Joseph L. Kenyon has returned from Marquette, Mich., where he was called to attend the funeral of his sister, Mrs. O. D. Jones. She died June 4 after a lingering ill- ness and was Mr. Kenyon's youngest sister. Just a week before his broth- er's wife died in Chicago. The graduating exorcises of St. Rita's college, that took place at Har- vard theatre Sunday last, was a very pretty affair, nicely arranged, with a meritorious program, and the large audience were delighted with the ex- ercises as well as the beautiful play- house in which it took place. Mrs. John C. Plumb, formerly Miss Ruth Frantz, who is spending the year iu Albuquerque, N. M., is recovering her health nicely and gaining in weight every week. Her father, Mr. Ed C. Frantz, sent her a fine automo- bile to tour the mountain paths in that beautiful country, and she will undoubtedly enjoy it hugely. Mrs. W. L. Rickman has moved to 6602 Normal Blvd. She formerly lived at 6443 Eggloston Ave. Darkey's shoes satisfy, 249 W. 63d St. Mrs. W. J. Roebuck of 6458 Har- vard Ave. entertained at dinner on Sunday. McHale-Englewood court Daughters of Isabella will hold a banquet at the Sherman house tomorrow evening. Have your piano tuned and repaired by R. C. Zeitler, expert pianomaker, 6723 Green St. Phone Went. 8903. (tf) Grant Orr has returned from Flori- da where he spent the winter, and has largo business interests. Church ads, church news, and Sun- day school, all on our big church page. Page 2. John J. Moore of 310 Gist St., died suddenly Wednesday, and his funeral will occur today. The Harvard Photo Play House is patronized 'by the best people in En- glewood. When you want the best coal at the lowest prices we have it, Grogan Coal Co., 606 W. 67th St. Tel. Went. 44. (6-25) The woman's class 25 held their second annual dinner last Wednesday, June 9, at the home of Mrs. W. C Pearce of 324 Normal Pkwy. Mrs A. E. Wakeman of the firm of Wakeman and Eastman has returned from a three weeks' visit to her par- ents in New York. Our beautiful panels cannot be equaled anywhere. DuLany studio, 6157 Halsted St. Tele. Eng. 7992. (tf) Burglars again got into the drug store of Bruno Bolz at 65th St. and Wentworth Ave. Saturday night and made a raid on his stock of cigars. Mrs Sam'l P. Irwin of Springfield, 111., will be the guest of Mrs. A. I. Cleveland and Mary Cleveland-Grabig, 6544 Normal Blvd., this week, in order to attend Mrs. Grabig's recital. Crescent Dining Rooms, 503 W 63rd St., southwest corner Normal Blvd., upstairs. Quality, cleanliness, service, light, sunshine and fresh air. Home cooking. 6-18. t If you want a clean, airy room where you can enjoy sociability and music in the parlor, call at the Engle- wood Hotel, 6311 Parnell Ave. Rates, week and up. William Snow, 46 years of age, died suddenly at his home, 215 68th St., Tuesday, and his funeral will occur this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be at Oakwoods cemetery. Miss Florence O'Meara of 6538 Nor- mal Blvd. leaves tomorrow on a two weeks' vacation to be spent visiting her brother at Tama, la., and her cou- sin, at Marshall, la. There is just one nice modern three- room apartment for rent in the Bel- mar, 6519-21 Yale Ave. See Redfield, 246 W. 63d St. Tel. Englewood 3442. (tf.) June 12 at the La Salle hotel, Mc- Hale Englewood Daughters of Isabella, will hold a banquet to com- memorate the establishment of the court. The new brick building to be erect- ed at the northwest corner of 63d St. and Wentworth Ave. by J. G. Kellogg is to cost It will be three stories and consist of stores and of- fices. Tomorrow (Saturday) morning at St. Bernard's church, Mr. Bertram Byrne of 6524 Stewart Ave. will be married to Miss Minnie Englehardt of 6943 Wentworth Ave. After a short bridal tour the young couple will re- side in Park Manor. The paving of the Englewood dis- trict from 63d to 69th Sts. and from Yale Ave. west to Parnell Ave. will undoubtedly be done this season. There is some slight delay occasioned by objections of the 66th St. block of Harvard Ave. and some on Stewart Ave., but it will all be settled in time to have the work finished this season. PURITY OFJTHE PRESS The old-fashioned idea of the purity of the press receives a sad shock every issue of the dailies of today. Sub- jects never mentioned before in decent society now receive front page posi- tion with big heads and are dwelt up- on with a degree of candor that would put a medical work for private circula- tion out of countenance, while illus- trations find space that any board of censors would condemn even in the 'levee district, and would be too nude for even an anatomical work. The public discussion of this filth ia in- jurious, and to note the avidity with which it is devoured by school chil- dren and irresponsibles, might give those who believe in publishing such stuff an idea of where criminal thoughts are born, It is only a few years ago that the government barred publications from the mails that were Sunday school literature compared to some of the filth and salaciousness of detail the supposedly decent papers use in every issue now. Editorially these papers deplore the terrible de- generacy of the times and use their news columns in circulating the very worst means of creating and increas- ing the degeneracy and crimes com- plained of. Mr. G. O. Smith has removed from 64th and Harvard to 6418 Stewart Ave. Mrs. Gray of 6535 Yale Ave. is ill at St. Anne's hospital. Miss Grace Moberly of 515 62d SI. returns today from Normal, where she has been attending college. Mr, A, C. Amidon of Durand, Mich., is visiting Mrs. E. E. DeForest of 6428 ion Ave. 'Mrs S. T. Ford of 432 62d St. will entertain the Woman's Union society of the Baptist church today. Mr. and Mrs. George Elliott of 364 E. 70th St. is entertaining Mr. L. M. Tfsh of Jackson, Mich. Miss Pearl Hickock of 320 60th PI. will play in a recital at the Ogden Park field house. Mrs. Ben Hopkins of Stewart Ave. entertained on Thursday the Garnet club. Amateur finishing, hand developing, prompt service. Du Lany Studio, 6457 S. Halsted St. (tf) Mr W. G. Brimson and daughter, Alice, and Master Geo. Grow of 428 St have gone to their summer hom-e at Alexandria, Minn. Misses Victoria and Rose Cadman of 6932 Vincennes Ave. and Miss Mar- garet Baker while riding in Ernest Lovell's automobile last Thursday night received severe injuries when the auto ran into a milk wagon at 69th St. and Normal Blvd. Mr. Lovell was driving the auto and claims the milk wagon had no light on it. The accident happened at one o'clock in the morning, Mr. Lovel! having vol- unteered to take the young ladies home from a party. The many friends of Charles Rys- don, the manager of the E. A. R. theatre, will be pleased to learn that he and his party of friends will be back soon from their tour of the east. In the past year Mr. Rysdon has won many friends by his genial manner and pleasant ways. Mary Cleveland-Grabig, teacher of piano and voice, and professional- pi- anist, will give her annual class re- cital at the Auditorium Recital hall, Saturday evening, June 12th. Miss Florence Lewis Mann will play a violin number, Master Joe Winter- bottom, boy soprano, will sing, and Mrs. John H. Lyle will recite. Mildred Millett and Leonore "U jou vul! present their piano pupilfa in recital at the Hamilton Park field hoube Thursday evening. Mrs. F. A. Lofton will entertain Miss Mildred Cbesnut next week, who is en route home to Mason City, 111., from Rockford college, Rockford, 111. Mrs. J. Barnard of 457 62d, St. will spend a few days next week at the home of Mrs. Boyd Baldwin in Rock- ford, 111. Miss Hazel F. Williamson, 6513 Par- nell Ave., entertained Miss Maybelle Bietz at her home to dinner, June 8. A bride to be. Films developed ten cents a roll; hand developed only. Amateur work finished. Linden Studio, 717 W. 63d St. (tf) Mrs. J. R. Newton and children of 6721 Eberhardt Ave. leaves next Sun- day for Kentucky, to be gone two months. Mr. and Mrs. Judge Meadows of Barrow, Wis., were recent guests of Mr. Phil Meadows of 6425 Stewart Ave. Miss Caroline Snapp of 528 Mar- quette Rd. was surprised by a num- ber of friends on Saturday evening, it being the occasion of her birthday. The Drexal Park Musical club met at the director's vhome, Mrs. Alda Bar- ry, on Saturday evening last and re- port a splendid time. The many friends of Miss E. Suther- land of 60th PI. are pleased to see her among them again, after her success- ful operation for appendicitis. The Octette club was entertained by Mrs. Alda Barry on Wednesday last. Mrs. Homer Heller, 533 Englewood Ave., will entertain next. Mrs. M. W. Bridges of Hazel Ave. is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Claus. Mr. 'Bridges is in Buffalo with the Aryan Grotto. Miss Elfrieda Rickle of 6401 Stew- art Ave., who has been ill for some weeks at her home, was taken to La Crosse, Wis., and will be in a sani- tarium for some time. Mr. John Patterson, Jr., 430 60th PL, and Harold Apelt, 432 60th PL, have organized a junior baseball team, "The and wish to meet other junior teams. Englewood awning and tent manu- facturers, 639 W. 63d St. Phone En- glewood 7809. Make a specialty of resident work. We hang and store awnings. Estimate given. (tf) People are happy when they are comfortable. Cars hired from Cun- ningham are a happiness producer. One or two passengers one to twenty blocks, 424 W. 63d St. Phone Wentworth 466; 457. <tf) Mr. A. A. Lawder, the automobile dealer at 69th St. and Lafayette has returned from a business trip to New York and the East in the inter- ests of his automobile business. He stopped at Detroit en route home and arranged for several more carloads of cars which he has Bold for this sea- son's5 Delivery. DEATH OF MR. PERVIER Isaac Hale Pervler of 6525 Yale Ave., one of the pioneer residents of Engle- wood, died at Washington Park hos- pital Friday last as the result of in- juries received in being run over by an automobile on Bond Ave. Mr. Per- vier was riding his bicycle going to see a sick lodge member and in turn- ing out from the car his wheel slipped and he was thrown under the wheels. Mr. Pervier was prominent in Masonic circles and was also a member of Amity council, National Union, and was a highly respected citizen and good neighbor. His funeral, which was largely attended, occurred Sunday afternoon, was held from the Engle- wood Masonic temple and the remains were interred at Oakwoods cemetery. Mr, Pervier leaves besides his wife, Mrs. Josephine Pervier, a son, Clar- ence A., of Morgan Park, and a daugh- ter, Dorothy, who lives with her par- ents. The sympathy of the community goes to the bereaved family in. their sad and sudden bereavement. HEAP BIG EVENING Friday, June 11, 8 p. m., at the En- glewood Baptist church. Ninety (90) Camp Fire Girls in ceremonial cos- tume will render a beautiful program. Do not miss it. A silver collection will be taken. NOW IS THE TIME It is the season of the year that all good housekeepers desire to have their homes nicely decorated and painted, either inside or out, or both, and their rooms placed in nice condition for the summer; and the painter and deco- rator is necessary. When a job of this kind is wanted the best is none too good, and among the best and most artistic is A. R. Nickerson of 6315 Stewart Ave. Phone Normal 6221. If you contemplate any work on your home call Mr. Nickerson and get his expert opinion of what is to be done, and he will surprise you with the reasonableness of his price for really first class work. Mr. Nickerson has earned a reputation for the thor- oughness of his jobs, and you may rest assured that when he has finished with your home there will be none better decorated in your neighbor- hood. He bears the recommendations of hundreds of satisfied patrons dur- ing the past twelve years, and is an Englewood institution. Mrs. S. M. Mulcahy of 620 60th St. entertained the Fancy Work club Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Osterbeck of 515 62d has re- turned from a visit with her daugh- ter in Morrison, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Almond Baldwin of 6719 Wentworth Ave. have returned from a motor trip to Carroll, Ohio. Mrs. E. G. Hutton of GS17 Perry Ave. entertained the Young Ladies' Missionary society of the M. E. church at her home Monday evening, Miss Nellie Lasher assisting. Mrs. A. C. Keefer of Davenport, la., visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Beckner of 316 Normal Pkwy. last week, en route to her new home in Salt Lake City, Utah. Hobart Emmart, the 13-year-old son of W. H. Emmart of 7139 Wentworth Ave. is reported to the police as miss- ing from home since Saturday, and he is being hunted for in all parts of the city. Miss Jennie and Anna MacMillen, of 526 Englewood Ave., and Miss Hat- tie A Elkins, of 401 63rd St., have returned from a motor trip, stopping at Indianapolis and other points of interest in Indiana. Report a very pleasant time. Mrs. Walter Kean Earle and Mrs. Edward Earle, Jr., will assist in re- ceiving at an "at home" for one of the June brides, Miss {Catherine Mc- Key, in whose honor Miss Helen Earle, 5112 Kenwood Ave., has sent out 150 invitations for Friday, June, 10th. Mrs. Marshall F. Holmes, 360 Nor- mal Pkwy., who has been at the Shore- ham in Washington for several weeks, has been joined by her daughter, Miss Dorothy, who has just finished her school year at National Park semi- nary, Forest Glen, Md. Together they have gone to Atlantic City, where they will remain at the Marlborough-Blen- heim until later in June, going then to Ann Arbor for the college festivities. The Unique club of Chicago, was entertained by Miss Ina Jones at her home, 5748 Calumet Ave., Tuesday evening, June 8. Sixteen present. A priae was given by the hostess, won by Miss Maybelle Bietz, an honored guest from Avondale; Miss Emily Cargill favored with an organ recital. Luncheon was served and all thank- ing the hostess for a fine time. They meet at Cargill's, 6537 Kenwood Ave., next Tuesday, June 15. The Misses Iva and Laura Keep, formerly of Chicago, gave a week end party at their home at. Magician Lake, Mich. The amusements were fishing, dancing, horseback riding, canoeing and automobiling. The guests from Chicago were the Misses Mildred and Mabel Reilley, Helen Sykes, Lillian Al- ton and Hazel Swanson. Mrs. Ames of Washington, D. C., chaperoned the crowd. According to the good time reported by1 the party, the lake is well worthy of its name. Weakffih Erratic, Weakflsh are erratic in tempera- ment and movements. Today they are taken on a certain tide. Tomorrow they will bite on another. You never can tell. Fishing for weakflsh, like all game flsh, is a gamble. It is not like fishing for bottom feeders. In fishing for bottom feeding flsh, you are always sure, more or less, of re- sults. In fishing for game flsh, you may get flsh on a day when all the Bigna are against it, and get them ia numbers. THE PRICE YOU PAY for a piano depends largely upon the way the dealer handles his bus- iness. Expensive rents, with plenty of Daily Newspaper advertising, really increases the prices of the goods. With low rent, no expensive adver- tising, no high priced salesmen, no canvassers, no commissions to pay you find here the best values for your money. EASY PAYMENTS TAKEN LOOK FOR THE ELECTRIC SIGN GEO.B.DOW 352 W. 63rd ST. Photosfor the June Bride Beautiful new mounts and folders in latest styles. Make your appointments NOW. Pictures of quality that will last until your golden wedding day. T. E. Wood Studio 6250 Wentworth Ave. Phone Normal 502 HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT IT? Make A Memorandum Regarding Cooban's Grand Bargain Sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 21, 22 and 23 FREE FLOWERS FREE CANDY FREE CIGARS FREE SURPRISE BAGS EXTRA PREPARATION BEING MADE FOR THIS EVENT In order to faithfully prove to the people of this vicinity that in Cooban's Drug Store there is a business institution operated on the very first principles-that it is aggressive, pro- gressive and in every respect "up-to-the we shall on June 21, 22 and 23 hold a Grand Bargain Sale-- WHICH YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED. FREE! Flowers Candy Cigars Surprise There will be t pedal prices for thete dayt. At many t pedal and if you want to tee an intereeting mercantile event, come around. If you with to obterve how a ttrictly firtt clatt Drug Start it operated pay ut a call. If you want to tatie tome, money in drug ttore purchatet don't overlook ut thete dayt. Cigars F R F F f fa ettaar 1 MAKE A SPECIALTY OP RBMOOEUNO, CLBAN1NQ AND PRESSING N. Dan Webster, 6305 Normal Blvd. JUST AROUND THE CORNER TEL. WENTWORTH KB

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