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THE BROAD AX, CHICAGO, ILL, SATURUDAY, JUNE 18, 1921
SEEKS BEAUTY, NOT QUANTITY
gride of Today includes in Trousseau
Or.y Ample Amount of Lingerie
for Immediate Use.
Slne the sheer and clinging fabrics
9f 01 r garments have made the cat
4 , e and ornamentation of under
jru ",s matters of so much Impor
jjjjo t. the final effect of every cos
i, ngerie presents in some sense
m,M f Its own with every changing
jjjs, according to Vogue. The
jpde today no longer Includes In
ler . sseau lingerie enough to last
j,, 'a lifetime, but the ample
yjjo,, tor immediate use which she
nakes up in beauty what it
isrt iuantity, and the sums which
g , ids upon it would have stag
,re(, .- wealthiest of her grand-
Lx. than ever before, it seems,
fi tl. -'Tie which this season offers
a ti,. nde. exquisite in Its hand
le - and delicate colors and
jjetT hlmy fabrics, in the fine re
&nih ts dainty and beautiful em
trjidiT The tendency to over-
ebiioR" which has at times char
jrtpnre. .wrie Is but little seen this
koil ,t,re are fewer ribbons,
fcer r"- "Is and very little of the
buU i ,'1 amI rather showy em
bruiJff LONGER iM BACK THAN FRONT
cjurts m New sty'e Afforded Inter
cstwg Note ,n tne Recent
llccez- ti'rtiiugs by Parisian mo
r r.i-.iled the quirks in new
sjue and reversions to old styles.
skirt that were much longer .
tack than m front .Mruck a new fash
ion nie I'anels In uneven lengths
pie tin- same varying line at the
Manv of the gowns had all the trim-cm-
on the front, and very little in
taik I'laiu draperies in back con
tracted ddly with flower trimmed
overdrvs in front. The new trim
nuip ar wood embroidery narrow
anj of w ood, painted red, and strung
in honliT to trim a blue serge gown
tud black ivy garlands used on a
beige afternoon dress.
Few evening gowns were shown
without picture hats.
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ARCHITECT FRANK L. FRY HAS DESIGNED WHAT IS SAID WILL BE THE
LARGEST COLORED MASONIC TEMPLE IN THE WORLD, TO BE BUILT ON
A SITE 100x161 ALREADY PURCHASED BY THE PRINCE HALL MASONIC
ASSOCIATION AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF STATE AND 56TH
STREETS. WORK WILL START AS SOON AS LABOR CONDITIONS PER
MIT. THE COST WILL BE OVER $600,000. IT WILL BE OF RED BRICK
TRIMMED WITH CREAM TERRA COTTA. FIFTEEN SOUTH SIDE LODGES
WILL BE CARED FOR.
FASHIONS IN BRIEF
Jacket sleeves are three-quarter
length and flare at the edge.
With serge skirts are worn hlp
lengtli jackets of quilted India silk.
A red and white checked gingham
frock, with bindings and pipings of
the red, is a distinctive style.
A touch of black cleverly used is
one of the best things to give char
mer to gray. It must, however, be
Hemstitching is a popular trim
ming for cotton and linen frocks, and
t pretty conceit Is the use of several
contrasting shades of threads.
For the little girl of three to five
cr six years, colored dotted swiss
seem the most approved fabric for
dre-;-up frocks. Sometimes a trim
minu of plain color or white organdie
finMie-s the frock.
Voile is the most popular fabric
selection for the sheer, lingerie blouse,
and cotton fabrics have slumped so In
price that very fine weaves can be had
at reasonable figures. Often no trim
ming Is used except hand-drawn work,
hemstitching and perhaps groups of
little French knot.
Roll into some pastry dough some
finely chopped raisins and nuts, nt
the dough In fancy shapes and bake,
or sprinkle some dough with currants,
rut out In diamond shape, some red
sugar over the top and bake, or add
some spices and sugar to the dough,
cut in small rounds and bake. Any
kind of preserves, jam, mincemeat or
apple sauce may be converted Iv s.
few minutes into a small tart, made
by laying preserves in the center of
the pastry dough, folding over and se
curely pressing the edges.
THE COLORED MASONS ON
THE SOUTH SIDE WILL
BUILD A GREAT TEMPLE
AT FIFTY -SIXTH AND
SOUTH STATE STREET.
(Concluded from Page 1.)
Master of Illinois and Jurisdiction,
has been to build up a policy of con
structive progressive improvement
with peace and harmony through
unity and co-operation. Last year,
through hi leadership, the Prince
Hall Masonic and Order of Eastern
Star Home at Rock Island, 111., was
improved and remodeled and it- busi
ness placed on a systematic, afc and
up-to-date business basis, the mem
bership of the craft increased, and a
number of new lodges established.
This year through unity and co
operation of the worshipful masters.
wardens and brethren more than a
dozen real estate accessions have been
made by the fraternity throughout
the jurisdiction. The membership
has been more than doubled, the
treasuries increased, the business of
the lodges placed on a modern sys
tematic basis and the finance se
cured. In every way the best interests
of the individual brethren as well as
the fraternity at large has been con
sidered. In the First District and Chicago
In the first district, comprising
lodges largely of Chicago as well as
other districts throughout the state
and jurisdiction. Mr. Samuels has had
the hearty co-operation and support
of all the brethren and the various
departments of the fraternity because
he invariably sought to look after
their welfare, not alone to think, plan
and suggest, but put their plans and
suggestions into execution, thcrcb
accomplishing the almost impossible
as considered by many in the past
The lodges here arc sure that he
will be elected to succeed hitnscli
at the coming fifty-fifth annual Grand
Communication of the Grand Lodge
which will convene at Evanston in
October. Their hope is based upon
a desire to have him finish the great
constructive work he has begun this
year. Their hope is corroborated by
more than a dozen lodges on almost
as many districts for the same reason.
The entertaining lodge. Mount
Moriah, No. 28, of Evanston. has
recently purchased property and will
build a worthy temple in which the
grand lodge will convene the second
Tuesdav in October.
"THE DOOR TO SUCCESS IS
ALWAYS MARKED PUSH'"
(By Evelyn Casey)
Where "Pep" Is Useless.
The business day Is short in India;
it seldom begins before 11 o'clock In
iii morning. There is a "tiffin" or
lun.-h period, probably two hours long,
followed by an early closing. The
American salesman, accustomed to
jnn.plng from town to town on fast
tra -s. seeing customers early and late,
end sending dally orders to the
"ho- -e.- is hardly the one to tackle
tie lellberateness of India, where the
tn ,-" is best forgotten In the sales
talk and where the potency of the
& person singular Is undeniable.
Powdered Fish Good Food.
A .reat many fish are caught merely
for ie recovery of the oil contained
la t ir bodies and after this is pressed
wn he residue or what is called
""a Is used for fertilizer. A Jap
! investigator has succeeded In
au. this available as a food and
It .aid to be very nourishing after
J reatment which he g'tes it. It
taV. the place of "stock" in making
u, and gravies.
When, in the face of such handi
caps as the stress of hard times and
the far and near cry of inability to
meet obligations that daily confront,
an organization can satisfy the de
mands of racial growth and advance
ment by supplying the necessary
means to finance a $600,000 project
that spells progress.
That the Masonic Fraternity is de
termined not to stagnate through
satisfaction with merely being housed,
was told to the community on last
Sunday, June 12th, when, unmindful
of a blistering sun that drove the
mercury up to 90 degrees, plumed
knights and turbaned sheiks, to
gether with the rank and file of the
! lower houses, turned out en masse
for the site dedicatory ceremonies in
recognition of a new Temple soon
to be erected at southeast 56th and
South State streets.
T'nnn z flatr.dranpd sneakers' stand.
I to the right of which was displayed
a photogravure of the projected edi
fice, were assembled many notables
of the Order and the ceremonies were
directed by Mr. Thomas H. Samuels.
M.W.G.M., of the State of Illinois
and jurisdiction. Three brass bands
rivaled each other in bursting martial
music and the impressive ceremonies
took on a patriotic atmosphere dur
ing the playing of the national an
thems, while, to lend a holiday fea
ture to the occasion the ladies rep
resenting various auxiliaries and
chapters of the Order contributed to
the comfort of the general assem
bly by dispensing soda, ice cream
We must give pause to contem
plate the far-reaching benefits to ac
crue from this single objective.
When we think of the number of
artisans that will be needed from
the turning of the first shovelful of
earth to the last detail in interior
finish and furnishing, 1921 should find
here a place to reward a few of the
unemployed fighters who have quali
fied along lines of structural and
The fraternity is to be congratu
lated on pushing toward greater suc
cess through the door ot this splen
"uritan Custom Also Chinese.
T Puritans of old England and
e1 Kngland were unconsciously imi
tatu thp Chinese when they called
children Faith. Mercy. Hope,
nee. Perseverance, Temperance,
tv Iirn rcinn- nnH VpHdtV. All
th" names have been used in China
for ooo years.
Moody's Last Sermon.
iHvight L. Moody preached the last
rnion of his life In Kansas City in
Convention hall on the night of No
vember 16, 1899. He had undertaken
to conduct revival meetings In the hall
Sta November 12 to 19, but on the
Sht of November 16 he became so 111
jjt the next afternoon he gave op
e meetings and returned home. He
J tt bis home in Northfietd, Mass,
"eeember 22, 1889.
WILL SOON DEPART FOR HER
HOME IN THE EAST
Mrs. Lottie M. Cooper, and her
niece. Miss Laura Smith, will leave
this evening or Monday evening for
their home in East Orange. X. J.
Mrs. Cooper delightfully spent the
holiday season in this city, her for
mer home, returning to the cast
shortly after the first of February, re
turning here again two or three
weeks later, in order to be at the
bedside of her sister, Mrs. Mamie
Odom. Mrs. Cooper was dearly de
voted to her sister and sat by her
bedside day and night to the end.
Mrs. Mary E. Foster, of the Sisters
of Bethany, who has been re-elected
to the office, has great plans for the
Term Originated With Lloyd's.
Tin' term "A 1." a slang phrae
popularly ued to denote a high qual
ity of xcelleiKe or u condition per
fectly satisfactory, originated with
Lloyd's agency In London. When a
ship was being insunil the rating "A
1" was placed nppn-ln the name of
the vessel to indicate Iiolute sea
worthiness. The lending American fi
nancial reporting systems- adopted the
symbols with variations, to Indicate
a business man's credit rating and
JUSTICE THOMPSON TAKES
OATH AGAIN; 33 YEARS
SPRINGFIELD. III. Floyd E.
Thompson of Rock Island has taken
the oath of office, for the second
time within two years, as justice of
the Supreme Court of Illinois from
the Fourth Judicial District. Only
33 years old, he is the youngest
Supreme Court justice in the United
CATHOLIC FORESTERS PLAN
CHICAGO OFFICE BUILDING
The state convention of the Cath
olic Order of Foresters at Rockford
has planned the erection of an office
building for the order in Chicago.
State officers, headed by Chief Ranger
William F. Ryan of Chicago, were
Regiment Proud of Long Service.
The Third Infantry, the oldest regi
ment of our jinny, which dates from
1784, has developed Its arnw to show
Its early service in Mexico. One in
teresting device ummI by this regiment
is a baton crossed with mi oldtlme
bayonet back of the shield. The ba
ton which rigurex prominently in the
regiment's history was made from the
flagstaff of the capltol of the City of
Mexico and was taken when the city
was captured. It Is still one of the
most highly prized possessions of the
On Tuesday evening the members
of the Board of Directors of the
Phyllis Wheatley Home, 3256 Rhodes
avenue, gave a delightful "Thank
You" reception in honor of Phyllis
Wheatley drive workers and Phyllis
Wheatley taggers. There was speak
ing and several musical numbers
added to the pleasure of the evening.
Mrs. Bertha L. Hensley, chairman of
the Tag Day committee, was in
charge of the affair.
The trustees, faculty and graduat
ing classes of Wilberforce Univer
!tr lield its fiftT-aRhth annual com
mencement Thursday, June 16. The
writer was honored with an invita
tion to be present on that happy oc
Explanation of Name "Canada."
There are various theories as to how
Canada came to be m called, tine
wl h m -ets with wide approval Is
that ' d Canada is derived from
an Indian word. "Kannatha," meaning
a village or collection of huts, and It
Is supposed that Jacques Cartier, hear
ing this word ued by the Indian with
reference to their settlements, mistook
Its meaning, and applied It to the
Anything to Please.
Adv. Wanted Girl for general
housework, any old kind; family of
three adults. Nice, large, airy room;
no washing nor much of anything else
to do. Last girl quit because we In
vited some relatives to help us cele
brate Patriots' day. Next Patriots"
day. if the girl demands It, we will
disown our relatives and renounce our
country. Boston Transcript.
Indian Name of Quaint Old City.
The Indians called a strait "Rebec"
and the name was given to the site
of the present city of Quebec from
the peculiar configuration of the St.
Lawrence river at that point, for the
river there grows narrow and from
Its deep waters rises the bold height
on which the ancient dty stands. The
French-Canadian still pronounces the
Fortunes Left to Pets.
Sometimes cuts fare very well at
beneficiaries under wills. It was a
Parisian woman, a few years ago. whe
left 10.000 francs to her cat. On I s
death the money was to be sjent on
elementary schools. The feline has
since died and the money distributed
according to directions. In numerous
Instances fortunes have been left tc
found homes for cats and dogs. Some
times these wills have been dictated
by love of animals, while In others,
alas. tiuy have been written merely
for the purpose of "getting even" with
Electricity and Chinese Demons.
Word lias come from Shanghai that
employes of the Chlnn Electric com
pany recently called in a native priest
to drive away the demon In an elec
tric buzz saw which had cut off two
or the operator's fingers. After the
ceremony the workmen returned to
their tasks contentedly. The manager
of the plant felt that, despite the su
perstition displayed, these Chinese
workmen were accepting electricity In
their own way. North American.
Care of Geraniums.
Geraniums should be kept moist, but
should not be given too much water
at a time. They need a sunny win
dow. The plants should be kept in a
fairly even temperature, and it should
be borne In mind that they must have
plenty of air, for they won't thrive In
a "stuffy" room. Light and sun are
necessary for ail plants, and there Is
always more danger of getting too lit
tle than too much.
Famous English Poem.
Lodore is a cataract three infles
from Greta hall, Keswick. Cumberland,
England, rendered famous by the won
derful piece of word-painting by the
English poet, Itobert Southey. called
The Cataract of Lodore," published
In 1820. This has been considered one
of the best pieces of word-painting in
the English language, at least of a
Few Killed by Hailstones.
One of the unsolved mysteries is
why people are so rarely killed by
hailstones. Only one case has bees
recorded In Europe. Such fatalities
have happened more often In India
than anywhere else. In the Morada
bad district. May 1. 1888, about 250
persons were killed by a hallstorca.
VEIL ADOS BEAUTY
Face Covering cs Important as
Other Articles of Dress.
All Shades Appearing In the New
Suits Are Duplicated in the
To be becomingly veiled aids a
woman greatly In being smartly
dressed. The selection of a veil Is as
Important as the choice of any other
article of dress, especially so since
the right veil enhances a woman's
beauty to no Inconsiderable extent,
while one that Is not becoming will
accentuate the smallest defect. Wom
en have come to realize this and
spend ever so much time and delib
eration in purchasing these bits cf
The veil Is scarcely a matter of
season, yet at this time of the year
Its vogue Is particularly pronounced
and no spring toilette :ijhnh com
plete when it Is absent. Thl serson
women are evincing an extraordinary
amount of enthusiasm over ells. due
to the fact that there is such great
variety In color, .hare and im-sh.
All the shades appearing In the new
suits and dre.- are duplicated In
veils, although brown, gray and black
predominate. Jim as two shades ut
pear in a dress, so we find different
colors In a single veil. The body or
niiiln portion may be of chiffon and
have a trimming of Shetland mesh In
a contrasting hue. t may be that
of a Russian mesh of one color com
bined with Shctlund in a decidedly
rontraMing hue. Then again, a woven
dot or design may be of opposite tint
from the veil Itself.
The uniting of different colors and
materials in a veil Is especially appar
ent in those for motoring, yachting
and traveling. These are, of course,
of the long and flowing variety. An
import Just nrriwd In this country Is
of chiffon with a square piece of silk
Shetland Inserted in the front.
USE OF CHIFFON IN SKIRTS
Two Shades of Pink Material Pro
vide Combination That Is Pretty
Two shades of pink chiffon one a
deep rose and the other a pale coral
make a very pretty skirt. Where the
hands of the darker shade are Insert
ed, narrow bands of shiny, pale-blue
velvet satin are hemstitched Into the
chifTon on each side with silver
The quaint, tight-fitting bodice
shows a most Interesting application
of the satin bands on the picturesque
fichu. This Is attained by having the
two tones of chiffon outlined by the
blue violet satin, which gives a most
delightful appearance. The bodice It
self Is fashioned from two-toned satin.
In rose and white It possesses a cer
tain silvery effect. The bright side o
the satin Is used for the corsage,
which Is drawn tightly to one side.
The girdle shows the pale side of
the satin. This, however. Is further
enriched with a narrow band of tur
quoise satin as well as two magnifi
cent flowers. One is originated In
orange yellow, while the other Is a
FASHIONS FOR THE KIDDIES
An attractive tailored hat of Milan
straw, trimmed with a moire band and
TAILORED LINGERIE IS CHIC
Plain Tops to Chemise, Nightgowns,
Slips and Camisoles Now the
There Is a penchant for plain, or
tailored, tops to chemises, night
gowns, slips and camisoles. This
type of garment agrees In simplicity
with the slim, boyish figure which still
prevails in "the vogue of youthful
ness." Occasionally these plain hems, or
casings, are edged with strips of flat
Insertion, whlc does not detract from
the "correctness" of the garment's
character, yet makes it plquantly
feminine. Thrnngh the plain casings
are usually run delicate ribbons of
soft pastel shades, and a novel note
echoes the color of the ribbon in pip
ings around hems and along seams.
Peach, apricot, rose, French blue,
lavender and golden yellow are the
colors that enliven the pale fabrics
from which lingerie Is developed.
Lace Is Stylish.
Advices from Paris show that laces
are being used, even to the extent of
lace panels Inserted la foulsx
Novel "Ferris Wheel."
The ferris wheel of Bagdad Is
built of long poles attached to a
heavy long crossplece; on the ends of
the poles rude wooden chairs are
placed. In which the lovers of excite
ment are strapped, while by man pow
er the revolution Is made the rider
setting a tabloid thrill of t&e real
in Chicago, 111., June 22nd-26th, 1921
20 Bishops, 13 General Officers, 16 Presi
dents and Deans of Colleges. Representing
800,000 Members and 1,500,000 Adherents
Reception and Banquet at Quinn Chapel
Grand June Festival;
Richard Allen Chorus
at Auditorium Theatre
"The Battlefields of France"
at Institutional Church
Grand Union Meeting at 8th Regt. Armory
Speakers: Prof. J. R. Hawkins, Rev. R. C.
Ransom, D.D.; Rev. J. A. Hill, D.D.
Save Four Dollars
f The coupon on your June Gas Bill is worth $4.00 if
presented before July Uth as part payment on a
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Cash Price - - "- $33.25
Allowance on coupon - 4.00
Net - - $29.25
Or on Easy Payment Terms of $9.00 down,
($5.00 cash and $4.00 coupon), $2.60 a month
for 10 months.
These Prices Indudc City Permit
Peoples Gas Stores Michigan Ave, at Adams St.
103-5 E. ThirtT-Ftfth St.
9051 Commercial At.
1102S Midusma At..
12 Neighborhood Stores:
3071 Lincoln At.
3646 Irring Park Bhri
408W. North At.
1709 W. RooMralt Rd.
1641 lGlwauka At.
3734 W. Twenty-Sixth St.
ThePeoples Gas Light& Coke Co.
Why Tempt the
Money in the proverbial "sugar
bowl" hidden wr or on your
person, keeps the burglar busr.
He'd have to go to work if every
body would put their money in the
bank. Come in today! We'll keep
your sarings safe and pay you interest.
ILLINOIS TRUST & SAVINGS BANK
La Salle mnd JacHson Streets Chicago
Jjetpn Tfow cteuilogfaig
lis cEractti;WW his
Jlccount ICT n!ia.4n&ne
so he can ASH money
sotM&cnr.tW S0 to JttWt
Let Bin nala hit own
yeor ftii In tfce growtk
f fas lraaLacce-ott.
Lincoln State Bank of Chicago
3105 South State Street 9 and 11 East 31st Street
Under State Government Supervision
3 Per Cent on Savings Resources over $2,800,000.00