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THE BROAD AX, CHICAGO, UJL.SATURDAY. JUNE 25, 192L
cHARLES E." STUME. . .
- -ri1ea from -page t-1
, to becoming independent pro-
. nf business estatilishjnents..
rietors " ... . ;i rtl
" courses mciuoc sccjH w
e vork, and teachers'- coarse, pre-
teachers for commercial ind -the
.js commercial department is rep
uted all over the country, working
fuc government, banks, -insurance
oanies, secret orders, and one in
ST America serving the Standard
Si Company. I must stop ior Ihis
. t I will talk about President Ed
js and others in my ne
t must stop long enough to con
i.,.. Prof. Aaron E. Malone,
,n the recognition he received. He J
" . . l-iimc man a Th5lan-I
u 2 scholar, a u.- -. - ---
Jropist, in fact, he is a man of the
JL and is doing things. Right by
T. s';je is that wonderful woman of
Zr race, Mrs. Anne E. Malone. By
Ljf works they are making the
-d better. They are-preparing to
grt in the hearts of the people who
U come after them.
CALLEED TO LOUISVILLE, KY.
jlrs Bettie Grant, 4548 Sheridan
Road, was called to the bed side of
jur sick mother at Louisville, Ky.,
Urs. Grant is a member of Pilgrim
Ctmncil A. U. K. & D. of A. .
MANY VISIT SUBURB.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene N. Penamon,
yr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson, M.
jjtroy Davenport and other persons
rehed Morgan Park Sunday.
VIRGINIAN SOCIETY PRO
GRESSING. The Virginia Society met at 3638
State St, June JS, at which time they
took in a number of new members
usd devised a plan to entertain mem
bers and friends in their July meet-
TO MOVE TO MORGAN JPARK
Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Salinger,
3626 Federal St, are going to move
to Morgan Park, and will live op
Elizabeth and 112th Place, until
they erect their home on lots pur
chased through The Bailey Realty
TO VISIT CITY.
Hon. Wm. H. Fields, National
Grand Master of the Ancient United
Knights and Daughters of Africa is
to visit the city in order to consult
with the head officers concerning the
Grand Council which meets here in
MOVE TO SUBURB.
Mr and Mrs. L. W. Ivy, 3812 Eden
Ave, have moved to Morgan Park,
11346 Throop St
RETURNS FROM SOUTHERN
Mrs Lou Ella Young, 3556 Giles
Are, returns from Southern Illinois.
Her trip was made in the" interest of
the Household of Ruth.
C. H. DUKE RETURNS.
CharUs H. Duke, Treasurer of the
Pyram.J Building and Loan Associa
tion, returned to the city after two
eel vacation at Idlewild, Mich.
Mr Duke is a civil engineer and
architect, and is preparing to build
cottaccs in -Idlewild.
WELL SERVE RACE.
it t. ti -l -c TWa "Bailev
11 J. pailCJ, l"t - : -
Rait Co., 3638 State St,, can be
Jound .very Sunday atiinu -.u
one ve., Morgan Park and is wiH
ag t" serve members of the race in
locating good lots for their future
Mrs James H. Truitt' of Harris
burg, HL, is visifinff the city and is
tie guest of her daughter, Mrs. Char
lotte Vaughn, 4718 Champlain Ave.
A DAY IN THE SUBURBS.
Mrs. Daisy Thomas, 28 E. 44th St,
Spent the day last Sunday with her
friends, Mr. andV Mrs.-rhomton Hen-.
Person, 10844 Glenroy Ave, Morgan
Park ' t
REV. CLARK JRET.UKNS.
After several1 weekji -of ''Illness at
Hot 5t- A.V?e4r,f-"Rfrr- C. H.
Chu-k, pastor of' Ebenezer., Baptist
wiurcn returns tothe ciry.
Bro W. L Thomas, the efficient
secretary of TyreLodge No. 70,
sends out a snappy, fetter to "his craft
It is hard to imagine, a member cast
as aside one withoutfxarefuUy read
'aS it Watch for Snappy live wire
news of the great "West Sideiasrfar
sished by W. L" -. ' ' J-
Resigr.-d the Vice" Presidency,
Th nnlr. J? 22J J.X ?'
as John C. SUhonn,7Wfi6,gaTe
-c wee presidency.toTbecome a-1
States sraatprrJ?- ,
STYLE FOR EVEHINfr GOWNS
Faris-Md s?mft ef Broad Ind.."
vldualisn, ti Selection ef Gar.
-. inenU for Formal Wear.
Prom the spring openings In Paris
comes Jthe report that the Btyle for
evening gowns continues to be "eclee
.ttquer -which being Interpreted Info
crude American slang means each fel
low for himself and each In bis own
way. There Js much to be said m
favor of this, for It gives a large va
riety from which to make a choice
and It allows that trend toward Indi
vidualism in areas to have full and
uninterrupted sway. The Parisian
designer this season. It seems, has ac
complished, every manner of style and
has drawn for his Ideas upon every
source of Inspiration.
"Polrct. Sot Instance, has dono a
great deal In the way of Spanish eve
ning gowns which show panniers bulg
ing out over the hips In many and
voluminous folds. A frequent decol
lete Is termed "The Empress Eu
genie." and when the sort of gown Is
cut very low, as It often Is, there are
delicate metal chains used to slip over
the shoulders-and to hold the gown In
place. At this house, too. there Is to
be seen another evening fashion which
discloses completely one shoulder and
which 'has a point of the draped fab
ric reaching over the other shoulder,
leaving the back -quite freefrom cov
ering. Over the uncovered shoulder a
strap slips to hold the gown Jn place.
It Is the evehlnc cown which was
best liked In Paris during- the winter
season and which""Polret has seen fit
to repeat as has also the house of
Madeleine et Madeleine.
Madeleine et Madeleine hare a fas
cinating evening eown of metal bro
cade In Persian colorlnza. One arm
Is left entirely without a sleeve of
anv sort and the other one is covered
with ropes of pearls wound abopt to
rorm a sleeve tigntiy nttlng ana to
tally transparent "
The Oriental Influence dominates
all of the eowns shown br Patou. The
rnhn rsTlpd ,40!nnatTa, b Ihi nirnn
suggests. Is wholly Egyptian In char
acter, it nas a Dm or metai orna
ment RPt with eflrbtmelea. Another
termed Trincesse Persane Is of tulle
braided In gold. Interspersed with
green and gold threads.
FASHION NOTES OF INTEREST
A fine blade lace frock has a tunic
of black ostrich fringe.
Pokes and smart bow trimmed, hats
are prominent In the spring showings.
Some of the new skirts shown In
Paris are only a "flounce' fastened to
an elongated bodice.
Appliques of colored leather era
seen oa pumps of patent leather.
Gray and "boneydew a shade deep
er thim apricot is a smart combina
tion. While many drooping effects are
seen on the spring millinery, some ex
tremely high effects are also promi
nent Heports from abroad acclaim the
deeply fringed shawl as the favored
Handkerchief draped panels are chic
on a white tulle gown.
Leather, lingerie and colored pique
are seen In French waistcoats and
1711116 or light-colored sfflc stock
ings, worn at the-heels or toes, may
be used for a "dainty camisole" by re
moving' the feet and cutting the upper
parts along "the back seam. Use lace
three inches wide for (he top of the
camisole, also to join the two pieces
of silk together In the back. Ribbon
for shoulder straps helps to 'make It
CREPE DE CHINE IS POPULAR
Fabric Stronflly Featured In French
Capital and Is Expected to
Assert Sway Here.
Crepe de. chine at present Is one of
the most featured frock fabrics In the
French capital and undoubtedly It will
assert, Its sway In this country. It Is
also one of the most durable of lingerie
materials and trimmedwlth 'point de
Paris, or Calais lace or tucked In the
more tailored modes fashions some of
the smartest of undergarments. -
Crepe satin, radium, gros de Londre
and georgette are other fabrics, while
Carrickmacross, rose filet and Irish
crochet are laces In vogue as trim
mings. Besides white and flesh, such
shades as raspberry, neptune green,
honeydew and Jonquil are popular.
The Parisian is very partial xto the
long- chemise or princess slip. Some
of these are developed In georgette
with many rows of plaits, others are
trimmed with 'lace, filet and Calais,
the lace often being cascaded from
the hips and draping to the hem.
plaited satia ribbon is used to form
the bodice on some of the newest slips,
the skirt usually being1 of georgette
ParJslenne's Bridal 6ovm.
The selection made by one of the
most' yhp"fag Partslenne society
trfrfa for Aer wedding" gown: 33ie
skirt ws$ short, while the long man-
teau da- cour was marveiousiy em
broidered In silver thread and bor
oeretr with double row of white fox.
This iSrf. course, aot the traditional
gown, but Jbe bride thus gowned,
made a beautiful picture. So, after
all, ahe vas right in that case nMe
Ure ap' t tradition.
Custom l;ona Kept Up.
Up to a, -few years ago a horse, sad-,
.died and brfdledr stood n the stables
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j j-. r-'om -twirft -horses bad
Lsacceeded each other In commemora
tion so. the escape-on jHnseuiic. v.,
Vivlau who-lived In flie days ofthe
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BISHOP ARCHIBALD J. CAREY
One of the Leading Churchmen of the A. M. E. Choreh, Who Has
Left No Stone Untamed in Order to Make it Pleasant for All
Those Attending the Bishops' Council in This City.
Fire damaged the garage of Chas.
Reese on 36th street Monday after
noon. Paradise Gardens is. the newest 'ac
quisition t the cabaret world. Joe
Gorman, prop., WicklifTs Famous
Ginger Band and Smiling Walter
Bait, manager, 35th street and Prairie
Harriet Lewis, a comely young
miss of 19, foster daughter of Mrs. C
Lewis, 4033 Indiana ave., committed
suicide by taking poison in a flat in
the 41st block of tate street, Satur
day, June 18th. She was removed to
the County Hospital by the police
where she died. The authorities are
conducting an investigation as the
real motive is unknown.
Nearly all of the Lodges of the 1st
District have, organized an Auxiliary
to give instruction to their newly
made craftsmen and lots of the old
ones too, also to look after the vari
ous social activities of their several
Lodges. Among the clubs we may
mention Craftsmens Club of North
Star No. 1, Trestle Board Club of
Hiram No. 14, Master's Aid of Eu
reka No. 64. We note that the Mas
ter's Aid of Eureka No. 64 served ice
cream and passed around the cigars
at their weekly meeting of June 21st.
Bro B. S. Christmon of King David
U. D. has issued an open challenge to
any club in the District to compete
with the Club of King David for a
prize. All right, Let's go. Some of
these "wise" ones.
P. G. J. W. George E. Maxfield and
P. G. L. W. A. Davis returned to the
city Sunday, after spending two weeks
at French Lick, IncL, and Cairo, ill.
They were the recipients of marked
honors during their three day visit in
Cairo, being royally entertained by
P. G. M. A. A. Martin, Sr., and R. W.
G Treasurer, W. B-Beatty. A pleas
ant surprise came in the form of an
"honor luncheon" at the home of P.
G. M. IS artin. On Sunday, June 19th
they attended St John's Day services
with the following Lodges: Ionic,
Delta City, St Joseph, Lily of the
Valley, Harmony, Zaradatha. and
Pride of Egypt
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ACTIVE WORKER IN MANY CHARITABLE CLUBS OR
ORGANIZATIONS, WHO HAS FOR SEVERAL
YEARS PAST FAITHFULLY SERVED AS JCHAIR-
MAN OF THE TAG DAY COMMITTEE Of THE
Platinum -Long Known.
The existence of platinum was first
made known in Europe by Antonio de
Ulloa In 1830. It was first de
scribed by Watson In Philosophical
Transactions of 1750.
Zoological Specimens Scarce.
The growing scarcity of specimens
In every department of zoology has led
to the setting apart of large game
preserves In the wilds of-Africa and
putting them In charge of experts.
Here is one of life's inconsistencies:
A mouse Is afraid of a man, a man Is
afraid of a woman, and a woman Is
afraid of a mouse. Exchange.
Tin ''il-fnsli'imod mnn who used to
rotin w'th :i few hundred dollars now
hn n son who spends n few hundred
dollars each day before he retires.
An pxnert nnnounces that there are
fpn cnusM of crime. Wonder If be
1'ef in the old ndnce that "the good
die younp" Is one of them.
"My wife is talking about raising
some .Tnck' roes." "That sor "Yes;
she nsked me last night If. I couldn't
pet hrr a few Jack pots to put 'em
In." IJoston Transcript.
There are Many.
- There are many who talk on from
Ignorance rather than from knowl-
dn and who find the former an in
exhaustible fund of conversation
Haoue Home of Treaties.
More International conferences have
hwn hpld at The Hague and more
treaties and alliances arranged there
than In any other city of the world.
Even the woman who wants to talk
all the time isn't satisfied unless her
husband wakes up long enough to say
yes or no, now and then.
Best Thino She Does
Mrs. Parvenu (to caller) Iraprc
Tlse? Why, my daughter can Impro
vise 'any piece of muslcyou put befors
Sculpture and Painting.
Moonlight Is sculpture; sunlight la
JtiUMfc, 325to laiuia Avr-
Hew Ralnfair It Recorded;
rhB covernment rauce for record
ing rainfall consists of a cylinder two
feet high, eight inches In diameter.
upon which a funnel of the same
diameter fits. Within that Is a brass
cylinder of the same helgbt,the diam
eter a little over two and one-half
inches. In It Is a measuring tube, the
area of which compared with the area
of the funnel Is as ten to one, so
that when a one-hundredth of an infii
falls In the funnel It becomes one-
tenth of an Inch In the measuring
The Home Life.
Economics changes man's activities.
As you change a man's activities you
change his way of living, and as you
change his environment you change
his state of mind. Precept and Injunc
tion do not perceptibly affect men ; but
food, water, air, clothing, shelter,
pictures, books, music, will and do
affect them. Exchange.
Parrot a Favorite Beneficiary.
If all of the money that has been
left to parrots In different countries
could be gathered together it wonia
make enough to support the average
ornhan asylum. In most cases these
beouests come from unmarried ladles
who have found solace and compan
ionship with their favorite parrots.
Origin of "Strut."
. A stiff piece of wood used as a sup
port Is called a strut; so also a person
who walks stiffly and pompously about
Is said to strut Both words are of
Scandinavian origin and the Middle
English word was "stronten" to swell
or spread out There was a German
word, strotzen, to be puffed up.
Character Revealed by Courtesy.
If a man be era clous and courteous
to strancers It shows he Is a citizen
of the world, and that his heart Is no
Island cut off from other lands, but
a con Inent thnt Joins them.
The Seven Champions of Christen
dom, who are often alluded to by old
writers, were 8tr George, the Patron
Saint of England; St Andrew of Scot
land, St David of Wales; St Patrick
of Ireland, St Denis of France, St
James of Spain, .and St Anthony ef
Speaking of pathetic figures, what
Is more pitiful than the predicament
of that Ithaca man who discovered
that he had been corresponding with
his own wife through a matrimonial
bureau? Buffalo Express.
A traveler in Japan tells of curious
notices ho saw In shop windows, and
especially an official municipal notice
to motorists: "If a cow obstruct.
toot er soothingly; If she continue to
obstruct, toot er wltn vigor; it, ane
fin fihfrtrnet. wait till she pass
wavl" Tha Christian Advocate
One Recipe for Success.
All a man has to do to make a real
success In life Is to spend 25 or SO
years learning to do some simple thing
better than anybody else can do It and
than 25 or SO more doing It every day.
so as to give people n chance to find
out about It Ohio State Journal.
Entirely Too Much.
It Is terrible what I spent during
the entertainments for charity," re
daied Mrs. Newrlch. "Two thousand
for my dress and five hundred for my
coat, besides the twenty for my charity
contributions. It Is too much."
"Newt never did have good sense 1"
Interrupted Gap Johnson of Rumpus
Itldge, Ark. "He ort to have knowed
thnt it would be cheaper to 'take a
shot at his brother-in-law than to burn
the house down to get rid of him."
Kansas City Staf.
A. five-year-old. taking her first bath
without assistance, and scrubbing
visrorously, saldr "Mother, all you'll
have to do Is to tell me when I get
To prevent the gloss coming off of
your white paint wash It with milk
and a little soap. That will be much
cheaper than .repainting and Is effec
tive. Old" Forms of Currency.
All ovld-nce leads to the conclusion
that the knife money of China is the
oldest of all moneys, the ramten&kll
of India, bricks of Babylon, ring mon
ey of Egypt and the punched coins of
Asia Minor following successively in
the order of time.
A fashion expert says women have
forgotten how to alt gracefully. That
comes from standing up for their
rights. Detroit Free Press.
Beatrice, who has three sisters and
or."- brother, a regular little rousta
bout when asked, "How many chil
dren are there In your family, ilearr
replied. "Four children 'and one boy."
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CIGARS CIGARETTES TOBACCOS
The Ogden Pharmacy
3700 Sooth State Street
Prescription FMd WHfc Care,
and Delivered Up-to-Dato
J AMES LURTE, Maxr
B.S. JONES. lUt - J.M.STARKS.Rlu
in Chicago, HI., June 22nd-26th, 1921
20 Bishops, 13 General Officers, 16 Pres!
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 . -
Hawkin's Travelogue: '"-
'The Battlefields of France"
at Institutional Church
Grand Union Meeting at 8th RegL Armory
Speakers: Prof. J. R. Hawkins, Rev. R. C.
Ransom, D.D.; Rev. J. A. Hill, D.D.
Save Four Dollars
T1,a ri"m rm trrmr TlinA
presented before July 11th as patf payment on a
Peoples Gas Stores Michigan Ave at Adams St
3478 ArcKar Ar.
10M E.ThfatT-nftli St.
9031 Cfftimwrdil At.
11023 kOc&ixu At.
12 Neighborhood Store:
3071 Uacela At.
3848 IttUs Puk Bird.
The Peoples Gas
'Saving Habit" a
You Owe to Yourself
If you haven't started a Sav
ings Account, do it now. $1 is
enough. You'll be surprised to
see how quickly your money
will grow when added to every
ILLINOIS TRUST & SAVINGS BANK
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3105 South State Street 9 and It East 31st Street
Under State; Government Supervision
rS PerrCeat on Savings .Resources over 200,000.00
(1Z "Rill IS worth $4.00 if I
No.09Tank Water Heater
Quick Simple 5d
Connected free to any 30-gallonupright tank
(25 feet of gas pipe. allowed if necessary.)
Or on Easy Payment Terms of $9.00 down,
($5.00 cash and $4.00 coupon), $2.60 a month
for 10 months.
That Prica Induds City Ptrmit .
1709 W. RaoMTh Ri.
1641 QBwmakM At.
3734 W.Twaatr-SixtSi St.
Light & Coke Co,
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