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STANLEY UtmKEE, A. Mf& JTpftfi,
'EMMETT J. SCOTTrwA.liL, LL.D.. Secretary-Trsasorer
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'TS rand Commerce and Ence, granting tePtnjbe
degreesTAB. or B. S.; A. B. or B. 5. in Education; B. S. to Jour
italism; B. S in Commerce.
fa Agriculture, and B.S. In Household Economics.
School of Marie, foor year course, giving degre of Mes. B.
School of Religion,hxee year course, ghing degree of B. D. (Al Di
ploma and Correspondence Courses.)
School of Lew, three year evening course, giving degree of LL.B.
ySs" to rSiaceutical students. Following . degree, given.
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For Catalog and Information wriie
-TJWIGHT O. W. HO-MES, Registrar ., . .
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SMRGE T. FARD1NG; JR.
Corn 31st Street, Chicaco '
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Mf OF GLORY
tmnt umnur That Suits
Evtry Type of Face Ideal
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STYLES FW M H1DSEAS0K
Hrftar fc ef Infinite Variety and
la Frenv Lanje Capellnes to the
Tiny, Toques ColorJs
H&ts to suit every face, fcata ap-
I preprlate for every occasion and hata
tnat Are, aoove au seasonaoie ior we
time of year during which they are to
be worn. Is the Ideal that modlstea
have had In mind ior many months,
the object toward which they have
been steadily working. And, writes a
ityle authority. Judging from the mil
linery -thai Is presented for the mid
summer season, their ambitions nave
Those who design and make clothes
deserve a great deal more of public
approbation than they ever receive.
3$ey are criticized time and again for
forcing the sales of costly and unsea
sonable merchandise and foe showing
models much In advance of the season
for the-sake, of obtaining, new business
and making the clothes which women
already .have appear a pace behfnd
The most fault-finding person In er
lRtpnee could not Justly accuse mil
liners of not having done, their very
best this year to keep dress in its
logical place In, regard to the season.
For the sunny months they have made"
an extensive showing of typical sum
mer hats. They have made the wide
trimmed bat that J50 becomlngy
shadows the face, rival the smaller
hat to a degree not seen before.
Larae Capellnes Vie, With Toques.
So much -publicity lias the wide hat
recently received that women might
be led to believe that the small hat
was about to pass from the realm of
fashions.. This Is not so. Even ir
It werewe would be no better off, for
we still .would be following one line
!n fashions without the variety that
j-we- should have, and the difficulty "of
fifidlng a becoming hat would De as
great as ever.
' HatsT?repared'sfor the midsummer
are of Infinite variety, 'from large
capellnes to tiny toques. The ten
dency recently has been toward larger
hats, it is true, but it would be futile
to. -say that they are. going, to be uni-.
versally adopted, because-they are not
Fbecomlne to every woman. It means
t. h- ru& i0Mfaiir.4frfctK t
Ha Eve-lhcreBtea. They wikkjr
Mhtr, broader; rbb. SeUe Ttte
real Tfey dae are oC kugtr prr
jertleas: AaonrflW " typeaara
two sew forts receHayrwBcaea
Parts; la exbardtaarHy Mgk era'
eSecttv after the 1890 styl: Tfeese
are shown- In dartr huaWa greea
straw and by the way, there is a
strong tendency" toward, these .dark
greens In millinery.
, One such model was -trimmed with a
huge rosette of straw placed at the
side back, and another with tall up
standing quills made of eagla feath
ers. Ever so many smaruy uresseu
women are affecting these curious tau
Next after the size one la Impressed
by the lighter "colors, especially in the
nets, chiffons and organdies, which
are so suitable for hot weather.
Among the light colors are lovely
Parma violet shades and soft citron
;. Lovely models of organdie may be
embroidered In many hues that are
hMnm!ncr hat. "-The whole World Is
likely to appear a little more. pleasant
to her, and It certainly has an excel
lent effect on her .disposition.
,, .in oraer o maKe it pwiue iui
each woman "to hnv her fnCnds say.
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No. 4 Blue Crepe de ehlne Wth
Pompon of Ostrich. No. 5 Modet
Showing Veil of Black Net Embroid
ered In Colored Cellophane. No. 6
Tailored Hat of Black Straw and
Crepe de Chine.
In contrast to the color of, the or-
cominr to every womuo. -it iacuus i -- ---- - , . ,. ,.
great deal to woman to have ajf"e. but blend beautifully with J
JERSEY, McGOWAH ANP MORSELL
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Walter M. Farmer
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No., 1 Ap Embroidered Oroandie
Kdel. No. 2Hat Trimmed With
Old-Fashloned Lace Barbe. No. 3
Blue TaffeU Straw. and White Or.
"Ton conld not have a more hecdmlng
hat," we must have shapes, sizes and
trimmings suitable foe the fluffy coif
fure, ior simple, -smooth Jiairdressing
and for every type of laces. And,
above all, there must be hats oC every
color, lor color Is very Important In
making headgear becoming,
Then, they must not all be of fab
ric. The, fabric hat Is excellent, and
st the moment Is nreferred to any
other, oat .here again we must be care
ful" to avoid monotonyand a pretty
straw hat may be found ranch more
beautlfylntr than one made of sflk or
TibbeB We too often hear that "they
are .wearing'' seen and jmcb a talag.
T6t laatanee. Ther are weariae fab
ric hataT But the wosaan whe wants
to be ladiridaal and be becemlfirfy
iTmwul will sse her own edgsseat
s&t lvfaw Jaermed feerseW rsaard-
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JAMES a COTTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
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Awlrtant Attorney Oenersl
SUli of Illinois
Res. 394 Qrand BouU
An example of this Is seen in the em
Another- charming model Is devel
oped In mauve organdie and trimmed
with cherries In cerise and mauve, and
a hat of blue georgette crepe of a
soft shade with a crown of dyed straw
One Is In French blne-tnffetaf white
organdie and blue tagal straw. The
-crown-Is of tht straw, showing -that
the modiste' Is quite Impartial in her
use of materials, combining, several In
Among the lovely things sent to
America Is a "hat developed In coral
Ktr.1- mntu ri 1iln trfnimwl with S
large scarf or metal embroidered In
Some good-looking hats are In sailor
shaoe and faced with very bright
'colqred changeable taffetas for in
stance, a sailor of black taffeta, the
brim faced with changeable red taf
feta, trimming the hat with folded
bands of red and black,
Models in Silk and Straw.
Following In the wake of the craze
for certain types of tailored things,
rprv smnrt tallnrmi-fttvles in hats Have
recently come Into unusual prominence.
These are mane in ootn crepe qe cnine
and straw. Occasionally taffeta, fac
ings In brilliant colors are noted, and
especially desirable is changeable taf
feta, which gives a marvelous color
One of the most popular of the
tailored models is a hat In shiny black,
straw trimmed with a braided band of
bright green crepe de chine .This
was brought out earlier In tiie season
and its popularity has Increased.
Veil-trimmed hats have In no wise
lost their prestige,' for the most ex
traordinary styles In veils ore just
now being launched by leading mil
liners. A number of harem styles are
copied from the Syrian -and Egyptian
An Egyptian type Is la black net
embroidered In colored cellophane.
Folds of tulle or lace, scarfs and
scarf ends! pften are attached to one
or both sides of a hat 'and looped
gracefully. 'Such trimming Is. soft
ening to the contour of the face and
likely to prove most becoming.
Jon will see that we have -quite u
much choice In the matter of trim
mings as we have In. shape,- size and
coloring. A few of the unusual forms
aach as the straw rosette, and eagle
feathers have been especially noted.
Bat for the midsummer the trim
paipg that oae sees In profusion li
flowers. There Is little novelty about
them asd It Is true that they apyear
as. the most commercial hats.
Ose of the saarteat aaadfeeg awiaU
was of blact faille, very this. It
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129. E. 31ST STRE2T
Phone: Douglas S3S1
Ashland State Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS J30O.OO0.0O
. 1610 Wt 63rd.Stttl Chicago
" Comparative Statement of Deposits
e ; -:. ' -" November 18, 1912, $836,605.3
-.." ? November 17, 1914, $912,005.69
-"', " NovembeO?, 1916. $1,132,750.72
"'."; November 18. 1918, $1,284,084.24
. V i November 17, 1919, $2,359,636.62
!' ''& November 15, 1920, $3,224,633.09
TOWN BAIN, President
. MICMAfiL'MAlaEL, Vice iresidwn
EDW. C BARRY, Cashier
W, MERLE FISHER, Assistant Cashier
ARTHUR C UTESCH, Asst. Cashier.
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JOHN J. DUNN
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and the name was given to the site
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the peculiar ' configuration of the St
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river there grows narrow and from
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