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'.LAWNS, MUSLINS FAVORED
Fabrics That Now Replace Mors
Gauzy and Beribboned Negligees
y and Lingeries.
Those ranzr. Dint silk nighties, dec
orated with a tiny rosebud and hang-
tntr from the shoulders by sine no-
bona; silk -teddies," silk and crepe
Aa h!nA corset covers and suchlike
delectable negligee and lingerie are be
ing replaced today by tTencn nana
msde and domestic articles In batistes,
lawns and muslins, according to a
These less expensive articles,' said
the writer, "are Just as exquisite and
dainty, and the next best thing to hav
Ing silk next to the skin. The em
broidered Importations with lace filet
and cluny are particularly sweet, and
are appealing more ana more 10 me
American girl as she becomes less ex
travagant In her tastes.
"The girl who chooses for herself
now takes the domestic goods. Silk
npcllceel however. Is sua pnrcnasea.
but to a great extent by men, for what
Is more appropriate as a girt xor wue
or rfntiphter than one of these luxuri
ous silk undergarments?"
The georgette "winter weignis,- au
nonnlar with last season' Eves, are
en id tn be vleldlne to the plainer, less
showy, and more washable fabrics.
"This season promises to do me oig
eest vear for sport suits. The revival
of horseback riding and the more gen
eral participation of the modem -mam
fn outdoor exercise has resulted In a
great demand for these models.
"Thev are de ngeur almost any
where, except at a formal dinner, and
are being worn more and more on the
The summer girl, the authority
added, even If she wears a diaphanous
skirt, needn't be concerned whether
thfl sun shines east or west The lit
tle "knickers," she explained, prevent
too sharp a silhouette.
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 1
GEORGE F. HARDING, JR.
Up-to Date or Modern Houses, ApartMarti
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Dr. J. a Dorsey'a. Drug Store, 43 .
31st Street, corner Vernon AveBM.
'The Porter-White Drug Oa ew,
southwest conifer- 4700 S."'Stato St.
Turner Williams,, .barber .atop as4
laundry offiee, 4803 S. State St
Edward Telix, motions, .elganf asd
news stands, 3002 SoDearbora U&-
George W, Boyd, 'news staad'a'acS a&oc
,shining ;parlor,f 3620 a.:Slato J3t"
Thomas BelL Jiewa stand, iea
parlor and' laundry office, 17 .f'
St, Bear State."
T. Bisaep, - cigars, lMFi -,
ataad, S "W. 27th etj.aaai &s&
Dodson's shoe chining psxlor and mwi
stand, Bouthireat eorttr -85th
Mrs. Hoses RatcTiff, preaidsat of Sfct
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Fkeaes Douglas 6302 and Douglas 6S3
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J. S. DORSET
Fil line ef Fresh Drag aad Toikt
Articles Prccexiptioas FlUsd
OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
Spanish shawls are gaining In popu
Bilk ratine Is used for suits, skirts
and separate wraps.
Black shoes are worn wltn any color
costume or stockings.
The girl who goes In for smart sport
togs will find herself In wool all summer.
Tiny, close-fitting turbans made of
colored lacquered leaves are very
One of the fancies of the moment
Is the matching of the frock with
Adorable frocks for summer are
made of handkerchief linen and
trimmed with organdie flowers.
A newer fringe trimming Is achieved
by fringing the fabric Itself. One
finds plaid sport skirts finished at the
edge in this way.
Short bloomers with the shorter
chemise are being worn most now In
"the way of underclothing. Bloomers
IendLJ3iemselves well to the tailored
A little girl's bathing suit is of
navy blue Jersey .with rather tight
fitting bloomers and a straight tunic
The latter shows embroidery oi
coarse white wool and white wool
forms the belt at the waistline.
No table is complete without flow
ers, be It the breakfast; luncheon, tes
or dinner table. Even field flowen
gathered from the roadside are ac
ceptable if they are nicely arranged
Violets mingled with their own greet
leaves, arbutus in flat dishes, spread
lng bouquets of dogwood, mountalr
laurel and azalea, daisies, red and pin
Clover, buttercups, goldenrod and as
ters as the seasons change there an
lovely flowers for the table to be hai
for the picking from spring to fan.
TO OPPOSE LONG, FULL SKIRT
Wocnen of England Band Together to
Protest Introduction, of Objec
In Encland. observes a fashion
writer, quite a number of influential
women have banded together to pro
test against the Introduction of "long.
5full akirts." They say and with
much reason that this fashion has
nothing to recommend It, that full
skirts which reach the ankles make
every woman who wears them look
years older than Is necessary and also
that lone akirts are dust-catchers and
for that reason unhygienic.
The fact Is that nearly every woman
realizes that, she looks smarter and
younger In a moderately short skirt
which falls in straight lldes, I do not
mean exaggeratedly short, indeed, a
straight skirt may quite well, reach
the ankles, especially if It happens to
be plaited; but "when It comes to gath.
ered ox flounced dresses, not to speak
ef those models whjch are obviously
supported by hoops, it is another af
fair. In Paris we talk a great deal about
"long and full skirts," but at all the
fashionable race meetings and sum
mer festivities the straight outline stffl
I think we shall find that the 1SS0
outline will be largely exploited on the
stage and at certain evening entertain
Stents but that it, win not easily re
place the becoming straight-outline for
street wear. I am encouraged in this
opinion by the determined stand now
being taken by the best Paris tailors.
All the latest models designed In
their studios show straight moderate
ly short and. wide skirts, and these
are very successfully combined with"
shaped 'coats which almost reach the
Colors Used to Match Garment Thin
Black Frock Always Popular
A survey of the shop windows, ob
serves a writer in tne tjnnsuau
Science Monitor, reveals many new
and interesting features of the after
noon dress, the most notable being,
perhaps, the extensive ose of bead
embroidery, which plays a very large
part in the decoration of the dresses
of this season. Some of the dresses
have the entire bodice bead em
broidered, while a deep band also dec
orates the skirt reaching far up in un
even design and -leaving only about
one-third of the dress plain.
Others have bead motifs embroid
ered here and there on the dress. The
beads used are often the same color
nq the dress, such as bronze beads for
brown satin or crepe de chine, jet for
black charmeuse or georgette, ana
steel or iridescent beads on gray.
The thin black dress for summer
weather is one of which we never
seem to tire, for season after season
it finds Its way Into the wardrobe of
many women. Its mode of expression,
however, varies consiaeraDiy irom
xesr to vear and this may be one rea
son for its perennial youth. Another,
of course, Is Its suitability for many
occasions and yet another, that a very
large number of women recognize the
fact that they really look their best
In black. Jet embroidery is seen a
rood deal on the black afternoon
dresses this year, sometimes being em
broidered straight on the dress, or
bands of bead trimming may be used.
One dress Is composed of black
crepe georgette with a long bodice,
short sleeves and a skirt with four
deep tucks. Two bands of bead trim
ming decorate the dress, passing over
the shoulders, caught Into loops at
the waist back and front and bang
ing slightly below the skTrt, disappear
under the hem. The trimming is
made up of Jet and cut steel beads, its
glistening effect making a pleasing
contrast to the dull finish of the
The hat worn with this dress is of
dull silver tissue, in color matching
exactly the steel of the beads. It is
lined with black and over the silver
tissue is draped black lace which Is
studded here and there with Jet beads.
Two silver roses hold the drapery In
place. Another rather new and very
smart black dress is made of crepe
georgette and moire ribbon. The bod
Ice Is made of georgette, quite plain,
with the neck and short sleeves bound
with moire, while the skirt is com
posed entirely of bands of moire rib
bon about four inches wide placed
about two inches apart on the geor
gette. Clre ribbon could be used In the
same way with equal success. A dress
like this could, of course, only be
worn by some one tall and slender,
but the same materials could be quite
successfully arranged with the ribbon
going down In stripes for those of
larger dimensions Instead of the
The black taffeta frocks with their
skirts encircled by formal little rib
bon ruches are very picturesque, and
It Is quite unusual to see black taffeta
unaccompanied by white organdie.
Frills are edged with It or it will ap
pear at the neck and wrists In little
plaited ruffles. Beautifully embroid
ered lingerie collars and cuffs are
much worn with black taffeta, show
ing that there are still faithful ad
herents to the early Victorian mode.
E, g. CALDWELL
a . KREYSSLEft
An Excellent Ironing Surface.
To make an ironing board on which
It is a Joy to iron, take one roll of
cotton batting such as is used for com
forts. Spread the cotton batting.even
ly over the board and fasten over thiJ
a cover made from unbleached muslin,
tacking It down around the sides ol
the board. An extra length of muslia
or unbleached muslin which can b
easily washed shtaid he used as at
Noisy Ones, Please Read.
The ambition merely to attract pub
lic attention does not In Itself make
for more happiness on the part of tb
Electricity and Chinee Demon.
Word has coma from Shanghai that
employes of the China 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
trf the' operator's fingers. After the
cerem'bny tha workmen returned 'to
their tasks contentedly.. The saanager
$t the-pJantlelt that, despite the W
perstitlon displayed, these Chinese
workBaen were accepting electricity la
tfcftlr 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 all nlants. and there is
always more danger of getting too .lit
tle than too much.
A. D. GASI
118 N. Lm SU Street
3342 Calumet Ave.
JAMES G. COTTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
145 NORTH CLARK STREET
Telephone Central S3S4
Assistant Attorney Qenoral
State of Illinois
Rea. 1S4S Qrand Boul. -Doug.
J. GRAY LUCAS
129 E- 31ST STREET
Phone: Douolaa $331
Ashland State Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300,000.00
1610 West $3rd Street Chicago
Statement of Deposits
18, 1912, $S36,605.23
17, 1914, $912,005.69
17, 1916, $1,132,750.72
18, 1918, $1,284,084.24
17, 1919, $2,359,636.62
15, 1920, $3,224,633.09
IOHN BAIN, President
MICHAEL, MAl:r-i-, Vice rrcsmcrn
EDW. C. BARRY. Cashier
W. MERLE FISHER. Assistant Cashitr
ARTHUR C. UTESCH, Asst. Cashier
Anything to Pleace.
Adv. Wanted Girl - fr pi'fi-ral
housework, any old kind; faniiu t
three adults. Nice, large, nlry r."i;
no washing nor much of anything else
to do. Last girl quit because we in
vited some relatives to help us cele
brate Patriots' dny. Next Patriots'
day. If the girl demands it, we will
disown our relatives and renounce our
country. Boston Transcript.
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The Indians called'a strait "Keliec."
and the name was given to the site
of the present city of Quebec frmu
the peculiar configuration ..f tin- St.
Lawience river at that iMunt. fr the
river there grows narrow and from
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on which the iMiciem city stands. The
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