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stand, southwest eerier 35 ta ac
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Willing Worhera' Club of 8t. th
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Tamer Williaina' barber shop ax'
ilanndrr office, 4803.& State St.
. Edward Pelix, notions, eigajn as"
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SPORT DUDS FOR
THE WARM DAYS
Sweater Proves Key to Situation
in the Summer Vacation
ONE-PIECE KNITTED DRESSES
aarmenta That 8Jlp On Ovsr Haa
Are More or Less Popular Gay
Colore Prevail Variety
A summer Tacatlon without a sweat
tr is but a poor substitute for pleas
ire In a woman's life these days, as
tarts a prominent fashion writer. She
adopted the Idea for strictly rough
isage, but that was a long time ago.
Now the sweater Is almost as dressy
is It Is sporty that Is, If It Is that
tlnd of sweater. For there Is no end
sf the variety of knitted jackets that
ire being offered for sale, knitted at
borne or by experts, or crocheted In
fanciful stitches ond-patterns.
Heally and seriously, however, the
rweater Is now indispensable for sum
mer as well as for winter wear, and
because the field of Its operations has
become so tremendously enlarged,
there la reason to know about sweat
ers what they are and whence they
come. For, If a sweater Is wisely
Judged, Its purchase can be the begin
ning of a long and useful life. But a
misstep often leads to stretching and
fading orworse fate shrinking that
may plunge the thing Into a state of
utter degradation, with Its cost price
evaporated into nothingness.
Only those vacationists who are
leeklng out the Far North are Indulging
In the thick and woolly varieties of
sweater, and for them a great mental
effort la necessary these torrid days
to Imagine any climate which would
make thick wool obligatory. They are
warned at every turn of the sporting
goods store to watch their steps, and
we can only hope that they will In
clude in their compact baggage enough
thicknesses to protect them from the
icy blasts that are bound to confront
For those who axe summering In
milder climates everything has been
done to make the cold days and cooler
evenings a success. Sweaters are pro
vided anywhere from a cobweb in
thickness to those guaranteed to defy
a sudden chilly blast As one summer
boarder put It: "Only when we wrap
ourselves In sweaters and hear our
teeth chatter while we read the heat
headlines in the papers do we feel as
though the rent of the summer cot
tage was not spent In vain."
Sweaters Are Light and Airy.
The sweaters for warmer days are
as light and airy and thin as the sum
mer breeze itself. It is astonishing
how filmy wool can be. They are
knitted with open stitches through
sight, and at the same time It prom
ised warmth If any coolness should by
chance enter the atmosphere.
With the white skirts made of silk,
silk knitted sweaters are exceedingly
popular. The colon range all the way
from the softest shades of baby blue
and pink and lavender to the shout
ing hues of orange, red and purple.
Orange seems to be the color that has
found the greatest popular approval.
It la a real orange, too, without al
leviating notes of pink or yellow In
Its dyeing. Against the pure white
ness of skirt and blouse this tons
shows up stunningly. For maidens
with dark locks and brunette complex
Ions there is nothing more beautiful
for summer outdoor wear.
Blondes should cleave to bright tones
of green, for they look their startling
best when enveloped In this aura. Now
Sweater of White With Black Ribbon
8leveleu Coat, Bound in White.
Is their chance to display their beauty
to Its utmost for bright colors are the
thing not overly noticeable, for every
one Is doing It
There are some sweater dresses in
which the regular knitted coats or slip
ons are worn with knitted skirts and
white blouses. These are very good
looking and they are most becoming
to a certain type of figure that type
which does not stretch the knitting
unduly but allows It to drop in
straight lines. Some sweater costumes
are knitted from light-weight wools
and others are done In silk or artifi
cial silk. Usually the silk ones are
in pastel shades, combined with white,
so that while they have a certain
amount of warmth they give a more
or less summery appearance, an effect
much to be desired when the psychol
ogy of summer dressing Is considered
from 1U various angles.
Knitted Coats or 8lipona.
The knitted dresses---those that slip
on over the head and are made on
the one-piece model are more or less
popular. Since they are quite heavy
in appearance, they are most suitable
for climes that are really cold and
damp. For this purpose there Is no
dress more suitable, for they do not
muss, they are not susceptible to
wrinkles, and In every way they stand
up to the hard wear and tear that a
summer life outdoors entails. At the
same time they are extremely becom
lng to most women.
One woman who was starting out
upon a cold northern trip had provid
ed herself with an unusually Interest
ing outfit Her dress was knitted and
of a rather subdued shade of orange.
It was made In one piece and bound
with silk braid along Its edges. She
had an angora hat of the same shade
of orange. Its brim turned up all the
way around and could be dragged
down at one side to suit her own style.
With this she carried a white wool
sweater that was capable of keeping
out every wintry breeze or anything
approaching that degree of chilliness.
It was a most happy combination of
color, especially when the sweater was
being wom, for the mass of white re
lieved the mass of orange In the nroD-
whlch the breezes can find their war. er nronortlon.
and the shapes into which they navel Really the smartest women" who
been fashioned are marvelously clever. ! have appeared recently In summer
Color Is one of their realest charms, clothes have been wearing the sleeve
for the general fashion feeling for less coats outgrowths of the sleeve
brightness In summer things has les dresses. Or shall we say that the
seeped Its way into the fielji of sweat-1 dre grew from the coat idea? It is
ers with great success. No more is j a little difficult to draw Just that line
It possible for a woman to send up l of distinction, and it scarcely matters.
B. K. CALDWELL
G. . KPJEYS3L2R
the sad cry that brilliant colors are not
becoming to her style of beauty. Every
one is doing It and there are ways
and ways of achieving becoming com
binations. The all-white costumes are mast ef
fective, especially If they are rellored
with some subtle touch of Mack. A
white flannel skirt with a white open
weave slip-on sweater and a white
drooping felt hat was worn at a coun
try dub recently. A touch of con
trast had been achieved by tying a
narrow black ribbon, plcot edged,
around the waist leaving long bows
and streamers falling at the left side.
It vras the coolest looking thing in
Still Thty Are Warn.
A tall bat sever lends much dignity
to a man whose heels are In the air.
Kan finding rusty corkscrew la qH
bcrean drawer Oh, say, Madge, caa
yea remember what this ni used far!
anyway. Suffice it to say that both
styles are good, and that most women,
especially those who can be called the
tailored type,' are reveling In them
The sleeveless coat is becoming to
some women, who do not really care
for the sweater. It has a hardness of
line that Is often "Interesting" where
the soft outlines of the sweater would
get In no telling work at alL And
these coats are made from heavy .flan
nels and from Jerseys, being unlined
and bound with white aflk braid.
They are in bright colors all of
those accepted tones of green aaf red
and orange and so on.
Wise Provlalofj f Nature,
Jnd Tonkins says a man who nerer
makes a mistake has to die fearfully
young to avoid spoiling his record.
Qumt Human Ways.
A man Is presented to a glrr. ani
then if an goes well the girl is gives
away to the. man.
PHOOTI MAW MU
A. D. GASM
ATTOKXXT AT LAW
118 N. L SiU Stret
3342 Calumet Ave.
JAMES G. COTTER
ATTORNEY AT tAW
145 NORTH CLARK STREET
Telephone Central S394
Assistant Attorney Qeneral
Stat of Illinois
Ashland State Bank
Res. 3446 Qrand Bout.
J. GRAY LUCAS
129 E. 31ST STREET
Phone: Douglas S331
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300,000.00
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Statement of Deposits
17, 1916, $1,132,750.72
18, 1918, $1,284,084.24
17, 1919, $2,359,636.62
15, 1920, $3,224,633.09.
IOIIN BAIN. President
MlCHAh.j aiAi:.L. Vice rresideni
EDW. C. BARRY, Cashier
W. MF.RLE FISHER, Assistant Cashier
ARTHUR C. UTESCH, Asst Cashi-r
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A mounted Indian or white man
with bow and arrows sometimes could
kill more buffaloes thun a man could
kill with a rifle, says the American
Forestry Magazine. At close range
the arrow was as deadly as the bullet,
It made less noise, and arrows could
be discharged three or four times as
rapidly as bullets from muzzle-loading
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