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THE BROAD AX, CHICAGO, ILL. SATURDAY. AUGUST 20. 1921.
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Up-to-Date or Modern Houses, Apartments
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Office Phone: Douglas 8ZS
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LOWING NEWS STANEfl:
Dr. J. a Dorsey'a Drag Store, 43 i E.
31st Street, corner Vernon Avuna.
The Porter-White Dm" Co. Store,
southwest comer 4700B. Statu 1.
Tomer Williams' barber shop see
laundry-office, 4803 a State St
Edward -Felix, notions, cigars aad
news stands, 3002 & Dearborn Wfc.
George W. Boyd, news stand azic sao.
ahiniag parlor, ,3620 a Statn It.
Thomas BelL news stand, ice txb
parlor and laundry office, 17 W. SJrd
St, near State.
Pv Bishop, cigars, tobacco ci aawi
atand, 8-W. 2th fit, near St.-.
A'. -D. Hayes, clgara, teb&eeo, stay
tisBery aad news stand, 3&0 a Mats
Says her hair has grown
28 inches long by using
this wonderful hair grower
flint ran hf easilv dressed.
Oodsou 'a eljoe shining ptxlor and sswt
stand, southwest con or iota ajtc
Mrs. Hoses Batcliff, prciddent ci' t&
Willing Worhera' Club of 8t -C&
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Phones Douglas 6"02 and Douglas 653
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NEW. IN CORSAGE
Sleeveless Fashion Pronounced
Garment Attractive When Large
Loose Collar Forms Part of
A curious fashion Is very much Id
evidence this summer. That Is the
sleeveless corsage. These are crea
tions of famous Parisian dressmakers.
A sleeveless summer frock Is dis
tinctly attractive, especially so when
a large, loose collar forms part of the
sartorial echeme as In the Doucet
model. This exquisite dress was made
of foxglove pink linen and the em
broideries were worked In white pearl
The design was extremely simple,
but the outline was supremely elegant,
jjist one of those quiet little dresses
which bear the cachet of a great
The large collar is one of the new
ideas. The corsage Is cut round ami
the collar turns over and falls on the
shoulders. Similar collars on dres
had elaborate sleeves, but this par
ticular model had r.o sleeves at all,
the collar covering part of the upper
Silk-finished linen Is. very fashion
able this summer. It Is produced in
exquisite shades, and the bead em
broidery shown is very popular. Some
times the beads are multicolored,
sometimes all white? or all dark blue
the latter a novelty which pleases
the Parisian taste.
This Is quite a girl's dress, but the
outline is so becoming that It might be
adopted by any woman who had re
tnined a slender figure.
VELVET HATS IN LIMEUGHT
First of the Splendid Rich Fabric Now
Making Its Appearance in
Plain material!) are having a great
vogue and the only dressmaker of any
importance in Paris who dares to use
prints to any extent Is Paul Poiret.
He uses mot extraordinary patterns
in dress silks, the designs seemingly
more suited to a carpet than to a
The first velvet hats are beginning
to make their appearance. Keboux
Is having success with hunter's green
el vet hat trimmed with a natural
coque. all In the burnished green ef
fect. Iteboux hImi Is using a sort of
triple crepe for covering large aiinr
shapes. This crepe Is tluted to cner
the brim and there is only the Mmplesl
of ribbon hand trimming.
Everything to match is an impor
tant note in present Paris fashion.
The crepe de chine dress Is often ac
companied by -a hat trimmed with the
same material. And it is not unusual
to see hat, ciipe and dress all nf the
Crepe kasha Is a novelty in a Ilk
wool crepe, an understudy to canton
crepe, which, with crepe black SHtln U
to hold its place. A French adaptation
is the combination of strictly tailored
cloths with dresier fabrics to ghe
new type of street eo-tume for the fall.
Some usual ones are of rep or poplin
with duvetyn, velinette and emiinine.
The Algerinn wrap of the gayest
striped silks, and dresses of duvetyn
with panels and underskirt embroid
ered In newly discovered Arabian pat
terns are full of the charm of the un
usual, slightly tinged with the bizarre.
A well-combed head of hair nlwqys
lends Itself to a charming coiffure. It
maki.J but little difference whether
one has a natural wnve. n permanent
wave or .traisht lock, if they are well
combed they win be drewd to enhance
the charm of any woman.
HAVE ONE EVER-READY FROCK
Crepe de Chine or Other Silk, Prefer-
ably Dark, Affords Gown When
Needed in Haste.
In your wardrobe for summer there
should always be an attractive frock
of crepe de chine or other silk, prefer
ably of dark coloi' something that you
can be sure of and can fall back on
when the organdies have all become
mussed and lighter clothes have he
come tolled. You always think tiiat it
will be so easy to .press your own
frocks with a little iron. But in your
busy days you do not take time and
you may be caught with nothing to
wear unless you take some substantial,
serviceable frock that looks well any
way. An evening frock of black or brown
lace or net is also a good emergency
addition to your summer wardrobe.
This is not the type of evening frock
you would select for summer evenings,
but it is sure to look presentable and
needs only a little attention to make
It look freslu Often all that It needs
by way of pressing after It has been
in your trunk Is to be hung up In a
closet to let the wrinkles hang out
Care of Hair.
Between the regular shampoos, the
hair should be well sliaken and the
scalp ventilated. In the sunshine if
possible, to invigorate the roots aud
make It more fluffy. Shake it looe
and then wipe down the hair shafts
with a soft clean towel (not one that
has a tendency to shed lint). Then
brush thoroughly, finishing with a
piece of soft velvet or plush.
Ffat Firw 9pnA Darkness.
Drata th ooenrrene of grait ibr
t firw ia Idaho, to Aagast 1810, ttui
soke was carried over the whoia of
the northern United States and Math
era Canada and far OTer the oceans.
It was observed 500 miles from land.
These fires caused "dark days" over a
greater area than In any other case
oa record In this country.
LOW SHOES AGAIN IN FAVOR
Present Indications Point to Strap
Effects for the Coming Fall
Low shoes had such a vogue all last
year that high boots even for the most
severe winter weather had only a mod
erate call. According to present indi
cations the same conditions will bold
good for the coming fall and winter
season. Strap effects will continue to
be In high favor. The fancy foe color
and different leather combinations will
also be a feature of next season's foot
The short vamp shoe will be a lead
er for fall and toes are to be more
rounded than those of the present season.
The simplicity of styles offered for
gowns, suits and other Items of outer
apparel during the past few seasons
has served to emphasize the Impor
tance of smart and novel shoes, bats
and other accessories. By using good
Judgment In selectlngtLe minor Items,
any woman may be well dressed at
comparatively small cost
But be sure the shoes you select are
becoming to yon. One type of shoe
looks well on one pair of feet, but
fall to suit another type.
HOW TO KEEP NAILS NICE
Cuticle Should Be Pushed Back Every
Time When Hands Are Washed
With Warm Water.
The cuticle around the nails must
be clipped at times, but if careful you
need not cut this delicate skin more
than once a fortnight, or een once
a month, as cuticle cut too often tend
to become hard and tough In appear
nnce. The best way to keep the nails nice
looking around the edges Is to have an
orangewood stick handy In the bath
room and to push back the cuticle with
warm water and soap. Even if you
have not time for this and push back
the cuticle only once a day It will be
enough. An astringent cream Is a
good thing to ue because It will keep
the cuticle soft, and at the same time
prevent It from growing fast.
FASHIONS IN BRIEF
Three-piece suits have eclipsed the
two-piece suits for fall.
Small hats of black taffeta are
edged with narrow niching.
Monograms of heads are among the
smartest things shown In the new
The smartest sport skirts are of
white flannel and knitted silk in bright
Soft materials will lead In fall coat
fabrio. Velmirage the name Is self
explanatory will be one of the strong
Very bright colored lightweight ve
lours are used with very good effect
to fashion vests, sometimes entire
sleeves, etc.. In 6erge frocks.
Knitted wool and silk capes are
optj'r country and summer resort
wraps. They are shown In wide va
riety and In many color blendings and
Plain linen or chamhray dresses art
very smartly trimmed with chintz,
belt, collar, cuffs and pockets being of
the figured fabric. These frocks are
of the tailored type, usually designed
for girls of not more than eight years
and almost always accompanied by
Something new and dainty is be
ing offered in the shops in the form
of perfume vials hidden in the heart
of a flower. The perfume In the vial
Is of the odor of the flower.
One of the newest evening wraps Is
fashioned of deep flounces of black
thread lace, over a foundation of hlack
georgette, and the rlpc shoulder lino
defined by rows of kolinsky, of varying
GARMENTS FOR THE KIDDIES
Designers Have Outdone Previous Ef
forts in Providing Winsome Attire
Children's garments are more allur
ing this summer than ever before. De
signers seem to have ontdone all pre
vious efforts along that line. The
shops are tilled with pretty novelties
that may he purchased all ready to
wear, or that serve equally well as
suggestions for the benefit of the
mother who makes her children's
Little kindergarten designs In the
form of small sun-bonneted figures are
appllqued on frocks and uprons to
form pockets. Thee pockets may be
made of the same plaid material used
for cuffs and sash, or match the dress
and embroidery cotton.
There Is a very pronounced fancy
thl ;ii!nn'r fur hats and bonnets to
t'iatii all frocks designed for members
of the younger generation. When the
frock Is of the tailored type, a straw
hat Is often preferred to one made of
fabric hut if the dress Is at all of the
lingerie type, then the preference
seems to be for fabric hats or bon
nets. Lovely organdie hats are often
trimmed with hands or appllqued mo
tifs of checked gingham. -Such a hat
may he worn either with an organdie
or a gingham frock. Many dainty lit
tle hats are made of colored dotted
swlsa, or of colored dotted swlss In
combination with plain color or white.
The short socks carry out the color
scheme of hat and frock. Many moth
ers buy dozens of pairs of the little
short socks, watching every bargain
table that offers such merchandise, so
that every outfit whether green, yel
low, red or other sliade may be com
plete and blend from, head to heels.
Drives Away Ship's Smoke.
Featured by a water spray, apparat
us has been invented in Italy to pre
vent smoke rising from ships' funnels.
Moon Hollow is the name given to
the spot where the boundaries of three
states meet New Tort, Vermont and
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ATTOKXBT AT LAW
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3342 Calumet Ave.
JAMES G. COTTER .
ATTORNEY AT LAW
145 NORTH CLARK STREET
Telephone Central 8354
Assistant Attorney General
State of Illinois
Res. 3646 Grand Bout.
J. GRAY LUCAS
129 E- 31ST STREET
Phone: Douglas 63S1
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Tel: Oakland 1562, 1551, 1550
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fifty-First aad Federal Streets
Asaldcate JAWS Prairie Ave.
Phono Douglas 9133
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COUNSELOR AT LAW
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If a man lias the raw material for
being a blamed fool, lie mtmot blame
the fakir for taking advantage of
It Always Costs Him a Stroke.
Nothing Is more disconcerting to a
n'MdIe-aged golfer than to le aked
by the ynting lady who I, wateh'ug him
riilvc oft whether he intends to enter
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3600 WABASH AVENUE
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Steam heat, electric lights, tile beths, marble entrance
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Statement of Deposits
18, 1912, $836,605.23
17, 1914, $912,005.69
17, 1916, $1,132,750.72
18, 1918, $1,284,034.24
17, 1919, $2,359,636.62
15, 1920, $3,224,633.09
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