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THE BROAD AX. CHICAGO, ILL, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1921.
Sicily Greer Praises
Says her hair toas short,coarse
ana nappy before using this
wonderful hair grower.
I VOLT can have soft, silky hair that can be easily dressed.
JSXELENTO nas made nappy thousands or women wno naa
doarsel nappy hair. It 'will do the same for you. If your
hair is brittle and lifeless or if you have dandruff and itching
scalp, try a box of EXELENTO QUININE POMADE.
Fc ecle at til dm; stores. Price by mall 25c on receipt of stamps or coin.
AGENTS WANTED-Write for Particulars.
EXELENTO MEDICINE COMPANY, Atlanta, Georgia
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seed in treatment cf Un troubles.
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Lincoln State Bank of Chicago
3105 South State Street 9 and U East 31st Street
Under State Government Supervision
h Per Cent on Savihc- Resources over $2,800,000.00
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 1
GEORGE F. HARDING, JR.
Up-to-Date or Modern Houses, Apartments
and Stores to Rent
3101 COTTAGE GROVE AVE.
Corner 31st Street, Chicago
Public Opinion Real Ruler.
AH free" governments, whatever
their name, are in reality governments
by public opinion, and It is on the
finality of this opinion that their pros
perlty depends. James Russell LoweH
One Could Do That
"It takes nine tailors to make a
ninn." -To make him what a pauper!
The Harder the Fresher.
Girls, beware of the hard-boiled ess.
He will get fresh. Minnesota Stan
Indian Cotton Cloth.
Indian cotton cloth is mentioned by
Herodotus, and was known In Arabia
in the Seventh century. In Spain cot
ton was quite extensively-grown and
manufactured in tfife Tenth century,
but its manufacture was not Intro
duced into other countries until some
Actions speak louder than words;
therefore trltidze by creating new
standards, not by finding fault with
rBOM ON AND AFTES IH BA2B
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FOTJ2SD OH" SALE A2'TK5 FOZr
LOWING NEWS STAKES:
St. J. a-Dorsey's Drug Store, 431 E.
Jlst Street, corner Vernon Avtmas.
Ifcs Porter-White Drug Co. Htcre,'
mthwest corner 4700 8. Stabt tifc -
Tsxaer Williams ' barber shop sad
Isxadxy ofiee, S03 S. State St
Edward Felix, -notions, cigaju bd
sews stands, 3002 S. Dearborn tit.
SeargeW. Boyd, news staad aaa hoc
ikiai parlor, 3620 8. State kit.
Thesus Bell, news, stand, lee. r
. parler sad laundry office, 17 W.ftod
St itetr Bt&ts.
T. Siaaop, cigars, tobacco: zzZ aawa
stud, 8 W. 27ih Bt,-aar BtxK.
A. D. Hayaa, cigars, tobacco, sto-
aesesy $& mawsetaad, SWfl S. '
Dodson's shoe shining pirlor and i
stand, southwest consr S5ta
Ks. Hoses Ttatcllff, presdeat of tba
WHHng Workers' Olab of St. ta
erine A. 1L E. Zion Church. 3T1S
Douglas 6302 and Douglas 653
KIghts call Douglas 7078
J. S. D0RSEY
FIB list of 7rsk Dress tad Taflst
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WOOLEN BRAID USED AS TRIM
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CREPE AND VELVET
Favorite Fabrirs Beautified by
the Use of Lace.
Black and white braid is effectively
used to trim this otherwise severely
PROPER CARE FOR YOUR HATS
Velvet Headgear Needs Especial At
tentionEach Hat Should Have '
Box of Its Own.
It is not only the wear that a hat
receives thnt makes it lose Its fresh
ness and shape. It is the way the hat
Is treated when it is not in use that
has a good deal to do with this.
Velvet hats are so much in evidence
this season that the chances are you
have one or will have before many
weeks. These need particular care,
and will repay you the care you give
them. The old-fashioned way was to
have a piece of heavy black mourn
ing crepe with which to rub off the
dust from velvet, but a velvet brush
Is easier to handle. A heavy, coarse
brush should never be used on velvet.
The best time to brush dust from
velvet is after you have worn the hat,
unless It Is damp or spotted with rain.
Then you should not use a hnish until
It has been thoroughly dried.
It Is hard In limited quarters to give
your hats the richt place to repose
when not in use, unless you are content
to get along with but one or two
hats a season. Ideally, each hat should
have a box of its own, and even your
ordinary bats should be boxed when
not in use. Hats that have trimming
of the down-drooping variety should
not be laid flat In a box but should
rest on a llttlo hnt block anything.
In fact, that will raise the brim some
what from the bottom of the box.
A ploce of china silk an old silk
handkerchief Is good Is useful in
caring for your hats. Quills should
be carefully wiped off with It and
ostrich feathers may be dusted gently.
Any trimming with clre finish or Jet
ornaments may he carefully dusked
with tlxls silk.
Afternoon Frocks Are Shown Plain
and Sometimes With Beads
Side Drapes Used.
Crepe, velvets and brocades are spe
cialties of one manufacturer.- Several
of their black evening gowns are made
up with lace, while afternoon frocks
are .shown plain and sometimes with
Side drapes of lace, which extend
from the shoulder to the hem and
form tiny sleeves, characterize a black
costume of canton crepe which has
Inserts of the same lace In straight
lines down the front. A navy canton
crepe has side drapes formed of
squares of double crepe heavily bend
ed In red. Lines of the same beads
outline the collar, cuffs and shoulders.
Three tiers of white crystal beads
in long loops cover the entire skirt
of a canton crepe gown built on
straight lines. One tier of loops cov
ers the waists, supplemented with
bands of designs In the bends. A
black chiffon velvet with long bodice
straight In front and gathered at the
sides, features a curved hem, longer
at the sides than in the back and
In brocaded chiffon, two deep tur
quoise frocks are shown, one with a
scalloped tunic over nn underskirt of
the same color In chnrrceuse, and the
other with the flower design of the
brocade on the lower part of the skirt
emphasized by blue beads.
A dress with a separate cape Is
shown In brown canton crepe. The
bodice Is long walsted and plain with
a corded belt and long side panels.
The cape Is of the same color and also
plain, except for the corded border of
the wide collar and the bottom.
i'HONB MAIN 314
A. D GASH
ATTORNEY AT LAW
118 N. La Salle Street
3342 Calumet Ave.
JAMES G. COTTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
145 NORTH CLARK STREET
Telephone Central 8354
Attlctant Attorney General
State of Illinois
COLLAR AND POCKETS OF FUR
Res. 3644 Grand Boul.
J. GRAY LUCAS
129 E- 31ST STREET
Phone: Douglas C3S1
MANY SLEEVES TO ONE FROCK
Generous Supply of Armcoverings
Will Permit of Change to Suit
Almost Any Occasion.
Imagine traveling about with six
pairs of sleeves to one frock. Im
agine wearing your sleeve as a shoul
der piece for warmth and protection
and dropping it in the restaurant of
at the card table, leaving the arms
exposed as they have been for a year.
Imagine appearing in an evening gown
of capudne brocade one night with a
Greek bodice clasped on the shoulders
with Ivy leaves done In brilliants, and
appearing the next night in the same
frock with Doge's sleeves built of
metal net and embroidery, banded
with fur and touching the floor.
One need not tax the imagination
too much. These things are done. One
has a box of sleeres or a tiny trunk
of them as one has a hat or a shoe
trunk. You may travel with two
frocks and a full equipment of
sleeves, borrowed from the ages and
reeking with history.
It may come about If the fashion
lasts long enough, that women will
boast of finding a pair of Fourteenth
century sleeves in Florence that once
belonged to a personage, and another
priceless pair which were worn by
Catherine of Bussia. These will be
added to the collection as one now
adds pictures and shoe buckles and
0!i Thwttsrs In London.
London still contains two buildings
that witnessed the performance -of
Shakespeare's plays during Shake
speare's life the Middle Temple hall
and the hall of Gray's Inn.
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Ashland State Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300,000.00
1610 West 63rd Street Chicago
Comparative Statement of Deposits
November 18, 1912, 5836,605.23
November 17, 1914, $912,005.69
November 17, 1916, $1,132,750.72
November 18, 1918, $1,284,084.24
November 17, 1919, $2,359,636.62
November 15, 1920, $3,224,633.09
JOHN BAIN. President
MICHAEL, MAlaEl-, Vice President
EDW. C BARRY, Cashier
W. MERLE FISHER, Assistant Cashier
ARTHUR C. UTESCH, Asst. Cashier
Something in This.
If a man has the raw material for
being n blamed fool, he c-nnnot blame
the fakir for taking advantage of
It Always Costs Him a Stroke.
Nothing Is more disconcerting to a
middle-aged golfer than to be asked
by the young lady who is watching him
drive off whether he intends to enter
the grandfat'"" " tournament
In rooms where the floor Is not ee
red with a soft carpet the moving of
chairs Is often the cause of a good deal
of noise. The trouhle may be rem
died In this x.ay: From thick felt cot
small rountN to glue on to the feet of
the chairs. Tin-., ran i,e secured fraa
an old hat or cu? fr.i an odd piece
Boor covering. The rlmlrs ran dm
be moved about quietly even on On
F. Dbu, J. B. HcCaltey,
Tel: Oakland 1552, 155L 1550
JOHN J. DUNN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fifty-First asd Federal Streets
iimHcmn S8U Pratrte At.
Phess Dogfes 81S2
Phones: Mala 1T Ata 32-9H
A. L WILLIAMS
A TTORNX Y 1KB
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Suite 70S Finneaica BalUHsg
84 W. Washlartoa Street
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The Cranf ord Apartment Bldg,
3600 WABASH AVENUE
The finest buildin $ ever opined to Colored tenants in Chicago.
Steam-heat, electric lights, tile behs, marble entrance
Phone Main 263 J. W. Casey, Agt 133 W. Washington St
PHONE KENWOOD 455
OUR NEW HOME
Civet cat collar and two big pockets
of the same fur, give a unique touch to
this winsome street suit
Bob and I were out sailing when the
boat was capsized by a sudden shift
Ing breeze, writes a correspondent ol
the Chlcngo Journal. While we wen
in the water, clinging to the boat Bot
proposed. I remember I said "yes
for fear he would let me drown II
I refused. As soon as he had his an
swer he said "The water is shallow
here, so let's not bother righting tb(
boat We can just walk to sliore.M
fBaliero yourself happy and yon
sre happy," says a writer. Unfortun
ately this rule doesn't work when a
man thinks he Is wise, for thee ha
Is otherwise. Boston Transcript
Feaadcd br GENERAL a 0. HOWARD
J. STANLEY DURKEE. A.5L, Ph. D-D.D.. President
EMMETT J. SCOTT. A. 5L, LL. D Secretary-Treasurer
COLLEGIATE AND PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS
Junior College, covering the Fnshmsn end Sophoaor yeus kA leeding to
tne ocnior ouuois.
Senior School, consstingof theSAool cfL&tnl Arts, Equation, JoumJ
um. end Commerce tnd France, gnmtmg- respectively the degrees,
AB.orB.S, A.B. or B. S. in Education: B. S. in Joumtfcsra;
B. S. in Commerce and Finance.
School Of Applied Science, four -year course, fimntin tKe degree, B. S.
hi Gvil Enfisieerina, B. S. in Electrical Engineering, B. S. in
Mechanical Engineering. B. S. in Architecture, B. S. in Agriculture.
and B. S. in Household Fiwrnitr.
Evening Classes. The -aork of the Junior College end the Senior Schools
may be talen in evening classes with full credit.
School Of Music, four year course, grantinghe degree cf Mm. B.
School Of Religion, three year course, granting the degrees cfB.D. end
TH.B. Courses sre offered also by correspondence.
School Of Law, threeyear course, granting the degree of LL B.
School Of Medicine, including Medical Dental, PherrMttutieal Colleges.
Four year courses for Medical and Dental students; three jeer cocrso
for Pharmar piiriral rtn.j.T 1 '
Following degrees granted: MSB, D.D.SPhar.C ' "
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Day light ChapeVcapaaty 200, Outside Vcntilatiori Organ and Organist Free
' 9m aJnir T0111' Telephone I give service at a seasoriable .priceDistance
fmmateria consult me I save yon wor y, time and money.
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