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THE BROAD AX, CHICAGO, ILI. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1921
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May Glfoerl Praises
Says her heat has grown.
28 inches long by using
this toonderfal hah grower
"yOU can have soft, silky hair that can be easily dressed.
Exelento has made happy thousands of women who had
coarse, nappy hair. It will do the same for yon. If your
hair is brittle and lifeless or if yon have dandruff and itch
mg scalp, try a box of EXELENTO QUININE POMADE.
For sic st aOdrcs More. Price by naflSe on receipt of stamps or coto.
- AGENTS VT ANTED-Write tot Particulars
BXBLENTO MEDICINE COMPANY, Atlanta, Georgia
We sudca Exelero Sew BiAunroa. en olntmea t for dark, sallow skins.
need in Ucauueutof ridn troubles.
HANDBAGS MUST BE USEFUL
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I Lincoln State Bank of Chicago 1
I 3105 South State Street 9 and 11 East -31st Street I
Under State Government Supervision
I 3 Per Cent on Savinr- Resources over $2,80O.OO0'.OO 1
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Compartmenta as Important as Style
Duvetyn Faille, Silk and Can
ton Crepe, Materials.
Smart compact bass are the key
note of the novelties featured this
season. Paris has set the pace for
bulkless appearing handbags, and
American manufacturers, have adopt
ed .this Idea with variations to suit
the needs of American women.
Bags are carried more for utility
than for decoration by American
women, It was pointed out, and there
fore compartments are as Important
an element as the style. To give the
flat effect and at the same time make
It roomy has taxed the Ingenuity of
manufacturers, but they have suc
ceeded admirably In combining the
two. Bags are being made so small
and at the same time spacious enough
for toilet articles, that the term "van
ity" Is liberally applied.
The envelope bag, square and ob
long shape. Is the most stressed style,
but bags on frames and draw strings
developed In new materials are also
Duvetyn faille, silk and canton
crepe are three of the most popular
materials used this season and are
combined In many cases with steel
beads. There Is a strong tendency
toward fur bags. Some manufactur
ers are bringing them out In American
brgadtall and the cheaper makers are
approximating this by using fur fab
rics or Imitations.
The Last Piece of Cake.
It Is considered bad lock to take
the last p!ece of cake or other food
on the platR This superstition may
be traced as far back as the plple,
where the Injunction to "leave some
for manners" Is found in Eccleslastt
cos 31:17. - . .
Olive Oil In Babies' Diet.
Dr. E. E. Graham of Philadelphia
recommends the addition of olive oil
to the diet of babies In their first two
years. It hTdigested well by most In
fants and supplies them with addi
ArrowDeadly as Bullet.
A mounted Indian or white man
with bow and arrows sometimes could
kill more buffaloes than a nian 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
rapidly as bullets from muzzle-loading
PHONE MAM MU
A. D. GASH
ATTOSHZT AT LAW
1J8 N. La,Salle Street
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 1
GEORGE F. HARDING, JR.
' REAL ESTATE
'Up-to'-Date or Modem Houses, Apartment
and Stores to Rent
3101 COTTAGE GROVE ,AVE.
Corner 31st Street, Chicago
f Public Opinion Real ft.ller.
All free governments, whatever
elr name, are in reality governments
-y public opinion, and it is on the
quality of this opinion that their pros
perity depends. James Rusell LowelL
One Could Do That
fit takes nine tailors to make a
an." To make him whata pauperl
The Harder the Fresher.
Ttfhis, beware of the hard-boned egg.
&& will get fresh. Mlnneeotn Star.
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 the Tenth century,
but Its manufacture was not Intro
duced into other countries until some
Actions speak louder than words;
therefore criticize by creating new
standards, -not by finding fault with
(OM OK AND ATTEB SxXJS SASEX Uodson.'s shoe shining pixlor and aswi
stand, southwest eon or 35th ad
BBOAD AX OAK ALWAYS BB
FOUND ON SALE AS IF'J.TOL
LOWING- NEWS STANDS:
DrJ. a Dorsey'a Drug 8twe, 43i E.
31st Street, corner Yernon Avsowe.
Dros tA. tore,
4700 S. BtKtfl rSt
Williams' barber vhop
ksndry office, 4803 8. State St
'Edward Pelix, actions, elgws esd
news stands, -3002 S. Dearborn1 tit.
George W. Boyd, news stand sao. Am
skiniiglparlor, 3620 S. Stato tit.'
Thomas Bell, news stand, ice mta
parlor and laundry: office, 17 W, Qrd
8tj -near State.
, P. Bishop,- eigarv tobacco u saws
staaa,8vW. 27th fiC near Bta- '
A. ' D. Bjiyes, cigars,- tobaeeo, iter
tieaery aad saws stand, 3M0S. JMtett
Airs. 11 osca -Raieliff, pretadest o tbs
WilUng Workers' Club of St Cath
erine Ai M. E. Zion Games. 37S9
Elm wood Ave. '
t'uones Douglas 6332 and Douglas 653
Nights call Douglas 7078
X S. D0RSEY
I'ttH Use of Fresh Drugs aad Toilet
Articles Prescriptioas KBed
,' WHh Accuracy.
4JEast Slat Srtet
TVlffphwie Oaklaad lit
15. Ki CALDWELL,
C. E, EREYSSLER
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FABRIC GLOVE IS APPROVED
Even Those Accustomed to Vear Kid
Have Declared Preference for
The fabric glove has found favor
with the most fastidious; even those
accustomed to wear the kid glove ex
clusively have declared preference for
the fabric glove for general wear.
Led by the fancy kid glove, which
has had Its quota of success, the fabric
glove has begun to be decorated In
various ways. One of the weaves find
ing favor comes from France, and,
strange to say. It has been developed
with all thought for an American cli
entele. It Is an armure of fine cotton
which has been passed through an em
ery process, leaving It with a velvety
finish like a dull suede. It is said to
be lighter In quality than the chamois,
which is the one liked best in the heav
Among the shades preferred, gray
and helze are now in the first rank
with such differences In tones as
shades In each color with white and
black and, not Infrequently, combina
tions of the two.
Indian Name of Quaint Ola" City.
XThe Indians' called a strait "Rebec."
and the name was given to the site
of the present city of Quebec from
the peculiar configuration of the St
Lawrence river at that point for the
river there grows narrow and from
Itt deep waters rises the bold height
on which the ancient dry stands. The
French-Canadian still pronounces the
3342 Calumet Ave.
JAMES G. COTTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
145 NORTH CLARK STREET
SUITE 407 ,
Telephone Central 8354
Assistant Attorney General
State of Illinois
Ashland State Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300,000.00
1610 West 63rd Street Chicaso
Old Buoay HI Court
A Judge of Livingston, N. J, Is on
record as holding court from the seat
of an Md buggy. The case was that
f a tenbKt who had disregarded notice
to vacate property, so the buggy was
drawn up within a abort distance ofJ
the bouse In question and the trial proceeded.
English Poetry and Prose.
If there Is anything In literature as
wonderful as English poetry It la Eng
lish prose. Like the twin pillars of a
mighty temple stand those two great
books, the Bible of 1011, the Shake
speare of 1628, and.no other country
can show their eflual George Sampson.
Re. 3948 Grand Beul.
J. GRAY LUCAS
129 E- 31ST STREET
Phone: Douglas 3S1
Comparative Statement of Deposits
November 18, 1912, $836,605.23
November 17, 1914, S912.005.69
November 17, 1916. 81,132.750.72
November 18, 1918. $1,284,084.24
November 17, 1919, $2,359,636.62
November 15. 1920, $3,224,633:09
IOHN BAIN, President
MICHAEL AlAlaEL, Vice frestdent
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 a blamed fool, he cannot blame
the fakir for taking advantage of
INDIAN DESIGNS ARE LATEST
Indications Are That Sport Clothes
Will Copy Navajo Tribe and
If the sweaters which have been
seen are an Indication of what the
coming season fashions are to be, the
feminine world of sport clothes lov
ers will resemble the Navajo tribe and
Light backgrounds with Norwegian
and Swedish designs In all the pri
mary colors and darker backgrounds
with Navajo patterns are the latest
things In sweaters. As to colors, the
fuchsia shades are In the lead, but
every color the rainbow has' ever dis
played or suggested vies In popularity.
Mending the Blouse.
Sometimes, when a favorite cult
blouse goes to pieces under the arms,
a new piece of material may be hem
stitched to the worn place most sat
Regiment Proud of Long Service.
The Third infantry, the oldest regi
ment of our array, which dates from
J 1784, has developed Its arms to show
its early service In Mexico, une in
teresting device used by this regiment
Is a baton crossed with arf oldtime
bayonet back of the shield. The ba
ton which figures prominently In the
regiment's history was mue from the
'flagstaff of the capitol of the City of
Mexico and was taken when the city
was captured. It Is still one of the
most highly prized possessions of the
Spread of Bathing In Europe.
Bathing came to Europe as one of
the good results of the Crusades. The
Knights of the Cross found baths In
general use among the Saracens, and
seeing what good things they were,
on returning from those wars took the
ln'tlatlve for their Introduction. In
this they were highly successful first
In England and from that to other
countries. So popular did the bath be
come' that It became customary to have
one before ceremonies such as mar
riage or knighthood, and the people
tave been ever since, learning the vsloa
at keeping their skins clean.
Longest Shakespeare Play.
"Hamlet" Is the longest of Shake
speare's plays, with' 3,930 lines, and
the "Comedy of Errors" the shortest
with 1.777 lines.
Electricity and Chinese Demons.
Word has come 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
of the operator's fingers. After the
ceremony the workmen returned to
their tasks contentedly. The manager
of the plant felt that, despite the su
perstition displayed, these Chinese
workmen were accepting electricity In
ihelr own way. North American".
THE NEWEST NOTES IN HATS
Lace Still Much Used and Sometimes
Seen in Streamers That Hang
to the Waistline..
Lace, Is a becoming and decorative
note which Is still much used. .It Is
sometimes seen In long streamers that
fall from the brim across the back and
hang to the waistline, or, again. It Is
draped at one side. There are some
shadow designs, but the Spanish laces
are particularly. Interesting and quite
different from anything used during
the summer, because of their definite
ly heavy pattern and silky weave Me
tallic laces In gold and silver are deco
rative for evening hats. .
Soft willow ostrich with long flues,
natural or glycerinlzed ostrich feath
ers, lacquered quills, and narrow rib
bons are used fors trimming. Tery
often, black feathers are tipped with
Clean Velours Hat
If the velours hat Is shabby, put
some finely powdered salt In the ovehTl
When it la quite hot, rub It Into the
hat with soft' paper. Discard the soiled
paper for new occasionally,
with a stiff brush.
F. Dsaa, J. B. MeCakey.
Tel: Oaklaad 1552, 1551. 1550
JOHN J. DUNN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fifty-First aad Federal Streets
Asssdcaee 3855 Prairie Ave.
Phoaa Dovgias 9188
Phonea: Haia 2017 Asto S2-S9S
A. L WILLIAMS
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Suite T06 Firaeaka BalSdfog
84 W. Washiagtoa Street
It Always Costs Him a 8troke.
Nothing- is more disconcerting to a
middle-aged golfer than to be asked
hythe young lady who Is watching him
drive off whether he intends to enter
the grandfat1"' tournament.
In rooms where the floor is set
Cred with a soft carpet the movtag of
chairs la often the cause of a good deii
of noise. The trouble may b ren
died In this way: From thick felt ea
small rounds to glue on to the feet of
the chairs. These can be secured nca
an old hat or cut from nn odd piece tf
floor covering. The chairs can fea
be moved about quietly even on &
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