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THE BROAD AX, CHICAGO, ILL, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 192L
mas or the Holidav Edition of The Broad
Ax Will Appear Saturday, December 17. It Will
Contain Some Highly Interesting Articles by Emi
nent Writers. It Will Also Contain Beautiful Half
Tone Cuts of Some of the Prominent Citizens of
Chicago.. t . : : : : " :"" :
Now Is the Time to Advertise in
It, and to Subscribe for It. ,
It, to Secure Special Write-Ups in
The Avenue Theater
INDIANA AVENUE, NEAR THIRTY-FIRST STREET
Mr. Tom Norman, Manager Phone Douglas 9096
- For the Coming Week
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Evenings
December 14, 15, 16
MADAM LEO OF NEW YORK CITY
Will Conduct a
Fashion Show oivReview
In Connection With
4 OTHER BIG ACTS
At Which Time '
Fifteen Beautiful Live Models
Will Appear in GorgeousjSowns
. fez of Admission the Same as at the Present Time
The Chicago Real Estate Brokers'
Association, of which George W.
Rnllmer is president, held an interj
ctaig meeting Dec 8 in the parlors
oi the Appomattox. Club. Many
Iroters and others interested in real
i state were present and listened to
ipacipal subjects of discussion, such
a "Zoning," by Charles S. Duke;
Stw Real Estate Laws To Be Ef
fective Jan. 1," by M. T." Bailey, pres
ent The Bailey Realty Co.
TO GIVE PARTY
Hannibal Juvenile No. 7, Court of
.Ctlanthe, of which Mrs. S. B. Steele
worthy matron, and Miss Quinn
b worthy secretary, will gfve a
Oaistnias party at Bailey's Hall, 3638
S. State St., Dec 28. A large quan-
of candy, nuts, xto. Is to be dis-
-tribated among 'the children and to
Poor children whose names will be
hashed by members 6i the Juve-nk.
GOES TO DETROIT
Rev. J. W. McDaniel, president and
financial agent of The Enterprise In
stitute, .502-520 Aldine Square, was in
Detroit, Mich., several days during
the past week in interest of the
SPENDS HOLIDAYS SOUTH
Mrs. Blanche Smith, an active
member of the Sisters of Bethany, is.
preparing to spend the holidays with
friends at Louisville and Frankfort,
iCy. Mrs. Smith will also visit Ohio
M. T. Bailey, president of the
Bailey Realty Co., 3638 S. State St,
spent most of the week along the
Northshore looking after real estate
matters for clients in That vicinity sas
well as as adjusting other matters for
clients of the company.
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FORT DEARBORN HOSPITAL
Wm. Prince, Jr., son of Dr. Prince,
was in the hosnital for a few davs
last week with his nurse. Miss M.
Marion Randford of 1349 W. 64th
St, was operated on last Friday.
Master Robert Robinson, 2949
Wcntworth Ave., was rushed to the
Fort Dearborn Hospital for an emer
gency operation. Same is doing
Baby Wanita Stone was operated
on Saturday morning by Drs. if. J.
Brown and Moore.
Mrs. Irene Stone was 'operated on
last Saturday afternoon. Her condi
tion is much improved at this writing.
Mrs. Wilda West, 3402 S. Park,
was brought to the hospital for treat
ment She -was found unconscious on
the street On leaving the hospital
her condition was much improved.
Bill Tate, 4109 Dearborn St, was
brought to the Fort Dearborn Hos
pital Saturday. He was knocked
down by a passing truck. Under
the careful care of Dr. Prince he will
soon be out again.
Mrs. Emma Littlejohn, 3359 Giles
Ave., was operated on by Dr. S. W.
Smith Wednesday morning. Mrs.
Littlejohn is doing nicely. -
Mrs. lola Whitfield, nurse, was op
erated on at the Fort Dearborn Hos
pital by Dr. B. R. Bluitt Wednesday
morning. She is resting fairly welL
We all hope Mrs. Whitfield a speedy
Mr. John WestfifieW, 5119 Wcnt
worth Ave., was-operated on by Dr,
Lewis Xavid McCarter, 2933 S. Park
Ave, was shot at 31st and Indiana
Ave. Tuesday nieht, and was rushed
to the Fort Dearborn Hospital for
aid. He was later discharged, as the
wound was not so severe.
TO VISIT PARENTS
Mrs. F. W. Johnson, 3812 Eden
Ave., is leaving the city the latter
part of the week for a long visit aur
ing the holidays with parents and
other relatives and friends at Nash
ville, Columbus and Mt Pleasan
BROWNS 'SERVE LUNCHEON
Mr. and Mrs. William Brown"
served luncheon Sunday afternoon at
4248 S. Wabash Ave. in honor of
Mrs. Eila Young.
BINGA STATE BANK
' -rt.- u: :.,.. Rank. State street
and 36th place, bas been admitted to
the Chicago Clearing n """"
tion as an affiliated member, pecks
on this bank will be cleared through
the First National Bank of Chicago.
The Binga State Bank continues to
forge rapidly to the front-in the finan
cial world". .. .."
Miss' Nora Comerford, treasurer of
Uc John J. Dunn Co
5100 Federal street, wu..
?. r ?,; nrM'Ic from oan An-
tonio, Tex. where she spent part of
her" annual vacation. She was very
much pleased with ner Piu,t .,
hrough the south.
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: 'J of the Chicago Naikmal Late taswww voww .r
No cart fit the earh szrface Is a-
rf Antarctica and Greenland, where
jJelSSn. that fal b " '
form of snow.
12TH ANNUAL ESSAY CONTEST
Chicago is looking forward with
pleasure to the coming of the great
12th annual essay contest, to be held
Sunday afternoon, December 18, at
2:30 o'clock, in the beautiful audito
rium of Pilgrim Baptist church, 33rd
street and Indiana avenue. Eight of
the leading literary club's of the city
will participate. Subject: "The Darker
Races and the Impending Crisis."
Prizes, two diamond rings, known as
first and second prizes, donated by
the popular jeweler, Dr. Louis Ussel
mann, 3150 S. State street B. W.
Fitts, founder and manager; Frank
W. Henry, Alonzo J. Bowling and
Willis N. Huggins, assistants.
MRS. JONES SOUTH
Mrs. William Jones, wife of Wil
liam Jones, the grocer, 3636 S. State
St, is spending considerable time vis
iting friends at Memphis and Nash
ville, Tenn.; Louisville and Lexing
ton, Ky., and will return in time to
assist in helping to make the children
Ancient Roman "Empire.
The Boman empire during the relci.
f Augustus Is supposed to have con
tained 100.000,000 Inhabitants, half oi
whom were slaves. It Included thi
modem countries of Portugal, Spain.
France, Belgium, western Holland,
Rhenish Prussia, parts of Badeu, Win
temberg and Bavaria, Switzerland,
Italy, the Tyrol, the former Aus
trian empire proper, western Hungary,
Croatia, Slavonia, Turkey In Europe,
Greece, Asia 'Minor, Syria. Palestine,
Egypt, Tripoli, Tunis, Algeria, and
most of Morocco.
IN FALL FASHIONS
Skirts Straight and Nine Inches
From the Floor.
That Sunday School ClassI
Wishing to become acquainted with
the methods of her predecessor, a
young woman who taught a Sunday
school class fof the Hrt time asked
the group of bright-faced six-year-olds
what the lesson had been the previous
Sunday. Silence prevailed for a mo
ment Then a snub-nosed urchin
waved has hand frantically and .when
granted permission to speak answered:
It was about burning the bugs In the
church." Conversation with the former
teacher afterwards revealed that the
lesson had been "Burning IncenM In
Superstition Protects Spider.
There are traditions that hold thi
spider sacred. The French have
motto presaging bad luck for him who
kills a spider Jn the morning; and
the.se are old rhymes and warnings
that tho5e who wish to live and pros
per will snare the life of this anlrn
iris not an' Insect as most of us iiswj
to believe until entomologists In''-inei
us to the contrary.
Nuts In Immense Quantities.
On the north coast of Guatemala
60.000 tons of cobune nuts are said
to be -available for exportation annual
ly, and with an expenditure of $10,000
for highway Improvement this Quan
tity fuild probably be Increased to
10O.U ' tons per annum. On the Pa
cific r south coast the yield of coc
ozo nuts. It Is estimated, could easily
be increased to 300.000 tons per aaj
Bum, There Is a supply of cheap labW
ta thU southern reclon.
-" Tit for Tat .
When Lord Randolph Churchill vla
tted the diamond fields of South Africa
gc l? paid to bare exclaimed' after
looking at some diamonds: "And all
for the. vanity of women." A. lady wne
heard the remark added: "And ta
depravity of men."
Pars Farrto WhL
Tb rarris wheel st Bagdad Is bnt
tf lebg pole attached t a heavy tea
auMsplccr: en the end cf tha p
jcwoodaa chairs" are placed. 1
vij. k. tmr jf exdteatest art
strapped, wane by rasa power ta
-tTOlnUOB IS MOt, " -
a tabloid thrill of the real ,
,-wbeel. ' '
Bulta Dark; Colors for Hate; Waist
line Four Inches Lower Than
If there Is any more delightful diver
sion for A hot summer day than specu
lating on winter styles the feminine
mind has not found It Fortunately
enough, observes a fashion correspond
ent, authentic Information has floated
in from fashion centers to give form
and color to wardrobe planning.
The thermometer never soared so
high that a woman could not be pleas
ant as she pictures herself In a new
fall suit cut on the latest lines. Lines,
you see, for there are three lengths
in new suit coats, the hip length coat
the finger tip length and the very long
coat The lines of the long coats are
as graceful as one could wish, often
deep revera extending almost to the
waistline give a decorative touch to
the new suit Then there is the very
long coat made with a long waistline,
bloused a bit, perhaps, and buttoned
itraight up the chin for the swathed
neck line In suits Is full of promise.
Skirts are ctralght, wide enough
to permit the wearer to walk comfort
ably and nine Inches from the floor
at the present The tailored suit will
hesitate a few months .before It de
cides to give In to the dictum of
longer skirts. Dresses have suc
cumbed, the suit will In time.
As to color the suits are dark blue
or black with an occasional variation
as the fabrics advance from the
various twill cords of autumn Into the
soft pile fabrics of winter
The hat lends the color. Flame
colored felt, or spark, if you like the
new term better, lovely grays and
soft shades of rose that defy a name
are "the firstlings of the season."
"Where Is the waistline In the new
coat dresses? Inquired a shopper. An
swers the buyer authoritatively,
"About four Inches lower than the
normal waistline; there the panels
begin to flutter and fly, 'for the
straight-line dreJias panels galore,
and a panel to fulfill Its mission must
drop below the hem of theskirt," so
the longer skirt was reconciled, for
you can compromise, you know, by a
short skirt and long panels and be
very smartly dressed. The yards and
yards of silk braid on just one of the
new dresses would make a love of
a kite string. ,
here's no half way place in sleeves,
either the frock lias them or It's
sleeveless. The long, flowing sleeve,
which ndds trace to a garment and
charm to nlnp out of every ten arms.
Is with ns, for unusual Is the arm
that is not better looking dad. In some
For., suits, coats and dresses 'the
sleeve' takes varied lines; the kimono
sleeve Is close-fitting at the armhole
and widens from the elbow to the
wrist Tlowlng sleeves are often
cuffed elaborately, which Is a -welcome
diange from the plain tight-fitting
variety. Or a sleeve may be
fashioned after the bishop's sleeve,
gathered Into a snug cuff at the wrist
Oh. yes. the sleeve Is coming In -for
real attention this reason.
St. Swithln Myth Disproved.
A record was kept from 1840 far
twenty years for the purpose of testing
the truth of the "popular belief that If
rain fell on St Swlthln's day It would
rain for forty days after. The result
of this test shows that the greatest
number of rainy days had occurred fas
these two decades In years whea MCy
Swlthln's day was, dry. -
Lines to Be Remembered.
The flowering of dvilizatlon .Is tha
finished man, the man of sense, of
grace, of accomplishment, 'of social
power-Khe gentleman. Ralph Waldo
EvatetlscT af Writing.
Tfce aarHest Giek Inscriptions were
wtiM.i frtsn Tifttt to left Next cars
ftfce method called "boBsthophedon," la
which the written lines ran alternately
fmn left to right, or vice versC Last-;
If, writing rrom ten w ngui otewt
universal. - " . f
29, cash prizes were offered for slogans
Best describing the advantages of
for manufacturing and shop uses. JThe
prize-winners are announced herewith:
lstPrizej$10Q-YoK can do it betterwith Gas
Submitted by C A. PATELLA. 1327 Ehndale Avt, Chicago.
2nd Priie, SQ-Do it better with Gas.
707 Cnad A.. Dtrtoa. O. (Each cattatw awtrdad E0.)
3rd"Priie, '25 No better TOOL than Gas for Fuel,
Sabcuutl br WM. STAHU ZBl N. Kctfar An, Cbicata.
4th Prize, 10 Gas, Industry's most valuable-tooL
SakaMCttd Vr RACINE THOMTSOK. tot PaOoua bdkiaw. Ofcacn.
25 Prizes of $2 Each Awarded to the Following:
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K. - MUtUT.
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These awards have been made after careful
consideration of the many slogans submitted.
The judges who awarded the pfizes were:
Hoa.E4ard ILftsiUj.FormtrCiairmax. U.SS)tiffaix Board
W. Fnak McOart Ciaimex, 4 rftwrtutar Cctmdi, JOtkagi
AaociaOom ef Commaxt
W. H. Crthlf, Fermtr Editor. Cat Rtar
More than 6.000 tlooss were submitted. Natsralrc. it has reotmed o
able time ta weigh erery aloean canfuDy and cbooae the ooe which, frcm
every ttaadpotnt. hare been fouod by the judges to be the best. Tbe piiies
have already been mailed to the winners. A great many aloga&e which are
not-amoox the price wiaaera are itm doernng of hooorable msctioo, asd
we take thai ccrnion to thank every csiitrvint for the fatrrrat ahowa
Vaxwae we express oar appredatioa to the judge for their pert in making
this rmTrrt a complete nrtTi
The Peoples Gas Light & Coke Go.
Industrial Gas Deparbsefit
Bficttgs- Artsat Ukdtam Street
gisTTafs-ea, 1IU Mxaalkto Fke 'I
d !. awk till
MILES J.DEVINf ;
ATTaMDiST AT LAW
surnc ait-sat uapxz blk.
dark aai WaaUtm frtte
BINGA STATE ;
Under State Supervision ' -
Capital .: $100,000.00
Offers Equal Service to All.
3 INTEREST ON SAVINGS
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
Stole .Street and 36th Race
How to Have More
Mosey Next Christmas
i The easy tray is through oar
Christmas Thrift CUb. Come
m today yoar first deposit
rntVm tbw a member. Weekly
deposits of 50c, $1.00, $2.00,
$5.00 asd S40JX), with tie m
lerest &ey eais, tril Make
yomt ChriarmM ikoppmg easy
ILLINOIS TTIUJST t SAVINGS BANK
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