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CHICAGO, ILL, SATURDAY APRIL 22, 1921
May GMrt Praises
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feair is brittle and lifeless or if yon hae dandruff nd litch
iag scalp, try a box of EXELENTO QUININE POMADE.
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EXELENTO MEDICINE COMPANY, Atlanta, Georgia
W aaia Exxtxxro 8sxj Bnunnra. an ointment for dark, salfaw sHna,
used iatxettxaeat of sUa troubles.
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 1
GEORGE F. HARDING, JR.
. Up-tc-Date or Modern Houcet, Apartments
and Stores to Rent
3101 COTTAGE GROVE AVE.
Corner 31et Street, Chicago
Some Spend All They
that's nothing short of slavery.
If you'll save you'll have.
Start a savings account in this
bank today and add to it each
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ILLINOIS TRUST & SAVINGS BANK
La Salle mm JacHaon Streets Chicago
PEONS MAIN 2314
A. D. GASH
ATTORNEY AT LAW
118 N. La Salle Street
Phone Yards 27
Brass and Wood Beds, Electric Washers,
Refrigerators, Stoves, Paint, Oil,
2515-19 ARCHER AVE.
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JAS. B. McCAHEY, President PHILIP J. DUNN. Secretary i
FRANK J. DUNN.iViea-President H. X. COMERFORD, Treasurer
JOHN J. DUNN
Telephone Oakland 1550
51OT Federal Street
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Phone H&in 2017
A. L. WILLIAMS
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Soke 706 Firmauch Ba3di&g
184 W. Wasaingtaa St
Residence 3655 Prairie Are.
Phone Desxbu 9133
Resideace, 1262 Macalister Place
Telepttoao Mosroe 2714
MILES J. DEVINE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Suite 318-320 Reaper Block
Clark and Washiagtan St.
Telephone Central 1239
Who Is This?
Phones: Office Main 4153; Resideace,
4751 Champlain Avenue
Phone Kenwood 5611
Walter M. Farmer
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Suite 708184 W. Washington St.
Office Phones: Main 1612. 1854
. G. Anderson
184 W. Washington St Cor. Wells
Suite 603. Flrraenlch Bids.
Residence: 3354 Yemen Arcane
Phone Dangles 6145
NEW YORK HINT OF VENICE
BILL is a good substantial citizen
who, like many of us, had, '
. up to a short time ago, never saved
his money systematically.
He never really thought seriously
of investing in bonds until he was
married a few years ago. Being: in
experienced in financial matters, he
wrote several letters to Ralph, an
attorney friend of his, who an
swered all his questions in a very
simple and clear manner.
We have just published a booklet
cafled "An Investor's Letters"
which contains all of Ralph's and
Bill's correspondence. You will
find it very interesting and it may
clear up some of the questions you
have in your own mind about in
fTe shall Be glad t tend "J Investor
Letters" free ef charge er$tljgaea
to anyone wkt requests it.
IMC0LN STME BANK
31St w& South State Streets
telephone victory 45o
Reservoir It Beautiful Spot, With
Stately Homes That Seem to
Arise From the Water.
What the Brooklyn bridge is to the
resident of Brooklyn the reservoir Is
to the middle uptown New Yorker" a
refreshing and beautiful place for a
brisk walk, says the New York Sun.
The reservoir, particularly the up
per one, with a path on the brink, Is a
place of romance. Across the water
rise stately houses; they seem almost
on the edge of the water, like the
houses of Venice. Sometimes tbe
water is a sheet of Ice. One day It
seemed like a stretch of gray taffeta,
with Inserts of blue crepe where the
wind rippled the patches of water that
remained. Close to the shore broken
bits of Ice tinkled continually against
a stretch of solid Ice, with the sound
of sleigh bells.
But in summer there Is another
aspect to the reservoir. Horseback
riders gallop around In fetching cos
tumes, while the water sparkles in tho
Bat there is one point at a certain
hour that lifts you out of New York,
out of America, out of the world. The
point Is the western stretch of the
southern side. The hour is sunset The
magic is produced by the fountain, a
thin, high sweep of spray painted
with rainbow shades by the setting
sun. Up goes the stream, swirling Into
a gigantic feather in the gentle hands
of the breeze. Suddenly the rainbow
appears, to vanish as the wind swings
the spray in another direction, to re
appear again for a few breath-catching
seconds. The spray sweeps here
and there, covering you for an instant.
The son leaves it for a. moment and
the fountain becomes & bridal velL
Out comes the sun and the fountain
flashes into glory.
Few Indu.Mr.es hae :liuu more
development within u century than
that of uiuklng li reworks. The fire
works makers huve not only made Im
portant contributions to the art them
selves, but have tuken advantage of
many discoveries and refinements
niude by others In chemistry and me
chanics. The colors given to fireworks are
produced by mineral salts, copper be
ing made to produce green and blue;
barium, green; bodluin, yellow; cal
cium, red, and strontium, crimson.
These salts ore arranged in combina
tion with meal gunpowder and the
recipes for star compositions, rockets,
squibs, roman candles and the like
are almost without number. Among
tbe "set pieces" are portraits, lettered
designs, "fixed suns," fountains, palm
tree?, mosaic work and ships. s
Timepieces Royal Hobby.
Louis XVI had u pulsion for time
pieces, am it is said that ie had so
difficult a time in adjusting his clocks
and watches that he reflected on the
"absurdity of his having attempted to
bring men to anything like uniformity
of belief in matters of faith when
he could sot make any two of his
timepieces agree with each other." On
one occasion his royal chef at his wit's
end for variety in his dishes said: "I
really do not know what to do, unless
It be to serve up your majesty a
fricassee of watches."
First Method of Advertising.
In Old Testament times, when the
countries bordering on the Nile, the
Euphrates and "Tigris rivers were the
center of trade, the Carthaginians
used to sail along the Mediterranean
with a boatload of their manufactures
which they would unload on the coast
of Lybia, and having lighted a bonfire
near the goods, returned to their ships.
The Inhabitants, knowing by the bon
fire that the Carthaginians had some
thing to sell, would come out of their
city to Inspect it. Then they would
pile up gold near the merchandise and
retire Into the city. The Carthagi
nians would land again, examine the
gold, and If In their Judgment It was
equal in value to the goods they left,
they would take It nnd sail away.
This bonfire custom Is the first
method of advertising of which his
A Dog's Devotion.
Lovers of dogs will be Interested In
the story tola at an Inquest at the
London hospital on the body of a man
who committed suicide by throwing
himself out of a window. In a letter
written Just before his death he
wrote: "My dog Teddy follows me
about. He knotr things are very bad
with me. I do Lope he will be taken
care of. As I pace up and down my
room he walks with me." A witness
said that the dog was very fond of
his master and always seemed to un
derstand whto be was worried and In
Hint to Precautious.
Take a piece of heavy copper wire
11 inches long and bend It in tbe
shape of a hairpin. Lock the door,
leaving the key in the lock, then place
the curved anzie of the wire over the
shank or spindle back of the knob
and put tbe two ends of tne wire
through the head of the key. The key
cannot be pushed out nor turned.
This Is a light device which one can
carry in a handbag If so desired and
sse In hotel rooms when traveling.
Motasces on the Water.
During a hurricane in the West la
dles tne tank steamship Philip Pub
llcker, carrying molasses In bulk,
pumped overboard 280,000 gallons at
the liquid to smooth off the seas and
break their force. The action of tin
molasses on the water eemed to hava
tee same effect as oil. Ship News.
How Arkena City Got Name,
Phoenix, Ariz, was built near the
well-defined ruins of an nrtAnj
pueblo. Darell Duppa, a scholar who
was with the men who chose the "spot,
said: 'Let us call It Phoenix for
here, upon the old, a new city ahalfl
tise," and told them of the bird ia
mythology called phoeaix wWch arost
from its own ashes.
3342 Calumet Ave.
JAMES G. COTTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
145 NORTH CLARK STREET
Telephone Central S3S4
Assistant Attorney General
State of Illinois
Trust & Savings
Res. 3S4S a rand Bout.
J. GRAY LUCAS
129 E- 31ST STREET
Phone: Douglas S3ti
Under State Supervision
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
John Bain, President
Michael Maisel, Vice-Pres.
Edw. C. Barry, Cashier
Arthur C. Utesch. Asst. Cashier
W. Merle Fisher, Asst Cashier
and Trust Officer
Offers Equal Service ta Al
3 INTEREST ON SAVINGS
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
State Street and 36th Place
A live or wide awake newspaper
man or solicitor can earn some easy
money by calling on or addressing
Julius F. Taylor, 6206 S. Elizabeth
street. Phone Wentworth 2597.
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The Cranf ord Apartment Bldg,
3600 WABASH AVENUE
The finest bnildia z ever opened to Colored tenants in Chicago.
Steam heat, electric lights, tile beths, marble entrance
Phone Main 263 J. W. Casey, Agt 133 W. Waihingtoa Si.
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Daylight Chapel, capacity 200, Outside Ventilation Organ and Organist Free
I am as near as your Telephone-r-I give service at a reasonable price Distance
immaterial, consult me I save you wor y, time and money.
5121 & 5123 SOUTH STATE STREET
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