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CHICAGO, ILL, SATURDAY APRIL 29, 1922.
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Why Save for a "Rainy
There'll be no rainy day,
only sunshine and smiles, for
those who have acquired the
habit of saving and laid by a
sufficient turn to tide over the
adversity that some poor folk
term "rainy days." Open a
savings account in this strong
ILLINOIS TRUST fir SAVINGS BANK
La. 611 mm JecHsoa Streets Chicago
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A. D. GASH
ATTORNEY AT LAW
118 N. La Salle Street
3342 Calumet Ave.
Phone Yards 27
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JAMES G. COTTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
145 NORTH CLARK STREET
Telephone Central 8384
Assistant Attomsy Qsnsral
State of Illinois
Who Is This?
JAS. B. McCAHEY, President PHILIP J. DUNN, Secretary
FRANK J. DUNN, Vice-President H. X. COMERFORD, Treasurer
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JOHN J. DUNN
Telephone Oakland 1550
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Phone Main 2017
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Suite 706 Firmeauch Bnildins;
184 W. Washington St.
Residence 3655 Prairie Are.
Phone Douglas 9133
Residence, 1262 Maxalister Piece
Telephone Monroe -2714
MILES J. DEVINE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Suite 318-320 Reaper Block
Cleric and Washington St.
Telephone Central 1239
Phones: Office Main 4153; Residence,
4751 Champlain Avenue
Phone Kenwood 5611
Walter M. Farmer
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Suite 708184 W. Washington St.
Office Phonti: Main 1612, 1854
W. G. Anderson
184 W. Washington St, Cor. Wells
Suite 603. Finnenich Bids.
Residence: 3354 Vernon Avenue
Phone Douglas 6045
Res. 3641 a rand Boul.
J. GRAY LUCAS
129 E. 31ST STREET
Phone: Douglas 6351
Under State Supervision
BILL is a good substantial citizen
who, like many of us, had,
up to a shore 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
called "An Investor's Letters'
which contains all of Ralph's and
Bill's correspondence. You will
find h very interesting and h may
clear up some of the questions you
have in your own mind about in
Wtihallbt gladj tend "Jx Je-swftrV
letters" free tf charge trebEgctB.
it tazjtneveht rtfuettt U.
JJlSt & South State Streets
laephone Victory 45oo
ALMOST WORSHIP THE MANGO !
Natives of India Have Good Reason
to Think Hiohly of That Really
Hango trees line the roads on the
Bot Indian plains which stretch out
level "like the palm of a hand," as
far as the eye can see. These trees,
about 40 feet In helrhL clotherl In
thick, heavy foliage, not only afford
a welcome cool shade in the hottest
day, but a variety of fruit which Is
said to have no rival In sweetness,
flavor, dellclousness and food value.
Under these trees the village school
Is kept In the forenoon, and the vil
lage children learn to love them from
Nature Is very prolific In the tropics,
for one mango tree may yield almost
half a ton of fruit In one season. The
mango is a fruit varying In sire from
a small pear to a large coconut. The
thick skin protects the flavor, and ex
cept for the stone, the. entire fruit Is
used in many ways. It Is eaten raw.
or rather sucked, cut In slices, made In
to Jam, pickles and mango cakes, and
Is used as a flavor for both sour aricl
Mango Ice cream Is a very delicious
food, but perhaps, of all the tree's
products, mango chutney is the most
famous. Mango Is also used as a medi
cine, and Is a specific for sunstroke,
which It cures almost Instantly. The
poor Indian peasant loves this tree to
almost adoration because of Its iron
There Was a Reason.
Jimmy was visiting his aunt, who
was u good Mk, and he enjoyed every
meal. One day after un "unusually
rood dinner he glanced at his three
cousins, who were fat and rosy, and
said: "I know now why vou got such
Til never ask another girl to marry
me as long as I live." groaned the un
happy fellow. "What! Kef used again?"
asked his sympathetic friend. "No, ac
cepted, you fool !"
Offers Equal Service to All
3 INTEREST ON SAVINGS
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
Slate Street and 36th Place
Trust & Savings
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
A live or wide awake newspaper
man or solicitor cah earn some easy
money by calling on or addressing
Julius F. Taylor, 6206 S. Elizabeth
street Phone Went worth 2597. '
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Steam heat, electric lights, tile baths, marble entrance
Pheae Hub 263 J. W. Casey, Agt 133 W. Wahingtoa St.
Charcoal Eph's Philosophy.
"I ain't got no uie fo a whining
man," said Charcoal Kph. In a rumina
tive mood. "De Laud made man fo' f
fight an' cuss, an woman fo' weepln
an lamentln. Eat a prune. Mistat
Jackson." Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Barley Basis of Weight
During the reign of Henry VIII
standards of length and weight were
-established with actual grains of
wheat and barley as a basis. Three
barley corns were an Inch, and from
that was built np our table of inches,
feet ells (yards), perch and acre.
One restriction was that the barley
corn must be dry and taken from the
middle of the car-and laid end to end.
Under this same system 30 gnuns nf
wheat made a pennyweight and frum
that as. a basis they worked out tii
Troy pound In which 12 ouni-es Mil
make a pound. Originally the st
of stioes were based upon grain.
barley, and It Is said that these an
the same today as In the early days
There were 13 grains of barley to each
size. "Furlong" Is an old English word
meaning "furrow long" and Is based
upon the length a furrow would be
In a square ten-acre field.
If we look down, then our shoulders
Stoop. If our thoughts look down, our
character bend. It is only when we
bold our head up that the body be
comes erect. It N only when oar
thoughts go up Hint oar life becomes
erect. Alexander M'-Kenr.le.
NEW YORK HINT OF VENICE
Reservoir It Beautiful Spot With
Stately Homes That Seem to
Arise From the Water.
When we est protelu we consume In
reality 18 or 20 substances, known as
amino adds, each one of which may
have quite special functions In nutri
tion. Some proteins are deficient In
certain of these adds which are lack
ing: In the proteins of corn and grain,
and for teat reasou peanuts are an
excellent supplement to a cereal diet
whether In the form of a meal or
press cake fed with corn and cereal
feeds to animals or as a. supplement
to wheat protein when used with
wfceat floor In bread making.
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 the
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 la another
aspect to the reservoir. Horseback
riders "gallop around In fetching cos
tumes, while the water sparkles In the
But there Is one point at a certain
hour that UftB 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 la produced by the fountain, a
tnin, 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 ns the wind swings
the spray In another direction, to re
appear again for a few breath-catching
seconds. The spray sweeps Jiere
and there, covering you for an Instant
The sun leaveslt for a moment and
the fountain becomes a bridal velh
Out conies the sun and the fountain
flashes Into glory.
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