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CHICAGO, ILI SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1922
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hair is britlfe and lifeless or ifypo. have dandroff and i itch
ing scalp, try a box of EXELENTO QUININE POMADE
ForatieetsII diss- stores. Price by EII2Seoa receipt of stsssps or coin.
AGENTS WANTED Write tor Psrdcnkrs
EXELENTO MEDICINE COMPANY, Atlanta, Georgia
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med in treatment of sldn troubles.
GEORGE F. HARDING, JR.
Up-to-Date or Modern Houses, Apartments
and Stores to Rent
3101 COTTAGE GROVE AVE.
Corner 31st Street, Chicago
Phone Yards 27
Brass and Wood Beds, Electric Washers,
Refrigerators, Stoves, Paint, Oil,
' 2515-19 ARCHER AVE.
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jfc : ; JAS. B. McCAHEY, President
' FRANK J. DUNN, Vice-President
JOHN J. DUNN
Telephone Oakland 1550
5100 Federal Street CHICAGO'
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Phone Msin 2017 Residence, 1262 Macslister Place
Telephone Monroe 2714
A. L. WILLIAMS
ATTORNEY AND MILES J. DEVENE
COUNSELOR AT LAW
. ATTORNEY AT LAW
Suite 706 Firtneaich BuOtLns
184 W. Wasninston St Suile 3i8-320 Reaper Block
CHICAGO Clmrk enj Washington Sts.
Residence 3655 Prairie Ave. CHICAGO
Phone Dougas 9133 Telephonp Central 1239
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31$t m& South State Streets
IWepbone Victory 450O
May Glbert Praises
.Says her hair has grown
28 inches long by ggmg
ft wonderful hair grower
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PHILIP J. DUNN, Secretary
H. X. COMERFORD, Treasurer
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BILL is a good substantia 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
called "An Investor's Letters"
which contains all of Ralph's and
BuTs correspondence. You -will
find it very interesting and it may
clear up some of the questions you
have in your own mind about in
We their bt gtaJ p std "J Investor's
Leticrt"jTterqfcATzr er tlEfsdes
t uilatr '&& rrpetjq it.
A famous man who has made
his fortune says: "Work at
something with all your might!
Add money to your bank ac
count steadily week by week!
Keep in mind that your capita!
is being added to from Inside
the bank, while you are adding
to it from the outside!" Start
now, with $1 or more.
ILLINOIS TRUST & SAVINGS BANK
La Salle JacHson Streets Chicago
Dr. James M. Hall
Physician and Surgeon
4406 S. State St. Chicago
Office Phone Drexel 7074
Office Honn: II U 12 X. U. 2 to ( P. U,
t 8 P. 1L. Sundsyi by Appointment
Res. 4330 Calumet Avenue
Tel. Oakland 7174-J
HELD SECRET OF HAPPINESS
John Wesley's Nearly Ninety Years
Passed With Remarkably Few
Periods of Depression.
There was John Wesley. His "Jour
nal," with Its record of Indefatigable
labor. Is one of the cheeriest books In
the language. What a rare good time
he had ! When he was eighty-seven he
could say, "I do not remember to have
felt lowness of spirits for a quarter
of "an hour since I was born." For
more than sixty years tills Indefatig
able pleasure-seeker had been doing
as he pleased. Up every day In time
to prench at five o'clock In the morn
ing; then over the hills or through
the pleusant lanes to preach again at
the time lazy citizens were ready for
breakfast; off again, on Horsebacks or
by chaise or in a lumbering stage
coach, for more preaching. . . . Now
and then facing a mob, or being wet
through In a thundpr stwnn, or stop
ping to get Information In regard to
some old ruin. Between sermons he
refreshed his mind with all sorts and
conditions of books. On the pleasant
road to Chatham he rends Tnssn's
"Jerusalem Delivered." On the road
to Aberdeen he loses himself delight
edly in the misty sublimities of Os
sian. "Orlando Furioso" is good Satur
day reading. The eager octogenarian
confesses that "Astplpho's shield and
horn and voyage to the moon, the
lance that unhorses everyone, the alN
penetrating sword, nnd I know not
how many Impenetrable helmets nnd
shields" are rather too much for his
sober English imagination. Still, they
afford an agreeable Interlude in his
missionary Journeys. Samuel Mc
Chord Crothers, in "Among Friends."
YOUTH NOT GOLDEN SEASON
Modern Writer Takes Issue With Oth
ers Who Have Dubbed It the Best
Period of Life.
Following Is from "The Way of All
Flesh," by Samuel .Butler-not the
Seventeenth century poet," but the
Nineteenth century novelist:
"To me it seems that jouth Is like
spring, an overpraised seasou delight
ful If it happen to be a faored one,
but In practice very rarely faxored
and more remarkable, as a general
rule, for biting east winds than geni
al breezes. Autumn Is the mellower
season, and what we lose In Ilowerb
we more than gain in fruits. Fontelle.
at the age of ninety, being asked what
was the happiest time of his life, said
he did not know.that he had ever been
much happier than he then was, but
that perhaps his best years had been
those when he was between fifty-five
and seventy-live, and Dr. Johnson
placed the pleasures of old age far
higher than those of youth. True, in
old age we live under the shadow of
death, which, like a sword of Damocles.
may descend at any moment, but we
have so long found life to be an affair
of being rather frightened than hurt
that we hare become like the people
who live under Vesuvius, and chance
It without much misgiving."
Fireworks in History.
The business of making fireworks
and the business of setting off elabo
rate displays are sometimes called
"the art of pyrotechny," the word "py
rotechny' being compounded of two
Greek words meaning "fire art." There
Is an extensive literature on the sub
ject. References may be found in (the
writings of Ifanlllus and Vesplcus to
the fact that fireworks were set off In
connection with the circus In ancient
Borne, and Claudianus, who wrote in
the Fourth century; mentions "whirl
ing wheels and fountains of fire" in
connection with the celebration of cer
tain festivals. Fireworks, and which
.should not be confounded with mere
bonfires, were set off as spectacles and
ceremonies during the reign of Henry
Vn, Henry Vm, Elizabeth and other
English monarchs. In those early
English days dragons spouting fire
were & popular form of fireworks. In
a book written on the subject In 1548
there is a reference to "trees and
fountains of fire smt high np lato
Ftewtr "Ad" Big as House.
basket of blossoms sa big as aa
rdlaary house was constructed to ad
vertise & flower show held recently la
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 6351
Re. 3646 Grand BouL Phone Doaglat 4397
J. GRAY LUCAS
204 East 3lth Street
Corner Indiana Ae., Second Floor
Oldest American Newspaper.
The New York Globe was founded
on December 9, 1703, by Xonh Webster,
as the "American MInervn." It wns
renamed "The Commercial Advertiser"
on October 7, 1707 nnd was apiln
changed to "The Globe nnd Com
mercial Advertiser" on February 1,
1004. This Is the oldest daily news
paper still In exi.stence In America. A
weekly paper, the New Hampshire
Gazette, was established in 17."((5 and
Is still published. The Hartford
Cournnt was established as a weekly,
the Connecticut Courant, In 1704. and
la now h dally.
Trial by Ordeal.
Trial by ordeal still exists In some
parts of Japan. If a theft takes place
in a household, all the i-ervnnts are
required to write a certain word with
the same brush. The conscience Is sup
posed to betray Its workings In the
waxes of the ideograph written. Trac
ing an ideograph imnl-.vs such nn ef
fort of muM'ular dirctniKs and un
divided attention that this device often
leads to the dlscoiery of the guilty
party. The test is. at all evnts,
more humane than the ordeal of boil
ing water, to which aecuetl per-oiis
were formerly submitted in Jnpau.
Seemed to Be Something Wrong.
Kenneth's mother had been to the
hospital and Kenneth was waiting Im
patiently for her return. The day of
her homecoming he took a chair up to
the window and watched uxery uuto
pass with his little nose ihittened
against the window pane. Suddenly
an auto pulled up. his mother looked
out and waved, and Kenneth dashed
madly out to Hip sieiw m ..r...t i,,.-
Mother was overjoyed ut seeing him,
she began to cry, and Kenneth looked
at hw and said: "Ooh. mother dear,
ain't jou all well yet?"
Birds Guard Our Trees.
We can spray orchards and shade
trees with poisonous Insecticides hut
we would stand nghsst ut the Impos
sible tnsk of sprnyliiK all the trets In
all the woods, says the American For
estry Magazine. We must perforce de
pend on the natural eneni'es of In
sects to protect our forests. Fortu
nately, birds nnd other foes of in
sects, wherever tlielr nuintters are
sufficient, jct as effective forest
Mountain of Sulpliur.
By looking on n map of the South
seas, one can find the New Hebrides
about JXK) miles eat of Quiensl.ind,
Australia, and southeast of the Solo
mons. At the north end of the group
Is nn Island called Vnnua Lava. This
Island Is a mountain, a big one. 1,000
feet high nnd covering an area ut 100
square miles. But the remarkable
thing about It Is that it Is comiHised
wholly of sulphur. Nothing like It li
to be found anywhere in the world.
Hint te Precautious.
Take a piece of heavy copper wire
11 Inches long and bend it In the
shape of a hairpin. Lock the door.
leaving the key in the lock, then place
the curved ansle of the wire over the
shank or spindle back of the knob
and put the two ends of tne wire
through the head of the key. The key
cannot be pushed out nor turned.
This is a Itght device which one can
carry in a handbag if so desired and
use in hotel rooms when traveling.
Solitaire Is a game played on a
board Invented with 33 or 37 heml
sphered hollows, with the same num
ber of balls'or marbles. An unoccu
pied hollow Is left by removing one
ball, and the balls, or pieces, are then
captured as In checkers. No moves
axe allowed In diagonal directions or
over more than one space at a time
The trick Is to leave a solitary ball In
the center hole.
Get Author's Point of View.
Much confusion In thought and
much bitterness In criticism would be
avoided If more readers tried to get
the author's point of v&w. At any
rate, proper and Improper methods of
reading deserve more consideration
than they have received. For reading
Is an art that lends Itself to efficiency
teats and Improvement. Exchange.
Phones: Office Main 4153; Residence,
4751 Champlain Avenue
Phone Kenwood 5611
Walter M. Farmer
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Suite 708184 W. Washington St.
Office Phones: Mala 1612, 1S54
W. G. Anderson
184 W. Washington St., Cor. Wells
Suite 603. Firmenich Bids.
Residence: 3354 Vernon Avenue
Phone Douglas 6045
PHOKB MAIN 2214
A. D. GASH
ATTORNEY AT LAW
118 N. La Salle Street
3342 Calumet Ave. Douglas 1275
JAME G. COTTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
IAS NORTH CLARK STREET
Telephone Central 8354
Assistant Attorney General
St.ite of Illinois
Under 'State Supervision
Offers Equal Service to All
INTEREST ON SAVINGS
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
State Street and 36th Place
A hvc or wide awake newspaper
man or solicitor can earn some easy!
noney by calling on or addressing
Julius F. Taylor, 6206 S. Elizabeth
trcct. Phone Wentworth 2597.
PHONE KENWOOD 455
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Trust & Savings
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
John Bain, President
Michael Maisel, Vice-Pres.
Edw. C. Barry, Cashier
The Cranford Apartment Bldg
3600 WA'JASH AVENUE
The finest buildin ; ever op
Steam heat, electric lights, tile lths, marble entrance
Phoae Main 263 J. W. Casey, Agt. 133 W. Washington
OUR NEW HOME
Arthur C. Utesch. Asst. Cashier
W. Merle Fisher. Asst. Cashier
and Trust Officer
ed to Colored tenants in Chicago
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