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THE BROAD AX, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1922
Be More Beautiful
R&smxkmU Pnprmtlon hftkn ft
Easy fr Anyone to Qmetfy Cf eg
Lmg, Sufi, S8ty, Leeiiy H3x.
A wuadetfal preparation haa been dTatoreied tnatcsaacea
abort, coarse hair into tog. krratrtrMsta. It rives tba hair
abeaotifnlslaearabeen. It pnta glowing health into brittle,
lifelesehsir; atop dandruff end Itching scalp. This marrel
ooa preparadon u
EXELEHTO QlilMNE POMADE
Ittoarireatbosaaadathabesotifiillialrvhldi la oaa of
their etuef errrarrinna. It baa-made straight aOkr hair
pnarinw loryoo. yocrscg, to obtain.
Another inarrefaoebeaotrbelp is EXELENTO SKIN BEAUTU1EE. a delightful creain thst
QtncUy rcmorca eats blemishes i clears up la an astonishing manner carle, sallow complsxjofia.
If ytxir droexlrt cannot aopplrywa. Bead uEO in atajnpa or eon for roll aii pacia of both
Panada and Beaati&r. oraend V4 foe single package. Gain tha attractive loauty. 70a aoon can
hare, by letting tha EXELENTO preparations NO Wl
EXELENTO MEDICINE COMPANY, Atlanta, Ga.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE Write f or Particulars
TJtU rovng lady pits ed At
credit for ktr luautiful hair
and eomo'eation to
America's Pipe Lincc
At one time or another almost ertrj
barrel of on produced In the United
States n ivrfs through a pipe line. The
flow of oil u) the fifty thousand miles
of pipe line never stops. Different
trades of oil are separated from one
another by "headers," which are
merely partitions of rater three feet
Beautiful Light of Cheerfulness.
Laughing cheerfulness throws tha
light of day on all the nath.i of life.
PILING UP DOLLARS IS
A FASCINATING GAME
You can play this game and
be "dead sure" to win. A $1.00
deposit at our Bank will start
it. Pile them in with unfaijmg
regularity. The greatest things
have grown from small begin
nings. When may we expect
you make it today!
ILLINOIS TRUST & SAVINGS BANK
La, Sail JacHson Streeta Chicago
The average life of an automobile)
la the United States Is estimated at
Victoria's Record Reign.
Queen Victoria's was the longest
reign in English history. It lasted 63
years. She ascended the throne. In
1837 and died In 100L at the age of
eighty-one years. The next longest
reign was that of her grandfather,
George HL who was on the throne S3
years, though he became hopelessly
Insane nine years before his death,
and his eldest son, afterward George
IV, became prince regent Edward
HTs' reign. lasted 50 years and Eliza
Dissecting the Grumbler.
Grumblers deserve to be operated
npon surgically; their trouble is usual
ly chronic. Douglas Jcrrold.
Another Nature Fake.
Exchange The bride's father, bora
82 years ago with long white beard
and 'rnMe mien, led her to the al
tar. Boston Evening Transcript.
Flowering Plants in Britain.
Flowering plants known In the Brit
ish Mes include oer si quarter of a
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS Mil
J. GRAY LUCAS
204 East 35th Street
Corner Indiana Are., Second Floor
Hone Yards 27
Brass and Wood Beds Electric Washers,
Refrigerators, Stoves, Paint, Oil,
2515-19 ARCHER AVE.
TELEPHONE DOUGLAS l
GEORGE F. HARDING, JR.
Up-to-Date or Modern Houses, Apartments
and Stores to Rent
3101 COTTAGE GROVE AVE.
Corner 31st Street, Chicago
Sest. 15th, 1922
Loan and Discounts J1.1S0.8S0.10
( Inspected and approved by
our Board of Director)
Bond and Securities...... 70i.S2i.01
(Lincoln State Safety
Bank Bntldlnr and Annex. . 15S.07S.IS
Furniture and .Fixtures.... H.11C19
Other Resources ......... 10,188.17
Caih on Hand and Doe from
Capital Stock I 800.000.00
Undivided Profit S(,64.48
Beierred for Taxes and In
Other LUbtnUe (.978.(8
Increase in Deposits Since
Jane 30, 1922
ThI Bank invites yon to avail yourself
of its completa farTHHes.
First Mortgage Gold Bonis approved
safe investments yield 7 interest.
Boxes In oar completely equipped Safety
Deposit Vaults rest for 84.00 per
year and upwards.
Interest at the rste of S is allowed on
sU sarins account. Savings Depart,
meats open from 9 a. an. to S p. m.
GEORGE V. LEIBSAKDT.' Preside..
CHABLES A. WHITE. Vice-President
GEOEGE S. CAKPBELL, CasUer.
L. A. DELAOBIEB. Asst. Caakier.
ADDISON E. AVERT. Hgr. Bond Dept.
LINCOLN STAIE BANK
9 31ft m South State Streets "
WetpKpne VSetoty 450O
15 YOUR HAIR SHORT OR THIN?
ft . '
Oraar dob una patat
Dors it break off or fall oat? Is it dry and wiry?
Hai too -olp disease, or mora than Bormal amount
II o. you should act at once, becin utlnr MADAME
N. A. FRAKKLDTS HAIR GROWER. It matters not
how many Hair Preparations you haro tried without
urees. you should not become discouraged and aire
up before elrine my Hair Grower a trial. It ha pro.
moted an abundant growth of hair for thousand and
will do the same for you. I also teach cy System by
mall or by person. Write for information and terms
MY SPECIAL OFFER
To those desiring to try my wonderful Hair Prepara
tion. I wiU mail, on request, a SIX WEEKS' TRIAL
TREATMENT, consisting of Shampoo. Bair Grower
and Pressing Oil. with full instructions how to use the
same, for only 81.10. One trial treatment will con.
Tince you of it tsIuc Make all orders to
MADAME N. A. FRANKLIN
DcrL B. SMI S. tuts Owl B. SOS Prtkis An.
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JAS. B. McCAHEY, President PHILIP J. DUNN, Secretary
FRANK J. DUNN, Vice-President H. X. COMERFORD, Treasurer
JOHN J. DUNN
Telephone Oakland 1550
t 51Q Federal Street CHICAGO
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A JACKET WITHOUT SLEEVES
French Maker Devises interesting Gar
ment to Be Worn With After
Many of the most Important dress
makers disclaim anj& effort toward tho
sensational silhouette To meet the
demand for new styles they vary their
characteristic lines by beautiful fab
rics, striking colors and trimming de
tails. Chanel has made no basic changes
In the styles which she exploits. Her
dresses are stralRhtline, many of
them with beautiful embrolderleji. Sh
uses laces profusely. Among her pret
tiest models are some frocks of flow
ered silks, the flowers scattered over
a plain background In the form of
large motifs. These silks are veiled
with lace, giving an extremely plens
Ing effect Several of her afternoon
dresses are accompanied by little
sleeveless Jackets. Such models fre
quently carry Russian embroideries.
The greatest change In the models
made by Callot.Is In the coloring.
There Is a -considerable showing of
paler shades of blue and rose. She
has given preference to these paler
hues over the rich oriental shades
which she rued last season. She also
used many silks In pompadour effects.
Other than In color Callot has dom'
practically nothing new In the way of
fashions. There are unusual variations
of old themes. This designer uses em
broideries, ribbons and laces even more
profusely than she has In the past.
CAPE SLEEVES ARE POPULAR
Flowing Armcovering la Shown In
Many Fashion Houses; Gauntlet
Cuffs Are In Evidence.
THE LONG RIBBON STREAMERS
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Sleeves are varied and Interesting
they are frequently long and fitted to
the arm, and they are often absent
entirely from dance frocks. They have
a penchant for belnr lonr. ooen nnrt
nanging. -Cape sleeves ar popular In
many fashion houses, and frequently
we haye the addition of a long, hang
ing cuff. Gauntlet cuffs appear on
models In nearly all collections. Worth
ihows them, on a black broadcloth
coat, made of bright embrolderr and
lined with Hudson seal. Patou's new
sleeve Is tight at wrist and hnnidir
and swells a Uttle toward the elbow.
He often adds a turned-back. cuff Just
below the elbow. Lanvln shows an
Immense bishop's sleeve in softest
crepe de chine. .
(Radlatlno from the center of the
crown of her hat over the brim with
hort lengths In front, lengthening to
ware" the back are ribbon streamers,
row upon row. At the back, the stream
ers reach to the verv hem of the alclrt.
fasien-d In at the waistline to give an
effect charming and distinctive. The
dahlias which trim the crown of the
hat and the girdle are made o'f very
narrow ribbon, row upon row, sur
rounding a tiny button. "
Darkness Was Night to Chicken.
Chickens ure benslhle the world
around. Over In AuMntHu and New
ZealunU, not long ago. they went to
roost when a toAl eclipse of the sun
caice tin. The eclipse started In the
for-nijoti, antl It doubtless seemed a
short working day to the mystified
opuitry. Their not to question why,
howexer. theirs hut to go to rest as
ueil-behared nud healthy fowls had
Decn accustomed ever to do.
Nothing so Ii:irtl hut M-nrcli will ai
It out. Herrlck.
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THE BROAD AX $1.00 n t-Momi
6 8. FWisbet, fcrtet, Ckteata, m, $2JmYil
JULIUS F. TAYLOR, Please enter my same a a ssbecrSxr to THE BROAD
v AX I eoelsee.terewkh Two DeBars, tke anattal rBBitripttws te
Dollar for. six awetbt.
PHONE MAIN 2214
A. D. GASH
ATTORNEY AT LAW
118 V. La Salle Street
Phone Main 2017
A. L. WILLIAMS
' COUNSELOR AT LAW
Suite 70S Flnnemich Building
184 W. Washington St.
Residence 3655 Prairie Ave.
Phone Douglas 9133
Residence, 1262 Macalister Place
Telephone Monroe 2714
MILES J. DEVINE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Suite 318-320 Reaper Block
Clark and Washington St.
Telephone Central 1239
Trust & Savings
Phones: Office Main 4153j Residence,
soi (.baxnplam Avenue
Phone Kenwood 5611
Walter M. Farmer
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR
Suite 708184 W. Washington St.
Under State Supervision
Offer Equal Service to All
3 INTEREST ON SAVINGS
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
State Street and 36th Place
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 can earn some easy
money by calling on or addressing
Julius F. Taylor. 6206 S. Elizabeth
trect. Phone Wcntworth 2597.
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The Cranford Apartment Bldg.
3600 WA ASH AVENUE
The finest buildin r ever op s-ed to Colored tenants in Chicago.
Steam heat, electric lights, tile beths, marble entrance
Pbwie Main 263 J, W. Casey, Agt. 133W. Washington Si
PHONE KENWOOD 5
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