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THE BROAD AX, CHICAGO. ILU SATURUDAY, JUKE .8. 11
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VOU can have soft, silky hair that can be easily dressed-
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J STANLEY DURKEE, A. M., Ph. D., President
EMMETT J. SCOTT. A.M, LL.D.. Secretary-Treasnrer
Collegiate and Professional Schools
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TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 1
GEORGE F. HARDING, JR.
Up-to-Date or Modern Houses, Apartments
and Stores to Rent
3101 COTTAGE GROVE AVE.
Corner 31st Street, Chicago
Office Phone: Denglas 8285
KERSEY, McGOWAN AND MORSELL
Finest Establishment in the U. S.
GEO. T. KERSEY D.A.MeGOWAN WM. J. MORSELL
3515 INDIANA AVENUE
MADE IN PARIS
New Spring and Summer Mate
rials Lavishly Employed in
the French Models.
POPEUBULE 1H MANY SHADES
Woolen Goods Well Liked for SuiU
and Lightweight Coats Hand
Embroidery Is in the
The mnklnc of women's clothes con
stitutes the third luncest industry In
the world. The uninitiated may speak
lightly of fushlon. hut nevertheless,
writes a fashion authority. It Is a big
ger and more Important subject, wield
ing a more widespread Influence than
most people realize. One of the
strongest branches of fashion's tree l
fabrics. For a long time this was only
a slender twig.
Then It suddenly began to grow
and In a very short period of time
convert its development Into amazing
proportions. Designers now delight
to lavish their best efforts on textiles,
for here their art tiiuls unlimited
scope. Woolen-, silks or cottons
any one taken separately Is no small
llodier, the great French maker of
fabrics. Is one whose genius apparent
ly never flags. I Miring the months di
rectly following the recent war. when
the dlfliculty of getting raw materials
and worker was almost insurmount
able his work continued. Weavers of
cloths worked out of doors In FnVice
amid the ruins of their factories, and
the things that they produced were
little short of marvelous.
One might have expected the mer
chandise turned out under such con
ditions to be plain and uninteresting.
On the contrary, the charm of color
and the originality of pattern were
very great. Kodicr" new spring and
summer materials, which are more
beautiful than any he lias hitherto
made, although bis fabrics always
have stood for the unusual in both
pattern anil weaxc. are being lavish
ly employed in the models brought
out by the greatest French dress
makers. Popelabule Much Like Toplin.
An interesting new woolen well
liked for suits anil lightweight coats
Is called popelabule. In weave it Is
very like old-fashioned poplin, the
only difference being that It Is softer.
It might be sjild to combine the char
acteristics of flannel and (Miplin.
Rernnrd and Heer. two French mak
er; famous for their suits and coats,
are making extensive use of this.
Popelabule conies In 17 hades,
There are wonderful reds. soft, dull
greens and enough browns and t:ins
to please all tastes. Among the light
er shades then Is a greenMi blue and
I-BOM ON AND AFTER THIS DATE
BROAD AX CAN ALWAYS BE
FOUND ON SALE AT THE TOL
LOWINO NEWS STANDS:
Dr. J. S. Dorsey's Drug Store, 434 E.
31st Street, corner Vernon Avenue.
The Porter-White Drug Co. Store,
Bouthwest corner 4700 S. State St.
Turner Williams' barber shop and
laundry office, 4803 S. State St.
Edward Felix, notions, cigars and
news stands, 3002 S. Dearborn St.
George W. Boyd", news stand and shoe
shining parlor, 3620 S. State St.
Thomas Bell, news stand, ice cream
parlor and laundry office, 17 W. 53rd
St., near State.
,F. Bishop, cigars, tobacco and news
stand, 8 W. 27th St., near State.
A. D. Hayes, cigars, tobacco, sta
tionery and news stand, 3640 S- State
Dodson's shoe shining parlor and new
stand, southwest corner 35th and
Mrs. -Hoses BateEff, president of the
Wffiinjr Workers' Club of St. Cath-
Phones: Office Main 4153; Residence,
4751 Champlain Avenue
Phone Kenwood 5611
Walter M. Farmer
ATTORNEY AND COUN
SELOR AT LAW
Suite 70S 134 W. Washington St.
Residence, 1262 ICccsKetar
I'M. M90I. ..!-
MILES J. DEVINE
ATTXEY AT LAW
Pkne Ccafcal UN
Phones Douglas 6302 and Douglas 653
Nights call Douglas 7078
J. S. D0RSEY
Foil Line of Fresh Drags and ToOei
Articles Prescriptions Fflkd
A5U TCatrt- Slt Sfareet .
Coat Dress of Popelabule in Beige
Trimmed With Blue and Yellow
a mnuve tint, each beautiful. Other
lightweight woolens are In rust
browns beautifully embroidered in
leaves, twigs and pine needles.
In spite of nil the wonderful shades
the preference Is given to beige, not
only In popelabule but In every other
mnterinl. Throughout the entire col
lection of new cloths and silks by
Itodler this shade predominates.
There are many variations of It from
the palest tints to darker hues almost
brown. Cloths of other colors fre
quently have relief embroidery In
The creamy Kasha cloth that Lnn
vln exploited so freely last season Is
retnined. but now It. too, serves a a
background for raised embroidery
often In Moravian reds traced with
Patterns In Plaids.
For the heavier wraps such as trav
eling and motor coats and for country
suits the plaids having part of the
pattern blotted out by embroidery are
smart. The Idea of suppressing part
of the design with needlework ts not
a new one. Cherult did i "i -
son with hand emLroIdery-
The bodice portion of a simple
cent-dress of beige popelabule trimmed
with a printed foulard, blue striped
with yellow, shows the back panel cut
In one with the right side front and
.he deep sash girdle, the ends of the
latter and the reverse being lined with
the foulard. It fastens low on the
eft side In surplice fashion with three
galallth buttons the same shade as
the material. The long sleeves are of
the same cut as those In a mnn't
coot, a new and Interesting note.
One of Bernard's new coat-nmntles
of Rodler's popelabule In a yellowish
beige hue embroidered In dark blue
has the ehbroldery appearing down
the sides of the coat, on the roll col
lar and forming a deep border for the
bell-shaped sleeves. The panel-like
front and loose-flttlng back nre left
entirely plain. .lust below the deep
and exaggerated armhole are loop
PHONE MAIN 2214
A. D. GASH
ATTORNEY AT LAW
118 N. La Salle Street
3342 Calumet Ave.
JAMES G. COTTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW
145 NORTH CLARK STREET
Telephone Central 8354
AisUtant Attorney General
State of Illinois
Bernard Coat-Mantle of Popelabule
Featuring Beige Embroidery In
panels set onto the body of the coat,
giving the :ipManince of being cut in
one with the sides. These pieces are
heavily embroidered inside and out.
carrying out the embroidered design,
which extends from the shoulders to
the bottom of the garment.
Woolen Novelties for Springtime.
Embroidered serges are among the
woolen novelties brought out by
Itodler for spring. Dark, navy blue or
black is embroidered in Roman strii
effect, also with borders or bars cov
ering the entire wldtli. For the em
broidery, strongly contrasting shades,
siiwch as jade green, yellow, black,
erlse. rose, violet and black red, are
A novelty woolen for sport clothes
Is called d'Jersa Bullalne. The pat
tern resembles the surface of n waf
fle Iron, with Its alternating oue-qunr-ter-inch
squares or crinkled and plain
material. It may be had in nil the
bright shades of the modern sport cos
tume as well as dark colors.
Satins and chiffons are embroid
ered in relief after the same manner
as the woolens. An afternoon dress
of black satin and black chiffon Is
embroidered In red silk. The chiffon
forms the deep apron-like tunic which
extends to the bottom of the skirt
and the lower portion of the bell
The bodice and foundation skirt
are of the satin, the former being
heavily embroidered across the front
and under-arm sections, as well as
the short upper sleeves. At the bnck
there Is n rather broad and loose
hanging panel of the black satin which
extends from the shoulders to the
waistline. Under this panel the deep
sash ends pass and knot at the left
side back at a medium low waistline.
Fantastic Bracelets in Cobra Designs.
Satin and chiffon are combined In
a frock. The satin Is dark blue and
the chiffon nil embroidered In silver
gray. The undersllp Is of satin and
Is embroidered down each side with
the gold thread In panel-like form,
this being the only portion of the slip
not veiled by the chiffon. The chiffon
skirt is cut with hip yoke and apron
panels, front and back, the former di
vided and embroidered clown each
side. The bodice across the front Is
well covered with the gold embroid
ery, while the slightly Mousing back
Is quite plain, with the exception of
the little dot design which also trims
the apron tunic.
There are as many novelties being
brought out In the smnller articles
that complete the co-tume as In the
fabrics from which the clothes nre
made. The women of Paris evince a
craze for all sorts of metal girdles
The snake design In belts and brace
lets Is fashionable among the more ex
treme novelties. These may be made
of greenish gold or. for those who are
willing to pay a high price for n nov
elty which will soon go Into oblivion,
there are snake belts set with pre
cious stones. Often n large diamond
mnj be suspended from the Minke's
All that our dresses and hats have
lost In extravagance. Jewelry has
gained. Dress and Jewelry are de
cidedly at variance.
Res. 3646 Grand Boul.
J. GRAY LUCAS
129 E- 31ST STREET
Phone: Douglas 6351
Ashland State Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300.00000
1610 West 63rd Street Qh
Statement of Deposit.
18, 1912, $836,605.23
17, 1914, $912,005.69
17, 1916. $1,132,750.72
18. 1918. $1.284.0S4.24
17. 1919. $2,359,636.6
15, 1920, $3.224.633.C?-
! JOHN BAIN, President
MlLhAtL MAldci vice rTesiaem
EDW. C. BARRY, Cashier
W. MERLE FISHER, Assistam . ashier
ARTHUR C. UTESCH, Axt Cashia
Trinitrotoluene, a product of toluene,
1b derived from coal tar and com.
posed of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and
nitrogen. It is considered one of the
most powerful of the high explosives
nnd Is used for purposes for which
dynamite and nitroglycerin are not
adapted. The latter Is the most pow
erful explosive of Its kind.
Teleohona Oakland 24(
E. K. CALDWELL
C. E. KREYSSLER
605T Booth State Street Wear lit ftl
Not Oa th Caraer CHICAGO
Custom Lcn Kept Up.
Up in a lev eai ago a hor-e. -addled
and bnlVI. -tod in the -tables
of Hie Vivywii- (Vivian, as it was
spelled in t. old days) of Trelowarren
(Cornwall. Knir.) r-ady for u-e night
and day. F r '.KM years horses had
Mtcci I'ded each other in eoniiiicinora
tion or the e.-raiw on horseback of a
Vivian who 1 ved in the days of the
iih ruble lb od which -ubmerged the
land, .-tune say it: 1014 and others In
Vi-i ii - ih,.
lie 'UeU.v. uliit a"
by the brilliant :u
the aiua.iiig edtm
versity of tlu r
not leiiiemler thai
csility was oiuv .
benefit to the eui
reason of Its iitm. i
peter, ll-ed In the I
powder during id.
the -'-ot :i- i
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F. Duaa, J. B. McCakey.
Tel: Oaklaad 1552, 1551. 1550
JOHN J. DUNN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Fifty-First aad Federal Street
UK Prairie Are,
Pboaa Drat 9133
Phones: Mala 2017 Aato 32-W
A. L WILLIAMS
COUNSELOR AT LAW
Suite 706 Fimealch Battettng
84 W. WaahlaxtOB Street
m " 1 12 ,-trrz '
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3600 WABASH AVENUE
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Phone Main 263 J. W. Casey, Agt. 133 W. Washington Si
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