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BKEWEI OF THE IEST MALT AM CMKE NfMTEl MR
Vtteyhea WMt 1M.
StM In Ks ami ftottloo,
Meet anH EniM for Braiers am Maltstera
Oflce, Rooms 40, 42, 44, 40, 48, No. 177 La Salic St, Cor. Monroe,
American Brewing Co.
BRKWBR8 OP THB
Brands of Lager Beer.
1 FECKER BREWING CI
871 to 897 Dudley Street,
finer BkwalnNftl Rotd, CHICAGO, ILL.
"GARDEN OITY BRAIL"
(.V-. ' "mL'
mOBABI. BRAKD, Pratt.
YIMOU. M. BBAND, Tto irt.
MO BBMIT. fttwr.
Nil STVTF.S Sin II.
Rain Office, 684 to 706 Sedgwick St, Chicigi.
MICHAEL BRAND, BARTHOLOMAE LEICHT,
Or. Elittn Av. art tntw I!. M4 to 70t SWawIek SI.
McAvoy Brewing Company
AUSTIN J. DOYLE, President.
ADAM OHIFEN, Vice FRL E T, BELLAMY, lie. lH TRK
JOHN A. ORB ..ProtUfpU
THEODORE OEHNE Vice President and Troaraftf
JULIUS H. SCHILLER t SeOTffJ
50 Clyde St.
Postal Card Orders Promptly Attended To.
OFFICE n CH1C1G0, Union and Erie Streets.
TeleplMm XTo -MB7
Lake Shore, Foot of 27th Street, Chicago.
Brewers and Bottlers
of the Celebrated
BOTTLDIG DEPIBTMOTT, 29 West Onto Street
HKNRY LIII, Manas''-
Annual Capacity, 600,000 Barrela.
Now appear the. latest and best product of the celebrated
Joseph Schhtz Brewery, brewed exclusively from Canadi
Barley Malt and Finest Bohemian Hops.
EDWARD UIHLEIN. Manager, Chicago,
CORNER UNION AND OHIO STREETS.
W. L 1011111, Sill liftlir fir tht Trarit, Ohliagt.
PM BRIE I
Largmt Brswsry in ths World.
. . . .CHICAGO OFFICE. . . .
Oiinir Dtsilalnn and Indiana Striata.
We call your attention to our DfiTTI Cfl DCCDT
different brands of DU II LCU DttRi
FOR FAMILY USE-DEL,IVERED TO ANY
PART OFHE OITY.
TiUphUW HHM383, -t- HERMAN PAIST, Himnr.
CHARLES H. WACKER President and Treasurer
THEO HOHENADEL .' Secretary
The Wacker Birk
171 North Desplaines Street, Chicago, MM.
I0TTLERS OF THE CELEBRATED WIENER AND ULMER TABLE BEER.
AND EXTRA PALE BEER
Brewers of Lager Beer,
Foot of 28th St. and Groveland Park Av.,
OfflM, 2349 SMih Park Avmm.
Telephone South 8957.
Telephone South 8267.
An Indian MitMrn nml the IlUtoryof Ifr
f.lfo Itiiinnnrr. I
Thcro nro few more lntcrcstlnfrj
characters among tlic early Indians!
of America than Pocahontas, datiKh-i
tcr of the famous!
chief l'owhatan, who
rulrl over thlrtyi
trlhcs In Eastern",
Virginia when In
1007 the Knitllsh col-
$ ony ot Jamestown
ij was established, it
'X .lint t It tutltf tint. tu.
jj . Iinij iu ?! mwu inj
true the matter la
whether she saved
rocAitoNTAs Asthollfcof dipt. John
miK ai'I'raiikii isSinlth, the famous
lomdon. explorer and founder
of Virginia, when ho was taken pris
oner before her father at Wcrowoco
moco (now .Shelby, Gloucester Coun
ty, Va.)', but It Is certain that after
ward she saved the life of Smith and
the party with him; that on many
occasions she befriended tho colon
ists, feeding thorn when starvation
was staring them In the face, and
that by her marriage to John ltolfe
ho turned the deep hatred of Pow
hatan against tho colony of James
town to as deep friendship for the
The story of tiow sho Is said to have
saved the life of Smith at Wcrowo
conioco is familiar utmost to all.
Smith's head was laid upon two
blocks of stone and tho Indians stood
around with clubs ready to beat out
his brains, when Pocahontas laid her
own head on his to save his life. The
chief spared Smith and tho latter bo
camo armorer to Powhatan und trin
ket maker to Pocahontas. During
Smith's captivity Pocahontas leaned
to love tho whlto man and was ini
tiated Into some of tho truths of
Christianity. It was through her In
tercession with her father that Smith
fras allowed to return to tho colony
,t Plymouth. Subsequently when
tarvatlon stared the colonists in the
co Pocahontas with sono of hor
uople gave them corn und game,
nd when, In 1U0U, Powhatan laid a
plot to murder Smith and others of
the colonists, who had gono on an
expedition far from Jamestown, it
was the Indian nmden who
V06T & SWEENEY,
BREWERS AMD BOTTLERS OF
WCffi H Fn.
467 to 473 Twenty-sixth Street,
TeL South 961. CHICAGO.
Mi Bio. s trail Cm
Van BnreiL Desplaines, & Fearce Sts.
OFFICE: 225 DESPLAINES STREET.
JOHN S. COOKE, Pros, and Trcas. CHARLES P. COOKE, Scc'y.
Corner or Twenty-seventh St and Johnson Ave., Chicag.
Telephone South 288.
"MUNICH HOF MAI)," A SUPERIOR MALT IEER, A SPECIALTY. PAIilCyUk
ITTENTION 6IVEN TO THE I0TTLIN6 TRADE.
Cor. Aroher and Stewart Ave
OFFICE: 85 Alexander Street, - - GHIGAM.
The Lergeet Brewery In Illinois Whloh le Not
.Oontrolled by English Money.
I. GOTTFItllD, Pre. JOHN H. Wlltt, tec. 4 Tree
PHD. QUNDRUM, V. Free. C. M. GOTTFItllD, tupt.
WILLIAM A. BXRX.
EDWARD J. BIML
Brewers and Bottlers,
xtre, Irlenge end Export Beer.
101-109 Webster At., - CHICAGO
MAIN STREET AND ARCIIER AVENUE.
WM. F. MAHONEY Pres. and Treas.
THOS. J. NERNEY Secretary
ALFRED HIERONIMUS Supt. and Brewer
Capital Stock, $200,000. Capacity, 100,000 Barrels Fcr Annum.
oto Towr.n or jahkstowx ciiurcii itf
WHICH rOCAIIOKTAH WAS MAHU1RD.
Weiss Beer, Porter
AND EXPORT BEER.
29-3oCooirSt Cor. Fullirton Av., Chloigo. Tiliphom Nirth 902.
Waukesha Spring Brewing Co.
MATH. THOME President I FRED H. MARX Treasurer
RUDOLPH W0S8LI0K. . .Secretary WM. MANOLER Manager
J, B. NIERENDORF, Superintendent.
1 185 Dearborn St., Rooms E and F, Adams Express Building,
gave them warning so that
they escaped back to tho shelter of
their Kuns. For this sho was perse
cuted by her father and sho took
shelter among tho Potomac Indians,
lly theso she was betrayed into tb
hands of the colonists who held bv
as a hostURo for her father'! nils
lecds. Smith hud mcuritlmo none to
England and upon tho roproenta
tlon that ho was dead sho received
tho advances of anothor Englishman,
John ltolfe. In tho church nt James
town, the tower of which still stands,
she was baptized and named Ilebccca
and hero soon afterward she was
married to ltolfe. This niarriago
cemented peace between tho two
peoples and until his death Pow
hatan remained tho friend of tho
whlto man. Ho novcr deigned to
visit his daughter, howovcr, though
ho sent hor presents. In 1010 Poca
hontas, with her husband, wont to
England and was presented at court
Ono day Capt. Smith, whom sho
loved and whom sho bollovcd dead,
visited her. Tho meeting was a
fatal blow to her happiness, und In
1(117 whilo preparing to return to
hor native lund sho died at Graves
end. THE U8E OF PAPER MONEY.
Common to Nrarly All CIvllUvil CountrlM
Imiw of Viirlom Nutlnim.
Almost, If not quite, all clvillzod
countries uso paper money to facili
tate payments within tholrown juris
dictions, says tho Globo-Dcinocrat.
Tho United States ue paper money
to a greater extent than any other
country, und In notes of smaller de
nomination than uny other country
of equal importance. All of our pa
per bills oxcopt tho gold cortlllcatos
nro in tho denominations uf $1, 12.
$5, $10, $20, .'u, $100, 4500 and $1,-.
000, our gold certificates do not ap
pear in denominations less than $20. j
Tho Dominion of Canada Issuo Si!
and $2 notes and various banks issuo
notes varying from fi "to $1,000.
Mexico Issues paper money of 10
pesos and upward, and tho South
American states issuo paper of sim
ilar denominations. The Uanlc of
England Issues nil English notes of
denominations of A'fi, xlO, 26, X60,
100, 200, 300, fi00 nnd 1,000,
Tho bunks of Scotland and Ireland
issuo notes of xl and upward. Tho
Hank of Franco l-sues notes for f0
francs, 100, 200, f.00 and 1,000. Tho,
Hank of Ilclglum Issues notes of 20,
francs nnd upward. Italian banks
issuo notes of 1 lira nnd upward to
1,000 lire. Tho Hunk of Germany
puts out notes for 5 marks and up
wurd to 1,000 marks. Austria Issues
notes of 1 gulden and upward. Hut-,
sla is tho only European country
which Iskuin. Government notes, It
paper monoy being of the dennmina-j
tlon of 1 ruble una upward. Swodco,
Norway and Denmark issuo by their;
banks notes for . krone, 10, 2fi, 6t
nnd 100 krone. India docs not issuo
paper monoy, nor docs China now.
Japan provides papor money of 1 yea,
2, r, 10, 20 end 100 yens, nnd tho
other countries, as a rule, Issuo paper,
money, tho lowest denomination of(
which is usually ten times tho valuo'
of tho coined unit or value.
"JUNH'EHSTA" Is gOttllJg tX 1)0 U llOr-j
rlbly profano man, Isn't hoy MYea,j
poor follow, ho bought a patent fuel-
saving device lust full. " DetraUi