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title: 'Chicago eagle. (Chicago, Ill.) 1889-19??, May 04, 1912, Page 6, Image 6',
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THE CHICAGO EAGLE.
NEW YORK CHICAOO ST. LOUIS SAN FRANCISCO
The A. H. Meyer Co.
Miinchener Lowenbrao-Marzen and Bock
ALT-PILSENER (Pilsenetzer Braukaui)
OLD PILSEN, BOHEMIA
35 So. Dearborn St., Room 761
Phoae Randolph 4905 H. N. CLAUSSEN, Mgr.
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New York and Chicago
SOLE IMPORTER OP
"Wurzburger Hofbrau" & "Original Pilsener
BritHati, Winbirf, Bavaria
GinMitnKhtriiBriertl, rilMi, Btbcult
" .HANS LUCHOW, Western Representative
Office: CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BLDG.
Room SI3, 30 N. La Salle Street
Telephonea: Auto 36-353; Franklin 91
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The traveler, who wn alked by a cletlcil-looklnj; (ellot
passenger whether or not lie drank, m.-y lure Wen justified,
before amwerinf ,in asking whether the question was in inquiry
or an invitation. But my advice to yon, auh, it "Let set
pportonlty tlip between year finger." Take It, whenever
Mck a qncry la put to yon, a a firming invitation, provided,
aa, that there la within convenient reach a aupply of
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(BREEN V KENNEDY. CHICAGO
Alt Dletfiters of Crdar CrceV )'.,irn Bottlad U tloal
DtetOlttr at Piaikoit. Kr.
Oscar F. Mayer & Bro.
Packers and Provision
Sedgwick Stand Beethoven Place, Chicago
Telephone Dearbera 345
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PILSEN, HOFBRAUHAUS, MUENCHEN
CHICAGO 0PP1CSL M NORTH CLARK STRICT
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PALE PERFECTO BEER
A Favorite With Everybody
Ask Por It At Your
Club. Cafe or Restaurant
WACKEIt 4 BIRK BREWING GO.
MALT BttX It a Bark, KW N.
Improvement & Ballast
645 Commercial National Bank Bldf.
Phone Central 1584
The Rienzi Co.
MOO DIVBRBBY BLVD.
m4 Clark Mntt
A new place to eat, 382 WEST MADI80N STRBET, Just wait of Morket Street.
Withes to announce the opening of a new RESTAURANT with table and quick
lunch tervlce at the above location. The aama attention to patrona will le given
at thli new placo at that of the other Potthatt place that have become eo fa
moua throughout Chicago. EVERVTHINQ la whoieiome and prepared to your
tait. Every precaution la taken to please you and to make you a friend of the
most up-to-date moderate priced restaurants In the city.
POTTHAST conducts SEVEN of the best and most aanltary restaurants In
the loop. The name tells the story.
If you should be any placo down town Just remember you ean atop at any
of the following places and be served with all the courtesy you could receive at
home. Remember the addresses of the well established Potthast places.
3J2 WEST MADISON STREET, Just west of Market Street.
Two Plactst S. W. Corner MADISON and FRANKLIN STREETS.
Two Pisces: N. W. Corner STATE and VAN BUREN STREETS.
American and Chop Suey, Second and Third Floors,
Two Places: S. E. Corner MARKET and MADI80N 8T8., with Cigar Stand.
TANNER & CONLEY
WIKST-CLASS WORK AT MODERATE PRICES
72 W. Washington St CHICAGO
Telephone) Central 224
WE RENT TUXEDOS AND PULL DRESS 8UIT1
POR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC
H. JAME5 KOLZE'S
FINE ELECTRIC PARK
AND NOTBL ACCOMMODATIONS
Cor. InrftRi Park Staltvaitf aj N. W. Uth street
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Gathered from All Quarters
About Men Talked About
in the Walks of
Men Who Are Candidates and
Men Who Are Not and What
Thomas A. Smyth Is not losing any
friends among tho people by tho fear
loss performance of his duties as
President of tho Sanitary District.
Albert J. Hopkins stands higher In
tho estimation of tho peopto of Illi
nois today than ho over did and that
the popular former United States Sen
ator will bo ono of tho real loaders
In tho coming big campaign Is cor-tain.
Confiscation of small property hold-
ltifa la wlint tU MAn, t-..
...o ..Muv uiu Bll'ill, lUVIVIUU 111 J
real estate taxation will amount to)
beforo long. Tho rovenuo this year Is
over 100 ner cent in many InHtaneea
and over 40 por cent In tho great ma
jority of cases.
Chicago needs better street lamps,
especially better electric street lamps,
moro than it does numbered avenues
on the North and Northwest Sides.
Tho telephone company, according
to "experts," Is losing money. For a
losing enterprise It pays pretty big
dividends and puts up pretty big buildings.
James S. Hopkins stands foremost
among Chicago's ablest and most suc
cessful lawyers and cltlzons.
Spencer Ward will bo elected chief
justlco of tho Municipal court next
Novombor. Ho is qualified in ovory
way for tho position and ho will re
ceive the solid Democratic voto along
with thousands of Republican and In
Joseph C. Diana will bo re-elected to
tho legislature In tho Nineteenth dis
trict by a record-breaking vote. His
splendid record during his first term
at Springfield has gained for him tho
admiration of both Republicans and
Democrats throughout tho district.
Otto Toscttl, the well-known brewer,
would mako a fine State Treasurer of
The nronosltlon tn charter tho
names of distinctively North side
streeta like Dayton, Fremont, Rokeby,
Orchard, Cleveland avenue and others
to Green, Peoria, Desplalnes, Union
and other West Side cognomens 1b the
latest fad of the street nomenclature
fiends. Some of tho names proposed
to bo transferred to the North Side
have not very ewoot smelling histor
ies. But fads must bo persisted in to
please faddist officials.
President of the Sanitary District
Thomas A. Smyth can feel confident
that his honest and fearless record
has won for him tho confidence of the
pooplo irrespective of party affiliation.
Tho penny telephone will come In
time. Lower rates on all phones are
Following aro the home games of
the Chicago White Sox:
Cleveland May 2, 3, 4, 5
Detroit May 25, 26
Philadelphia June 1, 2, 3, 4
Washington Juno 5, 6, 7, 8
New York June 0, 10, 11, 12
Boston June 13, 14, 15, 18
St. Louis June 18, 10, 20, 22
Cloveland June 28
St. Louis June 25, 28
Cloveland July 4, 4
Detroit July 5, 6, 7
Boston July 27, 28, 29, 30
Now York July 31, Aug. 1, 2, 3
Washington Aug. 4, 5, 6, 7
Philadelphia Aug. 8, 9, 10, 11
Detroit Sept.'l, 2, 2
Clevoland Sept. 5, C, 7, 8
Boston Sopt. 10, 11, 12
Now York Sept. 13, 14, 15
Philadelphia Sept. 17, 18, 19
Washington Sept. 20, 21, 22
St. Louis Sopt. 29
ComlBkey Park, 35th and Shields
No imported beer on the market to
day has met with greater success than
that handled by August Luchow. The
Original Pilsener, from Pllsen, Bo
hemia, Is sold by this big concern, as
1b also the famous Wurzburger Hof
brau from Wursburg, Bavaria. These
beers -aro the favorites at Chicago's
loading clubs, restaurants and buffots.
They are without a peer. The Chicago
offices of August Luchow are located
in tho Stock Exchange building, 80
North LaSalle street and are under
the management of Hans Luchow. Mr,
Luchow has made a splendid record
for the business In the West and he
enjoys a widespread popularity among
Chicago's leading business men and
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A Malt tonic that stands for Purity
Talepkoae 621 DoIm
TIVOLI BREWING CO.
The Beer in the Green Bottle
3010 Cottarfe Grove Ave. Header cuoatfo aWasMii
CREAM OF MALT BEER
IS enCWKD SOLCLV BY THI
J. L. Hoerber
1617 ti I6I9; 21st PliM
JOHN J McI.AUOIlUK
I3BNJ U MITCHELL. Oracral Uaneutr
All Departments Telephon Jfel'oWBJl
Prenm.il II rick
No. 9 So. LaSalle St.
Hair and Fibre
Yard No. 1, 40th Ave. and Taylor St.
Yard No. 3, Nth and Lumber Sti.
Yard No. 5. 48th and Avondale Avei.
Phone Kcdcle 3189
Phone Central 758
Phone Jefferson Park 38
The Homan Pharmacy
Homan Ave and Harrison St.
An up-to-date Drug Store that
carries a complete line of Drugs,
Chemicals, Rubber goods, Toilet
Requisits, Cigars, Stationery and
- We Carry, Sell and Recommend
Blocki'a Empress Perfumes
A Natural Flower Product
A handsome Christmas Package
Our Motto: A aquara daal for ail
E. Bortutain, Prop.
CARL B. FOR8BURQ
Ota P. BOR1IAN
Forsburg & Borman
GENERAL TEAMING and EXPRESSING
OFFICE: 429 W. CHICAGO AVE.
Phone North 2391 CHICAGO
Distilled Water Ice Factory
Cor. Eddy St. and Seminary Ava.
Silver Lake, Wis.
deneva Lake, Wis.
BOYLE ICE CO.
535 MARINE BUILDING
LAKE AND LA SALLE STREETS
TELEPHONE MAIN 1099
1320 E. RAVBNSWOOD PARK 327 N. CARPENTER STREET
TELEPHONE EDOBWATER 1148 U27 EDDY STREET
TELEPHONE LAKB VIEW 416
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