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CHICAQO ST. LOUIS
The A. H. Meyer Co.
Mancheaer Lowcnbrti-Marzen aid Bock
ALT-PILSENER (Pilseietzer Braikaaa)
OLD PILSEN, BOHEMIA
35 So. Dearborn St., Room 71
Phot fUedolpa 4905 H. N. CLAUSSEN, Mgr.
FRED KUEHL, Manager
The Rienzi Co.
626 DIVERSEY PARKWAY
Corner Evanston Avenue
and Clark Street
Lake View III and 806
Cottage Grove Ave. and 39th St.
Our banquet facilities open for inspection.
Wedding and dinner parties of all
kinds solicited. Menus
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Gathered from All Quartan
About Man Talked About
in tha Walks of
Men Who Are Candidates and
Men Who Are Not and What
New York and Chicago
SOLE IMPORTER OP
"Wurzburgcr Hofbrau" "Original Pilscner"
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CtiMuucktrU'lftMrtl, Nmi. Ssheaia
HANS LUCHOW, Western Representative
Office: CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BLDO.
Room 513. 30 N. La Salle Stmt
Telephones: Auto 36-353 Franklin 91
Bhe KAISER GARDEN
Cor. Addison and Halated Streets.
Table d'Hote a La Carte
All Kinds of Saa Foed Fresh Every Day.
Evenings and Every Sunday Afternoon
RUDOLF WOSSLICK. Prop.
Fhona L. V. 6292
Fred W. Blocki, Democratic nomi
nee for the board of review, won the
prize for being the best cook at tho
Bartzen clam-bake In Oak Forest.
Saturday. He won from "Fish" Mur
ray on a toss-up after Judges Maclay
Hoyno and Anton Cermak and Bart
sen had given up tho task of deciding
between the two.
Who rules Chicago, tho aldermen or
the phono company?
Edward F. Dunne will be the next
governor of Illinois.
PRIDE of the BAR
The Easiest and Quickest Cleaning
Preparation in the Market
FOR POMSHINO COPPER, BRASS. ZINC, NICKBL,
BAR PIXTURBS ud Oraml HoaitboM Artie!.
ItUStlf-Actlnr. No Rabbins Requited.
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED
SampU FREE enAppUcatitn
160 N. 5th Avenue CHICAGO
A nsw place to est, SBS WBST MADISON STRUT, lust vmt of Market Street
Wlshss to announce the opening of a nsw RBSTAUAANT with table and quick
lunch service at the above location. Tho same attention to p.trone will be given
at this new Place as thst of the other Fotthsst places that have become so fa
mous throughout Chicago. BVSRYTHINOS Is wholesome and prepared to your
taate. Bvery precaution le taken to please you and to make you a friend of the
most up-to-date moderate priced reatauranta In the city.
POTTHAST conducte saVBN of the best and meet unitary restaurants In
the loop. The name telle the story.
If you oheuld be any plaee down town Just remember you csn.etop at any
of the following placee and be eerved with all the courtesy you eeuld receive at
home. Remember the addresses of the well established Fotthtit pisses.
SM WBST MADISON STRBBT, Just wsst of Market Street
Two Placeet S. W. Corner MADISON and FRANKLIN STF.BBTS.
Two Placee: N. W. Corner STATB and VAN BURBN STRBBTS.
American and Chop Susy. Second and Third Floors.
Twe Plaasei S. 8. Corner MARKBT and MADISON STS wtth Cite Stand.
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PALE PERFECTO BEER
A Favorite With Everybody
FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC
H. JAMBS KOLlZE'S
PINE ELECTRIC PARK
AND NOTBL ACCOMMODATIONS
Cat. Inrftac Part ieeisyara same" N. Wi 4ta
As For H At Yeur
Club, Cafe mr Restaurant
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Mseeager wbetber or aot be draah, aoay Dave bees
before aasweriag, hi asking whether the qaestfan was aa
er sa imjm. Bat aay advice b yea, ana. la "Let sea
oaportaaltr aH betsrsea pear Iff." Take it.
aah a ejaory Is pat bs yea, as a prnnkut asiaiaWai
ah. tha abare is wfchea caaveaieat reach a sapatr ei
PMBN if KENNEDY. CJPCAOO
The extent to which the Ainerlcaa
people are worked to make money fe.
dividends for tho owners of the tele
phone monopoly Is ahown In the Ma
nual report of tho Bell ayatem for
1912 from which we take the follow
"The gross revenue collected from
tho public In 1911 for telephone serv
ice by the Bell System not Includ
ing the connected Independent com
panieswas 1179,600,000; an increase
of nearly 114,000,000 over last year.
Of this, operation consumed 160,000,
000; taxes, 19,000,000 or 1 per cent
on the outstanding capital; current
maintenance, 130,200,000; and pro
vision for depreciation, $28,700,000.
The surplus was 151,600,000, of
which $13,600,000 waa paid In inter
est and nearly 128,000,000 waa paid
Make the third rail roads "elevate"
In every county In Illinois.
STATEMENT OP OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT, ETC., OP CHICAGO
EAGLE, published weekly at Chicago,
Illinois, required by Act of August 24,
Note. This statement is to be
mndo In duplicate, both copies to bo
delivered by the publisher to the post
master, who will send one copy to the
Third Assistant Postmaster General
(Division of Classification), Washing
ton, D. C, and retain tho other in the
flies of the poatofnee.
Editor, Henry P. Donovan, 179 West
Washington street, Chicago.
Managing Editor, Henry F. Dono
van, 179 West Washington street, Chi
cago. Publisher, Henry P. Donovan, 179
West Washington street, Chicago.
Owners (if a corporation, give
names and addresses of stockholders
holding 1 per cent, or .more of total
amount of atock):
Henry F. Donovan, 179 Wost Wash
ington street, Chicago.
Cornelia E. Donovan, 900 Webster
John M. Donovan, 179 West Wash
ington street, Chicago.
Known bondholders, mortgagees
and other security-holders, holding 1
per cent, or more of total amount of
bonds, mortgagee and other se
curities: HENRY P. DONOVAN,
Editor and Publisher.
Sworn and subscribed bofore me this
30th day of September, 1912,
(Seol) A. A. WORSLEY,
(My commission expires September
"Some more new blood Is needed on
the Municipal Court bench.
Investigate the telephone receipts.
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JOHN J MeLAUOHLIN
Pre, and TreM.
BBNJ M M1TCHBLL. Om.nl M.ucr
AIIDepertmMM TUfhoM AuIo'iiIb
No. 9 So. LaSalle St
Hair and Fibre
Yard No. 1, 40th Ave. aad Tayter St.
Yard No. J, 14th aad Lanber at.
Yard No. 1. 48th aad Avsadsto Avss.
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Vote for Dunne and bo with tho
THE AUTOMATIC TILKPHONK.
For a good many yeara the Chicago
public had ample opportunity to ob
serve what' telephone monopoly meant
In the way of service.
The rates had been raised several
times and threata of another ralae
were being made. There waa talk of
abolishing certain forma of realdence
service. The public waa treated with
scant courtesy. There were Intermin
able delaya In changing old phones
and Installing new ones.
Then came the automatto telephone,
bringing with it tho much needed
spur of competition.
Immediately the utmost efforts to
Improve the manual service wore
But It Is a cold, hard fact that these
efforts have been to a largo degree
unsuccessful. It la simply a physical
Impossibility to make manual service
come anywhere near the remarkable
efficiency of the automatic.
The reason is obvious. The auto
matto Is a higher development of the
It has eliminated the huge cost and
great uncertainty of the human
It has made telephoning secret,
quick, low in cost.
On the Automatic telephone a ma
chinequick as lightning, absolutely
accurate geta your number for you.
There are no bitches, no delays, no
Automatic telephone service haa re
ceived a tremendous welcome In Chi
cago. Automatlo service baa doubled
and doubled again until over 400,000
calls per day are being handled.
And all this In the face of one of
the most powerful monopolies the
world haa ever seen.
For better tolephoas serriee, phase
for your Automatlo today Commer
cial Dept, 38-111.
llllnele Telephone 4 Telegraph Ce.,
118 Weet Menree Street
TANNER & CONLEY
wasr-ctAii WORK AT UODMKATM PSfCSS
72 W. Weahinf ton St CHICAGO
TelepheBe Csstrsl 224
WB HINT TUXBDOa AND FULL DUMB BURB
1. R CARTBR
J. & CAaffaW
Z. R. Carter A Bra.
WHOLBSALM DMALBRS J
GRAIN and HAY
Hmlf4 autsf HUM StriM
The Homan Pharmacy
Homan Ave. ssd Harrison St.
An up-to-date Drug Store that
carries a complete line of Drugs,
Chemicals, Rubber goods, Toilet
Requisits, Cigars, Stationery and
Ws Carry, Sell and Recommend
Blocki Efnpreas Perfumes
A Natural Flower Product
' A handsome Christmas Package
Osr Mottet A aquars deal for all
E. BarastaHs, Prop.
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JOHN E. MALONEY
1607 N. PAULINA STBEET
rBONB MONBOE I8BS
9313 N. CALirOBNIA AVE.
raeaa heMt 49
3019 BELMONT AVB.
rhone BaabaUt IBS
CAM B. rOUBOSS
Forsburg & Borman
GENERAL TEAMING ad EXPRESSING
OFFICES 420 W. CWCAGO AVE. ,
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