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THE CHtAGO tA&t-..,
CHICAQO ST. LOUIS
FRED KUEHL, Manager
The A. H. Meyer Co.
Mnncheier Lowenbriu-Marzen and Bock
ALT-PILSENER (Pilsenctier BraaMa-a)
OLD PILSEN, BOHEMIA
35 So. Dearborn St., Room 71
Psas Rasslefsh 4905 H. N. CLAUSSEN, Mgr.
The Rienzi Co,
626 D1VERSEY PARKWAY
Corner Evanston Avenue
and CJark 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
Gathared from All Quartan
About Man Talked About
in tha Walks of
Men Who Are Candidates and
Men Who Are Not and What
Dunno has tho people with him and
they count on election days.
Vote for James M. Farrell for state
representative In the Twenty-ninth
Vote for Joseph F. Connery for Ro
corder of Deeds. His record as a
business man and as a citizen is a
guarantee of his fidelity as a public
New York and Chicago
SOLE IMPORTER OP
"Wurzburger Hofbrau" & "Original Pilstner"
i, Winbwf, liTirU
GtaMMMdurulraitrtl, PIIms, Nasals
HANS LUCHOW, Western Representative
Office: CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANOE BLDO.
Room 313, 30 N. La Salle Street
Telephones: Auto 36-333; Pranklia91
PRIDE of the BAR
The Easiest and Quickest Cleaning
Preparation in the Market
FOR POM8HINO COPPER. DRA83. ZINC. NICKEL.
BAR PIXTURBS and Otaml Hoaeibotd Articles.
It U StU-Actlnf . No Rubbing Required.
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED
Samptt FREE en Application
160 N. Sth Avenue CHICAGO
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PILSEN, HOFBRAUHAUS, MUENCH1N
ctiio.ee emca. sm ntmrn ojunc stabt
Bhe KAISER GARDEN
Cor. Addison and Halsted Streets.
Table d'Hote :: a La Carte
All Kinds of Sea Food Fraah Every Day.
Evenings and Every Sunday Afternoon
RUDOLF WOSSLICK, Prop.
Phoaa L. V. 6292
Every Indication points to the elec
tion of William J. Staplcton as State
Senator In the Sixth District. His
splendid record, coupled with his
wide spread popularity, makes victory
for him on November 5 almost a cer
A new place to eat, 3Sf WIIT MADISON STREET, just 'weet of Market Street
Wlshss to announce the opening of a now RESTAURANT with table and quick
luneh atrvlee at the above location. The same attention to patrona will be given
at this new place as that of the other Potthact places that have become eo fa
moua throughout Chicago. BVBRVTHINQ Is wholesome end prepared to your
taste. Bvsry precaution is taken to please you and. to make you a friend of the
most up-to-date moderate priced restaurants In tho city.
POTTHAST cenducte SEVEN of tho best and most esnltary restaurants In
the loop. The name tolls the story.
If yeu should be any place down town Just remember you esn stop at any
of tho following placee and be served with all the courtesy you could receive at
home. Remember the addresses of ths wsll sstsbllshsd Potthait placee.
SB WEST MADISON STREET, just wsst of Market Street.
Two Placed S. W. Corner MADISON and FRANKLIN STREETS.
Two Plaeeet N. W. Corner STATE and VAN BUREN STREETS.
Amerlean and Chop Susy, Second and Third Floors.
Two Places: a. E. Corner MARKET and MADISON STS., with Cigar Stand.
FOR PICNICS. FESTIVALS, ETC
H. JAMES KOLZE'S
FINE ELECTRIC PARK
. . .
AND HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
Car. .trial Park Bmtorui att N. W. 4ts Street
James M. Dalley has been endorsed
for Sanitary Trustee by the United
Electrical League. His election by a
big plurality Is predicted on all sides.
Be with the winner vote for Dunno
The Chicago Telephone Company is
bound by Its franchise to submit to
any order passed by the city council
regulating either its charge or its
equipment. Section 7 of the ordi
nance granting the franchise says:
"The city council as one of the con
ditions of the grant of the privileges
herein conferred upon the Chicago
Telephone Company hereby rcservea
to itself the right from time to time
during the period of this grant, by
special ordinance amendatory here
of, to hereafter establish, fix, pre
scribe, and regulate tho rates, charges
prices and tolla or other compensa
tion or any limitations thereupon for
each and every kind of service, fa
cilities, and equipment which the Chi
cago Telephone Company furnishes
or supplies or may furnish or supply
In the city of Chicago under tbla or
dinance, and also the basis, method,
manner, and meana of computing, ex
acting, impostng, paying, and collect
ing such rates, charges, prices, and
tolls or other compensation of said
Chicago Telephone Coompany."
Elsewhere in the franchise, in sec
tion 5, ia found this paragraph:
"The city council shall have tha
right by ordinance to regulate from
time to time during the term here
of in any manner each and every
kind of service which said Chi
cago Telephone Company may here
after deal In, furnish or supply in the
city of Chicago under or by virtue
of this grant"
In section 16 is found this pro
vision: "But said Chicago Telephone Com
pany by the acceptance of this ordi
nance shall be understood as pre
cluded from in any manner attack
tng or questioning the power of the
city of Chicago to exercise the author
ity, powers, privileges, and rlghta
hereby reserved or granted, or any of
By section 17 the company agreed
that In the event of its default "In
the observance or performance" of
any of the agreements of the ordi
nance continuing three months after
written notice from the city the coun
cil can declare the grant "and all the
rights and privileges" of the company
forfeited and at an end.
PALE PERFECTO BEER
A Favorite, With Everybody
A Por It At Yeur
Club, Gftfe or Restaurant
WACKER 4 IIRK BREWING CO.
MAlT BSnt to a lark, Mae N.
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The traveler, was) was asked by a clerlcal-lookiag feftW
'paseeager whether eraetaedraak, nay hare beea jestified,
before aasweriag.ia asking whether the question was as mtjtmry
er aa imvitmtiu Bat any advice te yen, sob, ia "Lot as
ppertaaity slip betweea yew Raters." Tske it waeaever
sack) a ojaery Is pat to yea, as a fritting tmvitmtum, prwrkisa,
safe, tkat there is vitals ceavtalaat reach a sappry el
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(BREEN V KENNEDY, CHICAGO
af Cedar Crath Iloarbaa--
Joseph E. Bldwill, Jr., has made a
fine record as Clerk of the Circuit
Court. Re-elect him.
THE AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE.
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 threats of another raise
were' being made. There was talk of
abolishing certain forms of residence
sorvlco. The public was treated with.
scant courtesy. There wore intermin
able delays In changing old phones
and Installing new ones. s
Then came tho automatic telephone,
bringing with It tho much needed
spur of competition.
Immediately tho utmost efforts to
Improve the manual service were
But it Ib a cold, hard fact that these
efforts have been to a largo degree
unsuccessful. It is simply a physical
Impossibility to make manual service
como anywhere near the remarkable
efficiency of the automatic.
The reason Is obvious. The auto
matic 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 gota your number for you.
Thero are no hitches, no delays, no
Automatic telephone service has re
ceived a tromendous welcome in Chi
cago. Automatic service has doubled
and doubled again until over 400,000
calls per day are being bandied.
And all this in the face of one of
the most powerful monopolies the
world haa ever seen.
Fo better telephone service, phone
for your Automatic today Commer
cial Dept., 33-111.
Illinois Telephone A Telegraph Co.,
102 West Monroe Strsst
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3084 THE CONRAD SEIrTBriNCfecATSMET
FOOT OF 27 1" ST. CHIC M 869
A Malt tonic that stands for Purity
JOHN J. Mct-AUOIIMN,
Prei. and Treat.
UENJ. M. MITCHELL, General Manager
All Dtpartmcnti Telephono Auto'SlMI
No. 9 So. La Salle St.
Hair and Fibre
Yard No. I 40th Ave. and Taylor St.,
Yard No. I 14th and Lumber Sts.,
Yard No. 5 48th and Avondale Aves.,
Yard No. 7 638 Kingsbury,
Yard No. 9 1800 Balmoral Ave.,
Yard No. II N. E. Cor. 16th St. & S. 48th Ave., Cicero
Phone Kcdzle 3020
Phone Kedzie 3198
Phone Canal 230
Phone Irving Park 328
Phone Central 787
Phone Ravenswood 64
TANNER & CONLEY
mur-cLAss work at moderate mtews
72 W. Waahinf ton St CHICAGO
Talapkaa Caalral 224
WB RBNT TUX1DOS AND PULL DRSM BURS
M. . CATM
J. B CAMWR
Z. R. Carter & Bro,
WHOLMMALM OMALBH0 AW
GRAIN and HAY
HmlMf mm Mk Stria
The Homan Pharmacy
Homaa Ava. aad Harrlaoa St.
An up-to-date Drug Store that
carries a complete line of Druga.
Chemicals. Rubber goods, Toilet
Requisits, Cigara, Stationery and
We Cany, Sell and Recommend
Blockl's Empress Perfumes
A Natural Flowar Product
A handsome Christmas Package
Oar Mottot A aquara deal for all
E. Barastain, Prop.
CABRIAOE raiVATE AMBULANCE
JOHN E. MALONEY
1657 N. PAULINA STREET
PHONE MONROE 18B3 .
12313 N. GALiroaNIA AVE. 3010 BELMONT AVE.
'boa Hunboldl 43 '-boa Haaibalil 135
CARL E. VOMBURO
BO. P. SORKAlt
Forsburg & Borman
GENERAL TEAMING and EXPRESSING
OFFICE. 42t W. CHICAGO AVE.
Phoaa North 2391 CHICAGO
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