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THE WEEK'S GOSSIP
irtrsonil Mtntion It Hard
Around Town About Mm
Who Aro Prominont in
TVk That Ic sing the Rounds
j to the Doings of Lead
had been given better government un
der the Deneen administration. Me
then turned over a few pages of for
gotten history of the Deneen regime.
Tho Telephone Trust Is still doing
business. Its dividends are Increas
ing every year. Tho charges to the
public are not decreasing.
That the Trust Is a combine In re
straint of trade Is evident to many
from its attempt In Chicago to put
its automatic competitor out of business.
A change of Governors will help
A vote for Edward F. Dunne Is a
vote for an honest man.
' Deneen is losing ground dally.
Judge Dunne will get an immense Re
Edward P. Dunne, Democratic can
didate for Governor, In a series ef
speeches down state, directed several
questions at Governor Deneen which
punctured tho Governor's defense of
the Increased cost of state administra
tion. At a rousing meeting of 6,000 citi
zens in Vandalla, Mr. Dunne quoted
Governor Deneen's reply that In re
turn for a great expenditure Illinois
tfoodrow Wilson from his private
car wrote a letter to .ludgo Dunne,
which tho latter made public express
ing his hope that the Judgo would bo
elected governor of Illinois.
Gov. Wilson declares much depends
on the election of Democratic state
officials in this stato and congratu
lates Judge Dunne on his present high
Gov. Wilson's letter to Judge Dunne
which is dated enrouto In his privato
car "Federal," follows:
"My Dear Judgo Dunne: I did not
havo an opportunity yesterday to ex
press to you my very deep Interest In
your election. It .seems to me 'that
the state of Illinois now has an ex
traordinary opportunity to turn away
from tho control and the practices
which have mortified her; and I have
deemed It a real privilege to assist in
your election In any way that It Is
possible to me to assist.
"I And my thoughts turning again
and again to Illinois, and both my
hope and my confidence deepening
that we shall all have the pleasure of
congratulating you and the state upon
your election as governor. It seems
to me that a great deal depends upon
It, and I congratulate you 'on your
present high opportunity. x
"Cordially and sincerely yours,
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Meeting hours tor City Council com
mittees are as follows:
Monday Streets and alleys, 2
o'clock; buildings, 3:30 o'clock.
Tuesday Schools and police, 11
o'clock; harbors, wharves and bridges,
2 o'clock; local Industries, 2 o'clock.
Wednesday Special park commis
sion, 10:30 o'clock; health, 2 o'clock;
local transportation, 2 o'clock; track
clovatton, 3:30 o'clock.
Thursday Gas, oil and electric
light, 2 o'clock; license, 3:30 o'clock;
water, 3:30 o'clock.
Friday Compensation, 11 o'clock;
Judiciary, 2 o'clock; finance, 2 o'clock;
bathing beaches, 3:30 o'clock,
Chairman Block of tho local trans
portation committee named the fol
Street Car Service Complaint
Northwest Side Twlgg, Hyldahl,
Clancy. North Side Capitaln, Llpps.
Southwest Side Schultz, Donahoe,
Stewart. South Side Fisher, Bergen,
Committee on Wllmette Extension
of tho Northwestern Elevated Railroad-Block,
Twlgg, Schultz, Fisher,
Through Routes Block, Llpps,
Committee to Keep In Touch With
the Elevated Road's Valuation Com
missionBlock, Rlchert, Llpps, Long.
Edward F. Dunne will be the next
governor of Illinois.
Colonel James Hamilton Lewis,
Democratic aoalaee (or United
States senator, In a speech at Mon
"Is my friend, Judge Sherman, my
opponent, in favor of Governor De
neen's tax on Illinois citizens for 120,
000,000, to be thereafter ten times
multiplied, for a waterway which
goes to the benefit of ull the states
or will he vote for tho opposing prop
osition that I announce which Is sup
ported now by Colonel Roosevelt
that voted 120,000,000 back to our
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Brewers of Lager Beer
people of Illinois, and making the
federal government pay for the Illi
nois waterway, Intended, as It Is, for
tho use of the wholo federal govern
ment? "Does Judge Sherman .Intend to
vote with Governor Deneen's proposi
tion or with Colonel Roosovelt? What
attltudo ns senator will my opponent
take7 Self-serving silence Is not cour
ageous statesmanship. Speak out,
Tho extent to which the American
people aro worked to tnatco money to.
dividends for the owners of tho tele
phono monopoly is shown In the an
nual report of the Bell system for
1912 from which we take the follow
"Tho gross revenue collected from
the public In 1911 for telephone serv
ice by the Bell 8ystem not Includ
ing the connected Independent com
panieswas $179,600,000; an increase
of nearly $14,000,000 over last year.
Of this, operation consumed $60,000,
000; taxes, $9,000,000 or 1 per cent
on the outstanding capital; current
maintenance, $30,200,000; and pro
vision for depreciation, $28,700,000.
The surplus was $51,600,000, of
which $13,600,000 was paid in Inter
est and nearly $26,000,000 was paid
Dunne for Governor Is the winning
slogan of Illinois Democrats.
Be with the winner and vote for
Dunne for Governor.
MIWUI AND BOTTLEM
Ollllliet 736 Nttllltg Dept., Tel. ClIllMt 863 Lake Shore, foot o, 27th Street
Canned Bunk for cnmnnlcrn unn la
being handed out by tho tireless pay
rou supporters of Deneen. It Is es
pecially intended to bo shot inside the
sweatbands of small sized Stetson
Aldermen who bellevn In worklnc
for the best Interests of the people
will demand lower telephone rates.
Judgo Dunne, In a speech at Pekln,
said: "Governor Deneen did not want
a direct primary law, but the political
exigencies were- such that ho could
not afford no legislation at all on the
subject. It was much the same with
civil service legislation. Ho showed
his spoils attltudo by midnight ap
pointments Just before tho act went
Tho voters havo mado up their
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Some moro new blood Is needed on
the Municipal Court bench.
Who rules Chicago, the aldermen or
tho phono company?
The enormous dividends paid to Its
stockholders by the Telephone Trust
are wrung from tho pockets of the
people by excessive telephone charges.
Tclephono rates roust bo reduced
and In time they will be.
The fact that one city council will
barter away the people's rights Is no
reason why succeeding councils should
do the same.
The fight for cheaper telephone
service will go on until It Is won.
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Election of municipal Judges should
bo held by Itself. ' It Is purely a mu
nicipal affair and It Is not right they
should be voted for at a big county
and state election.- They should be
voted for at tho spring election In
April or at a scperato election in
M. M. Connory has established a
garago at 2C30 Wabash avonuo which
Is one of tho finest In tho city. It will
tnko good caro of nil kinds of automo
biles and Is fully equipped to charge
People who aro looking for first
class truck storngo or nutomobllo
spaco, will do well to patronize Mr.
Connery. Mr. Connory Is n brothor
of John T. Connery, tho well-known
coal merchant, and of Prank D. Con
nery, the city clork. Ho is a life-long
resident of Chicago and hns hosts of
friends In all walks of lifo.
The Home Brewery U not only CM
cafo'a youngest brewery, but It Is one
of her taoet successful. No brewery
la the United States ever achieved
success tn such a short time as the
Home Brewery. Its beer already has
a reputation among Um lovers of good
beer as being par excellence. The
Home Brewery also bottles Its beer
and a case can be 'had by calling up
Humboldt 9310. Advertisement.
Vote for Dunno and bo with tho
This Is a good year to Infuse new
blood Into the Municipal Court
No Imported beer on tne market to
day has met with greater success than
that handlod by August Luchow. The
Original PUsencr, from Pllson, Bo
hemia, Is sold by this big concorn, as
Is also the famous Wurzburgor Hof
brau from Wursburg, Bavaria. These
beers aro the favorites at Chicago's
leading clubs, restaurants and buffets.
They are without a peer. The Chicago
offices of August Luchow are-located
In the Stock Exchange building, 80
North LaSalle street and are under
the management of Hans Luchow. Mr.
Luchow has mado 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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