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THE CHICASO KAOLE.
New York and Chicago
SOLE IMPORTER OF
"Wurzburger Hofbrau" & "Original Pilstner"
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GnMscnKhitulrMcrtl, film, stall
HANS LUCHOW, Western Representative
Office: CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BLDG.
Room 513, 30 N. La Salle Street
Telephones Auto 36-353; Franklin 91
FRED KUEHL, Manager
The Rienzi Co
626 DIVERSEY PARKWAY
Corner Evanston Avenue
and Clark Street
Lake View 111 and 806
Gathered from All Quarters
About Mm Talked About
in the Walks of
Mer Who Are Candidates and
Men Who Are Not and What
Cottage Grove Ave. and 39th St.
Our banquet facilities open for inspection.
Wedding and dinner parties of all
kinds solicited. Menus
Judge 'Edward Osgood Brown Is
strongly mentioned (or Attorney Gen
eral in President Wilson's cabinet.
His appointment would prove a pop
ular one In Illinois.
Candidates (or city treasurer will
bo now making their appearance.
Chicago Is plo tor the Phone Trust.
The proposition to elect aldermen
for four years is a bad ono. Goad
aldermen can be re-elected every two
years. While four years Is too long
to wait to get a crack at a man who
betrays the people's Interests.
The net earnings of the Telephone
Trust Increased from 14,270,109 la
1900 to $23,095,389 In 1910.
And yet the Trust wants to squeeze
more money out of Chicago people.
NEW YORK CHICAOO ST. LOUIS SAN FRANCISCO
The A. H. Meyer Co.
Manchener Lowcnbran-Marzen and Bock
' ALT-PILSENER (PHsenetzer Braulau)
OLD PILSEN, BOHEMIA
35 So. Dearborn St., Room 761
PktM RtaJolph 4905 H. N. CLAUSSEN, Mgr.
vaiai t majci ut uive
Packers and Provision
Sedgwick Stand Beethoven Place. Chicago
Telephone Dearbera 345
Bhe KAISER GARDEN
Cor. Addison and Halsted Streets.
Table d'Hote :: a La Carte
All Kinds of Se& Food Trash Every Day.
Evenings and Every Sunday Afternoon
RUDOLF WOSSLICK. Prop.
Phoae L. V. 6292
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Mil AUNT P TBI SMP IffAtSS
PILSEN, HOFBRAUMAUS, MUBNCH1N
CHisAee emca. a
PALE PERFECTO BEER
A Pavortts With Everybody
Aat For H At Yeur
Club. Cafe or Restaurant
A ntw place to eat, 362 WEST MADISON STREET, Jutt west of Market Street.
Withes to announce the opening of a new RESTAURANT with table and quick
lunch service at the above location. The tame attention to patrons will be given
at this new place ae that of the other Potthaet plaeea that have become so fa
moiie throughout Chicago. EVERYTHING la wholesome and prepared to your
taste. Every precaution is taken to please you and to make you a friend of the
most up-to-date moderate priced rettaurants In the city.
POTTHAST conducts SEVEN of the best and most sanitary restaurants In
the loop. The name tells the story.
If you should be any place down town Just remember you ean atop at any
of the following places and be served with all the courtesy you eould receive at
home. Remember the addresses of the well established Potthaet places.
SS3 WEST MADISON STREET, just west of Market Street.
Two Placasi 8. W. Corner MADISON and FRANKLIN STREETS.
Two Places! N. W. Corner STATE and VAN BUREN STREETS. "
American and Chop Suty, Second and Third Floora.
Two Places) 8. E. Corner MARKET and MADISON STS.f with Cigar Stsnd.
The manner In which the capital
stock of the Chicago Telephone Com
pany has been Increased should be
investigated by the Aldermen.
The crop of aldermanlo aspirants
for next spring promises to be un
Tho appointment of Albert J, Hop
kins to tho scat In tho United States
Senate that ho was so unjustly de
prived of would meet with tho hearty
approval of all Illlnolsans.
Dent the Tclophono Trust.
FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS. ETC.
H. JAMES KOLZE'5
PINE ELECTRIC PARK
AMD NOTBL ACCOMMODATIONS
Car. snrtaf Park atastraH aad N. W. 4ti Strati
WJUKEI 4 IIRK BREWIffl CO.
The traveler, who was askea by a elcricaJ-lookiaf ieOees.
pessiager whether ar Dot he drank, easy have been jastttta,
v asters answerisg, la asking whether the qoeedea was aa easeaijf
ar imwMtio. Bat say advice ta yea, ana, is "Let net
epaaftaalty slta between year aagetB.' Take It,
sack s ejaery li pet to yew, as a frtui auaaiea,
is wkkJa coavcaieat reaea a saaplr at
BHEEN if KENNEDY. CHICAOO
ef Ciat Creek Boufeaa
It would only bo common Justlco for
tho Governor to appoint Albert J. Hop
kins to fill tho vacancy existing in tho
United States Senatorshlp from Illi
nois. Ho was tho choice of his party
at tho primary and was betrayed.
Tho city is entitled to 3 per cent of
tho gross receipts of the company.
Does It get It?
Aldermen who believe In working
for the best Interests of the people
will demand lower telephone rates.
Are aldermen elected by tho people
of Chicago to look after their Interests
going to help tho Telephone Trust,
when the whole country Is moving
Judge Charles A. Williams is making
a good record on tho Municipal bench.
The Chicago Eagle, In common with
all users of the telephone, Is anxious
to securo better service and lower
rates and Is fighting along that line.
Tho Phono Trust wants tho City
Council to maintain its high rates.
The telephone trust contemplates
another big publlo Improvement It
Is going to raise Its dividend.
Every tlmo you go to tho tolophono
you fool like voting against a mau
who favors tho Phono Trust.
What are tho aldermen going to do
In the matter of telephone tariff reduction?
The number of aspirants for City
Treasurer promlsea to bo unusually
THE AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE.
For a good many years the Chicago
publlo had ample opportunity to ob
serve what telephone monopoly meant
In the way of service,
Tho rates had been raised several
times and threats ofanother raise
were being made. Thoro was talk of
abolishing certain forms of residence
service The publlo was treated with
scant courtesy. There were Intermin
able delays In changing old phones
and installing now ones.
Then camo the automatic telephone,
bringing with it tho much noeded
spur of competition.
Immediately tho utmost efforts to
Improvo tho manual sorvlco wore
Out it Is a cold, hard fact that tbeso
efforts havo boon to a largo dogreo
unsuccessful. It Is simply a physical
Impossibility to mako manual sorvlco
como anywhero near tho remarkablo
efficiency of tho automatic.
Tho reason Is obvious. The auto
matic is a higher development of the
It has eliminated the hugo coat and
groat uncertainty of tho human
It has rondo telephoning secret,
quick, low In cost
On tho Automatic telopbono a ma
chine quick as llghtuln';, absolutely
accurnto gets your nuubor for you.
Thoro aro no nit;--;, no delays, no
Automatic tclophono service has re
ceived a tremendous welcome In Chi
cago, Automatic service has doubled
and doubled again until over 400,000
calls per day are bolng handled.
And all this In the face of one of
the most poworful monopolies the
world haa ever seen,
For better telephone service, phone
for your Automatic today Commer
cial Dept., 33-111.
Illinois Telephone A Telegraph Co,,
162 West Menrts ttflsst
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WEST SIDE BREWERY CO.
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3084 THE C0NRAD Hipp BREWINClLi.CALlJMET
TOOT OF 27)71 9T. . CHICI'P 869
john j. Mclaughlin,
Pro. and Trent.
DBNJ. M. MITCHELL, General Manager
All Departments Telephone j Auto 31931
I EtmtiituMi I
No. 9 So. La Salle St.
Hair and Fibre
Yard No. I 40th Ave. and Taylor St.,
.Yard No. & 14th and Lumber Sts.,
Yard No. 5 48th and Avondalc Avcs.,
Yard No. 7 638 Kingsbury,
Yard No. 9 1800 Balmoral Ave.,
Yard No. II N. E. Cor. 16th St. & S. 48th Ave, Cicero
Phone Kedzle 3020
Phone Kcdzle 3198
Phono Canal 230
Phone Irving Park 328
Phone Central 757
Phono Ravcnswood 64
TANNER & CONLEY
HUT-CLASS WORK AT UODKRATB PRICES
72 W. Waahington St CHICAGO
m Talaphsjasj Central 224
WX RENT TUXKDOS AND FULL DR1SS iDlTt
A ft CAXTB
J. & CAMTW
Z. R. Carter & Bra.
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GRAIN and HAY
Haiti mm4 JM Sir is
The Homan Pharmacy
Homan Ave. and Harrlaon St.
An up-to-date Drug Store that
carries a complete line of Drugi,
Chemicals, Rubber goods, Toilet
Requisits, Cigars, Stationery and
We Carry, Sell and Recommend
Blocki's Empress Perfumes
A Natural Flower Product
A handsome Christmas Package
Oar Mottot A square) deal for all
E. Barnstain, Prop.
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JOHN E. MALONEY
1607 N. PAULINA STREET
rHONE HONKOE 1 003
3313 N. CALirOBNIA AVE.
Thaaa Byaboldt 43
30 10 BELMONT AVE.
rhoaa RaaboUt I3S
CARL B. rORSBORO
6BA F. BORMAN
Forsburg & Borman
GENERAL TEAMING and EXPRESSING
OFFICEi 42t W. CHICAGO AVE.
Phoao North 234)1 .