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ITEMS OF INTEREST
Gathered from All Quartan
About Mtn Talked About
in the Walks of
New York and Chicago
SOLE IMPORTER OP
Wurzburger Hofbrau" & "Original Pilscncr
FRED KUEHL, Manager
The Rienzi Co.
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GtnMstnschifti-Brtsertl, Pilitn, thcali
626 DIVERSEV PARKWAY
Men Vho Are Candidates and
Men Who Are Not and Whst
Corner Evanston Avenue
and Clark Street
HANS LUCHOW, Western Representative
Office: CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BLDG.
Room 513, 30 N. La Sails Street
Telephones: Auto 36-333; Franklin 91 s
ACT JtmC 30 190ft
SERIAL NO 48U3.
Lake View II Land 806
JiBh. WEST SlbJ ;.BREWERY CQ.
Alderman Henry D. Capltafn will
hnvo llttlo troublo In winning a re
nomination in ttao Twenty-fifth ward.
He has made a record during his first
term that has gained for him tho
friendship of tho best citizens In the
" JT" PAULINA ""AUttUai Sid. ir.rL. Tpi
3084 THE CONRAD 5ElBREWINfe.cALUMET
FOOT OF 27 n ST. CHICAM 869
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North.aat , Corner
Cottage Grove Ave. and 39th St.
meriGas Finest Beer
Detivered direct frvm
the Brewery, tittup Hbsi
650 and Order a Case.
Our banquet facilities open for inspection.
Wedding and dinner parties of all
kinds solicited. Menus
She KAISER GARDEN
Cor. Addison and Halsted Streete.
Table d'Hote a, La Carte
All Kind of Sea Foed Fresh Every Day.
Evenings and Every Sunday Afternoon
RUDOLF WOSSLICK. Prop.
Phoae L. V. 6292
A new place to ut,3HWIIT MADISON STRHT.Iuit west of Market Street.
Wlahea to announce the opening of a new RBSTAURAnT with table and quick
lunch service at the above location. The eamo attention, to patrona will be given
at thle new place aa that of the other. Potthast pieces that have become eo fa
mous throughout Chicago. BVBRYTHINO Is wholeeome and prepared to your
taste, (very precaution la taken to pleaee 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 sanitary roetauranta In
the loos. Tha name tall, tha atarv.
Oscar F. Mayer & Bro.
Packers and Provision I
I Sedgwick St and Beethoven Place. Ckicago
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If you should be any place down town Just remember you can atop at any
Touowing piacee ana db s.rvaa wun an nm lounin you couia receive ai
Remember the addressee of the well established Potthast places.
of the following placee anc
WIST MADISON STRBBT. Just west of Market Street.
Two Placest S. W. Cornsr MADISON and FRANKLIN STRUTS.
Two Plaoeet N. W. Corner STATS and VAN BURIN STRBBTS. "
American and Chop Susy, Second and Third Floors.
Two Plscesi S. B. Cornsr MARKBT and MADISON STS., with Cigar Stand.
PILSEN, IiOPlRAUMAUS, MUBNCH1N
PALE PERFECTO BEER
A Favorite) With everybody
Aa For H At Yeur
Club, Cafe er Restaurant
WACKEl 4 IIRK BREWW8 CO.
FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS. ETC
H. JAMES KOLZE'5
PINB ELBCTRIC PARK
AN NOTM. ACCOMMODATIONS
Ctr. IrtNt Ni Merer mi N. W. iitk Street
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The traveler, whe wag ashed by a clerkaWleekfaf feleaa.
passenger whether er sot be drama, may have beea Jetlis
hoiere aaeweriag, la asking whether the qneetloa was aa tofaaVy
er aa ImvUmtim, Bat mj advice te yew, sah, is "Let sal
srvaaily slip betweea year lagers." Take K, whsaevar
each a cjaory k pat yea, as a tmatmt trnfttwUnt, yresaat,
aah. that there la watts ceaveaieas reach a eaaaJy ef
(BMEN If KENNEDY. CHICAOO
Creek Brmrbasi BeeSaS Si Basal
Harry H. Lamport's many friends
are urging him to again make the race
for alderman In tho Twenty-third
Ward. Tho great run he mado before,
when ho cut down a Republican plu
rality of 3,500 to a bare COO, makes his
candidacy a favorite one.
Frank L. Fowler, tue well-known
attorney, who made such a grand race
for Congress In the Tenth District, is
being talked of by many Democrats
for Judge of tho Superior Court bench.
Aid. Victor J. Schaeffer was unani
mously Indorsed for renomlnatlon and
re-election at a meeting held by mem
bers of tho Twenty-second Ward
Democratic club in Springfield hall,
Willow and North Halsted streets.
Petitions wero presented at the meet
ing containing the names of 2,000
voters who favored tho renomlnatlon
and election of Aid. Schaeffer.
Charles K. Merrlam will mako tho
raco for alderman In the Seventh
ward. Ho will run as a nonpartisan
candidate. The offer to nominate him
came in a letter from the Woodlawh
Business Men's association, to which
wero attached the signatures of some
1,100 business men of that section.
Chicago nover had a bettor City
Treasurer than Henry Stuckart. Ho
is an able, conscientious and hard
working publlo official.
James S. Hopkins, the well known
attorney, would servo tho people well
on the bench..
President of the Sanitary District
Thomas A. Smyth is a public official
who is at all times working In the In
terests of the taxpayers. i
Cook county never had an abler or
more conscientious county Judge
than John, B. Owens.
When the Ben monopoly was work
ing overtime to get the city council
to knock out the Illinois Tunnel Tele
phone Company's franchise Mayor
Harrison expressed himself as believ
ing that better service could be ob
tained from a dual telephone service
than from a single one.
"In every instance that I have been
personally informed of," he said, "the
two systems have been about as cheap
to the consumer aa one. Competition
seems to -produce better service. I
really believe that better service can
be expected from two companies than
Homo rule means phone rule,
Waltor E. Schmidt, tho popular bus
IncsB man and former County As
sessor, is strongly mentioned by lead
ing Republicans for City Treasurer.
If "Home Rule" In the matter of
public utilities means Phone Rule, the
people don't want It.
In Albert O. Wheelor the financial
and business world of Chicago has for
a leader a man who enjoys the highest
esteem of the people.
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.
The rates had been raised several
times and threats of another raise
were being made. There 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 new ones,
Thon came the automatic telephone,
bringing with it the much needed
spur of competition.
Immediately the utmost efforts to
improve the manual service wero
But It Is a cold, hard tact that these
efforts huvo been to a large 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
telephone principle. ,
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
chine quick aa lightning, absolutely
accurate gets your number for you.
There are no hitches, no delays, no
Automatio telephone service has re
ceived a tremendous welcome In Chi
cago. Automatio service has doubled
and doubled again until over 400,000
calls per day are being handled.
And all this In the face ot one ot
the most powerful monopolies the
world haa ever seen.
For better telephone service, phone
for your Automatio today Commer
cial Dept, 33-111.
Illinois Telephone A Telegraph Ce.,
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J. L. Hoirbir
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JOHN J. MeLAUOHLIN,
Prct. and Tress, a
BENJ.tM. MITCHELL. Osntral Mansger
' AU DtpartnsoU Ttlephons AitoJlMI
No. 9 So. LaSalle St.
Hair and Fibre
Yard No. I 40th' Ave. and Taylor St.,
Yard No. 3 14th and Lumber SU.,
Yard No. 5 48th and Avondale Aves.,
Yard No. 7 638 Kingsbury,
Yard No. 9 1800 Balmoral Ave.,
Yard No. 1 1 N. E. Cor. 16th St. ft S. 48th Ave., Cicero
Phone Canal 33S
Phone Irving Park 331
Phons Central 717
Phone Ravonswood 64
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Z. R. Carter 6t Bra.
WHOLMSALB BULB IN
GRAIN and HAY
The Ho man Pharmacy
Homan Ave. and Harrlaoa St.
An up:to-date Drug Store that
carries a complete line of Drugs,
Chemicals, Rubber goods, Toilet
Requisite, Cigars, Stationery and
We Cany,' Sell and Recommend
Blockl's Empress Perfumes
A Natural Flower Product
A handsome Christmas Package
Our Mottot A square) daal for all
C Bornsttin, Prop.
JOHN E. MALONEY
1607 N. PAULINA SHEET
fBONB HONBOE 1S8S
8313 N. CALIFORNIA AVE.
3019 BELMONT AVI.
CARL B. rORABTOQ
Forsburg & Borman
GENERAL TEAMING and EXPRESSING
OFFICE. 42t W. CHICACO Avi.
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112 West Monrte
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