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Trie CrflCAGO EAGL
Lubliner & Trinz
Owning and Operating the Following High Class Theatres
AU Over the City:
niOGRAril THRATltC, 213.1 Lincoln Artnne
COVKNT GARDEN THKATKK, 2033 North Clark Street
KNICKKHHOCKKH THIIATIti:, 0223 Itrondwoy
MICIUOAN TIIKATH:. 65th nml MIcIiIkim lloulevnrd
OAK rAHK THKW. Oak Tnrk, Illlnol
PARAMOUNT T1IRATKR, 2048 Milwaukee Avenue
VITAGRAN1 TltRAlltK, S133 Lincoln Avenue
WMT KND TIIEAT11K, North Cicero and Mt Knit Avenaet
PANTItEON TIIEATIU:, Bheriitan Road at WUtion Ave.
KM.ENTK1C THEATItE, Devon anil Clark Street
WILSON THEATItE, WtMern Avenu and Madlton StrreU
PERSUINO THEATRE, Lincoln near nil ion Ave.
HARRY M. LUBLINER JOSEPH TRINZ
801 Kimball Building
OAKLAND SQUARE THEATRE, Oakwood and Dr.xel Blvd..
METROPOLITAN THEATRE, Grand Blvd. and 47th St.
FROLIC THEATRE, 55th St. and Ellia Are.
COLUMBUS THEATRE. Ashland Aye. and 63rd St.
COSMOPOLITAN THEATRE. Haltted and 79th St..
PEERLESS THEATRE, Grand and Oakwood Blvd..
KENWOOD THEATRE. 122S East 47th St.
CHATEAU THEATRE, Broadway and Grace St.
LAKESIDE THEATRE, 4730 Sheridan Road
TERMINAL THEATRE, Lawrence and Spauldlng Av.i.
ALBANY PARK THEATRE. Lawrence and Kediie Av.i.
ADELPHI THEATRE. 7070 North Clark St.
CALO THEATRE, Clark St. and Balmoral Ave.
MILFORD THEATRE, Milwaukee and Crawford Avei.
LANE COURT THEATRE, Lane Court and Center St.
MIDWAY THEATRE, Rockford, III.
ASCHER BROS. GENERAL OFFICES
220 South State Street, Chicago.
The Old Reliable
European Plan Exclusively
Our restaurant on parlor floor, for ladies
and gentlemen, is perfection in every
detail of cuisine and service.
State and Monroe Streets
Cottage Grove Ave. and 39fh 91.
After Dinner DANCING for our
AT OUR ANNEX
Every Evening from 830 till 1M.
Hey Bros. Motor Car & Garage Co.
Finest Garage in Chicago
BEST OF SERVICE
DAY AND NIGHT
4621 to 4629 Cottage Grove Avenue
TELEPHONE DREXEL 772
""irTriVSr c'Z. tmsst
which mean little to most
business enterprises, are of grave
concern to the telephone busi
ness. The coming of a storm
calls for the utmost vigilance on
the part of those in charce of the
telephone lines, in order that
service may be maintained.
The cost of repairing the tele
phone lines after a storm often
reaches large figures. One sleet
storm did damage in the Chicago
suburban division which cost
399,914 to repair. Another
These expenses, in addition to
by the ordinary wear and tear,
make adequate rates imperative.
Dr. M. Lolnlngor, tho popular den
tist, who, with Jils sons, conducts tbo
woll-known dental parlor nt 1286 Mil.
wnultoo avenuo, in tho Palatlno Build
ing, is ono of tho progressive and
wldoawako citizens of tho Northwest
MoKcocte CleUna, tho able former
Jade U & man who Is never afraid
to lUad up for what he bellovei to
Joseph A. O'Donnoll. former legis
lator and park commissioner, Is ons
of tho most popular member of tin
John W. Ecklmrt, tho popular Dem
ocratic leador would make a good
governor of Illinois.
H. C. MoWhortor, tho popular presi
dent of tho Acmo Box Company, has a
host of friends In Chicago who would
llko a chance to voto for him for
Mayor or some good ofllco, whero his
splendid executive abilities could be
of service to tho peoplo.
Richard Francis Condon, the popular
chairman of tho Elks Membership
Commlttco is confident of adding 3000
now members to tho rolls of tho organ
ization this year.
Charles E. Ummach, president of
tho well known It. Williamson Com
pany, is ono of Chicago's progressive
citizens who Is always working hard
for tho upbuilding of, tho city, and
tho advancement of its interests. He
stands high with everybody who
Charles Krutckct always mado a
good public record.
William O. Hawkins, manager for
tho big coal company of Richards
Bom, it ono of tho most popular and
wide awake business men of the city.
Ho is a loader in the trade and all
who have had business dealings with
him respect him.
George W. Patrnin, the great fur
rier, has made a businoaa record tor
hooeety aad integritr that win for
him hoate of frlende.
William II. Baker made a good rec
ord on the 6anHarr Soard.
AdolphKraBstsanraraU the lead at
vwy movement lor the bettermeat
of condition, la Ofcleago.
Judge D. E. SalTrran haa mate aa
honest, dignified and able record ea
Alfred B. Herder, the well known
stationer, li a veteran of the Spanish
American war and one of the veter
ans of Chicago's crack First Regi
ment He ia popular in the business
- Samuel 'It.' Kaufman tho popular
president of tho famous Congress
Hotel Company and head of tho groat
Congress Hotel, is ono of tho most
public spirited citizens of Chicago
who Is always keenly nllvo on ovory
thing uplifting tho city and a broad
minded man of affairs who makes
overyono who patronizes his hotel
Dixon C. Williams has high honors
awaiting him at tho hands of tho
John W. Eckbart has dono much to
build up tho Iroquois Club. Ho makes
a success of ovorythlng ho undertakes.
John T. Murray, in. wen known and
popular lawyer, would make a good
Judge Thomas F. Scully is making
a grand record in tho County courts.
Judge Frank Johnston, Jr., is mak
ing a flno record on tho Circuit Court
Clias. Ringer, ono of tho most popu
lar men who over Bat on tho board of
assessors of Cook County, Is frequent
ly talkod of for high political honors.
Whatever position ho Is chosen to fill
ho will All to the satisfaction of everybody.
From present appoarnnces tho Con
stitutional Convention will bo moroly
an extra session of tho Springfield
Lobby. Whatovor a convention of
that kind does tho peoplo will knock
Judgo Scully of tho County Court
is a great baseball fan and is very
popular with tho ball players nnd
The leaamg tnomnera 01 every so
ciety and club in Chicago read The
IMPORTED and DOMESTIC
OPPOSITE COUNTY BUILDING
137 North Clark Street
BOX TRADE A SPECIALTY TELEPHONE CENTRAL 437
WHERE TO EAT
20th Century Cafe
S. W. Cor. State and Adams
72 ALL SUMMER COOL, COOL, COOL!
Why Not Rest and Dine in Comfort?
THE MOST ATTRACTIVE RESTAURANT IN
Special Plate Lunches Quick Service
Try Our Sunday Chicken Dinners
THE BEST SODA FOUNTAIN DRINKS AND DISHES IN
ALWAYS A COOL PLACE ON HOT DAYS
Special Arrangement for Dinner or Tea Parties
RICHARD M. DONNELLY, Manager
Tel. Harrison 7678
TRY IT NOW
Famous Italian Restaurant
Special attention to banquets and
dinner parties, on short notice.
HOME COOKING. SPAGHETTI A SPECIALTY.
"Good for Every Taste."
Everything First Class.
446-448 Orleans Street 341-343-345 W. Illinois Street
7 W. MadlMn M.
Ill W. MadWoa St.
M W. Madiera M.
o71 W. Madlaon M.
IM W. Madleoa St.
Wfll W. Maatoon St.
M7 R. Ontario St.
t(MJ North Clark St.
1ST North CUrk HU
,17 Outlier Street.
W. Van ISaren St.
SIT Bo. Wabaih At.
ZOt So. Ilalrted St.
MS Ho, llalftod St.
1I4H So. llalited St.
4IS7 So. Ilalrted St.
1S W. Wuhlnttca St.
IMS Milwaukee At.
Office and Commissary, 237-243 East Ontario Street
Phone Superior 7728
Grand Opera Restaurant
524 SOUTH WABASH AVENUE
Half Block South from the Auditorium Theatre
The real Italian Restaurant of Chicago
Lunch 60 cents.
High Class Singing, Music and Dancing
TELEPHONE WABASH 3678
SrBs ADAM ORTSEIFEN II. TEMPLE BELLAMY
BPIRM President Vice-Prci, and Treat.
MgEsLjA Malt Marrow
BftWf 'afMly Write (or booklet, "Eminent Physicians
fimffimMw&JK Molt Marrow Department
mTOm, McAvoy Company
lEMi BBS 2340-5 South Park Avenue
aVaS" Telephone Calumet S401
WHERE TO EAT j
Congress Hotel and Annex
Samuel R. Kaufman
Devoted to Public
Use of Any Hotel
in the World.
Michigan Boulevard and Congress Street
120 West Madison Street
LAURENCE R. ADAMS, Proildont nnd General Monagor
Room without bath, one person
Room without bath, two persons
Room with bath, one person -
Room with bath, two persons -
$2.00 per day
$4.00, $5.00, $6.00
Two connecting rooms, two persons - $5.00 to $7.00
All Outside Rooms.
European Plan Only.
TaUphono Central 1687
Miuic and Daaaiag
New Italy Restaurant
Fint Clait Table D'Hote
DINNER 90 CENTS-LUNCH 60 CENTS
Genuine Italian Cooking
J. SCALA, Mngr.
1 W. Monroe Street (2nd Floor. Opposite First National Bamk)
ABRUCHMAN MannC"B Directors
M Prima Gardens
Operated by the Ricnzi Co.
626 DIVERSEY PARKWAY
Corner Broadway and
Lake View III and 806
ANTHONY D'ANDREA, Prop.
W. COSCIONI, Gen. Mgr.
Phono Main 1185
ITALIAN AND FRENCH RESTAURANT
SPAGHETTI AND RAVIOLI A SPECIALTY
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
10 N. Clark Street (near Madison)
Office and Commissary, 125-131 West Ohio Strait
Telephono Superior 8375-8976
No. 1 HI3 S. KKDZin AVn. Tel. ICedile
No. S fiSU N. WISI.I.H AT. Tel. Buperlor 154
No. 0 147 N. GI.AUK HT. Tel. Ontrul 1187
No, 6 10 15. 2n.l HT. Tel. Ouliim! 1108
No. 7 8 N. WKl.I.H HT. Tel. Frunkllu 1161
No. U 330 S. !UltK HT. T.I. Wnbntli flail
No, 103 N. CiaiCK BT. 1VI. (Antral 101S
No. 11 Sit H. BTATH HT. T.l. Wabaah 7M
No. 12 HS-4 W. VAN 1IUUKN T. Tl. lVtvbiuli 37
No. H 103 V. VAN 1IUHKN 8T. Tel. Wabiuli M4S
Ne. IB IBS W. IIAKUISON BT. TeL Wnbult 1248
No. IS 1301 8. MIOJIKIAN AV'1 Tel. Coluiatt M4
Phones Superior 27J3
Thomas J. Sauerman
Restaurant (BL Buffet
548550 N. CLARK ST
CwrU CHICAGO I