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title: 'Chicago eagle. (Chicago, Ill.) 1889-19??, August 23, 1919, Page 9, Image 9',
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Lubliner & Trinz
Owning and Operating the Following High Gasi Theatres
. AU Over the Cityt
niOORAril TIIRATIIR, U33 Lincoln Arnoe
COVKNT GARDEN TIIRAT11K, tOBS North Clnrk Stfvet
KNIOKRRnoCKRn THEATRE, 2t3 Ilroadway
MICniOAN THKATKK, BISIh and Michigan RouleTard
OAK rARIC TIIEW-M. Oak Tark, Illlnol
PARAMOUNT THEATRE, J648 Mlltrankte Aranae
VITAORAril TIIEAIRR, S131 Lincoln Arena
WW9T END THEATRE, North Cicero end Wt End Aroonrt
PANTnEON THEATRE, .Sheridan Road at WUaon Ate.
KM.ENTER THEATRE, DoTon and Clark Street
WI I.BON THEATRE, WaMern Avtnuw nd Madlnon BtreeU
rERSHINO THEATRE, Lincoln neer Wltaon Ave.
HARRY M. LUBLINER JOSEPH TRINZ
801 Kimball Building
OAKLAND SQUARE THEATRE, Oakwood and Drexel BUAt'x
METROPOLITAN THEATRE, Grand Blvd. and 47th St. .
FROLIC THEATRE. 55th St. and Ellis Are.
COLUMBUS THEATRE. Athland Ave. and 63rd St.
COSMOPOLITAN THEATRE. Haltted and 79th St..
PEERLESS THEATRE. Grand and Oakwood Blvda.
KENWOOD THEATRE. 1225 Eait 47th St.
CHATEAU THEATRE, Broadway and Grace St.
LAKESIDE THEATRE. 4730 Sharidan Road
TERMINAL THEATRE, Lawrence and Spaulding Avet.
ALBANY PARK THEATRE. Lawrence and Kedzie At...
ADELPHI THEATRE, 7070 North Clark St.
CALO THEATRE. Clark St. and Balmoral Ave.
M1LFORD THEATRE. Milwaukee and Crawford Avet.
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 39th St.
After Dinner DANCING for our Patron
AT OUR ANNEX
Every Evening from 8:30 till 12M0.
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
The Line Is Busy
When a telephone is reported busy it
means that someone is already using the
line with which you desire connection.
A tiJNpy telephone line is one of "life's
little irritations." However reasonable
we may be, we are inclined to resent
the necessity of waiting until someone
else finishes a leisurely conversation, j
Not infrequently when a telephone is
" busy the line is jn use by u child at
home or some minor employe in an
office who is taking advantage of the
parenti' or employers' absence to "visit"
over the wire. Subscribers can help to
improve their own service and that of
all other subscribers by making reason
able rules governing the use of the
service in their offices and homes.
CHICAGO TELEPHONE COMPANY
Dr. M. Lcinlnger, the popular den
ttst, who, with his Sons conducts tho
woll-known dental parlor at 1286 Mil.
waukoo nvcnuo, In tho Palatino Build
in?, is ono of tho progressiva and
wide-awake rltfrenn of tho Northwest
HoKeoile Clelahd, tie able former
Judge, Is It man who Is 'never afraid
to lUnd up for what he behoves to
Joseph A. O'Donnull, formor legis
lator and park commissioner, is one
of the most popular memt:n cf lbs
John W. Eckhart, tho popular Dem
ocratic lender would mako a good
governor of Illinois.
R. C. McWhortor, tho popular presi
dent of tho Acmo Ilox Company, has a
host of friends In Chicago who would
like a chance to vote for him for
Mayor or some good odlco, whero his
splendid executive abilities could bo
of servlco to tho people.
Richard Francis Condon, the popular
chairman of tho Elks Membership
Commtttoe is confident of adding 3000
now members to the rolls of tho organ
ization this year. '
Charles E. Ummach, president of
tho woll 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 made a
good public record.
William O. Hawkins, naaasr tor
the big coal company of Richards Jt
8ons, la ono of the moat popilar aid
wide awake business mas of tae city.
Ho la a leader la the trad aaa all
who have had business dealings with
him respect him.
George W. Partita, tie groat fur
rter, has made a business record for
honesty sad integrity that wlas for
him hosts of friends.
William H. Baker made a good rec
ord on the Sanitary Board.
AdolphKraus Is always tn the lead
every movement for the betterment
of conditions In Chicago.
Judge D. E. sullrvan has mads aa
honest, dignified and able rocord on
Alfred B. Hordor, the well known
stationer, is a vetoran of the Spanish
American war and one of the veter
ans of Chicago's crack First Regi
ment. He Is popular in the business
president of tho famous Congress
Hotel Company and head of tho great
Congress Hotel, is ono of tho most
public spirited citizens of Chicago
who Is always keenly nllvo on every
thing uplifting tho city and a broad
minded man of affairs who makes
ovoryono who patronlzos his hotel
Dixon C. Williams has high honors
awaiting him at tho hands of tho
John W. Eckhart has done much to
build up tho Iroquois Club. He makes
a success of everything he undertakes.
John T. Hurray, We wen know sad
popular lawyer, would make a good
Judge Thomas F. Scully is making
a grand record In the County courts.
Jndge Frank Johnston, Jr., to mak
ing a fine record on the Circuit Court
Cbas. Ringer"! omTof the most popu
lar men who over sat on tho board of
assesscrs of Cook County, is frequent
ly talked of for high political honors.
Whatever position ho is chosen to fill
ho will All to tho satisfaction of every
From present appearances the Con
stitutional Convention will bo merely
an oxtra sosslou of tho Springfield
Lobby. Whatover a convention of
that kind does the pcoplo will knock
Judge Scully of the County Court
is a great baseball fan and la very
popular with the ball players and
The leadmg uearoers ot ayery so
ciety snd club la Chicago read Tke
IMPORTED and DOMESTIC
OPPOSITE COUNTY BUILDING
137 North Clnrk 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 Dinner
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 7178
TRY IT NOW
Famous Italian Restaurant
Special attention to banquets and
dinner parties on short notice.
HOME COOKING. SPAGHETTI A SPECIALTY.
ni "Goodiqr. Every Taste."
Everything First Class.
444-448 Orleans Street 341-343-345 W. Illinois Street
B Ve HeMHeMB BVe
111 W. MaSlMa BC
W4 W. Me ill St.
IS W. Meet St.
SM W. MaaVaea St.
ISM W. amana St.
ttl X. OnUrie St.
IM Narth Clark St.
Ml Nrth Clark St.
ii uur strMt,
S W. Vae Burra St.
11 Be. Wabaah Ave.
1 M S. Italated SI
ai Bo. Hatatad St.
IMS So. He! St.
(1ST Ba. IlaMa St.
IM W. HwhlartM I
MM Mllwaakee Ave.
Office and Commissary. 237-243 East Ontario Street
Phone Superior 7728
WHERE TO EAT !
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, Preildent and General Manager
Room without bath, one person $2.00 per day
Room without bath, two persons $3.50 "
Room with bath, one person .... $2.50, $3.00 "
Room with bath, two persons - - $4.00, $5.00, $6.00 "
Two connecting rooms, two persons - $5.00 lo $7.00 "
All Outside Rooms. European Plan Only.
Telephone Central 1M7
Mutlc mmi DaaU
New Italy Restaurant
Firtt Clata Table D'Hola
DINNER 90 CENTS-LUNCH (0 ,CENTS
Genuine Italian Cooking
J. SCALA, Mngr.
1 W. Monroe Street (2nd Floor. Opposite Fint National Bank)
FRED KUEHL 1 Mnnnntn niw.,c
A. F. BRUCHMAN Ma"a8"K Directors
2i Prima Gardens
Operated by the Ricnzi Co.
626 DIVERSEY PARKWAY
Corner Broadway and
Lake View III and 8M
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
ADAM ORTSEIFEN H. TEMPLE BELLAMY
President Vice-Prei. and Treu.
J. A. C FENTON, Setreliry
"Still at Your Service
Malt Marrow Department
2340-8 South Park Avenue
Telephone Calumet S401
ANTHONY D'ANDREA, Prop.
W. COSCIONI, Geo. Mgr.
Phone Main 1185
ITALIAN AND FRENCH RESTAURANT
SPAGHETTI AND RAVIOLI A SPECIALTY
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
II N. CUrk Street (near Madiion) CHICAGO
Office and Commi&sary, 125-131 West Ohio
Telephone Superior 8975-87
No, 1013 S. KKIZIIC AVK. Ttl. Kadala (IM
Na. S MB N. WEI.I.8 BT. Tal. Bop.rt.r 1M
No. B i7 N. CI.AIUC ST. Tal. Oaatral 1MT
No, 5 10 E. ttml ST. Twl. Oalum.l 111
Na. 7 A N. WV-I.LB BT. Tal. Franklin 11(1
No, 380 8. 01.AHK BT. Tal. Wabaah (tit
No. 103 N. CI.AKK BT. Tal. Oaatral 7(14
No. 11 Ml B. STATE BT. Tal, Wobaab 1M
No. It HS. 4 IT. VAN lltJItEN BT. Tal, Wabaah tlT
No. It 10S V. VAN IlUltEN BT. Tat. tVftbatb iUS
Na. IS 15 W. 1IA1UU80N BT. Tal. UTabaati HI
Na. 16 1S01 B. MlOlUdAN AVIS. Tal. Ottliuaal (Ml
rhones Superior J7M
Thomas J. Sauerman
Restaurant SL Buffet
54850 N. CLARK ST