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,lAGO t A G L E.
PUBLIC SERVICE BUNK
TELEPHONE OFFICE, RANDOLPH 3UG
The Tooth Extracting and Smoke
Consuming Department in the
City Hall Makes People
The Keller- Elliott Company
GENERAL CONTRACTORS FOR
BRIDGES AND BUILDINGS
1411 ASHLAND BLDG.
CLARK and RANDOLPH STS.
Why doesn't tho nllcRCil city do
luirtmont of Public Scrvlco got nftor
tho fraudulent weighing nmchlncs,
with which tho city la Infested?
Cnn you kucsb why It doesn't?
Tlicro nro 102, C 11 of theso nmchlncs
scattered nil over tho city on city
It Is Bnfo to sny that 100,000 of them
nro out of order most of the tlmo.
Thov vleld nn immenso rovenuo. ns
SALES AGENTS FOR
SALINE COUNTY COAL CO.
BIG CREEK'COAL CO.
BIG CREEK COALS
PEOPLES GAS BUILDING
ench natron Is obliged to glvo up ono J
cent for tho privilege of finding out
' linw mnpli lin itnna nnf wnlirli.
Head of the Stelnbrecher Manufactu ring Company, Famous for Its Sue.
cess with Foot-helping Devices.
Remarkable Career of the Man
Who Mends Broken Arches.
John Stelnbrecher, head of tho fa
mous Stelnbrecher Manufacturing
Company, at 1311 North Clark street,
camo to this country In 187 1 and en
gaged In business In Burlington, la.
He prospered and Invested much of
his money in Northwestern Canada,
where ho sold ."0.000 acres of railroad
land In six months and achieved great
fame ns u colonizer. His greatest rep
utation, however, comes from restor
ing tho broken down arches of tho
human foot. In this ho has won suc
cess and tho pnilso of multitudes of
people who thank Mr. Stelnbrecher
and th Stelnbrecher Manufacturing
Company for tho foot comfort they
now enjoy. Following urc a couple
of thousands of unsolicited testimo
nial letters received by tho Steln
brecher Manufacturing Company:
Chicago. Juno 10, 1010.
Stelnbrecher Mfg. Co.,
1311 N. Clark St.,
Gentlemen: I want to toll you what
comfort I have received from wearing
vour arch supports. I was totally
broken down In my arches and tho
looso supports which I had been wear
ing woro n torture to mo.
After I had your supports put In
my shoes, which was several months
ngo, I havo hud thorn put In llvo other
pairs nml I now find my arches havo
gono back to almost normal shapo
"and" no aching In tho balls of my feet.
This support surely takos tho placo
of tho weak braces you took out of
Kindly mlvlso mo If you will havo
shoes mado with your arch supports
built In them.
(Signed) PAUL IJAUKK.
1115 N. LnSallo St., City.
March 20, 1010.
Mr. John Stelnbrecher,
1311 N. Clark St..
Dear Sir: I want to toll you what
WILL GO ON YOUR BOND
American Bonding Company
Present Assets: $2,640,877.54
PUBLIC OFFICIALS BONDS, FIDELITY BONDS,
and every kind of Surety Bonds used in legitimate business, also
908 BORLAND BUILDING, 181 LaSalle StChicago
PHONE CENTRAL -1287
a lot of benefit I havo received from
tho shoes you mado for mo having the
Stelnbrecher arch support Installed In
Previous to wearing theso shoes I
had several corns and callouses be
tween tho totw, also solo corns and
callouses on the outer Joints. I
started to wear theso shoes with tho
arch support in them about tho first
of March, and for over two weeks
I havo not had n sign of a corn or a
callous. All foot troublo has disap
peared and I can tako long walks and
stand for a long tlmo on my foot with
out discomfort. I bellevo thnt your
shoo devices aro even more merltorlus
than you claim.
To show you my appreciation and
tho faith 1 havo in your dovlccs, I ex
pect shortly to order u pair of sum
mer shoes, for I know they will glvo
mo tho same satisfaction.
(Signed) K. K. M'NUY. Jr.,
1 10 S. Dearborn St., City.
Care of the Feet
The LeCrand Foot Parlor.
Tho Lo Grand Toot Parlor, located
for many years at 1314 North Clark
street, has romoved Its establishment
to now and larger quarters nt 1330
North Clark street, where better facili
ties for chiropody will bo had. Tho
prosont oxcollcnt scrvlco will also bo
Madame Floroncla A. T. Powells
Orier, who owns Tha Le Grand Foot
Parlor at 1336 North Clark street, has
for her patrons tbo boot people on the
North Side. She is tho original Dli
covorer of Comparative Scientific
Bloodless Chiropody. The Le Grand
Foot Parlor has been at 1314 and 1348
North Clark street for ovor ten years.
Madamo Powella-Grlor, M. O., S. G.,
Doctor of Chiropody, succoiofulljr
makos uoro feet good. Sore feot are
made Good Feot at the Le Grand Foot
Parlor, 1330 N. Clark street Tele
phone. Superior 6091,
"A SAFE WAY and
NO MORE TO PAY"
For prices and
call or address
1432 Altgeld St., Chicago, 111.
Tel. Diversey 4061
Another fraud on tho public Is tho
counterfeit gum vending cont-lntho
slot mnchlno, which In tho mnjorlty of
cases, takes tho cent but yields no
Why Is It that tho City Department
of Public Servlco permits theso frauds
William Whlto of 2C4I Pino Grovo
nvenuo mny bo tho noxt stato sena
tor from tho 31st district. Ho Is very
popular; Chicago-born llko his father
and mother, has plenty of monoy and
stands high with all of his follow
Itepubllcans. Tho young men of tho
district nro for him If ho will consent
to mnko tho race.
II. II. Morrick Is ono of tho loaders
In tho civic llfo of Chicago. As presi
dent of tho Association of Cotnmorco
ho hns done great work for tho city,
its present and future Mr. Morrick
is president of tho Groat Lakes Trust
Company, Chicago's now big bank,
which started in with a cnpltal ot
$3,000,000, and a surplus of $600,000.
All ot tho stock was oversubscribed
C. A. Dlckett, tho woll known mid
highly respected president of tho
Dlckett Coal mid Coko Company, al
though still a young man, has led a
very actlvo llfo and hns been a po
tent flguro In tho business world for
many years. Whothcr as president
of tho Chicago Doarlng Metal Com
pany, tho Dlckott Conl and Coko
Company, or as n director of tho Fort
Dearborn National Hank, ho hns won
tho high regard ot tho business public.
S. P. Mosslngor hns dono much for
Chicago In furnishing tho peoplo with
a flno lot of first-class restaurants.
Leo Opponholmor, vice-president of
tho famous Mosslngor lunch rooms,
Is ono of tho coming mon of Chi
cago. IIo is popular, nblo and pro
gressive Samuel It. Kaufman the popular
president of tho famous Congress
Hotol Company and head of tho great
Congress Hotel, la ono of the most
public spirited citizens of Chicngo
who la always keenly alive on every
thing uplifting tho city and a broad
mlndod man of affairs who makes
evcryono who patronizes his hotel
Judge Frank Johnston, Jr., is mak
ing a flno record on tho Circuit Court
.Tudgo Georgo D. Holmes Is gratify
ing his many frionds with tho flno
record ho Is making on tho Municipal
Oscar Dols, Amorlcan pianist, vol
unteered his sorvlccs at Fort Sheri
dan and Great Lakes on Mouday.
Judgo Charles A. McDonald has
mado a flno record as Superior court
Oscar F. Mayer, as a business man
and a citizen, docs credit to Chicago.
Ho stands for progress and is ono of
tbo men who have holpod mnko tho
Mayor Thompson should bo given
a chnnco to flro a lot ot dcadwood
among tho city hall clerks. Somo of
thorn thinking themselves safe undor
tho civil sorvico law, aro impudent,
insubordlnnto and useless.
Sheriff Charles W. Potors Is mak
ing n good record.
Tbn aiobcWurnlckc Co., II N. Wbita
i and -is South Weill Street.
For All Branches
M. Q. Tubes
1-r- ' Tl
Great Lakes Trust Company
Coiiilritfieil NOitriiirnt of t'linilillnii lit Ihi' lo-.- of lliinlnrxi
(ilitonilior 12, mill
l.imni nml PuVumit . , ,
llmiil nml Neurit Icn .
IVdrriil Mrarrti' Hunk
rnriillitre nml I'lMurr . ,
Ciiitmni-iV l.l.ililllty under
I.WtiT cif ('mill
Due from IVdrrnl l(nrnp I In nil
llm from llnnk
I.liilillll)- unil.r l.rltrm of Crrdll.
ThU It the F!rt Report of this
IIAItltV II. MHIllUCi; l'reslilent
,IA.Mi:s l JOHNSON Vico President
tOIIN W. TIIOMAH Vico rrosWIent
11AY.MONU It. I'llIIIil'H.. Vice. President
CIIAHI.IIH C. Wit.I.HON..VIco President
V A. NMCOI, Assistant Cnslilcr
11 I., AUtlltHTUH sslstnnt Cnslilcr
II. .1 lllltKl.i: Auditor
W'll.l.IAM l HOIinUTri, .Mnnngor Uuml
VAM.ni: O. At'l'Kli Trust Officer
II It. OtlDIlN, l'relilent Tlio Hrot Nn-
llonnl Hank, JIimKogeo, Oklnhomn.
OTTO 11. OSTHOI'-r, Vleo l'rciililent It.
M. Dylteiiliy Ac Co., Chicago, 111.
.1. O. lAUtOCK, Cmlilor The Mcrchnnts
,V: llllnoU Nnllnnal Hunk, l'corln, III.
ItAV It I'ltllM'." Vico l'reslilent, Ch.
DAVID It, I'lIlltflKN', Vleo t'rrnlilent
Htcnlionn-AilnniB'in .Mfit. Co., Aurora,
I'ltANK W. ItllNWICIC. Vico frenlilcnt
ClildiRii tlrnvrl Co., Chlcnfto, III.
JOHN 1. HMtll.Hltr. President North-
weslprn Trust Having" llnnk, C'hl-
llHOUt'll! II. TAVI.OIt, Itenl Hstnte. Chi-
JOHN W. THOMAH, Vico l'reslilent.
I, M. VII.IIH. I'rrsltlent Utltln Com-
tinny, ChlcORo, III,
tMIAH. C. WII.I.SON. Vico rrcstiU'tit nml
Cnshlor, Chknpi, III.
V. A YAUIIIl, I'rrililent Annii I'nlnco
Horse Cur Co , C'hlcnRo, III.
Statement of the Condition of the
Mercantile Trust & Savings Bank of Chicago
Jackson Boulevard and Clinton Street
At the Close of Business, September 1Z, 1919.
i.oiint nml ni.ffiuniH , !:uii,sin.:n
ItotiiU, Srairltlo, lie r.'2,HUI.3U
I', h. I.llierty llmuU, nml tVrlllluili' of lmlelitrilue, Oineil
mil for Hill... tIIkth 101,010.00
Due from llmiU, Cinli mill llMluume 80,1,IAn.l7
f'aplliil Stork ,. . 2.10,000.00
Suriilim ..... 75,00.n
InilMdeil I'rollt lO.HU.I.II)
line Hlvititor I'lijineitl Itrrrliril nil V. X. I.llwrty lloniU.. S2U,n(l.3n
Hr.rrwil for 'lttr mill Interekt J8,723.S3
IIIIIn Pa) aide In I'rdrral ItesertP llnnk Serureit liy I', S. t'rr- .
tltlentPN uf IiiilelilrillieN 110,000.00
lleill nta ullli IVilernl lteerp Hank no.ooo.W)
PIIIIDIIUICK II. ItAWHON Prcsldont OTTO A. StlNKIl Sceretnry
IIAItltV A. V1li:i1I,i:it Vico President W'M. V. KAltUHI.I Asslstnnt Cashier
HAItltY N. OHUT Cnshlor J. 11. O'ttllAUUIINHHSV.. Assistant Cnshler
HOAIID Ol' DlltlXTOItS
A D. DOUMAN. Prenldent Htecl Sales Cor- DAVID II, tIAN.V. Onnn & Penks, Attor-
poratlon, i:9 Houtli Jetterson Htrocl. neyi. llorlnnd Illnck.
. ... , -. .... o. . i:. A. IKtVVAHD, Vlcu Presldont C. n. &Q.
ItlfllAUD J. COI.I.fSfl, Tliolulton Street ,t, u Cn ,iftr(,nn Illvd. unil Clinton St.
Wholesnlo Jlniket Co., I0 Pulton Htreot. MII.TON H, KI.OIIHIIIJIM. President Tho
A II. D1CIC. President A 11. Dick Com- Klori.hi.lm Hhoo Co.. .-dn.ns nn.l Clinton
puny, 7S1 W Jnekson IHv.l. llllNItV X. 8TUAVSS. President Meyor &
O, N. CAI.DWm.t.. Treasurer U. W. Cald- (0i, Ailnms nml tlreen Sts.
well nml Son Company, tlth nnd West- i.oiMS WOI.KI. President I.. Wolff Manu-
in Ave fneturlnK Comnnny. 001 W. Lako Htreot.
12 A miHSr.l.l,, Vlro President Otln Illo- IIAItltV A. WllUlil.llH, Vico Presldont,
iitor Cotnpany, Jiickson Illvd. nml Jef- nln Vice Piesldenl Union Trust Company.
ferson HI t'lmlrrnSn Ordnnnco District ritUDIIUICIC II, ItAWSON, President, also
I'lnlms llonnl, U. H. Army. President Union Trust Company.
A Strong Bank for Business Men Located on the Near West Side
Memlier.. of CIiU'iiro ClenrliiK IIium .socliitliiii, IVilernl Hexene Ssteiu of V. H. A.
John T. Drlscoll linti tlono much to
wiuilB tho upbuilding of Chicngo nnti
csnflnlly of tho great West Sldo.
nn w- 'oiu'lvo property ownor hlmnolf,
ho has always boon fotomost In ovory
niovomont tontllng to further tho In
terests of tho city or of his follow citt
zons. No man In moro respected and
no man aslts for lc3s.
Tho city department of gas nnd elec
tricity never was In hotter hands than
It Is now. William G. Keith, tho
commissioner, Is nn able, honest, nnd
Adam Ortsolfcn, ono of tho best ot
Chicago's City Treasurers, would
niaUo a good Stato Troasuror.
Rdwnrd l Dunne, William J. Cor
boy and Maurlco K. Dunno announco
tho formation of n copartnership for
tho practice of law undor tho firm
nanio of Dunno, Corboy and Dunno,
with oniccs at 720 tho Itookory, 209
S. I.u Sallo stroot.
Owen O'Malloy, popular formor
county comnilBslonor and leading cigar
denlor at 137 Noith Clarlc street, Is
making a good rocord as commlBslonor
of tho Forest Prosorvo.
J W. Uoer, tho popular president
or tho Amorlcan Sowor anil Drainage
Construction Co., at 281fi N. Wash
tenaw avcniio, Is ono of tho progrea
blvo mon of Chicago. Always Inter
ested In tho city's welfare, ho Is n
booster of Its Interests and it always
at tho foro front of ovory movoment
for bottorlng tho condition of his fol
C. B. Hedstrom, tho popular pro
prietor of I.alto Vlow's foremost shoo
storo at 3204 North Chirk street, has
hosts of friends among tho leading
mon of Chicago a fact that Is testi
fied to by tho popularity of his placo
William It. Fotzer, tho popular
Seventh Ward aldorraan, is in line
for higher honors.
,k in.', 1.1 1. 1 1
. i.iH.i.xuo.r; i, iKi.oii. nn
Onnlc since It win Chartered.
NATHAN (I. CMIATTIJUTON, Mnnngcr
I oii'lRit Ikimrtincnt.
riinonoitr. pai.i.ah, Ast. Men 1'or-
IIUWAHD H. .MOV, Afl. Manager lif
Tl 1.1.1 1! H I'UANKRNTIIAt., Manager
Hiii'tlnl Morle! Meiinrttiiont.
AI.AN H. WAI.I.Aril, Secretary anil
.ManKKi'r New llnslnenM Ucpartme.it.
UAItOl.l) t IIIIIIIOTT. A""!""! -Mntl"
niter New llunlnrpM Uepartmeiit.
KJ.SIH'H I ZOOK. Trensurer MontRom-
ery wiini St to , cnicngn, ill.
II 1 Arri.Ht'K. l'reslilent Universal
1'ortlnml Oment Co., ChlcoRn, III.
I'. I,. IIATUMAN, l'reslilent Transcon
tinental KrelRht Co., ChlcnRO, III.
I A. Illt'KHTT, 1'rcsldent Tho Hlclcctt
I'oiil nml t'oke t'o Clilcnpo, 111.
U'll. 1,1AM nt'TTIIUWOUTH. l'reslilent
lKprp I'lnw t'o, Mollnp.
.HiMHIMI HYKH'.I.D. l'rpslilent Hotel
Hliprmnn t'o . cIiIciiro, III.
A A I'ltANH. Vlep I'rtsldcnt Tlrst nml
Soeurlty National llitik, Minneapolis,
DONALD It. COTTON, CnrncRlo Hleel
I'n . st l'nul, Minn.
lOHIM'll It IIDWAItDH, l'reslilent Kel-
liiftir Hnltchliuiiril & Supply Co., Chi-
HAMI'III, M. HA8TIN0S, President Com-
imtliiK Hmlo Co. ot Amorln, t'lilciiK".
JAMCH JOIINHON. Vice President.
HDWAItl) It I.ITHINO, Attorney.
IIAItlt It .MP.ItlllCIv, 1'renlilent
JOHN X MII.I.i:il, Attorney, t'hlciiRO,
Francis J. Dowes, the woll known
brower, was tho man who presented
the magnificent statuo of Aloxander
Von Humboldt to Humboldt Park,
which was named for him. This
statuo Is ono of tho finest In tho
whole West Park oystom. Sir. Dewes,
who gavo It to tho public, has boon
a resident of Chicago slnco 18CS. Ho
has always been noted for his artistic
tastes and his boattttful resldenco on
Wrlghtwood avontio boars evidence of
It. Tho stono figures on Its front
which attract tho attention ot passers
by woro tho work of notcd sculptors
who carved thorn In thoHr prosont po
sition from groat blocks ot stono built
Into tho houso whon It was erected.
Ilobort 13. Cuntwoll, eloquent, ahlo,
courteous and learned Is nuo of tho
most popular leoilors at tho Chicngo
John M. Duffy should bo elected to
tho Constitutional Convention In tho
.lustln F, McCarthy, former assistant
htatos nttornoy for Cook county, bus
nssolntcd hlmsolf with Frank T. Jor
dan and Michael J. Sullivan; Jordan,
McCarthy & Sullivan to ongago In
tho general prnctlco of luw, with ofll
cos at suite U00-7 Hector Building,
70 W. Monroo street, Chicago.
Itakllos' restnurants havo mado n
name for themselves In Chicago,
which stands for good sorvico, good
food and good equipment. John Itak
llos, tho proprietor of this popular
string of restaurants Is a progressive
nnd patriotic Amoiican citizen. He
hns been a hard worker for tho Lib
erty Loan and has dona much townrds
lining up tho Creeks ot Chicago in the
flno showing they havo mado.
Itakllos restaurants all ovor tho
city aro noted for tho oxcollont sor
vico, flno food and moderato prlcos,
Charles Molltor, a recognlzod leader
In the machtnory trade, Is one of Chi
cago's lending and most rellablo busi
ness men. His name Is honored
wherever bit Is known.
CAST IRON PIPE
Bell and Spigot-Flanged
good for a pressure up
to 125 lbs., also Extra
Heavy for 250 lbs.
Lynchburg Foundry Company
General Sales Office, Peoples Gas Bldg., Chicago
Main Offices, Lynchburg. Virginia
Karl Mayer & Company
Service Shaving and
Telephone Central 2133
36 South State Street CHICAGO
WILLIAM J. HEALY WALTER C. MEALY
Telephone Monroe 6158
Wm. J. Healy & Co.
Loans Renting3 Insurance .
SUITE 12 HAYMARKET BUILDING
716 West Madison Street
INSURANCE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
Electric Lighting Supplies
Edison Building. 72 West Adams Street
CARBONS CORDS BRUSHES
SOCKETS SWITCHES MOTORS
$$ Mm Double Service
i-" ymm FromQneSockd
f'i, )j3-'!''''''l"'"!ix! 'I; ' fits any of your present sockets,
j iVirr5 nn maes room for an electrical
W? mm ome appliance, and n lamp at
W ttsl A the same time. You need a Two-
II ij 4-v a ' 'w 'n cvcry roni
SWi j ElecUlc I Supply StarM Err7irfai
tiwJffl DENJAMIN ELECTRIC MFG. CO.
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