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WHERE TO EAT !
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Lubliner & Trinz
Owning and Operating the Following High Class Theatres
All Over the City:
BIOORAril TIIKATItK, 133 Mncoln Arnue
COVKNT OABDKM TIIKATUK, 035 North Clark Strut
KNICKERBOCKER T1IBATRE, 62t3 llrondffar
MICIIIOAN THKATuE, 68th iinil Michigan ItoutsTard
OAK PARK TIIEW'. Oak Tark, IlllnoU
PARAMOUNT TMEATE, 018 Milwaukee Arena
VITAORAPM T1IEA1RE, S1SJ Mncoln ATenne
WTT KND THEATRE, North Cicero and Wet Knd Atmims
FANTHKON THEATRE, Sheridan Road at Wilton Are.
LI.ENTKK T1IEATRK, l)Ton and Clwk Street!
W1I.80N THEATRE, Western Avenuo nd Madison Street
rEXSlMNQ THEATRE, Lincoln near Wilton At.
HARRY M. LUBLINER JOSEPH TRINZ
801 Kimball Building
OAKLAND SQUARE THEATRE, Oakwood and Droxot Bird.
METROPOLITAN THEATRE, Grand Bird, and 47th St.
FROLIC THEATRE, 55th St. and EI1U Ava.
COLUMBUS THEATRE, Ashland Ave. and 63rd St.
COSMOPOLITAN THEATRE, Halited and 79th SU.
PEERLESS THEATRE, Grand and Oakwood Birds.
KENWOOD THEATRE, 1225 Ea.t 47th St.
CHATEAU THEATRE, Broadway and Grace Stt.
LAKESIDE THEATRE, 4730 Sheridan Road
TERMINAL THEATRE, Lawrence and Spauldlng Ayes.
ALBANY PARK THEATRE, Lawrence and Kedzle At.
ADELPHI THEATRE. 7070 North Clark St.
CALO THEATRE, Clark St. and Balmoral At.
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
IMPORTED and DOMESTIC
OPPOSITE COUNTY BUILDING
137 North Clark Street
BOX TRADE A SPECIALTY TELEPHONE CENTRAL 437
WHERE TO EAT
RLSrilONESl nCSINES". SUPERIOR MS
HALL, BDFERIOR MM
ntlVATE. BUrERlOR Ml
North Side Turner Hall
CHARLES APPEL, Manager
Large Hall for Rent for All Occasions
820 NORTH CLARK STREET
Alwajra something good to eat home cooking at reasonable
20th Century Cafe
S. W. Corner State and Adams Sts.
The Most Unique Restaurant in Chicago
NOTHING LIKE IT IN AMERICA
Special Arrangements for Dinner and Theatre Parties
Our Sunday Dinners Are a Special Feature
The Price, 85c i
RICHARD M. DONNELLY, Manager
Telephone Harrison 7678
Pennsylrania V. C.
Commercial Tire & Auto Company
TIRES, TUBES, AUTOMOBILES, TRUCKS
Main Office! 112 North La Sail Street
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
The Spirit of Unrest
Reaction from the stress of war, the High
Cost of Living, and the disturbed con
ditions in industry throughout the
world have combined to Tower the
morale of workers in many lines.
In the factory, in the mill, the high de
gree of pep and enthusiasm is lacking
and production lags. Even domestic
service has caught the contagion, as
every housewife knows.
We think the claim none too broad that
employes of the Bell System have been
less affected by the spirit of unrest than
the majority of other workers. Yet its
effects nave been felt and will continue
to be felt until the world begins to
swing back to normal.
The telephone management is doing all
in its power to remedy conditions and
restore service to pre-war standards. It
asks the patience and co-operation of
the telephone users.
CHICAGO TELEPHONE COMPANY
1 W. KsflMi M.
lit W. Hatllsoa at.
U4 W. MadlMB .
11 W. MadlMO Bt.
0 W. Madlioa It.
1MI W. MadlMB It.
M7 It. Ontario St.
SOfl North auk Bt.
WT North Clark Bt.
11 Oulncj Street,
IV. Van fluren Bt.
(11 Bo. Wabath Are.
104 Bo, nalotod Bt.
BUI Bo. Ilalated at.
1148 Bo. lUUtod at.
IB! Bo. Ilalatod Bt.
1M W. Wuhlastoa I
Mil Mllwsua.ee Ava.
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
cmcAao'fl most mtAtmnn.
Big Snappy Refined Show
Royal Italian Opera Troupe
Operatic Rttrrtlont from tfie Old Masters
In English and Italian
With Famous Brancollnl's
Contlnnons II I. M. to 1 A. M.
(16) World's Greatest
Skating Stars (16)
CHINESE CHEF IN ATTENDANCB
Oriental dlahro served If desired from
S 1. St. lolA.il.
Temperatnre controlled to salt wsathsf
Luncheon Show 12 to 2:30
No Corer Charge.
Madison at Clark Street
rersonnl Management Harry C. Mstr
Tho mention' of Alderman William
It. Fotzer for higher honors has
started a boom for that popular man.
Ills thousands of friends would llko
to boo him elected Stato's Attornoy.
MoKeaito CleUnd, tie able forme
Judge, Is ft man who Is nerer afraid
to itaad up for what ha bellerea to
John W. Eckhart, ttoo popular Dem
ocratic leader would mako a food
governor of Illinois.
R. C. McWhorter, the popular presi
dent of the Acme Box Company, has a
host of friends In Chicago who would
like a chance to vote for him for
Mayor or some good office, where his
splendid executive abilities could be
of service to the people
Joseph A. OTJonnell, former legis
lator and park commissioner, is one
of the most popular memken of till
Richard Francis Condon, the popular
chairman of tho Elks Momborshlp
Commlttco is confident of adding 3000
now members to tho rolls of the organ
ization tula year.
ii li ii iKHHWl'IIHUIIIHimH
Charles Krutck;t always made a
good public record.
William O. Hawkins, manager for
tho big coal company of Richards &
Sons, Is ono of tho most popular and
wldo awake business men of tho city.
Ho is a Icador In tho trade and all
who have had buslnoss dealings with
him respect him.
Oorgo W. Paunin, the great rur
tier, has made a business record for
honesty aud Integrity that wins for
him hosts of friends.
William H. Baker made a good roc
ord on the Sanitary Board.
Alfrod B. norder, the well known
stationer, Is a veteran of the Spanish
American war and one of the veter
ans of Chicago's crack First Reg!
merit. Ha is popular in the business
Charles E. Ummach, president of
the well known R. Williamson Com
pany, Is ono of Chicago's progressive
citizens who Is always working hard
for the upbuilding of tho city, and
tho advancement of its interests. He
stands high with everybody who
$5 Cash and $2 per Month
William T. Sullivan & Co.
10 SOUTH LA SALLE ST.
Phone Franklin 4774.
CR ajj JJJP
II. TEMPLE BELLAMY
Vlct-Pres. snd Tress.
"Still at Your Service"
Malt Marrow Department
2340-8 South Park Avenue
Tihphon Caiumit 1401
Congress Hotel and Annex
t.JstteVsBantfaXll'i BT'?? 2
Samuel R. Kaufman
JJUVULUU tO fUUlIC
Use of Any Hotel
in the World.
Michigan Boulevard and Congress Street
120 West Madison Street
LAURENCE R. ADAMS, President and General Monngor
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 to $7.00 "
All Outside Rooms.
European Plan Only,
Telephone Central 1M7
Matte aad Dancing
New Italy Restaurant
First Class Table D'Hote
DINNER W CENTS-LUNCH M CENTS
Genuine Italian Cooking
J. SCALA, Mngr.
1 W. Monroe Street (2nd Floor. Opposite First National Bank)
M Prima Gardens
Operated by the Rictizl Co.
626 DIVERSEY PARKWAY
Corner Broadway and
Lake View 111 and 8M
Stolpman's Lunch Room
157 North Dearborn Street
MODERATE PRICES and QUICK SERVICE
ConTenlent to City and County Bnlldingt
Phone Central 2506 H. STOLPMAN, Proprietor
ANTHONY D'ANDREA, Prop.
W. COSCIONI, Gen. Mgr.
Phone Main 1185
ITALIAN AND FRENCH RESTAURANT
SPAGHETTI AND RAVIOLI A SPECIALTY
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
10 N. Clark Street (near Madison)
Thomas 3. Sauerman
Restaurant (Si Buffet
541.550 N. CLARK ST.