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jqm "-i -r j--i,tJqnwi. -.- vrr-Vvt ,v???!!ij'J!'"pS! 5T'?-'y.nJJST3 "v H"iJ"'iji' ;ST$; I 10 THE OHIOAOO ESJLCHLiH!. . UUU.M.U. M. . X O. M-.M-.4t- .O. X O O M X J . THHrTnnnrinnTWirTnnvinrinnnrTnnrif'ir X THE IICHICAQO,! ' Southwest Cor. Clark and Washington Sts,, n Opposite Court House and City Hall., The Finest Buffet in the City. WAGNER & HAUSCHILD, Props. si j: j: 5t Elmwood DllTTCt ffl ffl ffl AB Family Resort, FRED MUELLER, PROPRIETOR. Tel. Oakland 475. 176.. 39th Street. MANAOIR iiammEMmwvzwm' (INCORKNATID) liNnttliiiAiKI UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. OFFICERS FOR 18998. President C. Wm. Beroner, Philadelphia. Vice-President Rudolph Brand, Chicago, ad Vice-President Isaac Danenbero, New York. Secretary Richard Katzf.nmaver, New York. Treasurer VVm. G. Rinoler, New York. TRUSTEES. C. Wm. Beroner, Chairman, Philadelphia. Herman SiRAun, Pittsburg. John Goetz, Jr., Cincinnati. Henry H. Reuter, Boston. Chas. G. Pankow, Buffalo. Wm. Hoffmann, New York. Gottfried Krueoer, Newark. Gustav G. Pabst, Milwaukee. Paul A. Seeoer, Baltimore. Joseph Theurer, Chicago. Henry Nicholaus, St. Louis. Chas. Class, Philadelphia. John W. Brown, Brooklyn. WAM)WWAMM CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES. J. Chr. G. Hupfel, New York, Chairman Advisory Committee. N. W. Kendall, New Haven, Chairman Vigilance Committee. Henry H. Reuter, Boston, Chairman Publication Committee. Gallus Thomann, New York, Manager Literary Bureau. John McCormick, Headquarters for All Kindt of WHISKIES CIGARS. 3636 Cottage Urove & 3701 Armour Ave., CHICAGO, ILL. HIHjraSlSlliES'MI rnmsm vob priob LMT. J. H. BRUNJES, SampleRoom and Cafe. 10 and 12 Madison St., Chioago. Telephone' 4675 lain. "WURZBURGER" AND "PRIMA BEER INDEPENDENT BREWING ASSUM, Telephone Nerth 64s. 586 tO 6l3 Noith Hdlsted St. Val Blatz Brewing Co. BREWERS AND EXPORTERS OP MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER. EXPORT BOTTLE BEER, WIENER, MUNCHNER, PRIVATE STOOK, BLATZ'S MALT-VIVINE, Delivered to Families In All Part of the City. HENRY LEEB, Manager. CHICAGO BRANCH, Cor. Irl and Union Sts TILIPHONK MAIN 43i7. The Peter Schoenhof en Brewing Co. TjBf JOSEPH THEURER Pretident. CARL BUHL, Vioe Pretident. B. J. NOCKIN, JR., Seo'y and Treat'r. (Hp P Brewers and Bottlers of High Grade Beers. MAIN OFFICE: Corner Canalport Avenue and Wast 18th Street BOTTLING DEPT.: Burlington Street, near. 16tb qplslx.oaa NATIONAL WILLIAM H. RIHM, Prt: JAOOB P. RIHM, Vice Fret. OUSTAV HISSERT, JR., Treat. eo. Brewing tbliphonc Canal 224 Company COR. LINCOLN AND I8TH STS., CHICAGO The Best Brewing Company OF CHICAGO. In n Olrl'a Chatelaine. "Hero's wlmt I saw n girl unload from her chntclalno bag In a street car near JackHoii park," said Herbert Keleoy, the noted actor: "The conductor had nuked her for her fare, mid sho fumbled about In her hag for a minute. Then xhu said 'PhIiiiw!' and began to tumlilu things out. First en mo a vinaigrette, then a piece of black (Tt!, n bundle of IctterH tied with a blue ribbon, a small round mir ror, Hcveral wimples of colored cheek material, a roll of IiIHh, three caramel, a buttonhook, a timpiolso ring, a tiny lace bordered handkerchief, and at In n't a xuuill purse, from which she daintily extrticted a nickel. Yen, If there had been anything elxo I'd Imvu mentioned It." "The xninnlcs would Indlcato Hint tlm young woman had been shopping,'1 re marked the person addressed, assuming a Sherlock Holmes air of sagacity. "On the other hand, the roll of bills Is clear evidence thut she had not been doing anything of the kind." "How do you reason that out r asked Sir. Kelcey. "She would have spent nil her money." "You've heard some ono say that," ob served Mr. Keeley. "It can't bo your own experience, .lust you watch a woman shopping once." Chicago Itec-ord. FLETCHER AND HERNDON STS. Telephone Lake View HO. Delivered to Any Part of the City. $1.50 Per Case of Two Dozen Bottles. omwemct 3VXa.lt IBzxitira.ot PRKPARID NY THI GOTTFRIED BREWING CO. Sole Brewers and Bottlers of the Celebrated AMERICAN BREWING CO. Another Long-Felt Want. "It's no uso talkln'," said Mr. Corn tossel, as ho kuocked thu ashes out of his pipe. "This gover'meut ain't run right." "What's tho matter'" asked the neighbor. "There ain't enough people to do tho work. They're tryln' to put too much onto the war department. When It was decided to have a war, tho war de partment applied fur men an' got 'em; it went ahead an' licked tho Spaniards an' wound tho business up In a few months, War was easy. Hut If they want to open up an ottlco that won't liavo anything but busy days an' nil kinds of trobule, let 'em mako arrange ments fur a pence department." Washington Star. Jews or France anil Their Wealth. According to Lo Mntln, there exist In Franco 71,000 Jews In a population of neniiy 38,000,000. Tho nctlvo capi tal of France U estimated at 80,000,. 000,000 francs, aud of this tho Jews .possess one-fourth or 20,000,000,000 francs. f DON'T CUT your corn It'. Jngtrou. Um A-Corm Salve IniK.d. Hur. and .if.. No pttn, no polien, ana lh Corn com thit't itrong point, iBo. druHtil. or by mill. OIANT CHEMICAL CO., SM Ckerir . PklU. i IWHuAilffITTVmrRlfMMW -BREWERS OF THE- COLUMBIA and MINNEHAHA Brands of LACER BEER. A. B. C. 933 Voitli Vrstliltiiicl Ayenne, Chicago. JUNK' S BREWERY 3704-3710 South Halsted St TlDhon: Yardr 7 1 8). CHICAGO. W. O. TEQTMEYER, Prtt. and Treat. JOHN PL03S, terftary. NORTH mm BREWING CO 781 to 831 Clybourn Avenue, Chicago, TIphnt Ntrth 14. Finest Lager and Bottled Beers. , & j-.t,u 1 ,al.-i.ii&UJIni. jAju 1. M .