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io CHICAGO, -iHMXXKXXXXXXXKXXXXXK .THE... 5: Southwat Cor. Clark and Washington Sts., Oppoilf Court House and City Hall. ' ' 36 :c 96 it it The Finest Buffet in the City. WAGNER & HAUSCHILD. Prnns. - . - - . - - y - v - - . XKXKXXXKKXXXKX L Drexel Cafe Thirty-ninth Street and Cottage Grove Avenue.... United States Brewers' Association. OFFICERS 1-611 1899-1900. President, Rudolph Brand, Chicago. Vice-President, N. W. Kendall, New Haven, ad Vice-President, Jos. Tiieurcr, Chicago. Secretary, Gallus Tiiomann, New, York. ' Treasurer, Wm. HoFr.MANN, New York. TRUSTEES. Rudolph Brand, Chairman, Chicago. 9 HIGH-OLASa smrat L11I1 Coiter ant Bar Henry H. Reuter, Boston. E. G. S. Miller, Buffalo. Pcter Doelger, Jr., New York. Peter Hauck, Jr., New York. . C. G. Hupfel, New York. 'E. I. Frauenheim. Pittsburg, F. H. Gottlieb, Baltimore. Edwin A. Schmidt, Philadelphia. Ciias. Class, Philadelphia. J. W. Brown, Brooklyn. N. W. Kendall, New Haven. Joseph Theurer, Chicago. Henry Nicholaus, St. Louis. Fred'k Pabst, Jr., Milwaukee. Alvin Carl, Boston. Conrad Born, Columbus. CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES. J. Chr. G. HuprEL, New York, Advisory Committee. Gallus Tiiomann, New York, Manager Literary Bureau. Henry W. Reuter, Boston, Vigilance Committee. Steaks, Chops and Shell Pish Our Specialty. r UVV-'lltVVl,.-,ltUV'i,iV,'(Vf4'l n THE LAt. or cd western 1 145 and 147 Randolph Street, E OPPOSITE CITY HALL. 5 CFE and BAR. HOL8T, Mcr. ,n(nwn7i.-nw( FORT WATNE ELECTRIC WORKS. (INCORPORATED) ZZA.2IV IT A.CVU111ZTIH OF THE "WOOD" SYSTEMS OF ARC AND INCANDESCENT LIGHTING. CHICAGO OFFICI, 023 MARQUETTE 1LDC Main Office and Factory FORT WAYNE, - - - INDIANA. ED. C. W. WILKEN. Wholesale and Retail CALIFORNIA WINES, BRANDIES AND LIQUORS. 47 La Salle Street, CHICAGO. J. R SMULSKI & CO., 565 NOBLE STREET, PRINTERS, IN ENGLISH, GERMAN AND POLISH. "CAZETA KATOLICKA," the Best Advertising Medl urn among the Po ish residents of Chicago and America. appiiY von, xt-Ajraaav. UMLPrl IRAND, ftn. art Treat. aEORGE W. KEI.LNGR. Vice Prn. AUSTIN J. DOYLE, Omral Mafajw United States Brewing Co., -BREWERS OF- FINE LAGER BEER. te:i:e:fhone:s: Main Office, Harrison 76. Brand Branch, Wt a8j. Bartholomce & Lelcht Branch, Narth aio. Bartholom ft Roaalng Branch, Mala j Bratt Brothers Branch, North 405. K. a. Schmidt Branch, Nerth 4. Val Blatz Chicago Branch, Main 4337. JUNK'S BREWERY 3MC. rCTSO'XEL, Zxo-s. RUDOLPH HURT, Tailor and Hatter. 693 BLUE ISLAND AVE., CHICAGO. (Betwttn 18th and 18th tit.) Uniforms of All Kinds m Specialty. PRICES REASONABLE. IRWIN BROS., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Meat Dealers. 5825 STATE STREET. Telephom Wintwtrib SIT. 334-331 S. CLARK ST.. TiliphtM Htrrlion 616. LEONARD j. EASTLAND. OEOROE DUDDLESTON. TEL,ISIriOXI3 IQIO Eastland & Duddleston JAMES A. SACKLEY, SUCCESSOR TO SACKLEf & PETERSON. Street Pavements, Excavating. Office, 307 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Telephone Main 3802. CHICAGO. Dock and Mill: North Sangamon St. and Chicago River. ' 3704-3710 South Halsted St. Telephone: Yard? 7 1 a. CHAS. J. VOPICKA, President. CHICAGO, OTTO KUBIN, Treas. and Sic ATLAS BREWING CO., .BREWERS OF THE BEST and MOST HEALTHFUL BEERS IN THE MARKET TRY THEM! 684 to 706 Blue Island Avenue, Chicago. s Separate Looked Rooms. . DROSDOWITZ, Wholesale and Retail MILLINERY. 500 MILWAUKEE AVE. This well-known millinery firm has the largest Millinery ttockaa Milwaukee Avenue, at the lowest prices. RUBBER PAINT COMPANY, 36 and 38 BOSTON AVENUE. HEADQUARTERS FOR Strictly Pure Lead, Colors in Oil, Mixed Paint, Bicycle Enamel, Brushes, Varnishes and Painters' Material, and the Celebrated Hygienic Calcimine. HIGHEST AWARD AT WORLD'S COLOMBIAN EXPOSITION. BUTCHERS 27 and 29 Market Street, Chicago. Hotels, Club Houses and Restaurants Supplied. Russell Packing Comp'y PROVISION DEALERS. High Grade Beef, Pork and Mutton. Buckeye Brand Hams, Bacon and Lard. MARKETS AND GROCERIES: 47ft Stata Si 256.8 47th S;. ?',2 43a St. 510! S. Halsted St. lar,n.w j-ri3 03-v. "Social;; Salute St. kxt 1 6 Cents Per Day j FOR A f Residence Telephone I EwaaBaBuiBfliar f f aHaaaS'!$Spai v jHjEjEEBKAflEB Telephone North, 1008. h BROWN'S STORAGE AND VAN CQ. Furniture ' fflUmm Storage BBBBBBb1bbEbV4BBBBBBBBBBBV BBBBBBBBBBBHI a and Piano yilMKagH for Hne Movers. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. Furniture PPCarpets. 25-CENT PACKAGE AND BAGGAGE EXPRESS. Offlceft Storerooms 4963 Racine At. Is Branch, 230-232 Sheffleld ATenne. J. H. BRUNJES, SampleRoom and Cafe. 10 and 12 Madison St., Chioaqo. Talephona 4675 flaln. I EBONY FIH1IH1 NICKEL PARTI WALL SPACE REQUIRED 10xOH INCHES Long Distance instruments First-Class Service I $30 Per Year 1 FORJAN OFFICE EXTENSION DESK TELEPHONE p Save time and annoyance by bavins a (t Telephone on your desk. j? Chicago Telephone Co. jj & CONTRACT DEPT. 203 Waiblnttoo St. 4 i I COIHi'fl)' fttlryPit Telephone Main 1645. HILDRETH'S 10 Sherman St. RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION. 1 33 E. Van Buren St. 6 and 8 Pacific Ave. CHICAGO. Z. R CASTE. r. a. GAJtT&aV Z. R. CARTER ( BRO.. Wholesale Dealers In Grain and Hay Halsted and 16th Streets, ! TELEPHONE QANAL ft, . VIRTUE IS ITS OWN REWARD, Newsboy ItcturiM n .10 llliiiiinnil anil (let an cuiiIm. Morris Nenierowsky, a uewsboy who liu his stnnd on Tlio Inter Ocean coi ner, lu Chicago Is In u statu of Indecision us to whether the old adage, "Honesty Im thd befit policy," In line. Nenierowsky saw something shining In tlio mud on the sidewalk 0110 after uoon Inst week, and, stooping down, I in picked up a diamond earring. Anxious to know Its value, ho darted oil to a near-by Jewelry stoio and asked the proprietor what It was worth. That gentleman, artcr u careful examination, pronounced tlio stone worth ?."(). Learn Iuk how tlio boy had procured It, he (ilTet'ed, In ease no claimant appealed, to bIvo him 2o for the i;eiu. Nenierowsky weut back to his corner, with visions of wealth Hunting beroro him. Ho took a policeman Into his coutldcuce. "Hay," ho said to tho olllcer. "If you II nd any woman around hero looking for n diamond e.inlntr, I've pt It. It miulit to be wot tli ljUO or jjtis reward, hadn't ItV" "Suio thine," siihUlu- olllcer, "and I'll taken clear on It." Shortly afterward a iuiichaltiited woman appealed to tho olllcer. "Oh, policeman," she exclaimed. "I've (,St " "It's all rljjlil, ma'am." wild tho of tlcnr, "the lad with the paper theiu I'ouml the cnri-liitf." Slio hnsteued to Nenierowsky and yavu a little sipieal of dellKht when to her iiuestlou he produced tho earrhij,'- "Vou'io an honest boy, and deserve a inward," she said, at tho saiuo tlino priiilucliiK a fat pocketbooU. Nemer owsky's eyes glistened as she took out a roll of bills, but his hopes fell as she daintily tithed out a ipia'rter from the bottom of the pockotbook and placed It In his hand. "I wish you sold papers up my way," sho Hmllluuly said. "I'd patronize you. Uood-by," ami oil' she trl Plied. Nenierowsky looked at tho quarter with disgust, .liifet the. the policeman strolled up and remarked: "A 1(1 center Is good enough for me. That'll leave you 15 cents for yotiroclf." Curt Kpltnph in Now Hampshire A letlieut prison's epitaph U to be seen on u tombstone In the graveyard at Stowo, N. II. It runs tlmw "X was homebody who, Is no nuxmess of joins." Theie Is not another woid or oon letter on the stone. Many languages in Africa. Africa has nearly 700 languages and this fact prei-ents great dltticultlcs to missionary eil'oit. k 3A4, A tUeiif LrJfaMt-t " tf 4&,Jt$H