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THE CHICAGO EAQLH3. PROFITS OF A FAMOUS SONQ. W H " bbbbbbbbMP'H eeeeei lelel.feeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeWNMv M fai4wsM-t "1 'TlJ'I'l.-J f-u H WfKMMMMp BBBBBBBPBl-f g gPPPPPPPPJBW4NPPPa !- SSliTftl 5JLniI leF eeeE x5TWrf"' Kl--l IJeeeV VFm ";. Ht C' k -fe' KS "Hlr 1 ;.. -- v'-- ,-iLvwa--B-B-NNNNNm,-e-B-B-B-B-BW?-e-B-k. p. s . . jL.i i WP7i- xi-V,J r" 'i" HeeeeBDiVr TWHmfww ' f 8iitt ANNUAL RE-UNION OF THE SALVATOR BICYCLE CLUB. Only Fifty llnllnrn for llstttKft' "llei- Thrunrin Antrum t lie Onlil." I Tliu itiulli il tint I IVni I MiiU lit l'1illmU'1ihl:i uv.ilW I lie liMnrj ol' Ills iniKt lioiuilnr "uiik, ".Sllvw Tlui'iuh Aniotiir tlio Hold." Till sotiu'. iutoiiIIiiix to mi old fili'iiil or lnnl, Tom Mooic, mim coniinxiil nli, ml l.sn mill win imlillxlicil In l.ST.t 1i, Clllllliw , HiillN. It H'illlK Into miiiiIiiiII,v at omc mill 1 in 1 1 n iil( of nun c tll.lll 1KMHKI fnpl .. HilllKs wns oflili clcilllcil n liinlii! wiltti'ii tin- wmtN us well us tin' imiilf, lull tin- i cnl niillior of thi' woiilx mii Mien I J. Itc.Motil. At lll'ft U.lllhs wiix Hiiiililc to luocllii' n iiiiiiki't fur the xinif.'. mill In hIkm'I' llN;iiiilitlilclll tllliwt It lllto II llllllMII ilrmwr. din' ilny In1 t'.tino iii'io-m tin' iiiiuiiwcilit mill xttiimltti'il It lo I liit rlx, ulni i cm 1 1 .I'll Hi mot IN unit pub- lNlicil It. Mr. Mooii' hii.vx that liaiiUx iocolod only s.'io for It. dividing Hie money with ItoMonl. Tin xoii Ih'ciiiiic iiiipu-lilt- In ii nlulit mid um iim'iI by nil tlio AM'H-known inlusti"l troupe tlnniifili out tin- country. llanlH iiindc u lor ttuie out of It. It Im Hiild that Mix. Ucvfoul's moth er lnxplrcd tlio Holik'. She hull ItlMl ulotiH gulden Imlr iix ii cht, mid iih hIio ki'imv olilcr It lieiume sprinkled with mny. Iti'Xfonl unite it number of other noun, but iiniH ot tlii'in ever nt tnlncil, the ioiuliiill Hint "Silver ThieiulM Anions the Hold" dlil. Tlio souk hiiH I ice n cop.wlullted iwiln mitl Is xtlll hi'IIIiik. New York Sun. HOW THE CARS ARE COOLED. Cotil Air Compreiinra Are Driven lijr the Motion r the Wheel. In reient yenrx thete have been at InipiinciiiriUx In the method ot tefrluer.itliiK rnltwi.y e.ttM for the tiiinpi)ttatlon of piulh.tble kuihR xiieh as fruits, vegetables, ejrs mill meats. The frequent lelin: of refill eratltij: ears on route eonxtltutes one of the lii'Ki'Ht Items of e.spense In the haiidllin: of perishable freight. Whenever tnilns i.trrylm: a refrlserat ln ear arrive at certain designated t.itlons they ate halted for the reilll Ins ot the lee chests of the cold ntor ace ears. A Philadelphia Inventor conceived the Idea of applying mechanical refilp er.itlon to such railroad ears, depend-Iiil- upon the ear ales to l'mnili the neces.iry power for lompiesslou pur lioi.es. Iuakiiiuch as tr.ilu-llghtlug systems Itiuiiuier.ible have been tie vled and practically openiteii on this ptltiL'Iple. It Is only a question of me chanical details to xlinllnily opci.ite a refrlceratlnj: syntem. The tildes of pern ture-contt oil hitf door Is a No cm braced In the Invention. Its function Is to prevent the ear from attaining too the ears are lined with refrigerating I low a teiiipruitin- which in the hand eoll containing eompressed carbonic acid gas or catboiile dioxide. A tank earrled on the roof of the ear supplies water for the condensing pmposcs, lis effectiveness being enhanced by the use of an abxoibent covering for the londcn-dng pipes. The problem of furnishing a reservoir of cooled mate rial to supply the necessary cooling while the inr Is at a standstill, on side tracks or at terminals or waiting on belt lines has been solved by the use of brlue-lllled tanks located at the ends of the eats. Tlio expansion colls are Immersed In these brine baths, reducing the tem perature of the brltie suillcleutly so that the radiation I'roin the ank Into the car maintains the car at the tem perature desired, tlio capacity of the compressor being suilleleiit to furnish a surplus of refrigeration beyond that necessary for the maintenance of a proper car tciuperattue while the ear Is in motion. An automatically tern- PROTECT YOUR VOICE To Attorneys, Actors, Teachers and nil those whose o1cca must be clear this Is of prime importance GERAGHTY'S PATENT MOUTH DEVICE compels correct breathing. It thereby closes the mouth na an air passage and protects, one's respiratory organs from direct contact with cold or damp atmosphere. The most fatal disease.-, of the throat and lungs begin by KxrosUHi:. To precnt the disease the exposure must be avoided. A scientific preventive of Lung ami Thkoat Disokukks. An absolute preventive of SNORING. Hcpd fifty cents and get one by return mail. , GERAGHTY & CO., 61 La Salle St., CHICAGO. .;..x:M:!J::::;:K:;-:::::t555", v Y I ! J TELEPHONE 303 BLACK FRESH E66S AND BUTTER A SPECIALTY McCARTEN BROS. GROCERY AND MARKET 67-69 NORTH STATE STREET CHICAGO DEALERS IN GROCERIES, MEATS, POULTRY, ETC. X--H"H-,IM'-W"H',H"K!'-K fifjiiHil Hug of some classes of goods, notably fruits, would be as I'ntiil as too high a tcmperatir.e. This door opens Into the ntmospheie at a predetermined temperature, through the medium of a thermostat, automatically closing again whenever the temperature has risen to tliu pioper point. HENRY E. BRANDT. Fmplt wko with tlMir hotuM to r Mlrt tli very bet attention thta mrnut should pttronlM Henry I, nadt, 446 tad 448 Llncolm arM baa tk latatt atyles of wall papat aid tti rary batt workmem to put M aa. His palaaara and calclmlnara ara artlata and ala work la ararr way la aNdltaUav aa m m m m rr n n SS&3S3SBER&SBSfflffl&BEBBBQBmffiBBEBS3EBBB8Bfflffl ii . m I A. J. TOOLEN Contractor and Builder 1030 Opera House Block m TENNESSEE WHISKY EVERYBODY GET HAPPY! Loosen Up Some Call for OLD CASCADE' THE BEST MADE Cures a Cold in a Minute Removes Pain Sells While We Sleep THOMPSON BROTHERS OWNERS OF SIDNEY LUCAS SOLE DISTRIBUTORS CHICAGO TRIBUNE BUILD1N0 'Phone 2369 Central NEW YORK WNiiy BUFFALO TENNESSEE WHISKY m Telephone Main 4509 Residence 'Phone Qarficld 553 CHICAGO I All noroonb Intorootccl In t'.io haononlnca ! a in ttto m mMusEmEMT world 7f. II Connot cdorri to ho without It. !&i jSPUDLIOHED WEEKLY, 94.00 PCR YEAR. I 3INCLC COPY, lt OENTC. i For 8alo by oil NowaUonlora In oil pert . I of the world. m SAMPLE COPY FREE. KQ3S3&B&BS3SBB!iS3&Bm&BBS&SBBffiEBEiBSSBffiffi 'MUfeM NKW "'vcitv. MEW YORK CUPPER r 18 THB reaiest Theatrical Papir in amoriG DISTILLERS IMPERIAL and RYE MALT GINS SHUFELDT'SMALCOHOL BLENDERS OF FINE WHISKIES T I I. UIViAU lUmuyilUl! 4WI ivniiM of t&F ITEMS OF INTEREST '-The tlnent livery itablea In Chicago iro thoie of the Brie Livery, 100 to 201 Brie stroat. and 108 to 170 Ontario street. The proprietor, Mr. William A. Hlnklui, Is one of the beat known and best liked horsemen In the country. He lias recently purchased aud haa subject to call the tluest Imperials, French leather beads, Victorias and landau carriages In Chicago. Ills broughams, coupes and hansom cabs nro the best. Bin horse arc drst-class, with rub ber shoes; they never slip. His drivers ore well dressed, sober, courteous and reliable. Telephone 1070 North. One ot the best-liked and most pop-' ular business men In Chicago la Tom N. Donnelly, the jeweler, at 118 Dearborn street. Mr. Donnelly cnjoyn the con fidence and patronage of the very best people In Chicago, and If you want the best goods, lu watches, d"ondB and Jewelry, at reasonable prices, tho man to patronlae Is honest Tom Donnelly, at 118 Dearborn street. sufcifa,akaUiaiaiiii iaia.ai.a iB.tt -- m- m- m m- m m m m m - VWffT WW u TTTTTTTTTTT Thero Is no better beer browed In the world than tho fur-famed "Extra" Beer brewed by tho Brand Brewing Com pany, ot 1251 Eleton avenue. The beer bottled by the Independent Brewing Association, the Ernst Broth ers' famous plant, is tho finest in the country. Order It for your residence. Phone, North 045. For wines and liquors, Keating & Mnhony, the well-known Importers and wholesale dealers in this line of goods, aro among the foremost In the country for value as well as tho excellence of their goods. The Steuben County Wine Compnuy, S10 and 212 Bast Madison street, Is tine of Chicago's standard and reliable business nouses. Wm. R. Ulilemann, tlio well known ami HiiccesHful optlclnn, Is dnlly dem onstrating tho marvels which can lie accomplished through tho strides of modern science In treating tlio rye. Claims of superiority aro easily niiiile, but competitive tests establish facts. The "Shur-on" Is a marvel of modern cyc-glusH making thnfs why It Is constantly gi owing more popu lar. Mr. Uloliiiinim's place of IiukIiicsh Is at "11 East Mndlhon street, second floor. Eyes ato tested in tho most thorough and scientific innnner, and full satis faction Is guaranteed. If you noed it Diwi-ctana article In die line of anoea drop hi am) see Uinge BrottMfH m the Tribune Build lng, Dearborn and Madison street. Thero the public are well treated, and there all claaaM of citizens will he given excellent value ut reusonnble prices. Ready to I.earn. Old Million (holnmuly) You'll find out homo day, my glil, what man-led llfci rctilly Is. Elderly Daughter (with a sigh) I hopo hO. , FINEST OP IMPORTED AND D0ME8TIO GOODS STEAKS, CHOPS, FISH OVSTCR8 A SPECIALTY C. C. BUSH, Prop, and Mgr. HOTEL BUSH RESTAURANT AND BUFFET A REGULAR MID DAY DINNER SERVED AT MODERATE PRICE8 ITRICW MODERN IUR0PWN HOTEL RATE! $1,00 PER DAY AND UP. IPECIAl RATES iV WEEK OR MONTH 1-3 N.CLARK 8TREET, TELEPHONE 420 MAIN, CHICAGO. f 4tft'ii'ti"f'i"l'M'4'3 4l4iMfMlMfMfMtHf,'t,'fT c B))E)DBDDDDPE)S Telephone West 1361 GEO. EDMANSON & SON OYSTER DEALERS and SEA FOOD BROKERS S. Irviag Ave., CHICAGO QQQ626I sr A. H. BARBER & CO. Wholesale Dealers In Butter, Cbeese, t$p & Poultry COLD STORAGE v 220-23 1 SOUTH WATER STREET, CHICAGO LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE MAIN S013 .A 3rvt:r-'Wtf: TUC UCUf CVCfil ACC ;v:-.-v nt lien LlLULHUO SHUR-ON EYECLA88IS STAY ON 4' ;J-Baaiii,.cUUDtnUi-BBlBL,. railalRflkkBkkkVlVT i.-Mrr.7mm itir.aaumm mmmIMm llilSll'll"! 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