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i ll&lf aWJaWtmSsy i(m I HI HLmi l,4l Brewed By tfie Old tngllsh Process "Ye Olde Inn" ALE A light, sparkling, palatable bo.vcrage, which in purity, richness, age and healtht'ulness has no equal. On draught everywhere ask for it. One dozen bottles delivered $1.50. Keeley Brewing Company Brewers and Bottlers of Fine Beers, Ale and Porter TGLOPHONG SOUTH 349 28th Street and Cottage drove Avenue, CHICAdO IUD0LPH tff.AND, Prcildeat and Treasurer. 0E0R0E W. KELLNbK. Vice-President. AUSTIN J. UOVLE, Qcoeril Maaagtr United States Brewing Co., BREWERS OF FINE LAQER BEER Main Office, Harrison 706. v Brand Branch, West 285. Bartholomas & Leicht Branch, North 216. Bartholomew & Rocslng Branch, Main 4079. Ernst Brothers Branch, North 405. K. a. Schmidt Branch, North 409. Val Blatz Chicago Branch, Main 4357. EDWARD C. UIHLEIN, Manager. Telephone Monroe 878. aaBaVlCSiJBBv BaaaBr LJf Fi& aaaevk aeaaaTaiM-jTjtf jSHwF haer Rbt Jf ism BmmBmSMBmU?MmilxSmB sbbbWsbbtmi Town of Lake Hranoh, er. Aohlnnd Ave. nndOth at. Telephone Yards 780. CHICAGO OFFICE, UAAAAAA Oorner Ohio and Union Streeta. HKES H. HILDRETH, Prat. FRANK LEDERER, lio. ERNEST HUMMEL, Trtit. SOUTH CHICAGO BREWING COMPANY c FOOT OF ONE HUNDREDTH 8T. Brewers of Lager Beer. 5ALVAT0R bbbbW 3SfeeP5i. B0& sjbbbbbW JSsMMmA mft&SBr .' Ear eaBBaBaw ftl.MBtXZtimmTWL MtWasBsaksaiSiii'aw. .sasBBBBBY VaVaVeBTaVw 'SBSSmmMBI'KtKSS BBaftalaHLwtHHRaiiHBL r&BBBBBBBBBBm5JBEs EaasKJEiEsitABBBBBBBT an afltmBBBBBBBBaaT"' J" XaaBBt9E3B9BaVaVaVaw iVSMRDkaVaVaVaVaVJMi'h-Sa AND BAVARIAN BEER. Brewed of the finest BARLEY MALT and HOPS, well aged. Are now ready for delivery in wood or glass. Please send orders through our agents or delivery men, by mail, or Telephone South 350. Bottling Department, Telephone South 860. GONRAD SEIPP BREWING COMPANY. QUEEN OF 1QCIETY. an Mrs. John Jacob Aalor, Amirltu Woan, th Has of Iondoa. Man Americans, ana -specially thosa who look with longing cjes to ward the top round of the social lad der, aro fond of saying in n knowing and rather convincing manner that Mrs. 80 and So, n wealthy leader in society, has gained her placo'"by sheor charm of manner," and that Mrs. Dlank, a niultl-iiillllonnlro's wife, holds, her envied position in tho fnsta lonnulo world simply through "(,'rnco of character" or "sweetness of disposi tion." As n matter of fuct It often seems to tho cvery-iiny, "common" people that "character" or "pcrsounN Ity" lias very, very, littles to do with tho process of "getting Into" society. Unlimited wealth, the knowledge of how to spend It and a cty ordinary disposition mako n much mora popular combination among "smart" people than do a manner "charming," "fas cinating," "sweet," "lovnble," etc., etc., conplcd with but $11,000 or $4,000 u year. Tor sonic time the main topic of con vcrsatlon among Now Yorkers and Iioudoncrs who arc "high up" in social life, nnd umong many who are not, but who would give a great deal to be, has been tho rclgu of Mrs. John Jacob Astor In London. In a single season this beautiful Amcrlcnn has achieved what somo of tho best-bom women In Knglaud hnvo never done (he priv ilege of entcrtnlnlng his majesty tho King. Hho has all Unit can liu tlcslicd In tho social world; there is nothing more to bo had; there nte no more worlds to conquer! In tho drawing-rooms of London" tho nnmo of Mrs. Astor hns been on every lip. No Amcrlcnn woman has over done In one season what Mrs, Astor WfiSjYr.MBBBtBtrBBm' bbbbbbbbbi HBEEmDaVSsiii 'raYaHs! vflMlr ' Xwif sbbbbbbb! aPJS3-J -C'KbbbbI sFKH,vi bbbbI MUS. JOHN JACOB AST OK. -, has done, Tliey have becomo well known, popular and havo even nchloved tho nemo of success, but II has taken years where It took Mrs. Astor weeks. Undoubtedly there are very few women in society who possess the benuty of Mrs. John Jacob Astor, Hb Is tall and willowy, with masses ot soft, curling hair slightly tinged with gray. Her chief loveliness lies In her eyes, which are largo nnd literally glowing with a clear, soft radiance. They attract great attention wberover sho goes and glvo her n singularly naive, artless look. Mrs. Astor's gowns are part of her attraction, ns sho has mado thotn a study, nnd somo of her "crentlons" aro marvels of beauty and richness. Tho King was heard to re mark aftor having met Mrs. Astor at n gathering of social lights, "She Is tho best advertisement Worth ever bad!" Sho seldom wears a gown more than twice. Her costumes all como from "gay Paris" and nre of two distinct styles. In tho daytime sho is stately and decidedly "clean cut" in tho Eng lish, stylo of tailor made, but at night sho is a radiant vision of beauty In soft, clinging, sweeping frocks and with her hair falling in loose waves about her face. Sho possesses sets of Jowcls to suit each costumo which she wears, whether Intended for day or evening. It is said that "Live nnd let live" Is Mrs. Astor's motto, which sen timent ought uot to bo unusual for a woman whose husband Is ouo of the world's wealthiest men, Mrs. John Jacob Astor woe Mist Ava Willing, a beauty of Philadelphia. She was married to Mr. Astor In Feb ruary, 1881. The first John Jacob Astor was a financial success of tho first rank. In 1780 ho was a merchant in New York, who dealt In furs and pianos, certainly a most singular combination. Flvo years before that ho wns a poor liuml grant working for $2 a weok as n do livery boy to n German baker. In the courso of time, attaining success us a merchant, ho began to put his money Into land and, his prophesy of the growth of New York having been veri fied, he became wealthy, lie wns the richest man in the city and worth the then fabulous sum of $1,000,000. Tho two present heads of tho Astoi house nre William Waldorf, who live. In Kughiud, and John Jacob, or New York. To-day tho combined Astor es tate Is estimated at $ ir.0,000,000, and It Is said will reach $1,000,000,000 be fore many years pass. William Waldorf Astor Is a keeu-hlghted business man, prudent and energetic. John Jacob has been Interested in literaturo and scion title subjects, but In real estnto matters ho lias been quite content to follow tho lend of his more progressive cou sin. Tho Kugllsh Astor Is worth about threo times ns much as John Jacob, but tho latter manages to worry along somehow on about $100,000,000. The wealth of tho Asters Is In land, and a writer, William S. ltrhlginuu, says their fortune does not depend, as most of tho others do to u greater or less ex tent, upon tho llfo of any Individual or Individuals. Industries mny change and fluctuate, railroads may be Injure! by now competition or now Inventions, but nothing can stay tho expansion of tho American metropolis; and It can, not expand without paying an ovei greater tribute Into tho Astor coffers A Simple Truth. Reporter Well, to make a long itory short Editor A gpod copyreader U uea M7r-Cltvetoaa Leader. vtftaiL M. ihno, fmt. jBaBbv Aaaak iijBw . ,i. w . XiaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBHBVjP'' Telephone 20V iiiJiiBHBIHaBEj VaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBTTaik. " .JbbbbTy i feu,, , ShAlKBUniEtyS&- IW('liI; "" .bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI rmmP IfSSSS.. 41 ?T STREET & UNION AVE 'Vi" '"".T" S . -A 'tyuca&cf BRAND BREWING COMPANY. Brewers of JETime Beem.v TELEPHONE WEST 661. 1151 Blston Avenue, CHICAdO, U. 5. A. JOSEPH THEURER President F. H. PIETSCH Secretary and Treasurer CARL BUHL Vice President. M PETER SCHOENHOFEN BREWING CO. MAIN OFFICE; Canalport Avenue and W. 18th St. TELEPHONE GANAL 9 jaPflNiraaBr xSBBKiiYaYaYaYaYaYamP' Bottling DepU Burlington' Street, nsr 16th Street. TELEPHONE GANAL & Irewers and Bottlers of HIGH GRADE BEER gg- Sole Brewer and Bottlers ot the Celebrated EDELWEISS" Table Beer. 0 jrz m&r -JtVALTDfE NATIONAL WILLIAM II. REIIM, President JACOB P. REHM, Vice-President GUSTAV HESSERT, JR. Scc'yTres. Telephone BREWING Canal 224 Lincoln and 18th Streets, CHICAGO COMPANY if bbkBJPSCV JvW .aM ADAM ORTSIiriN President H. TIMPLK BILLAMY Treasurer J. A. O. FINTOR l" Bseretary ! McAVOY'S innir marmwi RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS Write tor Booklet, "Eminent Physicians of the West" McAvoy Brewing Co. TELEPHONES; SOUTH 257 & 1758 2348 SOUTH Park Ave. JOHN A. ORB, President. THEODORB OGHNB, Vice Pres. i Trams. JULIUS If, CHJLLBR, Secrstav. 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