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)S?WtttP liW-Jt vf XWW ' VJCW1V" ' W1i.T wv-' rrtj?tv' THE OHIOAGO EAGLE, SATURDAY, MAROH 28, 1908. II nsrTMSJ M. MAM. FrstMeM ,MAM.M'y-'frM. GLOBE BREWING CO. BREWERS OF FINE BEER 4 1 at Street ane) Unlsn Avenue, OHIOAO RUDOLPH BRAND, President. Treasurer and General Manager United States Brewing Co. BREWERS OF FINE LAGER BEER TELEPHONES: Main Office. Central 3184 Bartholomae & Lelcht Branch, North 216 Bottling Department, Humboldt 1083 Brand Branch, Humboldt 28S Bartholomae & Kocslng Branch, Monroe 498 K. Q. Schmidt Branch, North 409 JAMES H. HILDRETH, Pre. fRANK LEOERER, 8eo. ERNEST HUMMEL, Treat. SOUTH CHICAGO BREWING COMPANY FOOT OF ONE HUNDREDTH ST. Brewers of Lager Beer NATIONAL VUUMI.nHM, JACOB P. UtTAV lUMftX TtltphoiM BREWING Gmuu tu Lincoln and 18th Streets, CHICAGO COMPANY SALVATOR PUl rasa AND BAVARIAN BEER. Brewed of the finest BARLEY MALT and HOPS, well aged. Are now ready f or delivery in wood or glass. Please send orders through our agents or delivery men, by mail, or Telephone South 350. Bottling Department, Telesbe South 869. CONRAD SEIPP BREWING COMPANY. FLAYCTO THS GAME, Mia Bather Fount! Not Onlr Vletf? hat Friend. A fleet of Hilver ripples flashed ticross tho blue wntcr. . Tlio sprueo tops began to stir, tlien the grnsses; a breath of wild roses perfumed tho nlr. Hie morning breeze lind come. Some thin); cnnie with It straight to Miss Ksther Klncnld's ears, as she lay In the hammock enjoying It nil nftcr .the heat of tho city. "Hnvo you seen tho Klnenlds aunt who enmo Inst night? Not very attrac tive looking, Is she? From nil tho Klncalds had wild, we expected some body qulto different." Miss Esther's face reddened and tears came to her eyes. Her slstcr-ln-luw had written so much of the Jus tins next door that she had looked for ward to meeting them as ono of tho esiieclnl treats of tho summer, and now Miss Father's lips suddenly took a resolute line. "Now, which nrc you going to hnve, n neighborhood quarrel or n neighbor hood victory. prefer victories," alio resolved. "I never did llko being beat en, and I certainly don't Intend to bo by a chance remark, the gnmo Is In your hands, Miss Klm-nld!" Accordingly, Miss F.sthcr laid her plans. They Included her prettiest gowns nud her mot charming manners. Itoforo long they began to lucludo many other things tho lending of n new novel to Agatha .Timlin, teaching Lydla n new kind of pudding, showing Morris, tho week he was shut In tho house with n lame ankle, half a dozen, games nud tricks, helping Mrs. Justin with n pattern, and devising a mas querade gown for Kllle. Tho gown proved so iib-orblng that before she realized It, Miss Esther's last day had come, and sho was on her way to tho station. It hurt her n little that nono of tho Just Ins was nt tins window to wavo her on, even If they had all come over the night before to say good-bye. It seemed a little thing to do, and she bad really grown fond of the Justlns. Then tho carriage whirled round a corner and drow up at the station, and Miss Esther sit staring so hard that sho for got to get out. For there were nil the Justlns, from Mrs. Justin down to Morris, who carried u banner of his own devising, with the legend, "Good bye, Miss Esther." There wero live minutes of confus ion, and then Miss Esther was upon tho train, her hands full of fruit, candy and a new book. .She looked down nt them with a long breath. Sho never had had a "send-oft" like that before. Undoubtedly the game was won. Hut suddenly the game seemed such a little thing compared, with friends! Youths Companion. SOCIAL DONT'S Dr llecdltiK Tlirii Yon Mny no More Welcome Ciiii-at. Don't If you uro able to play or sing, mako your hostess waste u quarter of nn hour pressing you to do so. Don't, when you are leaving, forget any of your jiosscsslous. It Is tiresome to have to send such things on by ex press or by mall. Don't keep reiterating how much you enjoyed yourself nt tho Itrowus' when you wero staying there last month. Don't begin n book and ask if you may tnko It homo to llulsh. Your hostess may not want to lend It, but It will bo difficult for her to refuse. If sho suggests your taking It that It qulto another matter. Don't at last moment, unless It Is absolutely unavoidable, wire that you will nrrlvo by a later train than that already decided upon. It may upset your hostess' household arrangements considerably. Don't, if your hostess Is n busy housekeeper, fall to ask her tho morn ing nftcr your arrival it thoro Is any llttlo household duty in which you enn assist her during tho tlmo of your stay. Don't, If your hosts nro enrly people, cmphnslzo tho fact that you "never go to bed beforo half-past tl." Don't, If you have other friends In tho place, nrrnugo to go and sco them or go out with them without first con sulting your hostess. Don't appear too observant of any llttlo bitch that may occur in tho do mestic machinery. Don't como down In tho morning be foro tho breakfast call. Don't absent yourself from tho fam ily clrclo for a long tlmo without ex planation. Italnln Postal an Keulr-Wcda. "I'ostal showers" form tho newest method of disturbing tho peace of cou ples on their honeymoons. Tho plan waa devised by n man fond of n "prac tical Joke," and his suggestion found ready and wldo acceptance. Though honeymooners seek to keep secret tho Itinerary of their wedding trips they naturally tell their nearest relntlves whoro they urn going. Of course, a member of tho family always wlils'iem that secret to another, and finally a persistently Inqul-ltlvc person gets tho Itinerary and proceeds to mako llfo mlsernblo for the couple, Scores of postal cards, with as many silly senti ments written thereon, nrescnt to tho hotels whoro tho couplo wfll stop. As postal cai'ds aro common property, and ns writing may be put on both shies, the fact that tho couplo nro on their honeymoon becomes known, no matter how hnrd they try to lildo It. At every, hotel whero tho couplo stops tho bride groom receives from tho grinning hotel clerk bunches of postal curds every tlmo ho goes to the desk. ClimclUeil. A visitor to one of tho stntcly an cestral homes of Virginia, who was bo. lug shown about by an old colored re tainer, paused beforo n pnlntlug. "ExquUltot" ho oxclnlmcd, raptur ously. "That must bo an old master." Undo Nelso shook his head. "No, sub," ho replied, '"talu't 01 o marstcr. Dot's olo Mist Is Al'Bon." Iloth Holler Off. "Don't grle-vo; your husband Is bet ter off." "So am I,1' responded tho young, wid ow ; "ho carried $23,000 life iusurauce." Uouston Tost. ( Hi Ht ) 1811 1m W lrewj By the Old bngllih Process "Ye Olde Inn" ALE A light, sparkling, palatable beverage, which in 8unty, richness, age and bealthfulness has no equal n draught everywhere ask for it. One dozen bottles delivered $1.50. Keeley Brewing Company Brewers and Bottlers of Fine Beers, Ale and Porter TELEPHONE SOUTH 449 28th Street and Cottage drove Avenue, CHICAQO JOSEPH THEUREft President P. H. PIET8CH Secretary and Treasurer CARL BUHL Vice President. THE PETER SCHOENHOFEN BREWING CO. 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