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THE CHICAGO EAGLE, IAOLMTM. CREAM OF MALT BEER William A. Doyle, the well-known and highly respected attorney, would grace a seat on the Superior Court bench. It BREWED SOLELY BY THE Albert O. Wheeler, the wall.knnwn s j. l. nuarnar financier and business leader, is one ot the men who have helped make Chi cago the great commercial city she is today. Brewing Company James B. Hopkins, the ablo and highly respected attorney and Master in Chancery ot the Federal Court, would mako a splendid Judge. taAMHTrrniMttt iimreoflMtumw 1617 ti 1619 21st Nin ACTJUHE30I906 SERIAL NO 4883 BOB 1 " '-niT m asav mwmM mmU aTaf .KsaBBaVSPF' aMsaeMsmJstaL . eroCay NnsmwrVasiiaaiTl E yCgfaMsfaaBaaBsaWaWBaBi yW aMMBMsM fttlT Hffl I saayBaaaaBaKsasM'M KasaMSaSaSaL . jrffr WSaiAisl.aaaaBBPS . iJT-sn Kuul iaMsjiiiHBBBK VaraaHEwMEmi!; YBABaa99aaBBJIBBvawaBaaaKaaBBWxSJ' i r i' k TittpfciM Caial 138 CHICAGO I WmIm iiiHim r J bbbbbbbbbbbbbbHbbbW BVv-eatv? VflH The ArA.JEhniknnPJMIHikkkkVn r'"" "o t MAW4II AUGUST LUOHOW LI IMPOHTMr WURZBURGER HOFBRAU tress lolirkuhaui, Warsanrs;, Itrtrlt and ORIGINAL PILSENER MANS LUCHOW Brauerel, Piles, Itaaa III LA IALLE SHEET CHICAGO The Rienzi Co. MM MVMMY BLVD. Ml CHICAGO NWYMK CHICAO IMTtN ST. LOUll ONONfUTl RUDOLPH OELSNER Mil AUNT PM T VMIM STA1M BUEROBRLICHES BRAUHAU1 P1LSEN, HOFBRAUHAUS, MUBNCHIN SchloM-Brunncn. Qerolttoin OHKAOe OPRGB. fM NORTH CLAJMC f TBLOMttfm Htm It WM. fCHO i BMMSMb H PALE PERFECTO BEER A Favorite With Everybody A For H At Your Club. Cafe or Restaurant WAWER A IIRK BREWtffi CO. vaWM BkTIW 44. fee N. Colonel Says:, The traveler, who was asked by a clerical-looking fellow passenger whether or not he drank, may have been justified, before answering, In asking whether the question was an inquiry or an invitation. But my advice to you, sub, is "Let not opportunity slip between your fingers." Take it, whenever tack a query is put to you, as a frttting invitation, provided, tab, that there is within convenient reach a npply ol Qftno:a HENDERSON BOURBON mm al nutata bats, at Mm bast (lata and eaiaa. 4 br as tka las laataai tarsus a faa eaatt mtmtotlmm Its eaalitrwaa'taaswaV IBREEN V KENNEDY. CHICAGO Ala Dlef an of CJw Cm Bourbon -1 DktfllWT at Frankfort. By. iiTanJprajaajrj jji BTajBBBBBBflBrgBHBjBBSBBlBBV"1 'AllV'Ts'rr .IbBbWBBBbV" a.u "a J .iniBfcVH, " Tt"WONej;SHAne"ro!P4S - ix mm son sr wesr Lwm&f, If You Are Not Handling America! Finest Beer Call up West 650 at once and order a Sample Case. Delivered anywhere in the City at S1.20 per case of two dozen pints. THE STANDARD BREWERY 12th aid Campbell At. CHICAGO TANNER & CONLEY MERCHANT TAILORS PIRST-CLA33 WORK AT UODMRATR PRICES j, . . . . , , Reaper Block 72 W. Waahing ton St CHICAGO Talephoae Central 224 W RENT TUXIDOS AND FULL DRB8S SUITS Judge Edward A. Dicker is being boomed by many Republicans for a seat on the Superior Court bench. Former United States Senator Al bert J. Hopkins, is universally re spected and admired all over Illinois. Edward J. Magerstadt, the popular Republican leader, and former City Collector, is strongly talked of for State Treasurer next year. Ross C. Hall, the popular lawyer and Democratic leader, is in line for a good nomination next year. Richard wTcilfforaV whoso grand record on tho Circuit Court bench la known to everybody, would prove a winner on the Democratic Judicial ticket this fall. Frank L. Chllds, the popular attor ney, is enjoying a good, healthy boom by his many friends for one of those Democratic nominations for Superior Court Judge. County Attorney Gustav J. Tatge Is strongly backed for nomination for Superior Court Judge on the Dem ocratic ticket John T. Murray, the popular attor ney who won such a splendid victory at the Judicial primary a few years ago, is being strongly urged for one of those Democratic nominations for Superior Court Judge. Q. J. Chott, the popular lawyer and former magistrate, is In line for nomi nation by the Republicans next year for Municipal Judge. George K. Schmidt, the popular former alderman and county commis sioner, would prove a winning Re publican candidate for State Treas urer next year. Tho many friends ot Daniel L. Crulce will leave no stone unturned to place that able and deservedly popu lar lawyer on the Superior Court bench. TOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS. ETC. H. JAMES KOLZE'S FINE ELECTRIC PARK AND HOTBL ACCOMMODATIONS Car. Mai Park Boetevars aai N. W. 4(a KNtt CHICAOO Albert O. Wheeler stands foremost among Chicago's ablest financiers and business men. Judge Joseph H. Fitch has proven by bis record to be the right man In the right place. His reflection Is assured. Fresh blood is needed on the mu nicipal bench. There are over four million unli censed dogs in Chicago. This moans a loss ot $8,000,000 to the city In rev enue. The number of new fire en gines or of firemen and policemen who could be hired for this sum .Is easily computed. The Thirty-fifth ward has in Alder man Irwin R. Hazen one ot the ablest and most aggressive members ot the city council. . James M. Slattery Is making the best Superintendent of Publlo Service that Cook County has ever had. He Is an able, hard-working and cour teous public official. Jacob M. Horn, the popular West Side 'furniture manufacturer, and for mer West Town Assessor, is being talked of for Sanitary ( Trustee next year. Judge Marcus Kavanagh's record on the bench is so well known that his re-election next fall Is assured. L. D. Condee is strongly backed by Republicans all over the city tor nom ination for Superior Court Judge. NEW YORK OLIPPER m THU HaUT T lafftTaWerSWW NNI Ml THI WORLD. siiSS rV TasTi aapi eajp le eej ampli Copy Fbbc . m am ' Sg?r3 TWf 1 rf" -Kal MJilx. WEST SIDE BREWERY CO. iiwnijyi. PAULINA hO AUGUSTA STS. CHICAGO ... "" THECONRADSEIPPBREWINGCaCALUMET FOOT OF 272 ST. CHICAGO 809 A Malt tonic that stands for Purity TIVOLI MEWING CO. Datrall, Met, Telethon 031 Devdlas Altes The Bter in the Green Bottle W.J.WELBASIY 3016 Cottarfe Grove Ave. Must e cuceflawMk, Lager john j. Mclaughlin Fret, and Treat. WM. KBLLS VtcPre.. DBNJ. M. MITCHELL, O.aertl Managtr JOSEPH MITCHELL ftocntary All Ocpartmrnta T.l.pbon. Pressed Brick Paving Brick Common Brick Bank Sand Torpedo Sand (travel Crushed Stone Sewer Pipe Flue Lining Wall Coping Qranlte Block McLaughlin Building Material Company Main Office No. 9 So. LaSalle St. I Central 7H 1 Auto UNI Portland Cement Utlca Cement Louisville Cement Lime Platter Hair and Fibre Wood Lath Metal Lath Corner Beads Staples Qranlte Screenings Yard No. 1, 40th Ave. and Taylor St. Yard No. 3, 14th and Lumber Sts. Yard No. 5, 48th and Avondale Aves. Phone Kedsle 3189 Phone Central 7S8 Phone Jefferson Park 28 BUY YOUR Carpets, Rugs Brass and Iron Beds From the Old Reliable Cash Furniture Hardware and Paint Store HENRY STUCK ART 2511 to 2519 Archar Avanu Phone Yards) 27 ASL B. rOMBUKO BO. F. BORMAN Forsburg & Borman GENERAL TEAMING and EXPRESSING OFFICE: 429 W. CHICAGO AVE. Phone North 2391 CHICAGO Distilled Water Ice Factory Cor. Eddy St. and Seminary Ave. Dally Capacity 150 Tons Ice Houses Silver Lake, Wis. deneva Lake, Wis. Storage Capacity 100,000 Tons BOYLE ICE CO. MAIN OFFICE 535 MARINE BUILDING LAKE AND LA SALLE STREETS TELEPHONE MAIN 1099 BRANCH OFFICES: 1320 E. RAVENSWOOD PARK 327 N. CARPENTER STREET TELEPHONE EDOEWATER 1148 U27 EDDY STREET TELEPHONE LAKE VIEW 416 Mvi ibb aaa uJSI 2 ft il J m Bw AW .bb Lt Ws m saHsr .bbbb , l&r aBaHsaar r Bottled Beer Trii? TPA TVflfV wn IT IT 13 J PHONES LINCOLN 495 6 I "S.