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fft w? ij fijsBnvrqjv "TTfE nasiissj THE CHICAGO EAOLC. ITEMS OF INTEREST NEW YORK CHICAOO ST. LOUIS SAN FRANCISCO The A. H. Meyer Co. SOLB IMPORTERS Miinchener Lowenbrau-Marzen and Bock MUNICH, BAVARIA ALT-PILSENER (Pilsenetzer Br.ul.al) OLD PILSEN, BOHEMIA 35 So. Dearborn St., Room 701 CHICAOO, ILL. Pass lUnaelph 4905 H. N. CLAUSSEN, Mgr Gathered from All Quarter About Men Talked About in the Walks of Politics. Men Who Are Candidates and Men Who Are Not and What People Say. CMMNTEEDllNOt. IHEfOOO AND DMJGJ ACT JUNE 30 1906 SERIAL NO 4003 TEL WEST SIDE BREWERY CO.' aiiiuui ..aiiiftiKu ct Mmu- Judge Dunne will run llko a scnred deer at the primaries. MONRHP iStS,r.JrX!iT!mJrmmSw cr 3084 THE C0NRAD 5Epp BRWIN0L calOmet FOOT OF 27 IS ST. CHIC 809 Oscar Hebel Is being talked of by thousands of Republicans as the right man to nominate for State's Attorney. A Malt tonic that stands for Purity IMBB53v X Ii' EsaVwsr r AnT nBB2aBaEejP" Ssa .iw j Ti 8Baaaa yavri 1 vS' M OJeW T&Jfy sejJaVafiL . - tfKvTly . ArifrnwrniiTlMT i "ajPJsfcMWWSWgfgli agpaWSjSjaA 'Wav''MiFa I VUaVBaSsaVMnBa? iaw -lBaBaR.-BaVAxVWSBBKr1 mBfGm V. K.SS-atJ-SW" SS-aTaw nMkAT "i2l I frr1-ir mmi JB. "" ' : l I- i l i . i i l EeEy flPJCj9hfesEEEEeEej0aj i August Liichow New York and Chicago SOLE IMPORTER OP "Wurzburger Hofbrau" & "Original Pilsener" FROM tritkwM, Wmssef, tavsrU FROM GiMUcaiclwfU'lrMcrcl, Mm, lehuela CHICAGO BRANCH HANS LUCHOW, Western Representative Office: CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BLDG. Room 513, 30 N. La Salle Street Telephones: Auto 36-353; Franklin 91 Oscar F; Mayer & Bro. MAYER MOOSE BRAND 4 Packers and Provision Dealers HAMS, BACON SAUSAGE, LARD Sedgwick St. and Beethoven Place, Chicago Telephone Dearborn 345 MIT YMI CHiCAM tMTCN tT. UMJK CaWMNAfl RUDOLPH OELSNER ma AftT tea mi BUEROBRLICHBS BRAUHAU1 PiLSBN, HOFBRAUHAUS, MUENCH1N Schlots-Brunntn. Gerolstein PALE PERFECTO BEER A Favorite With Everybody Aak For H At Yeur Club, Cafe or Restaurant WACKEI 4 BIRK BREWING CO. VBHkwHi) BPIw is a atae. M- The Colonel Says: The traveler, who was ashes' by a clerical-lookini fellow ateeagtr whether or not he draak, may have beea justified, keiore antweriag, la asking whether the question was an fMty er aa invUmtion. Bat my advice ta yam, ma, is "Let ast apartaalty slip between yaar nagtra." Take It, wheaevar each a aaery to pot to yon, aa a fritting invttmtion, provided, aah, that there la within eoavealeat reach a tapply el cyw By getting after the butter and egg trust and breaking it up the govern ment will do much toward reducing the present high cost of living. Mr. Sunny of the telephone bunch, says the "nickel-first" phone is a Chi cago invention. Well, Chicago la not proud of it and wants It tried some where else. HENDERSON BOURBON mnttmht.Atbtm4Un4flm.ntTMmtmA awauaiawai ajeara mtwrnntimm we neaiayw i ar a IBREEN if KENNEDY. CHICAOO ef CaSar Crak Rnurbea DatlMrr at Frankfort, Ky, N anssAae) wmm. a mmrn auuiK mur B H Tmjnf iwmsi mam tee wa. tcwuMAcesaa, m mps H UNITEi STATES IEPAATIENT SF AIRIOILTIRE BUREAU Or CHEMISTRY. FOOD AND DMIQ INSPECTION LABORATORY. Hetoen Building, Dearborn and Harrison Streets, Chicago, Ills., October 20, 1911. Mess. Fr. Hollender & Co., If W. lUJaels St Calces. Gsntlemen: I am instructed to DETAIN AS MISBRARDBD all shipments of beerconsttlated AFTER DECBMBBR i. sou, labeled "PILSRER" which DO NOT COME FROM the town of Pilssn, Austria. .The attsntioa of Shipper!, Importer end Broken is celled to this -decision in order that they may act accordingly. Respectfully, C. L. Winton, Chief of Chicago Laboratory. A similar letter has been issued and forwarded to the trade by the New York office of the above department signed by A. W. Ogdea, Acting Chief. We call the attention of the public to this letter, which we received from the DE PARTMENT OP AGRI CULTURE and would advise the public, in as much as they pay for PILSEN BEER, to in sist upon getting our GEN UINE ARTICLE, which is BREWED in PILSEN, Bohemia. FR. HOLLENDER., THE PIONEER BEER IMPORTERS of the U. S. (H 'I a jSPi; arln 93 1 JflrFiTi3jTsiy It the Democrats nominate a good municipal judge ticket they will have little trouble In electing it. Aldermen who favor telephone monopolies will not bo in much favor with the people when election time comes around. FRED POTTHAST A new place to eat, 382 WEST MADISON STREET, Juat wait of Markat Straat. Wlahea to announce the opening of n new RESTAURANT with table and quick lunch aervlce at tha above location. The aame attention to patrons will ba given at this new place aa that of the other Potthaat placea that have become ao fa mous throughout Chicago. EVERYTHING la wholeaoma and prepared to your taate. Every precaution la taken to please you and to make you a friend of the moat up-to-date moderate priced reatauranta In the city. POTTHAST conducts SEVEN of tha beat and most sanitary reatauranta In the loop. The name tells the story. , If you should be any place down town Juat remember you can atop at any of tha following places ana be served with all tha courteey you could receive at home. Remember the addresses of the well established Potthaat placea. 362 WEST MADISON STREET, Juat weat of Market Street. Two Placesi 8. W. Corner MADISON and FRANKLIN STREETS. Two Places! N. W. Corner STATE and VAN BUREN STREETS. American and Chop Susy, Second and Third Ploora. Two Placesi 8. E. Corner MARKET and MADISON STS., with Cigar Stand. TANNER & CONLEY MERCHANT TAILORS MUT-CLASS WORK AT UODMRATS JMaTJSJ Reaper Block 72 W. Waihinf ton St CHICAGO TolophottoECoatral 224 WS HINT TUXBDOS AND PULL DRBM IUITS POR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC. H. JAMES KOLZE'S FINE ELECTRIC PARK AMD IIOTIL AGCOaWODATfONf I Car. Err Part feejttraN Mi & W. Utk Strttt CHICAOO The more the opposition, tho big ger will be Dunne's majority for Governor. B. F. Weber, the original single fare alderman .and father of the trol ley system, has announced his candl dacy for the Democratic nomination for alderman In the Twenty-sixth ward. He enjoys a widespread popu larity all over the .ward and bis friends are going to leave no stone unturned to land him a winner. Albert O. Wheeler Is one of the men who have helped give Chicago the great reputation she has in the financial and business world today. D. R. O'Brien, the well-known Insur ance man aad cltlien, would make a splendid member of the County Board of Assessors. The big army of frlenda of Judge Thpmaa F. Scully are leaving no atone unturned to land the Democratic nom ination for States Attorney for the popular Judge and former alderman. Georgo Mills Rogers stands fore most among Chicago's ablest law yens and public spirited citizens. Edward F. Dunne is the choice of tho Democratic rank and fllo for gov ernor and that ho will win is almost a certainty. President of the Sanitary District Thomas A. Smyth Is.maklng tho clean, able and fearless record that overyono of his frlonds know ho would make. Georgo W. Paullln, tho well known furrlor and sanitary trustco, would provo an easy wlnnor for congress in tho Tonth district. No imported beer on tbo market to day has mot with greater success than that handled by August Luchow. The Original Pllsonor, from Fllsen, Bo hemia, Is sold by this big concern, as is also the famous Wurzburger Hof brau from Wursburg, Bavaria. These beers are the favorites at Chicago's leading clubs, restaurants and buffets. They are without a peer. The Chicago offices of August Luchow are located in the Stock Exchange building, 80 North LaSalle street and are under the management of Hans Luchow. Mr. Luchow has made a splendid record for the business in the West and he enjoys a widespread popularity among Chicago's leading business men and citizens. It Is reported that the telephone company baa hit upon a new scheme for the extraction of the nimble nickel from the clothes of customers. The new acheme Is called the "short ring." Heretofore when a call was made the telephone bells Jingled a long time or until they were answered. Now, in some parts of the olty they are barely tapped. Of course if the party called does not hear the mild ring or takes the sound for a "esossed wire," or a "mis take," the caller has to try it over again and drop another nickel. This nickel movement is a great thing. In fact, In Chicago the telephone company has discovered the richest nickel mine on earth. Judge Dunne has the people with him from the start in bis campaign for the Democrat gubernatorial nomination. NEW YORK CLIPPER ) TH aRUTfST IKITalOat ft SHOW IN THI WORLD. ft-MhrYnr, St II ample Copy Fbbb. Telephone 8 31 Dawglaa TIVOLI 1RBWINO GO. Oetf.lt, allelw Altes Lager The Beer in the Green Bottle W.J.WELBASKY 3016 Cottarfa Grave Ave. n..af.r cuee THE F-AIVIOUtB CREAM OF MALT BEER ia BREWID SOLELY BY THE -XSSMee J. L Hoarbir Brewing Oompany 1617 It 1619 2IH 1m T.lwbmttul CHICAGO JOHNJ.aleLAJJOHLrM WM.KXLLe JOSBTH aUTCXOBU, mm, aao inmm. wm. aaai BBNJ.M aUTCHBtU Oeearal Miafer ASDatMrtaMata tlt ftitnlst Pressed Brick Paving Brick Common Brick Bank Sand Torpedo Sand Oravel Crashed Stone Sewer Pips Flue Lining Wall Coping Qranlte Block McLtnghlin Bnildinf Material Company Main Office No. 9 So. LaSalle St. Portland Utlcal LonlsvMs Urm Plaster Hair and Flare 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. S, 48th and Avondale Aves. Phone Kedsle 3189 Phone Central 718 Phone Jefferson Park 21 L BUY YOUR Carpets, Rugs Brass and Iron Beds From tha Old Bailable Caah Furniture Hardware and Paint Store HENRY .STVCKART 2511 to 2519 Archer Avemu Phena Yarde 37 CARL B. FORSBURO a r, bouum Forsburg & Borman GENERAL TEAMING and EXPRESSING OFFlCEt 42t W. CHICAGO AVE. Phone) North 2391 CHICAGO DIstMle-J Water Ice Factory Car. B(My St. aad Samtaary Avt. Dally Capacity ISO Teas let Houstel Sliver Laks, Wis. OesMva Lake. Wis. Sterag Capacity 100,000 Tetae BOYLE ICE CO. MAIN OFFICB 535 MARINE BUILDING LAKE AND LASALLE STREETS TELEPHONB MAM ! BRANCH OFFICES :( 1330 B. RAYBNSWOOD PARK 327 N. CARPBmaW arTRaWT TELaVHONB BDOBWATRR 1148 n BODY STRBaTr TBLBPHOral LAKB YltrW 4e3 M ( i i kj -i.V. ii ...ii. .wt-iii)miei. i '"'