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Dunne for governor Is the battle cry of the Democratic rank and file. Judge Edward O. Brown has won the admiration and confidence ot both bench and bar in Cook County by bis loss aad brilliant record. No nan on the Municipal Court bench has made a cleaner or abler rec ord than Judge John R. CaTerly. Jtdge Edward Osgood Brown stands i i .k. uHmiHnn nt all Chi xoreiuusk iu ww -.- - ---caioans both as an ablo and upright judge ana pumm i" v.. - tvSThmrdest working and aeet conscientious public officials In Illinois is County Judge John B. owens. How manv aldermen are owned by the phone company? Albert O. Wheeler Justly deserves the reputation ho enjoys of being ono of Chicago's leading and most highly respected financiers. Ono of tho ablest, hardest working and most conscientious men on tho Municipal court bench is Judgo John R. Caverly. President of tho Sanitary District Thomas A. Smyth can feel confident that his honest and fearless record has won for him tho confidence ot tho peoplo Irrespective ot party affiliation. The Creosote Trust has been ex onerated from all collusion with creo sote blocks. What Is It that makes the creosote blocks, so sticky and tarry then? Judgo John E. Owen's honest and ablo record as county Judgo makes every one of his big army of friends proud ot him. From the leaned tolepheae caput whose report was submitted to the City Council la May, 1111- we lean ea pages 41 and EO. that the Bell Tele phone monopoly that reaches all over the country, owns a eoatroUlag inter est In the local telophoae company aad the Western Electrical Company. The latter Is purely a manufacturing com pany," says the report, "engaged la the manufacture of Bell telcpheee ap paratus aad supplies." la 1104 a eea tract was catered lata betweea the local telephone company aad the elec trical company, both of taem owaed by the Bell monopoly, whereby the local compaay agreed to purchase an of Its supplies from the electric com pany. Under the terms of this con tract the electrical compaay agrees to deliver to the telephone company ril telephone appliances manufactured un der the license of the Bell Telephone Mpn"T' " V ?""W,7iif ' ''"' m. sfi r - f. M BBBBBBBBBBBBJk , J BBBBBmBBamabCr'. m v. ksBBBBJmiiu, '"' ' HsmWrMw aaaaW ' ' WBMfcj ' , .aaaaaaW .aaaaaaaVAv djmmmmmmmmnw " . ":'t3"M'i JaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVfclaaaaaaaw JdeT ;qBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBjKmBBBBaak ' "' RtBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi BBBBh gBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV mammmma. . 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On page 6 of tho report of this "Bspert" to tho City CeaaeU wo lad the statemeat made that the Ban meav opoly charges a natal of dl eeate per station for each set of laetramoaw used. This would amount to I1IMM yearly, bat tho expert discovered that vQ?i CJLLCBMLIvDI A s4smBki.gW mV a -mBBBTA mm mn . - , . ymi$m CVDftOT DYTTI Fh DFPD.Q LATUni UVI lUbV.WbhlW!. .Jk r $W' iilttlf 2Tiqu rOODTONtC PURtTOOD TON! STATES PHONE HUMBOLDT. -407S. Mi BRAND BREWING COMPANY bbbbbpjiBRBWBRS OF FINE BEERS 'smmmmmmmmmm) TBlwESPHOISBI VVUsBT 61 mmmmmmmmmmji BleflAon Avwiut and Snow Strt, CHICAQO, U A, bW fs mdUdsflgBBBBgk iJi&mjAmrl aMMPrgsJgsgrflkate .. HsbvPL. -" gflgsgsBP vjgmgsgaBBs9( m tSmKwEKtSw gkglggggggggggVg!gggggS mMmWwfBmtKttlmtBtBKKP sgsgsgsgmflmBBr '4sfSgBgsflgtBgsV9 SBIbbbW SOUTH CHICAGO BREWING COMPANY e FOOT OF ONE HUNDREDTH 8T. t Brewers of Lager Beer the local compaay really paid the parent compaay fUl.ttl last roar. About this eaeraeue svsrshafsjs the "0X00' aalvely says oa page It ot tho report aow la tho heads of the Council committee: "la JwetlaeaMea of the payment ot tho dIKereaeo tweca these amoaats, or IMM11 the) Chicago compaay receives eertaks services from tho pareat ismpaay which It, is claimed an worth tho amount paid. These services consist of tochaleal advice and counsel aad tho aae ot ap paratus patented by tho pareat com pany. What do you think of that? And then tho aldermea an asked to raise the rates oa tho people to help the local compaay eat Any alderman who votes to raise ntcs should be outlawed. Rates an twice aa much as they ought to bo at the present time. They should bo reduced. John F. Smulskl, tho well known banker and former State Treasurer, Is a man whom Chicago Is always proud to claim as one of her most prominent citizens. County Judge John E. Owens Is proving the honest and fearless pub Ho official everybody expected he would. A cleaner man never held office. In Probate Court Judge Charles 8. Cutting the people of Cook County have an honest, fearless and upright Judge. Csdesge for pie ce ea asaas Kernes beaattfal Btec- trie Park, at the ceraer of Irving Park heelevard aad Northwest Mth street People looking for a beautiful home In a pretty, healthful and convenient location should pay a visit to beauti ful Albany Park, the lamest subdt vision ever laid out at any one mme In Chicago, It Is located right at tee terminal station of the Ravenswood branch of the Northwestern Elevated Railroad, with the Kedsle and Law rence stations on the property. Fur ther Information can be had at the of. flee of M. J.vFaherty, real estate and builder, either at Lawrence and Kim ball avenues or at Kedsle and Bast wood avenues. No better piece la thaa B- Jamas ; 111 North OUrk far the Darted etrset. to She sees asmat Pltaea. Hsfbnahaas. Masaahaa, Beer erUeecs Biwehaaa The Ohtsagc et so Is smder the mesMsmment of Wsa. mmgtwBmsmBBmBBHPme Per the aeet tallonag at seoderate prices, ao to Tanner Cealey, block. They etond la the front of Celeste's leading taiiors. Taxedes aad fell dress setts u be rentes. The fair to Chicege'e feresseet de partment store aad Is alee the safest It aboanda with splendid asBoraaeato of merehaadlse esdeetvety fer the aae N --- tka - ' af th Bnnd ttrawtag Oempeay, at 1361 Btotoa ave , aersessa ever iuo eer eeat aurmg IMS. Their fsmene "Bxtra" brew has s wettd-wUe repatattoa. The Home Brewery is not only Chi cago's youngest brewery, but It le one ot her most successful. No brewery In the United States ever achieved success In such a short time as the Home Brewery. Its beer already has a reputation among the lovers of good beer as being par excellence. The Home Brewery also bottles Its beer and a case can be bad by calling up Humboldt niO. The A. H. Meyer Company, 85 South Dearborn street, the well-known Importers of beer, announce the first arrival of their celebrated Lowenbrau bock beer. This beer lp well known to lovers of good beer the world over. The Chicago offices of the A. H. Meyer Co. an under the able and pop ular management of H. N. Glaussen, for fifteen yean connected with tho Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company, Mr, Glaussen hae done grand work for the big company he represents and Is to be congratulated upon the splendid success it haa met with In Chicago. flTffB KtajM, ATLAS BREWING CO., BRBWBRi OR THB T and MOST HBAL.THFUL BEERS IN THB MABKBT TRY TNBH 2107 Blue Island Avenue, Chicago TOSETTI QUALITY aaaa9 McAVOY'S Malt Marrow MoAvoy Brewing Co. S40I BB4B BdMTTN PAJHI AVaV Tslt esses sM mPabst Blue Ribbon I The Beer I ylH of Quality I amwl Cataag Braiiea. 14 Nwth OtasaaMsM.1 ist Beer N- roenbok. m C BBWARe O. UIHLIIN, Manttfar. Talopleema afttf aV. 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