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THE CHtCAOO VA9L-1S: rfy!Si Cfc " -W'l ip ' ' ' a r i .' i & , w THE WEEK'S GOSSIP Ptrstntl Mtntion Is HtarcJ Around Town About Mtn Who Are Promintnt in Public Affairs. Talk That Is Going the Rounds as to the Doings of Lead ing People. By his flno record as Judgo of tho Municipal court, Harry P. Dolan is living up to tho expectations of all his friends. Charles 'C. Breyer, tho well known plumber and West Side Democrat, enjoys a well earned popularity throughout Chicago. Congressman Lynden Evans should have an easier tlmo being re-elected than he had being re-nominated. Tho Democratic voters aro united on his candidacy, and ho will rccelvo thou sands of Republican and independent votes. Ho bas-mado good and the people aro with him. Tho election of William E. Mason as congressman-at-large is desired by all good citizens. Tho well-known ability of tho popular former United States Senator along with his long and honorablo career commends his candl dacy to all honest votcrB. ; Henry J. Kolzo, the popular former .county commissioner, Is talked of by many of his friends for tho Republican nomination for city clerk next spring. Morton T. Culver, ono of Chicago's leading attorneys, Is a man who would servo with credit In any ofllco within tho gift of tho people. If thero is one man who Is fitted to represent Illinois in tho United States Senate that man Is Col. James Hamil ton Lewis. With a united Democracy behind him, tho wish of every one of his big army of admirers Is that enough Democratic legislators will be elected to place him where he belongs, " William' Kolacek, the popular presi dent of tho west park board, Is the choice of thousands of Republicans for city treasurer next year. Thomas A. Smyth Is not losing any friends among tho pcoplo by tho fear less performance of his duties as President of tho Sanitary District. Confiscation of small property hold ings Is what the great lncrcaso In real estate taxation will amount to before long. Tho rovenuo this year is over 100 per cent In many instances and over 40 per cent In the great ma jority of cases. Tho telephone company, according to "experts," is losing money. For a losing enterprlso It pays pretty big dividends and puts up pretty big build ings. ' Albert J. Hopkins, the popular for mer United States Senator, will take a foremost part in the big campaign this year. The telephone trust must go. Judgo John B. Owens rightly de serves his popularity throughout Chi cago. Doth as a public official and as a citizen his record is a clean and honest one. Tho honest, clean and fearless record being mado by President of tho Sanitary District Thomas A. Smyth being noted by tho people. Moro of ficials llko him aro needed. No man stands better In tho estima tion of the pcoplo of Illinois than former United States Senator Albert J. Hopkins. Androw J. Ryan, the well-known lawyer and former city attornoy, L.bBRssssssbYBk ttttMtttMJ" ''-SaaaaflBaW IbVssssssssssk sT.-' aaaaaaaaaflpW 'ff-:iE&Kfb aaaaaaaaaaaarsV '.LLLKiM&'XiiLBttLLkLH Bv BvBBYBaYBRBiRaaaaaaKcYBBSi aaaaaaaaaaw Rav LLLLLLkiiMs9hKc!1hV bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbe4Sssb bbbbbbbbSBHBvVHHHHHfipApSBH BBBBBBBB :BBa. ,BBBBBBBBKBBB2 'awBBBBBEutBBI BBBmBVBBBlBBKlnBBlil PETER BART2EN, The Fearless President of the County Board, Who Deserves to be Re-elected. stands high in tho estimation of all Chlcagoans both as a lawyer and as a citizen. People who have been helping the telophono company to pay eight per cent stock dividends and to erect twenty story buildings want telephono rates reduced. That fad artist, tho City Forester, advocates tho planting of fruit trees on street "parkways." Asldo from tho fact that fruit trees aro too small THfi CLJLBRrDj new aaafeJ rVDADT DfYTTI F Kf M7 PD& 'LAr.vni bw 1 1 1 M.w wbMvvk 2JJ TA m Jiefl W d 1 SBB BBaWBBV. . SBBJiaeUBS . . 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I will send half a dozen soparato kinds of seeds to anyone who sends a stamp for postage tho Royal Poin ciana, a gorgeous, showy plant of fiery red flowers; tho Palmetto Palm heed, with its beautiful broad deep cut leaves, and seed of tho real Cam phor Treo, also of tho novel plant called Job's Tears, and Sweet Mlgnon netto and seed of tho Southern Cot ton; enough for you and your neigh bor, so divide. Cotton bears very largo creamy white flowors, soon followed by the equally Interesting cotton bolls, a de cided addition to house plants. With tho seed will come general directions for culture. As the season advances, should any one not bo sent, It will bo because they aro all gone; another sort equal ly as nice will bo sent in Us place, anyway, so you will get six varieties of seed. ALICE WARNER. Jacksonville, Florida. Ne better pises la OWeaas for pie dee, feettrals sad parties of aU kiaas thai a Janes Coke's bMtrUfal Dlse Me Park, at the corner of Irving Park eenlerara aad Northwest 64th street People looking for a beautiful home In a pretty, healthful and convenient location should pay a visit to beauti ful Albany Park, the laaasat subdi vision ever laid out at any one aaae In Chicago. It Is located right at as terminal station of the Ravenswood branch of the Northwestern Elevated Railroad, with the Kedzle and Law rence stations on the property. Fur ther Information can be had at the of fice of M. J. Faherty, real estate and builder, either at Lawrence and Kim ball avenues or at Kedsle and Bast wood avenues. street, Is fas lit Nerta Clark CsrtaeUattei fleiefilett. FImsb, Haferaaaass, MaeaakeB, liver astUeaes isausaas. Tae CIMsssje ef ts Is aaasr tae auuusasaeat ef , Fer tae ieest talloclag at stoderate prices as to Taaaer a dealer, Reaper block. They stand la tae front rasas of Chicago's leading tailors. Tnxedes aad roll dress salts aa be rested. Tae Fair la Oalcasa's foreatoet de partment store and Is slss tae safest It abesads with spleadM sssortsatats of BMrcaasdlse xdnslTeljr for tat sat efsfaa. .BMar - jgp . C&g ? BaMBa3aBaaaaaaaBa mwinj km lorn.aafai mwm I CsaLMWUlfa b EXTRA PALE BAVARIAN ANa EXPORT BEERS J TC. Gtrfwet 730 Ntiflrf Dept., Tel. Cifwnet 863 Lake Shore, foot of 27h ' Steael No wsadsr the plaess sf tas Brand Brewtag Company, at UB1 Mos ave- aae, laereasei ever 106 aer eeat dortag 1911. Their famous "Extra" brow has t world-wide repntatlsa. SOUTH CHICAGO BREWING COMPANY FOOT OF ONE HUNDREDTH ST. Brewers of Lager Beer Tho Home Brewery Is not only Chi cago's youngest brewery, but It Is one of 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 Us beer and a case can be had by calling up Humboldt 9310. The A. If. Meyer Company, SB South Dearborn street, the well-known importers of beer, announce tho first arrival of their celebrated Lowonbrau bock beer. This beer Is well known to lovers of good boor the world over. The Chicago offices of the A. II. Meyer Co. are under the able and pop ular management of H. N. Claussen, for fifteen years connected with the Anheuser-Busch Browing Company. Mr. Claussen has done grand work for the big company he represents and Is to be congratulated upon the splendid success it has met with In Galeae, cttas ja sbjs)sjiia. ATLAS BREWING CO., BREWERS OP TUB KeVT and MOST HEALTHFUL BEERS IN THI MARKET TRY THIM 2 1 07 Blue Island Avenu.e, Chicago QUALITY ictrapui .. eavesjaey McAVOY'S Malt Marrow MMNNl Wt PMVMCIAM MoAvoy Brewing Co. 3401 U4I South Pars abb. 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