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w r - THE CHlOAQO KAOL.fi:. HEW YORK CHICAGO ST. LOUIS SAN FRANCISCO FRED KUEHL, Manager frc'Vv ' " t-W jF" - I :i The A. H. Meyer Co. SOLO IMPORTERS Mtinchener Lowcnbru-Marzen aid Bock MUNICH, BAVARIA ALT-PILSENER (Pilieietzer Brtu.m) OLD PILSEN, BOHEMIA 35 So. Dearborn St., Room 71 CHICAQO, ILL. Flee Rasaolsh 490S H. N. CLAUSSEN, Mp. August Liichow New York and Chicago SOLE IMPORTER OP "Warzburger Hofbrau" & "Original Pilsener" FROM Wanfetrf , Smrk PROM fiMMMUtkruIrHrtl, rHfts, Behtals CHICAGO BRANCH HANS LUCHOW, Western Representative OSes: CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BLDO. Room 513, 30 N. La Salle Street Telephones: Auto 36-333; Fraakllafl PRIDE of the BAR The Easiest and Quickest Cleaning Preparation in the Market FOR POLISHINO COPPER. BRASS. ZINC. NICKEL. DAR FIXTURES and Ototral Hotwhold ArtlclM. It ! Self-Actlng, No Rubbing Required. TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED SampU FREE en Ap filiation J.CPAULCO. Sole Manufacturers 160 N. 5th Avenue CHICAGO IF MWVMt CHKAM MCTtN n. LOWS RUDOLPH OELSNER Mil AMNT Ml IBB Mm tTAIM BUERQBRLICHBS BRAUHAU1 PILSEN, HOFBRAUHAUS, MUENCH1N Schlosf-Brunncn. Qertifteifi CMftCAOe OPfKB, SM NOHTH CUUHC 1TB T VeUtPltWrJB mTM Iff WM. tCHUMACNB. i PALE PERFECTO BEER A Favorite With Everybody AJkPtrHAt Yeur Club. CU r RMtAurant The Rienzi Co. 626 DIVERSEY PARKWAY Corner Evanston Avenue and Clark Street Telephones Lake View III and 806 CHICAQO mWWWWWWWWBBBTBBWWWWWWWWWWWWWwWtBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBmWJw aT1 LPIQfll aHBaW GhmyBaal " ' 75he Drexel Cafe Northeast Corner Cottage Grove Ave. and 39th St. Our banquet facilities open for inspection. Wedding and dinner parties of all kinds solicited. Menus gladly submitted. ITEMS OF INTEREST Gathered from All Quarters About Men Talked About in the Walks of Politics. Men Who Are Candidates and Men Who Are Not and What People Say. S6e KAISER GARDEN Cor. Addison and Halsted Streets. Table d'Hote a La Carte All Kindt of Sea Food Fresh Evary Day. CONCERT Evenings and Every Sunday Afternoon RUDOLF WOSSLICK. Prop. Phono L. V. 6292 Tho candidacy of James M. Datley for Sanitary Trustco deserves success. Tho Democrats made no mlstako In nominating htm. The position of Sanitary Trustee Is n big and respons ible one and Mr. Dalley Isia man cap able to All the position and discharge his duties In a way that will be sat isfactory to the taxpayers Ho served the people of Chicago In the city council and his record there showed him to bo a man of force and Inde pendence. Ho is a life-long Democrat and has been a faithful leader In the party. He should receive tho votes of all good citizens. aJFWVZaSX?El77Y BlABBBc5rSi .f t- YlfeaHBBBSiBvicSBExtaCsS CMtMNTrEHiMra thuoobansdmics AIT JUNE 30 190ft SERIAL NO 4003 TEL MONROE 3084 WEST SIDE BREWERY C6. PAULINA '"AUGUSTA 3T5. SUK TFt THE CONRAD SEIPPBREWINCgk.CALUMET FOOT OF 27 JUST. CHIC 869 A Malt tonic that stands for Purity JOHN J McLAUOHMN Prut and Treat. VM. K11LL8 Vlc-fre. DKNJ U MITCHELL. Otneral U.nager JOSEPH 1UTCHBU, Secretary FRED POTTHAST A new place to eat. 362 WBST MADISON STRBBT, Just wttt of Market Itmt Wlshee to announce the opening of a ntw RESTAURANT with table and quick lunch service at tht abovo location. Tht aamo attention to patrons will bo given at thla new place as that of the other Potthaet placee that have become ao fa moua throughout Chicago. BVBRYTHINQ la wholesome and prepared to your taste, (very precaution le taken to please you and to make you a friend of the most up-todate moderate priced restauranta In the city. . POTTHAST conducts 8BVBN of the best and most unitary restaurants In the loop. The name tells the story. s If you should be any place down town Just remember you ean atop at any of the following places and be served with all the courtesy you could receive at home. Remember the addresses of the well eetsbllshed Pottnatt places. SM WIST MADISON STRUT, just west of Market Street. Two Placeai 8. W. Corner MADISON and FRANKLIN STRUT. Two Plaeosi N. W. Corner STATB and VAN BURBN STHEBT8. American and Chop Suey, Second and Third Floors , Two Placest B. Corner MARKET and MADISON STi., with Cigar Stand. Congressman Lynden Evans should have an easier time being re-elected than he had being renominated. The Democratic voters are united on his candidacy, and he will receive thou sands of Republican and Independent votes. He has made good and the people are with him. Albert H. Putpoy, the popular and ablo lawyer, would mako a splendid Judge. The election of Arthur W. Fulton to Congress from the Sixth District will send to Washington a man well worthy to represent the people. Mr. Fulton Is a man of ability and force with a clean record as a public ofll clal, a, lawyer and a citizen. As a member of tho city council from tho Thirteenth ward he proved himself to bo ono of the best aldermen Chi cago ever had. He was an active, wldeawako public servant working at all times In tho Interests of tho peo ple He mado a single handed cam paign for the nomination for Congress in the Sixth District and his great victory on primary day was a fitting testimonial of the regard In which he Is held by .the people. Walter E. Schmidt has as County Assessor provon himself to be an nblo, honest and courteous public offi cial. His candidacy for re-election Is deserving of the support of all good citizens. FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC H. JAMES KOLZE'S PINE ELECTRIC PARK AMP flOTBl. ACCOMMODATIONS I Ctr. IrtsBj Pttrk SteJtYtwl at N. W. f4tk Street CHICAQO WACKEI 4 IIRK BREWtffl GO. b a Bark, N. mXSmKmBKj .BBsaaPL--aleaeJsfTfl"''.SLe) The Colonel Says: The traveler, wb was asked by a clericaJ-lookinf felayw pamagtr whether or not he 4rak, nay have bees JoatifieeV hfert auweriaf , is asking whether the question was as Jesus; c as ti-mfe-iNt, Bat my adica u yea, sub, is "Let act ay part tty sMp betwee ywir iafers." Take It, whesevsr a epcry is pat to rav, as a frttttmg tamfatftea, prsvMes. Is wMfcas eoavcaieat reach a supply ofkaC HENDERSON BOURBON A better man could not be placed on the Sanitary Board than James M. Dalley. He Is qualified in every way for the position. Voto for him next November. Tho Democratic voters couldn't have selected a better or more popu lar choice for County Commissioner than John E. Maloney. Ho will be elected by a big plurality. Tho peoplo of Chicago .are watching wltn admiration tho fine record being mado by John E. Owens as County Judge. JoBoph E. Bldwlll, Jr., has made a grand record as Clerk of the Circuit Court and ho deserves a re-election. It Is clonn, able and energetic men like him that the people need in public office. Ho is entitled to tho voto of every good citizen. Hugh J. Kearns is the right kind of a man to place on tho Municipal Court bonch. All Indications point to a swooping victory for Congressman Lynden Ev ans In his campaign for re-election in the Ninth District. Charles Krutckoff's nomination for County. Assessor by the Republicans was a worthy one. Mr. Krutckoff is qualified in every way for the position and he deserves to be elected. Following are the home games of the Chicago White Sox: Philadelphia Aug. 8, 9, 10, 11 Detroit Sept. 1, 2, 2 Cleveland Sept. 5, 6, 7, 8 Boston Sept. 10, 11, 12 New York Sept. 13, 14, IB Philadelphia Sept 17, 18, 10 Washington Sept. 20, 21, 22 St. Louis Sept. 29 Comlskoy Park, 35th and Shields Ave. No tmporied beer on tne market to day has met with greater success than that handled by August Luchow. The Original Pilsener, from Pilsen, Bo hemia, Is sold by this big concern, as is also the famous Wurcburger 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 baa made a splendid record for the business In the West and he enjoys a widespread popularity among Chicago's leading business men and citizens. NEW YORK CLIPPER TiaATteT mm d siow Mm IN THE WORLD. HMNrYMT. Sit It tiff Sftfttnu WHBKLT. All DcptrtmrAU) T.l.phonA10fV,? Prsnseil nrlck Paving Brick Common lirlck Dank Sand Torpedo Sand Grmel Crushed Stone Sewer Pipe Flue Lining Wall Coping Oranlte Block McLaughlin Building Material Company Main Office No. 9 So. LaSalle St. Portland Cemetrt Utlca Cement Louisville Cemeai Lime Plaster Hair and Fibre Wood Lath Metal Lath Corner Beads Staples Qranlte Screenlngs Yard No. 1. 40th Ave. and Taylor ft Yard No. 3, 14th and Lumber Ms. Yard No. 8, 48th and AvondaJe Ave. Phone Kedtto 3189 Phono Central 718 Phono Jef fersoa Park N TANNER & CONLEY MERCHANT TAILORS WlKSr-CLASS WORK AT MODBKATM PRIOBM Reaper Block 72 W. Waehing ton St CHICAGO TUpkB Csjatral 224 WB HINT TUXBOOS AND FULL DRBM aUXTt I. ff CARTE . J. B. CAXTW Z. R. Carter 6t Bro. WHOLM&AL DBALBRS IN GRAIN and HAY Hmlf4 mad Mb Stri tf The Roman Pharmacy Homan Ave. and Harrison Si An up-to-date Drug Store that carried a complete line of, Drugs, Chemicals, Rubber goods, Toilet , Requisite, Cigars) Stationery and Perfumes We Carry, Sell and Recommend BlockTa Empress Perfumes A Natural Flower Product t A handsome Christmas Package Our Mottot A square daaJ for dl E. Baraatsta, Prap. iUBBBBBx BSBSBSBflBivla sjsBBBHaiaer MTINTiaMN. I.IHI CARRIAGES rRIVATE AHBULANCB JOHN E. MALONEY UNDERTAKER 1607 N. .PAULINA STREET PHONE MONROE 1893 aaia n. California ave. 'Phone Humboldt 43 30ID BELMONT AVE. raoae HaaibeUt 188 P.aXMlUM 0 CABL B. PORSBUKQ Fort burg & Borman GENERAL TEAMING and EXPRESSING OFFlCEt 420 W. CHICAGO AVE. mm aB hMba btm. at the bwt etaha Ml rwfce. and he- oBttaltadk kMsesaaerfUiaMI aan-aTWrtMei to'tttMUtwaaaiiva (BREEN y KENNEDY, CHICAGO tAMPLI COPY F CHICAGO e Phoa North 2301 PIMM of .Ctdtt CrMk Bnurbaa PbSIHry at Praukiort. r. i I i U-C ltx J . n'..rli,"i'.Hiv. .(., ..).,,. frl.(W-.f .j .jjyty,' I??T"