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,, ,' M ' H ' t, ' ' f '' ' ,,"-'K"' '' THE CHICAOO SA SB THE WEEK'S GOSSIP Personal Mtntion It Heard Around Town About Mm Who Aro Prominint in Public' Affairs. peal to all classes of voters. Ills fine record as a business man and a citizen along with his lifelong residence in Chicago makes him the right man to placo on the County Board. IMWIMAMD EXTRA PALE BAVARIAN Stephen A. Malato Is entitled to tho support of all good citizens in his cam paign 'for Municipal Judge. His clean and able record as a lawyer and a cit izen makes his candidacy for a seat on tho bench one that every honest citizen can vote for. r ',-'' Jl&' m KP Qr f Talk That Is Going the Rounds as to the Doings of Lead ing People. Albert G. Wheeler by his brilliant and successful record In the financial and business world of Chicago has gained for himself a big army of friends and admirers throughout the city. As President of the Sanitary Dis trict Thomas A. Smyth Is proving the honest, able and fearless publlo official the people like. Edward A. Dicker has made good as Judge of the Municipal Court and he Is entitled to a re-election. , Sentiment for Dunne for Governor Is spreading like wlldflro throughout the state. No better man could be placed oh the Board of County Assessors than Charles KrutchonVIIIs splendid record as chief 'clerk of the Board qualifies him In every way for tho position of County Assessor. Ono of tho best men on tho Munici pal Court bench Is Judge John R. Caverly. Ho is able and conscientious and Is at all time working In the best Interests of tho people. James M. Dalley Sanitary Trustee. Is a winner for County Judge John B. Owens can bo found at all times working honestly and fearlessly In the interests of the people. Stephen A. Malato Is a good man to placo on' tho Municipal Court bench. Tho candidacy of John E. Maloney for County Commissioner should ap- Joseph P. Connery deserves' to bo elected County Recorder. He Is quali fied in every wny for tho office and his election will give the peoplo a public official that they will be proud of. Mr. Connery Is the kind of a man tho people need in publlo office. He is a man of ability and force of char acter. Ho has had an extensive ex perience in dealings In abstracts and records in connection With real estate and legal matters, which fact makes him especially well fitted for tho po sition of County Recorder of Deeds. Mr. Connery has a splendid record to his credit both as a business man and a citizen. He received the fol lowing recommendation from the Mu nicipal Voters' League In Its report of April 1, 1009: "Joseph P. Connery Democrat; lives 2028 'Washington boulevard; of fices 801 Corn Exchange Bank build ing; 36 yenrs old; has had for several years entire management of the large George C. Walker estate; secretary and member of trustees of the Grace land Cemetery Improvement fundi with charge of Investment and super vision of expenditure of fund; In Chi cago thirty-four years; In ware eigh teen years; public school and' West Division high school; owns property In ward; man of integrity, character and unusual force and Independence; experienced in Important business af fairs; signed league platform." That Joseph C. Blaha will bo re elected to tho Legislature In the Nine teenth District Is certain. He Is one I of tho cleanest cut men elected to ffM wfctf H vi -i' mill' mm, K:Baaa', HQ ' Jffl'n ' BBBBaflmjBHHBk lllsBBaaaaaBBaaatol amaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaT aaa! nlH OsVRfisBVBBBBBiBBBBBBBl UiPr 'Baaaaauaaaaaaflavaaaaaal BaaaaaaaaaaawaY' '. SgZgZgZEBBHBBBBJ Mt bbbbbbbbIbbbbbbbbIbbbbbLiLiH auaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVBaY I bbbbbbbbbbkSbbbbbbbbbbbbbI amaaaaaaaaalBaT ., ' .Bmaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaauaaaaaaaal BaaaaaaaaauuaV . VBH HH' .BBBBBBBBBBlBSHBllBBBBBHBBBBBi n' ' :iiiHw?BBBBH Tcf. 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V , bbbbSbMbBi fflnMMnHBBBmBlR, BBaaaTaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai JBMXBJgBPeiBaaaaaaBaaaavBhN'aiaYgSSnsn RRRRRvRRR ifaaVJiSfiMBVBaaBaMHaaaaavBa CII&BKtBVaTEBllaRBrlrB? MaaaaaaBsaaaaanaaalKaBawEyrjBVBaaaaB tpjj SOUTH CHICAGO BREWING COMPANY FOOT OF ONE HUNDREDTH 8T. Brewers of Lager Beer per, brass, sine, nickel, bar fixtures and general household articles It hat no equal. J. C. Paul ft Co., are the sole manufacturers of this great cleanser. The big department store of W. Kolacek and company, 2030-2042 Mil waukee avenue, has no peer of its kind In Chicago. It is essentially a store for everybody. Highest qualities and low est prices. When you wish to enjoy a good meal and good music at tho same tlmo don't forget tho DREXEL CAFE, southeast corner Cottago Drove avo- nuo and 30th street. Everything for everybody and everything tho best can bo had at the Drcxel. It Is pat ronized by the best class of people and Is conducted in a high class man ner. Its banquet facilities aro un equaled. Wedding and dinner parties of all kinds are solicited. One of the most popular places on tho North Side is Rudolf Wossllck's German restaurant, known as tho Kaiser Garden, at tho corner of Hal sted and Addison streets. For those who enjoy a good meal, there is no better place In Chicago. Meals table d'hote and a la carte. All kinds of sea food fresh every day. Concert every evening and Sunday afternoon. Special attention Is paid to automo bile and other' parties. Tho Rlensl Cafe and Garden, Diver soy boulevard, Bvanston avenue and Clark street, Is one ot tho most pleas ant and enjoyable places In the city. It is first class In every rospect, con ducted in a most respectable and or derly fashion, and patronized by the very best class of people. For a good tlmo go to the Rlenzl. Concert every ovenlng and Sunday afternoon. People looking tor a beautiful home in a pretty, healthful and convenient location should pay a visit to beauti ful Albany Park, the laajast subdi vision ever laid out at any one tssae In Chicago. It la located right at the terminal station of the Ravenswood branch of the Northwestern Elevated Railroad, with the Kedsle and Law rence stations on tho property. Far ther information can bo had at tho of fice ot If. J. Faherty, real estate and builder, either at Lawrence and Kim ball avenues or at Kedsle and East? wood avenue. MssMtRejsB sKsaVRejt Hi MBRsass vRflarV Mfaaa. SaBasBBkabkAM " - - "i MINIRMMi sWMMaV IHvk PftTlMMB atewhMBit Tito CMmm SBBBBBBflsSBBWe rer the laeat tallertef at prices ge to Tanner Oonls Mock. They otaad la the front of OaJeage'e loaflag tad fall n oaMaeaa bo reaoai. The Voir is OaiieaVa finsisst e partaawt assee and is alee the safest It ssiaaas with spleaaH saesraasaai of isrcasaalti satluatfoty far tho an HaaRflBBBv BaillBlBBlMBiBSMBSllllllMBllBBBlBiajBBBBBBl TOSETTI MEANS QUALITY OBaBBnaBBBBBBBBBBaOJBMV .TVa1lUI 4.A.OX McAVOY'S Malt Marrow i MNI BV MVeMeJIAM .i MoAvoy Brewing Co. aaseewrm pam aml I Tehaataeai ajmiiii Cotaast 8401 otwwwtwwOWwiwOtottftOl Favorite Table Beverage Pabst Blue Ribbon The Beer of Quality Chicago Branch, 354 North Desplaines St. C. W. HAGEMANN, Manager t$mmmmmmmmmx&mzi Pabst Beer of the Brand Oeaspoay, at OBI Baotea ave- me, tacreaoei over IS aor coat arlag 1911. Their famous "Extra" brew has The Home Brewery u not only Chi cago'a youngest brewery, but it to one ot her most successful. No brewery In the United States ever achieved success in such a short time aa the Home Brewery. Its beer already hu a reputation among the lovers of good beer aa being par excellence. The Home Brewery also bottles its beer and a case can be had by calling up Humboldt 9110. b , MWARb) Q. UIHLIIN, Manage. C MIA0 FPIfJB, Wf TiUpfcojw H Tws ejf Mbm an AaHNuwj Aaa. a The A. H. Meyer Company, 15 South Dearborn street, the well-known Importers of beer, announce the first arrival of their celebrated Lowenbrau bock beer. This beer ia well known to lovers of good beer the world over. The Chicago offices ot the A. H. Meyer Co. are under the able and pop ular management of H. N. Clansaen, for fifteen years connected with tho Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company, Mr. Claussen baa done grand work for the big company be represents and ia to bo congratulated upon tho splendid suocees it hu not with la Chicago. I the BEST I I BREWING CO. I 1 So Wo Ooi'im1 llotoHsr tatr ttorndon Ma I 1 TU UeBk Vlevw kto OMm I sjiwvi I & w, tm. s-wmatv!Ssiit& wjjssYfc . ? -laife ;v? ', t. .Ktijvjjyr ttv.t o ..ft,, yw wJs '