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FRED KUEHL, Manager
NEW YORK CHICAOO ST. LOUIS SAN FRANCISCO
The A. H. Meyer Co.
Mdnchener Lowenbraa-Marzen and BocK
ALT-PILSENER (PHseaetzer Brauiiit)
OLD PILSEN, BOHEMIA
35 So. Dearborn St., Room 71
Heat Randolph 4905 H. N. CLAUSSEN, Mgr.
The Rienzi Co,
626 DIVERSEY PARKWAY
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Corner Evanston Avenue
and Clark Street
Lake View III and 806
ITEMS OF MEREST
Gathered from All Quarters
About Men Talked About
in the Walks of
Men Who Are Candidates and
Men Who Are Not and What
Cottage Grove Ave. and 39th St.
Are aldermen elected by the people
of Chicago to look after their Interests
going to help the Tclcphono Trust,
when the. whole country Is moving
The manner In which the capital
stock of the Chicago Telephone Com
pany has been Increased should be
Investigated by the Aldormen.
Our banquet facilities open for inspection.
Wedding and dinner parties of all
kinds solicited. Menus
Tho city is entitled to 3 per cent of
tho groBs receipts of the company,
Docs It got It?
New York and Chicago
SOLE IMPORTER OF
"Wurzburger Hofbrau" & "Original Pilsener"
rtuhiat , Wurzburg, Bavaria
Gtnossinschafti'Srauercl, Pllstn, Bohemia
HANS LUCHOW, Western Representative
Office: CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BLDG.
Room 513,30 N. La Salle Street
Telephones: Auto 36-353; Franklin 91
PRIDE of the BAR
The Easiest and Quickest Cleaning
Preparation in the Market
FOR POMSHINQ COPPER. BRASS. ZINC. NICKEL,
BAR PIXTURB8 ud Oeaeral Hotuebold Article.
Itb&U-Actlnf, No Rubbtni Required.
TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED
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160 N. Sth Avenue CHICAGO
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PILSEN, HOFBRAU MAUS, MUENCHBN
CHICAGO OFPICB. Sf NORTH CLAKK STsHMT
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Ghe KAISER GARDEN
Cor. Addison and Halsted Streets.
Table d'Hote :: a, La Carte
All Kind of Sea Foed Freah Every Day.
Evenings and Every Sunday Afternoon
RUDOLF WOSSLICK. Prop.
Phoae L. V. 6292
It Is about time that the state of
Illinois came to the rcscuo of tho
peoplo and passed a law prohibiting
tho misuse of the name bank.
As matters stand at present, any
one with money enough to hire and
equip a storo can paint the name
bank on tho front windows and so
licit and roceivo deposits without let
Every yoar hundreds o'. peoplo
loso tholr savings through tho failure
or collapse of one or more of these
Legitimate banks which are la
themselves a guarantee of security,
are .passed by by thousands of sim
ple, and gullible people who are
charmed by tho advertisements and
cunning allurements of men who
never did any legitimate banking and
who never Intended to do any.
The Chicago Eagle has often re
ferred to this matter before and It
again urges upon the legislature and
upon men who are seeking seats In
tho general assembly, tho necessity
for passing a law protecting legiti
mate banks and prohibiting Illegiti
A new plnce to eat, 3S2 WEST MADISON STREET, lint west of Market Street.
Wlihct to announce the opening of a new RESTAURANT with table and quick
lunch lervlce at the above location. The tamo attention to patrons will be given
at thin new nlnco at that of the other Potthatt places that have become so fa
mous throughout Chicago. EVERYTHING Is wholesome and prepared to your
taste. Every precaution Is taken to please you and to make you a friend of the
most up-to-date moderate priced restauranta In the city.
POTTHAST conducts SEVEN of the best and moat sanitary restauranta In
the loop. The name tells the story.
If you should be any place down town Just remember you can atop at any
of the following placea and be served with all the courtesy you could receive at
home. Remember the addresses of the well establlahed Potthait places.
352 WEST MADISON STREET, juat west of Market Street.
Two Placea: S. W. Corner MADISON and FRANKLIN STREETS.
Two Places: N. W. Corner STATE and VAN BUREN STREETS.
American and Chop Suey, Second and Third floors.
Two Places: S. E. Corner MARKET and MADISON BT., with Cigar Stand.
FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC
H. JAMES KOLZE'S
FINE ELECTRIC PARK
AND HOTEL ACCOMMODATION!
Car. trvtjsj Pert Btritvird aed N. W. e4tb Strati
PALE PERFECTO BEER
A Fervoritt With Everybody
A Por It At Your
Club, Cafe or Restaurant
WACKER 4 BlfiK BREWING CO.
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The traveler, who was caked by a clerical-looking felloe
passenger whether or not be drank, may bate l.cea justified,
keinre answering, in asking whether the question was an inquiry
an invitation, But my advice to yoo, sub, is "Let awt
pportanlty slip bctweea yer fingers." Take it, whenever
each a qoery is put to yoo, a a frtsting invitation, provided,
tok, that taere it witbba coavtaieaT reach a supply el
Mvot nanuses bars, at tk beet ctsfceMMl rata nBTaRahatsje
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(BREEN V KENNFy, CHICAGO
The enormous dividends paid to Us
stockholders by tho Telephone Trust
are wrung from tho pockets of tho
people by excessive telephone charges.
Tclcphono rates must bo reduce;
andIn tlmo thoy will bo.
Tho fact that ono city council will
barter awny the people's rights is no
reason why succeeding councils should
do tho same.
Tho light for cheaper telephone
scrvlco will go on until it Is won.
Meeting hours tor City Council com
mittees are as follows:
Monday Streets and alleys, 2
o'clock; buildings, 3:30 o'clock.
Tuesday Schools and police, 11
o'clock: harbors, wharves and bridges,
2 o'clock; local Industries, 2 o'clock.
Wednesday Special park commis
sion, 10:30 o'clock; health, 2 o'clock;
local transportation, 2 o'clock; track
elevation, 3:30 o'clock.
Thursday das, oil and electric
light, 2 o'clock; license, 3:30 o'clock;
water, 3:30 o'clock.
Friday Compensation, 11 o'clock;
judiciary, 2 o'clock; finance, 2 o'clock;
bathing beaches, 3:30 o'clock.
Chairman Block of the local trans
portatlon committee named the fol
Street Car Service Complaint
Northwest Side Twlgg, Hyldahl,
Clancy. North Side Capltaln, Lipps.
Southwest Side Schultz, Donahoe,
Stewart. South Side Fisher, Bergen,
Committee on Wllmette Extension
of the Northwestern Elevated -RailroadBlock,
Twlgg, Schulti, Fisher,
Through Routes Block, Llpps,
Committee to Keep In Touch With
the Elevated Road's Valuation Com
missionBlock, Riehert, Llpps, Long.
Aim Mat tikis of Catfar Creak ll.itirhna
THE AUTOMATIC TKLIPHONB.
For a good many years the Chicago
public bad ample opportunity to ob
serve what telephone monopoly meant
In the way of service.
The rates had been raised several
times and threats of another raise
were being made. There was talk of
abolishing certain forms of residence
service. The publlo was treated with
scant courtesy. There were intermin
able delays In changing old phones
and Installing new ones.
Then camo the automatic telephone,
bringing with it the much needed
spur of competition.
Immediately the utmost efforts to
improve tho manual sorvlco wore
But It is a cold, hard fact that those
efforts havo beon to a largo degree
unsuccessful. It Is simply a physical
Impossibility to make manual sorvlco
come anywhere near the remarkable
efficiency of the automatic.
Tho reason is obvious. Tho auto
matic is a higher development of the
f telephone principle
It has eliminated the huge co3t and
great uncertainty of tho human
It has mado telephoning secret,
quick, low in cost.
On the Automatic telephone a ma
chine quick as lightning, absolutol)
accurate gets your number tor you
There are no hitches, no delays, no
Automatic telephone service him ro
ceived a tremendous welcome In Clii
cago. Automatic service has doublei'
and doubled again until over 40ti,uili
calls per day are being hanillud,
And all this In the face of on a o(
the most powerful monopolies the
world has ever seon.
For better telephone service, pbone
for your Automatic today Commer
cial Dept., 33-111.
Illinois Telephone a Telegraph Co.,
162 West Monroe Street.
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john j. Mclaughlin,
I'rc. and Treat.
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DENJ. M. MITCHELL, General Manager
All Departments Telephone ( ttl0 31931
No. 9 So. La'Salle St.
No. 1 40th Ave. and Taylor St., Phone Kcdzlc 3198
No. 3 14th and Lumber Sts., Phone Canal 230
No. 5 48th and Avondale Avcs., Phone Irving Park 325
No. 7 638 Kingsbury, Phone Central 787
No. 9 1800 Balmoral Ave.. Phone Ravcnswood 64
No. II N. E. Cor. 16th St. & S. 48th Ave., Cicero
Phone Kcdzle 3020
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Hair and Fibre
TANNER & CONLEY
rUXST-CLASS WORK AT UODBHATB PRICKS
72 W. Washington St CHICAGO
Telaphons Central 224
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Z. R. Carter & Bro.
WMOLMSALM DBALBQ3 IN
GRAIN and HAY
The Homan Pharmacy
Homaa Av. sad Hanlaoa St
An up-to-date Drug Store that
carries a complete line of Drugs,
Chemicals, Rubber goods, Toilet
Requisite, Cigars, Stationery and
We Carry, Sell and Recommend
Blocki's Empress Perfumes
A Natural Flower Product
A handsome Christmas Package
Our Mottoi A tquara deal far all
E. Baraatain, Prep.
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JOHN E. MALONEY
1657 N. PAULINA STREET
rHONE MONROE 1083
2313 N. CALIFORNIA AVE.
'I'hr.ti Humboldt 43
30 10 BELMONT AVE.
Those HaaiboUt 139
CAW. B. PORSBUBO
Ota F. BOMUM
Forsburg & Borman
GENERAL TEAMING and EXPRESSING
OFFICES 429 W. CHICAGO AVE.
Phone North 2391
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