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THE CHICAGO EAOLK.
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New York and Chicago
SOLE IMPORTER OF
"Warzburger Hofbrau" & "Original Pilsener"
GiRMScntehaftt-lrHerel, PIImi, tehtaU
HANS LUCHOW, Western Representative
Office: CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BLDO.
Room 513, 30 N. La Salle Street
Telephone: Auto 35-333; Franklin 91
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FRED KUEHL, Manager
The Rienzi Co
626 DIVERSEY PARKWAY
Corner Evanston Avenue
and Clark Street
Lake View III and 806
The A. H. Meyer Co.
Manchcicr Ldwenbraa-Marzen aid Bock
ALT-PILSENER (Pilsenetzer Brauluu)
OLD PILSEN, BOHEMIA
35 So. Dearborn St., Room 71
Fseae Rtneelpa 4N5 H. N. CLAUSSEN, Mgr.
Cottage Grove Ave. and 39th St.
Our banquet facilities open for inspection.
Wedding and dinner parties of all
kinds solicited. Menus
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Gathers1 from All Quartan
About Mtn Talked About
in the Walks of
Men Who Are Candidates and
Men Who Are Not and What
Judgo Edward Osgood Drown would
do honor to tho position of Attorney
Bernard F, Weber would mako a
splendid Postmaster for Chicago.
Common Justice demands that Al
bert J, Hopkins bo appointed to the
seat In tho United States Senate that
ho was so unjustly deprived of.
Andrew J. Ryan would grnco a seat
on tho United States bench.
Tho Progressive Party intends to
nominate candidates for aldermen in
every ward in the city.
scar F. Mayer & Bro.
Packers and Provision
Sedgwick Stand Beethoven Place Chicago
Telepboae Dearbera 345
She KAISER GARDEN
Cor. Addison and Halsted Streets.
Table d'Hote :: a La Carte
All Kinds of Sea Food Fresh Every Day.
Evenings and Every Sunday Afternoon
RUDOLF WOSSLICK, Prop.
Fhoae L. V. 6292
A new place to eat, 3S2 WEST MADISON STREET, Juet wtet of Market Street.
hea te announce the ooenlna of a naw RKBTAURANT with tabla and oulek
lunch service at the above location. The eame attention te patrons will be given
wtt -i ciucit sum an tr. unjta cmamxn
atU AOCNT Ml TMI IMIYM STATU
PILSEN, HOFBRAUHAUS, MUENCHBN
CtltCAOO OPPlCfl. M NORTH CLARK STsHUTT
TVCKtlUMC NORTH It WM. fCHUMACNflR.
PALE PERFECTO BEER
A Fsvoritt With Everybody
A Por H At Yeur
Club, Cafe or Restaurant
at thla new nlaea aa that of the other Potthatt olaeaa that hava h.eoma .a fa
mous throughout Chicago. EVERYTHING le wholesome and prepared to your
taste, (very precaution le taken to please you and to make you a friend of the
most up-to-date moderate priced restaurants In the city.
. POTTHAST conducts SEVBN of the best and most sanitary restsurants In
the loop. The name telle the etory.
If you should be any place down town Juet remember you can atop at any
of the following placee and be served with ell the courtesy you eould receive at
home. Remember the addreeeee of the well established Potthatt places.
SM WEST MADISON STREET, juet west of Msrket Street.
Two Plscest S. W. Corner MADISON and FRANKLIN STRBITS.
Two Places: N. W. Corner STATE snd VAN BURIN STRBBTS. "
Amerlcsn and Chop Suey, Second and Third Floors.
Two Places: 8. E. Cornsr MARKBT and MADISON ST8., with Cigar Stand.
POR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC
H. JAMES KOLZE'S
FINE ELECTRIC PARK
AND HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
Car. kf Park Boulevard asa N. W. 64th Street
WACKEI 4 IIRK BREWING CO.
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The traveler, who was aaked by a clerical-loosing tellow
aaseenger whether or D"t be drank, mo have beea ustihe
before answering, in asking whether thr question was an tnqutry
se sa tnvitatton. But my advice te yea, enh, is "Let eat
eapenaalty slip between year fingers." Take It, whenever
a qeery la put to yoo, a s fttting imwitmtion, provaie,
taat there is within convenient reach, a enpply af
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iBREEN V KENN' Y. CHICAOO
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Competition and lower rates In tho
telophono Hold aro demanded by the
pcoplo of Chicago.
So strong is this feeling growing
among all classes of tho community
that the eiTorts of tho telephone trust
to stille competition and keep up
rates will fall In tho long run.
What an awful combination this
telephone trust is.
it controls tho telophono scrvlco In
every great city of the country.
It controls the Western Union
It controls the General Electric
It controls the Western Electric
And It keeps up rates In order that
tho peoplo may bo milked of great
dividends for stockholders.
BrVsBawBBieEM KawBawaniiiSaLfi) Sn
ACTJtmC 30 190ft
mo. WES' SIDE I BREWERYCO.
3084 THE cONRADSEIPPBREWINC.calumet '
POOT OF 27 jn jjt. CHICrViMr S09
JOHN J. McLAUOHLIN,
. I'rci. ana i ccai.
BENJ. M. MITCHELL, General Manager
All Department! Telephone Juto'SlMI
I iimnnn I
No. 9 So. La Salle St.
Hair and Fibre
Yard No. I 40th Ave. and Taylor St.,
Yard No. 3 Mth and Lumber Sts.,
Yard No. 5 48th and Avondale Avei.,
Yard No. 7 638 Kingsbury,
Yard No. 9 1 800 Balmoral Ave.,
Yard No. II N. E. Cor. I6th St. & S. 48th Ave., Cicero
Phono Kcdzle 3020
Phone Kedzie 3I98
Phone Canal 230
"Phone Irving Park 325
Phone Central 757
Phone Ravcnswooct 64
It la about time that the state of
Illinois came to the rescue of the
people and passed, a law prohibiting
the misuse of the name bank.
As matters stand at present, any
one with money enough to hire and
equip a store can paint the name
bank on the front windows and so
licit and receive deposits without let
Every year hundreds ot people
lose their savings through the failure
or collapse of one or more ot these
Legitimate banks which are In
themselves a guarantee of security,
are passed by by thousands of sim
ple and gullible people who are
charmed by the advertisements and
cunning allurements of men who
never did any legitimate banking and
who never Intended to do any.
The Chicago Eaglo 'has often re
ferred to this matter before and It
again urges upon the legislature and
upon men who are seeking seata In
the general assembly, the necessity
for passing n law protecting legiti
mate banks and prohibiting illegiti
In Judgo John R. Caverly tho people
have an able, honest and conscien
tious main on the Municipal Court
In 1000 Chicago telephones aver
aged 18 calls per day. They now
averago C calls per day. Tho com
pany 1b consequently getting more
money than over for bad sorvlco.
Tho majority of Illinois Republi
can legislators favor Albert J. Hop
kins for United States Senator.
Candidates for Aldermen aro crop
ping up in every ward in tho city.
Oscar P. Mayor would make n splen
did city treasurer.
THE AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE.
For a good many years tho Chicago
public had antplo opportunity to ob
serve what telophono monopoly meant
In the wny of service.
Tho rates had been raised several
times and threats of anothor rnlso
were being made. There was talk of
abolishing certain formB ot rosldonco
sorvlco. Tho public was treated with
scant courtesy. There woro lntormln
nblo delays In changing old phones
nnd Installing now onos.
Then came the' automatic telophono,
bringing with It tho much neodod
spur ot competition.
Immediately the utmost efforts to
Improve tho manual sorvlco wero
Out It Is a cold, hard fact that these
efforts have been to a largo degreo
unsuccessful. It Is Blinply a physical
Impossibility to mako manual service
come anywhere near tho remarkablo
efficiency ot the automatic.
The reason is obvious. The auto
matic Is a higher development ot tho
It has eliminated the huge cost and
great uncertainty ot tho human
It baa made telephoning secret,
quick, low In cost.
On the Automatic telephone a ma
chine quick as lightning, absolutely
accurate gets your number for you.
There are no hltche's, no delays, no
Automatic telephone service baa re
ceived a tremendous welcome In Chi
cago. Automatlo service has doubled
and doubled again until over 400,000
calls per day aro being bandied.
And all this In the face ot one of
the most powerful ' monopolies the
world baa ever seen.
Fo better telephone service, pboae
for your Automatlo today Commer
cial Dept, 83-111. .
Illinois Telephone A Telegraph Ce.,
TANNER & CONLEY
riKST-CLASS WORK at upper atk pkicbs
72 W. Washington St CHICAGO
Talapkaaa Caatral 224
WB RINT TUXIDOS AND FULL DRSS1 tUITC
A If. CART J. A CATWK
Z. R. Carter A Bra.
WMOLMSAJLM DMALBH IN
GRAIN and HAY
The Homan Pharmacy
Homan Ave. and Harrison St.
-An up-to-date Drug Store that
carries a complete line of Drugs,
Chemicals, Rubber gpods, Toilet
Requisite, Cigars, Stationery and
We Carry, Sell and Recommend
Blocki's Empress Perfumes
A Natural Flower Product
A handsome Christmas Package
Our Motto: A iquaro deal for all
E. Barnstain, Prop.
JOHN E. MALONEY
1607 N. PAULINA STREET
raoNB Monroe isaa
aaia n. California ave.
Mioae eUt 43
30 ID BELMONT AVE,
rheae Mi MB
CARL B. rORUORO
OBO. F. BOUUN
Forsbiirg & Borman
GENERAL TEAMING and EXPRESSING
OFFICES 42t W. CHICAOO AVE.
Paoaa North 23tl
CIS llkawn a.
112 West Mehree
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