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a": TW'TS'Sjfy ft-w'VvsTi 1 THE C W I O M GQ tiACIUBt:. ft THE WEEK'S GOSSIP Personal Mintion Is Htard Around Town About Men Who Are Promintnt in Public Affairs. IWc Thais Tj oing the Rounds 3to tne Doings of Lead ing People. Tho bost placo In Chicago to buy diamonds Is nt Tom N. Donnelly's, 24 North Dearborn street. Teach reading, writing and arith metic In tho public schools and let the teaching of trades alone. The Lane Tech., with Its superannuated crowd Of CS old men wasting school funds on a smattering of trades, ought to be lesson enough of tho dangers of vocatlonallsm. Jacob Llndhelmor, assistant City Treasurer, la much talkeu of by Demo crats for City Treasurer. The old fashioned Trust phone service In Chicago Is getting worse every day. Patrons are constantly complaining of It. Wrong numbers are constantly In evidence; the busy signal is given frequently for a "wrong number", whllo tho phone that is called Is not busy at all. Some of the operators are Impertinent. Others of them nro lncompetont. All of this works for a loss of business, time and patience Tho whole system is an tiquated, and out of date. It Is only retained because tho old company is more interested In piling up dividends than It is in serving tho people In Judge Joseph Z. Ulillr tho people havo on tho Municipal Court bench an able, honcBt and conscientious man. In Judge John It. Caverly the people havo an able, honest and conscien tious main on the Municipal Court bench, s Albert J. Hopkins' appointment to tho vacancy in the United States Sen nto from Illinois is urged by all fair minded men. Judgo Edward Osgood Brown would do honor to tho position of Attorney General. When theJlen monopoly was work ing overtime tn get the city council to knock out tiro1 Illinois Tunnel Tele phone Company's franchise Mayor Harrison7-expressed himself as believ ing that bettor sorvlco could bo ob tained from a dual telephone service than from tingle on. "In every Instance that I have been personally informed of," ho said, "the two systems havo been about as cheap to tho consumer as ono. Competition seems to produco better service. I really bollovo that better sorvlco can bo expected from two companies than from ono." Every alderman who votes for tho telephono trust will bo beaten for reelection. Tho Telephone Trust wants tho people to pay high rates bocauso tho Trust Is going to raise wages of Its employes. M. J. Faherty would mako an excel lent City Treasurer. Frank I Fowler, tho well-known attorney, who made such a grand raco for Congress In tho Tenth District, Is bolng talked of by many Democrats for judgo of the Superior Court bench. Judgo John R. Caverly Is making a lino record on tho Municipal Court bench. He is nn able and conscien tious judge. fy & AUTOMATIC MT90- a6 MADISON ST: WEST mwmwiK Chicago Dally News editorial, De- cembor 19, 1911: It has been the aim of the telephone company to do away with unlimited ervlce as far as possible and to re quire all users of Its instruments to go on the measured service basis. Op position to tho measured service plan is aroused whenever a patron of the telephone company It made to pay two tolls where one should be suffi cient. The ordinary person In attempting to telephoae to a railroad passenger atatton, for example, It likely te nek for tho wrong number for the purpose of hit call, for to confuting It the array of titles and numbers la the telephoae directory that It It eftea difficult to decide upon the department that la wanted. Frequently the infor mation bureau at a railroad atatloa, when appealed to, refera the Inquirer to another telephoae number In the tame building. Thla aecetiitatei the payment of a second toll. Telephone I operator! are careful to prevent the econa can rrom oemg maae wiinout the payment of a tecond nickel. Both the railroad oompanlet and the telephone company should do their best to see that the arrangement of department nwcet in the telephone di rectory sumeWvtly clear to enable Inquire. m Iho first time for the number they really want. The city ought to havo a bureau of complaints to which appeals for the Improvement of faulty conditions of service might be mado by patrons of local public utility corporation-. John J. McLaughlin would make n flno speaker of tho House. Ho is a man of ability and force whoso' whole public record haB been ono of honesty and usefulness. Androw J. Ityan, tho well-known lawyer and former city attorney, ntnniln hlirh In thn (intimation of all Chlcagoans both as a lawyer and as a citizen. XHC CELEBRATED, ni rVDADT. DATTI F IV AFT DjS , toll litqui puiwrrooo ton . UNITED STATES BREWING C5J ... .. H0NC HUMBOtoT ,407a r BRAND BREWING COMPANY BREWERS OP FINE BEERS gflgflgagagai TBLEPHONB WbtST M aaVUgflHagflg Etlston Avnue and Snow Street, CHICAGO, U. S. A, 'tjaYaYaYaYA SOUTH CHICAGO BREWING COMPANY FOOT OF ONE HUNDREDTH ST. Brewers of Lager Beer Following nro tho officers of tho United States Brewers' Association: Jacob Ruppcrt, Jr., president, 1639 Third avenue, Now York City. William Hamm, 11 rat vice-president, Minnehaha and arecnbrlar avenue, St. 1'aul, Minn. Edward A. Schmidt, second vice president, 127 Edward street, Phila delphia, Pa. Uustavo Pabst, third vice-president, 917 Chestnut street, Milwaukee, Wis. Anton C. O. Hupfel, 229 East 38th street, Now York City. Hugh F. Fox, secretary, 109 East 16th Btroot, Now York City. Trustees: Edward Ruhl, .Boston, Mass.; Herman Straub, Pittsburgh, Pa,; lludolf Brand, Chicago, 111.; Al bert Carry, Washington, D. C; Charles Wiedemann, Newport, Ky.s Rudolph J. Scnaefer, Now York City; Julius Llobmann, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Au gust W. Woebken, Philadelphia, Pa.; Percy Andrao, Chicago, 111.; Anthony Schrolbor, Buffalo, N. Y.; August Fit ger, Duluth, Minn.; Joseph Ulhleln, Milwaukee, Wis.; Adam Muollsr, Port land, Oro.; Julius Strob, Detroit, Mich.; William J. Lemp, St. Louis, Mo.; Frank Fehr, Louisville, Ky.; Q. L. Becker, Ogden, Utah.; S. B. Fleming, Ft, Wayno, Ind. Chairmen of committees: John Gardiner, vigilance committee, Phila delphia, Pa.; A. O. Hupfel, Jr., publi cation committee. New York City; Louis B. Schrnm, labor committee, Brooklyn, N. Y.; James R. Nicholson, advisory committee, Boston, Mass.; E, A. Faust, crop Improvement com mittee, St. Louis, Mo.; C. W. Felgen span, commltteo on , transportation and rates, Newark, N. J.; August Goo bel, Jr., membership committee, De troit, Mich,; Robert Crain, counsel, Baltimore Md. Following aro tho United States Maltsters' Association officers: B. F. Hales, president, Chicago, 111.; Fred erick Vullmahn, vice-president, Chi cago, III.; C. E. Remer, treasurer, Kenosha, Wis.; R. W. Caldwell, secre tary, 1104 Farwell Trust Bldg., Chi cago. Following are tho United States Browmasters' Association officers and trustees: Wm. Carthaus, president, St. Louis. Carl Poller, first vice-president, Cleveland, O. John Elsenbolss, second vice-president, Chicago. Marcup Maegerlein, secretary, Chi cago. Fritz Schoeller, treasurer, Chicago. Trustees: Jacob Andrae, Cincin nati; Otto Rosenbusb, Detroit; Hart wig Hardors, Milwaukee; Geo. W. Seller, Elizabeth, N. J.; Wm. Hipp, Philadelphia; Louis Rttschel, Phila delphia; Otto Doer, Louisville, Ky.; Gottfried Wldmor, Now York; John Bleslnger, Pittsburgh; Chat. Wleland, Pittsburgh; Carl Wanke, Baltimore; Geo. Zimmerman, Cleveland; John A. Kayan, Now York; Max Hocflo, Al bany, N. Y.; Aug. W. Bramm, Buffalo, N. Y. M. M. Connery has established a garago ut 2C30 Wabash uvenuo which Is one of tho finest In the city. It will take good caro of all kinds of automo biles and Is fully equipped to charge electric trucks. Pooplo who aro looking for first class truck storage or automobllo spneo, will do well to patronize Mr. Connory. Mr. Connery Is a brothor of John T. Connory, tho well-known conl merchant, and of Frank D. tJon nory, tho city clork. He Is a life-long resident of Chicago and has hosts of friends In all walks of Ufa. ADVERTISEMENT. EXTRA PALE BAVARIAN AN EXPORT BEERS Tel. Ctk met 730 BottflRg Dept., Tel. Cahrmet 863 Lake Shore, foot w 27th Sim . 4. ATLAS BREWING GO., BRBWBR8 OP THB EST and MOST HEALTHFUL BEERS IN THB MARKRT TRY THRU 2 1 07 Blue Island Avenue, Chicago f QXJAL.ITTY HBBvHbV RaWr 4. A.. McAVOY'S Malt Marrow RV PMVtMIAHt MoAvoy Browing Co. t s4oi U4I South Paok Ava. TtlftftMtN Favorite Table Beverage Pabst Beer Tho Home Brewery it not only Chi cago'a youngest brewery, but It la ono of her most successful. No brewery In tho United State ovor achlovod 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 Homo Brewery also bottles its beer and a cnoo can be had by calling up Humboldt 0310 Advertisement. No imported beer on tuo market to day has met with greater success than that handled by August Luchow. Tho Orlelnal Pilsenor. from Pllsen, Bo hemia, la sold by this big concern, as is also tho famous Wurzburgor Hof- brau from Wursburg, Bavaria. These beers aro the favorites at Chicago' leading clubs, restaurants and buffets. They are without a peer. The Chicago offices of August Luchow are located in the Stock Exchange building,. SO North LaSallo street and are under the management of Hans Luchow. Mr. Luchow has made a splendid record for the business In the west and he enjoys a widespread popularity among Chicago's leading business men and citizens. Advertisement. 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