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V" yT'E" fKJifefp !-" ,t THE C M I u a 3 O CASUe. V . ITEMS OF INTEREST Gathered from All Quarters About Mtn Talked About in the Walks of Politics. August Liichow New York and Chicago SOLI$ IMPORTER OP "Wurzburger Hofbrau" & "Original Pilsener" FRED KUEHL, Manager The Rienzi Co. ft PROM fcViohiui, Warzbafj, Uurtt , PROM GinositnuhattS'lnicrtl, Mies, ItHeala 626 DIVERSEY PARKWAY ? Men Who Are Candidates and Men Who Are Not and What People Say. CtimNTECBlNBtR CHICAGO BRANCH HANS LUCHOW, Western Representative Office: CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE DLDO. Room 513, 30 N. La Salle Street Telephones: Auto 36333: Franklin 91 M Corner Evanston Avenue and Clark Street THCI009MIDDIIUCS AtTJtmC30l)06 SCRIM NO I0U3. Telephone! Lake View III and 806 CHICAGO TEL WKT SIB? RRFWFRY CO Anson H. Drown would prove n worthy roprescntntlvo of tho Thirty Mrat ward In tho City Council. MONROE PAULINA " AUGUSTA STS. cm , 38 THE CONRAD SEIPP BREWINCS& calumet "- - p I'- J aBBBBe9iBUB 4TvIe7 rtanwrrta maw! esW?v'SayBBBBmiiJSaSvaaTfti VSaMiaaaaaaaaBSVaweLK Sir: 1W .TY ' . a.' jt . i FOOT OF 27 V ST. CHIC 869 BJ 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. John M. O'Connor, tho populnr Stato Senator from tho Twenty-ninth Dis trict, has announced his candidacy for Superior Court Judge I y if j Utah -Brau mericas Finest Beer 1 i Delivered direct frvm Me Brewery. Cafup His 650 and Order a Case. She KAISER GARDEN Cor. Addison and Halsted Streets. Table d'Hote :: a La Carte All Kinds of Scm Food Frssh EVery Day. v CONCERT Evenings and. Every Sunday Afternoon RUDOLF WOSSLICK. Prop. Pho.e L. V. S292 Edward A. Dicker, former Munici pal Judge, Is the cholco of thousands of Republicans to succeed Superior Court Judge Den M. Smith. Albert J. Hopkins won the everlast ing friendship of the peoplo of Illi nois by his honest, clean and fearless record In tho United States Senate. William D. Munhall would prove a winner as the Democratic nomlneo for Judge of the Superior Court next spring, Clayton E. Crafts would grace a seat on tho Federal bench. Talk of 'Judge Edward Osgood Drown for Attorney General In Presi dent Wilson's cabinet continues to grow. Andrew J. Ryan would grace a scat on tho United States bench. FRED POTTHAST . . A new place to eat, M2 WBST MADISON STKBBT, Jut west of Market Street. Wlahee te announce the opening of a now RBSTAURANT with table and quick lunch service at the above location. The same attention te patrons will be given et thle new piece ae that of the other Potthast placee that have become eo fa moua throughout Chicago. BVBRVTHINQ le wholesome and prepared to your taste. Bvery precaution la taken to please you and to make you a friend of the most up-to-date moderate priced restaurants In the city. . etOTTHAtT conduete SBVBN of the best and most sanitary restaurants In the loop. The neme telle the etory. Oscar F. Mayer & Bro. MAYER MOOSE MAUD Packers and Provision Dealers HAMS, BACON SAUSAGE. LARD Sedgwick St. and Beethoven Place, Chicago Telephone Dearbera 348 . W yeu eheuld be any place down town Just remember you can atop at any t uia fallowing piacaa ana do rxao win an n rourun you coma receive ai home. Remember the addresses of the well estsbllshed Pottnast plaeee. SM WIST MADISON STRBBT, just west of Market Street. Two Plscesi B. W. Comer MADISON and FRANKLIN STRBKTS. Twe Plaeeet N. W. Corner STATS and VAN BURBN STRBBTS. American and Chop Suey, Second and Third Floors. Two Plaeeei S. B. Corner MARKBT and MADISON STS-, with Clear Stand. The telephono trust could make money -If Its servlco was limited to 'three classes of the measured va riety at 9, $12 and $20 per year. But It wouldn't pay eight per cent dividends. The taxpayers of Chicago are beaten out of thousands of dollars annually by the telephone trui. Everybody knows that In all outly ing districts and even in some locali ties In the loop district, the telephone trust Is not required to bury Its wires. Costly brick, asphalt and ce ment alleys are laid all over the city in which telephone poles are erected and are permitted to stand. Who Is In on this graft? The appointment of Bernard J. Ma- hony aa Assistant State's Attorney was a popular one. State's Attorney Hoyne will not have an abler or more earnest helper than Mr. Mahony, UTT" V'wX n VSU CNKASS ' MSTSN It. RUDOLPH OELSNER mu asm? pa tss mimMvm BUBRQBRLICHBft RRAUHAUS PILSEN, HOFBRAUHAUS, MUBNCH1N Schlojw-Brunncn, Gerolsteln NMTM WM. PALE PERFECTO BEER A Favorite With Everybody Aafc For It At Yeur dub, Cafe er. Restaurant WACKEI A IIRK BREWING CO. MAI Bl is s Bsrk, Ms Na- FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC. H. JAMES KOLZE'S - PILNB ELECTRIC PARK AND HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Car. art-tag Park Beultvare aid N. W. 4tb Strst CMICAOO BBBBBBBBBeQBttfiBBBBBenuBifoiSBBBMBBBCvSBT BiBBWIlaKjyySSaaaaartBHSiBBBBa BBBBl BVliwS'U'sWsBBBBKAlBBBBBl The Colonel Says: The traveler, whe was asked, by a dericaMoekiBg feuee passenger whether ar sot he draak, may have bcea justified, beiore aasweriag, ha asking whether the question was aa awewery es aa mvitmtim. Bet as advice te yea. suh, is Let as eyswetoaity slip betweea yeer iagere." Take it, seek a apery Is pet te ye, as a rMst , yrevliesV safe. Boas than U witVIa caeveaieea rsack a mm) M cfi HENDERSON BOURBON k at eke Seat (BREEN m KENNEDY, CMICAOO ' C4w Cteek li"ure-l The telephone trust contemplates another bis public Improvement It Is going to raise Its dividend, What are the aldermen going to do In the matter of telephone tariff reduction? The number of aspirants for City Treasurer promises to be unusually large. . Tho poople aro watching their al dormen In this telephone matter. They know that they c,nn lower tho rates It thoy want to. Tho honeHt and clean administra tion of tho election board in Cook county has reflected credit upon the popular County Judge, John E. Owens. Givo tho people a referendum vote on tho telephono rates. Chicago needs a high water pressure system. (ADVEllTISEMENT.) THE AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE. For a good many years tho Chicago public had ample opportunity to ob serve what telephono monopoly meant In the way of service. The rates had been raised several times and threats of another raise were being made. Thero was talk of abolishing certain forms of residence service. The public was treated with scant courtesy. There were Intermin able delays in changing old phones and Installing new ones. ' Then came the automatic telephone', bringing with It the much needed spur of competition. What happened? Immediately the utmost efforts to Improve the manual service were made. But It is a cold, hard fact that theso efforts have been to a large degree unsuccessful, It is simply a physical Impossibility to make manual service come anywhere near tho 'remarkablo efficiency of tho automatic. The reason Is obvious. The auto matic is a higher development of the telephone principle. It has eliminated the huge cost and great uncertainty of the human, operator. It has made telephoning secret, quick, low in cost On th,e -Automatic telephone a ma chinequick as lightning, absolutely accurate gets your number for you. There are no hitches, no delays, no wrong numbers. Automatic telephone service has re ceived a tremendous welcome In Chi cago. Automatic service has doubled and doubled again until over 400,000 calls per day are being handled. And al this In the face of one of the most powerful monopolies the world haa ever seen. For better telephone service, nkoss for your Automatlo today Commer cial Dent, 33-111.' AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE, Illinois. Telephone A Telegraph Co., I SBB. I. T -. A Malt tonic thai stands for Purity JOHN J. McLAUOHMN . Prct. and Treat. , WM. KELLS, JOSEPH MITCHELL. TKprm, txcrtury BENJJM. MITCHELL, Otntral Mutter Pressed Brick All Deptmenu Telephone Suto'Smi I Portland Cement Pavlna Brick Common Brick Bank Sand Torpedo Sand Oravel Crushed Stone Sewer Pipe Flue Lining Wall Coping Qranlte Block r-" -McLaufhlin Building Material Company MAIN OFFICE) No. 9 So. Ls Salle St. Utlca Cement Louisville Cement Lime Plaster Hair and Fibre Wood Lath Metal Uth Corner Beads Staples Qranlte Screenings BbS mum Yard No. I 40th Ave. and Taylor St., Phone Kedtla JIM Yard No. 3 Uth and Lumber Sts.( Phone Canal 330 Yard No. 5 48th and Avondale Aves., Phone Irving Park MS Yard No. 7 638 Kingsbury, ' Phone Central 757 Yard No. 9 1800 Balmoral Ave., Phone Ravenswood 64 Yard No. II N. E. Cor. 16th St. & S. 48th Ave., Cicero Phone Kedxle 3630 TANNER & CONLEY MERCHANT TAILORS HUT-CLASS WORK AT UODBKATM PKICBM Raapar Block 72 W. Washington St CHICAGO Telephaaa Central 224 WB RENT TUXBD08 AND FULL DRBM SUITS x t cartm j. a aunm Z. R. Carter A Bra WHOLESALE BMALBJ IN GRAIN and HAY Hmlf4 mm MU StrU Cmm if 4 The Homan Pharmacy Homan Ave. and Harrison St .An up-to-date Drug Store that carries a complete line of Drugs, Chemicals, Rubber goods, Toilet Requisite, Cigars, Stationery and Perfumes We Cany, Sell and Recommend Blockl's Empress Perfumes A Natural Flower Product A handsome Christmas Package Our Motto: A squara daal for all E. Barnstain, Prop; VyBk. OAaauoES rilVATB AHBULANCB 4 - JOHN E. MALONEY UNDERTAKER 160? N. PAULINA STREET thone Monroe isaa S313 N. CALIFORNIA AVE. baa abdldt 4S 3019 SELMONT AVI. rboaa sibaUt IS9 CARL B. VORUOBO SSO, P, BOMCAM Forsburg & Borman GENERAL TEAMING and EXPRESSING OFFICES 42t W. CHICAGO AVE. i t PkonsNsrUi23tf ' CHICAGO i r" ' 4) iXl 'f Mi.',,M r (u vseuuen, a. 102 West Menree ;-. f, t: n,L.ir..A ,?, JJLLJiu11l!i31tU