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IHE CHICAGO CAOLt ITEMS OFjNTEREST Gathered from All Quarters About Men Talked'About in the Walkt of Polities. August Liichow New York and Chicago FRED1KUEHL, Manager The Rienzi Co. SOLE IMPORTER OP "Wurzburger Hofbrau" & "Original Pilsener" PROM trsaliM, Winbtrf, Rmrla FROM GiRMitnKhtrtiluiml, PllltH, BthtBll 626 DIVERSEY PARKWAY Men Who Are Candidates and Men Who Are Not and What People Say. MJAMNttIMtt CHICAGO BRANCH HANS LU&HOW, Western Representative Office: CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BLDO. Room 513, 30 N. La Salle Street Telephone: Auto 36-333; Franklin 91 Corner Evanston Avenue and Clark Street Tmrooewivmun ACT JtmE 30190ft SCRIM. NO 1003 Telephone Lake View III and 8M CHICAGO MiIFJnr WEST SIDE BREWERY CQ. MONROE PAULINA - AUGUSTA STS. ? . Don't forgot to voto at tho primaries next Tuesday. , 3084 The CONRAD SEIPP BRWINCk ca'lumet Nominate George McHale for alder man In tho Twenty-fourth Ward and give tho south end of the ward a live representative In the City Council. FOOT OF 27 J" ST. CrllCrVBj 809 - sTSjsaTTsj--aTj-aT T ' A Malt tonic that stand sforTurfly v r -, fftV-ft"M'lVh-V'f,'' ft tV 'WtiTt L , I mi -BbbbbbbbbbbbbbV saflLaa SB7 aEv aaEEaar Bsaar " Ybw SEES y nm. "" i lSMSSSjrz-ajBliajjssT lliBaBBBBBlSBBSKiejS u "w?e wmr jfcfwv T5he Drexel Cafe Northeast Corner Cottage Grove Ave. and 39th St. I vflr HiHlpS kwnUtfCkUlHBl Utah Brail mcricas Finest Beer 1 J Our banquet facilities open for inspection. Wedding and dinner parties of all ' kinds solicited. Menus gladly submitted. ' Delivered direct frvm ffie Brewery, tiff up Hbsi 650 and Order a Case. Oscar Fe Mayer & Bro. MAYER MOOSE IRAMD 4 Packers and Provision Dealers HAMS. BACON SAUSAGE, LARD Sedgwick Stand Beethoven Place, Chicago Telephone Daarbera 34S CMCAet MlftM Si. bMM RUDOLPH OELSNER UBRQIRLICHU RRAUHAUS PILSBN, HOFBRAUHAUS, MUBNCHRN SchloM-Brunnen, Oerolttefai WML I S6e KAISER GARDEN Cor. Addison and Halsted Streets. Table d'Hote a La Carte All Kinds of Sea Food Freeh Every Day. CONCERT Evenings and Every Sunday Afternoon RUDOLF WOSSLICK. Prop. Fhoao L. V. 6292 FRED POTTHAST A new pUci to sat, 302 WBtT MADISON 8TRKKT. Just west of Mark Street. Wlahaa to announea tho opening of a naw RESTAURANT with tablo and quick lunch aarvlca at tha abova location. Tha aama attantlon to patrona will ba glvan at thla naw placa aa that of tha othar Potthatt placaa that hava bacoma ao fa moua throughout Chicago. KVERYTHINO la wholaaoma and prepared to your taata. (vary precaution la takan to plaaia you and to maka you a frland of tha moat up'todata modarata prlead raatauranta In tha city. POTTHAST eonducta 8KVKN of tha boat and moat sanitary raatauranta In tha loop. Tha nama talla the atory. If you should ba any placa down town Juat remember you ean stop at any of tha following placaa and ba served with all the courtesy you could receive at home. Remember tha addressee of the well established Pottnsst placaa. U WIST MADISON" STRUT, just west of Market Street. Two Placeai S. W. Corner MADISON and FRANKLIN STREETS. Two Plaeeat N. W. Corner STATK and VAN BURIN STRUTS. American and Chop Susy, Second and Third Floors. Two Placesi S. C. Cornsr MARKST and MADISON STS., with Cigar Stand. FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC. H. JAMES KOLZE'S PINE ELECTRIC PARK Car, AMD HOTs. ACCOMMODATIONS Inrhsf Htk Mtrari aad N. W. t4tk Street CHICAGO PALE PERFECTO BEER A Favorite With Bveryhody Asm For H At Your Clubs Coifo or Restaurant WACKEI 4 MUX UEWW8 60. "I The Colonel Tbe traveler, vfc was asked by a cWrlcaJ-toeklac swawr wtatflMr aw ftac b amak. aaa haw h baatoe aaeweriag, hi aakteg s4enkcrtkqsxadoowaaasi JMt say aSvice ts pea, sob, to Ufa mm fsnm' Take k. i a every ksstlemMiYMsVMWi 06pa! HENDERSON BOURBON PREEN KENNEDY, CUKAOO rOraak Bonrti 1 Democrats all over Chicago are rallying to tho support of Senator John M. O'Connor for Superior Court Jfdge. Mis long and clean record as a lawyer, coupled with the fine work ho Is do. lng In tho State Senate, makes his candidacy a strong ono. Col. James Hamilton Lewis Is the cholco of tho people of Illinois for United States Senator. I Set SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSaV BjBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV im--' I BaBBBBVljBKSeteBaBBBBlBBBBBBBBBBM I lwwriaisBjBBH Says: I swsaaeurar s-lssraar mimhm draak. aaa haw h fcMtlsW. v as) tmmmtttm, JMt My aSvice te pea, sob, to 1M Alderman Qeorgo F. Harding's good record In tho City Council makes his rcnomlnatlon certain In tho Second Ward. Alderman Hoy of tho Twenty-third Ward has always boon faithful to tho people and they should show their gratitude by helping him In his light this spring. . Alderman Victor J. Schacficr will be rc-nomlnatcd in tho Twenty-second ward with plies of votes to spare. Ho has mado good during his first year In tho city council and tho people know It. Members of tho Chicago board ,of trado have formed a club to promote the candidacy of Stato Senator John M. O'Connor for Judge of tho Superior court at tho Democratic primary Feb. 2G. Officers of the club aro: President Joseph P. arlffln. Vlco Presidents Arthur a. DoLany, John F. Barrett, John B. Scott, Wil liam H. Noycs, Charles H. Sullivan, E. H. Bagley, John J. O'Leary and John J. Leonard. Secretary John E. Bellot. Treasurer James J. Townsend. Thoro Is aa exccutlvo committeo of twenty-one members. Frank Connery will run away from the rest of the flold In tho raco for City Clerk. W. S. Johnson stands In tho front ranks of Chicago's ablest and most successful lawyers. Ho would graco a seat on tho bench. The tax-eaters are determined to confiscate Chicago property. Instead of cutting down high salaries, they are going to the legislature to hava tho taxes of tho people raised. S"sV By his clean and able record aa County Judge, John E. Owens has further cemented the ties of esteem in which he Is held by the people of Chicago. Democrats all over are working hard for John J. Coburn's nomination for Judge of tho Superior Court, a position ho is qualified In overy way to fill. The people are entitled to lower tolophone rates. The aldermen have a chance to hrtp out their constituents and save money for them In this direction, Will they .do ItT There are more aldermanlo candi dates In the field at present than there ever have been at this time of the year. , (ADVERTISEMENT.) THE AUTOMATIC TKLKPHONB. For a good many yeara tha Chicago public had ample opportunity to ob serve what telephone monopoly meant In the way of servly. 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 public waa treated with scant courtesy. There were intermin able delays in changing old phones and installing new ones. Then came the automatio telephone, bringing with it the much needed spur of competition. What happened? Immediately the utmost efforts to lmproyo the manual service were made. But it 1b a cold, hard fact that these efforts have been to a large degree unsuccessful. It Is simply a physical Impossibility to make manual service come anywhere near the remarkable efficiency of the automatic. The reason is obvious. Tha auto matte Is a higher development of the tolophone principle. It has eliminated the hug cost and great uncertainty of the human operator. It has made telephoning secret, quick, low in cost On the Automatio telephone a ma chinequick as lightning, absolutely accurate geta your number for you. There are no hitches, no delays, no wrong numbers. Automatio telephone service has re-' celved a tremendous welcome ia Chi cago. Automatio service has doubled and doubled again uatll over 400,000 calls per day are being bandied. And all this in the face of one of the most powerful monopolies the world baa everteen. For better telephone service, phone for your Automatio today Gommer eial Dept, 88-111. AUTOMATIO TBLBPHONB, Illinois Telephone A Telegraph Ce PRIDE of the BAR The Easiest and Quickest Cleaning Preparation in the Market FOR POMBHINO COPPER, BRASS. ZINC. NICKXL. BAR FIXTURES and OmmI Hoajsaold ArtieUe. e IttsSttf-Aetlnf, No Rabbins Requited. TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED SampU FREE en AffHcoHtm J.CPAULtfCa Sob Manufacturers 160 N. 5th Avenue CHICAGO JOHN J. McLAUOMLIN. Prts. and Tress. WM. KELL8. Vlcs-Pns. Pressed Brick Paving Brick Common Brick Bank Sand Torpedo Sand Oravel Crushed Stone Sewer Pipe Flue Lining Wall Coping Qranlte Block BBNJ. M. MIT.CHBLL. Oensrsl Manastt AU Dspsrtmsnts Telephone Auto JlMI McLaughlin Bnildinf Material Company JOSEPH MITCHELL oecmarr JjUlSJ BbERm samM, .Mtaat MAIN OFFICE) No. 9 So. La Salle St. Portland Cement Utic Cement Louisville Cement Lime Plaster Hair and Fibre Wood Lath Metal Lath Corner Beads Staples Qranlte Screenings Yard No. I 40th Ave. and Taylor St., Yard No. 3 14th and Lumber Sts., Yard No. 5 48th and Avondale Ave., Yard No. 7 638 Kingsbury, Yard No. 9 1800 Balmoral Ave., Yard No. II N. B. Cor. loth St. & S. 4th Ave., Cicero Phone KedtleWae Phone Kedxls JIM Phone Canal 21 Phone Irving Perk 331 Phone Central 717 Phone Ravensweod 34 M. CATM J. & CAxnm Z. R. CartT & Bro. WHOLMMALM BMAL9Q& W GRAIN and HA Y HmlBf The Ho man Pharmacy Homan Ave and Harrison Si An up-to-date Drug Store that carries a complete line of Drugs, Chemicals, Rubber goods, Toilet Requisits, Cigars, Stationery and Perfumes ( . We Carry, Sell and Recommend Blockl's Empress Perfumes A Natural Flower Product A handsome Christmas Package Oar Motto: A square deal for all E. Bernstein, Prop. Saaw GAIRIAOES sNCI JOHN E. MALONEY UNDERTAKER 1657 N. PAULINA STREET ' reONE MONROE 18SS aaia n. CALiroiNiA ave. 3010 aELUONT AVB. Fhoa I4 ISS CARL B. VORSBOKO BO. P. BORKAN Forsburg & Borman GENERAL TEAMING and EXPRESSING OFFICE. 42t W. CHKACO AVE. PNMNortk2Ml CHICAGO .'))! r m vaaitaian. . III West Menree .-.;. .$ js-,ut.hW:virtyjrn Ifx-'r'')1!!' JV W.-AvM? rfjlt.