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THE CHICAGO m M 9 iV ;- I h." i i r i h THE WEEK'S GOSSIP Personal Mintion Is Heard Around Town About Men Who Are Prominent in . Public Affairs. IVk That ; filing the Rounds 3 to the Doings of Lead ing People. Anson H. Brown as the Progressiva candidate tor alderman In tho Thirty first ward, should prove a winner at , the polls in April. Mr. Brown Is a man of ability and force and will mako a splendid representative) of tho peo plo In tho City Council. Judge James C. Martin is making a splendid record on the Municipal Court bench. - Clayton E. Crafts would grace a seat on the Federal bench. Tho fact that ono city council will barter away tho people's rights Is no reason why succeeding councils should do the same. Tho fight for cheaper telephone service will go on until it is won. Tho spring campnlgn Is now on In earnest. Tho phono trust does not own Chi cago oven though it may think so. Give us the Initiative and Referen dum and lower telephone rates. Olvo us tho recall on aldermen and then their terms can bo as long as they want. But until then two years Is plenty long of a term for them. James S. Hopkins, the well known attorney, would serve the people well on the bench. Judgo John E. Owens continues to servo the peoplo in an able, honest and fearless manner as County Judge, In Judge Joseph Z. Uhllr tho peoplo have on the Municipal Court bench an able, honest and conscientious man. The enormous dividends paid to Its stockholders by tho Telephone Trust are wrung from the pockets of the people by excessive telephone charges. Telephone rates must be reduced and In time they will be. I Albert J. Hopkins won the everlast ing friendship of tho people of Illi nois by his honest, clean and fearless record In the United States Senato. Judgo John E. Owens continues to add to his big army of friends by his clean and able record as Judge of the County Court.. Anson II. Brown will bo tho Pro gressive candldato for alderman In tho Thirty-first ward. Mr. Brown, who Is ono of Chicago's leading attorneys, has always taken an active part In movements that had for their object tho betterment of his ward and of Chi cago In general. He Is a man who Is qualified In ovcry way for a scat In tho City Cftincll. In tho financial world of Chicago no man stands higher in the estima tion of his associates than Albert Q. Wheeler. Will any alderman have tho hardi hood to pledge tho city to pay eight per cent dividends on watered tele phono stock? CREAM OF MALT BEER It BREWED SOLELY BY THE J. L. Hoerbar Brewing Company 1617 to 1619 21st Plici TllHNIM CaMl 111 CHICAGO B)sHflHlEHiKjMB Tho Nineteenth Senatorial district has in Josoph C. Blaha an able, hon est and popular reprcscntatlvo In tho Legislature. Tho appointment of Aidrow J. Ryan, the well known Chicago lawyer, as United States circuit Judge, vould be a popular one In Illinois. Tho Telephono Trust has a new scheme. It has Kb employs call up aldermen and tell them that It they lower rates to an honost figure tho employes will lose their Jobs. The aldrcmcn can easily flguro who have tho most votes telephone employes or tho peoplo who pay too much for telephones. Anson H. Brown would provo a worthy reprcscntatlvo of the Thirty first ward in tho City Council, A cent a call or at tho ateot Stt cents a call would yield tho tottoboao company a prolt aad mto aoaoy for tho people. Watch your alderman on the tele phone question. Remember tho Aldermen who vote to reduce salaries of city employes twenty per cent and their voto to dls tribute $700,000, that should be taken off of the telephone burden of their constituents, among tho employes of tho Telephono Trust. When the Ben monopoly was work ing overtime to get the city council to' knock out the Illinois Tunnel Tele phone Company's franchise Mayor Harrison expressed himself at believ ing that better service could be ob tained from a dual telephone service than from a single oao. "In every Instance that I have been personally Informed of," he said, "the two systems have been about as cheap to the consumer as one. Competition seems to produce better service. fHE CELEBRATED. jnuj yF&. V FVDnDT DATTI Ff RFPD.Q PURt'rOOD TONsI UNITED STATUS BREWING CCfi .PHONE HUMBOLDT 073, BRAND BREWING COMPANY BREWERS OF FINE BEERS MHBM TILBPHONB WBsBT 61 MbUMMM Blarton Avsnu and Snow Street, CHICAQO, U. S. A. 'jSBBBBBBBBBBBbIbBbIbbBHHHHk JBBJBKbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB& flkhLBT WnKKr 12pUVBBBr llVBlBBBBBBBBBBBBrUBWaV SOUTH CHICAGO BREWING COMPANY FOOT OF ONE HUNDREDTH ST. Brewers of Lager Beer roally bellevo that better service can be expected from two companies than from one." Following nro tho standing commit too of tho now County Board: Finance Board, Burg, Regan, Mitchell, Morlarty. Public service Conloy, chairman, nnd all other members of tho board. Roads nnd bridges Gard, Coonley, Anderson, Malonoy, Fitzgerald. Legislation Mnloney, Kuflowskl, Nownk, Harris, Board. Building Burg, Anderson, Fitzger ald, Dartzen, Nownk. Civil scrvlco Morlnrty, Mitchell, Card, Harris, Bartzen. Following aro the officers of the United States Brewers' Association: Jacob Ruppert, Jr., president, 1639 Third avenue, Now York City. William Hamm, first vice-president, Minnehaha and Qreenbrlar avenue, St. Paul, Minn, Edward A. Schmidt, second vice president, 127 Edward street, Phila delphia, Pa. . Gustavo Pabst, third vlco-presldent, 917 Chestnut street, Milwaukee, Wis. Anton C. U. Hupfel, 229 East 38th street, New ork City, Hugh F. Fox, secretary, 109 East 16th street, New York City. Trustees: Edward Ruhl, Boston, Mass.; Herman Straub, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Rudolf Brand, Chicago, 111.;. Al bert Carry, Washington, D. ' C; Charles Wiedemann, Kowport, Ky,; Rudolph J, Schacfer, Now York City; Julius Liebmann, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Au gust W. Woebken, Philadelphia, Pa.; Percy Andrae, Chicago, 111.; Anthony Schreiber, Buffalo, N. Y.; August Fit ger, Dulutb, Minn.; Joseph Ulhlsln, Milwaukee, Wis.; Adam Muellar, Port land, Ore.: Julius Stroll, Detroit, Mich.; William J. Lcmp, St. Louis, Mo.; Frank Fehr, Louisville, Ky.; O. L. Becker, Of den, Utah.; S. B. Fleming, Ft. Wayne, Ind. Chairmen of committees: John Gardiner, vigilance committee, Phila delphia, Pa.; A. O. Hupfel, Jr., publi cation committee, New York Cttyr Louis B. Schram, labor committee, Brooklyn, N. Y.; James R. Nicholson, advisory committee, Boston, Mass.; E, A. Faust, crop Improvement com mlttee, 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 Craln, counsel, Baltimore Md. Following are the United States Maltsters' Association officers : B. F. Hales, president, Chicago, 111.; Fred erick Vullmahn, vlco-presldent, Chi cago, 111.; C. E. Remer, treasurer, Kenosha, Wis.; R. W. Caldwell, secre tary, 1104 Farwell Trust Bldg., Chi cago. Following aro the United States Brewmasters' Association officers and trustees: Wm. Carthaus, president, St. Louts. Carl Fallor, first vice-president. ueveiana, o. John Elsenbelss, second vlce-presl- aent, Chicago. Marcus Maegerleln, secretary, Chi cago, v Frits Schoeller, treasure Chicago. Trustees: Jacob Andrae, Cincin nati; Otto Rosenbush; Detroit; Hart wig Harden, Milwaukee; Oeo. W. Seller, Elisabeth, N. J.; Wm. Hipp, Philadelphia; Louts RItschel, Phila delphia; Otto Doer, Louisville, Ky.; Gottfried Wldmer, New York; John Bieslnger, Pittsburgh; Chas. Wleland, Pittsburgh; Carl Wanke,-Baltimore; Geo. Zimmerman, Cleveland; John A. Kayan, New York; Max Hoefle, Al bany, N. Y.; Aug. W. Bramm, Buffalo, N. Y. John M. O'Connor's splondld rec ord In tho State Senato commonds him to the voters ub a good man to place on the Suporlor Court bench. M. M. Connery has established a garage at 2630 Wabash avenue which Is one of the finest In the city. It will take good care of all kinds of automo biles nnd la fully equipped to charge electric trucks. People who aro botlug for first class true storage or automobile npre, will do well to patronize Mr. Conner. Mr. Connery Is a brother of John T. Connery, the well-known coal merchant, and of Frank D. Con nery, the city clerk. He is a lite-long resident of Chicago and has hosts of friends In all walks of life. ADVERTISEMENT. The Homo Brewery Is not only Chi cago's youngest brewery, but It Is oao of her most suocessfuL No brewery In tho United States over achieved success In such a short time as the Homo Brewery. Its beer already has a reputation among tho lovers of good beor as being par excellence. Tho Home Brewery also bottles Its beer and a case can be had by calling up Humboldt' 9310. Advertisement. No Imported beer on tno market to day has met with greater success thaa that bandied by August Luchow. Tho Original Pilaener, from Ptlsen, Bo hemia, is sold by this big concern, as is also the famous Wursburger Hof brau from Wursbure, Bavaria. These beers are the favorites at Chicago's leading clubs, restaurants and buffets. They are without a peer. The Chicago offices of August Luchow are located In the Stock Exchange building, 80 North LaSalle streot and are under the management of Hans Lucbow. Mr. Luchow has made a splendtd record for the business In tho West snd ho enjoga a widespread popularity among Chicago's leading business men and citizens. 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