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THE! CHICAGO EAOLC. ''ttwrtfymf fr . ir August Liichow New York and Chicago SOLE IMPORTER OF ) wipkiiii HArkfi" a. nMni Dt i.. j nui&uuigci iiuiviau w vuguiai riisciici PROM tVaahaii, Wnubarj, tavirta PROM Ginosi!JJchiftJ'Brrtl, llnn, Behtmla CHICAGO BRANCH HANS IitJCHOW, Western Representative Office: CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BLDG. Room 513, 30 N. La Salte Street Telephones: Auto 36353; Franklin 91 BBBBBBBBfl utaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBWt x yfu?gjBBBJ Bi lj . , A AvbLbbbbbbbI Hj ;t1bbbbb1 BVBV' 1&fclNHHP BrVaW4aLaaBBBBBBBBBBl mllualliV' v BEbbbbbI wyH CftrBjBjBjj The Rienzi Co. B626 DIVERSBY PARKWAY Corner Evanston Avenue and Clark Street Telephone Lake View 111 and 806 CHICAGO ITEMS OF INTEREST Gathered from All Quarters About Men Talked About in the Walks of Politics. J5he Drexel Cafe Northeast Corner Cotlage Grove Ave. and 39th St. Our banquet facilities open for inspection. Wedding and dinner parties of all kinds solicited. Menus gladly submitted. PHONE CANAL 9 The "Edelweiss" Line FOR A CASE OF GOOD JUDGMENT Copyrlslit 191 1 by tho P. Sclioentiofcn Brewing Co. Ww KAISER GARDEN Cor. Addison and Halsted Street. Table d'Hote a La Carte All Kinds of Sea Food Fresh Every Day. CONCERT Evenings and Every Sunday Afternoon RUDOLF WOSSLICK. Prop. Phoae L. V. 6292 PRIDE of the BAR The Easiest and Quickest Cleaning Preparation in the Market FOR POLISHINO COPPER. BRASS, ZINC. NICKBL, BAR FIXTURES tad Otatral HovMkald Artlcks. ItUStU-Aetlm, No Rubbing RtquWttf. TRY IT AND BB CONVINCBD SampU FREE en Application J.C.PAUL&CO. Salt Manufacturers 160 N. 5th Avenue CHICAGO 9uasikN,'ii iv CIHCAM RUDOLPH OELSNER mii ajmt pea ne pssji wm BUKROBRLICHES BRAUHAUt PILSBN, HOFBRAUHAUS, MUBNCMN Schloss-Brunnen, GeroUtein oniexee rncm, sm mmrn tout bti MMHnrt imw uw wm. wSSSSSSSSSSaSSSSSSSSSm FRED POTTHAST A ntw pile to eat, 362 WKST MADISON STRICT. Just watt of Market Street. Wlihts to announce tha opening of a new RESTAURANT with table and quick lunch ttrvlce at tha abova location. Tha aama attention to patrona will ba glvan at thlt naw placo aa that of tho othtr Potthatt placaa that hava bacomo ao fa moua throughout Chicago. KVERYTHINQ la wholaaomo and prepared to your taata. Rvery precaution la taken to pleaee you and to make you a friend of tha anoat up-to-date moderate priced reetaurante In tho city. POTTHAST conducta SSVBN of the beet and moat aanltary reetaurante In tha loop. Tha name telle the story. If you eheuld ba any place down town Juat remember you can atop at any of the following placee and be aerved with all tha courtesy you could receive at homo. Remember the addraeeee of the well eatabllehed Potthaet placee. 9S2 WIST MADISON STRICT, juat weet of Market Street. Two Placeai S. W. Corner, MADI80N and FRANKLIN STRICT. Two Plaeaai N. W. Corner STATE and VAN BURCN STRUTS. American and Chop Suey, Second and Third Floor. Two Placeai S. C. Corner MARKET and MADISON STS., wHh Cigar Stand. FOR PICNICS, FESTIVALS, ETC H. JAMES KOLZE'S PINE ELECTRIC PARK AND MOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Cer. Inrfts Pack kUvkvari mj N. W. t4tk ftrttt CHICAOO PALE PERFECTO BEER A Favorite Wit Everybody AstNrHAt Yeur Club, Cafe or Restaurant DUtllled Water lea Factory Cor. Eddy St. ft Seminary Ava. Daily Capacity 150 Tona Ice Houaaai Stiver Lake, Wle. Geneva Lake, Wle. Storage Capacity 1SO.000 Tona BOYLE ICE CO. MAIN OFFICE 535 MARINE BUILDING 1 Lake and La Salle Ste. T.I. Main 1099 BRANCH OFFICES S91S Evanaton Avenue 327 N. Carpenter Stree Tel. Edg .wat.r 5424 Tel, Main 101 a j 1127 Eddy Street Tel. Lak VUw 416 Men Who Are Candidates and Men Who Are Not and What People Say. Tho Dell Telephone Trust Is going to strengthen Its stranglo hold upon tho throat of Chicago by wiping out competition. A merger of tho two companies Into ono operating system Is contemplated, and If realized will mean the end of two separato lines within the city. Tho combine, it Is declared, will mean the abolition of the automatic system and tho taking over of Its subscribers! vy ma ueu company. This was announced following an attempt to effect tho revision of the telephone ordinance, which at present prohibits the amalgamation of the Il linois company with any other locally operated concern. It has the aid of several aldormen In this now move. Should the Trust be successful Chi cago will be at its mercy forever. Owing to the belief that the Instru ments and plant operated by tho au tomatic company could not bo used by the, purchasing company, rumor has It that the purchase of tho or ganization Is mainly for tho purpose of overcoming competition and estab lishing a universal telephone system In Chicago. Because of a clause In tho ordinance passed In 1899, prohibiting the sale of tho company to any telephone cor poration operating in the city, it, is impossible without legislation to ef fect tho sale. Tho step to overcome this obstacle was taken when an amendment to the present ordinance was presented to tho gas, oil and electric light commit tee of tho city council. Tho ordinance provides that it tho company makes any agreement "which would tend to mako competition Inoporatlvo" tho franchise would bo forfeited. This clause is eliminated in the proposed amendment. Aldorman Charles B. Morrlam urged the committee to pro ceed with caution in taking action. "In case tho automatic company disposes of Its properties to the Chi cago Tolophono company," he said, "the latter concern probably will add to its capitalization $5,000,000 or SO, 000,000, which amount would repre sent tho purchase price." Dancing In so-called respectable down town restaurants Is a disgrace to Chicago. The Cabaret Is arousing national attention. The' tromondoun growth of wealth, with its consequent Incroaso In tho number of "Idle rich,' Is producing a class of criminals iri this country almost faster than the police- can copo with it, according to Representative Borland of Missouri, who addressed the convention of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Mr. Borland declared that the "Idle rich" set a pernicious example In their search for amusoment and aroused a desire of emulation in the minds of persons of small moans. The result of such an example, he said, was 'to tempt poorer folk Into Indis cretions and crime to obtain money with which to gratify newly acquired tastes. Tho cabaret show ho doclared to be ono of tho main causes for the spread of the social evil. WAttEl 4 IIRK BREWING CO. h a Krk, H. af sty Dtposlt Vaults Phons Canal 1411 JOHN A. PELKA REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE PASSAGE AN! FOREIGN EXCKAN6C MNKtl 1735 Weel ISth Street NOTARY PUBLIC CHICAGO ANTON VANEK Real Estate, Loans & Insurance NOTARY PUBLIC 2337 So. CENTRAL PARK AVENUE BBT. 33.34 STfl. Uwsdsla 2011 CHICAQO, ILL. Republicans of Chicago and Cook county will get together on Aug. 0, when the Republican Club of Illinois will hold Its first annual picnic and field day at Kolze's Electric park, 04th avoneuo and Irving Park boulevard. The evont will contlnuo all after noon and far Into the evening, during which tlmo some- sound Republican doctrine will be expounded by the ora tors of the day, Among these- already Invited aro Joseph O. Cannon, Frank O. Lowden, J. Adam Bede of Min nesota, James E. Watson of Indiana, William Lorlmer and William Halo Thompson. Mr. Lowden said before sailing for Europe last week that he expected to be back In time for tho reunion. The Republicans who are behind tho movement expect that not less than 30,000 Republicans from Chicago and Cook county and many sections throughout the state will attend. The committees now at work and the chairman of each are as follows: Executive William H. Reld. Finance William Hale Thompson. Athletic Games Albert H. Miller. Commissary and Privileges John C. Rlghelmer. Program and Printing James L. Monaghan. Prizes James M. Klttelman. Speakers Porcy B, Cofiln. Transportation Davhl T. Aloxandor. Salo of Tickets Virtus C. Rohm. Publicity and Promotion William J. McKenna. Included on the committee of ath letic games are Edward C. Racoy, president of tho Central association of the A. A. U.; Representative Frank J. McNIchols, one of tho well known baseball promoters In Chicago, and Charles J. Peters, known locally as a baseball and athletio enthusiast and as an umpire. The committees will arrange for music and dancing and will offer an attractive list of prizes for the con testants In all tho events. The com mittee on transportation has made ar rangements with the traction com panies for extra service on that day. The Chicago Federal League ball club is playing fine ball. Tho games at Sheffield and Webstor avenues are close arid spirited and are full of snap and ginger, That the new league has caught on with North Side fans Ib a certainty, No more enthusiastic baseball crowds can be found than those at tending the Federal Leagle games In Chicago. ' PERCY ANDREAE, R. JONES EVANS, WILLIAM LEONER, President. Secretary. Treasurer. West Side Brewery Co. BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF Golden Rod Bohemian Hofbrau Malt Stout Paulina and Augusta Sis. Chicago TELEPHONESi Monroe 1567-3084 w& $0L V lltah-Brau .metiGas Finest Beer Delivered direct frvm fife Brewery. CbffUD Hki 650 and Order a Case. QEORQE M. TOBEY Superintendent A. A. BARNES Ais't Superintendent Illinois Free Employment Office 732 WABASH AVENUE Phone. Harrison $ ; T CKicagO Telephones! Main 901 Automatic 36619 Free employment Offices west side orriCE 560-562 West Randolph Street CHICAGO JACOB H. MARKS, Superintendent) CABiuaas IULANCB n JOHN E. MALONEY e UNDERTAKER 1607 N. PAULINA STREET fBONB HONBOE 1S93 ,8313 N. CALirOlNIA AVE. rbeee eldl 45 30IO BELMONT AVI. rfceae ! 11 cam. a. roaaioio Forsburg & Borman GENERAL TEAMING and EXPRESSING OFFICE 42f W. CMCACO AVE. PITIRaVUtTZIN PRANK S, IARTBN PETER BARTZEN & SON MASON and GENERAL CONTRACTORS 47)9 LINCOLN AVENUE M, E. Cora Uwnm Anau TeLEJfewatertri CHICAGO, ILL. V. ' . iv W . ti V ir , M VsbwbVbPBbV iVefaTLrvaj SaBBaBBBaaVeC'- 'MSJBJCeHBJBJSXHBJCeatr k ixiY- e-ir. 1MU v '.vvtij-i V-i Cifrfatffati.&rw.' ftftfcto.fr&il&qafrtt Vt' WafoiLLH w. . .wW