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Mr I August Liichow New York and Chicago SOLE IMPORTER OP f "Wirzburgcr Hofbrau" & "Original Pilsener" FROM IrielMW, Wsnisff , lavaria FROM GmKuchfli-Bristrtl, "lists, Bthtsria CHICAGO BRANCH HANS LUCHOW, Western Representative Office: CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE BLDG. Room 513, 30 N. La Sails Street Telephone: Auto 36353: Franklin 91 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMFraBBJgBBBBBBBj' IB 'rlimiiSBaBaaaawi faBvi'i1' i"BBBfBl BK-' 'OebbbbH Bfeii'aBBHB HkvBlU' BxJwfaTaBBBBEEBBB: illllllllllllllllllHilllllllllllllllllllllHH. .'fBBBBBBBBBBBBl iBIBfllKI HHjyBIHllljH( FRED KUEHL lni-,iM.ni.P. A. F. BRUCHM AN Managing Directors The Rienzi Co J626 DIVERSEY PARKWAY Corner Evanston Avenue and Clark Street Telephones Uke View III and 80 CHICAGO ITEMS OF jNTEREST Ctthertd from All Quarts?. About Mm Talked About in the Walks of ' Politics. J5he 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. Men Who Are Candidates and Men Who Are. Not and What People Say. ' The way of tho reformer la hard. Especially when he wants to get all tho graft himself. It is hard to make people see tho difference between being sold out by a State Commission and being sold out by a City Council. Michigan avenue, with its autos parked in the middle, looks like a hay market In a small town. PHONE CANAL 9 The "Edelweiss" Line FOR H PIBftBBtkHB """""BSBBeaBBBSSASeB BTB fejyggMgteSSKJea--?PPjejSaj 3 BggBssg!5i'Bj IBBBBBe A CASE OF QOOD JUDGMENT Copyright 191 1 by the P. Schotnhoftn Brewing Co. PRlDE of the BAR The Easiest and Quickest Cleaning Preparation in the Market FOR POLI8H.NO COPPBR. IRASB. ZINC. NIOCBL. BAR FIXTURES aa4 0Mfl Ho Add Artltte. ItfaSeV-Aetlat. No RabbUf Roaaln. TRY IT AND BB CONVINCED Sampit FREE tn ApflitaH J.C.PAUL&CO. Sol Manufactures 160 N. 5th Avenue CHICAGO jj-eetiBgggBB IKS?8 i IHHb? ! RUDOLPH OELSNER gfUBRQIRUCHBS RRAUHAUS PflftBN, HOMRAUHAUI, MUBNCMBIN PALE PERFECTO BEER A Favarlte'With Everybody G6e KAISER GARDEN Cor. Addison and Haleted Streete. Table d'Hote " a La Carte All Kinds of Sea Food Freeh Every Day. CONCERT Evenings and Every Sunday Afternoon RUDOLF WOSSLICK. Prop. Pho.e L. V. t292 The Chicago Federal League ball club is playing fine ball. The games at Sheffield and Webster avenues are close and "spirited and are full of snap and ginger. That the new league has caught on with North Side fans is a certainty. FRED POTTHAST A new place to eat, set WRIT MADISON STREET, luet wt of Market Strati, ehaa to anneunea tha ooanlna of a new REaTAURANT with tabla and aulak luneh rvle at th abov location. . Tho m attention t patron will be alvan of a now RESTAURANT Wth table ant aulek in. Tho lama attantlon to aatrana will ha alvan at thl now plae a that of the other Potthast plaeee that have beoemo o fa at thl new plae a that of the other Potthast place that have beoemo o fa mou threuaheut Chicago. EVERYTHING I wholeeome and eraser t ytur Uit. Every precaution la taken to plea yeu ant to maka you a f riant tf th moat ua-te-iafo moderate priced reetaurant In th elty. POTTHAST eenaucta SEVEN of th beet and moot Military reetauranta In th loop. Th nam tall th story. If yu enema be any plae town town Juat remember yeii aan atap at any af tha feHewina ptaeaa and be eorved with all tha oourteey yeu utt raeetv at ham. Remember the addreeee ef tha well eataallehea Pattnaat aiaeee. SM WIST MADISON STRRRT, Juat weet af Market Street. Twa Plaeeei S. W. Corner MADISON and PRANKUN STREBTB. Tw Plaaaat N. W. Corner STATR and VAN BURBN STREBTB. Amarlaan and Chap Buoy. Second and Third Floor. Tw Plaaatt B. B. Corner MARKET and MADISON STB., wrlh dear fjtaad. Fot picnics, festivals, btc i H. JAMES KOLZE'5 PINE ELECTRIC PARK AND NOTRL ACCOMMODATIONS ilm lataaftatae ESmV --- -a rpt fa at AAA. mA A tPWe BTftBfJ inBTtI bWSJSJTBBTI BBSS t W. BftBJ BBTMI CNICAOO A four-year term for aldermen makes it harder for the pcoplo to get at them. Three out or every four autos vio late the tall light and number law. Many Republicans want to see Al bert J. Hopkins succeed Sherman in the United States Senate from Illinois. State's Attorney Moyne filed quo warranto proceedings against the South Side, Metropolitan and Union Elevated Railroad companies. A similar move was made against the Northwestern several weeks ago, so that all the elevated roads now must defend themselves against the attack of the prosecutor. He asserts they aro overburdened with stocks and outstanding liabilities and that ho desires to squeeze out any watered stock he may find. Hoyne'a purpose, announced In a formal statement, Is to get "more com fortable, convenient and rapid trans portation." He says that at any time the sulta appear to be a hindrance to the acquisition of these results the suits can be dismissed. Members of the harbor and subway commission met with George Weston, the city's representative on the board of supervising engineers, and A. L. Drum, representing the elevated rail roads, for the purpose of drawing up a tentative aet of figures on the cost of downtown subways, aa contem plated, and the expense of operation. From these figures, it waa announced, the commission would prepare a fore cast as to what the city wilt ask In the way of rental for the use of the subways. The plan under considera tion contemplates a scheme to amor tize the original cost of the subwaya out of the earnings. "The figures are not yet complet ed," James J. Reynolds, member ot the subway commission, said. "We have taken from the merger scheme such figures as relate to aubway cost and have submitted them to the repre sentative of the ele'vated companies. They are being checked up and we hope that within a short time we shall be able to reach an agreement on the varloua Items." At IHr H At Your Club, Cafe or Restaurant Dlatilled Water lea Factory Cor. Eddy St. Be Seminary Ava. Dally Capacity ISO Tone lea Houaaai Silver Lake, Wla. Geneva Lake, Wis. Storage Capacity 1S0.000 Tama BOYLE ICE CO. MAIN OFFICE 535 MARINE BUILDING Lake and La Salle SU. Tel. Main ION BRANCH OFFICES 591S Evanaton Avenue 327 N. Carpenter Strea Tel. Edg.wat.r M24 Tel, Main 10 J 1127 Eddy Street T.I. Lake VUw 41 WACKEI A IIRK BREWtW CO. MAI nCK is Dark, Me. Maty Deposit Vault Phons Canal 141 1 L JOHN A. PELKA REAL ESTATE LOANS AND INSURANCE Bmmmmasssaim&mamwmmtsAtmBitmmmmBBmBS&BE PASSAGE AND F01EIGN EXCHANGE IANKEI 1753 Watt ISth Slraat NOTARY PUBLIC CHICAGO ANTON VANEK Real Estate Loans & Insurance NOTARY PUBLIC 2337 So. CENTRAL PARK AVENUE B8T, aa34 8TB. Lawsdale 2011 CHICAOO, ILL. Lincoln Park Westl What a chance there Is here for a legislative Investi gation. A Park Commissioner secured a big piece of land on North Park Avenue, facing Lincoln Park. Ha erected a great series ot apartments on the land. Then the park board paved the street out of the park funds after first declaring it a boulevard. Then the name was changed to Lin coln Park West, to further enhance things. Why is not North Clark Street called Lincoln Park Southwest, or North Avenue Lincoln Park South, or Lake View Avenue Lincoln Park Northwest? Is it because no Park Commissioner owns apartment build lngs on them? Chicago people bare been sold out to the telephone trust by soma ot the Chicago aldermen. This fact It proved by tha Council records for the past year. An "expert" showed that about 1900,000 should be divided among tel ephone users and rent payers in Chi cago. Then the Company pleaded that it was going to raise the salaries of ita employes and pension them. That would eat up most of this sur plus. ' A number ot the Aldermen be lieved thlt, or pretended to believe it. Chicago people will get no phone reduction. And now comes me telephone trust in its annual report Just printed, and says that after deducting nearly nine millions of dollars from Its profits for the purpose of raising salaries and pensions, it has a net profit ot nearly one hundred and three million dollars left. The Chicago Company is mere ly an underlying branch of this mon opoly and all the stuff that we have been hearing at the Council Commit tee meetings has Just been so much rot, pure and simple. Hore is what the Telephone Trust says itself on this subject in its print ed report: "During the five year period be tween 1907 and 1912 the assets of the Bell Companies have Increased 9311, 000,000, while the capital obligations and payables outstanding have in creased only a little over 1199,000,000. The surplus and reserves have In creased from 161,300,000 to 1104,200, 000, or nearly 1103,000,000, even after setting aside 18,845,000 for the ben efit fund recently created for the employes." PERCY ANDRElAE, R. JONES EVANS, WILLIAM LEONER, President. Secretary. Treasurer. West Side Brewery Co. BREWERS AND BOTTLERS Or Golden Rod Bohemian Hofbrau Malt Stout Paulina and Augusta Sts. Chicago TELEPHONESi Monro 1567-3084 si. tot rt .micr- AH-L Utah Bran meriGas Finest Beer Deiver&d dfrectfvm fie Brewery, tittup Hi 650 and Order a Cose. OEOROE At. TOBEY Superintendent A. A. BARNES Ass't Superintendent Illinois Free Employment Office 732 WABASH AVENUE Chicago Phone Harrison JJj Telaphoness Main SI Autoaaatlc JMI9 Illinois Free Employment Offices WEST SIDE OITICE 560-562 Wt Randolph Street CHICAGO JACOB H. MARKS, Superintendent CaBBUOBS rBIVATB AMBOLAMOB JOHN E. MALONEY UNDERTAKER 1057 N. PAULINA STMET raOIIB HONBOB I BBS aaia n. CALirotNu avb. rkaa BaabeUI 41 SO IS SSUIONT AVB. rhese BeabaMt IBS BAM. B. FOaSBOBD V F. BOSMtAW I , Forsburg & Borman GENERAL TEAMING and EXPREJilNG OFFICE. 4M W. OMCACO AVB. r rTUllAJVnEN FRANK & BARTZtrl PETER BARTZEN & SON MASON ad GENERAL CONTRACTORS 4W LINCOLN AVENUE a. e Gamer UweatM An TLB4flwatrB71 CHICAGO, ILL. 1 i lBBHEBSBSBtaBBBBBBBBBK &&?& im t ili ( f .' vVf y -fit t. $ ni,'nr&3l'C&jiM.ib'$&2l!ini .i'MiULaHlky.