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THE CHICAGO EAQLE,
ILLINOIS TRAINMEN Officers and Legislative Committeemen of the Con ductors and Trainmen of the Prairie State. lAQLITt. Telephone service Is getting worse. BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF THE -CELEBRATED- The people demand a referendum vote on the question of telephone rates. tHr hflkM 'BEEEEEBR'aEFpr'RR'lBEEEEEBW'i."'1 fiii'.i JTi4?tR'ji "r EXTRA PALE BAVARIAN AND EXPORT BEERS Judge Edward Osgood Brown's grand record on tho Circuit bench has won for him tho highest esteem of the people of Cook County. Ills appoint ment to the Federal bench would bo a popular one. The Railroad Trainmen of Illinois nre strongly organized for legislative and other work. They number over 180,000 members In Illinois and are an Intelligent, relia ble and earnest body of men, whose power for good in tho state cannot be overestimated, Following are the divisions, num bers and names of their legislative committee and officers: LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE FOR ILLINOIS. Division number; committeemen first, and alternates: 1. Thos. S. Mayes; F.'B. Carr. 41. W. 0. Swing; A. P. panforth. 74. E. H. Jones; E. E. White. 78. R. L, Piper;' J. J. Klickenger. 79. W. W. Carroll; W. W. Donley. 81. C. C. Parker; A. J. Frazlor. 83, O. F. Conley; J. R-'-Zoll: J 87. Jas. V. Finloy; J. C.Aaui. .9C. J. M. Kellcy; C. A. Walters. '97. C. P. Dcmls; E. S. Nichols. 101. F. S. Thomas; Jerry McCarby. 100. F. A. Dledsoo; A. J. Douglas. 112. J. I. Davis; C. T. Harris. 113. F. D. Sughrua; W. Erlckson. 118. F. L. Howard; A. M. Dames. 127. T. F. Phlegor; J. H. Voss. 206. W. P. Sheohnn; W. H. Devlin. 222. C. H. Dalton; H. D. Holt . 235. O. O. McCarty; P. O. Rourke. 293. Jno. Fowler; M. Ingham. 308. 'C. C. Craig; R. Trogden. 327. L. M. Hough; D. F. Bradley. 377. E. B. French; O. W. Melbourne. 386. W. A. Sharpo; C. H. Stanley. 388. J. L. Lamport; J. C. McQuan. 406. W. J. Smith; P. H. O'Connor. 409. D. W. Marshall; T. Nltson. 469. M. F. Cooper; A. S. Kuykcndall. 601. D. S. Craig; J. A. Bonhatn. 609. E. Fread; W. M. Stevenson. 623. D. Nancy; C. E. Blackburn. 548. H. Hill; F. C. Zlel. 649. A. W. Stewman; W. E. Whaloy. 677. F. P. Mllle; E. E. Flanagan. 600. B. F. Congdon; J. E. ShortoJJ. SECRETARIES. (Giving Division Nos.) 1. G. M. Baldwin, 3833 Vlncenncs Ave., Chicago. 41. D. D. Hughson, 237 Lewis St., Blue Island, 111. 74. J. B. Oldridge, 1253 E. Eldorado, Decatur, 111. 78. Carl School), Savanna, 111. 70. J. R. Nelson, 317 Morgan St., Pe oria, 111. 81. G. H. Newberry, 607 Monroe St., Beardstown, 111. 83. R. H. Stoner, 868 Monroe St, Galesburg, 111. 87. P. E. Murray, 208 Union St, Bloomlngton, III. 96. C. A. Walter, 44 Oakwood Ave., Downers Grove, 111. 97. E. 8. Nichols, Roodhouse, 111. 101. C. M. Belknap, 809 Prairie, Mat toon, 111. 106. V. Wolf, Sllvls, 111. 112. J. L. Davis, 884 8. Poplar, Con- tralla, 111. 113. Geo. F. Sprague, 4320 -N. Ashland Ave., Chicago, 111. 118. G. B. Selts, 106 Station St., Kan- kakee 111 127. C. E. Bishop, 307 N. Walnut St., Danvlllo, 111. BRAND BREWING COMPANY BREWERS OR FINE BEERS "B TsmiwBPHOfVBl WkST SOI saMBaa BIton Avenue and Snow Street CHICAQO, U. S. A. eeanHlJA .sVKaaEraEV fc Mlk SOUTH CHICAGO BREWING COMPANY FOOT OF ONE HUNDREDTH 8T. Brewers of Laer Beer 206. W. P. Sheehan, Wabash Hotel, Springfield, 111. 222. A. A. Zlmmeht, Chllllcothe, 111. 235. I. Goodwin, 4 Union St, Freeport, ill. 293. J. A. Lewis, 263 N. Washtenaw Ave., Chicago, III. . 308. O. W. Taylor, 222 E. 7lh St., Mt. Carmel, III. " 327. W. J. Underrlner, 110 N. Banker, Effingham, 111. 377. E. D. French, 102 Winston Avo., .Toilet, III. 386. J. J. Wagner, 2207 Salsbury St, ' St. Louis, Mo. 3S8. It. M. Brown, 1217 W. 9th St., Alton, 111. 400. W. C. Harris, 309 E. Wash., Clin ton, 111. 406. M. F. LockardMlOE. Gth fSt, MorimouthT'IU.' 400. W. S. Heath, Salem, III. 459. A. E. Cooper, C34 S. Stato St., Champaign, ,111. SOL J. A. Bonham, 2004 Elm St., Mur- physboro, 111. 609.. P. C. Gosnell, Villa Grove, 111. 523. II. W. Murray," Box 120, Flora, 111. 548. F. C. Kiel, Ladd, III. 577. F. L. Wolcott, Box 321, Palestine, III. 600. C. S. Griffith, Stockton, 111. CHIEF CONDUCTORS. (Giving Division Nos.) 1. F. B. Wheeler, 2745 Wash. Boul. Chicago. 41. W. M. C ffey, 629 E. York St, Bluo Island, 111. 74. F. W. Vincent, 1017 E. Prairie, Decatur, 111. 78. R. L. Piper, Savanna, 111. 79. L. K. Murphy, 1903 Knoxvllle, Peoria, 111. 81. A. J. Frailer, 702 Clay St., Beardstown, 111. 83. E. O. Williams, 146 E. 6th St., Galesburg, 111. 87. B. Williams, 1007 N. Oak, Bloom lngton, III. 96. Geo. G. Spier, 270 North Ave., Downers Grove, 111. 07. Joe Hayes, Roodhouse, 111. 101. J. V. Fitch, 2412 Prairie, Mattoon, III. 106. F A. Bledsoo, Rock Island, III. 112. C. T. Harris, 329 N. Locust St, Ccntralla, 111. 113. J. L. English, 'Waukegan, 111. 118. W. H. Harris, 65 Cleveland, Kan- kakeo, III. 127. W. S. Drover, 211 W. Williams, Danville, III. 206. G. A. Coleman, 102 Swlnnarton Ave., Springfield, 111. 222. D. W. Wanders, Chllllcothe, 111. 235. G. G. McCarty, Senate Hotel, Freeport, III. 293. G. S. Lane, 419 Gth Ave., May wood, 111. 308. F. E. Leseure, 1010 Cherry, Mt, ' Carmel, 111. 327. L. M. Hough, 609 8. Maple St, Ef fingham, III. 877. M. A. Btlnson, 210 Sterling, Jot let, 111. 886. H. W. Bibb, 1023 Market, East St. Louis, 111. 388. J. C. McQuan, 1228 Bell St., Alton, 111. 400. J. J. Mlllan, 315 N. Monroe, Clin ton, 111. 406. G. E. Mitchell, 612 W. 3rd Ave., Monmouth, 111. 409. T. Whitson, Salem, 111. 469. E. E. Jolly, 205 S. Lynn, Cham paign, 111. 501. Carl E. Schmidt, 509 10th St., Cairo, 111. 609. J. D. Blair, Villa Grove, 111. 523. D. Nancy, Box 311, Flora, 111. 548. H. Hill, Ladd, 111. 549. J. E. Youngblood, Carbondale, 111. 577. J. E. Brown, Effingham, 111. 600. D. V. Beck, 1881 Couler Ave., Du buque, Iowa. COUNTY OFFICES, COURT HOUSE. Sheriff's Office. Fourth floor, room 423. County Treasurer. Second floor, room 212. Recorder of Deeds. First floor, room 120. Registrar of Titles. First floor, room 120. County Clerk. Second floor, room 233. , County Comptroller. Fifth floor, room 611. Coroner. Fifth floor, room 500. County Surveyor. Fifth floor, room 426. Custodian. Third floor, room 311. County Court. Sixth floor, room 602. Clerk County Court. Sixth floor, room 600. Circuit Court Seventh floor. Clerk Circuit Court Fourth floor, room 412. Probate Court Sixth floor, room 643. Clark Probate Court Sixth floor, room 623. oard of Review. Third floor, room 337. oard of Assessor. Third floor, room 812. Preeldent County Board. Fifth floor, room 623. Clerk Superior Court Fourth floor, room 437. County Commleelonere. Fifth floor, room 637. County Attorney. Fifth floor, room 607. Law Library. Tenth floor. Superintendent Publlo Service. Fifth floor, room 619. Civil Service Commission. Fifth floor, room 549. Jury Commission. Eighth floor, room 824. M. M. Connery iu estabUse4 garage at 2630 Wabash avenue wkkh la on of the finest in the city. It will take good car of all klnda of automo biles and Is fully equipped to charge electric trucks. People who are Isoktug for irt class truc!c Imago or automobile space, will da well to patronise Mr. Connery. Mr. Connery is a brotker of John T. Connery, the well-know coal merchant, and of Frank D. Cob nery, the city clerk. He is a life-long rmldent of Chicago and ha host of friends In all walks of life. Advt. "Fifth Avenue," the last relic of pro vincial Chicago, still retains Its Imita tion name and shows that to bo called after something In New York Is still regarded as the proper caper in Chi cago. This Is too cheap to dwell upon. The. street should be called Wells street from one end to tho other. Judge John K. Prlndlvllle Is making a splendid record on tho Municipal Court bench. He Is an able, broad minded and Just Judge. The people of the Stnto of Illinois hnvo decided to control their public utilities themselves. This tnkes away tho stock In trndo of the ablo utility tradesmen connected with Municipal, Legislative and other "voters leagues." Mellaril J. Finn, the nblo and popu lar attorney, would make u line Munici pal Judge. How about those gum and weighing machines on tho elevated platforms? Tho city council ordered them off but they arc still In ovldence. Judge KIcklinm Scnnlnn has made a grand record on tLe bench. Ho Is a falrmlnded, able and fearless Judgo. Judge Joseph Z. Uhlcr's record on tho Municipal court bench Is ono that ho can well bo proud of. Ho Is an hon est, hardworking and falrmlnded Judge. Judgo Charles A. McDonald Is mak ing a splendid record on tho Superior Court bench. Ho Is n conscientious and fair-minded Judgo. William L. Hoerber, tho well-known and popular secretary of tho J. L. Hoorber Drowlng Company, would mako n fine County Treasurer. CHEAP EXCURSIONS to California, Oregon, Washington. You can go to tho Pacific Coast for almost one-half tho regular cost, Colo nist one-way second-class fares being In effect Sept. 25 to Oct. 10, 1913, to San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Oakland, Sacramento, Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Vancouver, Victoria, etc. Theso low fare tickets will bo honored In modern Pullman tourist sleeping cars, on fast through daily trains of tho Chicago and North Western Ry, Favorablo stopover privi leges. Choice of scenic routes. ' Make your reservations early and apply at once to ticket offices of the Chicago and North Western Ry. for full particulars, 148 S. Clark St. (Tel. Randolph 4221), or Passenger Ter minal. County Institutions around Chi cago: County Building Clark street, b tween Washington and Randolph, south side. Jail Dearborn avenue and Illinois street; north side. Criminal Court Building Michigan street and Dearborn avenuo; north side. Children's Hospital Wood street, near Polk; west sldo. County Hospital Harrison and Honoro streets; west side. County Infirmary Oak Forest; reached by the Rock Island railroad. Morgue Wood and Polk streets; west sldo. Dotentlon Hospital Wood and Polk streets; west side. County Agont 213 South Peoria street, west sldo. Insane Asylum and Tuberculosis Hospital At Dunning; west side; reached by Milwaukee avenue cars and the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. Juvenile Court "71 Ewing street, west side. Home for Delinquent and Depend ent Children 771 Ewing street. No Imported beer on market t day has met with greater success thai that handled by August Luchow. The Original Pilsener, from Pllsen, Bo hemia, la told by this big concern, as la also the famous Wursburger Hof brau from Wursburg, Bavaria, These beers are the favorites at Chicago' leading clubs, restaurants and buffets. They are without a peer. The Chicago offices of August Luchow are located In the Stock Exchange building, SO North LaSalle street and are under the management of Hans Luchow. Mr. Luchow has made a splendid record for the business In the Wait and ha enjoys a widespread popularity among cnioago'e leading business men and citizens. Advertisement The Horn Brewery M sot oaly Cat oago'a youngest brewery, but It I oa of her most successful. N hxwwarr In the United States arvar aahUnJ suocess In such short time a the Home Brewery. Its beer already has a reputation among tb lover of good beer aa being par excelleno. The Horn Brewery also bottle It beer and a oaa can be bad by oalllag vp Humboldt 9810. Advertisement NEW YORK CLIPPER THI ORIATIST THEATRICAL AND SHOWPAFER IN THI WORLD PUBLISHED WEEKLY. $4.00 PER YEAR. IT NIW AN6 BIST ARTIOLI ON AVIATION V WILL-KNOWN KXPIRTt SAMPLE COPY FREE Addraie NIW YORK OLIPPIR New York, N. V Tel. Calumet 730 Bottling Dept., Tel. Calumet 863 Lake CHARLES J. VOPICKA, President ATLAS BREWING CO., BEST and MOST HEALTHFUL aVHssBKfBaK. safe i IIIP DCiD 1 i BREWING CO. S. W. Corner Fletcher Sfe Herndon St. I 3 Tl. Lake Vtew HO Chicago g 'V BRBWBRS OP THB RPPRQ 107 Blue Island Avenue, QUALITY McAVOY'S Malt Marrow IIIMMNin RY PMVSIRisUM McAvoy Brewing Co. 1fkall am 3401 THC; CELEBRATED! . fypodt Dnrrn m rffd.q puRtrooo tonH UNITED STATES BREWING CCfl PHONE HUMBOLDT 407S. FJJaV1 Shore, foot of 27th Street OTTO KMOMt, Treasurer and Secretary. H THE MARKET TRY THEM Chicago A, A.SJ. tS4R tRUTM PARK AVE. Telephone Monroe 6200 Corner Ohio and Union Streets.