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I Cable AilJtc Itlmala lt. 1776 in Cat Imlla TUB ONLY ORIGINAL Tel. Lincoln 7717 M I TRADE MKK VI tVI A I KCOISTCKCO CASS QAY LA VARTS .Made Exclushclv from Grapes, Herbs, Roots nnd Barks. A True Tonic. A fcure Appetizer. A Complete Strcngtlicncr. Fcr salt at all first dM Hotel. Cafi, Clubs. Restaurants, Druggists, Grocers and Wine Merchants. C. O. F. BURKSTROM CO. August Ltichow New York and Chicago SOLE IMPORTER OP I "Wurzburgtr Hofbrau" & "Original Pilsner PROM erissan, Warxbarf, ttvirlt PROM CifiMJRiichifti'BfMtrtl, flluii, BihcMla CHICAGO BRANCH HANS LUCHOW, Western Representative Office: CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE DLDO. Room 313, 30 N. La Salle Street Telephones: Auto 36-353; Franklin 91 J. SPOHN J. WALTER SPOHN & WALTER MANUFACTURERS OP FINE CIGARS Makers and Distributers of Hie well-known "EDELWEISS" CIGARS Factory, 642 Dearborn Ave., CHICAGO Tel., Superior 693 German-Americtn Safety Deposit Vaults Telephone Lincoln 131 ARTHUR JOSETTI Real Estate and Loans FIRE INSURANCE 657 W. North Avenue oSsriK. CHICAGO The Credit Guide 7th Floor Fort Dearborn Bldrf. A Mercantile Agency of forty years standing. Covering the Credit Status of Cook County in its entirety. We have facts and information concerning the. financial standing habit of pay and general reputation of more than one million individual firmsx&nd corporations doing business in Chicago and Cook County. For further information call kUarfolph 1220-8 Aatomatlo 0244 A ITALIAN (SL GREEK PRODUCTS CO. EMILIO LONGHI. Prop. WARD BOUNDARIES. IMPORTERS and WHOLESALERS ITALIAN - GREEK - FRENCH - SPANISH A INE8 LIQUORS and GROCERIES 1518-1520 WABASH AVE. Telephone Calumet 1408 Following aro ttio wara Boundaries In Chicago: 1. Chicago river west and south to Wallace, south to W. 26th, east to Princeton, south to W. 28th pi., east to S. 6th ave south to W. 30th, east to Wentworth avo., rfouth to W. 31st, ave., southwest to Howard, west to 24. Roscoo and rtaclno nves., west to N. Western ave., south to Belmont ; to Center, east to Sheffield ave., north i to Fullerton ave., west to Racine avo., ave., west to river, southeast to Cly. burn pi., east to Rnclne ave., norttt north to Roscoe. 25. Lake Michigan and Rogers east to Lake Shore right ot war, north to W. 2Cth, east to S. Michigan ave., north to B. 25th, east to Indiana ave., south to E. 2Cth, east to South Park ave., south to E. 31st, east to Lako Michigan, north to river. 2. Lako Michigan and 31st st west to South Park ave., north to E. 2Cth, west to Indiana ave., north to E. 25th, west to S. Michigan ave., south to E. 2Gth, west to Lake Shore right ot way, south to W. 31st, west to Wentworth ave., north to W. 30th, west to S. 6th ave., south to W. 33rd, west to Stewart ave., south to W.i 39th, east to Cottage Grove ave., north to 38th, east to Lake Michigan, north to 31st. 3. Lako Michigan and 47th, west to St. Lawrence ave., south to E. 49th, west to S. State, north to W. 43rd, west to Princeton ave., north to W. 39th, east to Cottage Grove are., north to E. 38th, east to Lake Mich igan, southeast to 47th. 4. Wallace and river, west and south to W. 34th pi., east to B. Hal sted, north to W. 34th, east to Union ave., south to W. 35th, east to Wal lace, north to W. 33rd, east to S. 6th ave., north to W. 28th pi., west to Princeton ave., north to W. 25th, west to Wallace, north to river. 6. From Intersection of river and south fork southeast along canal to W. 39th, west to S. 48th ave., south to W. 45th, east to S. Ashland ave., north to W. 43rd, east to Princeton ave., north to W. 39th, west to Stew art ave., north to W. 33rd, west to Wallace, south to W. 35th, est to Union ave., north to W. 34th, west to 8. Halsted, south to W. 34th, west to south fork of river and northwesterly to river. C. Lako Michigan and E. 47th it, west to St. Lawrence ave. south to E. 49th, west to S. State, south to E. 63rd, east to South Park ave., north to E. COth, east to Lake Michigan, northwest to 47th. 7. Lako Mtclitgan and E. 60th St., west to South Park avo., south to E. 63rd, west to Stewart ave., south to W. CCth, east to Harvard ave., Louth to W. 67th, east to Wentworth ave., south to W. 71st, east to S. State, south to E. 75th, east to Stony Island ave., ncth to E. 73rd, east to lake, northwest to E. 60th. 8. Lako Michigan and E. 73rd St., west to Stony Island avo., south through Lake Calumet to city limits, east to Indiana state line, north to lake and northwest to E. 73rd. 9. Stony Island ave. and E. 76th, west to S. State, south to W. 79th, west to Wallace south to W. 84th, east to Stewart ave., south to W. 103rd, west to S. Halsted, south to W. 111th, west to S. Peoria, south to W. 115th, west to Vlncennes ave., southwest to Lyon ave., east to S. Ashland ave., south to W. 123rd, east to 8. Halsted, south to city limits, east to Stony Island ave., projected, and north to E. 76th. 10. 8. Center ave. and W. 12th, west to Loomls, north to Taylor, west to 8. Wood, south to W. 16th, east to 8. Ashland avo., south to river, north east to 8. Morgan, north to W. 18th, east to 8. Morgan, north to W. 16tb, west to 8. Center ave., north to W. 12th. 11. 8. Wood and Taylor, west to 8. Oakley bird., south to W. 12th. west to P., C, C. It St L. R. R., south to canal, northeast to 8. Ashland ave.. north to W. 16th, west to 8. Wood, north to Taylor. 12. W. 12th and P., C, O. ft St L. R, R west to 8. Kedzle ave., south to W. 19th, west to 8. Homan ave., north to Ogden ave., southwest to Clifton Park ave., south to W. 24th, west to 8. Central Park ave., south to canal, northeast to P., C, O. ft St. u R. R.. north to W. 12th. 13. W. Washington blvd. and N. Oakley blvd., west to N. 40th are., south to W. 12th, east to 8. Oakley blvd., north to W. Washington blvd. 14. W. Chicago ave. and N. Ash land ave., west to N. 40th ave., south to W. Washington bird., east to N. Ashland blvd., north to W. Chicago ave. 16. W. North ave. and N. Robey, West to N. St Louis ave., south to W. Chloago ave., east to N. Ashland ave., north to W. Division, west to N. Robey, north to W. North ave. 16. River and Fullerton ave., west to N. Robey, south to W. Division, east to river, northwest to Fullerton ave. 17. River and W. Division, west to N. Ashland ave., south to W. Klnsle, east to river, northwest to W. Divi sion. 18. River and W. Klnsle, west to N. Ashland ave., south to W. Wash lngton blvd., west to N. Oakley blvd., south to Taylor, east to 8. Hermitage ave., north to W. Van Buren, east to river, north to W. Klnsle. 19. River and W. Van Buren St., west to S. Hermitage ave., south to Taylor, cast to Loomls, south to W. 12th, east to 8. Halsted, north to Tay lor, east to S. Dosplalnes, south to DoKovcn, east to 8. Jefferson, south to Bunker, east to rlvor, north to W. Van Buren. 20. Rlvor nnd Bunker, woBt to ft Jefferson, north to DoKoven, west to S. Desplnlnes, north to Taylor, west to S. Halsted, south to W. 12th, west to S. Contor nvo., south to W. lGth, east to S. Morgan, south to W. 18th, west to S. Morgan, south to W. 18tb, west to S. Morcan. south to rlvor. northeast to Bunker. 21. Lako Michigan and Fullortnn ave., west to N. Cl'vrk, southeast to Sedgwick, south to W. Division, east to Orleans, south to rlvor, oast to lako nnd north to Fullerton ave. 22. Monomonoo nnd Sedgwick, west to Larraboo, north to Contor, west to Raclno nvo,, south to Cly bourn pi., west to rlvor, south and southeast to Orloans, north to W. Di vision, wost to Sedgwick, north to Monomoneo. 23. Cornelia ave. nnd Lako Mich igan, west to Southport nvo., south to Roscoo, east to Rncino avo., south to Fullerton avo., east to Sheffield nvo., south to Conter, east to Larrabeo, south to Monomoneo, east to Sedg wick, north to N. Clark, northwest to Fullerton ave., east to Lako Michigan. Rldgo road, southeast to Devon ave., east to N. Clark, southeast to South port ave., south to Cornelia ave., east to Lako Michigan, northwest to Rog ers ave. 26. Ridge road and Howard, west to N. Kedzle nvo., south to Devon avo., west to north shore channel, south along channel and river to Bel mont ave., east to N. Western ave., north to Roscoe, east to Southport ave., north to N. Clark, northwest to Devon, west to Rldgo rond, northwest to Howard. 27. North shore channel and De von ave., west to N. 64th ave., thence along city limits as established by annexation of Norwood Park to Park Ridge blvd. on north and Highland ave. on west, east and south to Bryn Mawr ave., east to N. 60th ave., south to Irving Park blvd., west to N. 72nd ave., south to Belmont ave., east to N. 40th ave., south to Fullerton ave., east to N. Central Park ave., north to Dlversey ave., east to N. Fran cisco, north to Belmont ave., east to river, northwest along river and chan nel to Devon ave. 28. River and, Belmont ave., west to N. Francisco, south to Dlversey ave., west to N. Sacramento ave., south to W. North ave., east to N. Robey, north to Fullerton ave., east to river, northwest to Belmont ave. 29. 8. Center ave. and W. 43rd, west to 8. Ashland ave., south to W. 45th, west to 8. 48th ave., south to W. 69th, east to 8. Robey, south to W. 71st east to Loomls, north to W. 66th, west to 8. Wood, north to W. Garfield blvd., east to Loomls, north to W. 47th, east to S. Center ave., north to W. 43rd. 30. 8. State and W. 43rd, west to 8. Center ave., south to W. 47th, west to Loomls, south to W. Garfield blvd., east to 8. State, north to W. 43rd. 31. 8. State and W. Garfield blvd., west to 8. Wood, south to W. 66th, east to Loomls, north to W. 63rd, east to S. State, north to W. Garfield Park blvd. 32. Stowart ave. and W. 63rd, west to Loomls, south to W. 71st vest to 8. Robey, north to W. 69th, west to S. 48th ave., south to W. 87th, east to S. Western ave., south to W. 99th, west to Ogden ave. (Morgan Park), south to W. 116th, cast to 8. Western ave., south to Lyon ave., east to Vln cennes ave., northeast to Raymond, east to 8. Morgan, north to W. 111th, west to 8. Center ave., north to W. 107th, east to 8. Halsted, north to W. 103rd, east to Stewart ave., north to W. 84th, west to Wallace, north to W. 79th, east to 8. State, north to W. 71st, west to Wentworth ave., north to W. 67th, west to Harvard ave.. north to W."66th, west to Stewart ave., north to W. 63rd. 33. Dlversey and N. Sacramento aves., west to N. Central Park ave., south to Fullerton ave., west to N. 40th ave., north to Belmont ave., west to N. 72nd ave., south to North ave., east to 8. Austin -ave., south to Mad ison, east to N. 62nd ave., north to W. Klnsle,. east to N. 46th ave., north to North 'ave., east to N. 40th ave., north to 'Armltage ave., east to Sac ramento ave., north to Dlversey ave. 84. 8. Kedzle and W. 12tn, west to 8. 46th ave., south to W. 89th, east to canal, northeast to 8. Central Park ave., north' to 24th, east to Clifton Park ave., north to Ogden ave., north east to 8. Homan ave., south to W. 19th, east to 8. Kedzle, north to W. 12th. 86. N. Sacramento ave. and Arml tage ave., west to N. 40th ave., south to W. North ave., west to N. 46th ave., south to W. Klnsle, west to N. 62nd ave., south to Madison, west to 8. Austin ave., south to W. 12th, east to 8. 40th ave., north to W. Chicago are., east to St Louis ave.. north to W. North ave., east to Sacramento ave., north to Armltage ave. Following Is the election calendar for 1916: Feb. 8 Registration for city elec tion. Feb. 9 and 10 Canvass ot precincts. Feb. 12 Revision for city election. Feb. 29 City primary. March 14 Registration for lty election. March 16 and 16 Canvass of pre cincts. March 18 Revision of registry. March 21 Second registration for city election. March 22 and 23 Canvass by pre cincts. March 26 Final revision of legis lation. April 4 City election. April 11 Primary for national dele gates. June 5 Judicial election. (Nomina tions by convention.) Aug. 23 New registration for fall primary. Aug. 24 and 25 Canvass by pre cincts. Aug. 2C Revision of reglstrry. Sept 13 Primary, county and stato. Oct. 7 Registration for fall election. Oct. 17 Second registration for fall election. Oct. 18 and 19 Canvass of l'n clncts. Oct. 21 Final rovislon of registry for fall election. Nov. 7 Election, county and stato. lt'$ Eaiy to Pay tht WhfUr Way Just a PJeasinl Business Transaction is Cheerful Credit. If you need new clothes, wc give tiicm to you and permit you to pay as you wear. Wc extend this privilcRC to Chicago people gladly and of fer, in addition, as smart styles and as big values as can be gotten anywhere else in Chi cago. Purchatt DtivrJ on Firtt Payment WIP. iyl Aili'lKssW Jrikil IT Mm's Silts a Tvpceats Latest in spring models. Suit In wor tcili, rassimercs, homcipuns.sergci and mixtures. Topcoats In covert cloth, vi cunas and fancy coatingi. '18 Other. II4.M to SH.00. ALL ALTERATIONS FREE Open Tiica., Thurj. nnd Sat. Evenings 1135 So.Stata St. I 4f Floor ovar.Rsocock'a g nmHiiiiiitiiimiiNiiiiii Wemei's Suits aCoals In all the latest styles. Suits In poplins, Herges, gabar dines, checks and mixtures. Coatt In all the season's latest fabrics and styles. $17.25 Others. S9.7S $45.00. to CHICAGO HAS ESSANAY Big Film Company Closes Other Establishments and Concen trates Its Studios Here. Store of Equality, Economy and Service. All Departments on Main Floor. Ask or write for our weekly price list, full of real bargains. Mail or phone orders promptly delivered free of charge. Mr. O. Ostenrledor, long and favor ably connected with tho great Potor Schoonhofon Browing Company, has opened n big advertising ngoncy at noom 509 Harvostor Building, C0C S. Michigan iivonuo. Mr. Ostenricdcr Is a squaro man who ilesorvos tho sup port of tho liberal olomont who want good ndvortlBlng. Chicago now has exclusively, tho biggest film company In America. With tho opening of a now studio, tho thlrd on tho north side, the Essanay company has. chosen Its two outside establishments, ono In Niles and the other In Los Angeles, preferring to concentrate Its efforts In Chicago. Ot tho, four prominent concerns Identi fied with tho film Industry, Sollg, Es sanay, Klelno and American, Essanay Is the only company with a perma nent producing plant in this city. Sollg takes tho pictures at his studio In Chicago Intermittently, while In Edondalo, Cal., he produces plays con tinuously; tho American has Its stu dios in Santa Barbara, Cal., and con ducts Its business affairs In this city; and Kleine's producing activities aro In tho Bronx, New York City. Tho Essanay studios aro equipped with artificial lighting facilities which onable Its producers to stage plays In all sorts ot weather, while the days ot sunshine are devoted mostly to exterior scenes. George K. Spoor, president of the company, has been a porslstcnt booster for Chicago on account of its central location. "I have always believed that' Chi cago Is the natural distributing center of the United States," he said, "and for the shipment of goods excels any other American city for centraliza tion. I closed my western studios nnd Increased my Chicago holdings because I want the plays produced by our company to be as close to the distributing center as possible. "It is not necessary to go to Cali fornia for sunlight; artificial light makes an ideal substitute, and you need not fret over rain and clouds. Whllo In the past capital was repre sented mostly In the east, there Is a trend toward this city In that direc tion. I believe that both manufac turer and distributor ot motion pic tures logically bolong In Chicago on account of Its control location and railroad facilities." Nelson N. Lamport should bo nom Inated and elected State Treasurer. William M. Morrison, tho well known photographer, whoso studio Is located In tho Schlllor building, Is ono ot tho substantial and highly re spected residents of tho North Sldo. Ho is much talked of for Alderman of tho Twonty-flrst word. John V, Gattlo and James II. Pyo, proprietors of tho Central Harbor Shop, 107 AVost Madison street, cntor to tho finest trndo In Chicago. Tho Now Roma restaurant at 117 North Clark street Is attracting atten tion by its flno bill of faro and Its splendid cooking. Mr. I. Pellegrini, tho well-known restaurateur, Is tho manager. Maurlco T. Cullerton Is much ro Bpocted as a lender In labor circles. Judge Tnomas P. Scully has shown since his election to tho County bench that ho Is tho right man in tho right place, Ho has met ovory ques tion raised concerning tho eloctlon ma chinery with ability and flrmnoss. Tho people aro proud of him. Judgo John R. Newcomer has mado a flno record In tho Municipal court. Ho should bo ro-olected, Emll Banodt of Webster avonuo nnd TilsHnll Rtrnnt In nun nf Hin lnnrl. Ilng pigeon fanciers of tho country. His placo Is a great resort for owners of homing pigeons. We ship to all parts of the United States Established 1893 The Stock Yards Packing Co. 175 and 177 North Fifth Avenue CHICAGO Purveyors of Meats and Groceries To the Best Families, Restaurants, Hotels, Clubs, Summer Resorts and Vessels IN and OUTSIDE of CHICAQO Tslephonssi Main 1049s Main 3442t Auto. 31-653 Oscar F. Mayer & Bro. MAYER MOOSE MAUD 4 Packers and Provision Dealers HAMS, BACON SAUSAGE. LARD Sedgwick Stand Beethoven Place, Chicago . I 'H i. v T.lethea. 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