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Quick Service Laundry Co. 319-321-323 S. PAULINA ST. NEAR VAN BUREN phone mc'UKe to West 3166 for our waon to call for your shirt bundle, f.uuih washing or Hat-work i the quickest "way to get acquainted with them, or renew old friendship. The pleasure will he ours to leccive your call while you will In. doubly pleased on examining our faultless work, which vinnot be excelled anywhere. PAUL P. LEONI, President OTTO RICE, Secretary and Manager Severinghaus Bros. G. A. R. Laundry Busiest 3118-20 Armitage Avenue Phones Albany Atlas Linen Supply Co. 2537 Sheffield Avenue Telephone Diversey 2096 Cafes, Restaurants and Public Places receive special and satisfactory attention ATLAS LAUNDRY 1032 Wrightwood Avenue Telephone Lincoln 1412 Keep the woodwork clean and bright with Old Dutch eFfamBvaHaVsBSff I EfiCi3aBY Telephone Scclcy 3961 A. NOVAK CIGAR CO. HAVANA CIGARS Alantifacturers of "LA EZETA" Cigars 1011 South Robcy Street CHICAGO Electric Lighting Supplies kfSSMSW sssisasaaash;. i 1 " Bfe. t.j.JJ L. 'VS-4r.;4 18UJW& i W: ..SX-MK L.''wtt." it v - si- Q!lo!i.hjKMM:l Edison Building, 72 CARBONS SOCKETS CORDS SWITCHES Because Best Near Kedzie Avenue 117 and 118 ROBT. E. McKEE President as t? - sOTZbbbMptcv.1 Ji .ICi." i West Adams Street BRUSHES MOTORS MMlm the: chip ago eagle, RAILROAD MEN ! Railroad Trainmen of IIUboU o-h strongly organised for UgisUtlTe nd otter work. They number oyer 180,000 Bseaabere n tlllnoli and are an Intelligent, reun ite and earnest body of men, whose lower for good In the itate cannot a ireroatlmated. following are the divisions, asm tors and names of their legislative ommlttoe and officers: LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE VOR ILLINOIS. Division number; commltteeaaM Irst, and alternates: 1. Taos. S. Hayes; F. B. Can. 41. W. O. Swing; A. P. Danfortk. 74. H H, Jonea; E. B. Whit. 71. R. L. Piper; J. J. KHckenger. 70. W. W. Carroll; W. W. Donley. 81. C. C Parker; A. J. Frailer. it. Q. r. Conley; J. R. Zoll. 87. Jas. W. Flnley; J. C. Paul. 98. J. M. Kelley; C. A. Watters. 97. C. P. Bemts; E. S. NlchoU. 101. F. 8. Thomas; Jerry MoCarby. '08. K. A. Bledsoe; A. J. Douglas. 112. J. I. Davis; C. T. Harris. HI. F. D. Sughrua; W. Ertckson. (18. F. L. Howard; A. M. Barnes. 127. T. F. Phleger; J. H. Voss. 106. W. P. Sheehan; W. H. Devlin. !2J. C. H. Dal ton; H. B. Holt 195. O. O. McCarty; P. O. Rourkn. 191. Jno. Fowler; M. Ingham. 108. C. C. Craig; R. Trogden. 127. L. M. Hough; B. F. Bradley. W7. B. B. French; O. W. Melbourne. I8. W. A. 8harpe; C. H. 8tanley. 188. J. L. Lamport; J. C. McQuan. W8. W. J. Smith; P. H. O'Connor. 109. D. W. Marshall; T. Nltson. 159. M, F. Cooper; A. S. Kuykendall. i01. D. a. Craig; J. A. Bonham. '09. E. Fread; W. M. Stevenson. US. D. Naney; C. E. Blackburn. 148. H. Hill; F. C. Zlel. 549. A. W. Stewman; W. E. Whaler. 77. F. P. MUle; E. E. Flanagan, 100. B. F. Congdon; J. E. Shorten. SECRETARIES. (Giving Division Nob.) 1. Q. M. Baldwin, S838 Vlncenaes Ave., Chicago. (1. D. D. Hughson. 237 Lewis 8t, Blue Island, I1L 74. J. a Oldrldge, 1263 B. Eldorado, Docatur, 111. 78. Carl Bchoen, Savanna, HI. 79. J. R. Nolson, 817 Morgan St, Pe oria, I1L II. O. H. Newberry, 607 Monroe St, Beardstown, III. II. R. H. Stoner, 868 Monroe St, Oalosburg, 111. 17. P. E. Murray, 208 Union St, Bloomlngton, III. I. C. A. Walter, 44 Oakwood Ave., Downers Grove, 111. it. E. S. Nichols, Roodhouse, III. 101. C. M. Belknap, 809 Prairie, Mat. toon, III. 101. V. Wolf, Silvis. 111. til. J. L. Davis, 334 8. Poplar, Cen tralis, 111. 113. Geo. F. Sprague, 4326 N. Ashland Ave., Chicago, 111. til. O. B. Belts, 106 Station St, Kan kakee, m. 127. C. E. Bishop, 307 N. Walnut St., Danville, 111. 206. W. P. Sheehan, Wabash Hotel, Springfield, 111. 222. A. A. Zlmmebt, Chilllcothe, HI. 236. I. Goodwin, 4 Union St, Freeport, 111. 193. J. A. Lewis, 253 N. Washtenaw Ave., Chicago, 111. tOI. O. W. Taylor, 222 E. 7th St., Mt Carmol, 111. 827. W. J. Underrlner, 110 N. Banker, Effingham, III. 177. E. B. French, 102 Winston Ave., Joliet, III. 816. J. J. Wagner, 2207 Salsbury St, St. Louis, Mo. 388. R. M, Brown, 1217 W. 9th St, Alton, 111. 400. W. C. Harris, 309 E. Wash., Clin ton, 111. 406. M. F. Lockard, 410 E. 6th St, Monmouth, 111. 409. W. S. Heath, Salem, 111. 459. A. E. Cooper, 684 S. State St, Champaign, 111. 501. J. A. Bonham, 2004 Elm St., Mur- physboro, 111. 609. P. C. Gosnell, Villa Orove, HI. 623. H. W. Murray, Box 120, Flora, HI. 648. F. C. Zlel, Ladd, HI. 577. F. L. Wolcott, Box 221, Palestine, 111. (00. C. S. Griffith. Stockton, 111. CHIEF CONDUCTORS. (Giving Division Nos.) 1. F. B. Wheeler, 2746 Wash. Boul. Chicago. 41. W. M. O ffey, 629 B. York St., Blue Island, III. 74. F. W. Vincent, 1017 B. Prairie, Decatur, 111. 78. R. L. piper, Savanna, 111. 79. L. K. Murphy, 1903 Knoxvllle, Peoria, 111. 81. A. J. Frazlor, 702 Clay St, Beardstown, 111. 83. E. O. Williams, 146 B. 6th St., Galesburg, 111. 87. B. Williams, 1007 N. Oak, Bloom lngton, 111. 96. Geo. O. Spier, 270 North Ave., DownerB Orove, 111. 97. Joe Hayes, Roodhouse, III. 101. J. V. Fitch, 2412 Prairie, Matte a, 111. 106. F. A. Bledsoe, Rock Island, HI. 112. C. T. Harris, 329 N. Locust St, Centralis,, 111. 113. J, L. English, Waukegan, 111. 118. W. H. Harris, 66 Cleveland, Kan kakee, IU. 127. W. 8. Drover, 211 W. Williams, Danville, 111. 206, G, A. Coleman, 102 Swlnnarton Ave., Springfield, 111. 222. D. W. Wanders, Chilllcothe, 111. 235. G. O. McCarty, Senate Hotel, Freeport, HI. 293. G. 8. Lano, 419 Eth Ave., May wood, 111. 308. F. E. Leseure, 1010 Cherry, Mt Carmel, 111. 327. L. M. Hough, 609 S. Maple St., a flngliam, 111, 377. M. A. Stlneon, 210 Sterling, Jol iet, 111. 386. H. W. Bibb, 1023 Market, East St. Louis, 111. 388. J. C. McGuan, 1228 Bell St, Alton, 111. 400. J. J. Mlllan, 315 N. Monroe, Clin ton, 111. 406. G. E. Mitchell, 512 W, 3rd Ave., Monmouth, 111. 409. T. Whltson, Salem, 111. 469. E. E. Jolly, 205 8. Lynn, Cham paign, 111. Pvk sIIIIIIIIIIIH aaaV BBBBaa 'bbbH K Vf sBIIH bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbv "a.bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbm bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbw ''bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! E. J. MAGER8TADT, Well Known Business Man and Republican Leader. 501. Carl E. 8chmldt, 609 tilth Hi.. Cairo, III. 609. J. D. Biatr. vlila Grove, 111. 623. D. Naney, Box 311, Flora. 111. 648. H. Hill, Idd, III. 649. J. E. Youngblood, Carhondale, 111. 677. J. E. Brown, Effingham, 111. 600. D. V. Bock, 1881 Couler Ave., Du buque, Iowa. Arrah J. Whlsler, president of the Akron Tiro & Vulcanizing Company, Is highly respected In tho business world becauso of his clean cut nnd up right mothods. Chicago needs a new City Hall. The new one will probably be built in Union Park on the West Side. Tho Union Credit Clothing IIouso at ICC North Stato street, opposite tho Masonic Tomplo, has won a great and well deserved roputatlon for square dealing, good goods and honest meth ods. Bernard J. Mahoney has made a good record In the legislature and as assistant states attorney. , County Treasurer Henry Stuckart ta after the tax dodgers In good earn est. John Power nas uiways Borved the people woll as alderman from the Nineteenth ward. Gustavo Pollack, the popular gen eral manager of tho Stock Yards Packing Company, is winning wide fame as n philanthropist As a helper of friendless boys he Is doing great work in Chicago. Patrick J. Can is making a good record as trustee of the Sanitary Dis trict of Chicago. Tony Schroodor's beautiful buffet and restaurant at 3401 North Halstod stroot Is only five minutes' walk from the Cub ball park. Walter C. Williams, tho gonial hoc rotary and manager of tho big Ste vens building restaurant, on tho eighth door of tho Stovcns building on Stato street is popular with every body; ho and his restaurant aro popu lar with all who patronlzo It. Judge D. E. Sulltvan has made an honeBt, dignified and able record on the bench. Trustee Ji lies M. Dalley of the San itary District always looks after the Interests of the people. Assistant Superintendent of Streets Mitchell gives genoral satisfaction by tho way ho porforms his duties. Francis W. WaTKer7 too eminent lawyer, is a Chicago product. He has lived In this city all of his life. Louis JollsBumt, or 1255 Wells street, has built up a great business with his Jersoy Brand Cheoso. The cheeso Is bo good that It recommends Itself whorovor tried. John Z. Vogelsang, ten great res taurateur, deservedly stands In the front rank of tho restaurant and hotel uen of Chicago, John IF. Powers, lioad of tho groat firm of John II. Povvors & Co., with offices at 20 East Jackson boulevard, Is n rccognlzod loader In tho financial world. John n. Cavorty's record on Municipal bench is worthy of praise. the a: Judge John A. Mahoney of the Municipal court Is very popular with the people because of the good, com mon sense he displays on the bench. Home Brewery Deer Is appreciated and extolled oy all who have used it. Humbold 9310. Advertisement. 1. H. Slonu, io popular Secretary of tho Janetto Manufacturing Com pany, of 617 W. Jackson Boulevard, reports a great demand for tho Auto matic Electric beer pumps manufac tured by that rollablo concorn. Sam'l T. Chase, the highly respect ed General Agent of tho big solid and rich Connecticut Mutual Life Insur ance Company, has a host of friends among pooplo In every lino of business In Chicago. 8. P. Molandor, tho woll known pho tographer at 67 West Ohio stroet, has been CO years In business and 33 years Hollander Extra Pale Bavarian Telephone Calumet 730 CONRAD SEIPP BREWING CO. Foot East 27th Street BRAND BREWING COMPANY BMW1RI OP FINE BEERS Ell st on Artnu SOUTH CHICAGO BREWING COMPANY FOOT OF ONE HUNDREDTH ST. brewers of Lasrer Ber In the same placo. A pretty good record. M. Henry Cluenn, the popular law yer, is much talked of for Judicial honors. Charles C. Broyer is one of the best liked men on the Northwest Side. He Is noted for his public spirit and de votion to the interests of his fellow citizens. Frank Hognn, tho highly respected president of tho Hcco Envelope Com Tom Palmer and Tropics Clear Havana Cigars WENGLER & MANDELL 1946 to 1951 West Madison St. Telephone West 217 If your intercommunicating or private house telephone is out of order, telephone Franklin 2397 and vc will have an expert repair it immediately. Our specialty is repairing and installing telephone systems. Out-of-Town Readers Write for circular descriptive of the S. R. Lockout System for telephones (local battery magneto), which insures your con versation being absolutely private. Standard Telephone Repair Co. 160 N. Fifth Ave., Chicago, 111. Telephone Franklin 2397 SEIPP'S ADAM ORTSEIFCII frailtfant McAVOY'S Malt Marrow RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS Writ for Booklet, "Emlnont Physicians. of tho Wast." McAvoy Brewing Co. Tolsphon all Departments Cali.met and Snow Strtat, pany, would mako n good mayor. Ho Is a mnn of groat cxocutlvo ability nnd earnestness of purposo nnd ho numbors his frlonds by tho thousands. The Home Brewery is not only Chi cago's youngest brewery, but It Is one of her most successful. No brewery in the United States ever achieved success In such a short time as the Home Brewery. Its beir already hat a reputation among the lover of good beer as being par excellence. The Home Brewery also bottles lta beer and a case can be had by calling up Humboldt 9110. Advertisement H. TEMPLE MCLLAMV 4. A. O. 'CNTON Traasurar iNfMMy B40I 9340 SOUTH HARK AVI. CHICAGO, U. A.