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II Lubliner & Trinz Owning and Operating the Following High Class Theatres All Over the City: ARTCRAFT THEATRE, Devon and Clark Streets BIOGRAPH THEATRE, 2433 Lincoln Avenue COVENT GARDEN THEATRE, 2655 North Clark Street KNICKERBOCKER THEATRE, 6225 Broadway MICHIGAN THEATRE, 55th and Michigan Boulevard OAK PARK THEATRE, Oak Park, Illinois PARAMOUNT THEATRE, 2648 Milwaukee Avenue VITAGRAPH THEATRE, 3133 Lincoln Avenue WEST END THEATRE, No. Cicero and West End Avenues HARRY M. LUBLINER JOSEPH TRINZ 510 Westminster Building ASCHER THEATRES PRESENTING THE UTMOST IN PHOTOPLAYS OAKLAND SQUARE THEATRE-Drexcl and Oakwood Blvds. METROPOLITAN THEATRE Grand Blvd. and 47th St. CHATEAU THEATRE Broadway and Grace St. LAKESIDE THEATRE 4730 Sheridan Road. TERMINAL THEATRE Lawrence and Spaulding Aves. CALO THEATRE Clark and Balmoral Sts. MILFORD THEATRE Milwaukee and Crawford Aves. LANE COURT THEATRE Lane Court and Center St. COSMOPOLITAN THEATRE Hal a ted and 79th Sts. COLUMBUS THEATRE Ashland Ave. and 63rd St. FROLIC THEATRE 55th St. and Ellis Ave. ADELPHI THEATRE Clark and Estes Sts. Direction ASCHER BROS., 220 South State Street PRODUCTION CIRCULATION rnwwin.iiwn MBBy CIRCULATION ADVERTISING VALUE'S CLIMAX MOVING PICTURES MADE TO ORDER For Churches, Schools, Clubs, Societies and for any kind of business for advertising and pleasure. Yourself and your friends put into thrillersfor business and social purposes. WRITE FOR INFORMATION American Commercial Film Co. 110 South Dearborn Street, CHICAGO 8 bPbbbbHI KJc I m WWBEJSxSIf 'bbbbbbbb3bbbS!bH Jfl IVbbbbET7 bVbbEbbV"' I 1, IMTtirev. '4-Y 9 JSSMiW m K PJBMBBM tunny 1 LiMVi'lAfl A'A Au1lLbb' bbbbbbbV"1 HbbbV " iiMBa A'A AA MP" L IbbbbbbS' bbbbbH BJbbV " vBk??. BBBBBBBH BbBbBbBbBb)'!! t' l BBfgBBBBBBBBBBB HiMun InTBYflBYflBYflBYflBYflBYflBYE!?! bybbybbybbybV Km4.wi bbbbbbbbbbbSt'' bbbbbH tbtbbbbbK'"''"' American Steel Water Circulated Fire Walls (Smokeless Boiler Attachments) Are made to fit any fire box, tubular or cast iron boiler for steam or water heating plants. Guaranteed to make any boiler Efficient, Economical, and Smokeless. Have been tested on Thousands of boilers and never failed. Each especially constructed to meet the different require ments. Tested, approved and complimented by Chicago Smoke In spection Bureau and Engineers everywhere. It becomes a permanent part of the boiler and is indestructi ble, Smokeless and Economical. Manufactured by J. E. MURPHY Room 325, Unity Building, 127 N. Dearborn St. Under the Andrews patent now pending Welding Dep't, 624 W. Kinsie St. Bell W System Progress of the Telephone Art NO industry in the country exhibits in larger measure the remarkable electrical progress of this age than the Bell Telephone System. Improvements in' the telephone art are being made constantly by Bell engineers, both through scientific discovery and experience gained in solving every-day operating problems. Ever since audible speech was conveyed over the wire in the Boston machine shop forty-three years ago, it has been theoretically possible to talk from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Until a few years ago, however, no candid telephone engi neer would have predicted the accomplishment of such a thing. But it is being done every day. The Bell System gives the same painstaking attention to the smaller problems of the teles phone business, assuring its patrons that the most approved operating methods will always be employed. CHICAGO TELEPHONE COMPANY PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT Personal Items About Active Chicago Men Who Help Mold Public Opinion. Something About Hustlers In the Business and Political World of the City. Thcro Is a big boom among loyal ! and enthusiastic members of tho Democratic party In favor of tho nom ination of Harry II. Latham, tho popu lar president of tho famous Iroqiiols Club, for mayor of Chicago. No bettor man could bo nominated for that high omco. Mr. Latham is president of tho big Latham Machinery company, ono of tho best known mid solldcst concerns in tho country. No man stands higher in tho business community and no man Is moro popular with everybody who docs business with him whether In his machlno shops or In commercial life. Ho Is n broad minded man of af fairs, eminently fitted to bo "chief ex ecutive of this great city. Mr. Latham was president of tho Chicago Athletic Association for somo tlmo mid in that position mado many 'warm friends. As president of tho Iroquois Club ho has mado his usual record for oftl elency and progrcsslvcncss. Under his presidency tho Club has been greatly enlarged and now occu pies six floors In Its own building at 2G North Dearborn street. Ho has brought 151 now members Into tho Club through his own exertions, wo aro Informed by an old Iroquois bravo. Harry II. Latham for mayor would bo a winning ticket for tho Democrats. Secretary ot Stnto Louis L. Emmcr son Is making a flno record and many friends by tho ablo and efficient man ner in which ho conducts his groat ofllco. Henry Stuckart la tho cholco ot thousands of Democrats for mayor of Chicago. It. C. McWhortcr, tho popular presi dent ot tho Acmo Dox Company, has a host of friends In Chicago who would llko a chance to voto for him for Mayor or somo good ofllcc, whero hlo splendid executive abilities could bo of scrvlco to tho people. Thomas J. Wobb Coffee, sold In cans at 39 cents per pound, is tho housowlfo's standard for excellent quality. It Is tho coffco that is popu lar with everybody who has ovor used It. Illcliai'd Francis Condon, tho popular chairman ot tho Elks Membership Commlttco is confident of adding 3000 new members to tho rolls of tho organ ization this year. t hi Judge D. E. Sullivan baa made an honest, dignified and able record on the bench. Judge John R. CaTeny la daily adding to his popularity In Chicago by his splendid record on the Mu nicipal Court bench. The Homo Brewery Is not only Chi go's youngest browery, but it Is one ot her most successful. No browery In tho United States ever achlorod success In such n short time as the Homo Drowory. Its beer already has a reputation among the lovers ot good boor as being par excellenco. The Home Brewery also bottles Its beer and a case can be had by calling up Humboldt 9310. Advertisement. 6USINESSJ0PICS Care of the Feet The LeQrand Foot Parlor. Tho Lo Grand Foot Parlor, located for many years at 1314 North Clark street, has romovod Its establishment to now and larger quarters at 133C North Clark street, whero better facili ties tor chiropody will bo had. Tho prcsont excellent service will also bo groatly Improved. Madame Florencla A. T. Powella drier, who owns The Le Grand Foot Parlor at 133C North Clark street, has for her patrons tho best people on the North Side. She la the original Dis coverer of Comparative Scientific Bloodless Chiropody. The Le Grand Foot Parlor has boon at 1314 and 1348 North Clark street for over ton years. Madamo Fowella-Grler, M. 0 S. C, Doctor ot Chiropody, successfully makes soro feet good. Sore feet are mado Good Foot at tho Le Grand Foot Parlor, 133C N. Clark street. Tolo phono. Superior S991, Out of Focus. If you have head aches your eyes aro possibly out ot focus. If your eyes smart and burn or the movies blurr, your eyes aro out ot focus. It the letters run whllo you are reading or If you don't see all things clearly your eyes are out of focus. If your child la pale and nervous the chances are Us eyes are out ot focus. Buck & Rayner'a main store at Stato and Madison has an expert who will gladly examine your oyes with out cost or obligation and frankly tell you It you need to wear glasses or not. Those of our readers who are now wearing glasses are Invited to havo their oyes examined free and they will bo told It any Improvement can bo made. ThlB service Is entirely freo. Telephone Randolph 8321 EDMUND T. PERKINS M. Am. Boo. C. B. Tint National Dank Uldc, Chicago, MI. President and Chief Engineer Edmund T. Ferklne Engineering- Ce. I'reeldent American Reclamation federaUon WHERE TO EAT (Two Phones) Main 4711 Franklin 1822, Phone Auto 32-433 TRY IT NOW CORSIGLIA BROTHERS Famous Italian Restaurant Special 'attention to banquets and dinner parties on short notice. HOME COOKING. SPAGHETTI A SPECIALTY. "Good for Every Taste." Everything First Class. Fine Imported dnd Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars Selected Home Made Wine. ., 446-448 Orleans. Street 341-343-345 W. Illinois Street ' CHICAGO i Phones: Ccntrall 52lVAutomatlc 41630 Open Until I A. M. New Roma Italian Restaurant Second Floor, One Door South of Grand Opera House 117 North Clark Street Best Table D'Hote Dinner Including Wine 75 Cents Lunch 50 Cents I. Pellegrini. Mgr. FllfSMlP WHERE TO EAT Congress Hotel and Annex (tBtiflflHsfssHuW N. M. Kaufman PRESIDENT "LargestFloorSpace Devoted to Public Use of Any Hotel in the World. Michigan Boulevard and Congress Street Palmer House The Old Reliable European Plan Exclusively Our restaurant on parlor floor, for ladies and gentlemen, is perfection in every detail of cuisine and service. State and Monroe Streets Vesuvio Italian Restaurant 123 'NORTH CLARK STREET Second Floor Between the Palace and Cohan's Grand TABLE D'HOTE AND A LA CARTE SERVICE V Special Attention Is Given to Banquets and Dinner Parties on Short Notice HOME COOKING SPAGHETTI A SPECIALTY ' Lunch, 50 Cents Dinner, 75 Cents, Including Wine EDUARDO VITRONE, Manager Phone Central 4597 A?P.DBRUCHMAN Mnln D"xl" M Prima Gardens Operated by the Ricnzi Co. 626 DIVERSEY PARKWAY Corner Broadway and Clark Street Telephones Lake View III and 806 CHICAGO FRED. H. MARX Phone Central 4403 AUG. F. MARX Marx Beer Tunnel And RESTAURANT Sea Food a Specialty N. W. 00R. DEARBORN and MADISON STS. CHICAGO ITALIAN & GREEK PRODUCTS CO. EMILIO LONGHI. Prop. f . CH j VC bT1bMkbbbbb?)sbb LVttBMuM Uf fllvV 1 IftnBBh 1 I 4l , " ' WHERE? "All Over the Loop' Chas. Weegh man's LUNCH ROOMS LOOK FOR THEM The Standard (or Purity and Quality of Pood QUICK SERVICE Raklios Office and Commissary, 125-131 West Ohio Street Telephone Superior 8975-8976 LUNCH ROOMS No, 14)13 H. KKIIZIK AVE. Tel. Kedtlo B709 No. 3030 N. WKM.H HT. Tel. Superior 3054 No, B 147 N. CI.AKK HT. Tel. Ventral 1307 No, A 10 K. 22nd HT. Tel, Calumet 1205 No. 75 N. WKLI.H HT. Tel. Franklin 1081 No. 0330 H. CI.AHK HT. Tel. Wabaeh 6031 No. 103 N. CI.AKK HT. Tel, Central 7025 No. 11042 8. NTATK HT. Tel. Waba.li 724H No. 12142.4 W. VAN IIUltKN HT. Tel. Wabaeh S387 No. 14103 W. VAN IIUltKN HT. Tel. Wabaeh 8445 Ne. 15105 W. 1IAMHISON 8T. Tel. Wabaeh 224S No, 101301 H. MICHIGAN AVE. Tel. Calumet 0544 CHICAGO IMPORTERS and WHOLESALERS ITALIAN - GREEK - FRENCH - SPANISH A INES LIQUORS and GROCERIES Established I860 Phones Superior 2793 Superior 671 Auto 33327 Thomas J. Sauerman Restaurant (8l Buffet 548-550 N. CLARK ST Corner Ohio CHICAGO 15he Drexel Cafe Northeast Corner Cottage Grove Ave. and 39th St After Dinner DANCING for our Patrons AT OUR ANNEX Every Evening from 8:30 till 12:30. I- ' "J 1515-1520 W ABASH AVE. Tolephono Calumet I40S