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THE CHICAGO EAGLE
Electrical Material Company, Inc.
A. F. HENDERSON, President and Treasurer
SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
FOR
RAILWAYS, MINES, LIGHTING
POWER and INDUSTRIAL
PLANTS
PHONES, MAIN 376D-1-2-3
New Address, 158 West Lake Street
CHICAGO, U. S. A.
M
ack Tracks1
Are purchased and repurchased by truck
operators who have used other kinds of
trucks. They have found the sturdy Mack,
with its long life, superior design, and stal
wart construction cheaper to operate.
Your profits lie between the cost of operation
and the amount you get for the sale of your
services, or the value of the truck to you.
The selling price of your services is deter
mined by competition, so your profits can
only be increased by decreasing your operat
ing cost.
We stand ready to prove that the Mack truck
costs less. May we have the opportunity?
Phone us now for the proof.
Capacities from l1 to 7V2 Tons
"Performance Count"
Mack-International Motor Truck Corp.
Sales Room:
1808 S. Michigan Ave.
Phone Calumet 5411
Service Station:
2338 Indiana Ave.
Phone Calumet 5414
H. Moroni J. I. Giannoni, Proprietors
Phone Superior 1701
Try the
Cafe and Restaurant
FAMOUS FOR ITALIAN HOME COOKING
531 RUSH STREET, Corner of Grand Avenue, CHICAGO, ILL.
CONGRESS HOTEL and ANNEX
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S. R. KAUFMANN
President
CHICAGO'S
CONVENTION
HOME
MICHIGAN AVENUE at CONGRESS ST.
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The Restaurants of
reVoort
Motel
Invite Your Patronage
The primary purpose of Brevoort Hotel is to pro
vide the best possible accommodation for the trav
eling public. It is essential that the restaurant
service shall be of the very highest order and that
the prices shall be moderate. The net result is bet'
ter food, better served in a better environment,
than might reasonably be sought at the same mod
erate cost under other conditions. Permanent resi
dents of Chicago as well as visitors are invited to
take advantage of this at breakfast, luncheon, din
ner and late supper time.
Motet
MADISON ST.
EAST OF LA SALLE ST.
No hat checking annoyance.
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E. AT. MATHEWS
President and Gen. Mgr.
R. E. KELLIHER
Assistant Manager
ELECTIONS FOR
YEAR 1922
October 7 Last day to Hie petitions
with Secretary of State for State
Offices.
Last day to file petitions with Coun
ty Clerk for County Offices.
First day of General Registration.
October 13 Last day to file peti
tions with City Clerk for Associate
Judges Municipal Court.
Last day to withdraw from peti
tions filed with Secretary of State.
October 17 Second day of General
Registration.
October 18 and 19 Clerks canvass
precincts.
October 21 Revision of Registra
tion. October 25 Last day to withdraw
from petitions filed with County or
City Clerk.
November 7 State . and County
Election.
THE CITY COUNCIL
Elected 1921.
1 Michael Kenna Dem.
2 Louis B. Anderson Kep.
3 John H. Johntry Rep.
4 Timothy A. Hogan Dem
5 Joseph B. McDonough Dem. J
6 Charles Scribner Eaton ....Rep.'
7 Guy Guernsey Rep.
8 Ross A. Woodhull Dem.
9 Guy Madderom Rep.
10 James McNichols Dem.
11 Dennis A. Horan Dem.
12 Anton J. Cermak Dem.
13 Samuel O. Shaffer Rep.
14 George M. Maypole Dem.
15 Edward J. Kaindl Dem.
16 John Czekala Dem.
17 Thomas P. Devereux Rep.
18 John Touhy Dem.
19 John Powers Dem.
20 Henry Fick Dem.
21 Dorsey R. Crowe Dem.
22 Arthur F. Albert Rep.
23 Thomas O. Wallace Rep
24 Leo M. Brieske Nonp
25 E. I. Frankhauser Rep.
26 Charles G. Hendricks Rep.
27 Edward R. Armitage Rep.
28 Henry Schlegel Rep.
29 James F. Kovarik Dem.
30 William J. Lynch Dem.
31 Scott M. Hogan Rep.
32 Benjamin S. Wilson Rep.
33 John P. Garner Rep.
34 Joseph O. Kostner Dem
35 John S. Clark Dem
Holdover Members.
1 John J. Coughlin Dem
2 Robert R. Jackson Rep
3 Ulysses S. Schwartz Dem,
4 John A. Ri chert Dem
5 Robert J. Mulcahy Dem.
8 Martin S. Furman Dem.
9 Sheldon W. Govier Dem.
11 Leonard Rutkowski Dem
12 Joseph Cepak Dem.
13 John G. Home Dem
14 Joseph H. Smith Dem.
15 Oscar H. Olsen Rep
16 John A. Piotrowski Dem
17 S. S. Walkowiak Dem
18 M. F. Kavanagh Dem
19 James B. Bowler Dem.
20 Matt Franz Dem.
21 Charles J. Agnew Rep.
22 Leo C. Klein Dem.
23 Walter P. Steffen Rep,
24 John Haderlein Dem
25 Frank J. Link Rep,
26 Thomas R. Caspers Dem,
27 Christ A. Jensen Dem,
28 Max Adamowski Dem,
29 Thomas F. Byrne Dem
30 William R. O'Toole Dem.
31 Terence F. Moran Dem
32 John H. Lyle Rep,
33 A. O. Anderson Rep
34 John Toman Dem
A. E. Truxell, General Manager of
the big house of G. F. Redmond &
Company, 166 W. Jackson boulevard,
stands high with all who know him.
He is strong with the business world;
is one of the rising young men of
Chicago, and is the kind of man who
would make a good city treasurer.
Gustave A. Munch, highly respect
ed president of the American Develop
ing Company, who is popular with
everybody in public life, is a writer,
a ball player, a hunter, a fisherman
and a business man who always keeps
his word.
William J. Healy is growing in
strength as a Republican Candidate
for Mayor.
Andrew Cuneo, the leading fruit
merchant of Chicago, has always
been noted for his square dealing.
As a booster of Chicago he is always
busy and no man has more friends.
John M. Naghten, head of the big
real estate firm of John M. Naghten &
Company is one of the coming men of
Chicago. He is a booster for every
big enterprise that will help the city.
Mr. E. N. Mathews, the popular
president and general manager of the
Brevoort Hotel, is also Vice President
of the Chicago Hotel Men's Associa
tion. Mr. Mathews is a great hustler
for the betterment of Chicago and the
proper entertainment of its countless
army of visitors.
William C. Asay, the distinguished
Chicago lawyer and former Attorney
for the City and for the Sanitary Dis
trict, is frequently mentioned for judl
cial honors.
Colonel John J. Garrity, former
Chief of Police and Colonel of the
Second Infantry, has opened a bond
ing and insurance office at 154 W.
Randolph street. The many friends
of the Colonel wish him unbounded
success.
James J. McComb, the popular
Northwest Side Republican leader, is
often mentioned for City Treasurer.
Charles Krutckoff alwavs mado
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FRANK A. CASAZZA.
General Manager of the Well Known Casazza Brothers Tire Company Who
Are Erecting a Fine New Plant.
VACANT and unimproved property is a loss and a liability
BUILD ON IT
WE WILL FINANCE AND BUILD
a bungalow, a Dutch colonial, a two or three-flat or any type
or size building you want on lowest, best terms. We furnish
surety bond and you retain title to property at all times. If
you haven't your own plans, we will furnish them. Write for
information or see
MR. E. E. RICHARDSON
ROOM 1314 127 N. DEARBORN ST.
PHONES: HAYMARKET 546 MONROE 565
George N. Polales
RESTAURANTS
The Most Elaborate and Exclusive Places on the
Great West Side
932 W. Madison St. 1102 W. Madison St.
CHICAGO
John J. Garrity
BONDING and INSURANCE
Phone Franklin 1898
Room 352
154 West Randolph Street
CHICAGO
SHORT-MYNAUGH CONTRACTING CO.
MACHINERY MOVERS AND ERECTORS
Power Plants Erected Complete
Word done in
Any Part of the
United States
and Canada
Machinery of All Kinds Installed Structural
Steel, Engines, Boilers, Stokers, Smokesta ks,
Ice Machinery, Tanks, Pumps and Vaults Erect
ed Entire Plants Dismantled, Moved and Erect
ed Complete Ready for Testing
SHORT-MYNAUGH CONTRACTING CO.
Branch Offices: General Offices:
NewYork Philadelphia 26N.DesplainesSt.,CHICAGO,Tels.Mon.3260
810 Bellevue Ave., Detroit, Mich., Phone: Melrose 3645
The Credit Guide Coo
542 South Dearijorn St.. Corner of Harrison
A Mercantile Agency of forty years' standing.
Covering the Credit Status of Cook County in
its entirety.
We have facts and information in our card in
dex files concerning the financial standing habit
of pay and general reputation of more than two
million individual firms and corporations doing
business in Chicago and Cook County.
Fur further information call
Harrison 6155
IN
UHUNER&TR
Owning and Operating the Follow
ing High Class Theatres
BIOGRAPII THEATRE
2433 LINCOLN AVENUE
COVENT GARDEN THEATRE
2653 N. CLARK STREET
CRAWFORD THEATRE
19 S. CRAWFORD
ELLENTEE THEATRE
DEVON AND CLARK STREETS
KNICKERBOCKER THEATRE
6219 BROADWAY
LAKESIDE THEATRE
4730 SHERIDAN ROAD
LOGAN SQUARE THEATRE
2542 MILWAUKEE AVENUE
MADISON SQUARE THEATRE
4730 W. MADISON
MICHIGAN THEATRE
65TH AND MICHIGAN BLVD.
OAK PARK THEATRE
OAK PARK, ELL.
PANTHEON THEATRE
4624-42 SHERIDAN ROAD
PARAMOUNT THEATRE
Z-iS MILWAUKEE AVENUE
PERSHING THEATRE
4614-32 LINCOLN AVENUE
SENATE THEATRE
3128-48 W. MADISON STREET
VITAGRAPH THEATRE
3133 LINCOLN AVENUK
WEST END THEATRE
121 NORTH CICERO AVENUE
WILSON THEATRE
2408-18 W. MADISON STREET
Harry M. Lubliner & Joseph Trinz
801 to 806 Kimball Building
25 East Jackson Boulevard
TELEPHONES HARRISON
9581
9582
9583
9584
9583
MOVE
If you are moving out of the city or to or from any distant
city, we are prepared to do it for you at prices that you cannot
equal.
RED BALL TRANSIT CO.
1102 Century Bldg Adams and State Sts. Tel. Wabash 5437
We Move on Cash or Monthly Payments
THE PALMER HOUSE
With the thought of America's famed hotels there
springs to mind instantly the name of the Palmer
House as the one American Hotel which is known
from coast to coast for its years of meritorious service.
DINE AND DANCE AND BE
entertained in Chicago's famous
Palmer House Restaurant
Every evening from Main Restaurant,
six to eight p. m. Parlor Floor
No cover charge
THE PALMER HOUSE
State and Monroe Streets CHICAGO
Briggs House Cafe
Newly Remodeled
Open from 7 a. m. till 9 p. m.
Serve $1.00 Table d'Hote Dinner
Every Night from 6 to 9 p. m.
BRIGGS HOTEL COMPANY
Fred F. Hagel, Vice-President
W. H. Stunner, Secretary and General Manager
Northeast Corner of Randolph and Wells Streets
Chicago
CITTI BROTHERS
Expert Manufacturer of
Italian Salame, Mortadella, Salame Cotto Prosciutti
and all Kinds of Italian Sausages
"PI AVE BRAND"
Importers -Wholesale. Dealers -Select Foreign and
Domestic Food Products
Sole Distributors: FANFULLA BRAND OLIVE OIL
309-311 W. ILL1NI0S ST., CHICAGO TeL Franklin 2538
(NEW)
HOTEL GAULT
AHERN BROS.
RATES $1.50 UP
Tel. FRANKLIN 2300
Madison and Market Streets
CHICAGO
The Globe pays claims by telegraph.
The Globe pays claims on sight.
The Globe is over a quarter of a century old.
The Globe has the same management since it started.
The Globe average gain is about three and one-half
times greater than the average gain o the Life
Insurance Companies of the United States com
bined. The Globe Mutual Life Insurance Company
431 So. Dearborn Street
CHICAGO, ILL.
T.F.BARRY
President, General Manager and Founder
good public record. j J

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