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THE SUNDAY OREGON IAX PORTLAND; SEPTEMBER 1.7, 1905. 7
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE OREGOXIAN'S TELEPHONES.
Macagtar Editor Main
Skadar ''Editor Main
City Editor. Main
Society Editor Main
Sprlntendrnt Building Red
East Side Office East
SELA9CO THEATER (14th and Washing
ton) Matinee at 2:15 ajid tonight at 8:15,
BAKER THEATER (Third and Yamhill)
Matins at 2:15 and tonight at 8:15, the
Merrymakers Extravaganza Company.
EMPIRE THEATER 12th and Morrison")
Matins at 2:15 and tonight at 8:15, "Fabio
GRAND THEATER (Park and Washington)
-Continuous vaudeville. 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
STAR THEATER ( Park nnd Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30, 7:30, 8 P, M.
THE OAKS" on the O. W. P. & Ry. Ce.'s
lln From A. M. to 1 P. M.
Grand-Avenue Trestle Settles. Tho
south end of the trestle of the Portland
Consplid&tod Railway -Company, on Grand
axenue. betwene Stark and Oak streets,
pave way yesterday morning and settled
whore k OH had been started. For about
7 feet the npports of the double tracks
were carried down by the pressure .of the
earth on the timbers", which had been
weakened by the recent lire. Also part of
the elevated roadway In front of the
building on Grand avenue and East Stark
street was carried down. The collapse
of the trestle happened when no passen
pcr cars were passing, or a serious acci
dent might have resulted. Because of the
accident to the trestle the Montavilla and
Kast Twenty-eighth-street cars cross the
BurnoMe bridge to the "West Side. The
ptret-car company will continue to fill up
Jt portion of Grand avenue, making a
raltd embankment under Its double tracks,
and the dump earn began filling at the
north end of the ravine.
Politics in Milwaukie. Although the
city election at Milwaukie does not take
place until the first Monday in December,
there Is a quiet movement in the "Re
form" element and the "Regulars," and
randidate!i are being mentioned as possi
ble. There will likely be two tickets, and a
warm light between these two factions.
The "Regulars" represent the present city
government and Its policy nnd the "Re
formers" the opposition. Following may
be the "Reform" ticket: Mayor, Rev. F.
M. Fisher or B. M. Fisch: Recordor, Mrs.
J. L. Johnson; Marshal, Fred W. Berka
rartr; Troasurer, Mrs. O. J. Roberts;
Councllmen, T. R. A. Sellwood, H. H.
Mullen. Ben Irwin, Fred Carlson. The
"Rogular" ticket Is figured out nearly ast
follows: Mayor, Councilman Philip Strcib,
Mayor William Schlndlor or F. A. Bal
lard; Recorder, R. Coopor; Marshal, J. A.
Dowtlng; Councllmen, Arthur "Webster.
John Kolso, Alexander Flatland, L S.
Talking Machine Free. The 525 talk
ing machines to be given to all old and
new subscribers to The Dally and Sunday
Oregonian have attracted a great deal
of attention throughout the Pacific
Northwest. These machines are given to
all old or new subscribers who agree to
subscribe for 12 months and to purchase
52 worth of records when tho machine Is
delivered to them, and at least one record
each week thereafter for S3 weeks. These
record? must be purchased from the
Biters Piano House, and are sold at the
rac price by all dealers. When the
terms of the contract have been com-'
pteted the subscriber will be given a bill
of sale for the machine. The machines
arc on exhibition at tho Ellen; Piano
House, where recitals are gU'en dally.
Come and hear the machine. All arc
THH NSWILL RtVBRVIEW A.CADEMT,
in commencing its second year on Thurs
day, September 21, offors unusual advan
tages to the boys of the Northwest. A
regular Army officer Is In charge of the
military department. Mr. George Mac
Mlllan. of Multnomah fame, renowned on
the Pacific Coast for successful coaching,
take care of the athletics. Mr. Barry
Eautham. recently of the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, and a scientist of
considerable reputation in Portland, takes
charge of the mathematics and science.
The buildings have been repainted and
papered and everything Is In readiness lor
a successful term. The "S" car passes the
doors of the acadomy at 910-948 Corbctt
street. Write for catalogue to Arthur C.
Newlll, principal and proprietor.
Entertains Mm Eastern People.
Councilman Philip Strcib, of Milwaukie,
formerly a business man of Portland, has
thrown open his beautiful home and
grounda In Milwaukie, and has constantly
entertained Eastern friends since the
Exposition opened. This week there was
a considerable party from Ohio at his
home, who were amazed to find In Mr.
Strelh's garden corn that was even su
perior to that produced In Ohio. Yoster.
day Philip Lober. from whom Mr. Strcib
parted 24 years ago In Germany, walked
In on him. much to their mutual delight.
Mr. Strelb expects to contlnluc to be a
host until the close of the Exposition.
Board of Trade House-warming.
At the meeting of the Board of Trade
upon the first Tuesday in October, busi
ness matters will be disposed of as quick
ly as poostblc, and the remainder of the
meeting devoted to a smoker and social
meeting. The occasion will be In the way
of a "house-warming" for the new quar
ters of the board In the Chamber of Com
merce building. An effort has been made
to secure a more hearty Interest in the
work of the organization on the part of
the members and an effort will be made
to have a record-breaking attendance at
Dkath of Colonel Tucker's Son. A
private letter received here yesterday from
Manila brings news of tho death of
George, son of Colonel and Mrs. William
F. Tuckor. August 6, following an opera
tion for appendicitis. The remains will
be brought back for interment. Colonel
Tucker was stationed in Portland several
years as paymaster of the Department of
the Columbia, and went to Manila about
a year ago as paymaster of the Philip
pines division. Many there are In Port
land who will sympathize with the
parents In their loss.
Law School Opens September IS. Tho
coming session of the law department of
the University of Oregon will open Mon
day. October IS. All lectures are deliv
ered at 7:15 P. M.t in the Chamber of
Commerce building, Portland. Lectures
In the Junior year are on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays. For catalogue
address C. 17. Gantenbcln. dean, 723
Chamber of Commerce building, Port
land. Judge William6 to Deliver Address.
The opening address of the law school
of the University of Oregon will be de
livered by Hon. George H. Williams,
Monday. Soptcmber IS, at S o'clock P. M.,
In the Courthouse, department No. 2. The
:ubject will be "The Abolition of Jury
Trials." All students and graduates of
the law school and the members of the
bar generally are Invited to attend.
St. Helens Hall school term begins
Monday, September 18. Corps of teachers,
location, building, equipment the best.
Normal kindergarten training, class In
t-onnectlon with academic department.
Music, art, elocution. In charge of special,
lsts. Illustrated catalogue on application.
Z. M. Parvin, Mus. Doc, teacher of
voice culture, singing, piano and har
mony, etc.. will resume lessons to private
lass. Mondays September 18 and 25. Stu
d o, 3294 Mill street 'Phone 5944. Dr.
Parvin Is an. experienced teacher.
German Literature Wanted at Sea
men's Institute. 100 North Front street,
to put on German ships going to sea.
Ring up H. Tcrneyhaugh, Main 1377.
For Sale. At sacrifice, 31 tables, 74
chairs, 28 stools and 333 yards carpet; all
practically new. Telephone Fair 117.
Dr. Mrs. M. B. Hickbt has returned
from her vacation and will be found at
her chair, as usual.
Dr. H. A. Studevant, rooms 211-12
Falling. 3d and Wash. Phone Main 2029.
The Caluuet. Restaurant. 149 Seventh.
Fine luncheon, 33c; dinner, JOci 4
In Memort of Commander Blackmar.
-Memorial exercises were held last night
In memory of the late Commander Black
mar, of the G. A. R., under the auspices
of Sumncr-Women's Relief Corps No. 12.
G. A. R.. In Oddfellows' Hall on Grand
avenue and East Pine street Sumner
Post, G. A. R., adjourned after a short :
business session and the members attend
ed the memorial. Mrs. Minerva A. Pierce,
president presided. G. A. Prentiss, of
Sumner Post gave a biographical sketch
of the late National commander and
showed that he had a distinguished record
for bravery and devotion to duty. There
were other short talks and appropriate
Checks Dangerous Fire. Fire broke
out yesterday forenoon on the roof of the
machinery warehouse of 'J. M. Arthur &
Co., on East Taylor, between East Water
and First streets, but was extinguished
by the prompt action of the Flro Depart
ment before It spread. Only the roof was
damaged. It was necessary to chop Into
the roof to reach the fire. The damage
was about 1250. It was caused by sparks
from the engine of the plledrlver at work
on the roadway on East Taylor street
Two alarms were sounded, one from the
Standard Oil Company Works .and the
second was accidentally sent In.
Must Get Rights of Wat. Councllmen
A. G. Rushlight, A. N. WIUs and Dan
Kellahcr have been appointed by the
street committee to get rights of way for
the big Brooklyn sewer conduit from the
river eastward. The main conduit at the
mouth will be about nine fqet in diameter
and will run to about East Sixteenth
street where it divides Into three
branches. How soon work on the sewer
can be started will depend on how soon
the rights of way are secured, but tho
Ladd tract has heretofore obstructed this
Work on Madison Bridge Slow.
Work on the redecklng of Madison bridge
proceeds very slowly, only a small por
tion of the west end span having been
paved. The new deck is to be paved with
wood blocks, and so far they are ' being
laid down on. the hare floor 4wIthout tar,
asphalt or any preservative. The lower
plank on which the block pavement will
rest has been put down nearly across, but
the paving has hardly started. Repairs
do not interfere with the street-cars or
Cow Tries to Gore J. W. Bkcker.
While returning to his home last evening
on Tenlno street, Sellwood, J. W. Becker
was suddenly confronted by a vicious cow,
which was standing in the pathway along
which Mr. Beckor had to pass. Whon he
tried to slip by, the cow attacked him
suddenly and hooked him In the side.
Becker was thrown some distance, partly
under a fence, which enabled him to es
cape the further attacks of the animal.
Mr. Becker was only slightly bruised.
Milwaukie Gets Citt Hall Site.
Councilman Philip Strcib, chairman of the
committee on public property, of the Mil
waukie Council, has secured an option on
a building site 100x100 cast of the school
house for 250, on which to put up a city
hall and fire quarters. At tho last meet
ing of the Council Mr. Strelb was author
ized to select a site for this building, and
he has performed his part The ground Is
reasonably central and the price Is con
Chief's Stringent Order. Acting
Chief of Police Gritzmacher yesterday Is
sued an order threatening to "fire" every
policeman on the force unless they imme
diately arrest and convict disorderly men
who are supposed to be living from the
earnings of women. The Acting Chief
fcays he has been told by private citizens
that hordes of Just such men roam the
Saved From Gas Asphtxiation. Mar
tin Donaldson and two Swedes were saved
from death by gas asphyxiation at an
oarly hour yesterday morning, at Second
and Bumslde streot by the timely arrival
of Policeman Goltz. The gas was leaking
in the saloon below the rooms occupied
by the men. nnd almost overcame themt
when the police were notified.
Woman Arrested for E.ARCENT.
Mabel Box, colored, charged with larceny
from John Smith, at S3 North Fifth-street,
was arrested by Patrolman Burk last
night Bertie Sanders and 'Hattie Carter,
her companions, were locked Up on charge
of vagrancy, but were later, released on
ball being furnished for their appearance
Train Is Delated. A switch engine
was derailed yesterday morning on the
main track on East First street botween
the Southern Pacific dock and East
Washington street, and the second section
of the monring train for San Francisco
was held up two hours until a wrecking
crew cleared the track.
Winter Season of 1903 now open. I
am ready to show the latest Importations
of French pattern hats, and novoltles In
plumage, which has never been shown
on the Coast before. See display In
windows. Miss A. S. Jorgenscn, 400 Wash
Bor III With Rheumatism. Frank
Christiansen, a lC-year-old boy suffering
from rheumatism and unable to walk, was
taken to police headquarters last night,
and will be kept there until his parents
can be found. Christiansen is from Castle
Death of Thomab Frost. Thomas B.
Frost, the 20-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
B. G. Frost who live at S60 East Tenth
street, died Friday. The funeral will take
place this afternoon from Dunnlng's un
dertaking chapel,. 414 East Alder street
Death of Miss Ida Akins. Miss Ida
Aklns died Friday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Bullard. Estacada. She was 21
years and S months old. She Is survived
bj her parents. The funeral took place
Saturday, Rev. Mr. Stubbs officiating.
For San Francisco the elegant steamer
W. H. Kruger sails direct Monday, Jjept
18. at ? P. First cabin passage, 512.
Meals and' berth included. C. H. Thomp
son, agent 12S Third street
Sundat Boats to Oregon City leave
Taylor street 8:30, 11:30 A. M... 3:30 P. M.
Leave Oregon City 10 A. JL, 1:30, 5:30 P.
M. Round trip, 25c.
Traveling Salesman wants to change
position Oct 15. A-l ref. S 24, Oregonian.
C. C. Newcastle, dentist 412 Mohawk bk.
Portland Hardware Co., 135 First St
A FINE WATCH DOG
Guarantees safety. Our watches and clocks guaran
tee correct time. We stand back of .every timepiece
we sell and for that reason we can't afford to offer
you anything that Is not reliable. If it. fails to. do Its
duty to keep accurate time, .we will replace It That's
GOOD "WATCHES at Jl 2.56. S3.60. $4.00, $5.03 and up.-AjCracker.Jack at
$16.30, and sgme very swell onos at higher prices. Thin models are' the
Clocks for Everybody
Mantel Clocks, Kitchen Clocks, Be3room
Clocks. Alarm Clocks, Traveling Clocks, Cuckoo
Clocks. Office Clocks, Grandfather Clocks. Wev
got them at all prices from 51.06 up. Every one
warranted. See us before you buy.
JAEGER BROS. JESr
290 Merrlson St., Near Fifth
The .Heard Suction Eyeglass
A boon to a long-suffering, vision
This new eyeglass will fit-any nose,
is comfortable, convenient, simple,
durable and the most economical. "We
guarantee to replace any one of them
within two years with an entirely new
mounting, in case of breakage.
Exclusively controlled by
2S4 WaahlBjctoa Street,
BetirecH Fourth and Fifth.
The Unanimous Verdict of All Who Wear
the Peerless j
KRYPTOK "INVISIBLE" BI-FOCALS I
a al t t r i izr izrr
VYAL. 1 trv ILLU optician
133 SIXTH STREET OREGONIAN BUILDING ..-
DR. TV. A. WISE.
We o crown and fcrlfigework without pain.
Our 38 years experlefc.- ta plat work
enables us to fit your mouth eorotortablr.
Dr. W. A. WUo baa found a tar war Is
extract teeth abtolutel without pain. Or.
T. P. Wle Is an expert, at sold CIHnj
and crown nd brldgework. Extracting tree
when pistes or bridges ara ordered.
WISE BROS., Dentists
Falling Building, cor. Third and "Wash. St.
Open cvenlnra tUl 0 o'clock. Eundaya Xroza
8 to 12. Or "Main 2029.
F. E. Beach &. Co., the Pioneer Paint I
Co.. agents for Berry Broa.' varnlhe?, !
Senour's floor paint, Jap-a-Lae, window j
glass and glazldg. 12S First street. '
Suxdat Boats to Orogon City, leave '
Taylor stret"S:30. 11:30 A. M.. 3:39 P. M.
Leave Oregon City 10 A. ii., r.
M. Round trip. 2Sc "
Miss Helen Barstow has resumed vo
cal Instruction; itudlo 707 E. BurnsJde.
M, M. Cowley, a banker and pioneer of
Spokane. Is spending a few days at the
Lewis and Clark Exposition.
I A. Loomls. the founder of the stage
line between llwaco and North Beach,
and builder of the railway between those
points. Is In the city visiting the Fair.
TVJ. Cuddy, editor of the Weekly Ore
gonian, was operated on for' appendicitis
yesterday at the Mt. Tabor Sanitarium.
His condition last night was reported fa
vorable. Rev. Hiram Vrooman. of Boston. Mass.,
a minister of the New Jerusalem Church.
Is visiting In the city, and will occupy
the pulpit of that church this morning In
the Mulkcy building.
Capfaln Frederick Bollcs. for many
years commodore of the O. R. & N. Co.'s
steamship line to San Francisco, Is In the
city, with Mrs. Bolles. , visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stevens.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Evans, qf Canby,
Or., announce the marriage of their
daughter, Emma Florence, to Herman
E. Burgoyne, of Boise. Idaho, to be
solemnized at Portland, Wednesday, Sep
Oswald Garrison Villard, son of the late
Henry Villard, who has been a guest at
the Hotel Portland for several days, re
turned to his home in New York City yes
terday. Mr. Villard was recently married
in the East, himself and bride coming to
tho Fair on their wedding trip.
VICTORIA, B. C. Sept. 16.-R. Marpole,
general superintendent of the 'pacific dl
vlslon of the Canadian Pacific Railroad,
was married here this evening to Anna
IsMibel, eldest daughter of Colonel J. G.
Holmes, D. 0; C, military district No. ,11.
The weddlnc which waj nrlvat tnnV
place at the residence of the bride's par- '
cnts. Rev. W. Leslie Clay being the offi
CHICAGO. SepL 16. (Speciai.-Orcgon-lans
reglntered today as follows:
From Portland W. B. London, at the
Auditorium Annex; D. Goodwill, at the
Palmer House; F. -Brown, at the Sherman
Hou: W. R. Healcs, C. F. Caulfleld at
the Grace. '
From Salem J. A. Mill?, at the Majestic
WHERE 10 DINE.
AH tho delicacies of the season at
the Portland Restaurant, fine, private
apartments for parties. Open all night.
305 Washington, near Fifth.
When In Seattle. "The Rathskeller."
a hign-class place to eat. Sea rood;
Eastern meats. Large orchestra dally.
Administration Restaurant. Fair grounds,
50c dinner served contlnuously from 11 a!
M. to S P. M. Also quick lunches.
Try a French dinner at the Omaha Res
taurant. 6S Sixth street. Price 50c.
The Manhattan Buffet -Restaurant, 63
6th st., near Oak, serves a genuine eight
course French dinner, from 5 to 8:30 P.M.
Finest chicken dinner. 192 3d St.
Genuine French dinner, with wine, 50c.
at 93 Fifth street, near Stark.
The finest product of. the scappcrnong.
the native North Carolina grapes A de
licious, refreshing white wine. Moderate
ly sweet a ladles' wine. W. J. Van
Schuyver & Co.. Inc.. distributors.
SEWED SOLES, 75 CENTS.
Goodyear machine. Better than hand
work. Beat material used.. .Sch wind." &
Bauer. 263 TambJIl. between Third and
Concession Is Attached.
L. L. Langley. acting for the .Seattle
Clothes Don't Make the Man
BUT THEY OFTEN MAKE x
OR MAR HIS PLEASURE
Every man owes it to himself
and to his business to wear
clothes-that look well, that are
just right, and yet dress
within his means.
Every garment we sell exactly repre
sents an original custom-made model.
Prices are moderate.
Suits at $15.00 to $20.00
Suits at $22.50 to $25.00
Raincoats agd Overcoats $15 to $30
Famous Clothing Co.
MORRISON AND SECOND STREETS
Our Suits and
they were selected expressly
for that purpose to satisfy.
The styles satisfy because
they 'are exclusive custom
models, designed by exclusive
The wearing qualities sat
isfy because only the highest
grade materials were accepted
and only master - workmen
employed in their tailoring.
The fit satisfies everybody
because we carry all special
measurements stouts, slims
and extra large sizes.
The iprices satisfy because
they represent the greatest
and best values in fine cloth
ing to be had in the city of
Men's Sirits - $10 to $35
Overcoats - - $10 to $55
Cravenettes - $10 to $35
Shopping by mail is solicited. We will
mail on request samples, together with
self-measurements. Address all orders
to "Mail Order Department"
We carry a . very
fine line of Full
Dress Suits, and
Toggery for for
iiWT gwwiriiiiiwi iiiii mi 1 1 11 111 1 1111 unit
T 111 MMIfl iMllWliirMrifciil WIMrM di 11 mm
The Greatest Clothing House in tho Northwest.
Brewing & Malting Company; In the mat
ter of a claim for 51100. yesterday besan
an attachment suit In the, State Circuit
Court against Gaston A-kQtln and the
Oriental Exhibit z Concession Cojnpariy,
dolns business at the Exposition, to re
cover for goods sold.
TAVERN'S SUNDAY MEALS
Today Is Sunday: of course you know.
&nd you ought also to know that the
place" to take your Sunday meals Is the
Tavern. Finest and most unique grill
and cafe on the Pacific Coast. Most ele
gant service and cuisine west of New
York. Grand orchestral concerts by Thlel
horns orchestra at luncheon, dlnnct- and
after-theater supper. Our crawllsh and
other special dishes are world-famed.
Opposite the Oregonian bulludlng. Ladles'
grill at SCO Alder street.
CLAREM0NT TAVERN. -
Is without doubt the finest roadhouse
In the West. Old-fashioned Maryland
chicken, with corn fritters and cream
gravy Is one of the many good things Jo
be had. Running dally an automobile
carrying twelve passengers will leave the
Oregon Hotel, stopping at the Portland.
Imperial and Perkins; "hotels, at 2. 4. 6, 8
and 10 P M.. making a beautiful ride of
It miles (round trip) for 51. Launches
may be had at MerrH's boathouse, foot
of Morrison street, which land at Clare
BY THE HUNDRED
are held by our graduates all over the Pacific Northwest. Calls for
of fice help" pour in daily; from 3 to 6 being tlte average. Quality
counts; reputation means something. It pays to attend our school.
It Will Cost Nothing
to examine into the advantages we offer. You can make compari
sons ; we can hardly do so. Visit our school, if possible. If not, send
someone in your place. Seeing is believing. We know we have the
best, hence "our urgent invitation to call. Investigate critically
our school will bear it. Open all the year. Catalogue, pen
work, business forms, .gjtc, free. Call, telephone or write,
PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE
Park and Washington Streets
A. P. Armstrong, LL.B., Principal
Not All in a Name
Some competltpr Is making rather
frantic but seemingly unsuccessful ef
forts to sell a few "Meyer" pianos,
which proves again that a gooname
alone won't do If the stuff Isn't there.
Or is it done only to .discredit, the A.
W. Meyer piano, one of the '-highest
grades of pianos ever nut on the mar
ket which wIU be here In a fpw days,
and which" fact was announced several
months ago. Or Is it used as a. bait to
draw the people to the store and then
switch the unsuspecting- customer onto
one of their so-called 5500 pianos, which
for various reasons are old for $350
and more, and which were offered to
me by the manufacturer foj- less than
$125? Jut call on iqc examine my
pianos, get my prices and oou will
realize that It Is a mighty; hard' propo
sition for some houses to compete In
a legitimate way, which may explain
some of their tactics. .A. W. Meyer, 74
Sixth street, near Oak., .
We have several thousand as
sorted story books for the chil
dren which can be had for the
We.also have High-Grade
Which we are selling cheap.
We do tuning and-repair work,
also rc finishing armoderate
DUNDORE P1AN0; CO.
233 WASHINGTON -STREET
gchwab Printing Co.
XltT ffOXK. X XJ SOKJM X Z PRICES
A School for
Thirty Teacher Forty Different Subjects.
Fall Term Beslns 32raday, Sept. 25, 1903.
St. Mary's Academy
THE DALLES, OREGON
Boarding school for girls. Forty-second
year opens September o. 1903. Remarkable
record for health and successful educa
tional work. Finely equipped building, ex
tensive lawns. Full courses In English,
music, art and languages.
Architectural Drawing v -,
Bookkeeping- (Expert Accounting-)
ni.mUlrv - ....
'Civil Service Classes (per month)
English u ram mar . ... -
Freehand Drawloe -
Machine Design i
Mining Methods and Machinery......
Readlnr and Spelling
Spanish ' f
Steam Engineering :
Cannon H III, Spokane, Wash.
Incorporated boarding and day school for
boys above age oC eight. New buildings on
elevation near city. Dry and Invigorating'
Atmosphere especially beneficial to those
from Coast region. Teachers college gradu
ates. Careful supervision and preparation
for college or business. Address
EDGAR F. STRONG. rRINClPAX.
THE MISSES' RODNEY
Lessons In English. French, piano, vocal
riustc (German method). hlstorj-.-JJterature.
history of art.
No. 123 X. 22d Street,
Workmgboys Night School
Students showing proficiency are assisted
in finding, perltldns. :
Educational, membership. ..i. $ 3.00 per year
Full membership. .. .t 1 2.00 -pe,r year
Call at -Association Building, cor, 4th and
Tamblll.its., for. particulars.
"VTe are the discovers and origin,
era of. the only reliable "and sclentlfli.
system of Painless Dentistry. We ex-'-tract,
crown, fill and clean or treat
tooth absolutely without pain and guar-
antee all work, for 15 years. Our work
Is tho best, our prices the lowest con
sistent with nrst-clase work. EXAM
INATION' FREE. Our plates are unde
tectable from tho natural teeth and.
are guaranteed to fit.
FILLINGS BOcy 75c sai Sl.'OOJ
GOLD CROWNS 3,0
BRIDGE WORK ....WT.OO
FULL SET NATURAL TEETH. . .$5.66
Open for btaafaess until o'clock
eve a 1b gr.
Boston Painless .Dentists
Jttltt MorrlaOK S.t Opp. Meier Fnuk
HOURS 8:30 A. Jl. to 9 P. M. Shia
day, 8:30 A. M. to 12:30 P. M.
HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES Complete
tock. moderate prices'. Mall orders Mltclted.
Catalogue free. WOODAKD,- CLAK&g A