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THE MOHNING OBEGOOTAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, ISM.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Coustl-sg-Xe-ea ... . i.Kain 607
MKMriBtr X4tttr Main .630
Sunday XdJter .Main 638
City Jtaiter , Main 190
Compos! n Er-Reem Main 6S5
Euperinteaseat Building Kei 2826
EastWde OAce East 61
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER (Morrison
street, between 6th and 7th) Tonight at
8:15 o'clock, "Belshaaxar."
CORD RAT'S THEATER (Park and Washing
ton Toalcht at 8:15. "Fritz and Snitz."
COLUMBIA THEATER (Fourteenth and Wash
ington) -Tonight at 8:15. 'The Girl I Left
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
BAKER THEATER (Third and Yamhill)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 4, 7:30 to 10
ARCADE THEATER (Seventh and 'Washington)-
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30 to
100 P. M.
BIJOU THEATER (Sixth, near Alder) Con
tinuous vaudeville from 2 to 10:30 P. M.
LTRIC THEATER (corner Alder and Sev-
enth) Continuous vaudeville from 2 to 10
P. M. .
Woman's Home Missiohakt Society.
The "Woman's Home Missionary Society
of the Methodist church, Oregon Confer
ence, will hold Its first quarterly meet
ing at Central M. E. Church Alblna, on
Thursday. This will be an all-day meet
ing, presided over by Mrs. D. L. Rader.
The morning session which opens at 10
o'clock will be occupied with reports of of
ficers nd general business. At noon a
basket lunch will be served.' The after
noon session opens at 1:30 o'clock when
an Interesting programme will be pre
sented Including an address by Kev.
T. -u. ITord on "Public Office a Public
Trust;" a. "solo by Miss Anna Rankin,
and a reading by Christine Nllsson Mor
gan, entitled 'The Cry of the Children."
All pastors of Methodist churches and
others interested In the work are In
vite to attend. This society has grown
greatly In numbers and Interest during
the past year, and reports will show
large increase In Its work.
To Facilitate East Side Travel.
"Work was commenced yesterday after
noon by the street-car company on a cross
over track on East Burnslde street to help
the transfer cars In handling the extra
business caused by the closing of the
Morrison-street bridge. The cross track
will, be put in on Bast Burnslde street
between Union avenue and Third street,
which will enable the transfer cars to
run clear through from the bridge to
Grand Avenue, thus doing away with
the present necessity of walking for a
block or more between the East Side and
the transfer cars. The work will be com
pleted In a couple of days, when the'jex
tendon In the service will be made at
B. F. Stahl Dies at Hospital. B. F.
Stahl, who was seriously Injured on a
gasoline launch last Saturday died yes
terday morning at S o'clock at St Vin
cent's hospital. The deceased was 63 years
of age. Police Officer G. Roberts and Spe
cial Officer Jack Roberts are his stepsons.
No arrangements have been made yet for
the funeral. At the time of the accident,
Mr. Stahl was thrown against a cog
wheel on the launch, his clothing be
came caught in the machinery and all the
flesh was torn from, his right leg from
the hip downward.
Thieves Steal Diamonds. Thieves en
tered the apartments of Mrs. D. H. Bur
rows, who rooms at 2C Second street,
sometime last evening between 6:30 and 7
o'clock, and stole several bracelets of
value, a diamond ring and other jewelry.
Mrs. Burrows was at supper at the time,
not being absent from her apartments for
more than half an hour, and the theft is
considered by the police to be a very bold
one. The matter was at once reported to
Police Headquarters, and Captain Moore
detailed Petectives Snow and Kerrigan
on the case.
Will Tbt to Get Transports. Senator
CK&rles W. Fulton has written to the j
Chamber of Commerce In answer to the
request from that body that he would use
his Influence in gaining the shipment of :
the Vancouver troops from Portland,
wtn they are sent to the Philippines.
Ji states that he will do all In bis power
to secure the shipment from Portland di
rect and that he will take the question
up personally with the War Department
as soon as he returns to Washington,
which will be in a few days.
Preparations For National Grange.
Indications continue to point to a large
attendance at the National Grange Con
vention which begins the middle of this"
month and lasts for 10 days. Frank Lee,
chairman of the hote committee, is hard
at work arranging hotel accommodations
for all the guests. When the special
train from Chicago pulls Into the city on
the evening of November 15 the delegates
will find that their comforts has been
arranged for, land all other visitors will
have jthe same experience.
In Jail as a Serious Charge. Henry
McGIoin, charged with committing a
vicious assault on George Pattage, was
arrested yesterday morning and thrown
in the City Jail. While McGIoin is being
held on the assault charge, it is possible
that a far more serious charge will be
entered against him. Detectives are now
investigating his record. The last time
McGIoin was In the City Jail it was un
dergoing repairs and he escaped from the
"cold storage" sell.
Make Jail More Secure. The roof of
the Courthouse has been repaired and
painted and the new oil heating plant is
now In operation and Is working success
fully. The new heating plant does away
with the unsightly piles of slabwood on
the Fifth-street side of the building. The
jail where the recent break occurred has
been repaired, and workmen are engaged
making the doors of the old corrjdors
more secure to prevent escapes In future.
Seamen's Concert. A concert will be
given at the Seamen's Institute on Wed
nesday, November 9 at 8 P. M. under the
direction of Miss E. M. Lanyon. The
programme will Include vocal rolos by
Mlsa Finley, Miss Connolly, G. Hodsden,
J. Kilpack, and A. P. Johnson, recitations
by Miss Forsyth, piano solo by Miss
Carlisle and violin, MUs GIIL
W. C Bristol
Has Removed From 314 Worcester
to 401 Fentok Building,
to Continue , the
General Practice of Law.
'Phone Main 1S7.
ELECTION' AT CLINTON KELLY SCHOOL.
As a lesson in civil government an elec
tion was held In three rooms of the Clin
ton Kelly school yesterday with the fol
lowing result: Total vote. 102; Republi
can, ST; Democratis, 6: People's, 2; So
cialist, 3; Prohibition. 96; against 6.
The magnificent tone waves produced
by the chorus, assisted by the "Packard"
' Organ and the Hardman Piano. In con
nection with the orchestra Tuesday eve-
nmg aurmg tne rendition of "Belshazzar '
was a surprise to the large audience
which filled the Marquam Grand.
Improved Order or Red Men. All
members of the order are urgently re
quested to be present at Wigwam. 170
Second street, tonight A class adoption
of 70 palefaces will take place, under
the auspices of the combined tribes. Corn
and venison served.
Special meeting Spanish-American War
Veterans, Wednesday evening, Nov". 9, at
.Harrington-Hampton Camp. Hall 162
Second street AH comrades invited,
whether members of camp or not. Im
The Bird's Christmas Carol," fol
lowed by dancing will be presented by the
young people of the Unitarian church on
Friday evening, November 11 at SOS. Par
sons rial l. Admission 60c, children 25c
Steamer Pedondo sails lor San Francis
co; cabin $12.00. steerage S&.00. good ac
comwoAations. Thompson Ticket Office,
IX Tnira street
-Japaxsss embroidered linens and latest
orKje. Mrs. Frehas, Parlor C Port'
Wmrb'i srwitvJtaiperlumt 7th-Mor.
Tim &Ls;?ensry tcr "worthy poor. Toea..
Thurs., Sat., IF. E St. Vincent's Bosp.
Dk. Skiff has returned. Over Steln
bacb'e, Fourth and Morrison.
C. C Newcastle, dentist. Mohawk bids.
BELIEVE irSJCY DT W01B.
.Members of Municipal . Association
Stand by Sheriff.
Firm In their belief In Sheriff Word's
integrity, the members of the Municipal
Association laugh at Councilman Zimmer
man's indirect charges of graft In connec
tion with the Chinese gamblers.
The executive board of the association
held a meeting yesterday morning after
the members has read Mr. Zimmerman's
statement !h The Oregonlan. But official
ly the association took no action.
"We thought that as the statement
came from Mr. Zimmerman himself and
as his position was so well known It would
not be taken seriously by anyone," said
Miller Murdoch1, the attorney of the asso
ciation, after the meeting.
John Bain, the secretary of the associa
tion, made the following written state
ment: "Mr. Zimmerman's record as an avowed
advocate of an open town is a sufficient
comment on his criticism of the Sheriff.
Mr. Word Is quite capable of defending
himself, and when he has completed the
work which he has undertaken there will
be no need of anyone speaking on his be
halfall law-abiding citizens will appre
ciate his services at their true value.
"Meanwhile the members of the execu
tive board of the Municipal Association
hare every confidence in his integrity and
the honesty of his purpose, while feeling
that the insinuations of Mr. Zimmerman
are on his part an expression of bad
taste and worse politics.
"The kernel of his statements Is with
out doubt contained in the remark 'All
this talk by the so-called reformers is
simply a farce, and whether sincere or
not has now, as always, proved a rank J
failure.' Without question the wish Is
father to the thought but if Mr. .Zimmer
man knows anything, he knows that he
has far overshot the mark, and if" he doee
not know the force that is behind the pre
sent movement he may probably learn
more of it in the future.
"The story as to the Chinese games is
based on a flimsy foundation, but If Mr.
Zimmerman or anyone else has any facts
which will lead to the conviction of any
one as to receiving graft this association
will be glad to get them, and will heartily
aid in prosecuting the offenders."
Sheriff Word declares that he will con
tinue his present policy.
SUSPECTS ARE AEEESTED.
Detectives Say They Have Men Who
Three suspects were arrested yesterday
afternoon by Detectives Kerrigan and
Snow, who declare that the men are the
ones who held up McCarty's saloon, at
-'i AiDina avenue, last Saturday night
and at the point of the pistol compelled
uartenaer Clark to unlock the safe and
open the cash register, from which they
obtained a little over 330.
One of the men, Henry McGIoin, aged
19 years, was arrested for an assault and
evidence which came to the hands of the
detective's after his arrest warranted
them In holding him for the greater crime
and led to the arrest of "the other two
men, Frank James, an Australian, aged
McGIoin has a local criminal record.
having been arrested in days gone by for
ourgiary and arson. He has served
sentence In the Reformatory. The other
two men are not known to the police, and
are newcomers in the city. It Is thought
mat orcada has a previous criminal
record, and the matter Is being investi
Monday night the detectives were ao-
pnsea or the lact that two of the hold
up men were locked In a car of tea
standing in" the railway yards. An Inves
tigation was made, but nothing came of
It the men not being found. After Mc
GIoin was arrested for assault it was de-
crmlned that ho had been in the car
of tea. but had been warned of the de
tectives' approach and had fled In time.
Forcada was In the car with him. It
was also learned that James, was asso
ciated with the other two men and had
been continually with them for the past
several days. Other- facts In the hands
of the police tend to show that the trio
is guilty of the crime.
All three men were arrested at Third
and Burnsido streets, McGIoin at 1:10
o'clock in the afternoon, and James and
Forcada at 6:15 o'clock last evening, when
they went to the corner to keep a pre
vious engagement with McGIoin. They
appeared to know of what crime they
were suspected. In searching the room
of James and Forcada an old-style 45
caliber revolver was found, filled with
an assortment of cartridges. It answers
the description of the gun which Clark
says was shoved in his face on the night
of the robbery. This morning the victims
of the recent hold-up will assemble at
the city jail and make an effort to Iden
tify the three men as the criminals who
forced them to hand over their valua
bles. SEWED SOLES, 75 CENTS.
By the only Goodyear machine in Port
land. Neater and better than hand work.
Only best material used. Work called
for. and delivered. Sen wind & Bauer, 69
Yamhill, between Third and Fourth.
Phone Red 2955.
Box Factory Saved From Fire.
ASHLAND, Or.. Nov. S. (Special.) A
fire which threatened to destroy the en
tire box factory plant of the Ashland
Manufacturing Company at Ayers Spur,
five miles south of this city, broke out
In the engine-room tonight about 10
o'clock. A special engine was run from
Ashland by the Southern Pacific Com
pany, carrying fire-fighting apparatus
and fire-fighters, and the flames were
gotten under control before they got into J
tne iaciory aepanmenc proper, wnicn is
Hood's SarsapariUa ensures good diges
tion and strength to the vital organs. In
sist upon Hood's.
For Infanta and CMldrex.
Dm KM Yoi Han Always BwgM
Two carloads of very fine pianos. Come
and see them.
Another car due here Friday, and still
another one early next week.
Now Is the time to make your selection.
when the stock is fresh. First choice
is always best Time payments accepted
We still have a rew used and shopworn
pianos which we are anxious to dispose
of at once as we need the room. We will
make the prices right and payments to
372 and 374 Morrison Street
(Setinway and Otber Pianos.)
Car. Wm( fafrfc.
ART BADLY BEATEN
Prizefighter Jeffries Assaults
LARGE ; CROWD IS PRESENT
Champion Heavyweight Appears at
Marquam Grand In Title Role of
the Well-Known Play,
James J. Jeffries took a hard fall out
of art last night when he pulled off a
hot go with the
drammah on the
Marquam stage. In
spite of the election
excitement in the
streets a large crowd
of enthusiasts was
at the ringside to
take a sporting
chance of seeing
what the champeen
would do to. Frank
Mayo's old sparring
partner, "D a v y
There was a brief
the welter with the
bass viol, and then
"Then by the Etcr-
the attendants set the ropes for the big
event When the big fellow entered the
ring there was a prolonged demonstra
tion, and when tune was called there was
no Art money In sight except in the
The first act opened with Jeffries spar
ring cautiously for wind. The shouts of
his backers in Uie
crowd seemed to re
assure him, however,
and he proceeded to
mix it up lively.
He apparently be
as the act proceed
ed and neglected his
guard. In the in
fighting which fol
lowed. Art landed
repeatedly on the
ribs and back, and
the bollermaker re
torted to clinches.
The act ended with
Jeffries perspiring Then the
freely and a trifle
couldn't Set is.
Acts two, three and four were plainly
Art's and although the champion stood
up well under the terrific grueling he re
ceived, the referee repatedly warned him
that it was a fight and not a footrace.
It was In the' fifth and last act that the
California lad recovered himself and. his
wonderful powers of endurance asserted
themselves; He adopted rushing tactics
and fought his op
ponent all over the
ring. His footwork
was marvelous and
his right arm swings
aroused the wildest
excitement The act
went the limit Art
saving itself until
the last second, by
doing a Jim Corbett
footrace about the
ring. But when the
gong sounded Art
was flat on it's back.
Its eyes were closed
and it's mug had the
appearance of a
hunk of spoiled mut- iUe lonng lxc li
tem. It seconds lnTur stoat.
worked over It for DO minutes after it took
the count and when It recovered consclousr
ness the game little
boy who had again
sustained his right
to the champion
ship was drinking
mineral water in
with Blinky. Bill
McGurk and Spar-
tacus for an exhlbl
tlon bout with Fred
Ward in Butte,
hands as a result
of the mill, but the
talent seemed gen
e rally well satisfied
with the result and
Jeff make a Monkry Referee Otto Flo to
of his sparring was roundly
partner. cheered. Jeff had
scarcely a scratch on him and announced
his intention to the newspaper men pre
sent of going on a duck hunt with
Alfred Hess today.
Incidentally it was learned from the gos
72-inch extra heavy
bleached Table Damask;
worth $1, cut to 65 $
Wm. Liddell & Sons'
.Grand Prize and
Double Damasks, grass
bleached, satin finished,
72-inch, worth $2.50,
THE OXLT XXOLUSTO
IT'S THE BEST OF ALL
PARKER RYE WHISKEY
ROTHCHILD BROS., Portland, Or.
sip of the sports present that Jeffries is
the least bad of the pugilist-actors and
that his support was not what It might
have been. Miss Anna Roberts, the' lead
ing woman, is a real actress of charming
Davy Crockett Jam as J. Jeffries
Major Roy Is ton Bart W. Wallace
Oscar Cranipton Thomas S. Lowell
Nell Cranipton.. George O'Farrell
Big Dan Ralph Bell
Yonkera H. S. Griffith
Parson Ainzworth Ralph Bell
Lawyer Qulekwltch....'...Joe Kennedy
Watson.... George. Brandon
Dame Crockett... Kitty Kerwln Griffith
Bob Crockett Gertrude Griffith
Bleanor Vaughn Anna. Roberts
presence and considerable ability. This
is the truth but it hardly belongs in this
particular press dispatch. A. A. G.
TO MEET THE EXCURSION.
A. D. Charlton Goes to Escort Passen
ger Agents Through Northwest.
A. D. Charlton, assistant general pas
senger agent of the Northern Pacific, left
last night for Montana, where he will
meet the special train carrying' the
Northern Pacific officials coming West
under the guidance of A. X. Cleland, gen
eral passenger agent at St. Paul.
The exact place at which Mr. Charlton
will meet the. train has not been deter
mined upon, out will depend upon the
rapidity with which the party travels
through the East.
Upon joining the party, Mr. Charlton
will asjume charge of the excursion and
will direct the movements of the train
while it is In his territory. From Mon
tana the train will go to Spokane, where a
long stop will be made, after which the
agents will visit Seattle, Tacoma and
other of - the cities of Washington, before
coming to Portland, which will be the
west end of the trip.
There Is a possibility of the excursion
not reaching Portland until November 1?,
as it has been desired to extend the time
of some of the visits along the way.
WHERE TO DINE.
All tht delicacies of the season at tha
Portland iRestaurant. fine, private apart
ments for parties. 305 Wash., near Bth.
There are twenty different
cinnamon barks, and they cost
from 4 to 55c lb. This ex
plains the market, all but one
particular. Schilling's Best is
the best with the coarser pieces
picked-out; not thrown -away ;
oh no; they go" to some less
Maayb.afe n wi jlli'.j
NOTED FOR BEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST PSIOES.
SPECIAL SALE TABLE LINENS
For Thanksgiving Use
Never in the history of this store have we been able to offer such inducements
in Table Linens as now. The quality, style and price are right. We handle the
famous Wm. Liddell & Co., of Belfast, Ireland are noted for sound wear, and
are the winners of the first grand prize and two gold aedals at tie St. Louis
World's Pair. These goods are noted the world over for their high luster an&
satin finish. Housewives should visit our store and see good prices before buying.
Note prices quoted as an example throughout the entire stock
. At 40c
63-inch silver bleached
just the article for hard
wear; worth 65c yard, ex
tra special 40
64-inch bleached Damask,
lovely range of patterns,
cut to 35
Belfast High-Grade Gold Medal Linens Took
Two Gold Medals at World's Fair, St. Louis
only $2.00 grade at
Same, only the $1.65
grade now 'at. . . . .$1.25
.That will match' all table linens offered above at remarkably
little prices cut far belov that asked by our competitors.
D1T GOOD ITOJUS DC THE OTTT
Will You Like
orders for coal
delivered in a hurry?
The Pacific Coast Co.
CHA5. H GLEIM. AGENT
249 WASHINGTON ST.
Fearteemih aad Was&Bfftea Street.
Tonight at 8:15. and all this week.
THE- gXCHLLSKT COLUMBIA COMPANY,
Presenting David Beiasco and Franklin
Tales' rooceeeful military play.
Xafonraatloa regarding prices and how to se
Prices Evening; 15c, 25c, 25c. 50c; gal
lery, 15a Matinee, 10c, 15c. and 25c; gal
lery, 10c '
AH day down town Ticket, oflce open at
Rowe & Martin's drugstore. Sixth and Wash
ington, from 10 A. M. to 7 P. M. Main 110.
After 7 P. M., at the theater, 14 th and
Washington. 7 to 10 P. M. Phone 311.
MUSICAL AND SPECTACULAR. THE
THE FALL OF BABYLON
MOKTJAT AND WEDNESDAY EVE
NINGS, NOVEMBER 7 aad 8
100- CHORUS VOICES -100
MARTIN E. ROBINSON, of Chicago,
PKICBS SUtQ, T5c, S0c and 25c Box of
fice open on and after Saturday, November 5.
Jews and Babylonians, in Oriental
costume, sustained by a new and won
derful combination of musical Instru
ments. Splendid soloists, beautiful
drills, excellent cast.
VULCAN COAL CO.'S
RAVEN LUMP COAL. J6.50, delivered.
Ifs aNgood. cheap fcouse coaL
ROCK SPRINGS LUMP COAL. J8.E0
delivered, it s me cieanest on tnis market-Screened
coal and full weight guaran
Phone Main 2776.
Office, No. 329 Burnside Street
Opposite Post Office.
40S Dekm BWg.
56-lnch bleached Table
Linen, double warped,
extra heavy, correct for
hard wear, worth iOc;
extra special ."...3Cc
Great sale of Blankets,
Comforters and Bed
spreads, the best on earth
land at prices below all
TXJJUD AXB MOSJUffO-
Four Grand Prizes at
St. Louis Fair
THE "GRAND PRIZE" IS THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE
AWARD HIGHER THAN THE GOLD MEDAL
The Victor Safe & Lock Co., of Cincinnati, .
received the Grand Prize for its exhibit of Solid
Manganese Steel Baak Safes over all competitors
for Modern Improvements, Construction, Work
manship and Finish :: :: :: :: :: :: :: ::
On its display of Metallic Filing Devices, Furni- ,
- tore aad Fixtures, Steel Roller Book Shelvee, Steel
' , Document Files, Steel Counters aad Desks, The
Art Metal Construction Co., of St Louis, Mo.,
, T and Jamestown, N. Y., received the Grand Prize -
The Grand Prize for Adding Machines was
awarded the Standard Adding Machine over all
. .competitors. The verdict of the jury which made
. an exhaustive investigation, was endorsed by
both department and superior juries :: :t ::
' The Fisher Billing Machine and Book Typewriter
received the Grand Prize on its superiority for
billing purposes, time and labor saying features
' Y. & E. Sectional Filing Cabinets were installed
. in offices of Louisiana Purchase Exposition, Saint
Louis, after a careful inspection of all other makes
Glass & Prudhomme Co
Northwestern Agents :: 123-125 First Street ':: Portland, Oregon
HIGH CLASS TIME SAVING OFFICE DEVICES AND SUPPLIES
CONFIDENTIAL CHAT NO. 63
It is disappointing to purchase even a trifling article and discover after
wards that you have not received value for your money. But the greatest of
all disappointments Is to buy spectacles for vision and And them vtsionlesa.
Take 'no chances. Have your eyes fitted by the house that knarcs how.
133 SIXTH STREET
IX WON'T HURT A BIT
BY OUR METHOD.
We are enabled to extract from one to 32
teeth at one sitting:, positively and abso
lutely without pain or bad after effects. Peo
ple In delicate health need have no fear, as
our method of extracting Is positively safe
and absolutely painless. IT years' experi
ence in plate work enables us to fit your
mouth comfortably. If you are troubled
by your upper plate falling' down we can
make you one with the patent air valve ia
that will stay up so tight that you Mil be
x Dr. W. A. Wise.
WISE BROS., DENTISTS
208-213 FAILING BliDG. Open .evenings till
Corner Third and Washington streets.
PARK AND WASHINGTON" STSEETS
Established In 1S6& Open all ths year.
Private or class Instruction. Thousands
of graduates In positions; opportunities
constantly occurring. It pays to attend our
school. Catalogue, specimens, etc.. fre.
A. P. AKHSXHONG. T,T-K PRINCIPAL.
Tfirough the kindness of
the Y. M. C. A.
Day and Night School
Is being held as usual at the As
sociation building temporarily,
Yamhill and Fourth streets.
Why stammerT Why stutter? Attend the
Pacific School for Stammerers. Most dim
cult cases cared at reasonable prices. Pu
pils on leaving school talk as though they
had sever stammered. Consult or address
M. L Uatflerd. ISO Eleventh St., Portland.
Or. Consultation hours, 9 to 10. 4 to 5.
'Boston Painless Dentists
Known the world over, are the only dentists
la Portland having the late botanical DIS
COVERY to apply to the gums for ETRACT
ING, PILLING and CROWN IN Q TEETH
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U Crews SS.M to 3.M
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OUR SUCCESS la dae to our PAINLESS
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mn irs4. Jim i. m fnaji
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Hours, 8:30 A. M. until S P. 31. Por the con
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even in 3. Having Just finished equipping and
remodeling with the latest electrical appliances,
we can now complete all kinds of operations
with great skill and dispatch, evenings as welt
as daytimes. Our specialists of world renown
will treat all wbo come wlthithe courtesy and
care that the New York Dentists are so well
known by. We do not try to compete with
cheap dental work, sut do all kinds of flrst
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You can have your teeth out In the morning
and go home with your NEW T3ETH "tnat
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All work guaranteed, with a protected guar
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TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED ABSO
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These are the only dental parlors in Portland
having PATENTED APPLIANCES aad Ingre
dients to extract, fill and apply gold crowns
and porcelain, crowns undetectable from nat
ural teeth. All work done by GRADUATED
DENTISTS of from 12 to 20 years experience;
and each department in charge of a specialist.
Give us a call, and you will find us to do ex
actly as we advertise. We will tell you In ad
vance exactly what your work will cost, by a
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