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CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
The Wr-gmilsH's IdeybMa.
CmntlniRooai Main 667
Managing Editor Main 630
Sunday Editor Main 6Z33
City Editor Main 106
Society, Editor ., Main 6233
Composing-Room Ualn 685
Superintendent Building ...Red 2S26
East Side OQce East 6t
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER (Morrison st-.
between 6th and 7th) Tonight at 8:15, "Ari
zona." COLUMBIA THEATER (14th and Washington)
Tonight at 8:15. "Led Astray."
EMPIRE THEATER 12th and Morrison)-Tonight
at 8:15, "Grimes' Cellar Door."
GRAND THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, " to 10:30 P. M.
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 10:30P.'M.
BAKER THEATER (Third and Yamhill)
Continuous vaudeville. 230 to 1030 P. M.
ARCADE THEATER (7th and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2 to 11 P. 31.
BIJOU THEATER (Sixth, near Alder) Con
tinuous vaudeville from 230 to 10:30 P. M.
LYRIC THEATER (cor. Alder and 7 th Con
tinuous vaudeville from 230 to 1030 P. M-
FnAiUKO the Chahteh. The Mount Ta
bor charter committee, of which G. H.
Andrews Is chairman, holds frequent
meetings to further the -work of framing
the new charter so it will be ready for
Introduction at the coming Legislature.
IL W. Hodges, member of the committee,
said that the Portland city charter Is be
ing ireely used, but only such portions as
would apply to that local district are ap
propriated. Mr. Hodges says that the
Bancroft "bonding provisions for the con
Btructlon of streets and sewers will be in
serted, as be thinks it will be necessary to
make considerable improvements in these
lines Iff a short time after Incorporation.
Firbt Masonic Election. The first of
this year's annual Masonic elections of
Portland was held on "Wednesday, when
Washington Council, Xo. 3, Royal Select
Masters, elected the following officers for
the ensuing year: H. H. Parker, thrice
illustrious master: S. TL Harrington, dep
uty master; J. F. Houguez. principal con
ductor of work: S. Bullock, treasurer; C
M. Brosy. recorder; C B. Miller, captain
of guard, and H. W. Galloway, conductor
of council. The officers-elect will be in
stalled on Wednesday next.
Thanksgiving Entertainment. The
hall of the Sacred Heart Church, Milwau
kie street, was the scene last night of an
entertainment, largely provided by the
Caledonian Club. "William Foley presided.
Songs, dances and stories, mostly Scotch,
formed the programme, and among -those
who took part were: James Ruddlman,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Robertson, C. Shanke, J.
Urquhart and Masters McCormack and
D'Arcy. An Irish Jig was danced by
Messrs. Walton, Fcjey and Durkln.
Left tor State Pkibon. In charge of
Deputy Sheriff Morden, Martin V. Leasla
was last night taken from the County
Jail to the penitentiary at Salem. He is
under life sentence for the murder of his
father-in-law, Fred H. Drews, whom ho
slew In a jealous rage. Leasia stated be
fore his departure that he will behave
himself at the penitentiary, and that he
will endeavor to make a model prisoner
Entertainment at Lents. At 10 A.
M. Thanksgiving day a pleasant entertain
ment was given In the church at Lents
by the pupils of the public schools of
Lents and of District 45. The church was
crowded, and a generous offering was
made to the Boys' and Girls' Aid Society,
the Baby Home and other charitable or
ganizations of Portland.
Prisoner Was Released. George H.
Dammlcr, arrested by Detectives Day and
Welner yesterday on telegraphic Instruc
tions from Seattle, was released last night.
He was charged with passing a worthless
check in Seattle for $30. He made it good
and was discharged-
Steamship Alliance sails from Couch
street dock for points on Coos Bay and
Eureka, Saturday evening. November 26,
and every ten days thereafter, carrying
freight, passengers and Wells-Fargo ex
press. F. P. Baumgartner, Agent. Tele
phone Main 861.
Turret Supper, Centenary Church,
East Ninth and Pine streets, tonight, 6 to
S o'clock. Bill of fare. Turkey soup, cold
turkey with dressing, cranberry sauce,
cream potatoes, maccaronl.and cheese, sal
ad, pickles, olives and coffee, 25 cents.
C. E. S. "Wood to Speak. C. E. S. Wood
will address the Woman's Club today at 2
P. M., in the Selllng-Hlrsch building, on
"Economic Freedom as the Basis oi So
cial. Moral and Political Reform." Dr.
Mary E. Thompson will preside.
We will auction the art goods now in
stock Saturday. November 26, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday evening following,
at 7:30 only. Special prices during business
hours. E. H. Moorehouse & Co., 312 Al
dcr'street. Hotel Del Monte.
Mr. William C Aiken, representing Ho
tel Del Monte. California, is at the Port
land, from whom information about the
hotel can be obtained and reservations
Stolen Diamond Recovered. A dia
mond of the value of $275, lost by Captain
Joseph XL Healey five months ago, has
been recovered by Detectives Day and
Welner. It was pawned and found.
Will Lecture on Leaves. At Temple
Beth Israel this evening Rev. Alfred W.
Martin, of Tacoma, will deliver a sermon
on "The Lesson of an Autumn Leaf." The
services will begin at 8 o'clock.
1x33 Angeles Cabin, 530; steerage, 514;
meals and berth Included; elegant accom
modatlons; makes no stops. Sails Sat
urday evening. Thompson's Ticket Of
fice. 12S Third streeL
Dr. J. Block will deliver a sermon this
evening at Congregation Ahaval Sholom,
corner Park .and Clay streets, taking for
his subject "The Spirit of Conservatism."
Everybody is Invited.
V. M. C. A. Star course has for Its next
number Edmund Vance Cooke, the popu
lar poet and Impersonator, November 30.
Admission, 50 cents. Seats on sale No
Steamer Redonoo sails for San Fran
cisco Saturday evening. Cabin. 512; steer
age, SS. Elegant accommodations. Thomp
son's office. 12S Third streeL
Frank Morse's display of Japanese art
will not be held at Hotel Portland until
December 1, owing to nonarrlval "of his
Messrs. Murdoch c Moser, lawyers,
have removed to 515-517 Fenton building,
$4 Sixth streeL
Thied Western tour of Edmund Vance
Cooke. Hear him at the Y. M. C. A.,
Woman's Exchange. 133 10th, near Al
der. Lunch. 12 to 2; tea. 2 to 5 P. M.
C. C Newcastle. Centlst, Mohawk bids.
Wooster sells everything. 7th and Morr.
DR. C. W. Barr. Dentist, S17 Dekum.
DINE AT CITY JAIL.
Prisoners Given Spread That They
Will Long Remember.
Jim Casey says they never had such a
Thanksgiving dinner at the City Jail, and
Casey ought to know. The last 14 years
of his life have been spent in Portland,
and he has been behind the bars of the
prison every time the National feastday
has rolled around. Hence, he is admit
tedly one who can .talk with authority
"It was a pippin of a dinner," was the
way old Casey put iL "We all had a
crackerjack of a time. My. but we did
tat! I never had a more pleasant time
anywhere, 'nless it was when I was at
home. I liave been in the Jail so many
Thanksgiving days now that I don't mind
it. But some did. One poor fellow, es
pecially, who was brought in for some
petty deed, didn't enjoy the dinner at
nlL He cried most of the time. Well,
that's the way you find things around a
place like this."
Turkey, cranberry sauce, pics, cakes,
pudding, apples and bread and butter with
coffee was what the dinner at the City
Jail consisted of. The prisoners get but
two meals each day. and they were
hungry when the dinner arrived. They
anticipated its coming, and the thought
of it whetted their appetites.
There were 20 men and two women
prisoners. Of them all. old Jim Casey,
who has actually spent half of the last 14
years of his life in Jail, was the most
prominent among the band. Of the wo
men, Ida Williams, an unfortunate who
frequently is brought in for being intoxi
cated. was the most conspicuous.
AX THE THEATERS
Jack Haverly, that rare old soul,
Has gone to his lone abode.
George Thatcher tackled the "legit,"
Dick, Jose left the road.
Since Wilson named the whisky
He has not been "waltzed again,"
But the Syndicate still finds a way
To send us the minstrel men.
From the Driveling of a Dray Driver.
"Be seated, gentlemen," said the inter
locutor, and a fat gentleman in burnt
cork who sat at the end commenced hav
ing trouble with his mouth. Happy day!
It was minstrel time again.
Two of the greatest American ahowmen,
Phlneas T. Barnum and Jack Haverly.
died ever so long ago. but their souls go
marching on in street parades and on
the billboards while they seem to pos
sess considerable occult interest in royal
ties and box-office receipts.
Haverly's Minstrels paid their annua!
visit to the Marquam yesterday and the
performance they gave evidenced the sin
cerity of their zeal to keep the soul of
bedlamoned old Jack Haverly march
It was a good show as minstrel shows
go. The faithful allegiance to blackface,
which marked old-time minstrelsy, was
adhered to and there were no "look pret
ties" In the ensemble. Every man Jack
of them wore a heavy coat of burnt cork.
The tambourines and bones were miss
ing, and no distinction was made between
the dress of the end men and others.
Neither did the musicians wear Hun
garian uniforms. These innovations were
Vocally the company is long on tenor
this year and short on bass. There Is one
good soprano, a passably good contralto
and a fine baritone.
Billy Van and Jimmy. Wall supplied the
major portion of the fun, and their grip
on the public seems as strong as ever.
Van's ingrowing voice is Just as sepul
chral and his monologue just as excru
ciatingly funny as if he had sprung it for
the first time.
The most effective feature of the show
was "Moonlight in Dixie," another con
cession to the earlier and better days of
black minstrelsy. ,
Franklyn" A. Batle, the baritone above
referred to, had the best solo number,
"Good-Bye, Little Girl, Good-Bye." but
the songs, excepting the "Heidelberg"
septette, were well rendered. The "Hel
delburg" affair was unfortunate.
The rival football teams occupied boxes
at the night performances and the audi
ence was a typical holiday crowd.
A. A. G.
"Grimes Cellar Door."
Billy Grime James B. Mackle
Jo&lah Grimes Harry Wright
A. Wesel .....Harry Owens
SI Hemenway Walter Brown
Gee Whlttaker Herbert Smith
HI Flyer Frank Lee
Walker Beat.... Joe Lee
HI Hurdle Jack Foy
Nan Kittle Stevens
Betsy Grimes (Trace Johnson
Pandora Irene Lee
This familiar 'conglomeration of vaude
ville stunts and farce-comedy came to
town for Thanksgiving and will remain
at the Empire the rest of the week. It
is one of the attractions booked for this
time at Cod ray's. The sale of that the
ater left it without a place to lay Its
head, so. Just to be a good fellow, John
F. Cordray secured the Empire, which
can always be used at a pinch, to house
"Grimes' Cellar Door" was In Its prime
a decade and a half ago, but it is still
husky enough to answer most of the
purposes for which It is intended. Its
alleged plot is something about an an
cient statue, which a farmer of the
"pappy whiskers" type buys at an auc
tion sale. A clown kisses the statue and
it comes to life after the manner of
"NIobe," and with but a 24 hours lease
on its new life Miss Statue proceeds to
kick up her heels In a wondrous way.
During the- progress of this "kicking
up," a lot of coon songs, dances and
slap-stick comedy is introduced.
There are two clever women In the
company, Irene Lee and Kittle Stevens.
The former Is good to look upon and
possesses a good singing voice, and the
tatter's transformation dance In the last
act was noteworthy. The biggest hit of
the piece was the local parody on "Sweet
Bye and Bye," sung by Owens and Smith,
the burden of which was that the Lewis
and Clark Fair is going to be a corker.
James B. Mackle, who was here last year
with "Devil's Auction," Is the principal
comedian. There were two performances
yesterday, with each of which the au
dience seemed very well satisfied. The
engagement concludes Saturday nighL
PURSUED BY ARMED MEN.
Would-Be Highwaymen Have Narrow
Escape From Enraged Lodgers.
Pursued by eight armed men, two crim
inals who attempted to hold up and rob
the Boss saloon, First and Flanders
streets, managed to make their escape In
the darkness last night at 10:15 o'clock.
They were too far ahead of the deter
mined posse, or a battle would have been
the resulL The bandits were unsuccess
ful in their efforts and got nothing for
A telephone message to the central sta
tion caused Captain Moore to dispatch
Sergeant Hogeboom and Patrolmen
Burke, Baty and Roberts, of the North
End squad. They Joined in a search of
the vicinity for the hold-up artists, but
found no trace of them.
It is believed that the bandits had a
very narrow escape, as It could not have
been more than two minutes from the
time they made their attempt to hold -up
and rob the saloon until the eight armed
men were in hot pursuit, the would-be
robbers having been foiled in their pur
pose. Sergeant Hogeboom and his squad
remained in the vicinity about one hour,
scouring every nook and corner for a
trace of the highwaymen.
It was Just 10:15 o'clock when Fred
Gansneder. proprietor of the Boss saloon,
emerged from his establishment by way
of the side door. He was closing up for
the night, as his trade is almost exclu
sively during the day and early evening.
With him were his b'rother, John, and
William Burnett, a longshoreman. As
they stepped onto the Flanders-street
sidewalk, and as Gansneder turned to
lock the side door, the two men. wearing
long black masks, and carrying heavy
caliber revolvers, appeared. They stuck
the barrels of their weapons into the
faces of Burnett and John Gansneder, but
the latter made bold to shove his brother
against the door, pushing him In and fol
lowing him. He then slammed the door
shut and locked it, leaving Burnett to
face the bandits alone.
Both highwaymen were exceedingly an
gry, but they did not fire any shots. They
kept quiet, seeing their plans were frus
trated, and ordered Burnett upstairs into
the Boss lodging-house. This trick came
near proving fatal to them, for when ho
reached the parlor of the hotel he raised
the alarm. As quickly as the eight men
present could secure their revolvers from
their rooms they started after the two
It was between the time Burnett reached
the parlor and the time the posse came
downstairs that the highwaymen es
caped. After the pursuit began, Gans
neder telephoned to police headquarters
and asked that officers be assigned to the
case. Captain Moore detailed all avail
able patrolmen. In charge of Sergeant
The Boss saloon was held up and robbed
Connoisseurs Understand Tfait There Is Nothing Better
"Whiskey. Old, mellow and delightfully palatable, it is the ideal stimulant
ROTHCHILD BROS., PORTLAND, OR., Sole Agents
I WANT of Box Writing Paper
For a CHRISTMAS PRESENT ,
with my monogram on it from
W. Q. SMITH & CO.
"Wedding and Visiting Card Engravers
one "year ago. At that time Burnett, who
was left with the highwaymen last night,
was a victim, losing considerable money.
Had the attempt to rob proved successful
last night, the robbers would not have
secured much money, for the proprietor
has always banked during afternoons
since his establishment was robbed before.
SAILORS ENJOY ZEAST.
Dinner and ' Programme Given Tars
at Seamen's Institute.
High water mark In hospitality and
good cheer was reached yesterdayat the
Seamen's Institute, when 150 sailors were
treated to a Thanksgiving dinner. There
were present Italian, French, German.
Russian, Scandinavian, Greek. British
and other sailors, but the Italians, the
winners of the afternoon boat race, were
the heroes of the occasion.
Rev. C. C. Bruce, the chaplain, received
his 150 sailor guests at the door of the
Institute and won the hearts of the Italian
delegation by saying In Italian: "Long live
Italy." Tables in two of the large rooms
were groaning with Thanksgiving cheer,
turkey being mostly In evidence. After
dinner the sailors were entertained in the
social room, and songs, recitations and
speeches in various languages formed the
The Volunteers of America received
bounteous gifts In the shape of Thanks
giving fare, which they lost no time in
presenting to people worthy of their be
nevolence. Many a poor family who
otherwise would have been without any
turkey or cranberry sauce were made
glad by timely gifts and cheering words
from the Volunteers.
The Salvation Army people were by no
means Idle yesterday. Fourteen officers
of the local corps spent the afternoon at
the Salvation Army Rescue Home, on
the East Side, and treated tho girls and
women living there to dinner. In the
evening, at the Davls-strect hall, a
Thanksgiving service was held, at which
addresses were given by Captain Hen
rietta Blgney and Lieutenant Carpenter,
Fortune smiled upon SL Vincent's Hos
pital, for had not the Welnhard estate
gifted 500 to the institution, and about
20 fat turkeys been received to make pa
tients glad? All the sick who could
safely cat turkey did so, and a regular
New England Thanksgiving dinner was
served. The members of the Fruit and
Flower Mission gave gifts of fruit and
flowers, and engaged Everest's orchestra
to play musical selections. Nor was the
spiritual side forgotten. Yesterday morn
ing at 6 o'clock religious services were
held, and music was rendered by the hos
pital choir. Monselgneur Blanchette was
The good fairies were also kind to the
Good Samaritan Hospital, for the insti
tution receU'ed 55000 from the Welnhard
estate, and gifts of Thanksgiving cheer
from various friendsr The turkeys num
bered 15, and the feast that followed will
be remembered all the year through.
Fruit, flowers and music were kindly fur
nished by the Fruit and Flower Mission.
Sixty-seven inmates of the Children's
Home were made glad by eating five
plump turkeys. The feast was held at
2 P. M.. and all the guests were seated
around a table arranged to form the let
ter "T." and boys and girls were seated
alternately. During the afternoon games
were played In the nursery, and as for a
general good time Just ask the children.
Ninety people enjoyed Thanksgiving
fare at the County Hospital, and about
20 turkeys were disposed of. In addition
to other things that friends sent.
Eighteen Thanksgiving turkeys fairly
shook when they saw the eager mouths
waiting to welcome them at the County
Jail. Eighty persons were served at this
feast, and the wish was audibly expressed
that Thanksgiving time would come often.
FIFTY-TWO CHILDREN AT TABLE
Wards of Receiving Home Afforded a
Handsome Thanksgiving Dinner.
A visit to the Boys & Girls' Aid So
ciety Thanksgiving was a pleasure long
to be remembered. Fifty-two children sat
at the table the happy faces and merry
voices (for they were permitted to talk
at this Thanksgiving time) were an In
spiring sight as they filled themselves
with turkey, cranberry sauce, mince pie
and everything that is characteristic of
Everything that a child can eat drink
or wear now fills the storeroom or shelves.
Noble-minded teachers appealed to their
pupils and they responded most generous
ly. Merchants and commission men of
the city were unusually thoughtful about
the wants of children this year. Kind
hands anl hearts were there giving their
services In waiting upon these happy children.
CHARTER BOARD TO MEET.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express many thanks to our
friends and neighbors for their kindness
in our late bereavement
J. J. CHURCHLEY AND FAMILY.
Kinds of Clothes
Good clothes and bad clothes
no half-way class. If they do
not fit with style they are only
cloth ; perhaps good cloth, but
not good clothes.
In Salts a nd Overcoats for Fall
and Winter are ready for lm
! mediate service, but far dlf-
lerenti xrom wnat passes with
many dealers as clothes.
Ask tbe Eteia-rUoeh desler ta toot
towj look for tbe label printed
above. Tbe Stetn-Blorh dress
book, "fimartam, nulled free.
TEE STZH-1LOCJI CO.
130-33 Fifth Xrt Hew Twk. 1
Second Parley Concerning Amend
ments to Occur Tonight.
The second parley of the charter board
and the Legislators from this county will
be held tonight In the Council Chamber.
City Halt The board is functus officio so
far as the law is concerned, for it finished
the work for which it was created name
ly, the framing of the charter more than
two and one-half years ago. Still It thinks
it can be of service in applying final
touches to the Instrument
Tonight has been appointed for present
ing amendments and for discussing them
with the Legislators. As the amendments
will be few, it Is expected thaonly one
more Such meeting will be required after
that of tonight
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant fine, private apart
ments for parties. 366 Wash., near Eth.
Harnett's Extract of Vanilla
Iraarts superior delicacy of flavor, trr It. use It.
Are the finest on the market Our line
comprising such well known makes as
Steinway, Emerson. Estey, A. B. Chase.
Richmond, Starr and ten other standard
makes of pianos. Including our latest ad
The 20th Century Piano
We allow no one to undersell us, quality
of goods considered. Easy time payments
accepted. Several special bargains in used
pianos. It will pay prospective purchasers
to Inspect our stock.
372 and 374 Morrison Street
Corner West Park.
Vr EVSectional H
9 How each,
little block w&s
Filing Cablreta ballton the multiple
plan. They are Interchangeable. Tfcsy
always FIT VS. May wogtroycu
Bore isSonsaXlesL ?
GLASS & PRUDHOMME CO.
123 First St. Portland. Or.
(Opposite First National Bank.)
THr Sfcoy. Socheater, "X. T.
1 317 Wac.hirinfnn
Oar pateat rest -proof timbrel- C -f sft
Ua with sSette cotcw I 0J
Oar rat -proof mad wlad-proof
ter frame nrahrellaa, Ualoa 2 QQ
Repairing and Recovering
Sigantic Overcoat Sale
The tremendous reduc
tions on our entire stock
of Overcoats from $12.50
to $30 should break all
records in the history of
this great clothing house.
Not one coat is ex
cepted Every Garment
included, every size and
Long Coats, Short
$7,85, $11.00, $12.85,
$21.85, $24.50 and $26
S. W. Corner fourth and Morrison.
ONLY 5 CENTS
Postage one ceat for 1 to 20 package
Send Cola or Stamps. State kinds wanted.
THE SINGER MANFG. CO-
354 Morris oh stretet.
S40 "William aveaae (East).
403 Waablagtoa street.
rARK AJTD WASHINGTON SXKKXTS
Establlshsd In 1S64. Open all the "year.
Prlrato or class Instruction. Thousands
oi graduate, in positions; opportunities
constantly occurrinc It pays to attend our
schooL Catalogue, specimens, etc.. free.
A. r. ARMSTRONG. I.L.B.. l'llLNClfAL.
WE SELL ALL THE LEADERS
DIAMOND II NEW CASTLE
AUSTRALIAN WASH ED" NUT
ROSLYN If BLACKSMITH
Fall Weight and Prompt Delivery
KING COAL CO.
Freat and Kearney Ets. .
FOR HOUSE USE
Raven Nnt Coal, delivered at S5.75 per ton
Raves Ixnnp Coal, delivered at 6JSS per tea
Kenton Lamp Coal, delivered at 7.00 per tea
Australian Coal, delivered at 7.50 per ton
Carbon Bill Coal, delivered at. . 7.30 per tea
Koek Spriaffs Coal, delivered at 8.23 per toa
Screened Coal Fall WelshU.
VULCAN COAL CO.
Office Phone Main 2776. 3S9 Baraalde St.
405 Ddraa bide.
From 3 A. M. to
3 P. M.
DAY AND THURS
DAY UNTIL. 3 P. "iL
$chwab Printing Co,
tXST JTOXJC ZXJltONjtBLZ TJtlCXt
2 STARS STRET
OrvMCTTMDMTT A T PTT AT TVT r Z
There ia unfortunately no law to preVsnt charlatans, misrepresenting S
themselves as opticians, from dangerous experimenting: with the delicate r
mechanism of the eye. The sole safeguard Is to ratronlze only old es- 5
tabllsbed optical (houses, whose history places them above suspicion. We V
have been fitting eyes successfully for over 20 years. "J
WALTER REED I
133 SIXTH STREET
Is a favor sometimes
but buying your fire
is more satisfactory.
It is economy if good
CO A L
The Pacific Coast Co.
CHAS. H. GLEIM, AGENT
249 WASHINGTON ST.
Open Evenings and Sundays
Hours. S:30 A. M. until 8 P. il. For tbe coo.
venlenee of those who cannot come during th
day, we have decided to keep our offlcea open
evenings. Having Jut finished equipping and
remodeling with tbe latest electrical appliances,
we can now complete all kinds or operations
with great skill and dispatch, evening: as well
as daytimes. Our specialists of world renown
will treat all who come with tbe courtesy and
care that the New York Dentists are so well
known by. T.e do not try to compete with
cheap dental work, but do all kinds of flrst
claza work at about half that charged by oth
ers. All operations are guaranteed painless.
Tou can bare your teeth out In the morning
and- go home with your NEW TEETH "mat
fit the same day.
All work guaranteed, with a protected guar
sntee for 10 years.-
TEETH EXTRACTED AMD FILLED ABSO
LUTELY WITHOUT PAIX, by our late scien
tific method applied to the gums. No sleep
producing agents or cocaine.
These are xhe only dentax parlors in Portland
having PATENTED APPLIANCES and 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 la charge of a specialist.
Give us a call, and you will find us to do ex
actly as we advertise. We will tell you la ad
vance exactly what your work will cost, by a
BET TEETH ,.$3.09
GOLD CROWNS 7..S5.M
GOLD 11LLINGS $1.00
SILVER FILLINGS OCc
New York Dental Parlors
Fourth and Morrison Streets. Portland. Or.
Boston Painless Dentists
Known the world orer, are the only dentists
la Portland having the late botanical DIS
COVERY to apply to the gums for ETRACT
ING, FILLING and CROWNING TEETH
WITHOUT PAIN, and guaranteed for TXN
Silver Fillings 594
Gold riUlBgs ,1.9a
Fall set Teeth that fit from.. X.69
Gold Crorrns $3.66, to $3.06
Bridge Wort 13.93 to 96.M
OUR SUCCESS is dne to our PAINLESS
METHODS, LOW PRICES AND GOOD
WORK DONE BT SPECIALISTS la each
department. NO STUDENTS la the offloa.
All work done PAINLESSLY by SPECIAL
ISTS of long years experience. Give, us a
call, and you will find wa do Just as we ad
vertise. Boston Dental Parlors
Fifth asd Morrison Streets, Xatraace Z91)&
Oh tea sil men fir om' 13 S
amf it ta HoUl St. Franc! Tjj O
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