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THE MORNUNU" UKJElirUJf I A N, TJiUJKCSJUr, UJLAJJCrox3ifC j.,
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
The Oretoniaja' TeleyhoBec
.CounUnr-Room Main 667
Uonaslng Editor Main 630
Sunday Editor Main 6235
City Editor Main 166
Society Editor Main 6235
Composing-Room Main 6S5
Superintendent Bulldlnc Ke4 2828
East Side Office Eaat 61
GRAND THEATER (Park and 'Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2 to 10:50 P. M.
MARQUAM GRAND THEATER (Morrison St.,
bet. 6th and 7th) Tonlsht at 8:15 o'clock.
Tbe Devil's Auction."
COLUMBIA THEATER (14th and Wuh
lnBton ToniRht at 8:15. "The New Do
minion." STAR THEATER (Park and "Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
BAKER THEATER (Third and TamhlH)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
ARCADE THEATER (7th and -Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2 to 11 P. M.
BIJOU THEATER (Sixth, near Alder) Con
tinuous vaudeville from 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
LYRIC THEATER (cor. Alder and 7th Con
tinuous vaudeville from 2:30 to 10:30 P. M.
Carload of Candied Honet. What's
sweeter than honey? W. H. Pennlng-ton,
or Ontarlp, Or., thinks It Is his candled
extraoted honey, 25,000 pounds of which
has Just reached this city under the di
rection of Woodard, Clarke & Co. Peo
ple are accustomed to buy honey In Jars
and tins, and, although the article is sweet
enough. It -sticks and leaves one's fingers
6tlcky. Mr. Pennington's candied extract
ed honey 1b sold in solid blocks in pack
agos weighing two, three and one-half,
live and ten pounds. It is unlike the yel
low, sticky honey made by bees.
Pennington's honey is a solid block that
can be cut with a knife, and served like
butter or cheese. It's newly on the mar
ket, and Is Mr. Pennington's invention.
No Jar is required to hold it, for it is
sold in bags made of paraffin paper and
Is eaelly handled. It is extracted from
the comb in the usual way and left to
dry In the cool, frosty, dry air of East
ern Oregon. Chemists pronounce Pen
nington's honey to be absolutely pure.
Mat Appoint Superintendent. At a
meeting of tho Central Women's Chris
tian Temperance Union, held yesterday af
ternoon at the homo of Mrs. Ada W.
Unruh, 880 East Yamhill, it was decided
to take steps for protection of girls and
women attending the Lewis and Clark
Fair from abroad. This question was
thoroughly discussed. It seemed the con
sensus of opinion that a superintendent
Ftould be appointed whose duty would be
to look after the girls and women while
t the Fair. However, no aptlon was
taken, and the matter was referred to the
executive committee of the union. Mrs.
t'nruh expresses the opinion that it would
be better that all the women's organiza
tions of the city should participate in af
fording protection and information to
women coming to Portland to attend the
fair. The Central Union meets next Wed
nesday at the home of Mrs. Jennings, the
pre&idont, 292 Clay street, when definite
action may be taken.
Manx Candidates Abe Mentioned.
Although it is six months before election
numerous candidates for Councilman from
the Seventh Ward are being mentioned to
run on the Republican ticket. Among
these are S. F. White, contractor: F. Q.
Vrfer, grocoryman; M. G. Griffin, real
estate; Edward Gunderson, real estate,
and others. There are many who want a
Sellwood or Midway man, and the name
of D. M. Donaugh, a Democrat, and presi
dent of the Sellwood Board of Trade, has
been suggested as a compromise. Sell
wood will make a figlft for Councilman,
as It nover yet had that honor, and Mr.
Donaugh would be acceptable to Republic
an and Democrats. As the big sewer will
bo built in tho Seventh Ward during the
term of the next Councilman, the property-owners
are anxious that a man of
force and character should be in the Coun
cil regardless of what his politics may
be and are considering available timber.
Wti. FtntNisii Sw ABB. The Oregon
State Board of Health has sent out no
tices stating that it Is now prepared to
furnish swabs, known to medical men as
affording excellent means in determining
the conditions of patients' throats, and
also blood serum tubes, to physicians in
every portion of Oregon, Including this
city, for suspected diphtheria cases, free
of charge. It is promised that a report will
be sent either by telephone or letter with
in 24 hours from the receipt of the ar
ticles sent. The swabs and tubes can
be obtained at the office of the board, COS
Marquam building, any day between the
hours of 9:30 A. M. and 5 P. M., except
ing Saturday after 1 o'clock. The work is
in charge of Dr. Ralph C. Matson.
Ajixxta School Crowded. W. A.
Schooling, chairman of the board of di
rectors of district No. 47, at Arleta, says
the five rooms occupied are crowded, there
being 225 pupils. Miss Brlstow, a teacher,
resigned to take a place In the Tacoma
School, and Miss Brown has taken her
place. Principal Miller has adopted the
plan of having about five of the pupils In
the higher grades hear recitations in the
lower classes, which furnishes relief
while the rooms are crowded. There is
still one more room not occupied, but
which will probably be used by January
i. if pupils continue to come In as they
have in the past. The district has six
Boole Call Service. Rev. W. H.
Heppa. pastor, of Centenary Church, has
announced a bugle call service in the audi
torium of that church this evening. It
will take the place of the regular prayer
meeting. The meeting will be addressed
by Dr. Hoppo and two of the laymen.
The purpose of this special service Is not
given out, but matters of Interest will be
His Wipe Complained. Upon complaint
of his wife, W. G. Frank was arrested
last sight on a warrant issued out of
the Municipal Court. He is charged with
assault and battery and using abusive
language. He was arrested by Policeman
Grif Roberts. He deposited ball and was
released to appear In the Municipal Court
Gobs on Tour. Mrs. A. W. Unruh, Na
tional W. C. T. U. organizer, will leave
Saturday for The Dalles, where she will
hold a mass meeting Sunday evening in
the interest of that work. She will spend
some time on a lecture tour. In Sherman
and other Eastern Oregon counties before
returning to Portland.
Chinaman Appeals Case. Ngum. Lun
May, the Chinaman whose hearing before
Commissioner J. A. Sladen yesterday re
sulted in an order for deportation, filed
his appeal today. His case will now come
before Judge Bellinger, but no date has
been set for the hearing of the appeal.
Investigating the Case. The police
are investigating what is believed to be
an Incendiary fire in a house belonging to
Lv Royal, on Columbia Slough road and
Portsmouth street, at an early hour yes
terday morning. Detective Hart man is
working on the case.
Dbclarbd Himself Bankrupt. Frank
R. Blair, a merchant of Weston, Umatilla
County, declared himself a bankrupt In
the united States Court yesterday. His
petition showed liabilities amounting to
5XS.71. with assets aggregating $1560.
W. a T. U. Meeting. The Sarah Kern
TV. C T U. will meet tomorrow after
noon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
E. Mouldenhauer, 7S5 East Thirty-third
streoL Plans for the coming year will
thon be laid.
Freight received today, by La Center
Transportation Co., Leona, for Rldgeficld
and all Lewis River points. Oak-et, dock.
Musical and Social Meeting of Will
lam G. Eliot Fraternity this evening, Uni
tarian Church parlors, S o'clock.
The Calumet, 143 7 th. Lunch 35c, 1130 A.
M. to 2 P. M. Dinner 50c, 4:30 to S P. M.
Furnished Room, private family, mod
ern; hospital district. 723 Glisan st
F. Dresser & Company's East 15th and
Broadway store opens December 1.
F. Dresser & Cojpantb Bast 15th and
Broadway otoro opens December 2.
To Attend W. C. T. U. Convention.
Oregon will be represented at the National
Convention of the Women's Christian
Temperance Union, which is in session at
Philadelphia, by Mrs. Henrietta Brown,
of Albany, state corresponding secretary,
and Mrs. Sarah A. Teate, of Portland,
superintendent of tho Flower Mission.
Mrsu Ada Unruh was to have been pres
ent to speak at a noted meeting of the
teachers of the Quaker City next Satur
day, but at the last moment she found
it impossible to leave Portland. She has
forwarded her paper, however, and It will
be read at the meeting in question. Last
Sunday and the' coming Sunday are both
devoted to mass meetings of all the
churches of Philadelphia. Many noted
women are present at the convention, and
business In all the branches of work done
by the Union will be transacted. The
British Women's Temperance Alliance Is
represented by Miss Tinling, of that coun
try. Testing the Lights. Preliminary light
ing tests are being made nightly this
week of the Incandescent lights on the
Agricultural Palace at the Exposition
Grounds. The lights are working satis
factorily, ho dome of the palace resem
bling a veritable shield of light when the
1500 lights now In place are turned on.
The Famous collection of Oriental rut s
will be closed out today and tomorrow r t
2 and 8 P. M. at George Baker & Co.'s.
corner Aider and Park. Anyone desiring
to secure any of these rare russ will find
this their only opportunity.
Exhibition and Sale of decorated
china by the Oregon Kerarolc Club. 10 A.
M. to 10 P. M. today, top floor, Macleay
Fanct Sale and bazaar this evening,
St. Lawrence Hall, Third and Sherman
streets. Music, refreshments. All Invited.
Dr. C W. Barr. Dentist, 817 Dekum.
It's convenient to know Wooster.
TIME TO END DOG JWISAUCE.
Banish the Canines From the Streets,
Says L. Samuel.
PORTLAND. Nov. 30. To the Editor.) So
as to stop In advance all possible controversy
regarding the "faithfulness of the dog," I
will admit the testimony that he la faithful,
1 will alio admit as true the stories I Jiave
heard about hla lying down on his master's
grave and starving to death. This act of his
la, of course, absolutely useless and extremely
loolteb, but some dogs are eald to have done
I have asked the Mayor of this city, and he
tells me that for all tho dogs who Inhabit the
City of Portland their owners pay the eum of
$8000 as & tax, and for this paltry sum they
are permitted to become a general nuisance
to all lovers of the beautiful. Take any five
blocks In the residence portion of the city and
the tax paid by owners of these five blocks la
a great deal more than $5000. yet not one of
these owners would be permitted to become a
nuisance to any one else, and. In fact, the
great majority of them have the decency not
to wish to become a nuisance to any one else.
I have done all I possibly could to beautify
my own premises, and Z am inclined to be
lieve that it has had a good effect In the
neighborhood In which X live. The result
would have been very much better If maraud
ing dogs had not done all they possibly could
toward destroying what we built up. Many
wealthy men from other sections are attracted
to Portland, not by reason of the great num
ber of dogs that are kept in this city, but by
reason of the large number of respectable
citizens who have done so much to beautify
My opinion Is, there should be a stop as to
what privileges a dog has simply because his
owner pays a tax of $2 or $3 a year. I know
that the more respectable portion of dog-owners
keep their d,ogs at home; they are not per
mitted to roam the streets, consequently my
remarks have nothing whatever to do with
them, but there are dog-owaers who do not
care a rap for the feelings of other people,
and who do not care how much of a nuisance
their dogs become to other people.
Portland has been & leader In a great many
things, and It Is right at this time, when we
are endeavoring to show off to our best ad
vantage, to banish dogs from the streets. An
ordinance should be pascad and enforced pro
hibiting dogs from running at large. Under
certain restrictions there Is no objection to a
dog accompanying his master. At the same
time, however, his master should be held re
sponsible for whatever damage the dog docs
while accompanying him.
Personally. I do not care how many dogs
are kept In the city, just so they stay off of
my premises. I have made a special effort
this Fall along the lines of civic improvement.
and put in a large lot of bulbs for next year's
blooming. The bulbs as arranged, when In
bloom, were to produce the color scheme of
the Lewis and Clark Exposition. X obtained
these bulbs at a large expense. Further, X
have been to a considerable expense is having
them planted. To my dismay, however, the
entire lot was dug up and mixed beyond a
possible hope of reconstruction by marauding
dogs, who probably enjoyed the privilege of
digging In these newly made beds.
Admitting in advance that people have a
right to keep dogs, I should like to know
whether they have a right to allow them to
roaih the streets and destroy the general
beauty of the city. L. SAMUEL.
DOUGLAS WOULD HONOR JULES
Governor Offers to Make Him Adjutant-General
BOSTON, Nov. 30. (Special.) Lieutenant-
General Nelson A. Miles, retired,
may be Adjutant-General in the admin
istration of Governor Douglas. A rep
resentative of Governor-elect Douglas,
authorized to offer the placo to General
Miles, has been in communication with,
the distinguished soldier. Miles Is not
yet prepared to say whether he will take
the place. He has not .yet seen Mr.
Douglas, who is still at Hot Springs.
If General Miles accepted the office cf
Adjutant-General of Massachusetts be
would receive the full pay, $11,000 a year,
of a Lieutenant-General of the United
States Army, and a salary of $3600 a year,
which the commonwealth pays to the
THE THIRD DAY
Of the Big $12.50 Suit Sale.
The third day of the great woolen mills
sale of men's clothing has demonstrated
that tho people readily respond to a gen
uine reduction sale when advertised by a
reliable and responsible store.
We intend to reduce our stock as much
as possible and until January 1st we will
sell the pick and choice of any of our
high-grade suits for only $12J0.
We show 38 patterns, all of this sea
son's make, and they are worth regular
from $15.00 to $30.00.
BROWNSVILLE WOOLEN MILL3
STORE, Third Street, Opposite Cham
ber of Commerce.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
I am going to dispose of the B. B. Rich
Curio Store. I intend closing by January
1st I will sell goods absolutely below
cost. Here's a chance to do your holi
day shopping at money-saving prices.
B. B. RICH.
MUSIC AT ETT.TvRS.
Special informal recital today at the
Ellers Piano House fine piano exhibit,.
Pianola, Aeolian Pipe Organ and Orches
trelle. Dally from 3 to 4; not Sundays.
WHERE TO DINE.
All the delicacies of the season at the
Portland Restaurant, fine, private apart
ments for parties. 306 Wash., sear Eth.
Harris Trsak Co.
231 Morrison, is headquarters for trunks,
suit cases and bags. Trunks repaired.
Keep the liver and kidneys in order.
Hood's Sarsaparilla. is the remedy to reg
ulate these organs.
MALE CHORDS ORGANIZED
MEMBERSHIP WILL BE LIMITED
Musicians Will Be Under the Leader
ship of Arthur L. Alexander, and
Concerts Will Be Rendered.
Men who sing1 will be more than inter
ested to know that the Orpheus Male
Chorus, consisting exclusively of H select
ed men's voices has just been organized
under tho leadership of Arthur L. Alex
ander, and will give concerts In the near
future. The Orpheus will only work ,
along the lines of high-class music, after i
the pattern of men's vocal societies in
large Eastern cities. The music will be
sung' without any accompaniment, and the
Orpheus members Include the best slng--ers
In Portland. Many of them can at a
moment's notice sing a solo before a
critical audience. The chorus member
ship: Tenors Harry W. Hogue. J. W. Belcher. J.
X. Carson, John Ross Fargo, W. G. Hodsdon,
Dr. George Alnslle, John Gill. John F. Bar
rett, James White, C C. Richard and Ieon M.
Baritones Dona J. Zan, X. C Zan, H. L.
Hudson. P. I. Packard, J. W. Blckford, A. J.
Van tine. K. L. Powers and Louis P. Bruce.
Basses W. A. Montgomery, L. R. Thompson,
Lionel It. Paget, Robert Gordon and Dr. W. A.
There is a need for such an organiza
tion in this city, for it will have nearly
all the vocal field to Itself, as with the
exception of one or two church choruses
the only other organization here singing
male choruses is the Arion Society, which
largely uses the German language in mak
ing up programmes. By the constitution
and by-laws of the Orpheus Male Chorus
the membership Is limited to 24 men, but
there Is a waiting list, and applications
for this list -can be made to the secre
tary, J. W. Blckford, 266 Morrison street.
The names will be placed on file, and af
ter the applicants have passed examina
tions at the hands of tho membership
committee the names of tho successful
singers will be placed on the waiting list,
to be promoted to active membership when
Music has already been selected for ren
dition from the works of Brahms, Wag
ner, Mozart, etc Lighter music Is also
on the list, lullabys, glees, etc Those
who have organized the chorus say they
are In It to stay, and that under the skill
ful direction of Arthur L. Alexander the
Orpheus Male Chorus will develop Into
one of the best. If not the best, men's
voice choirs In the Pacific Northwest. The
next rehearsal of the chorus will take
place Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at Aeoli
an Hall, Park and Washington streets.
'TOOL KILLER" IS MISSING.
Man Crossing Lake In Balloon Is Be
lieved to Have Met Death.
CHICAGO, Nov. 30. Peter Nlssen is
believed either, to have smothered or
frozen to death in his rooming balloon,
the "Fool Killer," In which he started
for a trip across the lake yesterday. The
opinion that Nlssen was lost became gen-,
era! this afternoon when, after 24 hours,
It was found there was still absolutely
no word from the inventor, who some
years ago shot the whirlpool rapids of
Niagara In a barrel. He has not been
sighted by any vessel.
Possibility of Nlssen 3 smothering to
death was considered more definitely
when it was learned that his only sup
ply of air was that pumped Into the
Fool Killer before the craft was
launched. It was said by NIssen's broth
ers, however, that the navigator had fig
ured on his supply of air and was sure it
would last him for a great number of
At tho Weather Bureau. It was said
that even If Nlssen reached the shore he
would suffer from the cold as there was
a snow storm blowing near the Michigan
shore, and as his boat had no means of
heating, the navigator would suffer se
verely. The wind toward midnight in
creased from 25 miles an hour to a 60
REPUBLICANS HOED JUBILEE
Seven Hundred Attend Dinner In New
NEW YORK. Nov. 30. Seven hundred
Republicans attended the jubilee dinner
given tonight at the Waldorf-Astoria In
honor of the victory of President Roose
velt and Vice-President Fairbanks. Presi
dent Roosevelt sent his regrets, as did
also George B. Cortelyou, chairman of
the National Committee. Senator Fair
banks" made a brief speech, leaving early
to take a train for Boston.
Senator Scott, of West Virginia, In a
brief address, said:
"The Republicans went before the coun
try upon the present conditions of the
country and should now let well enough
"If we revise the tariff, we make an
apology to the country we don't owe,"
he - added.
Rothschild Guest of Belmont.
NEW YORK, Nov. 30. Baron Alphonse
Rothschild, head of the French branch of
the Rothschild family of financiers, who Is
now on a visit to this city, has been the
guest at a dinner given by August Bel-
. ' " A'" ' "
Even if you didn't find the
lucky key, don't feel disappoint
ed. Our annual Holiday Special
Sale commences today and you'll
find there all sorts of bargains
from every department in our
big store. They're all in the win
dows and on our first floor, plain
ly marked. Come early, while
choosing is good.
-We Have Mevei to Oar New Btrildleg
MACKINTOSHES, RUBBES AND OIL CLOTHING
Goodyear Rubber Co.
Rubber Boots asd Shoes, Belting Packing, Hose.
Largest and most complete assortment of all kinds of rubber goods.
X. H. PEASE, PRESIDENT.
NEW ADDRESS, 61, S3, 66, 87 FOURTH, CORNER PINE ST- PORTLAND. OR.
BLUMAUER & HOCH
108 and 110 Fcmrth Strt
gU Distributers Ur OngM sjbA WuMasies.
To consult us about your Loose Leaf Ledger and
Supplies, Blank Books or Printing for the New Year
DO IT NOW
AND AVOID THE RUSH
GLASS & PRUDHOMME COMPANY
123-125 FIRST STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON
(OPPOSITE FIRST NATIONAL BANK)
I Japanese Art Sale I
BRASS, LINENS, EMBROID-
t ERED AND SILK KIMONAS 1
Parlor G, Hotel Portland-
mont. The Baron Is understood to be In
this country for an Inspection of the sub
Just received, a- very large ship
ment of Curios, consisting of the lat
est New Brassware, Bronze, Silver
Cloisonne, Ivory Carvings, fine Deco
rated China Tea Sets. Vases., em
broidered Screens, Ladles' an Gents'
Robes and Jatkets, Silk Handker
chiefs, etc Also will positively close
our entire stock of Toys.
ANDREW KAN & CO.
287 Morrison Sf.
. ONLY 5 CENTS
Postage one cent for 1 to 20 package
Send Coin or Stamps. State kinds wanted.
THE SINGER MANFG. CO.
854 Morrlsoa street.
540 'Williams avenue (East).
402 Washington street.
Vithotrt a Rhrxl
His clothes fit Kim so ill, and con
strain him so much, that he seems
rather their prisoner than their
Lord Chesterfield to his son.
You'll always be
the proprietor of
your clothes if they
bear this label
MAKEfcS & NEW yRK
1$ Equal to fine custom-made
in all but price. 9 The makers
guarantee, and ours, with,
every garment. C We are
Exclusive Agents in this city.
31 1 Mormon St, opp. the Post-Office
Open Evenings and Sundays
Hours, 8:30 A. X. until 8 P.M. For tn con
venience of those who cannot come during the
day. we have decided to keep cur offices open
evenings. H&vlne 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 well
as daytimes. Our specialists of world renown
will treat all who come with the courtesy und
care that the Kew York Dentists are so weil
known by. We do not try to compete with
cheap dental work, but do all kinds of flnt
d&ss work at about half that charged by oth
ers. All operations ore guaranteed palnltej.
You can nave your teeth out In the morning
and go home with your NEW TEETH "tnat
fit" the same day.
All work guaranteed, with a protected guar
antee for 10 years.
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED ABSO
LUTELY WITHOUT PAIN, by our lute scien
tific method applied to the gums. No aleep
produclng agents or cocaine.
These are the only denial 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 In charge of a specialist.
Give us a call, and you will find us to do ex
actly as we advertise. We wUI tell you In ad
vance exactly what your work will coat, by a
SET TEETH $3.00
GO 'JD CROWNS S5.00
GOLD FILLINGS SI.OO
BI'-VEE FILLINGS BOo
New York Dental Parlors
Fourth and Morrison Streets. Portland. Or.
"Lie Mother Use J to Mate"
...SOLD LAST YEAR...
IK 2 PIE 10: PACKAGES 1
YOUR GROCER SELLS IT m
Pxctanm List to
N. Y 1
L.TrY X A J
These garments are full-fashioned sateen
tops to drawers, reinforced seams making
it the most serviceable natural wool and
nonshrinkable garment on the market.
Regular price $1.75, today only at $1.35
$7.50 Per Ton- ;
Carbon Hi!! Coal CS
ST.SO Per Ton
You cannot afford to burn Wood
when you can get Coal at these
prices. All of the best grades of
Coal in Stock at all times.
Holmes Coal & Ice Company
353 STARK STREET
CONFIDENTIAL CHAT NO. 70
If the friend or relative, over the selection of whose Christmas gift
you are worrying, weara glasses the solution is easy. Buy him 07 her a
pair of gold spectacles or eye glasses, fitted later by the house that knows
how, and earn tho unstinted gratitude of the recipient-
i 133 SIXTH STREET
REE LAND IN OREGON
?n the richest train, fruit and stock section in
the world. Thousands of acres of land at actual ;
cost of irrigation. Deed direct from State of
Oreron. WRITE TO-DAY. BOOKLET and
MAP FREE. Deschutes Irrigation and Power Com-pany,6io-i
Imperial Hair itasratef
Is rrcponslbla for most ot t&o bmattt&l
ansces o: twr yon oca uhuu. ti uaw
Jutely tralesa, eaallr applied, Jxmtla.
(vblo for Beard and Moifasche. 8asrBlr
ot hair colored tree. Send for Pampclel.
405 Dekum bid?.
From 9 A. M. to
5 P. M.
DAY AND THURS
DAY UNTIL 8 P.M.
hatiiui Cured to Stay Cured.
R1 H m A ForFREETESTtreatmentpro
T1J ilimn pared foryoasendfulldescrip
lon of your case and names of two asthmatio
offerers. FRANK WHETZEL, M.D.,
- 1 flp.run CTnrn BldQ., ChlOSSO
$150 tSL $150
S. W. Corner Fourth arid Morrison.
Boston Painless Dentists
Are now giving their annual CUT?
RATE PRICES on all dental work. Th
charges arn less than college prices,
and all work dono by our painless sys
tem and by specialists ot 12 to 20 years'
NO STUDENTS EMPLOYED.
TEETH extracted, filled or crowned
absolutely without pain by our secrat
preparation applied to the gums.
Extracting Free. Examinations Free.
EilTcr Fllllnes 35cGoId Fillings 75
Gold Crtrnns ...S3.00FnU Bet Teeth. . .83.09
AJL I WORK GUARANTEED
FOR TEN YEARS.
Have your teeth, extracted without
pain and replaced with new ones the
came day. Come In at once and take
advantage of low rates. Be sura you
are In the right place.
Fifth und Morrison Streets.
Entrance 291 Morlson Street. '
Largest Dental concern In the world. ,
Qchwab Printing Co.
3ZST WORK. RZjtSOXABLZ PRICES
2 4 7Ji STARK STREET
More style, better fit and
greater wearing qualities than
are usually found in shoes at
LET YOUR NEXT PAIR
BE AN ELITE
283-85 Morrison Street