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' THE MOSSING OHEGOXIAH, BATUBDAY, JASUA3Y 28, 1903..
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
THE ORXGONIAXS TELEPHONES.
Counting-Room ..... Main 667
Managing Editor Mala 636
Sunday Editor llaln 6235
City Editor latn 166
Sdclety Editor Main 6235
Composing-Room Main 6S5
Superintendent Building Red 2S26
East Side Office Eat (51
2IARQUAM GRATCD THEATER (Morrison
street, between 6th and 7tM Matinee at 2:15
o'clock: last performance William Collier, In
EMPIRE THEATER filth and Morrlfoa arts.)
Matinee at 2:10 tonight at S:15. "Settle the
COLUMBIA THEATER (14 th and "SVafhlngton)
Matinee at 2:15. tonight" at 8:15, 'The
Crime o Dubosa."
GRAND THEATER (Park and "Washington)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30 to 10:20 P. M.
STAR THEATER (Park and "Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2 to 10:30 P. M.
BAKER THEATER (Third and Yamhill)
Continuous vaudeville, 230 to 1030 P. M.
LYRIC THEATER (cor. Alder and 7th) Con
tinuous vaudeville. 2:30 to 1030 P. M.
BIJOU THEATER i6th. near Alder) Farce
comedy, "The Colonel." 230 to 10:30 P. M.
Paek Mass Meeting. Mass meeting of
the friends of parks for each quarter of
the city Lewis and Clark jrrounds lor tne
northwest; "Council Crest" for the south-J
west; Hawthorne Park for the southeast;
Irvineton-Alblna Park for the northeast
at Marquam Grand Theater, Sunday at
3 P. M. Champions of each tract ana
friends of all will speak. Taxpayers, large
and small, and all citizens who love the
beautiful, whether they pay any taxes or
jiot, and arc Interested in making Port
land the most beautiful city in the world,
should be present. Let us have more
tiarks. even if we have to tight lor them.
Mayor "Williams invited to preside. Boxes
reserved for Multnomah delegation. Park
Board and members of City Council and
all city officials invited to seats on the
tage. Governor Chamberlain may come.
United we stand, divided we fall. Right
makes might. Our cause is right. The
Nursert Busikess Active. A carload
of nursery stock from three of the prln
clpal French nurserymen was cleared
through the Custom-House yesterday.
Prominent on th invoice were 185.000 fruit
tree stocks, COW English walnuts, 2500
bcrry-bearlng hollies, 3000 conifers, and a
long list of ornamental trees and shrubs.
They wore for J. B. Pilkington and make
the third carlot received by him thus sea
son. the first containing 2500 Holland
grown rhododendrons and azaleas, while
the Portland Hotel bay trees, which came
from Belgium, were the bulk of the second
car. The duties paid amounted to about
Bors "Were Out Late. George Kelly
and John Martin, both 14 years of age.
were before Judge Hogue yesterday in the
Municipal Court to answer to a charge of
being out on the streets after 8 P., M. To
their parents, who were present. Judge
Hoguo explained that it is the duty of
parents to guide their children and see
that they obey the ordinances of the city.
The boys were dismissed with a repri
mand. The youngsters were arrested by
Policeman Smith while they were loiter
ing about a vaudeville house.
Mat Get Through Service. The peo
ple of St. Johns and the Peninsula will
probaOly get a through car service some
time before June. They have been cir
culating a petition to the Portland Con
nolldated Railway asking for direct serv
ice without the transfer depot at Pied
mont? and it is announced that in order
to give the direct service asked for and
bring the SL Johns cars into Portland
some changes will have to be made that
may delay giving the service for several
Weil-Known Evangelists in Port
iA2aJ. Messrs. Toy and Dickson, who
have been associated with J. Wilbur
Chapman in the great Denver revival, will
cpend Sunday In Portland. They will
conduct a mass meeting tomorrow even
ing at the First Presbyterian Church. The
famous "Glory Song" will be sung by a
chorus of 100 voices. Dr. Hill will preach
In the morning and as a prelude will
epeak of the "Local-Option Amendment-"
Presiding Elder Returns. Dr. L. E
Rockwell, presiding elder East Portland
district, Methodist Episcopal Church, re
turned yesterday from a two-weeks' trip
to Mehama, Lyons Center, Valley and
other points in the southern portion of his
district. He was helping the churches In
their special services. Next week he will
be at Albany. Lebanon. Jefferson and In
the neighborhood, it being the second
quarter of the year.
Reason for Everything. The lnde
pendent Meat Company, 127 First street.
phone Main 3277, is the only direct raiser
and killer of best Eastern Oregon cattle
In Portland. It offers sirloin steaks, 10c a
pound; boiling meat, 5c and 6c a pound;
choice rolled roast, 9e, and all meats in
proportion. 127 First street. Main 3277.
Accused of Swindling. W. A. Moore.
who is alleged to have sold a cigar store
for ?500 to Charles Scott, is under arrest
at Dallas on a charge of obtaining money
under false pretenses. He Is said to have
swindled the purchaser In the transaction.
Acting Detective Vaughn left last night to
bring him back for trial.
Evangelist Through Here. Rev.
Ralph Glllam, who has been holding
evangelistic meetings in Centenary and the
Second Baptist Churches, held his final
service last night in Centenary. He will
leave today for Tacoma. whore he has
been engaged to conduct a scries of
Preparing an Entertainment. The
Alumni Association of the Brooklyn
School is pro paring an entertainment to
be given In the assembly hall of this
school February 3. The association is
1 el ping to furnish the hall, having al
ready ordered several dozen chairs.
New M. E. Church at Boring. A. new
Methodist Episcopal church will be built
in Boring, on the Springwater branch
of the O. W. P. line, during the year.
building lot has just been donated for
the building and some money collected
lor tho building fund.
Made 25 Converts. Special revival
meetings held for the past two weeks in
the First Evangelical Church. East Sixth
and Market streets, closed last evening.
now u. v. Piumer, who has been coa
ducting the services, reports 25 conver
The "White Temple only holds 2000 peo
rlo. Come early if you want a Mat. Dr.
Brougher's topics Sunday: Morning, "God
and i;" night. "If I "Were a Millionaire.'
The Ollphant Slstors sing. Baptism.
Pillseurt's Flour! Pillsbury's Flour
Car Just received. The best and strongest
nour at any price. Three gold medals at
fet. Louis Fair. Ask your grocer for it.
Ife can got It from "Wadhams & Kerr
The New Steamer "Prentiss" sails dl
rect for San Francisco from Couch-street
dock. Saturday, January 2S. 5 P. M. Cabin
312, second JS. Meals and berths Included
F. P. Baumgartner. agent. Main SCL
Good Size House "Wanted, either fur
nished or unfurnished. "West Side. "Will
pay good rent and take lease for long or
short term. N 96, Oregonlan.
Calvart Presbtterian Church. Dr.
D. S. Toy. evangelist, will preach and
Frank Dixon, singing evangelist, will sin
at morning service.
Rosenthal's, 119 Third street, announco
this as tho closing day of their inventory
sale of fine shoes.
Two P. M. and 7 P.M. dally, everything
at auction at the B. B. Rich Curio Store,
323 Sixth street.
Fine Store For Rent. Kear 7th and
"Washington, $123. Address today only, E.
Get Pillsdury's Flour from your gro
cer. "Wadhams & Kerr Bros., agents.
First Methodist Church services Ih'
Todat is the last day of RoscnthaTs
great inventory sale.
"Wise Brok-. dentists. Third and "Wash.1
Drink "Woostcrs coffee and keep -welL
Try the Cottage "WaiQo today. K6 6th.
Fire Under Bridge. A fire of ifiys-
tcrions origin in a workshop under the.
Morrisan-street bridge at S o'clock, last
night called out the nre department. Tfle
flames were quickly quenched. There was
P0R A HEUITG BUREAU.
Mr. Fisk Gives Reasons Why It
Should Be Established.
PORTLAND. Jan. 26. -(To the Editor.)
In your special Salem correspondence of
January 25 I note an Item headed, "No
Demand for a Mining Bureau. which
Quotes a member of the mining committee
as saying that the miners are not asking
or It. and ton demand comes from men
who are looking for positions, or have some
personal ends to serve, etc I think this
is a great mistake. There are only two
bills Introduced In tho Legislature for a-
mlnlng bureau, one by Senator "Wbealdon,
of "Wasco, and the other by Senator Brown
ell and R. G. Smith, of Josephine. In the
House the two are Identical. The latter I
had a hand in drawing up. I am sure Sen
ator Whealdon has no aspirations In that
line. He is neither seeking a job nor has
a personal end to serve, and I am positive
that I have no such views, for I have a
standing oiler for & permanent position,
the salary of which would cover twice the
amount that these"ills provide for any
position In the mining bureau. It is the
superintendence of one of the largest mining
concerns in Oregon, but I doubt very much
whether I shall accept it. It Is the same
old plea he wants the Job for the money
there is In it.
I hardly agree with the assertion that the
gold miners of the state have no particular
Interest in a bureau of mines and are not
asking -for IL Why should they? Gold min
ing Is only one of the great Industries of
Oregon, although I may say it Is the great
est. Its product Is constantly adding to
the permanent stock of man's possessions
and the wealth of the world, and tho gold
miners who' produce this metal can take
care of themselves and are not affected by
a bureau of mines, unless you attemp to
hamper them by scores of inspectors, which
was done two years ago in the bill effectu
ally squelched by Governor Chamberlain.
X hope for all time. A bureau of mines or
bureau of information, it matters not' by
what name you call it. is intended to se
cure officially all Information concerning the
commercial products of the state, such as
cement material, fire clay, stonewares, all
kinds of corundum, coal and iron, oil springs,
wolframite, molybdenite, porcelain material.
graphite, lithla ore and a thousand other
products I might mention that the gold min
ers of our state know nothing about and
Tou are Inviting Immigration and capital
ists to come to our state, and telling them
of the profitable fields for Investment, Its
desirable locality for residence, but you are
unable to furnish them any satisfactory evi
dence of those great resources of wealth In
which our state Is so prolific, the location,
accessibility or feasibility of their produc
tion. One asks If we have marble or lime
quarries and where they are located. "The
building stonn I saw In Su Louis labeled
granite Is only sylnlte."
The numerous Inquiries received by the
Chamber of Commerce, Board of Trade,
the Lewis and Clark Commissions and hun
dreds that I have received from all over
tho United Stater, from people desirous of
settling in our state and engaging In some
of these industries, all testify to the Im
portance of some such bureau of Informa
tion, where authentic knowledge can be
found. I am interested, in common with
other Oregonlans, in this matter, and would
advise any one who Is Interested to read
over these bills, and If not meritorious, or
not calculated to open up the resources of
our state and Induce the Investment of large
capital within our border, and tending to
largely increase the taxable property in Ore
gon, then I say. kill the bllL And to tho
foreign investor or inquirer I say apply to
California. Idaho, Washington and Mon
tana mining bureaus for such official in
formation as you may desire. In Oregon wa
keep no such information for the benefit
of the public. Abolish the Chamber of
Commerce, the Boakd of Trade and yoia
tho Lewis and Clark Exposition a failure
Relegate Tom Richardson and his develop
ment leagues to the shades of rest and
say to tho anxious Inquirers: "We will per
mit you to do business in Oregon if you
will pay a license tax; If you incorporate a
company we will tax you for that. If you
undertake to do anythingwo will stop you,
and if you don't do anything we will vag
you." J. H. FISK.
"SE SARAH ROSE."
Beautiful Waltz Song of Arditi's to
Be Sung by Melba.
But three days remain until the great
est musical event of the season, Melba's
concert, will be given at the Armory.
Tenth and Couch streets, Monday evening.
January 30. Seats are selling ia the lobby
of the iiarquam Grand Theater. The vo
cal waltz, "Se Saran Rose," which Melba
will sing, is one of tho best known of the
many compositions for the concert stage
written by Lulgl Ardltl in the later years
of his life. Although he produced a num
ber of operas during his busy life, he was
best known, as a composer, by his vocal
compositions in dance forms which de
mand perfection in oolorature work for
their proper Interpretation. Most of these
compositions were first sung under his
baton by Patti and Gerster -while they
were members of opera companies of
which he was the conductor.
SELECTS NEW OFFICERS.
Federated Trades Council Holds Its
The Portland Federated Trades Council
last night, at its meeting in Union Hall
Second and Stark streets, elected tho fol
M. P. Cannon. IvHurshnrpmnn' Tinier.
president: George H. Harrington. Leather
worKcrs union, vice-president; J. w.
Gorman. Carpet Layers' and Drapers'
Union, treasurer: Grant McDonald. Press'
men's Union, secretary; E. Keegan, Gar
ment Workers' Union, statistical secre
tary, and L. Kendlg, Brewery Drivers
and Bottlers Union, sorgeant-at-arms.
THE BABY GRAND PIANO.
It is the Instrument coveted by all mu
sicians, but possessed by few on account
of Its price. Here is a chance to get a
magnificent specimen for actual wholesale
price, which brings it down to price of an
upright, "Will you miss the chance, or
take advantage of It? A. w. Meyer,
The B. B. Rich Curio Store will have a
continuous auction, starting at 2 o'clock
running without stopping until every ar
ticle is sold. Positive sale. o reserve.
WHERE TO DINE.
All tho delicacies of th season at tho
Portland Restaurant, fine, private apart
ments for parties. 206 wash., near Eth.
PINE STOKE !0R RENT.
Near Seventh and "Washington. 513. Ad
dress today only, E 37, Oregonlan..
Meetings at Men's Resort.
There will bo three big meetings held
tonight at the Men's Resort. Tho first
event of the programme will be a concert
which will be given by tho Y. "W. C A.
Mandolin Club. This will be followed by
a lecture and stereoptlcon views by Miss
Julia Hatch, ex-mlsslonary to Laos. Slam.
Miss Hatch will appear In Siamese dress,
She will Illustrate her talk "with pictures.
and will give an interesting account of
the customs of the people. Tho feature
of the evening will be the evangelistic
meeting. The services will be conducted
by Rev. TL A. Toy. and his singer. Frank
Dixon. Dr. Toy is one of the Rev. J.
"Wilbur Chapman's assistants. Ho Is a
strong speaker, and possessed of great
personal magnetism. There will also be a
Sunday afternoon meeting at the Men
Resort and a late meeting; commencing
at 10 o clock.
WRITE US FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES OF
Nfi, PACKING AND HOSE
HEADQUARTERS ECR ALL KINDS OF RUBBER" GOODS
GOODYEAR RUBBER COMPANY
K. H. PEASE. PRESIDENT.
NEW ADDRESS, 1. CS. 3. 67 FOURTH. CORNER PINE ST- FORTLAND. OK.
BLUMAUER & HOCH
108 end 110 Fovrtk Strt
Sol DSatribatara Xor Oregon sad
DEALS WITH TARTAR
Grand Jury Is Busy With Land
CASE WILL BE A LONG ONE
Many of the Cases to Be Investigated
May Not Come Up Before March
Session New Indictments
The Butte Creek Land & Livestock
Company is like the mythical cat with the
nine lives. It Is hard to finish. Yesterday
morning the Federal grand Jury spent Its-
time listening to a few of the witnesses
who know of the dealings of tho com
pany and in the early afternoon the same
procedure was gone through with again.
Nothing has been done, so far as surface
indications point, and nothing will bo
dono this week, so it is said.
The slowness and tedium of the exam
inations will not end with tho month. It
Is now stated, but will run into February.
There are many things yet to come up
which have not been touched and .which
cannot be neglected. The slowness of tho
Investigations into the matters now be
ing consideredvwill make it necessary to
prolong the session for a greator period
than was hoped would be the case.
iew Indictments will be returned before
the first of the month. It Is thought, but
who, or how many, will be Involved Is
not known and can only bo guessed at.
Many Yet to Come.
It sow develops that many of the cases
which are capable of Investigation and
possible Indictment will not be examined
until the March term of the jury. Tho
work of the present session Jias been too
heavy for much more to be undertaken
than is now being worked upon, and for
this reason all those things which can run
against the statute of limitation will be
allowed to lapse for the time until the
March session Is ready to take a fresh
start upon the work of uncovering the
fraud and conspiracies of the past two or
two and a half years.
The Jury adjourned yesterday afternoon
at an early hour, owing to the partial
illness of Mr. Heney. It will, however,
again take up the consideration of testi
mony this morning at the usual time.
PAYOR CALIFORNIA JUNKET.
Councilmen Give Views of Proposed
From remarks dropped at the City Hall
yesterday by several Councilmen It Is
probable that the Jaunt will be made to
Los Angeles, in spite of public protest.
"I want to know." said Mr. Zimmerman,
"If the neople of Portland aro standing in
with the monopoly. The Pacific States
Telephone Company is a monopoly. There
Is no question about it. But I want to see
these new telephones before I vote for
a franchise. If the instruments are not
as good as they "Say, do you think I would
vote for them to come In here? Of course
I won't. I know some Councilmen who
are willing to vote for the new company
without seeing it. Well, I can count them
on my fingers. I havo one hand up. Will
that pass it? If I want to go to Los An
geles, why I can go and I will not have
to borrow any money from the people
that are making the howL I can afford
to go to Los Angeles or New York or Eu
rops. If I wish to."
"Aro "you opposed to the Los Angeles
trip?" was asked by Councilman Flcgel,
Jokingly. A fierce look surmounted his
generously proportioned countenance, and
showing his teeth ferociously he said:
"Of course I am not opposed to it. Why,
groat heavens and earth, I hear all over
the city: 'Well, if you think you can give
us a better telephone system, why don't
you go?" I believe In it and I am going
to go if the others do."
"When will tho trip take place?"
"I don't know, exactly, but I feel that it
will occur some time In February."
"What is the precise nature of what the
Empire Electric Company has agreed to
"They haven't agreed to anything. I
anticipate that they will entertain us Just
as you or I would if we wore interested
in something and had a prospective In
vestor with us."
Another Councilman stated he had
heard remarks to the effect that some
persons- did not know what the public
was protesting about when a little trip
was proposed for Councilmen who had
worked three years for the munificent
sum of $25 a month.
"Supposing ItVwas a pleasure trip. Why,
v."0 deserve it. But aside from that, we
aro going to do the city some good. There
is no question but what we will learn
something by visiting other cities that
will be of material benefit to the city."
Other Councilmen were reticent about
expressing any opinion on the Junket. The
matter will come up before the next
meeting of the Council, and will be de
cided. Argue Motion for Retrial.
A motion for a retrial of the luit of
turn Dong vs. the Sanborn-Cutting Com
pany was argned and submitted by the
defendants In the United States Court
Without a RhrtJ
Restaurant when in search of an appe
tirinir dinner at something less than "sky-
hlgn ' prices, and if anything, edibles or
service, is not to your liking, we would
be pleased to have you report at the cash
ier s desk, we aro in tne ousiness to
make money, but know full well that we
must please our patrons and that's what
4th and Stark
yesterday. The case, which was recently
tried before Judge Bellinger, was insti
tuted to recover an alleged balance due
on a salmon-packing contract, and a ver
dict was found In favor of the plaintiff. .
Heard in the Cor
ridors The Respective Merita of Trro
Blnntlns Impositions Dis
cussed. IT WAS In the committee room of the
Council Chamber yesterday. Just after
tho clouds .of war had wafted away on
the heavy tobacco-smoke atmosphere. The
franchise for the proposed Hlllsboro road
had been discussed heatedly and the aft
ermath waxed warmer. There was some
doubt as to the extent of the Oregon
Traction Company's enterprise.
"Why, I wlBh you to understand," said
H. A. Brandon, consulting engineer, "that
If this road was only to be built to the
city limits the company I represent would
not want the contract. But a few weeks
ago I put In a blast on a road In Cali
fornia that raised tons and tons of rock
that amounted to more than half the
yardage In this whole proposition."
"Why that's nothing," said Mr. Rume
lln. "We put in a blast here on the
Astoria & Columbia River Railroad a few
years ago that raised h and the Co
Ed Schiller and wife left yesterday for
an extended trip through the East, South
west and Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Samuel leave home to
night on a three weeks' trip to New York.
Mr. Samuel goes on business. They will
return by way of San Francisco, where
they will visit their daughter, whose home
is in that city.
Dr. W. T. Williamson, who for the past
year has been associated with Dr. Coe in
the management of the Mount Tabor
Nervous Sanitarium, has sold his inter
ests to R- M. Tuttle, of Xorth Dakota,
and will at once commence the private
practice of his profession.
W. Woods, a director of the Whitman
Mining Company, of Pearl, Idaho, and
Alfred Braun, secretary of the same com
pany, are guests at the Perkins. Mr.
Woods says that mining In Idaho Just at
present is booming and that the mine-
owners are looking, forward to a very
XEW YORK. Jan. 27. (Special.) North
western people registered In New York
hotels today as follows:
Seattle BreslFn. A. Hlrsch; Imperial. F.
Salem. Or. St. "Denis, H. D. Thlelsen
Spokane Imperial. J. W. Anderson, W.
H. Brett; Hotel Astor. W. D. Hall.
Tho Denver a Rio Grande scenery U
even more beautiful in Winter than Sum
mer. Travel East via that lino and spend
a aay in aau lake uiit.
St. Louis Exposition
Cleanses and beautifies the
teeth and purines the breath.
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century.
Very convenient for tourists.
4 --v "
Tonka, the usual cheat for
vanilla, costs one or two cents
for a certain amount;
Schilling's Best vanilla a dol
lar. One is strong; the other is
fine. One is rank ; the other is
delicate. Nevertheless four
fifths of "vanilla" is tonka.
The 9S cents accounts for it.
cr btdly BUacbctf Hxir.
Imperial Hair Regenerator,
wUlretaedythls. Any shade trom Blark
ta Iho lightest Ash Blonde prodnetd.
Colors aro dnnbla. "EssllrstrDUed. At
aolotely tardea. Sample of hair col.
I37E1UI CBEfilCU. 118. CO. 135 W. 231 ST., 1EV TO IK
Bold br Wood&rd Clarko & Co.
New York Dental Parlors
4X21 AND JIORRISON" ST&. POBTXAXD,
H&vlnx Jiul vuiuyletcd remodeling, re
furnishing and re-cqulpplng our omce with
all the latest improved, modern appliances,
both electrical and mechanical, we are bet
ter prepared than ever to complete all kinds
of operations wltn great skill and dispatch.
Oar specialists of world renovra will treat
all who come- with the courtesy and care
that the New York Dentists axe so well
known bjr. We do not try to compete with
cheap dental work, but do all kinds of llrst
class work at about halt that charged by
others. All operations are guaranteed pain
less. Tou can have your teeth out In the
morning and go home with your NEW
it.r.ih "that flf tho same day.
All work guaranteed, with a protected
guarantee for 10 years.
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN, by our
late tcienuhc methods applied to the gums.
No sleep-producing agents or cocaine,
These are the only dentaz parlors In Port
latiu itavlng i-Alj.NTED APPLIANCES and
Ingredients to extract, nil and apply gold
crowns and porcelain crowns undetect
able from natural teeth. Alt work done by
GRADUATED DENTISTS of from 12 to 20
years experience, and each department In
charge of & specialist. Give us a call, and
you will find us to do exactly as we adver
tise. We will tell you la advance exactly
what your work wlU cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. SET TEETH. J5.09
GOLD CROWNS , $5.08
GOLD FILLINGS $1-00
SILVER IXLUNGS 50e
New York .Dental Parlors
Hours 3:30 A. 1L to 6 P. M.: Sundays and
holidays. 8:30 to I P. it.
Fourth an& Morrison St.. Portland. Or.
FOR TOILET AND BATH
Delicate enough for the soften
skin, and yet efficacious in rernovinj
any stain. Keeps the skin in perfect
condition. In the bath gives all tha
desirable after-effects of a Turkish
hath. It should be on vcry vash
I ALL GROCBKS AK DRUGGISTS
.V.- . y -
of the J? act
that today, Monday
and Tuesday will be
-the grand finale of
our great annual sale
Positively the last opportunity this
year to purchase such high - grade
Clothing, Furnishings and Hats at sen
sational reductions. At regular prices
we offer the best values on the coast.
Today, Monday and Tuesday will make
it doubly interesting, for every article
from the most inexpensive Handker
chief to the finest Suit or Overcoat
will be sold at a great sacrifice a few
contract and agency goods excepted
The Largest Clothing House in the
I CONFIDENTIAL CHAT No. Ill
S Heading is a pleasant pastime and can Tie freely indulged in when
vision is normal, hut if the letters "blur and reading is followed hy 5
headaches and throhhing eyehalls you-need attention from 2
THE HOUSE THAT KNOWS HOW f
2 133 SIXTH STREET
Quality considered, then any other
Needles, Oil, Repairs
FOR at.t. -irATT-res AX
334 Morrison Street.
C40 Williams Avenue (Hast Side.)
405 Dekum bldr.
From 3 A. 1C to
E P. M.
DAY AND THURS
DAY "UNTIL 8P.il.
gchwab Printing Co.
BZSY WORK. RSjtSOtfjiSLE TRICZS
247K STARH STREET
STOP A MINUTE
And Think About These Prices for Saturday
Boys' $1.75 Steel Shod for SI. 35
Little Gent's $1.50 Steel Shod for 1.1 O
xBoys' $2.50 Box Calf for 1.75
Little Gents' $1.75 Box Calf for.... 1.25
Boys $2.75 Storm High Top for 1 .95
Little Gents' $2 Storm High Top for 1 .65
Misses' $1.75 Vici Kid for 1.30
Child's $1.65 Vici Kid for 1.20
Misses';$1.65 Box Calf for 1.20
Child's $1.50 Box Calf for 1.1 O
AT CUT PEICES.
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FOR 30 DAYS
Boston Painless Dentists
Are now giving their annual CUT-RATE
PRICES on all dental work. The charges
are less than college prices, and all work
done by our painless system and by special
ists of 12 to 20 vrs experience.
Prices tntil March 1.
Extracting Free, I Examinations Free.
Silver Fillings SScjGoId Fillings T6a
Gold Crowns . ..$3.00 Fnll Set Teeth... $3.00
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
FOR TEN YEARS.
Have your teeth extracted without pain
and replaced with new ones the same day.
Come in at once and take advantage- of low
rates. Be sure you are in the right place.
Boston Painless Dentists
Fifth and Morrison Streets.
Entrance 29I Morrison Street.
Largest Dental Concern In the World.
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