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CTIY NEWS IN BRIEF
Managing Editor ...Main 7070. A 8095
City Editor Main 7070. A 6095
Sunday Editor Main 7070. A 0095
Advei tislng Department. .Main 7070. A 6005
City Circulation Main 7070. A 609S
Composing-room Main 7070. A 6095
Printing-room : Main 7070. A 6095
Superintendent Building. .Main 7070. A 6095
HEIIIO THEATER (Broadway, at Taylor)
"The Spoilers" In films from 1 to 11 P. M.
BAKER (Broadway and Sixth, between Al
der and Morrison) Baker Players In "A
"Woman's Way." This afternoon at 2:15
and tonight at 8:15.
LYRIC (Fourth and Stark) Musical com
edy. "My Wife's Husband." This after
noon at 2:30 and tonight at 7:30 and 9:10.
PANTAGES (Broadway and Alder)
formance 2:30. 7:30 and 8:30.
MARCUS LOEW EMPRESS (Broadway and
Yamhill) Continuous from 1:30 to 11.
NATIONAL. Park and Stark.
PEOPLES West Park and Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
GLOBE: Eleventh and Washington. '
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
OAKS RINK Roller skating. Special at-
Kelbo School, to Entertain Satur- I
dat Night. An entertainment and
basket social will be held In the Kelso
schoolhouse. near Pleasant Home, next
Saturday night to aid in securing play-
srrrtUTKi Anninmnt A varlAd rim
gramme will be rendered. It will begin BAU CHECKS FOR 230 PASSED
FORGER OPERATES HERE
- WHILE SEARCH GOES OX.
Banks, Hotels and Merchants Lose
' Kearly S20OO to Man Suspected
of Country-Wide Exploits.
with the song. "Star-Spangled Banner,
school; wand drill, pupils of upper
grades; music, Lester Irwin and John
Maroney; folk dance, "I See You,"
primary grades; song, "Sweet and
Low." eighth grade girls; recitation.
Our Hired Girl," Lee Barnum; vocal
solo, "Somewhere," Miss Erickson;
reading, "Tit for Tat," Mrs. J. Barnum;
costume song, "Three Maids of Lee," While detectives and police depart
Eunice and Dorothy Jonsrud and I ments ail over the United States and
Hazel Dunn; comic pantomime, six Canada were conducting a vigorous
pupils;-Dutch love song, Lily Jonsrud search for him a forger was passing
and Lester Irwin; dialogue, upper grade I S2500 worth of forged checks on bank
pupils; song, "Star or the evening," I ers, hotels and merchants of Portland
school. I The man. who registered at the Mult-
Matt Foeller Laid to Rest. Fu- I nomah Hotel as L. C. Best, is believed
neral services for Matt Foeller. who by Francis S. Alkus, manager of the
died at the family residence, 634 John-1 local Burns agency, to be the mys
son street. Saturday, were held vester- I terious penman known as F. Holtz and
day morning from St. Joseph's Catholic I O. B. Brooks, who printed and passed
Church and interment was made in I thousands of dollars' worth of forged
Mount Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Foeller I money orders on Wells. Fargo & Co.
was a Councilman in this city ten years I in different cities throughout tne .cast.
ago. He was E2 years old. ' He is I His latest exploit was to defraud the
survived by a widow. He was a mem- I Bank of Italy, Los Angeles, a few days
ber of the Catholic Order of Foresters, I ago on forged vouchers and checks.
the Elks, United Artisans
Knights of Columbus.
and the I He is believed to be heading north.
Mr. Alkus said last night that he
Pendleton Man Buried in Lone Fir.
Funeral services of Jacob Hohback,
aged 47, who died at Pendleton, Or.,
Saturday last, were held yesterday
at Holman's Chapel, and the Interment
was made in Lone Fir Cemetery. He
is survived by his widow, Mrs. Anna
Hohback, and was brother of Otto Hoh
back, of Pendleton, Or.; Jerome and
Ernest Hohback, of San Francisco;
Mrs. T. J. Parker. Los Angeles, CaL,
and Henry Hohback, of Alaska. Mr.
Hohback was a member of Mount Hood
Tent, No. 17, Portland; Camp No. 41,
Woodmen of the World, Pendleton;
Eagle Lodge, Pendleton; Royal Order
of Moose, No. 78, Pendleton, and Wo
men of Woodcraft, Pendleton Circle
Sell wood Girl Arrives in Alaska.
Miss Winona Mallett, of Sellwood,
from Sitka, Alaska, writes her parents
of her safe arrival there, where she
went to become a teacher among the
Indians. She says she teaches a class
of 69 Indian children from 9 A. M. to
4 P. M. She likes her work. She
speaks of several of her students
coming in one day from a hunt with
nine deer and six ducks. Her Port
land friends will be glad to hear that
she is content and happy in her work
among the Alaskan Indians and keeps
too busy to become homesick. Her
Indian pupils, she says, are well be
haved and easily managed.
Election Questions Answered.
Many persons in doubt as to where
they should vote visited the court
house yesterday to find out and were
happily surprised to find that the
polling place was in the front entrance.
This was the voting headquarters for
Precinct 65. A number who live out
side the county but wanted to cast their
votes for candidates for state offices
and the amendments also came to the
Courthouse and voted there. As else
where, there was a heavy percentage
of registered voters represented during
the day and women voters made
practically as good a showing as the
Mission Circle to Meet. The
monthly literary meeting of the Flor
ence Mead Mission Circle of the Unt
versalist Church will be held Novem
ber 6 at 2:30 o'clock at the residence
of Dr. D. Breuer, 761 Broadway street.
The paper of the afternoon will be
given by Mrs. R. E. Gehr whose topic
will be "Elijah the Prophet and His
Message to Our Day." The hostesses
will be Mrs. Dr. Bertha Breuer and
Mrs. M. C. Winters. Final arrange
ments will be made for the harvest
supper and sale in the social hall of the
church Friday afternoon and evening
Washington High School Rally Is
Tonight. The Washington High School
Alumni Association will hold a rally
tonight in room No. 6 in the Wash
ington High School. There will be an
election of officers and plans . for a
dance will be adopted at this meet
ing. All old members and new mem
bers, former students of Washington
High School and graduates, are invited
to be present. It is planned to make
the affair a complete reunion of old
friends and students of the school.
Drama League Meets Tonight. The
first reading of the series arranged
for the members of the Drama League
will be given tonight at 8 o'clock in
the Tyrolean room of the Hotel Ben
son. Galseworthy's "The Mob" will be
read by Miss Hammond. These meet
ings are for members only, but ar
rangements have been made by which
membership cards may be obtained at
the door by those who have not pre
viously joined the league.
Ladies' Auxiliary Committee- Meets.
A special meeting of the executive
committee and chairman of the booths
for the bazaar to be held November 20.
ladies' auxiliary of the Sellwood Y. M.
C A.; was held Monday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. W. D. Palmer, 674
Nehalem avenue. Plans for the bazaar
were considered and adopted. It was
decided to have a great variety of
Fire Causes $1000 Damages. Fire
caused by the explosion of a coal oil
stove in the storehouse of the Electric
Sugar Cone Company, makers of ice
cream cones, at 304 East Washington
street, caused about $1000 damages
yesterday. The stock was largely de
stroyed. but the machinery was not
damaged. The fire was confined to the
lower floor and the apartments above
were not disturbed.
Societt to Send Barrel op Canned
Fruit. The Women's Missionary So
ciety of the Sellwood Baptist Church
will meet this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
to finish up a barrel of canned fruit
and a box of clothes to be sent-to 61
orphan children in Alaska, who are
kept in an orphanage in charge of
Rev. J. E. Learn, formerly of Port
Consumers" League Meets Today.'
An important event of this afternoon
will be the annual meeting of the
Consumers' League. which will be held
at 3 o clock in the Library, room A.
Mrs. Henry Russell Talbot will pre
side. The election of officers and the
reports of committees will be features
Superintendent L. R. Alderman will
apeak on "Vocational Education."
Y. M. C. A. Secretary Back. H. W.
Stone, general secretary of the Port
land Y. M. C. A. returned yesterday
from Seattle and Bellingham, Wash., I
Where he made several speeches sup
porting the prohibition cause in that
state. Physical Direotors Grilley and
Smith left for Seattle to attend the
. meeting of the Physical Directors' So
ciety November 4 to 10.
. . Alumni Meet Tonight. The Wash
ington High School Alumni Associa
tion, will hold a big rally in the high
school assembly hall tonight at 8
o'clock. There will be a programme by
the alumni members. All graduates of
Washington High School are urged to
attend. The girls are requested to bring
St. Agatha's Court to Celebrate.
-. St. Agatha's Court, No. 1004, Catholic
Order Foresters, will celebrate its first
anniversary tomorrow night in St.
Agatha's- Hall, corner East Fifteenth
street and Miller avenue. Cards and
dancing will be the amusements, and
refreshments will be served.
For Rent. West Side, fine six-room
corner flat, fireplace, furnace with hot
water coil and every convenience. 721
Kearney, corner 22d; rent reasonable.
Call East 4496, mornings and evening.
Election Is Over Things are already
picking up, order your coal . today
Portland & Suburban Coal Co., phone
Main 868, A 33&8. W. R. Stearns, Mgr.
Dr. A. A. AnspLnxD removed to La
fayette bldg., nortUeast cor. 6th and
Coal Given to Charity. Having won believes the forger printed the trav
a ton Of coal at the Rotary ClUO I eiera ciibcks m cmcagu, lur, Ktuiu-
luncheon vesterday at the Benson I lng to Dorsey B. Smith, local agent for
Hotel, c TZ. Cochran in turn donated I Cooks tours, the checks do not in any
the coal to the suDDlies that the club way resemble the genuine. The forger
is gathering for its Christmas chari- I wrote letters on October 16 from fash
table work. The coal was put up for I lonaoie cnicago noteis to tne juuitno-
a Drlze bv the Willamette Valley Fuel mah and the Perkins asking for reser
Company. Speeches were made on the vatlons. In his letter to the Multnomah
The Fitness of Po-
litz Dress Clothes
tj speaking of evening
clothes, how 'many garments
fit the occasion that fail to
fit the wearer !
J How many tuxedos and
claw-hammers conform to
convention that fail to con
form to anything else!
J How few, indeed, that can
hold a candle to- Politz
clothes for style and mobil
ity of line. . '
J These evening garments
of ours this Fall are master
pieces of making and studies
in style. -
CJ Even in the implacable
black and white uniformity
of evening, they are distin
guishable, individual, not dis
similar, and yet not quite
Rotary Club and its principles by T.
B. Waters, H. E. Judge and W. O.
Mbi.vtw Ci Ohbitm Arrests ty Melvln fresh roses in his wife
G. Green, indicted by the grand jury aay'
last Saturday on a charge of non-sun-
Best, alias many other names, said he
wanted. an automobile at his disposal
for about two weeks and also desired
Local detectives say Best probably
port, was arrested yesterday at OregoV came direct to Los Angeles after writ
City by Sheriff Mass, of Clackamas ing to the local hotels from Chicago.
Countv. and was brought to the Countv According to the forger's characteris-
Jall, where he Is held awaiting trial. I tic custom, he made the rounds of the
Green was tried on this charge last various aowntown stores oaiuruij
Julv in District Court before Judge afternoon. At Meier & Frank's he or
Bell, but the court strongly advised a aerea a. gown xor nis wire, wno
reconciliation between the man and I failed to arrive. He told the saleslady
his wife and allowed him to go. he wanted the gown for a surprise
Ad Club to Discuss Faker. The ana naa lne young iaay try tne
efforts to eliminate the advertising K"wn on. ,
f-w.r r.m ty.. .,,,. h.tcino.,. vn,u I He visited Llpman, Wolfe & Co., Olds,
will be discussed at the luncheon of Wortman & King, R. M. Gray & Co..
the Portland Ad Club at the Portland .cusiern outlining wompany, eras-
ueia .forges, in. iieDes sc uo., Den
Khivelv. M N Dana and F. J. Jaecrer. selling. Lion Clothing Company ana
Manager Pieroner. of the Empress Thea- umtsr wrra. no caaueu uu
tor win unH a -an n rtovi 11 loam in I checks at the Multnomah, and in addl
assist in the sDecial entertainment of u le" a om lor sou unpaia wnen ne
the dftv 1 left. He also cashed checks at the
tt1 xt it . . . -c vr tt-h jrumana ana tne nenson
city, died Monday night at his resl- ...t the Portland the forger left a
dence, 313 Twenty-third street North, "u,."-" co" """i ns BO Vau sa?J 1 . ,ns
' r v, : ee '' ,V. Benson and Multnomah hotels he left
and came to Portland 45 years ago.. He """cases containing window weights
R. M. Gray was the first to report
the loss. He notified Captain of De
tectives Baty late Monday that a small
cneck had been passed on him by a
A .1. 1 TT TJ--M.. I " " .."-w ... ... l.... ......
testrdav1" The TS vnifthwS " th officer had " dlEovere? that
yesterday The two are youths whoK v. I-, -u r
' DO - t tho forger had left the city Mr. Gray
essayed a lire or crime, the iormer I f t t - ,
being an amateur burglar and the lat- -tnoa T cn , " ,
ter having escaped from corrective !m.ali'S3 and Salle was called "
restrain his criminal tendencies.
is survived by a widow and one son,
E. N. Hall. Funeral services will be
held at the Portland Crematorium at
11 A. M. Thursday
Bots Go to Reform School. Joe
Pay Your Election Bets With Brook
or Beaver $3 Hats
The new Fall shapes in "Brook" and "Beaver" $3
Hats represent the last word in style and color tones.
Many new effects in high and medium crown soft
shapes, in every shade. New Derbie3 in a score of
blocks to fit every man's face and figure. They're
superb values at $3.00. Others in
Grannis, Colwood and Calvert
English Hats, $4.00 and $5.00.
Stetson's newest shapes and
shades at $4.00 to $10.00. .
And we DO fit every hat, not only to your head,
but to your figure as well.
OTJS KUHN, Pres.
8. Sc H. Stamps Given,
285 Morrison St.
Between Fourth and Fifth
prisoners in the County ' Jail with
ballots that they might have an elec
tion of their own yesterday, but sam
ple ballots could not be secured for the
purpose, the supply having been ex
It was easy to guess how a number
of the prisoners would have voted.
however, had they been given the op-.
portunity. Lloyd Wilkins, for instance.
under sentence to be hanged at the
penitentiary on December 29, would
beyond question cast his vote In favor
of the amendment abolishing the death
penalty in this state. A number of
prisoners serving irksome sentences
for drunkenness would, it is believed.
have voted for the prohibition amend
CLUB WILL PRESENT PLAY
"Thompson of Varsity" to Be Given
by Amateur Dramatic Body.
A flood of the forged checks made
Orenco Has Mass Meeting. A well- inI..ts, cuh9v ar,A ir i.
a r a n s .v-n n su -n aaf Irt r-r tit n a Vial1 Xfnn I - .
" i Delleved that the losses will total
ua.y ziigiit in tne tity xiaii to aiscuss i nearly $2000
liic lucaaui ca lvj vui3U uu u.. yes
terday's election. It was well attended
by women as well as men. Much in
terest in the issues was shown.
Unitarian Class to Meet. "The
Prophets of Israel" is the topic for dis
cussion at the study class of the First
Unitarian Church, which meets at 3
o'clock today in the chapel at Broad
way and Yamhill street, Mrs. T. L. The Portland Amateur Dramatic
.liot will be in charge. Club will oresent "ThomDson of the
Fred Ipli Dies in Chicago. Mrs. I Varsity" on the evening of November
George Schatter, of Troutdale, has 6, at Gregory Hall, Center and Mil
just received word of the death of her waukie streets.
Bon, Fred Isli, in Chicago, which oc-1 Following is the cast of characters:
curred Saturday. He was a brother of Phil Thompson, John Lee! Joe Green,
E. Isli, a resident of Troutdale. Clarence Lewis; Charley Davis, Ralph
Poiltical Lecture Tonight. Clifford wood; Fatty Merrll, Herbert Pippy dl
B. Ellis speaks tonight at the Public rector) : Bert Holliday, Harry Turtle
Library, Tenth and Yamhill streets, dove; Fred Wood, Loyal Blinco; Buck
on The Illusion of Political Demo- Harding, Ben Grossenbacher; Addison
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank the many friends
who were so kind to us all in our late
bereavement and for the many floral
J. D. MATHESON.
MR. AND MRS. JACKSON NELSON,
JvlrCH. IN. J. uAK r I H.L.JJ,
MRS. W. R. SCOTT. Adv.
Norman Bros., tailors, new establish
ment N. W. Natl. Bank bldg. Adv.
PORTLAND RATED HIGH
Hornblower. Clarence Wood; Algernon
E. Bears, T. Fairbanks; Jerry Adams.
Loyal Blinco: Sherlock Watkins, Floral
Gerde; Professor Crowell, Ben Gross-
enbacher; Eleanor Crowell, Florence
Hill; Mrs. J. Green, Fern Schmelzel;
Hazel Green, Florence Long; Alicia
Taylor, Ruth Condit.
EMERY OLMSTRAD SAYS EAST
IMPRESSED BV FINANCES.
Jail Election Spoiled.
Ed Kennedy, chief jailer for the
county, intended to provide the 10ft
Bankers Give City First Place In North
west and Many Plan to Be Here
Why Pay $325
When you can buy this handsome
That Portland is regarded in the East nv,nn Mnl "P,-,
as the financial center of the Northwest
and that a large proportion of the
Easterners coming to the San Francisco
Fair will buy their tickets via Port
land, was the tidings brought to Port
land by Emery Olmstead, vlce-presi
dent of the Northwestern National
Bank, upon his return from a three
weeks' trip in the East, where he made
a particular study of financial, busi
ness and industrial conditions.
. "Eastern bankers give Portland a
prominent financial rating because of
its ability to put up as much gold In the
$100,000,000 gold pool as all the other
cities in the Northwest combined, said
Mr. Olmstead yesterday. "They also
are impressed by the fact that Port
land responded on the day that the no
tice of assessment was received. Port
land was assessed $1,500,000, Seattle
only half that amount, and Tacoma and
Spokane lesser amounts.
"I was surprised at the interest ex
pressed by Easterners in the 1915 Rose
festival n.nu in iiim luauKumnoa ot m pn M4-J :Al.,j:M. 4-
new steamship service between Flavel Fully -warranted, including stool to
and San Francisco. I found the gen
eral opinion among all classes to be
that a majority of the San Francisco
Fair visitors next year will pass
through Portland going one way, and
many are planning their dates so that
they may be here during the Rose Fes
tival. A large number expressed an in
tention of coming direct -to Portland to
take advantage of a sea voyage to San
Francisco on the Great Northern or the
pi LJ or $6 Monthly
match case design.
uraves music o.
151. FOURTH ST.
First Appearance of Great Concert
Tenor In Portland.
Mail orders, both in and put of town.
deceived now by Steers & Coman, Co
lumbia building, for the Evan Williams
concert, Heilig Theater, Sunday after
noon, November 8. Seat sale Friday the
6th. Popular prices: Lower floor, $1.50,
$1; balcony, $1, 75c, 60c; gallery, re
served, 50c; gallery admission, 25c
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to give our most sincere
and thanks to the many friends and
acquaintances, especially the members
of his church and brother Oddfellows,
and all others who gave so freely of
their time and services to us during the
illness and burial of our late husband
MRS. PARINTHIA B. EMBREE,
JOHN W. EMBREE,
FREDERICK M. EMBREE. Adv.
Aa Improved Quinine.
The happy combination of laxatives m LAX
ATIVE BROMO QUININE makH the Quinine
In thl form have a far better effect than the
ordinary Quinine, and it does not affect the
head. Remember the fnll name and look for
signature of . W. GROVE on. box. Price 25a.
With Haynes' Bread
Ask Toux Grocer.
f HOTEL 1
I v-VS workina trie
whether in office or
factory or store, often weakens
even a strong constitution as
shown in nervous symptoms,
languor or repeated colds.
" SCOTT'S EMULSION is
Helping thousands every day;
its rare oil-rood en
riches the blood and
aids the throat and
lungs. It is a strength
sustaining tonic, free
from alcohol or any
harmful drugs. ub7o
bbbm-i.iaii ,i.ivj;hb wwna
Let iis turn our atten-v
tion to business again.
Now is the time to equip
your home, store, display
window or office with
the best in LIGHTING
FIXTURES at special
reduced prices until
Nov. 15. Parties inter
ested should call as soon
M. J. Walsh Co.
Artistic and Practical
311 Stark St. Both Phones
10,000 Ears of Corn
The cream of 1000 acres of
OREGON-WASHINGTON-rDAHO'S BLUE RIBBON CROP
will be on competitive exhibition at the
CORN . SHOW
held under the auspices of
OREGON-WASHINGTON RAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO.
Walla Walla, Washington
November 25 to 28, 1914
SAGE TEA DANDY
It's Grandmother's Recipe to
Bring' Back Color and
Luster to Hair.
You can turn gray, faded hair beau
tifully dark and lustrous almost over
night If you'll get a 50-cent bottle of
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound1
at any drugstore. Millions of bottles
of this old, famous Sago Tea Recipe
are sold annually, says a well-known
druggist here, because It darkens the
hair so naturally and evenly that no
one can tell it has been applied.
Those whose hair is turning gray.
becoming faded, dry, scraggly and thin
have a surprise awaiting them, be
cause after one. or two applications the
gray hair vanishes and your locks be
come luxuriantly dark and beautiful
all dandruff goes, scalp Itching and
falling hair stops.
This Is the age of youth. Gray-
haired, unattactive folk aren't wantedf
around, so get busy with Wyeth s Sage
and Sulphur tonight and you'll be de
lighted with your dark, handsome hair
and your youthful appearance within
a few days. Adv.
of South Sea mel
odies in their native
of players and singers
get the applause.
Our templing menu sauces the
appetite xoith a variety of tooth
some dishes. x
and a la carte
Lunch, 12 to 2, 35c, 50c.
Dinner, 5:30 to 9, 75c.
CCHWAB PRINTING COJ
tO BEN F.GREENE. PRESIDENT!
133-5 STARK STREET
First and Oak Streets
Telephones: Main 165 Ax 165
Gun Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a da; up
American Plan $3.60 a day 01
Hew steel and eoncreia structure. Third
addition of hundred rooms Just com.
Slated. Every modern convenience,
oderate rates. Center of theatre and
retail district. On carllnes transfer
ring all ever city. Electric omnibus
meets trains and steamers.
TODAY AT EXPOSITION
HOURLY ATTRACTIONS AFTERNOON AND EVENING
Mrs. Gillispie's School of Dramatic Expression and the
Parent-Teacher Association. Motion Picture. Exhibitors'
BIG FEATURES THURSDAY
Watch for Transportation Day parade of Transportation
Club, Harriman Club and Portland Railway, Light & Power
Company. 2000 men in line ; floats with four bands. Great
est parade since Rose Festival.
Thursday evening the postoffice employes will march to the
Exposition, headed by Postoffice Band. '
Adults 23 Cents Children 10 Certs
Lectures by Prof. C. L. Smith,
Agriculturist of the O.-W. R. & N.
LOW FARES FOR THE ROUND TRIP
Tickets, schedules and full information
upon application to any agent of the O.
W. R. &. N. Co.
CITY TICKET OFFICE
Third and Wuhlutea Streets
Marshall 4SOO Both Phones A 6121
The Special Sale of
At Our Special Bargain Counter
Picnic Hams, Today Only, 13c lb.
Special Sales Seml-WeeUv, Wednesdays and Saturdays
FOURTH AND ALDER
BEER IS NOT ALCOHOL
Beer is the combined extract of malt and hops -Malt
builds up tissue Hops is an invigorating
Beer contains natural carbonic acid gas, which
gives it sparkling effervescence.
Beer contains 3 to 4 per cent of alcohol developed
by natural fermentation, just enough tp pre
Phones: Main 72, A 1172 v
Henry Weinhard Brewery
BEST DENTAL SERVICE
l'ou are guaranteed at this office. The guarantee Is
sacked by 27 years' continuous practice In Portland. Peo-
Ble come to this office from all parts of the Northwest,
ur skill is acknowledged and our promptness In finishing
work in one day when required Is appreciated by out-of-town
We Extract Any Number of Teeth Without Causing the
Slightest Pain. -We
have the best equipped dental office in Portland.' ' We
give the best dental service obtainable at any price.
What we can't guarantee we don't do.
LOW PRICES FOR HIGH-GRADE WORK. v
Good Red Robber Plates, each 5.0O
The Best Red Robber Plates. eaea..7JM
22-Karat Oold or Porcelain Crowa-.fcS.OU
WISE DENTAL CO.
RfL.IABL.IS PAINLFSS DENTISTS.
Phones Mala 202. A 302S.
122 Third Street, ratlins; Bulldlns. 9. R. Corner Thtrd and Washington.