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About The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1905)
rHE 8UXDAY O&EGONIAN, PORTLAND, IXKCEMBBK t, 1906.
ClTYNtWS IN BRIEF
MftMctar KKr ,.,
Stm4cy )MUr ,
City Ultw ;
H IMe OfAee
SEIiASCO THEATER KU awl 'Wasfctec
t- Will R. Waltta? is the comedy.
"The I-ate Mr. Tftmpkias. Opeatag Hat
laee at 2:1S P. M.; t (might at 8:15.
BAKER THEATER 5d and Yamhill)
"Dreamland" Burlesque Company, musical
imrlesue; Matinee at tonight at
XMPIRE THEATER (12th and Morris)
The melodrama. "A Tight for MH !.
Opening matinee at 2:15 P. M.; toalgirt
GRAND THEATER (Park ana TVasfelngtoa')
OfltlRUOus vaudeville. 2:JW, 7:W and 9
LIBERTY THEATER (4th and Stark)
Continuous vaudeville, 2:30, z'M and 9
STAR THEATER (Park and Washington)
Continuous vaudeville. 2:30. 7:30, P. M.
'Feared Sixtt-Mil.i Levt. The large
attendance at the special school meeting
held In the MontavIIla Schoolhouse Fri
day evening: was a surprise. Tout It
crooned out yesterday that It had been
circulated throughout the district that a
0-mUl levy was to be voted with which
to raise money to pay off the whole
bonded debt of Jll.000 at once. "While, of
course, there was no truth in the report,
it served to bring out the taxpayers with
a rueh. The twinkling of the lanterns be
fore the meeting could be seen approach
ing the schoolhouse from all directions.
They soon learned that the directors had
no Intention of asking for such a levy,
and when they got this information they
were in such a happy frame of mind over
the discovery that they vojtcd the 13 mills
a?kcd lor with a big majority. The meet
ing was different from most school meet
ings. Director II. B. Dickinson took the
blackboard and with chalk showed the
people the exact financial situation. He
whs able to demonstrate with figures the
necessity for 13 mills. For every question
and every objection Mr. Dickinson Tnad
an answer in figures set out on the black
board. This work was done with the as
sistance of Principal X. W. Bowland.
Director Dickinson said that 'no matter
how clear a report may be read, most of
the taxpayers fall to catch the meaning,
but when they see the figures spread out
on the blackboard they understand the
Y. M. C. A. and Y. IV. C A. Cele
bration. The Young Men's Christian As
sociation will unite with the Young Wo
men's Christian Association in a New
Year's celebration and an attractive
programme is arranged for the afternoon
and evening. The young women are re
quested to be at the Y. W. C. A. to re
ceive the young men. who will come In
groups from the Y. M. C. A. every half
hour from 2 to 3:30 o'clock, and the young
men are in turn requested to be the hosts
of the young women in tho evening at
the Y. M. C. A. and Join with them in tho
following programme: 7:30, orchestra In
the reception-room. Get acquainted, for
get yourself, introduce one a"nolher, have
a good time: (in auditorium) 8, "Lust,
spiel," Kela Beler; Association orchestra,
Arthur Clifford director. 8:10, violin solo.
Miss C. Barker. 8:30, Impersonation,
"William Tee Greenleaf. 9 to 10, games
of water polo in the plunge, basket-ball
in the gymnasium, handball in the court.
Processor E. E. Darino Married.
Professor Ernest E. Daring, principal of
the Gresham High School, wag married
in Albany last "Wednesday evening, De
cember 27, to Miss Bessie B. Burkhart,
daughter of R. X.. Burkhart, of Albany.
Rev. "W. B. White, of the United Pres
byterian Church, performed the cere
mony. Many beautiful gifts were received1
from friends. Professor and Mrs. Daring
returned to GreEham Thursday last,
where ttfey will make their home In the
future.j Processor Daring was elected,
principal of the Gresham school and en
tered pn )ils work there in September.
Winter Term Begins. School opeas
Monday for the Winter term of Holmes
Business College. The sessions are being
held in the Y. M. C. A. building pend
ing completion of the, college's spacious
new home at .Washington and Tenth
streets. The gymnasium classes, held
Wednesday and Friday after school, are
the center of great interest. These
classes, with full privileges of the Y. M.
C. A. .gymnasium, are free to Holmes
Business College students. Scores of new
students from all parts of the North
west are enrolling for the new term. The
college will move about March 1. 4
Grange Officers Elected. Woodlawn
GraRge No. 360, Patrons of Husbandry,
has elected the following officers for the
ensuing year: Master, D. D. Robinson;
overseer, ,Fred Keller; lecturer, Mrs.
Martha Hatnman; steward, Henry E.
Davis; assistant steward,, William "Lee;
chaplain, Miss Flora Hildrcth: treasurer.
James Garnett; secretary, Clara V. Gar
nett; gatekeeper, Edgar A. Mllner; Po
mona, Miss Viola Lee; Ceres,' Mrs. Ada
English; Flora, Mrs. Nettle Robinson:
lady . assistant steward. Miss Allic Jer
naan; musician, Mrs. Kittle Worthington.
Council of Jewish Women. A special
meeting of the Council of Jewish Women
Is called for Wednesday. January 3, at
3 o'clock, in the Selling-HIrsch Hall, at
which time the report of the president.
Mrs. S. -M. Blumauer, who went to the
triennial meeting of the National Council
la Chicago as a delegate, will be heard.
The open meeting of the Council will be
held at 8 o'clock the evening of January
14, at the Neighborhood House, South
Brought Hers for Burial. The bodv
of A, B. Campbell, who was killed in a
railway wreck between Tacoma and
Seattle, has been brought to Portland for
interment. The funeral will be held in
the ILents church this afternoon. Mr.
Campbell "was 26 years old. He was born
an3 raised" near Lents. A wife and child
survive him. He was a brakeman.
Death tf Mrs. Delila Cockelrbase.
Mrs. Delila Cockelrease. who lived In
the Bull Run district, died at the family
residence last Thursday. December 28,
aged 78 years and 11 months. She is sur
vived by a son and daughter. Interment
took place yesterday in the Bull Run
Mbmbers of Multnomah Council, No.
l4Si, Rotal Arcanum. The funeral serv
ices of our deceased brother, J. A. Win
ner, will be held at Holman's Undertak
ing Parlors at 10:30 A. M. Sunday De
cember 31, 1903. A full attendance o'f the
members of this and other councils is
Watch-Nig"Wt Servcb. The Volun
teers of America will hold watch-night
nervices at the hall, 367 Ankeny street,
tonight. Refreshments will be served
free. All are invited. Captain S. S.
Crawford will be in charge.
For San Francisco.
The steamship W. H. Krugcr sails Sun
day afternoon, December 31. Cabin 112,
steerage &; meals and berths included!
C "H. Thompson Agent, 138 Third street.
Real Estate Transfer, by Whiting &.
Rountree, agents, to Nathan Wise, lot 4,
lrfock 137, with four cottages.
Pocket and Office diaries, calendar
stands and pads for 16. Kllkara's, 2tt
Clarxxoxt Tavbkn. Northern Paclfte
train. 4:M P. M., stops at Claremoat, re
turning it'M P. M.
Lambs' Auxiuart, Order Railway Con
ductors, gives whist party at Alisky hall
January 6, 1S0S. '
.Blank Books and latest office supplies
In great variety at Kilaam's, 346 WashlBg
Loow-Lajt LsDOMS aad systems ready
for we at Kllham's, 3K Washington
ABORB&a, calMag, engagement and sfcep
ptog Hsts atKlth&m'z, 246 Washtngtaa at."
Dx. Wslls. Ho'iNtxt-Curtis. Mala MX.
Dr. fwAl.v, 4etlsC 311 :Dekni Mtfg.
Oommwiwcsal Ou$m- -AsmHBIMM Ml
SAKA, T)M JUUMfel JHMMlMr Of XuIBi ht
attracting mwett attention by iimiii eC
the uhommU beauty ot the UltMtratsone
and the novety and high -vante of "t
information oMtUtned hi it wnceratftff
our snow-pMka. Mr. Tom R4cfcrdo.
secretary of. the Commercial Cltrti, upon
seeing it. Immediately eat word to the
pubHeMng committee. Gertrude Metcalfe,
C. H. Scheleg and X. W. Gorman: "I
would X fee to secure X,Mt or M.tt copies
of Manama, for the Commercial Clue for
dtotribetiop ever the country." an order
that oannot be Riled by the Mammas
without losuteg a jeeed 'edition, which
they i are now Agnring upon. Mr. Rich
ardson ie full of. enthuelasRi regarding
Mazama, and cannot say enough In praise
of the public spirit and generoejty shown
by the Mazamaa in sending out this su
fcrb advertisement of our scenic won
ders. He Is surprioed at the. dignity and
h4gh character of the publication, which
contains articles on the Cassado Range
by. scientists f international reputation,
who are members of the club. The maga
zine ie brim full of original and authori
tative matter nei'cr before published. Tho
annual number, which Is published by the
Mazataas at great expense, is sent free
to all club members.
Fills From the River. While the de
tails are not yet public concerning the
proposed fills to be made on the East
Portland lowlands, enough is known to
encourage the belief that the fills will be
undertaken by the Port of Portland, tho
dredge being used for the purpose Dis
trict No. 1, which Is between East Wash
ington and East Morrison streets, will bo
the scene of the first operations, if tho
plans which are nearing maturity are
carried out. Engineer J, B. Lock wood
lias completed his survey and examina
tion of the material available at the bot
tom of the river, which he has embodied
in l rep6rt to the Port of Portland Com
mission. Engineer Lockwood does not
hesitate to declare that the proposition to
fill from the river by dredge Is entirely
Woodlawx Grange Holds Election.
Woodlawn Grange No. 230 held its an
nual meeting Saturday. December 23, at
Oddfellows' Hall and elected the follow
ing officers for the coming year: Mas
ter, D. D. Robinson; overseer, Fred Kel
ler; lecturer. Mrs. Martha Hamman:
steward, Henry E. Davis; assistant stew
ard. .Will Lee: chaplain. Miss Flora Hil
drcth; treasurer. James Garnett; secre
tary, Clara V. Garnett; gatekeeper, Ed
gar A Mllner; Pomona, Mrs. Viola
Lee: Ceres. Mrs. Ada Ingllsh; Flora, Mrs.
Nettle Robinson; lady assistant steward.
Miss Allic Jerman; musician, Mrs. Kittle
Dr. Rader Will Speak. A Now Year's
address will be given this afternoon be
fore the Sunday Club at the Y. M. C. A
by Dr. Daniel L. Radcr.on the subject,
"Losing the Man." Dr. Rader is the edi
tor of the Pacific Christian Advocate and
is known as one of the strongest preach
er in the Methodist Church in the North
west. The Association orchestra will give
a special half-hour concert and the solo
ists for the afternoon are Miss Ruth Ed
dings, soprano, and J. W. Brown, tenor.
The programme begins at 3 and is open to
men only without charge.
New Year'8 Eve and night Richards
will serve his unexcelled French dinner,
which includes all the dainty delicacies
of the season, from 5 until 9 P. M., in
main 'dining hall, $1.00 per cover; classic
music Cor. Park and Alder sts.
Five Hundred Dollars' Reward given
to anybody who says that 1 am not cut
ting the price of Turkish and Russian
baths in two; the regular price is Jl, but,
for short time, 50. cents. J. Friedman, fi23
Chamber of Commerce.
Steamer Cascade, for San Francisco,
sails Monday, P. M.. Jan. L Cabin, ?12;
second class. PL Tickets at Oak-street
dock or Thompson's agency.
Tatlor-Street Methodist Church.
Morning, "The Law of Love"; evening.
"That Olfl-Fashloned Home." Dr. Short
Elegant SamVle-Room. fitted complete,
50x100. suitable for carrying stock. Phone,
elei'ator, etc 4C-48 Front street-
Miss Edith Kellt, of Chicago, teacher
jot piano, Lcschetizky method. 151 Lowns-
ale street. Phone Pacific 923.
"No More Mistakes. Sec automatic
change and cash register before buying.
404 Marquam building.
Filing Cabinets, Wabash product, at
Kllham's, 24C Washington street.
PENSIONED BY GRANGE.
O. K. Kellcy to Receive Monthly Sum
State Master B. G. Leedy and wife have
just returned from Atlantic City, N. J.,
where they attended the National Grange
as representatives from Oregon. Mr.
Leedy said that, while the delegates were
finely treated and there was a large at
tendance, the Nationnl Grange held in
Portland a year ago was the most impor
tant in point of work accomplished. Espe
cially docs Mr. Leedy say that The Ore
gonian reports of the Portland gathering
O. K. Kellry, Founder of Patroas ef
were more complete and superior in every
way than those of the recent gathering at
Atlantic City. One of the important
changes was the reilrcmcnt of Aaron
Jones as National master, who .presided
at the Portland meeting, and who had
been master for a numbc-r of years, and
the election of cx-Govemor N. J. Bach
elder, of New Hampshire, as National
State Master Leedy regards the new
master as an able man. A New Hamp
shire paper says of him: "In choosing
as its master a New Hampshire man In
the person of ex-Governor Nahaum J.
Bachclder, the National Grange has fol
lowed a wise course. Mr. Bachelder is
known in Grange work throughout the
United States, and his best efforts have
ever been put forward for the betterment
of the agricultural interest."
It may be of Interest to Oregon grang
ers to know that the National Grange
took advanced steps in the matter of In
troducing elementary agriculture In the
public schools and s trendy indorsed Pres
ident .Roosevelt's attltuaS toward the rail
ways. An appropriation of S0&5 was made to
piaee three deputies in the field to arouse
an interest in the extension of the Grange
work. One of these deputies in for the
The National Grange also made provis
ion to penoion O. K. Kelley. founder of
the Patrons f Hiienandry, by paying him
w a men-th for the remainder of hie
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SOLID SILVKR. SILVKR PLATED.
The kind It pays to bny. When K cow to ootid silver
in knives, forks, spoons and fancy pieces. It would be
hard to find any prettier patterns than the Bridal Rwt,
Orange Blewem, Violet, Irvtnor Some of these pattern
jea -we nave tuc exclusive
as 34.00 per half- dozen; dessert, spoons, from up, and
fancy pieces from $11.58 up.
Our Own Make of Plated Ware
Every piece stamped f Jaeger Bros.) and contains more
silver than any plated goods on the market. The patterns
tire entirely dIRret than the ordinary plated ivare, and
are copied after solid silver designs, finished in the
4 dozen Knives 91.75 to 9XS6
H dozen Forks 9I.7S to fxxe
k dozen Teaspoons 91.36 to 922s
fjnmvSHIVomM dozen Dessert Spoons 92.M to 9&X
ti9X U. dozen Table Snoons .....93.06 to S-I.oa
Yob need net be anbamrd to give this style of plated
ware to your best friend, as It Js not the common kind
usually found In every department torc It is the vers
Bridal Koc best that can be had.
JAEGER BROS. OPTICIANS
306 Merrlnea Street, Retirees Fourth and Fifth Street.
The Bast Game
New Year's Day, Multnomah Field
230 P. M., Rain or Shine
Adrfiission $1.00, Grandstand Free
Tickets en Sale at Schiller's, WitUchea dc Cameron's, Nan's, Old, Wortman
dc King's and Rewe dc Martin's.
"WHY ! LEFT THE SYSTEM"
Will S. Faulkner "Will Lecture on
Standard OH 3IctIiods.
The Misfit Cog: or Why I Left the
System." will be the subject of a lecture
which Will S. Faulkner will deliver at
the Marquam Theater on the night of
January 15. Mr. Faulkner was for sev
eral years connected with the Independent
Oil interests of the South. The South
eastern Oil Company, of which he was
general manager, was sold ouh and the
Vulcan Company, which presidency he
held, fought the Standard Oil interests
until compelled to capitulate. He is thor
oughly acquainted with the' methods of
the system, and intends to expose them
rough-shod In his lecture.
It Is Mr. Faulkner's Intention to locate
In Portland or some other Pacific Coast
City as soon as he finishes his lecture
tour, and to establish an Independent oil
business here. An effort will be made to
have prices based on the coast f. o. b.
refineries. Instead of at the points of
consumption. Thin will make It Impos
sible for the Standard interests to make
one price where there Is competition and
another where there Is a monopoly. All
Interested in the oil market or the future
development of the oil regions of this
section will find the lecture beneficial and
edifying. Mr. Faulkner Is thoroughly ac
quainted with the methods of the Stand
artf Oil syndicate and will tell a"bout them.
Mrs. Z. Ricen announces the engage
ment' of her daughter, Fannie, to M.
Brenson. of Boston, Mass.
Deputy City Auditor W. S. Lotan
went to Seattle last night, where he
will pass New Year's with friends.
NEW YORK, Dec. 30. (Special.) Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Marks, of Portland, Or.,
registered at the Eastern headquarters of
The Oregonlan. stopping, at the Hotel
Hall, vice-president and man
ager of the Idaho Grocery Company, of
Lewlston, Tdaho, t who for tho past
eight years has been associated with
Lang & Co. as salesman, will leave for
his new post about January 10.
CHICAGO. Dec 30. (SpecIal.)-Orcgo-nlnns
registered today as follows:
From Portland P. P. Keller. Great
Northern; H. "Wolf and wife. Palmer
CARD OF THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. James Neeley wish to ex
tend their thanks to- the many kind
friends and relatives for the beautiful
floral offerings and kind sympathy extend
ed to them during their recent bereave
ment, especially Mrs. Max M. Shillock.
Knights and Ladles of Security. Ladles
Auxiliary of the Caledonian Club, B. of
B. and 1. S. of A., ladies of Mlzpah Choir.
Officer J. Keller, employes G. P. Rummelin
& Sons, and all the dear, kind boy com
panions of their son.
MR. AND MRS. JAMES NEELEY AND
CARD OF THAKKS.
We wish to express our thanks for tho
kindness and help from our friendR in our
great loss of our dear mother and sister,
Mrs. M. E. Garr.
MAUDE M. GARR.
MRS. S. E. DAVIDSON.
OUR GREAT SALE NOW IN
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY MONEY
Our Great Sale Price
$25.00 SUITS C1Q
BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS
AT ALMOST HALT PRICE.
MEN'S TROUSERS GREATLY
FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.
gecy itr, ana c 1 1 .y very con-
of the Season
WHERE JO DINE.
All tho delicacies of the season at the
Portland Reataarant; fine, private apart
ments for parties. Open all night. 3SC
Washington, near Flftb.
Elegant Sunday dinner, with wine. 51:
also ailn-cartc, broiled teaks and chops
our specialty. 19 7th, near Morrison.
The best six-course ' dinner with wine.
12 to E P. M.. at Scott Restaurant. th and
Ankeny. Fine merchants lunch, 23c
The best six-course dinner, with wine
12 to S P. M.. at Scott Restaurant, 7th and
Ankeny: Fine merchants' lunch, 23c
Holiday turkey dinner will be served
at Perkins Restaurant tomorrow. Price
50 cents. D. M. Watsqn.
A regular chicken dinner will be served
at the Perkins Restaurant today. Price.
35 cents. D. M. Watson.
Brandes Grill, 102 Sixtlrstrcet. serves
the finest 50c dinner today from 12
to 8 P. M.
Genuine French dinner, with wine, 50c
at 3 Fifth street, near Stark.
The Empire. W Third street: chicken
dinner. c; turkey. 35c; finest In city.
PIANOS FOR A SONG.
Used Emerson upright piano in good or
der, only JS5. another for J125. A Vose up
right, fine rosewood case, only $115. an
other Vose, little fancier case, for $145.
and still another, good as new. for $215.
A Fischer upright for only $126w Dozens
of other equally tempting bargains. Pay
cash or $1, $3 or f5 a month. Ellens Pi
ano House, 231 Washington street.
WE CALL F0RAND DELIVER
Your shoes. Sewed soles 75 cents. The
only Goodyear machine in Portland.
Schwlnd & Bauer, 239 Yamhill, between
Third and 7ourth.
EI Hey Saloon Closed.
El Rey Saloon, conducted by Harry E.
Bo wen. and in operation at 247 Taylor
street, was closed at midnight by order
of the City Council License Committee,
which met December 2i El Rey was one
of the most notorious saloons In the city,
and has given the police more trouble
than any other three combined. Young
girls and women have been dragged from
the place numerous times, and it Is said
that it has been the cause of more down
falls among women than any other dive
In the city.
Business has fallen off since the fair
closed owing to the numerous raids made
on the place by Acting Detectives Kay
and Jones and other policemen. Notice
was .given at police headquarters last
night that the saloon should close prompt
ly at midnight, and officers were sent to
the place to see that the Instructions of
the License Committee were carried ouu
liiirglars Break Into Store.
Burglars broke into the store of Henry
Thumann. at University Parkv Friday
night, by prying open a transom with a
Jimmy, and stole goods valued at $34. To-
bacco. clothing, shoes, etc., were the
things taken. Three men arc suspected of
Illxh-Grade IMaae fer Rest
And sold on easy payments. Piano tuning
and repairing. H. Sinshelmcr. 72 Third St.
We wish you a very happy and
prosperous New Year, and will be
always glad to sec you at 374 Mor
rison street, where we have on dis
play ten different makes of the
world's best pianos, and in their
different styles and woods com
prising ai assortment of over 50
Tuesday, we start a SPECIAL
CLEARANCE SALE of odd and
discontinued styles of new pianos,
and will Include In this several
used pianos we have taken In ex
change. You may find Just what
you want here, and we will give
you our exchange agreement, al
lowing full purchase price any time
within two years.
Soule Bros. Piano Co.
What We Hear
And what you will hear when you
go to look for a piano. If you want
an upright, you will be told: "Oh.
yes; the STEINWAY GRANDS are
all right, but the uprights are not
the best." However, if It Is a
grand you want, you will be told
that "The STEINWAY UPRIGHTS
are the best pianos made, but the
grands are not up to the standard."
Very amusing, and you can very
easily sec through a 15-cent argu
ment. We are sole representatives for
the STEINWAY, as well as ten
other high-grade pianos.
DDNDORE PIANO CO.
IZi 6th St., opposite Oregonlan BIdg.
IN YOUR PURSE
Our Great Sale Price
$12.50 SUITS C-f m
$25.00 SUITS tflQ OK
EVERYTHING REDUCED IN OUR
FURNISHING GOODS DEPT.
50c and 75c NECKWEAR 39p
$1.25 SHIRTS S9
MEN'S TROUSERS GREATLY
Cor. Morrison and
Clothing House in
We wish to tender our sincere
thanks to our host of friends and
patrons for their liberal patron
age during the past twelve
Our constant aim shall always
be to merit the confidence placed
We wish each and every one a
most enjoyable and happy New
ri?i'"Tnmr tit wi mi hiMiri i aim Tims
We Wish You All a Happy New Year.
ORIENTAL CURIO STORE
A great and usual clearance sale now on ami we "wish to call your
attention to our large stoek of Japanese and Chinese curios and
novelties. Every article in our house reduced and a great special
on the following:
Japanese jute Rugs, IV-jX.'J; special S .47
Japanese jnte Rugs, 3xll; special ..: 1.25
Japanese jute Rugs, 'AxG; special $2.25
Japanese jute Rugs, 4x7; special $3.25
Japanese jute Rugs, 5x7; special '. S3.75
Japanese jute Rugs, Gx9; special $6.25
Ladies' full-eaibroidered Jackets of silk S4.50
Ladies7 plain Lounging Robe $8.85
WESTERN IMPORTING CO.,
329 Washington Street, between Sixth and Seventh.
Chas. B. Young, President. James M. Ivan, Gen. Manager.
The Same Old Story
What .hall I buy? Well, Just call on us and we will assist you. It will
be well worth your while to come and see our showcases full of fine and
beautiful things in gold and gems,
whether you want to buy them or not.
This short list will give you an idea of
the variety: Rings, Brooches, Lockets,
Necklaces, Pendants, Ear-Rings, Brace
lets, Lorgnette Chains, Watch Fobs,
Watches. Scarf Pins. Studs. Cuff Links.
284 Washington Street,
To See Us the First of the New Year and
Have Your Eyes Fitted With Needed Glasses
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO.
(Denver, Omaha, Kansas City, Salt Lake, Dallas, Texas; Portland, Oregon)
133 Sixth St Successor to Walter Reed Oregonian Bldg.
18 YEARS HERE
And aolne dental work all the time
that Is the record of Dr. AV. A. "Wine.
"In our establishment are expert den
tlats who are competent to perform the
most important dental operations. N'o
matter the nature of the work, there is
a man here to do It.
WISE BROS., Dentists
Dr. H. A. Sturdevant. specialist on chil
dren's teelh and reculatlnff.
Falling Bid?.. Third ana Washington. S
A. M. to 9 P. II. Sundays. 0 to 12. llain 2013.
WORK DO.B OX WEEKLY AXD MONTH
Dr. TV. A. Wise.
Stops ltcklsar ef the scalp Instantly.
C3-OINO I 30IN3 ! i GONE ! ! !
lEIfKtK WK1 JITE IT SElflCllE WK.L SHE IT U
nro s HerpicidB
Tfca riclM! Imh Km! "Vt ti hstoff Sim"
QUITE HOMELYQUITE ATTRACTIVE
Tht woman with homely features will not
lack attractiveness If her head Is crowned
SfK ftrn, JI.M. SmI 18c. stMpe, to HE3PIC10H C9.. Dtp!. R. Citralt, Kiel, t:r a S?!t:
Applications at Prominent Barber Shops.
jgchwab Printing Co
but frojuc. xzAsovAnvz rzicss
94714 STARK STREET
HOMEOPATH! C KMSIS CmspSeta
stee. snedtrate prices. Mall orders e!!ciietl
CateteCM trt. 1VOOUAXU, CLAKKK J
CO L'ttTtUad. O.
I 1 PflKTLANOiOREa
Between Fourth and Fifth
Dr. T. r. Wise.
with an abundanc of beautiful hair. But;
on the other hand, the finest contour of
female face loses much ot Us attractive
net If the hair Is scanty or looks dis
eased. The dandruff microbe causes dull
brittle or lusterless hair, with later dan
druff. Itchln? scalp and falling hair, tfew
bro's Herplclde destroys this enemy of
beauty and permits the hair to grow as
nature Intended. A delightful hair dous
ing. Gives wonderful results. ,No oil or
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