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THE SU2TOAY OREGONIAN, PORTLAND, APRIL 10, 1914.
LAWYER ON STAND
SAYS PASTOR LIED
Tacoman Denies Wife Smoked
or Gambled and Avers Rev.
Mr. Barnhisel Drank.
DIVORCE TESTIMONY ENDS
Woman Accused Makes Statement
That Minister's Condition Pre
vented Him Knowing What
Others at Dinner Were Doing.
TACOMA, 'Wash., April 18 (Special.)
Walter JI. Harvey, well-known Ta
coma attorney, took the witness stand
today in the Superior Court in the
Barnhisel divorce case and passed the
lie direct and plain to Rev. A. H.
Barnhisel. who had declared on the
stand that be bad seen Mrs. Harvey
smoke cigarettes at a large dinner at
the Tacoma Country Club and had seen
women gambling: for money there. Mr.
Harvey declared Mrs. Harvey had never
smoked or gambled, and would have
been present to deny the charges her
self it the statement made by Rev. Mr.
Sarnhisel in the divorce action had not
prostrated her so that she was too 111
"If Mr. Barnhisel said Mrs. Harvey
smoked cigarettes or gambled either in
her own home, at the Country Club, or
in any other place, he deliberately lied,"
said Harvey, answering; a question of
Mrs. Barnishel's attorney.
"Mrs. Harvey has never smoked or
gambled on any occasion that I know
of in the 18 years of our married life."
Pastor la Accused.
"Was Rev. Mr. Barnhisel drinking at
the Country Club on the night the oc
currence is said to have taken place?"
asked Mr. Langhorne.
"Yes," replied Mr. Harvey, decisively.
In a statement given to the press
this afternoon, Mrs. Harvey says:
"The only way I can account for the
statement made by Rev. Mr. Barnhisel
is that he was not in a condition to
know what other people were doing
that evening, as it was plain he was
not used to any kind of drinking, and
he probably did not know how to use
proper judgment in regard to it."
Called to the stand in rebuttal, Mrs.
Barnhisel explained that owing to the
uncongenial conditions between her and
her husband she did not attend church
) Work on Sunday Cited.
"Don't you know, Mrs. Barnhisel,
that your husband has attended church
regularly for several years?" asked At
"No. I have seen him working in
his old clothes around the house on a
number of Sundays. He worked around
the garden and played tennis when
we were living in the country. He en
couraged the children to play tennis
Mrs. Barnhisel admitted that she had
blamed her husband for saying that he
would be responsible for the children
hating church. She said his manner
of telling them to go to church made
her say this. She -declined to admit
that her husband's ideals were higher
Rev. Mr. Barnhisel was called to the
witness stand in rebuttal of this tes
timony. "I think a large number of the con
gregation of the First Presbyterian
Church thought a great deal of me,"
he said. "In resigning I did not want
to connect myself wtih the church's
active work, because I had a problem
to solve without the membership of the
church feeling its influence.
Real Reason Repressed.
"The circumstances of my, resigna
tion made it necessary for me to re
press the real reason, as I didn't want
to discuss my problems with the mem
bers of the congregation. In regard to
Sunday observance, I was in an ex
hausted condition from .my work dur
ing the week and took recreation on
Sundays. I consider all days honor
able to do any honorable work. I
tried to get the children to attend
regular so as to inculcate into them at
an early age the church-going habit."
The divorce suit began against his
wife by the former pastor of the First
Presbyterian Church, one of Tacoma's
leading and most influential churches,
and which has set Tacoma society by
the ears for two weeks came to a
close today with rebuttal testimony
and was taken under advisement by
Judge Mitchell, of Olympia, who has
been hearing the case for Superior
Judge Easterday, a personal friend of
the. Barnhiseltfcom ::
A. S. BENNETT PLEASED
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE RETURNS
FROM TOUR OF VALLEY.
Aspirant for Governor Will Devote
Next Week to Multnomah. County
and Then Co to Western Tier.
A. S. Bennett, of The Dalles. Demo
cratic candidate for Governor, returned
las tnight from a strenuous week's
campaign in the Upper Willamette
valley and Southern Oregon. Judge
Kennett visited Albany, Roseburg.
Grants Pass, Medford, Ashland and in
"From assurances and indications
received in the trip," said Judge Ben
nett lastnight, "I am confident that I
will receive a majority of the Demo
cratic votes at the primary in many of
the Southern Oregon Counties. I found
the situation encouraging everywhere.
Democrats are flocking to my support
as they have always done in previous
"The situation in Multnomah County
is shaping up entirely to my satlsfac
tion. I have assurances of sufficient
support to make it practically certain
that I will have a comfortable plural
Judge Bennett will devote the com
ing week to looking after the Interests
of his candidacy in Multnomah County,
paign of the Western tier of Coun
Men's Christian Association recently,
his range of subjects running from the
Monro Doctrine to prize fighting.
Asked to say something about the tolls
question before he began to speak, Mr.
"There's been too darn much said
about it already."
The title of Mr. Clark's talk was
"An Optimist's Views." and for more
than an hour he told funny stories,
quoted statistics, defended Congress and
asserted that the world was growing
better all the time.
"It doesn't take as much sense to be
a good President," he said, "as it does
to make a good Congressman. A Pres
ident has his Cabinet to advise him,
while -a Congressman has got to think
He said that if the President and his
Cabinet were to die the Government
would go on. and that there were 10,000
American citizens qualified to. be Pres
Speaking of tha Monroe Doctrine, Mr.
Clark said .that not one of the South
American republics would have existed
for six months without it.
"The Monroe Doctrine is not dead,"
he asserted, "and my answer. to those
who say it is is in the answer of that
great President, Cleveland, that we ara
the sovereigns of this continent and
that no foreign nation shall colonize
NGREASE IS NOTED
Total Registration May Not
Reach 250,000 Estimated.
164,471 NAMES ON BOOKS
Republicans Have 98,13 6 Person
Registered, Store Than Twice as
Many as Democrats, Second
largest Party In State.
SALEM, Or., April 18. (Special.)
Despite a large increase in registration
this week, officials say it is doubtful it
PRESIDENT'S JOB EASY
10.O0O QUALIFIED TO HOLD IT, SAYS
CHILD OP SEVEN YEARS IS HEROINE AT EUGENE
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GLADYS AND DOROTHY TVOOLEY.
EUGENE, Or., April 18. (Special.) Gladys Wooley. 7 years old.
saved her 3 year-old sister Dorothy from death under a Southern
Pacific train Friday. "While others stood still, panic-stricken, ex
pecting to see the little one ground under the wheels of a swiftly ap
proaching train, Dorothy ran over 250 feet and lifted her Bister from
the track just as the train sped by. So close was her escape that
the train tore her clothing as it passed.
without taking the chance of getting a
licking from us.
There is civil war in the Mexican
Republic," he went on, "but didn't we
have a civil war which destroyed more
property and lives than the Mexicans
can destroy in 40 years? We came out
stronger and better, and so will they."
Mr. Clark said he wanted to see every
citizen educated, so that he could vote
intelligently and be sufficiently cour
ageous to cast his ballot as an Amer
ican freeman should. The residents of
Porto Rico and Guam, he said, were
not fit to be citizens of this country. He
also wanted to see abiding peace be
tween labor and capital.
BRIDE'S BILLS IN COURT
Couple Separates Xight of Wedding
and Now Store Snes.
ST. LOUIS, April 15 A bill of par
ticulars showing how Mrs. Cecelia S.
Lange, of Edwardsville, bought cloth
ing valued at $276.80 in thirteen days
and charged the bill to her husband,
C. "W. F. Lange, wealthy retired farmer
I am not only strong for good
roads but guna enough to work on
them All Oregon Good Roads day. I
will devote Saturday. April 25, to tha
scenic Columbia River highway with
the other merry Knights of the Pick
and Shovel, and will be aboard the
Good Roads special train leaving
Union Depot at 7:45 A M. Inclosed
find 75 cents for round trip ticket,
which you will please mall to
Mail this coupon to S. S. Hewitt,
chairman executive committee All
Oregon Good Roads day, Portland Ad
Club, Portland Hotel. Portland. Or.
from whom she asks a divorce, was
filed in the Madison County Circuit
Court by a St. Louis store. The Langes
were married, in Edwardsville last
June while she was conducting a mil
linery store, but they did not live to
gether. She is 40 years and. Lange
is nearly 80.
Following their marriage the couple
separated after a chicken supper to
several acquaintances. According to
the bill filed she opened an accout with
a store in St. Louis and made about
a hundred purchases during the next
few days. The bill shows she pur
chase five pairs of shoes and fifty
yards of silk.
On July 22 she vis'ited the beauty
shop of the store and it cost 83.39 for
a manicure, shampoo, massage, mas
sage cream, acid, nail enamel, two box
es of powder and lipstick. Two trunks,
fine corsets, silk hose, kimonas and
other articles of clothing are included
in the list.
Lange and his wife are both made
defendants in the suit of the store
the total of voters registered for the
primary will reach 250,000. as was esti
mated some time ago. h total regis
tration to date, as reported to Secre
tary of State Olcott by the County
Clerks, is 164,471, divided among parties
Republicans, 98,136; Democrats, 42,
98H Progressives. 4948; Prohibition,
7822; Socialist, 4491. and miscellaneous,
6693. The figures by counties are as
Total. Rep. Dem. Prog.
3,8t5.'J l.Sf.S 1,70s 4Z
2.4HS 1.27S 6r.9 45
. .9.237 6.712 2.3 179
2.0K7 1.4:;s asr, 34
3.018 1.8114 5S6 4ft
4.435 2,:il0 1,204 12S
. .2,4K 1.241) B9H S3
429 2K1 17S 5
4.T11 2..S08 1,3H ti
l.aeri 8S4 :( 5
l.Xsw hUH 414 24
1.3H2 .' 685 15
1.917 1,179 410 109
5.21S 2,ri90 1.559 234
2.329 1.30 543 151
2.08S 1.237 6.18 33
l.lli 594 404 20
9,311 2.414 214
1.004 2.S7B 1.918 75
B.788 2,878 1.914
1.673 UOO 5B3 49
9.99 6,18 2.319 167
1.244 tG4 258
Ktaroutn . .
Umatilla . .
Union . . . .
Wallowa . .
Wheeler . .
C9.200 37.7tm 13,2! 3,708
Totals 164.971 98.136 42,981 4,948 7.bl'8
Kociallst total. 4.491.
FORECASTER STIRS CHILLS
Veteran Doorkeeper Says Congress
Will Not Ad journ TJntll August 20.
WASHINGTON, April 18. On this
warm, springlike day CoL "Jim" Ed
wards, veteran doorkeeper and prog
nosticator of the Senate, haa sent the
cold shivers up and down the backs of
Senators and Representatives who are
anxious for an early adjournment of
Congress, in order that they may get
home and attend to their political
fences, which are badly In need of re
pair. CoL Edwards predicted that the
present session of Congress would not
be adjourned until August 20. President
Wilson and the Congressional leaders
have been figuring on having the ses
sion closed early in June.
Leaders in the Senate and the House
are extremely anxious for an early ad-
GRAVES MUSIC CO.
Double credit. To encourage larger
first cash payments, to induce you to
draw your check for 825 or more instead
of tha 810 we will accept, you would be
given a .receipt for 850 at 149-151
Fourth street. Adv.
Much More Sense Is Required to Be
Member of Congress, Speaker of
House of Representative Avers.
NEW YORK, April 16. Without men
tioning the Panama tolls dispute,
Speaker Champ Clark talked to a meet
log at the Bedford branch of the Young
Meningitis Kills Oregon City Man.
OREGON CITT, April 18. (Special.)
The first case of spinal meningitis
in Clackamas County for several years
resulted in the death of Robert Putz,
20 years old, Thursday night, at his
home at Colton. He lived with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Vutz. who
moved into the Colton district several
HOME ISDC8TRV CONTEST
FOR APRIL IXPSF.S
All essays in The Oregonian's
Home Industry contest for April
must be sent In on or before Fri
day. April 24, to be admitted to
the contest for that month.
Essays have been coming in
rapidly, and Indications are that
the contest for April will be
keener than for any previous
month. The young essayists ad
vance a great number of logical
reasons why, "all things being
equal, Oregon people should do'
all their buying from Oregon
Any boy or girl in Oregon un
der 18 years of age may enter
the contest. The prizes each
month are: First, $5; second, 82,
and three prises of 81 each.
Journment. They believe that a better
opportunity of testing' the merits of
the tariff law and the currency law
will be afforded if the attention of
business people is not distracted by
what Is going on in a legislatlye way
Fifth and Stark V9 ?V7 "l k-"'u-Lt 0
Splendid Showing of
one readily recognizes, regardless of
whether it be a medium-priced or high
priced suite or piece, the same "quality
goodness" that is characteristic of the
varied lines that occupy space on our floors.
The present display of Enameled Furniture
for the bedroom is the largest this store has
ever known. It includes the ivory, old
ivory, ivory, decorated, cafe au lait, white, and white decorated enamel finishes, and in the designs so
well adapted to this type of furniture. There is no denying its appropriateness and charm in the
bedroom. In it is expressed a daintiness and repose that, with the right decorative setting, has an
appeal thkt is recognized by the artistic and discriminating homefurnisher.
Four New Bedroom Suites in Enamel, Specially Priced
This Week, Are Displayed to Advantage in Our Windows
& ri p ft r ,
$129.50 Old Ivory Cane
Paneled Suite in Adam de
sign, consisting of fall csize
Bed, Dresser, Chiffonier and
$170 Ivory Suite, in design a
copy of the Henry Harrison
Spool Colonial. Four pieces
full size Bed, Dresser, Chiffon
ier and Dressing Table.
$183 Ivory Suite, cane pan
eled, in Adam design. Con
sists of full size Bed, Dress 3r,
Chiffonier and Dressing
f2'2S Suite, Adam design, in the
beautiful " Cal'eaulait " tone i.f
enamel. Suite consists of full
size Bed, Dresser, Chiffonier
and Dressing Table.
Spring; Renewal of Bedroom Draper
ies and Curtainings
suggests the dainty Cretonnes, Chintzes, Linens, Vene
tian and light-weight Drapery Silks, Sunfast Fabrics,
Curtain Scrims, Marquisettes, Swiss, Fancy Nets and
Tamboured Muslins. A wealth of cheery and artistic
effects that lend themselves appropriately to the de
sired modern schemes for bedrooms.
Curtain Scrims as Low as 18 the Yard
Marquisettes as Low as 18 the Yard
Fancy Curtain Net as low as 65 Yard
Rugs That Contribute to Charming
The Body Brussels in the pretty chintz patterns and color
$33 for the 9 ft. xl2 ft. size.
$30 for the 8 ft. 3 in. x 10 ft. 6 in. size
The Scotch Art Rugs in the plain center and band bordered,
and the quiet floral effects, in restful colorings.
$20 to $37.50 for the 9x12 ft. size.
$17.50 up for the 8 ft. 3 in. x 10 ft. 6 in. size.
$3.75 up for the 36 in. x 63 in. size.
The Cretonne Bedroom Rugs that possess a quaint ness and
daintiness not found in any other rugs at or near their price.
$13.50 for the 9 ft. x 12 ft. size.
The most difficult problems as well as the simplest schemes in the Interior Decoration of the home
are expertly handled here through our forceif skilled decorators and designers, and our completely
andmodernly equipped workrooms. It's a decorative service that commands the consideration of
the most exacting. We submit, in color, perspectives showing how completed schemes will appear
Fifth and Stark J. G. Mack & Co. Fifth and Stark
PAMPHLETS TO BE SENT
:50,000 KOMHVATIOBr BOOKLETS GIV.
EJT COUNTIES THIS WEEK.
Multnomah County gtalcnnti Now
BeiBK Prlate to Be Mailed In Few
D7i 8y Secretary of State.
SALEM, Or.. ApiTl 18. (Special.)
Secretary of State Olcott announced to
night that practically all pamphlets
containing: statements of aspiranta for
party nominations would be mailed
next week. He said the pamphlets for
Marion, Lane and Clackamas Counties
had been, printed and would be mailed
Monday: ' The pamphlets for Multno
mah County- will be printed early in
the week ano mailed upon receipt by
the Secretary of State from the State
The law requires that the SUite
Printer shall deliver the pamphlets to
the Secretary of State between April
22 and April 28. and all but a, compara
tively small number will have been
mailed to registered voters before
May 1. when registration for the pri
mary will close, x
Mr. Olcott urges voters who desire
pamphlets, early and who have not reg
istered to do so at once. The State
Printing- department Is working extra
time to get the pamphlets out on time,.
There will be 18 Republican pamphlets,
three Democratic and one Progressive.
Mr. Olcott has mailed to all County
Clerks, certified printed booklets con
taining the names of the aspirants for
party nominations. The bookrets
are all alike. Mr. Olcott will
send pamphlets only to the registered
voters as reported to his office by the
County Clerks. It Is reported that
owing to the natural increase and the
enfranchisement of women about 250,
000 pamphlets will be necessary.
REAL HOME RULE DOUBTED
Cardinal Says Ulster May Vore Al
teration Vitiating- Act.
BELFAST Ireland, April 17. Car
dinal Logue. the Roman Catholic
prelate of Ireland, gave a brief inter
view upon the home rule controversy
while traveling from Dundalk to his
palace at Armagh.
"I never interfere in political mat
ters." eaid the cardinal, "but I will say
that In my opinion the Irish people,
with the exception of some of them in
the northeast, are enthusiastic for
home rule, and not. as is so often said,
indifferent at heart.
"T do not believe the Protestants
really fear religious discrimination un
der the operation of home rule. They
are afraid, however, of losing their
long standing of monopoly of the good
things of this country. If they have
any real fear of unjust religious dis
crimination under home rule govern
ment there is no reason for such fear.
But the people in the northeast are
making so strong a fight against the
passage of the home rule bill that I
am afraid It will result In alterations
which will destroy Its working value."
WOMAN TO ASK FOR TOGA
Suffragette Plans to Enter Kace
Against Senator Lodge.
BOSTON. April 18. When Massachus
etts becomes a woman's suffrage state,
which in all probability will be in 191,
Mrs. Thomas Pelham Curtis, prominent
socially in the Back Bay and Nahant,
will begin a campaign to be elected
United States Senator in place of Henry
Cabot Lodge. Mrs. Curtis recently ran
for the School Committee in Nahant,
where Senator Lodpe is moderator, and
was defeated by the Senator's follow
ing. It is the Senator's attitude on suf
frage, she says, that has Induced her to
run against him.
"Senator Lodge is strong for the Con
stitution, and, therefore, against suf
frage," she said recently. "Why should
we be governed by rules made by old
fogies? I will oppose him at the polls."
Woman's suffrage recently passed the
Legislature. It must pass another year
before being effective.
educational center for western Lewis
County are largely accountable for the
increase. Last year's total attendance
was 47,094 days. The total for the
first reren months this year was 45,-186.
CIRCUS LURE KILLS BOY
Skull Crushed as He Tries to Imitate
NEW YORK, April 18. An attempt
to imitate circus acrobats caused the
death of Leonard Tambo, 8 years old,
of 1919 Bronxdale avenue. The Bronx.
With a number of other boys he was
playing on a derrick belonging to a
contracting firm at Barnett place and
While hanging by his knees the
clutch slipped on the drum that con
trols the rigging, and the handle
whipped around and struck Tambo on
the head. His skull was fractured. He
died a short time after In Fordham
Pe Ell Schools Make Gain.
PB ELL. Wash.. April 18. (Special.)
Pe Ell's schools have had a substan
tial growth for the first seven months
of the present year as compared with
last year. Better school facilities
whereby Pe Ell is made practically the
Gets Quick Help
for Stomach Pains
Uses That Time-tried Remedy Trait
ola and Obtains Desired Relief.
People who are subject to severe
cramps and pains in the pit of the
Btomach and along the margin of the
ribs on the right side should make
up their minds that they have some
thing serious the matter with them
that calls for immediate attention. They
should be careful, of course, to distin
guish between an acute pain due to a
temporary indigestion, which usually
passes off and seldom comes back, and
thesa more serious pains that are often
accompanied with chills and fever.
No ordinary laxative or constipation
remedy Is of much value In these severe
pains, tor tne trouDie is proDaoiy oue
to the bile hardening in the gall blad
der, and this requires an entirely dif
ferent remedy for relief. Mr. C M.
Williams, of 134 E. Congress St.. St.
Paul. Minn., had symptoms of this kind
and had made arrangements,' on the
advice of four doctors, to have an oper
ation performed. A friend, however.
suggested that he first try Frultola, a
California remedy which is well and
favorably known for these symptoms.
Now Frultola, unlike most other reme
dies, is taken in one dose, as quick and
positive action is necessary In such
cases. Mr. Williams took a dose of
Frultola and passed sixty small stones
which he believes were gall stones. He
has never had any of these cramps
or pains since.
Fruitola is also Invaluable to people
suffering from persistent constipation,
as what they usually need is a thorouxh
cleaning-out. and Fruitola will give
that. It la also a great preventive of
Jaundice, which so often follows these
colicky pains. Frultola, which Is pre
pared only by the Frultola Medicine Co,
Montlcello, 111., for whom this is pub
lished, can be obtained at any drug
store, and the booklet accompanying
each hot tie gives lull directions and
tells Its uses and purposes.
Is not a tear or breach, as commonly
supposed, but is the stretching or di
lating of a natural opening, which can
be closed by wearing a genuine "See
ley's Spermatic Shield" Truss. Fitted
only by the Laue-Davis Drug Co., Third
and Yamhill, who are truss experts.
Toledo School Fair Gets Interest.
TOLEDO. Wash.. April 18. (Special.)
The school fair to be held here May
2 is attracting much interest among
the school pupils. Some of the pre
miums will be cash, others merchan
dise offered by Toledo business men.
Prizes will be given for the best loaf
of white bread, best dozen cookies,
best specimen plain washable dress,
best hemstitching, best exhibit of in
dustrial and general school work, best
mechanical drawing, best collection na
tive woods, and other features.
"Wife John. how many cisrars
QUICKLY ENDS THE
Makes Kidney Troubles, Blad
der Disorders and Rheu
matic Pains Vanish.
It is no longer necessary for any
one to suffer with backaching, kid
ney trouble, have disagreeable blad
der and urinary disorders to contend
with, or be tortured with rheumatism,
stiff Joints, and its heart-wrenching
pains, for the new discovery, Crox
one quickly and surely relieves all such
. Croxone is the most wonderful
remedy yet devised for ridding the
sj-stem of uric acid and driving out
all the poisonous impurities which
cause such troubles. It is entirely dif
ferent from all other remedies. It is
not like anything else ever used for
the purpose. It acts on the principle
of cleaning out the poisons and removing-the
It soaks right in through the walls,
membranes and linings, like water in
a sponge, neutralizes, dissolves, and
makes the kidneys sift out and filter
away, all the uric acid and poisons
from the blood, and leaves the kid
neys and urinary organs clean, strong,
healthy and well.
It matters not how long you have
suffered, how old you are. or what
you have used, the very principle of
Croxone is such, that it Is practically
Impossible to take it into the human
system without results. There is
nothing else on earth like it. It
starts to work the minute you take it
and relieves you the first time you
If "you suffer with pains In your
back, and sides, or have any signs of
kidney, bladder troubles, or rheuma
tism, such as puffy swellings under
the eyes or in the feet and ankles, if
you' are nervous, tired, and run down,
or bothered with urinary disorders.
Croxone will quickly relieve you of
your misery. You can secure an orig
inal package of Croxone at trifling
cost from any first class druggist.
All druggists are authorized to per
sonally return the purchase price if
It falls In a single case. Adv.
that for you today?
Husband This is my seventh.
Wife You do nothing in this world
but smoke, smoke; and I am sure
that's all you'll do in the next.
Kllmlnatea Plates and Brldgework.
It Is equivalent to dentistry in the
zenith of Its perfection. It is the coun
tersign of beauty, cleanliness, com
fort, service. WK DO NOT SAY that
We will make your torth cheaper than
any other dentist in the city. WE DO
say that tht quality of our work at the
price we offer it to you la the cheapest
you can se-ure anywhere.
Briefly, the Alveolar method is this:
If you have two or more teeth left in
ither Jaw. we can supply all that you
have lost with K-cth as good, solid and
sound as the best set of natural teeth
ever grown in any human belnpr's
mouth, and a whole lot more beauti
ful than nature's best product without
resortiiiK to such makeshifts as partial
plates and the unsanitary nridgework.
Alveolar Teeth are not only beautiful,
but they are comfortable and durahle.
We guarantee them to last a lifetime,
where the longevity of bridpework Is
seldom ever longer than 5 or 6 years
and generally a good deal less. It is
never guaranteed to last by any first
class dentist who is responsible and
reliable, because all first-class dentists
will tell you that briilKework at best is
doubtful. It Is a painful operation and
gives trouble from the time it is put
in the mouth until it has to be taken
out. In many cases where bridgework
is impossible, and all cases where it is
possible, tv e can replace your misslnar
teeth with perfect Alveolar Teeth. The
pain Incident to the work is practically
none; the expense Is the same as
the best brilgework but In satisfac
tion there is no comparison between
We have samples in our office to
show at all times hundreds of pa
tleuts here in our home city to refer
to. Examinations and booklets on
Alveolar dentistry are absolutely free.
Remember that In addition to our
specialty. Alveolar Dentistry and cur
ing pyorrhea (loose teeth , we are ex
perts in every branch of dentistry from
the simple filling up.
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SIMPLE WAY TO
Stop Falling; Hair and Itching
There is one sure way that has never
failed to remove dandruff at once, and
that is to dissolve it. then you destroy
it entirely. To do this. Just get about
four ounces of plain, common liquid
arvon from any drug store (this is all
you will need) apply it at nigbt when
retiring: use enough to moisten the
scalp and rub It lu gently with the fin
By morning, most if not all. of your
dandruff will be gone, and three or
four more applications will completely
dissolve, and entirely destroy, every sin
gle sign and trace of it. no matter how
much dandruff you may have.
You will find all Itching and digging
of the scalp will stop Instantly and your
hair will be fluffy, lustrous. Flossy,
silky and soft, and look and It-el a
hundred times better.
If you value your hair, you should
get rid of dandruff at once, for noth
ing destroys the hair so quickly. It
not only starves the hair and makes it
fall out, but it makes it stringy, strag
gly, dull. dry. brittle and lifeless, and
everybody notices It. Adv.