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evening bulletin, Honolulu, it, t.. friday, auoust 2, 1901.
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Weather rirrcau, I'utinhou, August 2,
Temperature Morning tnlulmurd.
7-1; Midday maximum, 81.
llnromcter nt 9 n. m. 30.03. Rising.
Dew Point C7F.
Humidity at 9 a. m, fi'i per cea
Diamond Head Slgnnl Station. Au
gust 2. Weather cloudy; wln.1 fresh
Thursday, August 1.
U. 9. S. Philadelphia, Meade, from
Str. J. A. Cummins, Searle, from
Friday, Aug. 2,
--MANY KINDS -
H T ! of dollar and a quarter Corsets for
HAT I of two dollar Corset for
HAT ! of three dollar Corsets for
Columbln, 1001 Chnlnle
Columbia, Cluiln Wheel
E. O. HALL &
PAUL R. ISENBERG,
CIIAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
123 MERCHANT STREET.
Next to Stangenwald Bldg.
Surreys, Phaetons, Bugjies, Road Wagons, Delivery
Wagons, Drays. Nobby Buggy and Surrey Harness,
with Genuine Rubber, Nickel, or Immitation Trimmings
Collars, all kinds and sizes. Axle Grease, Chamois Skins,
Sun Shades, Wool Mats, Washers, Dash Lamps, Feather
Dusters, Hair Tassels, Harness Oil, Bits, Sponges,
Whips, Horse Brushes, Harness Soap, Harness Dressing,
1 ie Ropes, Carriage Lamps, Lap Robes, Etc, : : :
GOODS PERSONALLY SELECTED BY 0, P. HERRICK ON HIS
RECENT TRIP EAST.
Columbus Buggy Co.
Gold MrJtl, Paris Exrosltlon, 1970.
Mrs. Kruger's Death
May Effect War
New York, July 21 A cable to the
Tribune from London says: The death
of Mm. Krugcr may have some w
lluciuu In shortening the ur. Kruger 1
himself has been leported to be ex
ceedingly (lespondtnt over llio'mllltary
opeiatlons, ami the conespoudcuce be
tween Reltz mul Stein has Justlllcd his
dlscourugemeiit. Ills domesllc bc-n-acmcnt
ntuy cautc him to los) heart
for continuing the hopeless Etrugglo.
Ills Dutch physician luue been warn
ing tit 111 tor moullia aualust th eousc
quencea of excitement, since' his heart
uction Is abnormally wcik.
A Btury 18 btought by influential
South Africans that Commandant Oen- masted schooner, tu be named tho
tral llotlia was stiongly dUposcd to William Nottingham, with a capacity
surrender but did not consider hlniBolf for carrying 1,100,000 feet or lumber,
at llbetty to do 10 tgalnst the Judg-Tho vessel, which will cost $75,000, is
went of Kruger. Ocncial Ilotha has a, named arter n New; York capitalist,
family so -rovldo for and Is poor and M'" ' a V ftoekholdcr In tho com
"..,"'.. ..... 1. ,1,,,,. . tpouy. and will be ready for launching
wiuium rcuun:. .. . ..-,,
nert ho is ucpendent upon allowances
which Krugcr has agreeil to make for
iilm if he continues 1110 emigBie to
long as possible.
There Is no practical method of veri
fying these explanations, but this ac
count comes from South Africans who
ought to know what they are talking
Dry Dock fop Manila.
New York, July 21. It Is announced
that Rear Admiral Howies, thief con
structor of tho Nuvy, Is tnklng steps
for tho transportation of tho Spanish
dry docks in Huvana harbor to Stib'g
biy, Island of Luzon,
To nhollHh Vatican limbuHHy.
London, July 21, A dispatch from
I'arla sajs: Tho budget coicmlttto of
the Chamber of Deputies haa voted
tu abolish the French Embassy to the
C. F. HERRICK,
J. A. McKerron
FINE HORSE BOOTS
GolJ Medal, Parts Exposition, 1503.
Steamers and Sailors
San Francisco, July 24. Tho steam
crs Meteor, Eureka and Tampleo, all
en routa to San Francisco from tho
toRtcrn ('oa8t wlt" carKe8 of loal- arp
Intended for a new lino to bo c-Btab
llshed between Seattlo and Honolulu
by tho Globe Navigation Company.
The Meteor is to bo especially litted
up for tho transportation of fruit on
return trips from tho Islands, and for
this purpo3o will have a cold-storage
plant Installed, upon her arrival hero.
Work has begun at Milliard, Wash.,
,on a licet of ten wooden esbels foi
'tho (Hobo Tiansiioitatlon Company
,T1 tlrst lo ., io,iln,.i.c,i will bo a four-
B,x, ,, Th0 Becon(1 vcgge, Bl.
r,a(,y lm(lcr congtnlctloni wlu uo tho
8ciiooner Lyman C. Smith, named aft-
cr the typowrlter manufacturer,
FILIPINO BANDIT CHIEF
New York, July 2L A cable to the
Sun from Manila Bays: The central
division of the Federal party hold a
meeting yesterday at which resolutions
wero adopted denouncing General Ca
bnlles. This bandit has orderevl the
nssasslnatlon of GenCinl Cullies, the
former rebel commander, uml I'anUi
Tavcra, member elect of tho I'hlllpplno
Commlshlou, Calmllcs hits also or
dered tho assassination of other Fili
pino lnuleis who h.10 Burrendcrcd,
Reoently ho forced tho presidents of
Cavlntl and San I'edro Tunasan, prov
ince of Laguna, to get down on their
kneeu and shout for Cahallcs nnd a
I'hlllpplno republic. Afterward hi
threw tho presldentes over a precipice,
Str. Mauna mh, Slmersun, from
Maul and Hawaii.
Thursday, August t.
P. M. S. S. Peru. Plllsbury, for the
Str. llanulel, I'etlmen, for Malta
veil. Str. lwalnnl, Greene, for Eleele.
Will m ea and Nllhau.
Sir, James Makeo. Tiillett, for Kn-I
Schr. Twilight, for llnn.ilel.
Schr Mol Wahlne, for P.mullo.
SAIL1N0 THIS AFTERNOON.
O. S. S. Zealandia, Dow dell, for San
Francisco at 4 p. in,
Str. Kalulnnl, Dower, for llllo ports
(Combustibles and acids only).
J'. M. S. S. City of Peking, Smith,
for San Kraticlvru.
C.-A. S. 8. Xorangl, liny, for the
t'. S. A. T. Thomas, lluford, for Ma
From Hawaii and Maul polls, per
Str. Mauna I.oa, Aug. 2. Mm. L.
Lnngehi'lm and child, Miss C. F. Wil
liams, S. Lesser, Miss E. Thonins, Miss
M. Sllva, lllshop J. Willis. Mrs. F. Pat
tun, child and ntirso, J. t'orrela, II. Cor
rein, ,M, corrcln, Jr., ntid wife. A.
CrncKburn. E. Qui, Chick You. W. II.
(Ireonwell, L. L. Urccnwell, L. Tobrln
er. A. P. Jeghcns. J. E, lllrd, W. Ilooth,
J. Klrkland. Young Kill, Dr. J. II. Ray
mond, A, I). Wood. O. II. Robertson. C.
M. Cooke, T. J. King, !'. Faxon, W. O.
Cornwall, Miss K. Cornwcll, Rev. A. II.
We) mouth, .1, N. Cobb. R. Robb and
wife, .Mrs. 1 Kohler, Miss L. Dtichnl
sky. Miss E. Lima. Miss E. Diidolt.
Miss E. Crockett, C. l'ossu and SI on
For the Orient, per P. M. S. S. Peru,
Aug. 2. A. J. Coffer, Rov, W. M. MnB
sic, F. X. Langc, M. N'ollan, M. Ilrod
crick, 20 Chinese and 70 Japanese In
For Kapaa, per Str. James Makeo,
Aug. 1. Miss V. Mahlkoa. Mrs. Dra
iners, Mrs. Sam Mahelona, LUzle
For Kauai, per Str. Iwalanl, Aug. 1.
II. I Marx. .Miss Williams, II. W.
Honor, C. 11, W. Norton, P. Jones, W.
1-. Johnson, E. Kahale.
For Kauai, per Str. Hanalel. Aug. 1.
II. Wlshard, Mrs. J. W. Asser. Henry
Asch, Mrs. Podmoro nnd 3 children.
Ixmdon, July 23. A fenturo of to
day's scbBlon of tho Ilrltlsh Congress
of Tuberculosis was Prof Koch's paper
which was listened to with the deepest
Interest by tho big gathering In St.
Lord Lister Introduced the noted
German professor to the assembly with
11 few complimentary words. During
bis nddresa Dr. Koch said his experi
ments had Batlslled him that human
tuberculosis and bovine tuberculosis
were radically different diseases and
that he had amply demonstrated that
rattle could not be Infected with hu
man tuberculosis. The counter propo
sition was hard to ptoe, the doctor
fcald, owing to the ditlieulty of ex
perimenting upon human subjects, but
iiersuuully ho wus satisfied such was
the case and ho recited ut length post
mortem evltkme supK,rtluH this be
lief. Dr. Koch bald If this point were
conceded It remainc-J to tictcrmlnc tho
chief source of contagion.
Continuing, ho said that human Im
munity to bovine Infection disposed ct
the belief of Infection through dairy
products, and he considered this source
of danger so slight as to bo unwotthy
of precautionary measures. Heredity
was also an unimportant factor In tho
transmission of tuberculosis, though
the contrary had long been believed.
Dr. Koch said tho chief danger of con
taglou lay In the sputum of consump
t!o putlents, and that a remedy was to
ho found In n law preventing the con
sumptive from strewing contagion
Several methods to this end wero
mailable, said tho doctor, tho surest
of which Is isolation In sanitariums,
This, unfortunate!), wus Impractica
ble, but ha etiongly urged the estab
lishment of special consumptive hospl
i'Us nnd tho obligatory notification of
tho authorities of tho existence of the
disease, the disinfection of their quar
ters w bene; er consumptives changed
their resilience, and the Ulssemluatlon
of Information to the people concerning
tho true nut u re of consumption, to aid
In avoiding and combating It.
Dr, Koch highly complimented Dr,
Herman M, Illggs, pathologist and til
rector of tho bacteriological laborator
ies of tho Now York Health Depart
ment, upon the repressive measures
concerning tuberculosU taken In Now
York, where, ho said, the mortality
from tuberculosis had been reduced 35
per cent since 1886, and recommended
tho system organized by Dt Ulggs in
New York to tho study and Imitation
of nil municipalities.
Dr. Koch closed his remarks by ex
pressing IiIb belief that tho ultimate
stamping out of tuberculosis was pos
sible. "Women have no originality no In
"sNonseiibc; I'o ueen my stenograph
er maUo a memorunilum with a bat-pin
on a cuke of soap when alio had no
paper handy," Chicago Record-Herald.
Aili. in this column uill he mterleil
al IS cenli (I line one inreilimi : JS
cenlt (iro imtrtlvnt! to centt one ueel; 10
emit lieo tieflt, ami CO centf one month.
Thit it (lie cheiifietl aitierliiingeierotred
the people of Honolulu.
BRUNSWICK OYSTBH AND CHOP
llnuie has 1,-r-ren.d unJer tew manaetmet l
Sid. Maniger, furmeOi of King stree. 19 611
I F YOU II AVE a house tor re. t or want to rent a
house, m A. K. Hindi. Collections carelut y
attended to a"d r'omtl,y remitted. Office Its k.a
NOTICE The (rounds cl tti Alexander Young
Building, and the rrWate s reef to he known as
lllshop street, are ctnsrd to the public until further
otlce siaMI) WM. MLTUI,
l8rtlmo Surf. A'exander Young 111 '.
MOTtCE TO millDLRS-The Union Eatress Co
' Mi WHITE SAND FOR SALfc jiealtl
WANTf-D A number of good painters al nee.
Apr'y1 v PauUen. King street. .Jo06'1
AANTED-rirt-cla mll'lner and sa'e lady A"
" ply t the M. fc. V " n Co , Ltd , Ho el street
WAN I ED rrergetlc workers to distribute adver
tls 1 g. suci nscirrulirs, sam les of herchan
i se, etc., for Amercsn manufactures. I ermant t
occupation; good pay. Write for particulars t
ao W .SlhM.. hew V.rk. tl S A.
sSSS-St Jety is t lo si 6.. ug?o.
WANTED A room mate, g nt'eman of position
and refi emtnt has tue room with two be a t
shve with proper person. Addicts " R. M. tiul-
Ie In office. i) s-iw
WANTED TO kENT for a trim of tears, a to e
in business part of town H Mel or I ort striets
preferred, Will pay rent month'y In advance.
lwANTED-Adiress of ladies, free In al that
vv freedom Implies especially from religion ard
Moth-rCirundy that will correspond with ticn'lemen
likewise free, (.entlemen must send tei cents silver
and two-rent stimp for List. Arthur C tserett, N-M ,
eneral Dellve'y. Sen Dleeo Calif ,pa. i-Vo-iw
JUANTED tiertleman wishes first-class lumNhed
vv room Pleas state particulars. Address
"Enquirer" this office 18,0-iw
XXANTFD-Mal and female workers lor Domestic
T po.ltlons reeled Lmpl ment office,
Building C.r. of Merchant and Alakea Sts.
WANTED-Offtre clerk (Male or le-ale) with
prl liege of leatnlng t.pewrlting and salary
paid. Room 8 Magoon Building.
BOOKKEEPERS. OFFIO CLERKS and light
drivers warned dally 8 lo .0 a. m. fVle.t Em
plot ment office, Magoon Building Cor. Me chant and
WANTED-TO St II JCWELBV AD WATCHEJ
,v In the latest styles Watches ircalred by a
iweler of s years experience,
ROOM AND HOARD.
THE LANOTON, kln St , nearSouih, nicely turn
' lheJ room and JlnkR ronm in conrt-tti- n with
hnuNp, Tab'e Nur J L'nitr management rl .Mr. H
5. Hfhtrt iorfc-tf
"T0 LET N'celv furnUheJ an4 airy room at the
I Ell r, i6 Hotel street i9y6.imo
TO LET House of five rooms on Young St, ton
site t'lThtmai Square next to the Balmoral.
Rent $40 oo per month.
!934iw Emiuirt of H. Gorman,
OFFICES FOR RENT-There art two suites
v or iwuana inree room eacn in tne front part,
anj two suites of two rooms each In the back part of
the nw ' buHJlnj? on Alakea s reet Just makal o the
Pacific Club, that now remain ti be aken. anJ ihoe
are the oniv ones left. A moit eccellent cellar of Box
o mat may wen re utea tor storage, comp'eies the
available space in the but'dtng. To obtain par'l
culars about this most excellent business location call
and see at their offices on Alakea iret, rposlte the
iijiiiin, ur. iicnry tv novtarj ana a. l.. DiCRjIS.
COR RENT-Nlce New Colts tret of frw ro.mi.
1 kitchen anJ ba li King street ICapalama, Jioco
ana iiiti rrr mnnin irquire tin ot M., Knom
S, above Trst National bank, t t. K. Strauch.
TO LET Nice sU'roomtotupe, on LunsMlo. near
W. . '. w- 1 vu... Stll-.K., US. SWSMSr lt;.,
Pensacjla street. Eirm-tt May, JuJJ Htjdilng,
I'ensacjia sireei. crrmt.it nij
TO LFT Seft n llnut. well furnished rwms with
1 bosrd. ounir St near I'iIkM S.t-imo
TO LET Three newly furn'stied room
rroor ana cool. MackiockAve
TO LET Six room cottage, next to Morm .n
church, porcellan bath, patent w c., etc Rent
$tfo, Arp'v 1 1 A 0 Cuha, 886' mo
LET Two front rooms
No, v Garden Lane,
A COTTAGE TO LET-Flve rooms just off Walkl
kl Road. Immediate posseslin Rtnt tijoo
a month. Apply Tramway Oil Ice, I'unahou.
TO LET--The Vlda Villa Is now under the manage
ment of Mrs D S Rcld. NIcelv furnished rooms;
table board can be had on application i8?(-mo.
IF you Have house for rent, or want to rent a
house, rail nn a, R, It I NOT. office with Guide
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant street.
Telephone Main i4. i8ftf
OFFICES FOR RENT-In Brewer building. Queen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C. brewer
at Co , Ltd,
TOR RFNT An eight room Cottage. All it o Jem
I Improvements. Two minutes walk from Tram
way. Inquire a the Mint or Favorite Saloon i8x tf
FOR SALE -New an! second-hind Smlih. Premier
lyp.'Wflters for sale ur rent. All makes leralrtd.
Washington Light Co. tooiMf
PR SALE 7 sections of dror curtains for ver
anda, new. fit anywhtre. A'klnton Room I
CTfAM LAUNCH FOR SALL 'h "Talula"
J she now iks In the hirbor. She s a nearly new
boat In perfect working order, and has toen of late
used tn towing at Kami ui narDor, w it, fa n,
FOR SALE Three lots In Karahulu tract, ro.oco
square feet, $ioo Lot in Puanul tract tc.oro
square feel, St loo JUDD fc COMI'sNY. Telephone ltfe ne Olieim Victoria's daiit-titoi- tlin
.ti Ma'n Oftc. io siang, waid Building, po.''le ot u"-" eiona uaugiuer, 1110
uox .r, rionoiuiu i, n. luco-ti
Doesn't yound as if it could be
BUT IT IS TRUE, aS WE INVITE U TO DISCOVER THIS .MORNING.
There are several lundreJ of them these Corsets in eighteen differ
ent styles ; nnd none of them were ever before sold for less than a
dollar and a quarter. Reason why they're so cheap ? Fact is we
have too many. Free to confess that. Everybody makes mistakes
in buying lometimes, and we well, we must " pay the piper."
Come In and see them, it will be strange enough if you don't find
yome among them that will fit you as comfortably as the proverbial
old shoe, and tit you without sacrificing stylishness, either.
FOR SALE-CjUrrjfhrp.wTl er.prlet 525 OO.
Apply C En Chtn. Hobron Drug" Co. i8,oim
PR SALE Six lots on Knpahu'u Roti. Kalimikl
TfJCL cheiD. on the Inttillmcnl nlin. Arnlv
E in it ett Miy. Jifj H-iiUing. i8ti.-.i
COR SALE-Al wrv tow prices. In Hllo town
1 lot at Rlvirtlit Park, cornmanJInr tht bet
of Ocean anl Mountain. Six lot, all rrominettie
street. on cottat occupy In e mlJJI let an J welt
furnish.. For particulars apply to A. M. Potemkln.
FOR SALE A pi) ins rooming house anj don
town cafe, price raonttle. Apply by letter ".
puiitiin umc iQJO-iw
FOR SALE Comer grocery store establlthtJ for
over to ears. his (area an 4 (oni patronage.
for funhr particulars apply by mall, Hllo, pot), to.
COR SALE A phaeton In excellent condition, clo'h
llnJ Cot lit r.inv. Fnt rhn tnnjlr
of Mrs W. C Wceion. OlnKham it , or room S,
I OST A bunch of keys, were lelt In P. O Box ico
-- Wednesday, July it I Inltr pleaie retu n to
this ofhee an J receive reward 1006-lf
I OST, STRAYED OR STOLFN-A black and
-- whl't pip (Hunting Dog), Finder will be suit
ably rewarded en returning tht same to W M
OST Bishop & Co Saln2's (link Book list
- finder p'essl return to Bank ipofU
I OST A small fjr cape, green silk lining, either on
I- Walklkl or Bere'inla Sit road. Finder leailng
sm at this nl, will receive reward iKpo-iw
Pound Master's Notice
Notice l htrebv elven, that the animal5
descrleed below have beer 'mpounJed
the Gove-nmtnt Pound at Makikl, Kona,
Island of O.ihu, anJ unless the pound fees
and damages are sooner atlstird will be
sold at the date hereafter named according
July 31. toot-i sorrel hore, branded
y on tlcht hind lee. white scots on back
and white stroke on forehead to nostrils,
all four legs whit: anJ shod.
The above animal will be ;olJ at 12
o'clock, noon, baturJay, August 17, loot,
If not call-J for before the above date
100G jt Pound .Ma'ter.
IN TmE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST
circuit, territory if lUwrll in Frnbite At Cham
bers In the matter , if he estate ut James A. Hopper,
late of Honolulu (Jshj. deceased, teate. Th ceil
tlon and accounts of ths i te utrU and Executors of
V e. Ill nt said deceased, wherein they ask that their
accumts be examtned and approved, and that a final
order be made ut dtstribu'lun of Hie prop-rty remain
ing in ihelr lands to tiie persons thereto ent tied, and
Jlsiharglng them from alt further responsibility as
such Executrix ind Esecu nrs haling been filed
It Is orJered, thatMOMJAY thg-h day of SEP
TEMBbR, A. D ot, at TEN nVlock a. m at
Cliambers, in the Cojrt House, at Honolulu, te and
the same hereby is apponted as the time .nd place
tor hearing said petition andaccounis.andthat.il
persons interi-sted may then and there appear and
show cause, if any they have, wh the tame should
nrt b .ranted
Honolulu. Oahu. August a, 1901.
J. A. THOMPSON.
KINNEY, BALIOU St McCtANAHAN,
At orneys lor the Executrix and Executors
sj6Aug . 0,16 al
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST
Circuit, Terrltoiy of Hawaii, In probate, at ,ham
brrs. In the man. rot the esta'e of A. C Pestana,
deceased OHJlH TO SHOW CAUB ON AITLICATlON
TO stiLfvtALiTrB On reading and Ming the
retltl in of M. AGorlves, nf Honolulu, Utand of
Oahu, as administrator of the etat of A, (, Pes
tana, Jecvttti ta'e of Honolulu aforesa d, praying
for an older auli'ililng and licencing the sail ad
ministrator to sell trtaln real estate le'tnglng to
aid estate aVcnreJ as tullot It tlat rMtiin
pa'Cel of land, kltuate 01 tin East sldwof Makikl
street, Honolulu, Oahj fron Ing u feei on said
Makikl Street, with a depth of tro fiI and bounded
on the nuuka side by land of 'otn Ojderklrk on the
waiKiKi sue oy tatu or flairs, anj on ne makai
slJebyEnoi. Lane, being j pinion of tni Und des
cribed In Roal Patent Mo 60)1, and cnrtalnlng an
area of 3v s tuare feet, with two cottages thereon ,
and set' Ing forth certain legal reastms v. ay ku.Ii teal
estate should be told ti wit Tlut mere is nvi suttl
clent personal property belonging to sa desta'uto
pay th valid debts agi Inst the same, aiJ that such
debts aggregate the sum of Ipftg
Now, tht re i ore, it Is hereb ordered that all persons
Interested In slid estate appear before me at Cham
bers. In Prolate at the Court Home (n Honolulu
aloresald. on r-RIDAY. the 6thdayof SEPTEMBER,
rout, at Un o'clrck In the f renoon t then and there
to shtiw ciuse why such order should not be Issued.
And It It further ordtred.that notice of this order be
published at least three surressiveuetks before tht
said day of hearing in tne Lvenlng Bulletin, a news
paper of general tlrcuiafon, published In Honolulu
aforesaid, the last publication to be not less than ten
days previous t the time therein appointed lor said
Dated Honolulu, T H th's jist day of Jut) , A D.
GCO. D. GEAR,
Second Judge of said "our..
I. M. LONG,
Attorney for Administrator iQM-fat
Although aeenty-sl. jearn old, the
Huv, Dr. J, 0, I'aton, tho famous mis
sionary to tho New HehiUles Islands, Is
about to return to his Held of labor
after a visit to this country and En
gland, KJng Edwatd VII has decided that
Ills eldest daughter slu-11 uot bear tho
title of "Prlnccus Iloral" duilnc .thu
uunu&vr ciuiiicaa a leui'iicit.
true, does it ?
Jas. F. Morgan
m -68 Queen Straat
Piano For Sale,
FINE J & G.FISCHER PIANO
In good condition. COST ffco
WILL BE SOLD FOR 5300, at my
salesroom, : : CjQuten street.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No aleep-prodttclng agents or
These aro tho only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold rrunns and porcelain
ciowns tindc-ctoeablo from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 ycats' experience, nnd
each department In charge of a Special
ist aire U3 a call, and you will find
its to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advanoo exactly what
your work will cost by a FHEE EX
Set Teeth SS 00
Gold Crowns SS.00
Gold FllllnUH SI.OO
Silver Fillings hoc
Our name nlono will be a guarantees
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Elite Building. Hotel Street,'''
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
TBiBjflaVjffJ !. I I .1 IW