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EVENING BTJTAETTN, nONOLTJLU, H. T., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. ', 1901.
UllllM I i ..-
Come and See Us at
OUR NEW HOME
We have purchased the entire stock of the" t ,
Pacific Cycle- Company, '
and have a full line of Sporting Goods
and Bicycles : : : : :
.Sterlings now on sale.
Also some SPAULDING and CRAWFORD -WHEELS.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS KARLY U.tCAUSE THEY ARE GOINO FAST
S B O. HALL &
THE GERMMILLIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 for Death Claims, f24.37J14G9.65
For Matured Policies 7,507,608.27
Dividends and Surrenders - 13.(99,134.37
Manager for Hawaiian Itl.nds.
STRIKERS HUNT OFFICER
The strike situation In San Francisco
U still causing much concern to mcr
rhants here and there.
Acts of violence are becoming more
and more frequent and causing alarm.
The Gaelic was delajed oy the strike
ind during the process of loading her
irst olllcer was mobbed by a crowd of
strikers and nearly killed. He was left
In the hospital In San Francisco and
lll be sent home to England, as soon
.id able to travel. One of his ees was
rouged out In the melee. At the
Oceanic docks the Zealandla Is n
hoarding house for the laborers at
ork on the other vessels. The work
rs live on her under an armed' guard.
The company Is" paying these men
from $2 to $4 a day and feeding and
lodging them. The Mariposa was be
ing loaded under the greatest difficulty
tut It was thought that she would get
way on time. The sailing vessels are
torklng slowly, From letters receiv
ed In the Gaelic's mall It seems that
there Is no giving away on either sldo
ind the outlook Is very gloomy.
Urmcathed by Fire.
X. F. Ilurgess had In Ills rig In the
'Labor Day parade a number of articles
thut passed through the Hall Ilr.
.Strange to say, some lawn mower
4Id not even have the paint burned off.
They were In the middle of the build
ing while the fire ragea. Altogether
about forty articles came Into the
lands of Mr. Ilurgess from the fire.
Perry Takes Possession
While the dispute between the Gov
ernment and Judge Antonio Perry
about land at Nlu has been hung up
In the Attorney General's office for
an opinion, the Judge hns not wasted
time In bulldlng-a stone wall upon the
ground claimed to belong to the pub
lic highway, fencing It Into his own
Senor Slxto I.opcz, departs In tho
Gaelic this evening for Hongkong and
It. V. Shingle will personally 'on
duct a party of hunters to Molokat this
The steamer Oreeonlan. with about
J.tKW tons of general cargo. Is expect-'
so here Monday from San Franclsi
Hawaiian securities continue to de
cline fn price on 'the .Coastr
Warrants have been issued for the
arrest of ten Japaneso for assault and
battery on a countryman at Iwllei this
forenoon. Tho trouble all came
about, through tho discharge of a
man from ono of the Japanese steve
- . t .
Try the Automobile
Building, that fire
proof structure nenr
the Cnpltol Building,
, where bonrdcrs are
safe from Iosh by fire
and where the finest
livery In the town ciin
''finest is the town
Ex. "Mariposa" on Septernher 7th,
we will receive over 1 00 CollRlbiS,
Cleveland and Rambler Bicycles.
THEIR DEPORTATION NIGH.
E. R. Hendry, chief office deputy
marshal of the United States, will car
ry out Judge Estee's orders of deporta
tion of two Chinese by the steamer
Gaelic this afternoon. Young Ho was
ordered deported on August 19. He
c.lmed that the owned more than
11000 worth of property In this Terri
tory, being taro lands at Pauoa. Much'
Tal's sentence was on August 22. Ho
lived at aKIIiia, Hawaii, where he
owns property. Doth men left the Isl-
nmls last year, thus unwisely losing
the opportunity to register as resident
laborers. Hence their deportation.
COURT LUNALILO, NO. 6600,
A. O. F.
Notice Is hereby given that all the
members of this court'nre rcauested to
attend nt n regular meeting to be hM !
,t.la ltr...l..n.ln..i ...l a . 1
nun iVTUMtrBUUj'f fti-miiK, OUpiUIIlIlUr
4. 1901, at 7:30 o'clock, at Harmony
Hall, King street, for the purpose of
Installation of Its officers for tho en
suing term, and the proposed amei. I
ment to an article of Its constitution.
Dy order of JOHN M. KEA.
Honolulu. Sept 4. 1901. 1933-lt
310 Fort Street.
All the Latest Books both
in cloth and paper bindings.
Largest stock of miscellan
eous books in the Islands to
select from. Anybook not
in stock will be procured on
FINE SOCIETY STATIONERY
J. W. WEBB
If you want a good servant or
cook, clerk or bookkeeper,
cashier or stenographer, yard
boy or carpenter, painter or any
kind of help.
ARE YOU OUT OF WORK?
Apply to C. E. MOORE & CO.,
and they will get you a position.
MONEY TO LOAN.
A Furnished House for3ale.
New House; New Furniture.
Houses and Lots for Sale on
C. E. MOORE & CO.
125 Merchant St., near Fyqrt.
Weather Bureau, Punahou. Septcni-
bcr 4. Temperature Morning mini
mum, 75; Midday maximum, 8G.
1 1 Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.99. Steady.
Dew Point 72F.
Humidity at 9 a, m. 71 per cent.
Diamond Head Slgnnl Station, Sep
tember 4. Weather hasy; wind light
Tuesday, September 3,
Scbr. Lady, from Oatiu ports.
Wc'dncsday, September 4.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, from Ka
Tuesday, September 3.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and
.Stmr.i Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
Stmr. Wi Q. Hall, Thompson, for
Kauai ports. ''
Stmr. Lehua, Napala, for Moloknl
Stmr. James Makce, Tullett, for ril
Stmr. Iwalanl, Green, for Lahalni,
Kaannpall, Honokna and Kkulhaele.
Schr. Ada, for Hanalel.
Schr. Malolo, for Hanalel.
8AIMNO THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Noeau, Wyman, for Punaluu,
at 5 p. m.
Stmr. Ke Au Hon, Mosher, for La-
halna and Kaanapali, at Sp. in.
Stmr. Nllhau, Thompson, for Ana
liola, nt r p. m.
Stmr. Walaleale, Piltt, for Hnua
maiilu, at S p. m.
From San Francisco, per O. & O.
S. S., aaelie. H. P. Colfelt, T. A.
Howe", Dr. P. Krelg and wife, R. G.
Jones, E. C. Stowcll,' J. L. Upham.
Through For Yokohama Mr. T. t-u-Ituda,
Mrs. F. M. Russ'ell. For Kobe
E-, A. Sargent, S. J. Speak. For
Shanghai R. J. Cain, W. Carlson,
Mrs. A. Colton Miss K. Hykcs, F.
Du Jardln, T. Pemberton, Mrs. T.
Pembcr.on, Miss E. M". Porter, Rev.
J. E. Skinner, Mrs. J. E. Skinner and
two children, E. Thierry, Mrs. L3.
Thierry. For y'ongkong Mrs. M. 1.
Buford, Henry Durk, Jr., Mrs. Henry
Burk, Mrs. F. C. Cosby, II. E. Crow
ley, Mrs. H. E. Crowley, Mrs. E. C.
Hall. V. 1.. Hemming, Mrs. F. 0.
Kerston and daughter, W. M. Man
uel, Mrs. W. M. Manuel, Miss A. H.
Rutherford, A. A. B. Schmerkcr, Mrs.
A. Simpson. Miss B. Tyson, L. M.
Worts. Join at Honolulu F. C. Cos
by, Senor S, Lopez, C. it. C. Moller
T. T. Patterson, FIske Warren, D. J.
, From San Francisco, per barlt
Olympic, September 3. E. W. Jack
son, Mr. Allen.
From Kona ports, per stmr. Maun-i
Loa, September 3. M. L. Langehlm,
Mrs. D, Watau. Miss F. Walau, Miss
A. King, Miss N. King, Lee TlcX
Chong Cluck, Major Purdy, C. H.
Robertson, Jr., Miss J. Bartels, D.
Makaena, Geo. Kawaha, Matslmoto,
Malkawa, Alfred Patteun, W. F. Ma-
koko and son, MIbs M. Leslie, II . Les
lie, Mrs. M. Mitchell. Ed. Daniels. Miss
M. Wight, D. Conway, Geo. Baker,
J. A. McGuire, P. Parratt, Hiss O
Clark. Miss L, Clark, Miss . Beard,
Miss M. E. Low, Miss J. Harrison.
Rev. E. W. Thwlng. Geo. Adela, Mao
ter Ed. Hurt, Master J. Hart, Mrs. S
Lamahe', W. Grecnwell, R. Hawy..
hurst, MIf3 A. Mutter, Miss A. Woh
ler. Master J. R. Smith, C. Andrews.
Miss C. Praha, Jas. AndrewR. J. W.
Hall, C. H. Coulson, MIbs P. Parish,
Miss M. Alexander, Miss C. Green,
Miss R, Green, Miss H. Akuna, Miss
Ah Wo Tal and J. Richard, and ISO
From Kauai, per stmr. Mlkahaln
September 4. Mrs. E. H. Ryan, Mice
Mabel Haster, Miss Jcnctte Master. E.
K. Bull. E. L. Krouse, Miss Flora
Kauai, F. W. Thompson, Mrs. R. W.
Podmore, 8. H. Clark, John Hahn
berg, Alfred Halbertlg. Miss Roslo
Mlko. Stephen Aukal, Mrs. L. Joseph,
Y. Tanaka, Mayeda, Jno. Kamanuwal,
Willie Kauai, David Kcalalulu and 4
For Kilauea, per stmr, James Mi
Itee. Soptember 3, Carleton Miller,
A. Brodle, 8. W Meheula, Plna Wil
For Lahalna, per stmr, Iwalanl, Sep
tember 3. J. Hall, Lillian Hall.
For Kauai, per stmr. W. G. Hall,
September 3. Miss Ewarth, Myiry
Cfirmnn, D. II. Case, Miss A. 11.
Smith. A. G .Correa. Mrs. Enoch Low
ell, MIsh Lena Dcvcrlll, Judge David
ion, J. C. Davis, Li Cheung, Fr, Maur-'
ice, Mr. Lyon, Miss M. Davis, C.
Asay, II. 8. Gay, 8. R. Kcyworth,
Miss A'o Kohlll, H. D. Sloggctt,
Miss Grace Farmer, Margaret Miller
J. T. De Bolt, Miss Ella Thronas,
Miss Lottie Jordan, J. T, Warren,
Miss Manfred, So, Young, Henry Wnl
lace, C. II. Swet'tzer.
TRIAL MM ENDS
Judgo Little had ajury drawn thin
morning to try the action to quiet title,
broughtiby- S, Ahml against Atinluj
Waller and thirteen others, for proisV-
erty on Deretanla. between Emma nntl
Fort streets, when the discovery was
made that one of th defendants wus
dead and thore was no administrator
of his estate. The case was thereupon
continued till next term.
Kaneaktia, McCants Stewart, Creh;h
on. Enoch Johnson and Kaulukoii, fur
plaintiff; Kinney, Ballon & McClann
lan. Itobortson & Wilder. Magoon &
Thompson, Ka-ne and C. Brown, fV
In impaneling the Jury the lawyers
'or defendants claimed .three chal
lenges for each defendant, which If
'ully exercised would drive out forty
two Jurors.. Judgo Little, however,
would not have it thai way, Baying ne
was not making law, but administer
'ng, and allowed but three challenges
.o tho Joint defense
m i ..
Captain A. Fuller, John Ouderklrk
and J. J, Dyer have been appointed
i board of appraisers lo value the float.
Ing property and machinery of the In-
.er-lsland and Wilder Steamship com
panles. They will hand In their report
within ii week and on It the basis for
tho consolidation of tho Interests of
the two companies will be made.
Tho steamer men of tho IA. S. N,
Co, are wontlertng who is to pay tho
fine for tho delay on the part of the
postofllco In calling for a bag of mall
brought here In tho Makee Sun'Iay
and allowed to remain at tho wharf
until tho following day.
, Adv. in this column will he inierttd
'r at IS ctnli a lint one imerlion ; ts
unli ttco iniertivni; SO centt out week; 40
ctnlt two neelct, 'id CO tenli one month.
Th!i h the chtapett odt trilling eitroffertd
tht ptoplf of Honolulu
MADAME P. LAMBERT Utt from P.rls
B his removed her Dressmaking Psrlors from
Nuuanu Av to corner Vlneysrd anJ Millet Sts.
Wkere she will he pleisei to see her utions. ml-iw
I D. AVERY PUBLICSTENOG'rX-
phcr typewriter nnd proofreader
Corroratlon snX ruMl meetings renorted. Acurstc
trsntcrlrts of Important docum.nts a spectilty. j
1 rooi rrau tur juuiur n iuuuiiiicit vmn ii"n
8 10 5 1 45 (later by Appointment). Room 6 Elite
IJgTti. Biui6u. ' i-tf
DEDHOUSE THE WATCHMAKER I
v located HUH Alike meet. Special atten
tlon given to fine watch Kptjlflng. tgi8-tm
IF YOU HAVE . house for rent or want to rent a
1 house, see A. R. Blndt. Collections carefully
attended to and promptly remitted, Office ill Kaa
humanu street 8otlf
MOTICE The prpunds of th. Alexander Younff
1 Bulldlnr, and the private street to be known as ,
Bishop street, are closed to the public until further
notke' IsionioI WM. MUTCH, I
l8S-tmo Supt. Alexander Young BIJ,
OTICE TO BUILDERS-Th. Union fcipress Co.
has whitk ni) i-uk sale. nei'r
WANTED Two or three rooms for light house
keeping, fun Ished or urfumlshed. Ami rkan
couple, no children. Address D-, P, O , Box est,
""t ' i
WANTED -A position as bookkeeper by l.dy l h
fifteen yeais experience, Address A. t; A r:.
Post office box .. loti-.w
WANTED At Sailors Horn, dining-rooms. Re
gular boarders at & oo per week fr Initle meals
etc.. short orders all dav. French cooking, I'
umoen, caterer. ii,it-iw
AANTED Eery man In town looking for a good
" meal to eat at Brunswick Oyster and Chop
Home. Fort St. ign-lf
WANTED To Sell Diamond and Opal Rikos.
In fha latest styles Watches isoalred ova
liweler of years experience, G. DIETZ, Fort St ,
near Hotel. 1S08-H
ROOM AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND BOARD, newly and nicely furnished
mosaultortocf. electric llahts: also best table
board ottalnable Special opening rates, rooms
$1 50, h ard $s per week. Helen's Court, adjoining
b 1. Bu dlnr. on Adam'. Lane, on Hotel strict.
Telephone. Whit, utt. tqn- mo
THE LANGTON, King St.. near South, nicely turn-
Ished rooms, and dl.lne: room In connection with
house. Table board. Under management of Mrs H
S Herbert. 1006-t
"O LET House at $10,50, Sioxo, $6,$o In IMama.
I Apply Campbell Blotk room j8. iqjimw
KENT Lerpe fuml&hed room for two gentle
man. i6 Fort St. iQjj-t w.
CUft. KENT A three .roov co'tage furn'iheJ tor
r t.ujvtkeeplrff. No. 9 AJamt lane iimw
TO LET Hue at rnt occuplel by Mm D.
1 Cen'er Youth? tfett extentton near McCully
Tract. Apply b. h UUhop.C Brewer & Co Queen
tree! . ig-tl
TO I E r- Newlv f urnlshrd rooms, mnu&qulto proof,
1 Term rea n.Me- Third home above German
Bak-ry, Fori bt igjMf
COR RENT-Nkely furnUheJ five-room cot la re
on VlneyarJ it betaeen Emma anl Punchbowl.
''drfieP t. Hox6n. IQlS't
I O LE r-Fumlshed cottage at Wahlawa. Address
H. Wahlawa. 1908-im
TO RENT A mosqultg proof room, five minutes
walk from tram car In cool district, board If re
quired, telephone service Address "E." Bulletin.
1 o6- tt
TO I ET-Newly furnished rooms Tie month up
BeretanlaSt., corner Keeaumoku St., Mrs. Jeff.
COR RENT A new house on AMeilan street, of
1 t'x rooms with all modern Improvements. En
quire of Chas. E. Fraiher Consolidated SoJa Works.
FR RENT Newly furnished front rooms for Gen
tleman jTeJWneyard ht. . iojw
CUR RENT-.Two(t) tory house at Kkaullke-Ia
jpnA'ounf street, containn a bedrooms, parlur.
Jlnii rom kitchen, bathafoom and piternwaitr
clost dwnttalra. KaplohnV t"'ate tU imi-tf
fO LET Nicely furnished and airy rooms at the
Ell . lea Hu'el street 1006-irou
fO LET Two front rooms.
No, u Garden Lane.
I V you have a house for rent, or want to rent a
1 house, call on A R, BINDT. office with Guide
Publishing Co , Campbell Block, Merchant stree.
Telephone Main tT4. i87'U
OFFICES FOR RENT-In Brewer building, Queen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C Brewer
ft Co., Ltd, iSCi-iraos
COR SALE Two phaetons In good cond'tion. One
used only a short lime, Address " V, X. " Bui
latin office igitMf
FOR SALE Furniture and lease of a 1 j room house
In eood location. Inquire o Beretanla St. Be
twein Fort and Nuuanu Sts. ron-lf
FOR SALE House and large lot at Kalmuklon
easy payment 'Apply Campbell Block room 8.
PR SALE Lots at Puunul. Llllha St., easy pay
meM. Inquire Campbell Block. Room 18. ij-aw
CRK5H STRAW-The Union Express Co
has a lot of fresh rice straw fo sale. tQti-tf
FOR S'LL-LfX in McCully Trad, 100x90, Saaoo;
Three Lots In Kapahulu, 190-1 sq, ft. $1400 j
Lot on Reretaola St.. 190x50 JuJd A Ctmpany,
Ltd. Office. No. oi Stangenwald Building, Tel.
Mai" tat P. O. Box6ftT. ioo-tf
CTfcAM LAUNCH FOR SALE-The "Talula'Yas
J fche now Met In the harbor. She Is a nearly new
boat. In perfect working orjer, and has been of late
used In tiwlng at Kahutul Harbor. W, II, Pain,
FOR LEASE Large warehouse on Queen street.
Apply Campbe'l Block, room 18, 197-at?
FOR LEASE-Premlies on Union St. with a front
age of f4 feet and a depth of 70 feet. Long
(era given without onerous conditions. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT.
Rooms so-si, Campbell Block. igaj-tf
Seems - Strange
THAT WE SHOULD BUY MORE
when we already had the completest stock In town. Yet if you
knew the inner history of this purchase the wonder .would cease.
It was one of thos-e ONC-IN-A-SEASON CHANCES, that brook not
a moments hesitation, much less refusal. Indeed, had we not accepted
at sifeht, would we not haii been traitors to our interests ?
If you have use for one more summer skirt, these Invite your
Inspection. Every skirt absolutely perfect. Styles the latest; some
plain ; some with elaborate trimmings j some with Hares and llounces.
There are all these materials--these good materials Covqrts, Denims,
Oashes, Linens, Khakis and Piques. And prices to suit all purses
FOR SALE-New nd neon J -fund Smith Premier
typewriters (or tile or rent. All mikes repslreJ.
WeshlnKton Llthl Co 1911-imo
LOST ff tht younr Udy, who. by mlstakt or
otherwise, took away from Procrett Hall last
SATUmDAY tveninc a whit cashmere, blue, titin
ImeJ cape with white wan46n idutnjr, will return
to the bulletin office, the will confer a favor. it-ti
Ntjw York. Aug. 27. Tho Sham
rock II was given a good long spin to
day both Inside and outside the Hook.
She was tried In windward work and
broad and close reaching. In fact tho
challenger was given everything ex
cept a spinnaker run In a breeze thrl
sometimes piped up to twelve knott
and at no time was under eight knoth
The good opinion of her speed, merits
and ability to enrry canvas was em-
Many yachting experts who saw
her porformance call ber a wonderful
boat. All say shawls the most danger
ous vessel that lias ever come over
the waters hunting for America r
cup. She had life In her every mqva
ment. She gathers way with re
markable rapidity. Is quick In stayp,
poInU high, stands up under a tre
mendous spread of canvas And' Is a
decided Improvement ovoruhe other
Shamrock. The only new sail trle.1
today was her large club topsail. It
was a revelation to those who saw It.
It appears much larger than the top
sails on the Columbia and Constitu
tion. It extends further out over tho
gaR and runs up higher above the top
mast. It is said tnat the distance
from the boot of the mast to the top
or tho topsail club Is over 190 feet.
The sail sheets out very well and
there Is less looseness along the head
than on either of the American boats.
Foreign Imports as
Shipped from Hawaii
, Collector dtackahic- has received a
copy of a letter sent, the Collector ol
Customs of San Francisco regarding
the regulations of.tlio Treasury" Do
parlniHCt made May 25th,- 1900, re
garding certificates to accompany
manifests of k goods of foreign manu
facture shipped from Hawaii to the
United States ileretofore'gdods have
been Bhlpped under the following rule:
''Merchandise not tne growth, produc
tion or manufacture of the Hawaiian
Islands when shipped therefrom to
tho United States must he accompa
Bled by a certificate from the chief of
ficer of the customs at tho port of
Bhlpment, stating the date of impor
tation of the merchandise Into tin
wall." Hereafter the certificates required
by the above rule are no longer nec
essary as the object of tho certificate
was to show whether goods not of tho
origin of the United States or or
Hawaii hud been Imported Into Ha
waii alter July 7th, 1898, nnd befora
June Hth. 1800. As tho United States
Supreme Court has hold In tno case
of Crossraan h. United States that
following the decision of De Lima vs.
Dldwcll the Hawaiian Islands ceasod
to be a foreign country within the
meaning of the tailff laws under tho
provisions of the joint resolution ap
proved July 7th, 189S, and such cer
tificate was not and Is not necessary
as a condition precedent to the froe
entry of goods brought to tho United
States from Hawaii after July 7, 1893.
RIVER BOAT SUNK.
Stockton, Aug. 1!4. In ah opn
stream fully half a .mile wide the
steamer Mary Qarra'tt ' collided with
the Dauntless, sinking the latter, this
mornlfig at 1:4!, near Santa Clara
landing, about three miles up-stream
from Jersoy landing, That none of
the seventy-four passengers on tho
Dauntless or the cuews on the boats
were drowned ts remarkable, for the
rsfern-wheolor went to tho bottom In
about twenty minutes aftor "she was
lammed and 'now lies In twenty-five
feot of water, with only hor Texas
deck and smokestack showing abovo
the waters of tho San Joaquin rlvr-r.
The Bhlp John Kna has been char
tered to load barley at San Franclbco
for Now York.
mm it. m
' HM1 WONDER
Jas. F. Morgan
66 Qnaaa Strsx)
ON' THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, .
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At'rily salesroom, flu Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction, by order of
.Mr. V. V. Thayer, trustee, the entire
bankrupt stock of the film Yin ri
consisting In part of.
Chinese Silks, Grass Cloth.
Silk Handkerchiefs, Lawns.
Dimities, Prints, Organuics.
I flftlana Tipnoa DnArli
Ladles' Under Garments and Hos.
Corsets. Men's Under Garments.
Socks. White and Negllgeo Shirts.
Men and Women's Shoes'
Straw and Felt Hats.
White and Unbleashed Cotton.
af Camphorwood Trunks, Blankets.
lyuimuriers, soweis, umorohiene.i.
Linen Handkerchiefs, Neckties.
Silk r'ans. Alarm Clocks, Jewelry.
Perfumes. Toilet Articles, Combs.
Finishes, Shawls. Iluttons, Thread.
Hanging Lamps and 8toro Fixture!.
AH new goods, and, a sale worth attending.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
No More Dread
of the ental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b.
our late scientific method applied to tht
gums. No .sleop-producing agents o
These are the only dental parlor?
Honolulu having PATENTED AP
ANCES and Ingredients to extra
and apply gold crowns and po.
crowns undoctecable from natural
and warranted for ten years, V
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All
done by GRADUATED DENT1S'.
from 12 to 20 years' experience,
each department in charge of a Spe
1st. Give us a call, and you will .
us to do exactly as we advertise,
will tell you In advance, exactly wl
your work will cost by a FREE EJ
Set Teeth 8.00
Gold Crow nti 8B.00
Gold Fllllnfin V.$IOO
Silver Fillings ...OOo
Our name alone will be 'a guarantee
that your work will be of the beet.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4, Ellto nulldlng, Hotel Street.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
BaHH.K ffi I"V T T laff
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w.--it,Jqjf'. caJoJeswtfLW.,. ?JtakJ.JLLxJ i' - JSfc l -V.