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KEY & BOW There were a number of musical af fairs of minor importance but consider able Interest during the past week. Sun day evening the singing section of th? Turnvereln Germania, under the direc tion of Theodore Martens, gave its an nual concert. Arend's orchestra opened the program and the Turners gave sev eral selections. Miss Daisy Hamlin, so prano, scored a success with Arditi's "O Light Invisible," and Paul Rudolph, baritone, W. Bliesner and J. Kolff also contributed enjoyable features to the program. The Woman's orchestra delighted a large audience in the Y. M. C. A. hall Monday evening. There were two inter esting pupils' recitals on Tuesday even ing, both of a vocal character; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Quinlan's pupils gave an account of themselves at Music hall, while the budding talent under the di rection of Mrs. Walter D. Wise was heard at Masonic hall. Wednesday even ing Arthur Marshall Perry, perhaps the most promising; of our younger violin players, gave a capital recital. Mr. Perry was assisted by bis sister as accompanist and by Miss Sylvia Hortense Hall, con tralto. o o o The Symphony orchestra has post poned its next concert for one week, until Tuesday, the 6th prox. A flne program Is being prepared, tin- piece de resistance of which will be Beethoven's fifth symphony. Other numbers on the program tire a march from "The Queen of Sheba" (Gounod), the overture to "The Merry Wives of Windsor" (Nico lai), two dances by Rubinstein and the ".Tubel" overture (Weber). The orches tra will be assisted by the Queen vocal quartet. o o o Mrs. Gertrude Auld Thomas will give the last of her series of recitals on "Wednesday evening at the Blanchard- Fitzgerald hall. Mrs. Thomas will be as sisted by Russell H. Ballard, violoncello, and W. E. Strobridge and Miss Wenona Huntley, accompanists. Mrs. Thomas promises one of the most delightful pro grams for a song recital that could be contrived. o o o A concert will be given next Tuesday evening at Sierra Madre villa, under the direction of Mrs. C. tl. Stivers. Mis? Hall and Arthur Marshall Perry will as sist. o o o A novel entt rtalnment is in rehearsal under the direction of Mis. Isab< 1 Wyatt, namely, short scenes in costume from the Gilbert and Sullivan operas, including "Ruddygnre," "The Gondoliers," "Mika do" and "Mountebanks." The choir and a number of (rtends of the Plymouth Congregational church are taking part, o o o A juvenile musicale is announced for next Wednesday afternoon, at 2 ociock. by the pupils of the juvenile preparatory course of the Los Angeles Conservatory of Music and Art, under the direction of Mrs. Emily .1. Valentine, in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium. An Interesting pro gram has been prepared, and the soloists will all be between 5 and 10 years of age. o o o C. S. De Lano's Guitar, Banjo and Mandolin club, assisted by Miss Maude Willis, who is on the program for several recitations, will give a concert Tuesday evening at Y. M. C. A. hall. The club w ill also give a concert on Monday even ing at the Hotel Green, Pasadena, when F. L. Huebner, baritone, will assist, o o o Miss Mary Linck of London, formerly a contralto of the Carl Rosa opera com pany, has been spending the winter in this city for the beneiit of her sister's health. Those who have heard Miss Line k sing Bpeak of her voice as some thing wonderful. Miss Linck has been engaged for the Fiesta concert. Friday evening a concert will be given ai the Blanchard-Fltzgc raid hall by Mis:; Roslna Rosin, contralto; Miss Mabel Kratz, soprano, and Miss Rmh Green, violinist and pianist, who will be assist ed In a lengthy program by Haae Zinek. tenor; Miss Ella Lang and Alfred Webb, elocutionists; Floyd Green and the An gelus quartet, consisting of Miss Roslna Rosin' and Messrs, Zlnck, Ferris and Skllling. o o o The regime of the Wagner festival will probably be a little too paternal for Brit ish taste, but two of the rules and regu lations are undoubtedly salutary: il) The matinee hat or bonnet will not be allowed to pass the ticket collector; and (2) the doors are to be inexorably shut on the foolish virgins and ethers who come late. o o o The Del Conte opera company have again been In trouble at Duluth. Their old manager,Crawford,follow d the com pany and offered them 5 per cent in crease in salaries if they would desert \ the new proprietor. Crawford, the ex- j manager, had a special train In rt adlness j to take the company to Kansas City, and bad teams at the stage entrance of the theater to take the effects ~f the: company to the train. His scheme was j defeated through force, and at midnight Sunday the nm mar, was holding the; company property in the theater with an armed guard, It is claimed that Thompson has a three-year contract ■with each member of the company, and that he does not propose to allow them to violate the terms of these documents if I he can help it. The members of the com pany want to go with Crawford, but can not leave without their baggage and cos turtles. o o o Gincoma Puce mi, composer "f "La Vie de Boheme," etc, went a few days ago to Paris, where he sought out Sardou and played him all the first act Of his opera "La Toaca." Sardou was charmed; in deed, b» went so far as to sny I hat he was "ravished" with the young Italian master's music, What made the deepest Impression or. him was the finale with the majestic pomp of the "Te Deum" in bells and the thundering of the cannon. Tin recital over. Puccini returned at once to Milan to commence the second act, into which the librettist ban condensed the two torture scenes and the death of, Boarpla, The opera of "La Tosoa" will be produced next winter in Italy, and Vlctorlen Sardou will attend the first performance. Puccini is at work also on j another opera, rast in a more hi mit. mold than any he has yet attempted. It is a grand lyric tragedy In five acts, entitled "Marie Antoinette," and the ac tion begins at the palace of the Trianon and follows the unhappy queen to the , scaffold. The opera has twenty-three roles and requires a mammoth amount of staging. It Is to be created in French before being sung in German, and all the contracts for its production are already signed with the publisher, Ricordi. o o o According to a writer in the March number of Mr. Matthews' periodical Music (Chicago), nature Is full of music, if we only listen to It. For example: If one is awakened from sleep on a • summer night by a barking dog or a • company of musical cats, will such a ' j one care for the tone of either? The dog ' will bark In a range from middle C to ■ an octave above, unless a very small 1 animal, then its tone will be within a ' fifth above. If a good watch dog. It will ' go down into the bass cleff for Its growl. ' The cats In concert will range from F • below middle C to the second C above, 1 covering contralto and soprano voices— ' no doubt entertaining, if we could com prehend the song. If the cat is happy 1 and contented in Its surroundings, it will I purr on A and B. lowest tones of the piano scale. The birds of the air and the j • beasts of the field have the power to i 1 produce each its own individual sound.; and if we could properly combine them we might bring forth results such as; possibly prevailed in the Garden of Eden,! when Adam knew and called by name all ln the animal kingdom. Music at tho Churches At Unity church this morning the fol- I lowing music will be rendered: Prelude I (Murray); anthem, "Come and Hear" < (Truette); offertory, "Trusting I Call." ! Julian Jordan and F. L. Huebner; An dante, Maestaso (Selby). Music at Plymouth Congregational church Ibis morning will be: Anthem, 1 "S;>v. Me, o God" (BnltY): offertory, ("Emmanuel" (Rodney), llr, Abbott. lln the evening: Anthem. "Incline Thine j Ear" (tJoss); offertory. "There Is a Green Hill" (Gounod), Miss Kdilh Fres | ton. Music for the morning services at Itn manuel Presbyterian church today is as folows: "Sing Allelulla Forth" (Buck), by the choir, and offertory solo by Miss Winston. In the evening the choir wlil sing "O Jesus We Adore Thee," and Mr. Dupuy will sing "Hark, Hark, My Soul" (Abt). The cathedral choir will render the mass in F major, by Cerrutl, at this morning's service. The soloists are: Miss Tertllla Elsenmayer, soprano: Miss ] Lillie Bcanlon, contralto; Carl S. Throw jer tenor, and Joseph Scott, bass. For ! the offertory, Miss Eiser.niayer will sing the solo part of the "Inftammatus," front Rossini's "Stabat Mater," with the cho rus by the whole choir. A. J. Stamm is the organist. The following program will be ren dered at St. Vincent's church this morn ing: Gounod's "St. Cecilia" mass, the so loists being Mmes. Tolhurst. Howe!. Rubo and Ibbetson and Messrs. Osgood, Rubo, Weeks and Jochum. Before the sermon Parker's "Veni Creator" w ill be j sung by Miss Blanche Donnell. The of fertory number. "Inflammatus et Aceen sus." from Rossini's "Stabat Mater." will' be sung by Mrs. Tolhurst. Stray Chords The composer Franz Behr has .fust died at Dresden. His famp rests on a number of pianoforte compositions dear to draw- ! ing-room amateurs. Mile. Delna. the noted French contral to, is to sing the part of Fides in "L- Prophete," when that opera is revived at the Paris Opera especially for her. Morltl Rosenthal was to have played at the last Philharmonic concert in Lon don, but an accident to his hand pre vented him from keeping his engage ment. Juliet Corden, formerly prima donna of The Bostonians, and later in "Rob Roy," is still in Europe preparing for grand opera. She is the wife of F. E. Pond, the popular business manager of the Boston theater. BELINDA'S LETTER LOS ANGELES, March 26, 1898. Dear Horttnse: Do you know, when that check fell out of your letter and the list of things you wanted me to select here in Los Angeles for you, I just clapped my hands. Fred said. "You are a perfect little goose. Belinda," but that did not signify. He knows just as well as you do how I love to shop. I think it was simply lovely in you to trust me to select such a lot of things for you and the girls, though I know you have always had perfect confidence in my taste. Well, I sent off the bill of fronds this morning, and I am sure you will bp sat isfied. I hope the New York modiste will make the costumes to suit you, though if she is so very stylish I won der what she is doing in the Ojai. Of course you must have new things and all In the fashion; I believe you wnull be stylish if you wire on an oasis In the Sahara desert. Coulter is having his great removal sale just now. and alter reading your letter I went down there for your dress goods. All the new styles are in plaid's and stripes, and everything is bayedere, It was a perfect pleasure to turn over those dress goods—the foulards, the French taffetas and the grenadines. 1; took a long time to decide, for they shewed me everything, The silk-warped laffatines are so new and pretty, and there was a corded open-meshed novel ty, crossed with satin stripes woven far apart, with crepy arabesques nf satin between them that I liked ever so much. The silk-mixed trre nadines, too. were so handsome. Seme of them had larg-e ir> p ■ bloc ks, alternate In black and col ors, the black block being- in the smtzy material, and these, over colored linings, are lovely. But after all I finally select ed a foulard. I knew you would Ilk ' this cross stripe in white en the satiny ground, which suggests a lace pattern, and the jockey-club blue will be so be coming to you. When T went to look at the new sum mer goods for t!»e girls, it really was be wildering. The cotton grenadines are all sn dc llghtfully transparent. Some of them had embroidered stripes and seme had very large gay lloral prints. Others were plaided In white satiny lines, ever which climbed colored blooms. Well, you see I selected the French organdy for you. the plaid blue with the fleur de-lis pattern. Isn't it a beauty? That pale yellow with the bayeflWe stripes Is I for Grace, and the- French lappet In i trr- en and lavender is for Nell. Everything must be made fever the col ored linings and ruffled —ruffled if you! lilt- oh ar to the wftist. Those beautiful tufted zephyrs are fori the children. The Scotch cheviots in the j new plaids are for shirt waists; they are | LOS ANGELES HERALD t SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, (896 the prettiest things out for summer, and the newest, too. Such a time as I had matching those goods In the trimmings you wanted —' the samples you sent were too small, but J I did the best I could. Coulter does keep ; lovely trimmings, and I know you will I be delighted with the black and gold applique, while the girls will like the spangles. The garniture on net of jet and steel, with the sash ends, Is for a blouse front; you can wear It with any of your evening dresses. The parasols, you can see, are entirely new. The puffed chiffon, of course, is, the newest. Isn't it dainty? The one! with the ribbon ruffles in the three tones! —red. tan and cerise—l Know Grace will like. 1 sent the plaid top with the rows of ruffles on the edge to Nell. You will all be perfectly stunning. The girls would like some of the new leather belts, studded with steel nail heads, for their tennis suits, I fancy. Everything in shirt waists is tucked. Vests, too, which are so popular this sea son, are tucked elaborately, if made of silk, or taffeta, or mull, or organdy, or, Indeed, any material you fancy. For the hats I went over to the Mar vel, on Broadway. Mr. Meyer was very nice and showed me everything in the establishment—Leghorn. Manilla, chip and raffia, and a new satin-finished straw that is very pretty. Al Ithese and more he has. Everything is trimmed in chiffon, and the favorite color is the COgue de ruche, which is a perfectly love ly combination of shaded yellows. The new sailors have six rows of narrow vel vet around the high crowns; I think them so pretty. The satin braids, with the lace edge and high crowns, will be so pretty for the girls. I sent a turban, too. of Bermuda straw, that I know Will be nice for you when you ride. I looked at bonnets, too, but of course I know you will select one yourself when you come down. There are some charming things | in jet at the Marvel, and a wonderful' variety of trimmings—jetted quills, faille scarfs and buckles and flowers. The Al- I satian bow has come out again, and I saw a pretty theater bonnet here with a flower crown. Violets were combined with the pink roses, and in front an Alsatian bow with a tall loop in the cen ter and smaller loops clustering about the base. It was all in cogue de ruche, and was charming. I am always afarid to do anything in millinery for anyone else, so I contented myself with those walking and sailor hats, and will give you pointers from time to time on the new colors or trim mings. I do hope you will like everything. Impatiently awaiting your letter. I am yours. BELINDA. fREC TREATMENT. An Eminent IMij Mlclnn MnkeM » Mont HtMiiJirkiible Proponltlou to All Ailing People—He (■lyes Hln Services Free Of IWpensc, AN UNPARALLELED OFFER. feet a cure. and In no instance will the charges exceed the prices named below for each month. During the past six weeks nearly two thousand men and women have taken advantage of this most liberal offer, and all attest to the wonderful cura tive powers of Dr. Janss' treatment. 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JANSS PERSONALLY GUARAN TEES That there will be no other expenses or cost to the patient. Hundreds of dollars have been paid to incompetent doctors for a treatment which was In ferior In every way to that adminis tered by Dr. Janss at a mere nominal figure. DR. JANSS' CREDENTIALS. Dr. Janss Is a graduate of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, and of the Bellevue Hospital Medical College of New York. Member of the Medical So ciety of Berlin, Professor ot St. George's Medical College. President Of the Eng lish and German Expert Specialists, and author of several standard medical I works. Dr. Janss pursued his special | medical education abroad and was a I pupil of the immortal Koch. CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE. Dr. Janss makes no charge for consul tation or advice. If you have an ail ment, weakness or a symptom, you should get the opinion of a physician, an expert whose standing is the highest and who has had long years of ex perience. Such a physician is Dr. Janss. Consultation free. Correspondence solicited. DR. P. JANSS, 21S S. Broadway. Room 413. Take Elevator. Office hours, 9 to 12, Ito 1 dally. I Evenings, 7 to 8. Sundays, oto U. fl —^ mmmmmmmi i have had a bad tooth pulled by Dr. I never realised that so many teeth could ■■»■■■■»■«■••»», ■ f rt *> NAmft It Schlffman today. I experienced no pain be extracted so quickly and without pain. _ _ _|_ a ns , m_ IWr whatever. Dentists In the East claimed I had 29 teeth extracted at one sitting, and WOT lOr n 1111168 I have the hardest teeth to pull of any I fully Indorse and recommend Dr. Schlff ©l other customer. I recommend Dr. Schiff- man to all needing this kind of work. Of man to suffering humanity. MRS. C. ALLISON, Covina. People You Know victor boyd, s. Riverside. People You Know r I wn nt to say to any one having teeth uv r ,ft a wis nnvn mmmmmmmm * m * —• / extracted, be sure and have It dono by the mmmmmmmm J A. I- bu^Ttl S T man m MRS AH HUNTER h ° U ' /have just had nine roots taken out ™ — extracted * tttMfcoSt SET of your skill and methods. I have at without a bit of pain, and I heartily rec- and J heaHlly recommend It to a^ various time during the past six ommend the Schlffman Painless Method to I had four teeth pulled by the Schlffman D c MORRISON months received tratment Person- a i|. JOHN WEBER, Pomona. Method and did not suffer any pain. Judge Police Court, Los Angeles, ally, and also for my family, at 3our February ">7 isss v g.. i.,„i,-,, office, and the usual torture In ex- etruar > 189S ' MRS. W. H. SCRIBNER, San Pedro. Dr Bch|(tman r ~a*lderSXßert By tractlng teeth and filling the same Is . experience I find his work painless and changed Into complete satisfaction, perfeetlv satisfactory nn cmiFFi!a ii hfhitict "• G BOVBR - M d - i - a "— fore heartily recommend any of my 111/ II II I H/l M 111 111 111 I IX I 1 r: ' n 'estify that the extraction of a friends to you who may be In need of §J W\ m 01/1111 1 ¥I f\ 1. II I 111 \3 I to ? l i? oy Dr ' Schlffman's method need your valuable services. Yours truly, " V■■ ■ ■ ■ IV ■ ' 11 1 ■ 1/ mm I » ■ ■ ■ not be dreaded by any one He.urelv 8. A D. JONES. ' does It without pain. Qen. Agt. New York Life Ins. Co. „ REV. S. L. WHITE, OF LOS Angeles Pastor Boyle Heights Holiness I have heard much of Dr. Schlffman, church, Los Angeles. but never fully realized that what his WILL VISIT— REDLANDS, April 4 and S. Hotel Windsor. , h „, . -—— patients said of his work was or could n f r " » ■» " 1 had a badly ulcerated wisdom mvs a cu re,U ' eSpnte, kK! peters, h,m SAN BERNARDINO, April 6 and 7, Stewart Hotel. v° B MKmZ d ' wlth °a f U day by m>3e ' 083 North Thirty-seventh St. RIVERSIDE, April 8 and 9, Hotel QlenWOOd. Southern California Music Co. I have had some excellent work done POMONA, April 10 and 11, Hotel Palonwres. t'toS *£is£ by Dr. Schlffman. both extracting and " ever WAITER F THAYER sat\sfa"lon o "jms n 'L a C WHrTB, " HAVING RECEIVED numerous requests from many Southern California towns Superintendent Station C, Postofflce. 712 S Grand Aye. t0 vlslt People who find It Impossible to go to Los Angeles for Painless Dental . _ work, Or. Schlffman has arranged to visit the above towns In these dates. ~ V, v ™ . very hard tee th . . pulled today by Dr. Schlffman with- JS& £W me SSS! ."VKS. ffi SStW^ * *° reC ° mmena c i ket B »£r a m» Take Advantage of the Opportunity RALPH H WARDAIJ " Duarts Cal • rr Dr. Schlffmen extracted two large, On account of some uhfortunate ex- fvjOW PRESENTED to have your mouths painlessly prepared for Flexible Rub- badly decayed molars for me, posltlve perience 1 had ln the extractioni of my bc , r p;ates or r t tfc b cxtract( . dl put ln otAmt e , tnor by p aln . ly without pain. teeth I became a great coward in this lc9s Fl m ng or Crowning V. A. FLIOKINGER, Santa Ana. respect. Today Dr. Schlffman ox- The Schlffman Method is the Only Really Painless Method m?wa?^wo* h^S?S^^ cal of pain. D. K. TRASK, _„ ,«_ . did it was also a wonder. I did not Attorney. Fulton Block. I™ HE JjOS ANGELES OFFICE, over 100 teeth are extracted every day. know it was out until It was all over. — " E. W. MANSFIELD, It Is with pleasure that 1 state that ... —. . . - . Business Manager Burbank Theater. I have had several teeth filled by Dr. All Teeth Extracted Or Filled WltllOUt T , , . OS! . . Schlffman. and that he killed and ex- I have Just had twenty-five bad traded the nerve and filled the root Pain Or Danger eeth ami old bruised roots extracted of one of my teeth, and put on a por- w "" 5° ''V Schlffman method, and It did eelaln crown which cannot he dlstin- «, ... , _ ~ . not hurt a bit. I heartily recommend irulshed fr. m a natural tooth, all of NP l h ' orotorm . or cocaine used. From one to thirty-two teeth ex- Dr. Schlffman as an expert dentist, which was dSna wfthoutoajn. r , aCt "'\ a: onP sltU "* Without a particle of pain, danger or had after effects. and the Schlffman method of painless tttlli h RTTBH making the task one of pleasure, ratherthan one of dread. DO NOT EE DE- dentistry Is wonderful. Fulton Ulk 207 New High Street SEVtSSi « KWAIIE OF IMITATORS! THli BCHIFPMAN METHOD IS PRK- S. K.'HEMPHILL. Orange. Cal. Hilton 131 R., J« rvew Jiign oire. EMINENT! Safest and best method for elderly people and persons In delicate _ _ , . j health and for children. Gas or vitalized air given If preferred. I have just had some teeth extracted Dr. Schlffman has filled teeth and by Dr. Schlffman's method. It Is pain done other work for me and I must less. I would have no other. Just try Only 50 Cents an Extraction working on the teeth, and 1 consider , * his work of the very best. All his ' " — I cannot speak too highly of Dr. work on my teeth was PERFECTLY ci cvidi c niIDDEn ncllTl , n , ITCC Schlffman's method of extracting PAINLESS. I highly recommend tTaUaßAißliaß KUDDCK UEil lAL PLAIES teeth. It Is positively painless, him to my friends. S. A. CRAWFORD, JOHN H. SCHUMACHER, rv Maar Dfftraaa OF FLEXIBLE DENTAL PLATES Is as vet but 409 Magnolia uve.. Riverside. 107 North Spring Street. Oil! HCW riOCCSa little Understood by the public and less understood Ts „, ,„ ----- by dentists in general, it has many advantages over the ordinary rubber plate- I)r - today extracted for I want to say that it is a delight and even gold plates—being lighter and thinner. This plate being flexible—only a trifle ""' " lar *e,badll ulcerated tooth wtth- B pleasure to have teeth extracted by thicker than heavy writing paper-tits closer to the month, will last longer and Is "'IVm-i ?m?a t?rv' d i the Schlffman method. (1 will rec- lousher than any other rubber. Once tried, ho other plate Will be desirable. Brought lIIAPIN. Pasadena. Cal. ommend it everywherelgo. to the notice of the public through Dr. Schlffman only. Thla „ , 0 eel .— , navo had 2SI Well St.. East'Los'Angeles. ",',^ h ?* ttrot*?f ot *? J*X P- F .. Schlffman without pain or bad after _ „ , . .... mmmmmmm _^ mmm effects, all ut one sitting. Dr. Schlffman took out fifteen (U) / "\ MRS. C. W. SHAFER. fX IT* duihurtVSf. 1 hai I=l^l o YSI 0 0 226 %v - Thlrty -^ Bt - Los AnKeies dreaded It very much. B.G.TTLER, 111 IfO IV M Co V I I*l ICQ IV This Is to certify that I have had if 858 East Twenty-eighth St. II 1 JV_.mJ Q U UV«JO LI lIV I Q twenty-two teeth extracted without IV pain by Dr. Schlffman. and I heartily!J This Is to certify that I have had recommend his method. 'I thirteen teeth extracted by Dr. Schiff- mmmmmWT%w>*. MRS. S. S. LAMPSON, 1 man's method, and did not experience ("?\Mto mW' /mrWmmm. ' 228 E - Fifth St., Los Angeles. !\ best work I ever had done. \SJ LmmmW ■Wmllmmmmmm\ 1 have just had five teeth filled and J C. W. BLANCHARD, S\l \ MM- &/f/M m%\ two pulled without any pain. Had 1 f 2502 Michigan Aye. IfjL /"> fUIIA |1 I # II I LW mW infl A known of tills-- painless method of ex- // rl lU fIIIIIIf A II I „ Am ml .-» ; ■ tractlng and filling I would have come\ I take pleasure ln saying that Dr. II \ \_ f\H I\\lll II H U I J mW I'»ik ago. Schlffman pulled my teeth without fl I *^\\\ \ \ \\l \l 11IV *\V* MRS. E. R. WERDIN, pain, and they were corkers, too. I I I ft \\ II 11 11 11 II l>r 237 W. First st., Los Angeles. N. W IRISH. »4 S Spr.n b St. V M \\\\\\\ 1 BWgk V §| Dr. Schlffman extracted a very sore D, Schlffman pulled a large tooth \\ \\\\ \\ \U ,u■^^^ ,^ .sTi,r,r,;f^d7n^rst:rd o ,he for me. and I must confess he did \ \\ \\ \\ \U | ftlfll ' WWmW Schlffman Method Is simply wonder very nicely. I did not suffer a parti- \ A Bf*<» -Wk, WJkmW EMIL ROY. Duarte, Cal. cle of pain, and my .minis were left II \\ \* ♦fll L Z^^m' in splendid shape. //"V. 11 lI \V - I"" - . Schlffman extracted a tooth that P. li SCHROEDER. II) J] l\j j\t\ I ----- has been bothering me two years. It London Clothing (o. V\^/ J | was done without any| pain whatever. method »It was done >»X fk W ' jLW''> 1 Dl Schlffman extracted the roots of without pain. J ll 1 illV' '"'"' thal ha(l been given up by WILLIAM LONG, j Wll lttK\W" l / two other dentists: they could not get Soldiers' Home, Santa Monica. JYt.W mmWwf\"\ /' them out. 1 suffered no pain. He will , .. , „ c, ,„ fl X" iV i/U/J/lMU^LJ^kt//// y, y extract the rest of them when needed. manpuTled U withoufpaln fl' /X ' J ' L ' "KASER. Whlttier. Cal. J. C. VIGNES, Long Beach. |" , V //! A son of Governor McCord of Arl- Dr. schlffmen has just pulled two J to'the HM^f'fortunat* b lit indwken ouTiii plewT * ones who have had teeth extracted The work was done quickly, thorough- _ . __ , H*ls method certainly roM ly and without pain. Dr. Schlffman is ~™\ f~\ \ U I Fl fl ' ITN rTIETD A the dental chair of all Its terrors. > wonder. HUGH Dl k1 I S U \| lA\ D} 11 V K^^^oT^ Have had seven teeth extracted U uUwLKaLJ LAj IZJU UO i S verUslng purposes.*! t* without any pain whatever. I heart- j *T \ give this one for the good It may do lly recommend the Schlffman method. others. Dr. Schlffman extracted a ELLA STONE, filendale, Cal. badly ulcerated tooth for me without Q INCH TEETH CAN BE FILLED by the BCHIFPMAN METHOD without pain. „ W. H. WHELAN, I came twenty miles to have two O pain and with perfect Safety, It Is but common sense to have them attended Pastor First Baptist church San Luis teeth extracted, and can truly say 'it t0 when on!v ~ Bnia || nj|| nß |„ required, Instead of waiting until only a shell is left Oblsno Cal didn't hurt the least bit. and the expense more than doubled. MRS. CLARK SAILOR. Two badly ulcerated roots; a splen- Buena Park, Cal. did, safe and easy operation. MANY OF THE TEETH may be saved by fitting a gold crown, and ror the REV. SELAH W. BROWN, front teeth porcelain facing to the tooth or root. Fac Simile Hold Crowns (one University, Los Angeles. nf,, _ of Dr. Schlffman's latest and mout unique Improvements), made to cover the < KerCrwnOClS tooth anil accurately fit around its neck ami extend just beneath the margin of the _ B. M. Fellows. Azuaa gums, thus protecting the tooth completely and practically making an old tooth RSI(SPBIICeS Rev. W. H. Whelan, Pastor First Bap- new. M. F. Osborne. Toluca tlst Church. Azusa Mrs. W. J. Slmms, Riverside William Boyd. Anaheim f|UR SYSTEM OF REMOVABLE BRIDGE TEETH does away entirely with the \vm Walker Riverside E. G. Wakeman, Prospect Park. V/wearing of artificial plates, obviating the covering of the roof or the mouth „ ' _... ' . A. P. Aldrich, Monrovia or palate, hence the sense of taste Is not Interfered with, as with a plate. It can Lizzie Taylor, Htversiae W. L. Finch. Puente be taken out and cleaned at will. Is firmer than a plute. cannot be laughed. A. Jas. Miller, Riverside Mrs. Addle Allison, Covina coughed or sneesed out of the mouth. Is perfectly secure and comfortable. Takes J. Llnson, Arlington Place, Riverside Miss Kittle F. Franklin. Covina. up very little room, only a narrow ridge around the edge of the gums. Costs less a P Johnson Riverside T. A. Riordan, Arizona Lumber Co., than bridge work and can easily be repaired in case of breakage, which is an ad- JH. Sampson, Riverside Flagstaff vantage over stationary bridge work. Put In absolutely without pain. No grind- Mrs. C. N Walker, Riverside Mrs. Dillon Price, Pasadena jn X a. wa y of healthy teeth, no tedious sittings for fittings of crowns, no cutting r j McNabb Riverside Mrs. A. H. Hunter, Pasadena off of teeth, no killing of nerves. Being constructed on purely scientific principles Richard Boyd'scott, Riverside John Doherty, Pasadena and common sense. It fits the mouth with perfect accuracy. Any number of teeth can Aslna Bruhan, Hemet J. B. Eads. Pasadena be put In without extracting any good teeth you may have, and no plate is in Mollle 'Poland, San Jacinto * Ethel Chapln, Pasadena the roof of the mouth. The bridge Is comfortable and tho wearer soon becomes j A McArthur, J. P., Glendora B. J. Hull. Pasadena unconscious of its presence. n ' M( .p he e, editor Evening Blade. Sa W. C. Willis. I'asadena na Mrs. C. N. Baldwin, Pasadena — Chas.' Hannan, Santa Ana Mr.:-C N M Bft ßu?rPa^adena na NO CHARGE fOR EXTRACTION Sag T "»h Ordered %%Xnit*> John <J. Blink. Fernando ————— g X Hemphill. Orange 1,. J. Quint, postmaster, Fernando Baker, Orange w. h. Mclimoii, Fernando Consultation and Examination Free. All Work Very Beit and Guaranteed. Mrs. a. h. Burke, Orange Jennie Hilben, Glendale q B a ker, Orange Mrs. Ella Stone. Glendale j w H) i, Gar(Jen cj rove If. F. Jackson, Whlttier , . Ralph Partridge Duarte SCniFFMAN METHOD DENTAL CO. s£S™ Hugh T. Thompson. San Gabriel. c . X , Laughlln, Inglewood Mr.^ C j!s?imon.°Ventura Rooms 80 to 26, 107 N. Spring St. GVorgeir6,i n e*Fu'C d ton Charles Pritcher, Ventura Mrs j, q Bluke Fullerton Mrs. if. T. Clark, Ventura OPEN EVENINGS I«o AnHOIOC Pal Nllll'e Ostrander,' Pomona Mrs. If. M. Walker, Ventura AND SUNDAY FORENOONS LUS /tllUUltft. I/O I. 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