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VOL 4. N0.130.
The Star's Moon Edition Contains
All the Mews Up to Midday. If You
Are Down Town Buy One ;
PRETTY YOUNG GIRL
ACTS DEAF AND DUMB
She Hires a Room in Which to Smoke Cigar
ettes and Winds Up by Stealing a Bicycle
• s* *
: I f_.it I* a warrant oat from Jut*
' Set Omit * court for th* .met of
' .wail dressed and very pretty sup
> *a**d deaf *!-, l dumb girl,' probably
ift year* old. who la charged with
[ stealing a bicycle. Behind thia lit*
I * peculiar story of . female clgar*tt*
! »., f| a deaf it! dumb tmper****,*
--i tien and lb* bio ct* ih*fi.
a TS* trout.!* cam* up over th*
: .Milne of * bicycle from Mr. 11
brtretrri The wheel waa taken
from th* upstair* hair ot a lodtlnc
h*_n st 411 Y*»ler way. Suspicion
' atuthed IB * young girt and a nan
rui at tile bicycle til-re* resulted In
'tt* SAdißg of the wheel ' Th* alt I
,„»,. 1 had Mid It for 15. Th*
•ITtats actions of this voting ww
■ ■*. art - very . my *I • riou a.: : .. - ■
, Said Se, Sm*h*<i.
I Bom* time ago * th* earn* to th*
■ Mgtae »***• and wasted it room
a - truck sh* rooM smoke .he
v-ett on a card say Ins she was deal
•ad dumb, and had contracted th*
Kant: of smoking cigarette* from
—rtiln medical - treatment she re
ferred a! the time when she was
ti*'. afWcled. fits* was , silo-red *
I Mt, Bat was told ah* could not
faasß* in It. • *»*** cam* two or three
i .—*• ta Ihe sow* a tier . th* first |
tar- .'.:;- f •» j-*-1-**. :--'-"
-_ »r»—e th* landlady, al lh*
tk* .re ih* landlady al the
OLD PAPA TAKES HIS YOUNG FAMILY TO THE
SEASIDE AND HAS TROUBLES ALL HIS OWN
HE FOLLOWS 1 Yftt'Vi WIFE INTO THE HVtXF.
•WIS LED INTO nSUINO AND EN JOTS IT WHILE THE TIDE AND IN ALL HIS PREDICAMENT TUB TOPNfJ WIFE .MILKS'
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■ President Castro Goes
;^ Into the Field
WaSHIiVi-Ton Aug I*— Minister!
' o**en. at ''sracaa, cable* today.
President Ctsirb ltft Caracas thl*
n**rrting to fight th* r*volntlonl»t*,
i _s____ '"» ami lion near Ortluso, fl
»>ii** fi'ii Caracas,"
,_*_"•*'_Uo*l.ig -,. ,„)„„.,| In th*
tr-T-.o'* collision; John Hull, an
SJ_*W i""" v <•"■ ■» a. Mc
-"•MM, aUboyga_ l M 101... Chief
lodttn. house that ah* ...ike.l far
* -l known lawyer t* a steno
grapher, but that hi* sine* proved
, to he untrue, and is absurd on tb*
far* of It.
-Yesterday morntn., *■ usual, ah*
cam* for her smote, hut wb* re
fuse! the use of the room beau**
lof ihe presence of l*o youn. girls
I. th* house.
Wh**l L.(t, T**.
Th* auppoaed mute left ana at
ahoul th.it time Mrs X' - hush's bky>
rt* disappeared from th* hail where
It hart been standing.
Inquiries revealed th* fact that a
-man* lady in a cigar irtand net- in* j
lad,in. house enlranc* had seen a
young woman anawvrins the "dumb"
• Iris description comint out with
Nrs Klckunch started out at one*
to Ihe bicycle stores, and In a B*ro.d
avenu* shop *h* discovered lh* ma
chine. It had been bought a short
tim* befor* for !i. The woman who
•old ll talked and heard *n right, bui
answered in every way Iht descrip
tion of th* deaf and dumb eltarett*
'smoker. Mrs. Kit aim. rt at one* pro
icured . Warrsrf for Ih* s-ioker** ar
rest and lh* police are now 1 mam.
for her Th* bicycle ha* bt-en *.
i covered • -.■■-.,
Who th* -ise-*,-t*d yrv.mt girl Is
'remains a mystery an tar
Engineer on lh* City of Venice. Louis
- Th* atvldent occurred after mid*
nl.ht. Th* night was not dark and
th* City of Venice displayed all her
lights Without warning* th* Beg-uln
struck the Venice amidships and th*
latter was nearly cut In two flh*
sank In fifteen minute*. Under the
direction of Captain Uroderlck tin-
Ufa hosts were manned and most of
tho** on hoard wer* saved. They
wer* taken on board lh* Heguln.
Th* i'ity of Venice w*s a wooden
boat, while th* Beguln I* an Iron
v*sa*l. --. . . •- ' !-.!-,-----'i,
WASHINGTON, Aug. I—A cable
gram to lit* Stale Department froth
Panama dated yesterday stales that
ther. ar* revolutionary war - easel*
In th* Bay. that . lien- battle I*
bolng fought at Aqua Imlc*. results
of which are unknown. Th* govern
ment, however, claim, a vie wry. Th«
gunboat lu*n**r la In th* -lol.lt-.
•T^XJI XT C.T_^ A -^nnr^T I? C^nr^ Al3
X XXX_s Oi_ ____. XX X_ J__ kO X ____.Xt;.
NEXT YEAR'S EXPENSES.
City Comptroller Itlpllnger hss
written to the ltsn.lt of lh* various
city departments asking them lv
prepar* Ihelr eatlmale* of lh* ex
l-ens.-* n*t****ry for Ihelr resp*v-llv*
departments n*xl year. According
• to the i Ity i halter the** 41111 st be In
th* hands of lh* comptroller by Aug.
I tit After th* heniis of ih* depart
menla have submitted then nanus,
th. .Inane* commute* nf the council
will ... ... .-. them ami eliminate what
in their opinion ar* stan.cests.ry *a*
22 People Killed and
MOSCOW, Aug, I.—A Cretans dr.
•troyed 13 house* it ronrtiey, in Ih*
prtjvlnre nf Kuril. Tweoly.lwo per
eon* wer*-killed and many Injured.
Th* destruction of prr perty wa* con*
ON THE GO
Ross Reported to li ■sell
.*, * * iB London
LONDON, A... a—Nay Tnhe la
not realßtt-retl at any ct 'Me prin
cipal hot*!* her.- although *h» I* re
ported to has* left Pari* for I ..nrlns
Hi: MIST DANCE IN Till- r.VFNIStI WHILE TUB KIDB LOOK ON.
Collector Crock.r Wants a
TA.'OMA. Aug. fc—D. 11. . 'rocker.
collector of Internal revenue for th*
dl»!ri.'t of Washington an.l Alaska,
is In mi' city, registered at the Ta
coma hotel. It bat now been defin
itely decided that Tarem. will be
11, ■' site of'the new office, and Mr.
Crocker'a tniasli'ii here is to keeii in
touch with th* various property own
en who have submitted bids to pro
vide office quarter* to tic depart
ment nt Washington and wait until
th* r> It'ctlon la mad*. He is tcrnm
panted by M. 11. Thomas, special
agent of Internal rev.mil* with head
quarters at Ban Prsneisco. who will
I also rtm-ln h*r* until th* ofric*
I quarters Hie finally decided upon
when h* will assist in optnliig up tha
office •till gel-till, lit. work sstsb
lis bed ,tif under way.*
ALL SMOKE—NO FIRE.
Th. fir. apparatus waa called to
Second avenue and Denny way last :
1] ATI 1. 1 . N A-.111 M. I<»\. Tl/KHDAV EVENING, AUGUST 5. 11-02.
Railway Presidents Of-
for Glad Hand
COLFAX, Aug »,—A mealing was
held today by lh* railroad presi
dent*. 11111, Mellen and Mohler, with
the farmer* of this vicinity. A crowd
Of severs! thousand wa* present.
.Tbe s|tce. t.i's were upontlht tame
line ■• tho** of yesterday. A rcduc*
lion of freight rate* on wheat la
tlinu.ii! In b* practically assured.
The reduction Bill b* from ! lo 1
rem* 1 bushel, and will apply to
th. crop of lh* prevent y**r.
A permit was taken out IMb after
noon at in* buildtn. inspector s of
fice for th* erection of a school
building at Wis) Seventeenth avenue
weat. Th. bulldln. will oa known
ss th* Inlerbay sehodl, It will co*t
IN t;«)l and will lie |»1 by tl f**l In
SIS. It . 11l have *l«hl rooms. Th*
plans were prepared by Architect
James Htephens and the building will
b* built by Alexander Pearson.
Architect* I'laytnn A Wilson also
took out permit* tor a row of erven
i«...»t..ry tiotise, to It* hullt Inn tot
to Itt Warren av*nut. They at* be.
In. built for -l. It Irvine and win
cost • **» each.
VIBNNA, Aug *• As lh* result
of a racial f»u I • pilch*-! ball!* se.
ciirre.l lestw.en CSsirbs and !',>:.« ai
Ksppei today tn which s*v*n war*
kllle ! •nd St Injur"!
BAN ritANCIHCO. Al« I.—
night at It o'clock by . signal from
box IIS. Th* flue* In th* signal • City
boa 111 Th* flu** In ihe ijii.-rn Cllj
Bakery had been left open and In*
bulldln. had filled with Smoke.
Thsr* ws* no fire.
Nell rickerell, Ih* Noitli Beattle
' girl who masquerade* In masculine
i ulllre, wa* fined I.'" by Police Judge
• •.- i ar»- tod*! for rmashtng a show
< esse In .i saloon on First avenue
• above Pike street last week, rlhf
. dug up htr fin* and was released.
! WILL QUIT
MADfttD, Aug. B.—l*remler Mages
ta In an Interview today announce,
that h* 1* about l* rtlir* from public
STILL GOING EASTWARD
That Is the Tracy Theory Today-Note Found
Written by Him-Perhaps
hi. iif i\R, Aug. I. -Tracy I* still
In parts unknown. Ho fur no tv,,l I
ha. been received 1.. Indlrst* 1,,,
ih* numerous pn**e* sir working un
» good clv*. Thl* morning i*. V.
lin,.ui, a promlnrnt farinrr living
lien ii.|*ra.4, found a not* nmr th*
well wh*te h* water* his horses,
reading; "To Whom It May «'on
rern—Tell Mr, • 11 IK'.e. t.. I,ike *
I Brail ll 1.. hlmsslt and I*l in. slnn*.
or I will fix him plenty. I wilt soon
li* on my ay in Wyoming. Thank*
SEEK THEIR LIBERTY
BY HABEAS CORPUS
Application of United Mine Workers Being
Heard Before Judge Guff
c'i.Amcsiiima, W v*.. Aug. I -
The right of th* ' nl'.-l Mint Work
ers for ftetdum opened b*for« ■ 'it. nil
Ju-tg - Uarf lit." morning mi their ap
plication for a writ of hab«a« cor
pus Th* si I'ltvatl'in I* baaed on Iht
alltgatlon th*. Judge j*. ksi.ti had
no authority 10 issue th* famous In
junction. No testimony was l*k*n
by doff. Th* ifourt w*. crowded
with mln*.* when Ibt prisoner*,
William Morgan and other member*
of the national executive board uf
miner*. William niak*ly, or Indiana,
P*t»r Wilson, of Illinois. Tboms*
lu.rriy. iir.i. tiaron aad Andr* in**
• vsgr cam* in Iron the Parkers*
burg Jail II I* chaigtd by lh* min
ers ihal th* Clarksburg Fuel Com
pany. which owns the mines where
CHARGED WITH RIOT
Soldiers Assist Deputy Sheriffs Through the
11*1. Cursing Mob
| 'BIIBMANIXIAIt, A.C. S.-lUekW
by« tiiiie-li'd *<>ldler_ deputy titer*
' Iff* at noon today arr*«t*d two men
who w*r* accused of being tmi i
c*t*d in last Wedntadsy's riot.- Th*
soldiers surround- Ih. heu*r* ,In
which th* mm Were concealed all
held hack with bayonet* Ih* drag
gling, cursing mob whit* ih* d»pu
tie* carrleit out their two men. ltoth
■ ' ■? ' ';.'"": •';: ""'"'■ i. i * i **•
AND BO MRS. L. L. MOORE BE- |
CURBS A DIVORCE FROM HER
Jam** Htmllttn Lien Act* for
Plaintiff and Wins Out.
iraHii-i i ii i
Mrs I* f- Moor*, wlf* of th* well
known Beallle Jeweler, waa divorced
from her husband thl* morning In
Judge drimn's court on arounda of
ststssrtlon .nd cruelty. .
Mr*. Moor* la . pretty blond* wo
man of th- "clinging vine lv|«- * ml
she wept bitterly a* *h. told her
story of rug* I wifely dignity and
No wire on earth routd aland his
Indifference," she sobbed, "law.
rem* never spok* nf in* to our
friend* as 'Mrs-Moor*" or 'my wile,'
but always referred to me ss 'she' or
"Borne times." Ml* went on, "he
would not speak to me at all for
day*, and paid absoluti ly so alien-
Hon to m*. His treatment humil
iates in* *o that I Mil never live
with him again."' -.
BeveraJ friends of Mr*. Montr, las
tlfled In her b.iialf- Thty substsn-
Hated her story In every particular.
Moor*'* action* Inward his wife,
they say. wer* such that 'he most
patient woman r.uil.l or would no!
•tend them. According tn testimony
■he was treated in public a* . non
110 Par Manlh.
It I* alleged that nut of th* Jew
eler* abundance; thirty dollar* only
was Mr*. Moore's portion each
month Out of this small allowance
I! la claimed she wss especl»d to
clothe herself and run th* house.
The couple hsv* one Hills hoy, of
whom Ih* mother w«» given th* cus
Jam** Hamilton Lewi*, who in.
pears at hi* beat when defending th.
weaker sex, was attorney for the •ml
voire! young wlf*. 1,. C. Oilman
represented lite defendant, who 1* at
present traveling in Europe,
The plaintiff-was awarded 11190
alimony ami an allowance of 171 a
month. ' -■ -
WINS ITS SUIT
The rlly of West Beaut* won out
this morning In Judgs Emory's court
*it th* hearing of th* ens* In which
the townspeople •■nighi an Injunc
tion »galnsi JjfS* i-oiitiiy and the
board or county commissioner*, en
joining Hi* latter from building a
county road through th* city limit*
between lit* West B*attle fit I
landing and Alkl point, and from
spending for that improvement
money belonging to the old Weal .*
--attl* road district.
Judg* Emory h*ld lhat uad*r IL*
for a cool drink. Harry Tracy.**
if th* not* nn* left by Tracy, It
goet to show that the theory worked
on by the purses yesterday In th*
l.uk* Cr*ek country was correct.
Trainmen bring In a report that two
horse* nnsiiiifinn lha rjest rl|iilon of
Tracy'* wilt* «een tied near lh* foot
of Colvllle i-ike, hot far from Iht
town of Bprugue. A po**e ha* gont
Ihcr* lo investigate. If the snliial*
nn- Tracy'a, he I* evidently heading
nearly dv* eat!. .
th* troubl* are**, it a West Virginia
corporation and 111. ffor* th* In
junction proceeding* should hay*
i.een ' ought in lh* rut*, court.
When 111" hearing began Judge
left announced depreciatingly ihe
fact ll.«l whit* he was not a holder
of bond* or •locks In any coal com*
pany, that b* w«* lh* owner of i '••!
land* and Iherrfnre tntereated In ,|„
production of m*!, am! I hat If cou.i
s.l jrcfetrt'l he youlj adjourn ih*
hear ao they might •.cure .mother
Th* counsel fur lh* miner* e.pres
**d lutitl. • In lh* court and pro
reeded with hi* argument.
At Hi* lew of the day. argu
ment*. Jul** 11..1T took th. etui* un
lli-ll war. found to hay* bee. shot
in th* feel.' while ibree-mort- w .*
--found at the Miners' htwpltal a! Wil
low Bpronga,, shot In th* leg* and
Hub* crowd* surrounded the JuS
lie*', office*, wh*re the prisoner*
were taken, sing and hooting th*
soldiers on gusrd. A second coins
i pany has l»»»n called up In re*erv».
law . county ha* no right whatever
to build . roadway through land In
cluded within lh* corporal* limit* of
any 1 Ity. *v»n If lh* people of th*
• city ar* the one* principally b*ne>
Hud by th* Improvement, Th* fact
that the road would connect two
point* outside of th* corporat* inn
its ot th. clly would not *tru** lb*
building of th* mad through city
I property th* court held
Th* rase will com* up for hearing
!«t*r 011 lh* mollnn of the plaintiff
I for . permanent Injunction.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 5.— Th. north
half of th. east aid* of th* World's
F»lr varied industries bulldln* *•*
wrecked by a wind storm this morn
ing. Two tower* 100 reel high went
down. Th* lot* Is 110,000.
Upon Information furtitthed by ft*.
•411* [milt* detectives, the Portland
nolle* last night apprehended P»iwr
Hervke, who la want' st Oeo, Wn.,
for drugging and robbing Frank
Covey, a saloonkeeper, of .VS., Hun-
Jtiy. ll* win t>*.brought hack to the
scene of the robbery for trial.
HERE IS A
Divorce Scandal All in
NEW YORK. Aug. r,. M,s. ,„,-„
Crane is suing her husband, the well
known artlM, for divorce, naming her
own daughter, Ann!*' Bra!n*ra, by
a former in 111 .. ts co-respondent.
Mrs. fume is older than her hus
band, and hi* artistic temperament
succumbed lo th* charms of lh*
daughter, who is s very handsome
young woman. It I* asserted that
th* Intimacy between the husband
•nd the daughter ha* existed for *
long time, hut wa* only recently dl»*
covered. Mrs. Crane recently left her
husband's house where all three had
been living in.ether II I* under*
sin. ..I lhat Mr*. Crane claims 1,. have
round the erring pair under com
FIRE AT FREMONT
A sp.'ik from ft chimney set fire
lo the roof of the store itcii|ileil by
Mrs, Martin's mllllnery'store at Pre.
Mont thla morning, Th* Fremont
combination wagon and chemical
was railed out and the fire soon ex
CHICAGO,' Aug i.-v.i.«ai, s*p
t*mb*r. I. 1-4. 111-1.
A new fniir-roiim house ami Iwo
large lol*. Iwo block* from car
line, unobttrurted view of iJike
t.'nlon snd mountslns; prlc* ttud;
Herbert S. Upper
12 and IS ftcheuc-man block,
Plrst Avenue and Ch*rry Blr**t
TUB LION CLOTIIINO HOUBS
A CLEARANCE OF
All broken line* f Men* Pan!*
at cost. All odd pair* at I**.
Men* Ilia Pans....«!.;*t.*i pair
Men* It* Pants Bl.llßpair
Men* lit*. Pant. 8X.X.1 pslr
Men * tit* Pants... IS.lt*! j.slr
All our odd 14 Vi tA **l and It SO
l"*n" tn .lose out M.IMI pslr
i-e* thera In our window. We
will tak* out any pair you
CLOTHING HOUSE I
R. T. SHANNON
. GROCERY CO. f
- - ta*«*o*erßi«—
lllt-11.1 led in 1 Hon*. Mala
i , ISM. a .'.
While Clover Honey, one-pound
comb*. each . ....I'll"
Coy* nytler*. very choice, per
.en, 1114- -!'■ dostn Ma
I.*rg* Ripe Fresh Tomatoe*,
for canning, per b0x.... ..NOp
R. T. Shannon Gr***ry C.
Wh*l**al* and R.i. I Outflttars.
CLEARANCE Of SUITS j
$10 . I
We give * choice of any of
out do .lining suits, excepting
plain blues •ml black*, for 110.
W.B. HUKHINSON (0.
-, Oct ItstnrJ ay*. Ml lis. St
FISH ARE i
Run Falling Off ant-
i i *
vi' I-i |
WHATCOM, All. 6.—Th« flailing
•Itustlon has assumed a gravel as
pect than ever. The run has beer
falling ..ft tot several day*. Th.
cannerle* hm* only had two in
ilnvs thin season.
Deputy I'lth Commissioner .1 1,
itlri-iiind. who cam* up from Beatlli
last Sunday, reports tha*. there sn
mora fish In the straits than at sny
prevlniiß time In th* present Season,
but on account of their failure to i
reach th. traps li* give* th* opinion
that thsy ar* taking . n*w sours*.|
The Only Paper In Seattle
■ hat Dares to Print the News
Seattle! and VI. Inlty— !*«lr tonight and tomorrow; warmer.
ADAMS & BLANCHARD, 719 ■_*•*. Ay*.
Cool Underwear for Hot Days
Silk in. li. French Bslbriafsa, natural wool. The
kinds that make you feci cool these hot days.
Made to wear.
Your moneys worth in every garment.
French Balbriggan reduced per garment from 75c,*0......
Silk Mesh reduced pet garment from $1.25 to .. .4
Natural Wool reduced per garment from $i.mi to; ,
Anything you want in the underwear line.
We show tin- largest stock of underwear in^the city
no More excepted. .^ J .^^ ri^o^r<^ Ji- .
Adams & Blanc-tard
7*9 Second Avenge,. Hinckley Block. <•
flf You Are Oat
JSL^^ Camping ,_? *_>■ *_*>"* ]
Q>, i I Clover "hosiM tra In your outfit. It take*/
3/ ,_*_ Ji™,'** lh* smart out of tmriburns, blister/
■a Cream snd abraslona and .leaves the ski.
■W soft and elastic •■
■PHM l.srge Ilmtle—email Price. j
| I Stewart & Holmes Drug
C^s~^*m\ Company . 627 First Aye not
-,"-'' l "
The Greatest Clean-Up-Sale
Ever Held on the ■*£
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Nothing reserved: everything rnuw. go, •nd at th* smallest «
prices ever asked, for good .*. .ndtae. . . .
, A f»w of th* many bargain*: —
lie Wfimsn'* Vest., to cl"*...tß* ' lie do*. Women's Bon* Hair
l»t Women* Clack Lac. Ho*.-, Pin., to c!o*« -...So*
to clou* ..29* ■- T»o rtuck Skirts, to close . . 39c '
l«c Its'" How. to tit*. . fie 11 it Duck Skirt*, to elm. .*»•
l*c Men* Hu., I»re. to . !..** 11.00 Wrilte Duck l-klrta. to
J, -- *.. ISO alt.,. ..........J.7.~.-:.. SSc ■;
10c Men, "Linen Collar*, to ■-■ */*«« Bhlrt Waist*, to riot-*....!.*, -
Close .... — ...lo ,- 11-00 t-hlrt IV .IBIS. Ist «!**•■ ■*>.
lie Men** -'"Linen - Onllars, to j * $1.11 Bhlrt Waists, to close... 78*.
'I"*" ......... So lit Tailored Salt, to clone. »4.58
■•?..*.!?.■..V.sT?. cuff*. .'. close *» __ _._.____.-___.. « 1
10c A ' ' oJ"r' ' I nder Skirt* at ,
Ifle Women's *8"h!rl Waist Col. one-hair pile*. .- *•.•■•.-, *.■'_
lara. lo close .............Is | Wait for our Remnant Bale.
We Have the Meat I
- Complete Una of . •*_• . -1* .
. __*_*! mm __ •___!
Lift and Force to
On in. fmoltto Oornnt V \
i Embracing a Large Variety for 4__H
■ Hand and Windmill Use. for **^^a
Deep and Shallow Wells, both ML ',
drilled and open. Both tingle Bl
and double artinfr. 11
A large and "omplet« A*.ortment of '•t*-^***^*.
Hand and Power Rotary and' I
! Piston Crank Forte Pumps for ■ I
Creamery and General Use. I :
j Also complete lines of Cistern A 'i
Pumps, Cylinders, Drive Points;' , C l* B
. Drive Caps and Pump Fittings, • - .■- H ,*■.';,-?;-,
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i Work Guaranteed Painless
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OUR METHODS are KNOWN and USED by the NEW TORE
DENTISTS ONLT. All our old. time-tried SPECIALISTS are at work
I a* usual The sain* doctors who worked for you In time* paat at th*
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I SET Or TEETH 80.00
HOLD CROWN JR.tlO . _.._- ■___■__
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T*elh extracted free without "^ RtUlfty, •»^___W__*?9
pain when olhtr work I, or- _____^^ ; -
W* do not try to compett i ) T___'^^V™,\»»"N A a
wllh che»i> dental work. B_9xV. I L^s I 1 aJ_P
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bast evjulpped operating rooms lai_BS_Sß_B'*sS»B*^
la th. whol* world. ■- j»>t«s» Ah _ -,s_ta«_*,,>is
Have your t.eili out In th. morning and go horn, with new on** th*
tain* day. -«
Our prices sr. th. lowest consistent with first-class work.
We sre making a specialty of gold crown and bridge work. Our
n*m* alone will b* a rutrante* that year work will b* of th* best. W*
hay* a specialist in each department Beat operator*, beat gold work
men and titrai tors of teeth; In fact, all th* staff are Investor* at
modern dtntltlry. We will tell you in advance exactly what your
work will coat by . free examination. Olve its a call and you will find
w* do exactly iv* we advertise.
A PROTBCTIVB OUARANTEB given with al! work for ten year*.
New York Dental Parlors m"Ti^-ls«L.d7o?t- ,tah
Hours—lilt s. m. to 00 p. m. flu flay*. 1:10 a. m. to 2:30 p. m. '
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25 CENTS A MONTH