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WOODHOUSE-GRUNBAUM FURNITURE CO., INC
August Sale of Grass
and Fiber Furniture
Our entire line of Grass and Fiber Furniture, consisting of Chairs,
Rockers, Tables and Settees, on sale at prices that are beyond compare.
The following list will convince you of the values:
fl| $7 50 Grass Table for 9-1.95
||j j '' ,/fl $*>00 Grass Table for 85.95
111 l||l $8.50 Grui Table for... $5.05
ii][|L» $7.75 Fiber Table for 85 25
.ut lllmgf $8 75 Fiber Table for ...$5.80
| Hjl $9 00 Fiber Table for 95.95
\| w I jj}[ WIT $7.25 GraM Rocker for 84.80
li iKI " Grass Rocker for .83.20
' SsR m $8 00 Grass Rocker for 80.35
fjji" u ji T $12 50 Grass Rocker for 88.45
Kr l — W Fiber Rocker for $2.95
JJ Fiber Rocker for 85.05
M S/ JJ $ft.so Fiber Rocker for 84.70
. $5 00 Fiber Rocker for 83.35
$8.75 Fiber Rocker f0r.... $5.85
■ v»r ■ WW Tarfa And 1 ainall draw
p Kara and lar«a plata mlr-
Mid Oak OI n a Cloaal. j
ivaa bant (laaa aldas w ■ ■ *
and atnall mirror on ■ ■ * * ■■'*" —^
tar. An atcaptlonal'.y solid Oak Daraaport la tha roldan
2L M .\ $10.75 F.V.'.r? $23.75
416 t0 424 • Pik.e vftrect*
a FLOOD ADDS TO
TEMOR OF THE CITY
HOCSTON. Aug. 19 -Mcmb.ru
< lie Shreveport baaebal! te*m
•1 100 other refugees arrived
tart today from Galveston
Kuhvh of the Shreve
ptl Inb estimated the number of
ted Is Galveston from 50 to 100.
Xiae oil tank*. which were de
inflated br the storm. poured
Mr tons of oil on the flood. It
vrtad toward the city. Increasing j
tke terror of condltlona there
TW fire whl<-h fallowed the ftrat
fevkfog of the storm destroyed
At Blum Notion Co.. the O. J.
Luidrr and Texas Drvgoods com-
Wr and damaged the K a Levy
618 PIKE ST.
Mm THI Talk «•* Ika *M
Barmmlmm la Wall rmpmt.
fee roll. 3 C
sr ' ro ": SI.OO
Hwossen fRKIIKD FAPKRI
lUIHUTt WALTOJT, DTC.
•M PIKE IT.
These Great Bargains
Drop-head Singer. .SB.OO Up
Drop-head Wheeler ft Wllaon
Drop-head New Home
Other makea $7.00 Up
Box-top Machines.. $8.00 Up
few Machines rented, $2.00
1424 Third Ave.
L Third, near Pike
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
GALVESTON A WRECK; 100 DEAD;
PROPERTY LOSS SIXTY MM LION
Red Fish reef. The crew Is alive.
The launch Pelican rescued 75 persons from the
middle of the Causeway yesterday. They were mostly
passengers of an Interurban car which struck a break.
They were en route to Galveston to search for relatives.
The steamer Ribston is high and dry, with her
plates smashed, on the railroad line on shore.
Crushed on a tin roof, the body of a soldier was
found last night.
The number of known d ead, ba*«-<l
on reports received today. la distrib
uted a* follow*: Virginia Point. 30;
Texaa City. 18; Morgan's Point, 11;
Sylvan Beach, 3; Hitchcock. 7; La
Porte, 7; Port Arthur. *; Lynch
burg 3; B«abrook. 3; Houaton 2;
Freeport 1; Galveston. 8
Havlo la Tarribla
When the storm "trick ahlpplng
off Oalvea'.on, the havoc wrought
waa terrible. C.uard Carlaon of the
crew of the United Htatea dredge
San Bernard, waa rescued Tuesday
night IB miles away from where the
dredge waa anchored.
He had managed to allp Into a
life belt. P-arlaon said he believed
27 other merabera of the crew had
Four dredges and the government
tug San Luis are probably loat The
dredge Miller la »afe
The government launch Baatrop.
arriving hare thla morning, reported
two-thirds of the causeway connect
ing Galveston with the main land
•hip Hurled Over Ma Wall
The fonr-maated achooner Dora
Alllaon, en route from Progreao to
Mobile with a cargo of Jute and lum
ber. waa hurled over the sea wall
by the giant waves carried to the
Fort Crockett parade grounda, and
smashed to plecea within 10 min
Hope of earing 10 fishing amack*
whose crews total 100 was prac
tically abandoned today The fish
ing veaaels were carried out by the
The Morgan liner El Bud ta ashore
on the aouth Jetty In an •xtremely
The Spanlah ateamer Upo Mendl
and the Interned Austrian ateamer
Campania are alao ashore and In
Army Camp Laid Waate
Camp Crockett, with Its S.OOrt sol
diers, was completely laid waste
As the storm was still ranlng and
houses were being toppled over,
looting broke out Tuesday before
Oalveston was placed under martial
law. Thla waa quickly atopped, but
not until some looters had been
threatened at the point of guna.
One of the known dead here la
Mrs. Wllhelmlne Hearn. Sha was
swept away and killed aa bar grown
sons and daughters were carrying
her out of their home, which had
Weather Man Savea Lives
W. P. Stewart, In Charge of the
weather bureau here. Is credited
with having saved many lives.
While many were atlll waylng
there waa no danger, Stewart sent
measengers on motorcycle* 30 tnllea
down the laland warning camper*,
fishermen and farmer* to come to
Galveston for protection behind the
*e« wall If they expected to survive.
, Probably 300 persons remained on
the Island below Oalveston. Report*
August Sale of
A rood tlma to raplanlah your
•lock of Haddln* *• our aaaorlmant
la now moat oomplat* and prlcaa
tha fcwaat. quality eonaldarad
rionaar Mllpa. t!tl< IftcMa »«tra
food quality Max-hod rnuallo fraa
rom draa»ln«. lto Q
valuaa. for ... fC
tun cood quality Biaa. ha.l Rhaata.
TIOO ai-.ada of rood quality mualtn.
»<)o »«Tuk A 1 -
Satin Bad Kpraada, Till* Inohaa, In
food Panama, aaamad, raa<ly for
IliM aura rood (tialltr Comfort*,
flllad with faitad cotton, eovarad
with haary aataan In blua. brown
and (roan. 1110 *| Q0
valuaa. for vlivv
Wnolnap Biankata. aitra ftna qual
ity. In bluaa. tana, liray* and pink
plalda. Till" alia |l 10 #a n(«
valuaa, for VbiOO
Kour only Whlta W»ol Biankxa
ona of tha baa< grad-a In tha r|i>
Cuarantaad all wool with pink and
la* bordara. • lightly aallad racu
iar prfra lll.lt; (Q og
IfMM Baamlaaa Almlnalar Huga. I
Smiths haa'. irrada, till alaa I
■ rrnnr* of pattarna In thai
raw rolorlnaa. only 11 of thaaa on I
msss" r rr. $2i.75l
LOSS IS 942,000.000
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 19.—
Property loss to the South In
the hurricane of this wsek was
today estimated here at 942.-
000.000 divided as follows:
Lose In buildings destroyed
Cotton and other crops, 920,.
are Indefinite, but It Is feared the
loss of llfn In tfeta sect lon may be
Martial Law In Pores
The beat h front presented a alck
enlng sight today from the wreck
age of bath houses; pleasure concx
slons and warehouses.
Dehrla was scattered over a wide
Martial la* was still In fore* to
day, and every effort waa being
made to organize relief work.
Mayor Fisher la being aided by
Inspector Morris Stern of Ihe Com
mercial association, and heaals of
other business organizations.
WASHINGTON, Auk. 19—The
war department today ordered food,
bedding and t»nts rushed to Gal
v««ton from Ft. 8111, Okla., and Ft
Leavenworth, K»n., for use by vic
tims of the gulf"*torm.
The army will cooperate with
th<} Red C'roas In relief work.
The war department also ordered
food supplies *ent from New Or
leans to Galveston.
Emergency aupplle* will fie
drawn from Kt Wlngate. Hrown*.
vllle, Kl Paao and from army poata
near the stricken cltf.
fieri Hell, in command at Texas
City, ha* reported that the govern
ment lo*se« there were very heavy.
Many cavalry mount* were
awept. out to aea and all equipment
60 GUESTS INSIDE
NEW ORI.EANB, Aug. If". I.ale
report* received here today from
the Texa* storm region declared
there were 4# fatalltle* In Gulveaton
and Virginia Point alone.
Twenty person* are reported to
have drowned at Virginia Point. The
Causeway hotel there Is declared to
have collapaed. There were 60
WALSH REPORT TO PUT
MURDERS IN COLORADO
RIGHT UP TO JOHN D., JR.
Chicago, aur. 19.—put tup:
RO( KEFELLE R FOU N D ATI O N
OUT OF BUSINESS!
Give its hundred millions of dollar
hack to the people—for its huge hoan
of money is the withheld wages of tin
workers in America!
That is the appeal and recommtn
dation made to congress in the repor
of Chairman Frank P
Walsh of the industria
which, after twc
years' study by
the comm is
■ion, he de-,
claret Io w|
the basic cause
dissatisfaction in the i
The report of the
chairman was one
of the three made
by the various fac
tions of the commission.
Here is how Walsh would have federa
and Mate law-making bodies deal with th<
By enacting legislation that wouU
put an end to the activities of the foun
dation wherever the federal law can be made effective.
By having its state charters revoked.
By letting its huge funds revert to the state, if the
founders, as they claim, have parted with the title to
the money. •
Then the Walsh rejxirt recommend* that the Mate use
the«e million* of dollars to establish public works that will
lessen the great evil of unemployment, the creation of sick
ness and accident funds for the workers and for other pur
poses that will DIRECTLY BENEFIT THE LABORERS
FROM WHOM THE MONEY ORIGINALLY CAME IN
THE FORM OF WITHHELD WAGES
lurnta In the hotel.
At ti»lv»*ton 2»"> were reported lo
b.i»e perished The » rerk of
veet'm Is romplete from lllh to l!»th
sts tri thle district the l«as I* •*
timated at »ir..0©0.000
I>ebrl» I* piled hlrh In the s< reels
and special police are on duty lo
AT NEW ORLEANS
NEW OHI.KANH. Aug 19. Capt.
Murphy and thrw of the
<-rew of the schooner l.ydla Deerlug
*rrr drowned In the Oulf wh«n the
storm drove the schooner off Its
court#. according to iiinlvori to
day The *U luntlori were com
pletely exha ;j«tr-rt Two of them
havf» bwnmo insane.
Thi« T'n. 1 FVult steamer Iltu«-
flelds I* missing.
Rev. J. P. Taylor, Episcopal buh-
Op of North Dakota. «iim( of Mrs
Elinor Thorn*. 725 20th ave. N..
while In town.
Pace powder simply covers up an
unattra< tlve complexion and leavea
no lasting benefits. Those who
have tried a simple sptirmsx face
lotion find It much better, as It re
move* skin dlscolorations, such as
frer-kles and tan. and makes the
skin smooth, white and velvety.
This lotion Is made by dissolving
four ounces of sptirmax In one-half
pint hot water, then adding two
teaspoonfuls glycerine. This com
plexion besutifler doea not rub off
or show like powder, snd gives a
more refined appearance. It re
moves both shlnlnrss and sallow
ness, rapidly giving the skin a per
manent healthy, youthful appear
An especially flue shampoo for
this weather ran be had st trifling
expense by dissolving a teaspoon
fol of canthrox In a cup of hot wa
ter. Pour slowly on scalp and mas
sage briskly. This creates a sooth
ing. cooling lather that dissolves
and removes all dandruff, excess
oil and dirt. Rinsing leaves tha
scalp spotlessly clean, aoft and
pliant, while the hair takes on a
glossy richness of natural color,
also a fltifftness which makes It
seem very much heavier than It Is
After a ranthrox shampoo arrang
ing the hair Is a pleasure.
STAR—THURSDAY, AUG. 19, 1915. PAGE 5.
5 cans Wild OLn
W Milk .'LU 1 '
Choice Steer ' A a
Rr»und Steak ... O
Choice ' Ca
Mutton Chops... v
Ribs, lb U U
Choice Steer AAa
T-Bone Steak . . £U
Choice Steer 1
Choice Veal f
Chops ... .«. .. 13**
Fresh Eastern 4Af»
Eggs 0U C
Look for U. S. Purple Stamp.
It algniflas purity and quality.
Shop* Open Until 8:20 M.
The report also *cor«*. In
scathing terms, the um of pri
vate armies, and points out that
employe'* In (very part of the
country maintain "private
armies" of armed men. ard
have used thsm to Intimidate
and tupprese etrlking employes
by aseaultmg and hilling them,
for ibr appalling Colorado situa
tion the report pute Fl'l,l, ULAMK
UPON JOHN I> ROCKEFELLER
AND JOHN P. JR. declaring that
tba dlrtHt cauae of the killing of
men. women and children and de
struction Of property and homes In
the »outhere Colorado coal field*
[waa the raault of the refuul to
meet and confer with labor leaders.
The report say* that testimony
' efore the commission haa alao
shown that entire communities exist
under the arbitrary economic con
trol of corporation offlrlMa In
• harite of the management of huge
And that when the unfortunate
worker* try to better their condition
by organising—the only means
within their reach —they too often
find a*aln»t them not only maaaed
capital, but every arm of the govern
ment created for equality and Jus
The Walsh report, which sup
porta the red hot Manlejr report, I*
concurred In by the three other pro
gressives on the commission—J. B.
James O'Connell and A. B.
HARBORS AND RIVERS
BOARD IN PORTLAND
PORTLAND, Or., Aug. 1».-The
members of the rivers and harbors
mnntttM of l ongress are Inspect
ing the ranal and locks at Celllo. on
the Columbia river, tl>ar The Dalles,
today The project was recently
completed by the government at a
cost exceeding $4,000,000
The committee was taken to
Celllo by train, and will return to
Portland this evening. They will be
in Seattle Monday.
Seattl* alumni of Dslta Tau Delta
fraternity to be hosts to J. B. Curtis
of New York, national president of
fraternity, and 100 delegates to
Frisco convention of that order,
when they arrive here from Callfor
nla August 28-29.
My Mr*. Jm»t MrK»nal«> Will. Kdlfor
of llif Moat on I noklng School
In giving this rerlpa, Mr*. If 111
belle\ee It to b# one of the best nil
around rake recipe* ft has been her
j rood fortunte to make The sim
plicity arid uniformly good results
| will .appeal to every houaewlfe
B C Not Cmkm
Onp-lmlf nip hutteri rup*
«mnul«t#d aiignri % rtip aitllkt 'J
nipa flouri 2 lr\rl l««a|HNinfula K <
linking I'nwrieri 1 nap of nut uirnla
rliopped flnr | arbitral ef 4 r(ia,
H|ft flour snd baking powder to- ■
gather three times Cream the but
ter. add the augur; then alternately.!
j the milk snd the flour mlxt,i»'»
i Isstly the whites of *g|fe snd the
IlUt matte * Bikl hi a s!,oet In aj
■hallow pan thirty or forty minutes, j
Whin cold cover with the Icing snd
decorate with whole nut meats.
Thin l« al«o en aicellant white rake
recipe whan Ihits ara omitted.
( borolat* Irlnf
One etap grataialated aaairari H
oiint-f rliiMtilnlri nil He of I p||,
j beaten dryi ♦caapoonfnl veullMl
ritract | '* cup e«|pr.
Htlr tha sugar. chocolate end
' water until the mixture bolls: cover!
['find lr*t boll three tplnuten l'nrover
•a nd let boll fill wll#n i.«i.«l In rol.l
I water h soft hsll may be formed:
bent Into the whit* of n**. then
! beat until cold, h<UI vaulllii
Tha nu» caramel filiating glvan on pag*
j forty «»f tha K «' f'ook'a Book may be
I In place of the chocolate frosting. ;
If d*alred. A copy of the Cook • Book
handsomely Illustrated In 1* colors, w. 11l
be mailed fr*a. If you will tend tha col
ored certificate par-ksd In Sl*oent cans
of K C Baklnf Powder to tha Jaques
I Mfg Co . Chicago
Exclusive photograph for The
Star. Snapshot of Chairman Frank
Walsh, taken at the Chicago head
quarter* of the United 6tates in
dustrial relatione commission.
LONDON. Aug 10—Evacua
tion of Brest Llotvsk snd the
Russ sn southern front may be
forced within a fortnight, ow
ing to the necessity of Grand
Duke N-cholaa wheeling his
army northward to defend
This wae the bellaf e*preeeed
by military critics hare today.
The Austro-Germane are now
attacking the outer defenaea of
The Teutonlo Infantry la
steadily closing In upon tha
fortress base from tha west and
aouthwest and siege guns are
being brought up to batter the
Inner worka of the Slav posi
In the rapture nf Knvno and the
sdvanre tipuu the railway connect
ing the northern fortress with
Brest Utovsk by way of Vllna the
Germans are threatening Petro
Petrograd War Raport
Petrograd today admitted that
"stubborn fighting with alternat
ing successes" waa In progress
south of Kovno and on the Blelof
tok-Brest Lttovsk line.
Heavy attacks against Novo
Qeorglewsk are also reported by
the Russian war office.
It was claltn»d the situation
around Brest Utovsk was un
May Attack Capital
It li persistently rumored that a
whole Gorman corps Is being
moved from Field Marshal Von
Mackenzen's southern front to the
north for a drlra on Petrograd aft
er Vllna la captured
Some critics believe the German
plan Is to drive a wedge In the Rus
sian line east of Vllna and then
march against Petrograd while the
Slavs to the south are held off.
FRENCH REPORT OAIN
PARIS, Aug 19. —The most Im
portant gain made by the hYencli
in we»ks on the western front was
announced In the official com
munique today, which slated that
the cross-roads east of Notre Dame
De Lorette had been captured.
LINER IB TORPEDOED
LONDON. Aug 19.—The Wilson
liner Zerblno, 2.20S tons, and the
British 8. 8. Thomfleld, 488 tons,
bare seen sunk by submarines. It
was announced today. The crews
BRITISH LAND TROOPS
I.ON'DON. Aug 19.—More Brit
Ish troops have been landed on
Sulva bay In the Dsrdanelles. Ocn.
Sir Isn Hamilton reports fresh land
ings and declared severe fighting
Is In progress with heavy losses to
600 SEATTLE ELKS
60 TO BELLINOHAM
Nearly ROO Elks left Seattle by
special trsln early Thursday for
Belllnghnm to attend the tenth an
nual convention of the state lodge.
The convention will hold two days.
Ted Daketi, W. W Bane and H.
II Orlggs have the affair In charge,
and Bert 1.. Bwer,ea Is parade mas
MAKE A RIVER DEAL
King snd Pierce county commis
sioners have agreed to trade «.9
acres of old river bed to John Boy
tano and others for (1.7K acres need
ed for a new channel In Improving
the Stuck and Puyallup rivers. A
dredge will be bought for $:i,OOO by
the two counties.
Nell Pickerel!, wearer of men's
clothing, stands acquitted Thursday
of a charge of second degree bur
glary. Justice Brlnker holding there
was lack of sufficient evidence to
KIJ ABIJJMEU 1171
fttor* ©pan from • a ra to 4 p m dally am. and Ptka
Double Safety Jars
With Glass Caps & Rubbers
These jars have the large open mouth and the
rubbers and caps come with these jars at the follow
ing special prices:
Jars, 1 pint size, special, doz 95c
Jars, 1 quart size, special, doz $1.10
Jars, size, special, doz $1.65
Also we will offer—
6-ounce Squat Jelly Glasses at, dozen ..22c
IV/I™ t These Are New
* iCn • p urnishings
At Special Prices
$5.00 Blanket Bath Robe, with slippers to
Wide Silk Scarfs that formerly sold at $1.50,
$2.00 and $2.50, have been reduced to 85c.
Automobile Robes of imported materials, values
up to $15.00, special $8.95.
$1.50 New Shirts, Fall Patterns, $1.00.
Irish Linen Handkerchiefs, regular men's size,
special, 2 for 25c.
$1.50 Pajamas, made of outing flannel, $1.00.
$2.50 Globe Union Suits, of light weight wool,
75c Silk Half Hose in plain colors and fancy
effects, very special, 45c. ru~.
$4.50 Plaid Blankets $3.25
This is a special purchase of just fifty pairs, and
will be offered at this low price for one day only.
An item that should be interesting to hotel and
Wool and cotton mixed, of good weight, plaids
of blue and white; pink and white; tan and white
or red and black. Size 66x80.
Friday only, $3.25. ™ r *
MacDougall-Southwick Second Ave. and Pike St
IN REPLYING TO
WASHINGTON, Aug. I».—ln
a curt mssssgs to his agsncy
hsrs Qsn. Carranza today sc
knowlsdgsd rscelpt of ths
psacs sppsal forwarded by ths
administration snd Latin-
At ths agency It was hlntsd
this would be ths la«t that
would bs hsard from Carranza
regarding ths psacs proposals.
VILLA WANTS PEACE
EL PABO. Aug. 19.—G*n. Villa's
answer to the note of the U. 8. and
the South American envoys was
msde public here today. It was
very friendly in Its terms.
Villa promises all the assistance
In bin power to bring the warring
Mexican factions together and to
Altho in a position to continue
fight lug. Villa says thst iu view of
the "friendly attitude ol the U. 8.
snd our sister republics, we are
ready and cordially do accept their
CHIEF NOW ASKS
A HIGHER OFFICE
Police Chief I-ang want* his of
That Is to say. he wants it on
the first floor of the present city
hall. Instead of in the basement,
after the city departments move to
the now court house.
In a plan offered by him to the
budget committee Wednesday, he
also recommended the police court
be moved to the southeast corner
of the first floor, from the base
ment; offices of the captain of de
tectlres, detectives' assembly room,
the rogues' gallery to the northwest
corner of the first floor. He would
move Fire Chief Stetson's office to
the first floor and would place the
city electrician In the south end of
the basement. Me would also bring
the woman's protective division in
to this building.
His plan* were referred to a com
mittee composed of Councilman
Haa* and Erlckson and Chief Lang.
They are to report baak Friday.
A JITNEY TRIP--YES?
KPOEAKB, Au*. 19. —Carrying
3,f>70 Huffalo nickels, with which
they will pay all expenses, A. S.
Trosper and wife of Coeur d'Alone,
Idaho, continued their journey to
the San Francisco exposition by
automobile today. They have n
camping outfit with them.
Trosper said he auved nil of the
Buffalo nickels that reached his
hands for two years to provide the
money for the trip.
The Hollywood Lunch and Soda
Fountain, 813 Pike St.—Adv.
FEAR WOMAN IS
DROWNED IN DAY
A green canoe. In which ther.
was a trolling line, a woman's
brown hair twitch and a ribbon,
waa picked up Wednesday after
noon by the San Juan of the Saa
Juan Fish Co. fleet, near Point No
Point, according to a report mad*
Thursday to the police.
It la feared lome woman who had
been fishing for salmon may have
By KDWIH J. BROWN, D. D. 9.
Sfßltlr'a l<fadlnf Dentist
After having successfully practiced
Dentistry in Seattle for over 14
| veara. 1 speak from experience when
1 nay that Dental work can be me
reiirully guaranteed 1 know that
many shark Dentist* have adver
tised ironclad fake guarantees. di
ploma fake gua ran tees, state certifi
cate fake guarantees, dental board
fake gaurantees and all other fake
Cturantees. The fake advertisers
rome and go. The wonderful Dr.
Wyeth went: Dr. Shark's old fake
college went, tho Associate Dentists
left; the Good Dental Company
went; the wonderful Dr. Royal's
Alveolsr fake dentists faded away,
and the Dental Supply Houses took
whst was left. I could name a dosen
more, but "what's the use?"
rutting money into Dentistry Is
Just like depositing money in a bank,
snd you would not put your money
in a wildcat bank, would you? Wild
est Dentistry Is lust like s wildest
bank During tne Alaska-Yukon-
Pacific exposition here one Dentist
who sold the fske college to Dr.
Shark and who afterward opened the
Dr. Wyeth Dental Offices decided
to wildcat the office during the fair
and then sell It He used tne cheap
est teeth, rubber, alloy, cement and
sll other materials. He said:
"Brown, I will wildcat the business,
get tho money snd go to South
America, and you will get lots of
our work to do over," and I did. but
today he Is Just a wandering Den
tist, and Brown Is doing business st
the same old stand. I never make
false claims nor silly assertions.
Every associate Dentist In my of
flei hti had from IS t-> 90 yesrs'
practice, and most of them have been
with me for nearly 10 years, and I
know that they are expert Dentists,
and they know that 1 know, and
they know that their work must
come up to the required standard to
pass n»> inspection and be guaran
teed for IB years by tne.
I)R. EDWIN J. BROWN, D. D. S.
Seattle's I.rail In a Dentist
TIS First Ave.* t'nlon Block.
Open evenings until 8 and Sundays
until 4 for people who work. Phone