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PAINLESS DENTISTRY - i — ■ ■■ vv B ' R iHEp./ .' * ■ r • Dr. Sipes will continue to extract teeth frith the wonderful, new painless method, absolutely free of charge, all this week. ' Men, women and children alike are cor dially welcome to this gratuitous service. Our one object is to convince the public that we do actually perform the most dif ficult operations encountered in dental surgery without the slightest feeling or pain. Dr. Sipes is doing this work at great cost to the Boston Dental Co. as an evidence of his own great faith in this latest triumph of science. Literally hundreds of Star readers have heen treated during the past 8 weeks and in no case has the new anesthetic failed Call any time for a free appointment card that will allow you to have your work done at an hour or day mo«t convenient to you. Remember, not one cent wilt he charged. BOSTON DOTAL CO. 1420 Second Ave. (Opposite Bon Marche ) RECOVER VICTIMS GUERNSEY. Wye.. July 24 Th« bodies were recovered Monday | COMING [Cmii/Mfj «■/ ' \| LADIES' \ l f Fancy, Light-Colored j High Shoes ) \V AT SALE PRICES / \ In Turrell's -\ MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE At $3.85, $4.85 —$5.95 and $8.85 We arc closing out «om* of our Whit*. Ivory and (iray Kld skln, Tan 'alf with White Topping, and Whit* Can van High Shoes Both lace and button style* Ttirrnll quality at that* prices mean* bargain* for the fortunate buyer*. Angular price* $6.00 to »12.50 . Men *, Women'* and Children'* Ixjw Shoe* at sain prtcns that are making a quick clearance Ladies' Low Shoes at $2.95 to $5.95 Men's Low Shoes at $3.35 to $6.45 Children's Low Shoes at $1.25 to $2.95 Main Salesroom TURRELL SHOE CO. "THE HOUSE OF BERVICE" •03 SECOND AVE. BURKE BLDG, iof five person* drowned laat night j when a convert'd a I c reek below Sunrise. Wyo., Into a torrent which swept an automobile i party Into a ennyon CASEMEHT DOOMED l/)NDOV, July 24—The attor ney gen-rnl today refua'd a rertlf Irate which would enable Roi(er Casement. or.vlcted In the Irlah r volt, dcgradorl from hla knlghi hood and sentenced to death, to appeal dlr»ct to the house of lord* ALL DRUGGISTS MUST PAT SI 0 Committer Recommend* P*»- aa£e of Licenae Ordinance IS GIVEN A SURPRISE There are 20 drug atorea In Seattle that won't aell booia, prescription or no preaerlp tlonl Not only that. They won't even fill a pro acrlptlon that calla for alcohol. The tl*wa almoat Imiwlkl over membrr* nf Ilia 'it* license com tnlttee. **ai«mliled Montla* I" flu lira out aiwne way to curb boot legging from drug atorea Their final action »»* to recom mend the iiaaaage of an ordinance, licensing all drug atorea 110 a year, and making It possible for th« council to refuse anybody a II cen*e who la conaldered a boot legger • Put you are making the dm* gists who don t aell liquor or alct> hoi suffer along with the othara," exclaimed I»rti*r K lHt P. C Regan, sitting in Hi* lobby. Regan had Soma ntattatlca to rend lie aroaa und took a llat from hla pock eta. Theae drtigglata wont fill a liquor or alcohol praacrlptlon," h" aald, "and If you don't believe it you can chrck up at the Internal revenue office and aee that the* don't even ha>e a federal llcenae M» read 'h. name* of the fol ic » liis pharmn< le» Puritan, Hell's, I'aclftc. Warr-n, Fremont. Hnnny aide, Kd*•water, Lincoln, llrown a. Halnler, llaiika . Stephens , Colum Ma. York, Valentine. Ktlckson's. Summit, Queen Anne. Calhoun and Varsity Jake l*mgh. of »*remont. aald the majority of the druggists were aa to vewd out tha law break er* a* anvbody else It was ftr*l proposed, aeveral weeks ago. to mske druggists pay ft.ooo a year license If they sold boose The corporation counsel ruled that all driiig'sts would have to be licensed, md If It waa for selling txKiio. the ll«'< nse would hare to be $1,000. ii.> .nore, no less. the cltv charter provision for a liquor II cenae The |10 license proposed by tha coramlttre Monday. It waa pointed out, will not l>e burdenaome and will make It poaalble to reject lr reaponalble druggists All drug gist* will have to p*y It. WIFE SEES MATE KILLED IN RACE PORTLAND. July 24. — The bodlea of I'ITUM Aubry and Crank l«ke, killed on the H<»»« CltT apeedway when Anbry'a carrraahed thru the fenre Bunda>. will be tak en home to Taroma today. Mm. Aubry. who *lUm*ml her hua band a death, I* In a aerloua ««• dttlon from ahork. Vhyalrlana aay aba la on the verge of a n«rrou» breakdown. Several other minor accident* ocrurred durln* th* rare meet Omar Toft of I<oa Ansel** won th» and 2"-n)ll« rare" Rea l.entx of feattte. In a Ro mano *|>eclal. won the Auatrallan purault rare, and turned the faateat lap In 61 aaconda. ORDERS ARREST OF ROMHOUSE OWNER Prosecutor l.undtn ordered the ar rest. Monday, of T A Huter. proprl etor of a roadhouse on the Pothell r*>ad. near Kenmore, tn connection with the robbery. la»t week, of Js cob Andrew*, who wan drugged and "touched" for It IS May Te*ry, th« vomin »ho was with Andrews. was char***! with running a disorderly house at 70S Dearborn at , where the rlrtlm ta iiald to ha*e received his first drink Suter la accused of furnishing In toxlcatlng liquor after the j>arty reached the roadhouse In an automo bile. CATCH SHORT FISH Raymond Throm, of 5«3* Wood lawn »*• ; J. C. Klrmkan. of Kenton, •nd J S Ollhert, of 1527 Klghth ave . took a fishing trip Sunday and caught nome fine trout "But the fish were shorter than f|v» Inches," said Deputy (Same Wardem Marco. who Issued com plaints In Justice Hrlnker'a court Monday. WATER BHUTOFF NOTICE Watnr will lie shut off In all of Georgetown lying east of the rail road tracks and south of Homer at tomorrow, from * a m to 1 p. ni. Water also will he shut off on K Spruce st. between 12th and 14th aves.. during the aame hours. CROWDS STORM BUILDING Hundreds of Eage Buyers Turned Away—Sale Reopens Tomorrow When the door* of the greit Salvage Sale at 718 Ftrit Avenue were thrown open Saturday morn In)?, hundred* of /-ager buyer* crowded the *tore to It* utmost capacity. Ho grent were the crowd* that turned out to vlalt thl* bin bargain event that hundred* of people were forced to patiently await their turn to Rain admittance to the *tor«. The door* were only opened from time to time and only to a* many buyer* a* the Hale* people could *erve properly were allowed to enter Tlint the *ale of the balance of ntock from the Olympic Trading Kr Supply Co.. *nd other stock* that havw been pur chased at r.O and fiO cent* on the dollar recently by the International Salvage fa,, I* making quite a sensation among the ahopper* wan evident by the many fnvorable comment* heard on every *lde about how cheap dependable mer chandl*e l* being sold The **le will continue for the n"xt 2S day* Many extra sale* people have been engaged to handle the crowd* that will ntt'tiil the xaln this wee! We advise all reader* of thl* paper who Intend to buy clothing, hut*. *hoe», groceries, men * furnishing*, i etc,, to Investigate the money sav ing possibilities here STAR—MONDAY. JULY 24, 1916. PAGE 2. THEATRES PALACE HIP Haven vaudeville numburi Hint n featuie photoplay eomprlan the program whit li opened Sunil«y at th» Palace Hip, It I" headed by the allegorical aketch. "Which Olin Shall I Ma;ry?" Mm* K>ay Carranta. the "Hpnnlnli Nightingale," Itaa a new repertoire of aonga mikl renewed her auci <mm of the pant Week Anltfi Ulm* • liiotik'- K are n mm tidy hit Other acta: Km> I. Iloyce, rlnurl«r etildlea of ■mall town typea, Maud Htill, "aeroplane girl", KIiik Rrodtar-t. atrong men. Mum ft I.ouk. Hinging and darning, u photoplnv, "A Tilhl of Sotlla, mul the HelU-Trlbiiiw New* Pictorial • • • ORPHF.UM J Anthony Hmythe, new leading man with 'hr Wllkea Hlayera, will make hla detut In Seattle at the Orpheum Monday night In "Klevat- Ins a HuaMnU." Between the acta of "A (Jentle man of Irfiaure.' Sunday evening, Norman Hackett, retiring leading man, bade farewell to the rlty. Ttn< hoitke «fc* packed mid aev eral hundred turned »w»y at thn door. Hackett «*» hidden godapeed at m dinner glyen by Tom Wllkxa at the New Wuahlngtou aftar the iktv. • • e ARENA Mora than :t.oo«) people attended the aecoud giving of the Mes siah" bjr 'lie Seattle mualc featlval alngers and orcbeatra at tha Aretm Sunday Theo Ki.rle Johnston, th« leuor, * group of enollont singers. • • • OH AND Tha show at the Crand thla week la headed by Helen S«v >ge and compauj, who pre»vnl a sketch. "A Day at the Wild Weal bhosr.'' Tbt» act la full of Inlereat and good. cla*n comedy. Emory Mauley distinguished hlmaelf by hla phenomena! whl» Ulna Tht Olmsteads, In their artistic acrobatic and posing nov elty. offer rn act of rare grace and beauty l«* K<>> and Mabel Ifart are good vocalists Mrooka and Hnyle have a comedy ilnKtng. talk Ing, and dancing act Charlie Chaplin, In "The Moor walker. ' .a the n ovle attraction PRAISE MINERS MEETING HERE Mule! M Weils, president of the Seattle Cent-.il Lsbor coun ell, opened the ti.innial conven tlon of District No 10, United Mine Workers of America. Men day, in the Labor temple, with a short address, omirendmj Ihe miners on their progrosslvsnss' and stability of purpose He said be ihe miners hsd one of the fleet labor or<ann.i Hons In the couutry, ani accredited llheli success to tin contrsc! system with employers and arbitration agreements mad-* every two years A new wage eeale calling for a flat Increaae of 5 per cent will bo presented to the convention Tuns dsy. It Is thougiit. .i atHHlul com mittee haa been worklug on the scale for a we«k Thl» acale *i!| V< prevented to the Joint conference of operator* and c»<a mlnera. wnt>h mee'a Immodl ateljr after the convent on come* t:> • CIOM. Martin J r"t>'*U. of Seattle. die trlrt president. *a'd Monday ovety tndlratlon ."Olntal to a *ue-ca»ful *ettlement of the demand* John IV Whu*. of l>»* Motnea, la . International president of th« Tott ed Mine Worket». will »| eal. to the convention Tueadny afternoon lie la (pending hi* virutlon In Re attle More than 40 delegate* from the fotir mining dlatrlrta of the »'ate at tend«»d Monday'a Hooting. REDMOND ATTACKS ASQUITH POLICIES l-ONrK)N. July !*.—John Red monl. Irlah natlonallat leader, waa the i enter of a atorm In the botiaa of comtnona thla afternoon when tie blttTly amalled Premier Aaqulth for dilatory lactlca In aolutlon of the Irlah qneatlon The Irlah leader waa greeted with a atorm of cheerr Irtah memhera greeted hla dentin elation of Aaqulth with ahouta and veil* at Aaqulth. aueh aa: You be trayed Helglum! Von are betray ing Ireland!" CROWN PRINCE IS UP IN AEROPLANE AMSTERDAM, .Inly 24—The German crown prince made his d»< but last w»v>k as a military flier, ac cording to word received hpre from Merlin today For Ifi minutes thn heir to the Herman throne risked his llfo In a German aeroplane over the French lines surrounding Ver dun While admiring thl» fresh proof of the crown prince's courage, con sldcrahlc adverse comment was heard In Merlin, the Germans hold ing that, aw heir to the throne, he should not needlessly risk his life lu such dangerous exhibitions of courage GERMANS RELEASE BRITISH VESSEL BERLIN, via Wireless to Kay vllle, July 24 German authorltlfm have ordered release of the Mrltlsh steamer Adam, captured by a Ger man torpedo boat, since the Investi gation dlnrlosed the vessel waa cap tured wltliln Swedish territorial waters. RAIN HURTS FRUIT I'nseasonable rnlna have decrene ed the cherry crop of Western Washington to Mitch an extent I hat practically all of the year's supply will be shipped In from the hill sec tions of the eastern part of the •lata. i MAN IS FOUND IN COOKING CLASS Hutte High School Teacher Taking Courae at the Univeraity QUESTIONED MY GIKL A mere man la tailing cook ing In tha lummar aaaaion of tha univeraity. He la Momar Bradford, man ual training Inatructor In Outte, Mont., high achool. From behind hla apron he re piled to queatlone aimed at him by a woman reporter for the newapaper which th# eummer aaaaion atudente In journallem publiah thrlca a weak "Broke the flrat dlah In my llfo tha flral day I appeared In the home economic* deparltnant," he aald "K'aaon I waa fu»aed. that'a whv Ho many woman around, and I had to hurry ao The thing I dUMke about It la the dlab waehtnx No wonder women are demanding narhanlrgl rontrlv tincea to «»ah and dry dlabea Aa be tMlked, he dried the laat dlah and almoat xavagely rolled it Into the cupboard. 110 explal:i>d that he thiight hla atudy In home eoonomlca would come In hand) , He glvea a ye»r courae In hou*«- plMnnlng In the llutte hlgti achofil. and think* u direct knowledge o! the lu>u«ek"epera' ne- da will make him mora competent He wanted '•> know about the »r rangemant «nd dealgn of tb<* kitchen, an I ao reglaterrd for work In which lie i* learning how atep* can b«< aaved and onpa frori pro )ectlng cupboMi d do<*a avoided "la thai your only reaaon for taking the rourae?" jwralated the r«|»orter. •'Who wgnta to knowT' he r» aponde<l, cryptically RICKLES BROTHERS CLOSE OUT THEIR BIG PIKE ST. STORE To Conflns Thtmaalvaa to Whole sale Paint Business —Hard- ware Goat, Too Rlcklea Rmthera "tie of Pike atreet'a leading hardware and paint concerns, announce an Im portant change In their bualtieaa which aho'lld be Interesting nee a to the public Their Mr atore at 121 I'lke street la to lie dlacontln lied To do thla. everything In the place la to ;>«• sacrificed Hard ware thee* days Is like money In the bank. It haa Increased recentl) In some <im mors than JOO per cent Thla has been forgotten with Rlcklea Rrolhers. because the entire stock of hardware, sporting roods, raacluntca' tools, paints, oils snd varciahea will be closed out st public sale, full particulars of which *111 appear In Tuesday's Star. GRAND THEATXE I Me«l «»n<l I fcerry » | M M I I %\ . * |r . IM "The Floorwalker" Alsn IWli »f •|Vg •' lh* Hli»« s»n«1 r* \rlm of \ mirirtlllr %ll lllah 4 !••• 5c Afternoons— lOc Eveninc: WEDNESDAY Afternoon and Evening—2:3o and 8:30 Farewell Exhibition Wilbert E. Longfellow Of Washington. D. C. Field Agent, Life Saving Corps, American Red Cross Society Demonstrating. with assistants, the proper methods In rescuing anil resuscitating drowning persons. Interesting «n<l instructing. Every man, woman, boy and girl In Seattle should see It. Admission 10c SEATTLE NATATORiUM Second Ave. at Lenora St. "Cyclone" Davit No Longer Needs His Stiff Collar I»Ai.I.AH, T** . July 2i—J. II ("Cyclone"! lievl* al* fool poet and confreaaraan, whoaa temporary realde-nce In the «•' fete Kaat reaulled In lila don- UliiK a collar for the flral Ultl# In 20 year*, probably will dla card that coll Mr. I«teat return* from demo cratlc primaries today abow thai Cyclone la licked for r<- nomlnMtlon aa congre«eman-*t large. Another famoua flrnr» who not It right In the Adam'a ap pie wait "Cncle Charley" Cul hereon. U. B aenator for four aucceaalve term*. In thr race for r•'nominallon he wan beaten hy former 'iov Colquitt. H P Hrooka. former prexldejit of Ha)lor univeraity, wna a cloae third Colquitt and cither Cut beraon or ltr<«tika will be the atartera In lh« "runoff" aena torlal primary. Auguat i* Qo\ Jamea K Kerguaon waa afaured renomlnatlon. HuhmlK*lon of atirtewlde prohibition at a apecl*l elec Hon to be held after the ne*t leglalgture la convened wan leading 115..H7 to 107.75*, on Incomplete return* 4 MISS DEATH AS AUTO TURNS OVER A Mk auto carrying four people backed m«r k hluff at Maple Vsl ley Sunday afternoon, somersault "I several tlmea and landed u|>- alde down 40 fiwl below. Only on» of the passengers was Injured Charles Lynch, g3O<S li'th ave. N, K . suffered a bruls#d leg and a wrench* d knee The top of the auto broka tha fall The oth era In tha car were Mn Lynch, and >lr. and Mra T. M. McOraw, 1104 Klrst «»o, N- BREMEN NOT CAPTURED IvONDON July 24 —fienlal thai Hrttlah war *caae|a hava captured ihe submarine Irelghter fireman, olatrr ahlp to the Deutschland. waa given today by official authority to the t'nlted Presa >1111 M.Ktlll • IMIII.I l I lO\ Tab* Il»n(i>r4'> fkMpkele lt«-ilav*a Ihf <Jlafr*a»»'t at '>ftisch, rsatoraa anj>«ttt* etrengtli and vi tality Hur a t»«ttl» BULL BROS. Just Printers tOII THIRD MAIN 1041 ■ PACIFIC DUTFITTING CO | COR THIRD&UNIVERSITT DRESSES MEN WOMEN " rS I- vttit TOUR CREDIT IS O K. I pAi^Ss Specialists in Painless Dentistry Kor H v»ar* I liave made Patii leaa !>»nil»lry a thorough *tudy. «nd fael mnfldent I can do your ■i.-ntai work to your entire aatl*- (a.'tlon. t>o your gum* bleed? If ao you ha»e pyorrhea Thl* dlaea** • hould I■■ era llcated at oni» to Inaura pre*«-tvaUon of teeth and health Kutrartlng ahaolutely without p„i i ..r bad after effecta. Our prlrea are right. 0"t an Ml'oate l.af'.re coin* elaewhero All work guaranteed examination and consultation * National Painless Dentists Fourth Ave. and Pike St. iX. WkNITAm / SWIMMING AS USUAL STANDPATTERS ARE UNDER FIRE Prof. Torrey, of K«*d, Medina Probe of Hart Cane on the Campus OH. SUZZALLO IS AIDING Prof H. P. Torrey, chairman of the committee commlMlontd by the American Aeeoclatlon of Unlveralty Profeeaore to Inves tigate the discharge of Joseph K. Marl from the University of Washington faculty, Monday wai on the campua reviewing the situation with "♦*»sr faculty members. Prof. Torrey of Reed college, Portland, along with Prof. O. K. McMurray of the Unlverelty of California and Prof. W. E. ■ rlgge of Stanford unlveralty were detailed by Chancellor Frank Strong of the University of Kaneas to Investigate Hart's casa. lir. Huzgallo, who returned from j Montana Saturday. has annoum ed he will co-operate with the InvKntl gators handling the Mart <a»e He Bald I'rof. Harts connection with lb«' university was severed be cause of "a failure to co-operate In tbe performance of departmental duties which efficiency required" I'reeldenl Hufiallo received notice In June that the A, A. L*. f. In tended to lnv««tlgale lite fase on an appeal from Hart. Offsrs to Hear Appeals He was dlsmlfed In May. Itlf>, nl m* with lx>an Bolton and Prof : Herbert <i Lull, all of tha depart merit of education AHton was taken by the regents on the same day Oiey elected Dr Henry Suitallo president. In. StwxaJlo later Informed the three discharged faculty men that they mlfht appeal their cas«a to him If they csred to. Holton appealed and was rein stated. I.ull went to the Kansas State Normal school at Emporia Hart did not appeal to Dr. Stu rsllo, but placed his cane In the hands of the A. A I'. P. Same Body Defends Nearing This bod) of educaiors Investi gated the caae of I>r Srott Nearlng. who was dismissed from the faculty of the Wharton School of Klnsnce. I'Diversity of Pennsylvania. That Inveatlrallon attracted nation-wide attention. The Inveatlgstlng committee here will try to determine whether Hart a dismissal waa Just. In the 'light of alleged petty turmoil he la 'alleied to have created In his de | psrttnent. To Expose Politicians' Control On the other hand they will be confronted with evidence to show that outside politicians were antlotis to get Hart out of the uni versity. The A. A. U. P. Is determined to stop political meddling at the el pens'- of academic freedom. In December, 1915. shortly before the legislature convened. Hart ad dressed psrent-tearher associations and fearlessly rapped many reac tionaries who were trying to In timidate university faculty mem ber*. Such politician* «» Jimmy Davis of Tacoma. who was slated for the chairmanship of the appropriations committee, were taking every op lortunlty to block development on the campus unless the liberal fac ulty members were muzzled. The politicians were branding them as "anarchists." Standpatters Blocked Progress The university was badly In need of appropriations. Buildings were crumbling. And the politicians held the purse strings. So Dean then acting president - follow ing the dismissal of President Thomas Kane, wrote to Hart, and half Jokingly and half seriously told him to refrain from making criticisms of the politicians from public platforms. It was following the of this letter that Hart decided to re sign from the faculty. He did not want to be restrained from speaking when cr how- he pleased 8o he wrote a resignation to Re gent Pechtcr. which. It is said. was a severe Indictment of the narrow viewpoint which was dominating the university. Popular With Student* This Ipttpr has never been made public. Prlends of Hart on the faculty pointed out that hla resignation would bp a keen loss to thp univer sity. Thpv also polntpd out that his resignation would »x> simply Ha\tng Into the hands of the poll Jticlans who wanted to dictate the ,'cachings of th«> Institution. So ho rpralled the letter of reslg nation by telegram. Prlends of Hart point to his popu larity with his students as an Indi cation of hla fitness for faculty office. Wn He Self-Made Martyr? However, other family members point out thnt his standing on the faculty gradually lowered. In the estimate of other faculty members, because he "tried lo become a mar tyr" oftentimes when there was no occasion for "climbing on the altar." And they nay he went out of his way to block co-operation. However, Ihere is an almost uni form feeling among university stu dents and faculty that If profession nl politics had a hand In his dis missal, the part they played should be brought to light. KILLS WOMAN AND BABE AND HIMSELF LAKIC PORERT, 111 , July 24.— Side by nMp <n thp little morgue today lay the body of a man of 24. h woman or 2* and a babe of six months. They all (ilpd of pistol shots, ap parently fired by the man. The bodi-K werp found Rundav ,on the grounds of the Onwpntsla club, near here Two young society girls, taking an early morning liorspback ride made the discovery. Ilanna Jensen, keeper of a board ing house, said the three came to her ss boarders a few days ago. There wan little to Indicate their j relationship, but they quatTeled lover the baby, which was appar ently hated by the man. REIDP Wallace I m I Ridgleyl Cleo I ■ M R tbe Stars I ■ L night Now II | AT THE I COLISEUM They are in "The Selfish Woman," a strong 5-act dome*- tic drama A Paramount Pictograph and A New Comedy alto are shown The orchestral num bers are superb 15C Children ....... 5c Loge Seat* 30c AMUSEMENTS WILKES PLAYEP^fi C / uOrvi um ■ ■ "KLKVATIJU A HtlliHD" Introducing Sir. J. Aatkway SasMfce Prtr«—ler. 2*r, h, Vats- T>«r»4sy s»4 <«nr<«i. J ,j PALACE HIP S io c v.r'.r: isc •WHICH O\K DH*LL I HARJtVr* Par CarraßMi lUr I. R«;rr *■!!■ niai'a Mtßhrr* Other \aud«v|]l« and ffalun photoplay Mats.. 1:S0 to 5. N!«ht», « 10 to 11 NEW PANTAGES This Afternoon, S 10. Tonight. 7 urn! > "Brides of the Desert" And Lot* of Comedy A »»1ra414 Bill. I*r iii Mr. mt. i. n. t i.iHK How Can You Excuse Your •elf for Further Delay in Having Your Teeth Fixed? We »r« able to guarantee to d# your work for you without hurting you a bit. Wo are in a position on account of the Immeni* volums of bualneaa that we do to aaxure you of the vary loweat prlcaa. Wa offer you the tardea* of high grade. gradual* ragtatered dentleta e>*ry ona of whom hai graduated from tha very beat denied collegea In the country and parsed the examine Itlon of tha atate d**aita! board. Each end every operator In thla office ha»-j hie ceitlflcate In front of hla dental chair, l.» plain eight of all. \\ e offer you With %our work ao ironclad guarantee of aatlafactlon Thla guarantee le etgned both by tha operator who doe» tha work and by K R. dark. D. D. 8.. owner and man ager of tlila office. who la thorough - ly reeponalbla. It will l>e worth a lot to you to have your teeth put Into parfact oon dttlon It will be worth a great daal more than It will ooat. We iav that wa can do yomr work painlessly. Hare le tha proof. Gentlemen I had thraa teeth ■ pulled h> thr*e different dantlata. end after thle experience I was very touch afraid to come to your office l'rom now on my dread of the dental chair ha» peaaed. for th*' Kegal l>an tiate can pull any tooth oalnleaaly. an the> did not hart me whateoovar. PRANK RTOVT, SIS Jefferaon. Wa have pienty of othar taatl monlala which are Juat aa con vincing aa. thla ona>, which wa will il very glad to a how you If yea will call at our off Ira. Make up your mind to atart to have your taeth fixed right now. Yau will never regret It \nd thle la the proper place ta come without a doubt Regal Dental Offices |»r. ».. It. « lark, Manager nor. ihira A*f., 1%. W. Car. Tklea •■4 Ualaa There are many barga'ns In real estate to be found In Star Want Ads.