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Identifier: dentos1922unse
Title: Dentos
Year: 1922 (1920s)
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Subjects: Loyola University of Chicago – Chicago College of Dental Surgery – History Loyola University of Chicago School of Dentistry Schools, Dental – Illinois – yearbooks
Publisher: Loyola University Chicago College of Dental Surgery
Contributing Library: Loyola University Chicago Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: CARLI: Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois

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faced the blasts. For you. Inlay and Silicate, I wish the best of cheer. But one thing Im requesting, Twards us hold reverence dear. Horace C. Cornwell. OUR TROUBLES Oh, maiden fair, where er you appearThe Demonstrators all flock round. To win your smiles or strive to please.Compliments to you they propound. For you must wait and waitTill the hour grows quite late, For our work they will inspect.But a maid they wont neglect. Theres trouble at the boarding house.Theres blood upon the moon, The bold, bad, base monopolistsHave cornered the festive prune. k- )9^2 Page 12i BS- ^^^^De^ntos –SB THEATRES, Etc. AT TRUBITE THEATRE EDDIE COLLINS inThe Idle Class orA Day With the Juniors MOLAR MOVIE HOUSE DR. MO.RRIS in Giving the Patient Gas Also a Comedy, Removing- a Pulp Its a Scream yT TPIE C. C. D. S. Gus Zimm, Joe Miller, Ross Cayley in The Three Miscutchears or A Daze AAork Also Bored to Death or The Exposure COMING! The Kid Patient orAfter the Bawl as- Page 124 )922 -as BB- ^^D^nto ffl

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WANT COLUMN Bay wants to find some one to keep him awake. Beynon wants to find some weaker member to talk to. Zimmerman wants to know why those factory girls dont keep their dates. Talmy wants to know why they call him cabbage head. Frystak wants a new pair of curling irons. Kloboucnik wants to get married. Madge wants to grow up and be a big man some day. Blind Milton wants to know who started that gag. Keller wants to go back to Iowa with a leg under his arm. Cayley wants another poet to tease. The school wants more asepsis. Andelman wants two more lips to wet. Gustafson wants classes at eight-thirty. Kochanski wants better fights. ■ . McCuUough wants better treatment for world war veterans. Rabinovich wants more three surface foils on third molars. Dikselis wants more Prophylaxis patients. Horrigan wants to prospect in Physiology next year. Richardson wants to flip hot crowns. Ebert wants to be a Y. M. C. A. secretary. Tibbs wants to change his second name. Hoffman wants to trade

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Image from page 157 of “Journal of electricity” (1917)
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Identifier: journalofele401151918sanf
Title: Journal of electricity
Year: 1917 (1910s)
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Subjects: Electrical engineering Electricity Gas manufacture and works
Publisher: San Francisco : Technical Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: California State Library Califa/LSTA Grant

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with the followingannouncement: Free! Come in and get your favorite moviestars picture. You can collect hundreds of dif-ferent ones. Surrounded by the card were-small pictures (abouta third the size of a postal card) of the various screenidols. Those who went in for a picture without mak-ing a purchase carried a permanent advert:sement ofthe electric company, for the blank space on the backwas utilized to this good purpose. The electric company, of course, had an added ad-vantage in that their stunt appealed to photoplayfans at the right moment, but it need prove no de-terrent in your case should the nearest movie show belocated many blocks away. The dyed-in-the-wool fan(and their number is legion) even carries the fever tobed with him. Another electric company divides the cost of thesephotographs with the leading down-town photoplayexhibitor. They announce in their window : You can see these stars in photoplays at theIdeal Theatre. But your favorites picture may behad for the asking.

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Night illumination in Utah isnot prohibited by the Fuel Ad-ministration, for electricity ishydro – electrically generated.The effective flood lighting ofthe new Latter Day Saintschurch offices is one of the fea-tures of the city. EighteenG. E. type L 1 flood lightingprojectors are mounted acrossthe street, some two hundredfeet distant. The installationwas made by Eardley Brothersof Salt Lake City. February 1, 1918] Western Ideas. JOURNAL OF ELECTRICITY 141 AN ATTRACTIVE INVITATION card is halfthe secret of a successful meeting. This interestingmeeting notice was gotten out by the Pacific Service Employees Association, an —Parifir Smiirr tmplnurra Assuriatum * * * Point Your Telescope This Way andObserve the Star Attractions for OurOakland Meeting, Tuesday, Jan. 22nd MR. FRANK A. LEACH, Jr. ***DR. THOMAS A. ADDISON PtiAiC.ul Misi|ti ..r III. &Mt>IElKlrkCg., ..nl •*«! sa iki nibi«i: AMATEUR WORK IN ASTRONOMY II ,.,)… «<Aif.o.Urn -t… lb. l/.lt, l<… hiiJLiIiIi.im

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Title: The Architect & engineer of California and the Pacific Coast
Year: 1905 (1900s)
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Subjects: Architecture Architecture Architecture Building
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Architect and Engineer Co
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
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RESWESCE OF C. H. THOMPSOM, FREMONT PLACE, LOS ASCELES C. H. Thompson, Architect Mr. Thompson, prior to the erection of his residence, used Buttonlath in a large flat buttding that he erected at the corner of Fifth and Hobart Boulerard, Los Angeles. He was so pleased with the result that he used Buttonlath throughout his residence as shown in the above photograph. A New Substitute for Metal Lath ONE of the newest industries in thebuilding line and one that givespromise of revolutionizing the methodsof applying plaster to both exterior andinterior surfaces is the manufacture ofthe product known as Buttonlath. But-tonlath is a coined name which hasbeen protected by copjright to desig-nate the product of the Buttonlath Man-ufacturing Company, who are gettingready to start plants in several of theleading cities of the country, so as tomake their product a national one. Buttonlath is an improved lathing ma-terial in which the best features of metallath, wood lath and plaster board con-stru

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