Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 28, 1914, Page TWO, Image 2

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All Pianos and Player Pianos Must Be Sold By
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H Our Wholesale Warerooms
Realizing that the time is short, we have reduced everything to prices that are simply
irresistible. ; Everything marked in plain figures those figures lower than any other combina
tion of circumstances could make them.
Terms
To make a long
story short, no rea
sonable offer of
terms will be re
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cases $6 places a pi
ano in your home.
Pay $6 a month.
No, It's Impossible
You can't keep your cake and eat it too. We can't close out this business and keep an assort
ment and stock up to the last minute." You can't make a mistake by buying now, because you
can't make anything by waiting. You can't tell what day or Jiour it will be too late to get what
would have suited you best. We cannot Convey to you on paper just what we are offering. But it is well to state that we are wholesale
agents for the finest line of pianos to be found anywhere Knabe, Vosc & Sons, Ivers & Pond, Kohler & Campbell, J. & C. Fischer, Shonin
ger, our own make, the Kohler & Chase, Hobart M. Cable and many others. In this stock is to be found something that will please any home
or pocketbook. We will not ship an instrument out if we can sell it. No need adding the risk and expense, and still have to sell the pianos.
Some are offered as low as $86, $97, $145, etc. Player Pianos at less than usual cost of straight upright pianos. For instance, $320 buys
one of the latest eighty-eight note, brand new, easily worth $700. Another at $390. Plenty of music rolls free.
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3:00. James I, linvis, bee dcnimim ra
tion. Evening
7:30. Cantatu by pupils of Oregon
Mate Blind School, Auditorium Educa
tiooHl Building.
7:30. Hund concert; vocul solo, Hnllie
Parrish Hinge, Auditorium new pa
vilion. H:15. Boyd & Ogle's one-ring circus.
UNIVERSITY EHIBIT
AT STATE FAIR
Btata Institution Seeks to Show People
of Oregon Character of Work It
Is Doing.
Practical, varied nm I interesting in
the exhibit of the University of Oregon
at the Htuto Fair, which begun thin
morning and will lust until OctiJ.ei ,'lnl.
The exhibit shows what so.'v'c the
T'niversity in rendering to the people
of the state. Charts and maps outline
the work of the correspondence dopint
ment and lint the lectures which nr?
available for towns, schools, granges,
rhurchrw, eoininercinl clubs and other
Crganisatiou in the stale.
lrofoBHor O. F. Stafford, head of Ihe
department of Chemistry, is at tru. ling
crowds with a demonstration of extrac
tion of nitrogen from the nir for
fertilizer. Many are viewing the "pure
water" exhibit sent down by Professor
A. B. Sweotser. This exhibit shows
testa of water from Tort land, Oregon
City, and Kugene and from various
t reams and wells.
A. C. Shelton field worker of the de
partment of xoology is busy answering
questions relating to the rnre birds and
animals which form a part of the
University exhibit. These birds ami
animals arn part of the collection se
cured during the biological survey of
the state, which Mr. Shelton has been
making under the auspices of the Uni
versity and the United States of Agri
culture. Kvery visitor to the exhibit receives
a leaflet calling attention to the most
interesting parts of tho exhibit and nn
nounceing tho lectures which are to be
given during the week. These lectures
will take place in the Educational
Building and will he on such subjects
aa "Crop Pests and the Itir Is that Eat
them," "The War," "Oregon Pioneer
Spirit," and "Issues at the November
Kleetion."
I yesterday from Albany and are at homo
, on Hroadwny.
II. B. Church, liosebiirg, superintend-j
! ent of the poultry department, came in!
last night nml has his tent with thej
! Douglas county delegation, No. 8 Booth.!
The first boys to arrive at tho Stato
Fair Grounds as u result of the contest
; to send two from each county to the
Stato Fair, are two from Ontario. Thev :
are bright young fanner boys and are:
proud of their trip to the Oregon expo-1
sition. They aro the boys who arej
known as the corn growers in their!
section.
1). M. (inlbreiith, of Monmouth, fends j
word that h will be in this afternoon ,
at. his old plnee No. 34 ttiilloway and
that his neighbors, the Kiddle Bros, will
come to tent next to mini. ,
I Mrs. 1). H. I.ooney came in this morn-1
I ing from Jefferson, and is in camp at
rto. 2 I'onning opposite the cunip of
her parents, Al. K. nnd II, S. (leoriro. i
J. W, lloss, Brownsville, arrived this
! morning and Is In camp nt No. r! Moody, j
i (luy (I. Hewitt, or Monmouth, was,
taken suddenly ill last evening while
unloading his cattle, and Is quite sick at
the Kirkland Cottage. ,
CHERRIANS LOOKING
- AFTER FAIR VISITORS
Special committees of the Chevriana
luivo, been assigned lor each day of the
week for the purpose of eiitertniuing,
giving information, and asMsting in ev
ery possible v.-ny the visitors who come
to the state lair. These committees
me under the charge of u chuirmau,
tun first minted in jhc ,lift below, and
report for duty each morning at the
commercial" club in their white uni
forms'." They 'are expefttd to meet the
Houthern I'llcllic and Oregon Kleetrie
trains and make thcmsvlves useful in
all ihe ways they can in helping the
visitors get rooms, ete. The following
are the committees:
Monday .Walter Spaiilding, It. B.
Houston', Stanl'iv Barton, F. I). Thiol-
sen, ,lnun Mulund, h':,y itichanlson, Jos. I ''''ton,
Keinliait, w. rl. nurghnrdt, C. Ii. Know
In ii...
Tuesday W. II. Onus. .'. K. Albin,
.I. e. I'crvv. H, II. - Anderson, Frank
Church Other Appoint
ments in District
R. N. Avison Retained at First Activity at Other Points Again
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Sets the Nerves of London
People On Edge
Portland, Ore., Sept. 28. Bishop j 1-on.lon, Sept. 2$. Kngland continued
Scores the Politicians and the
Oregcnian Is Parboiled
and Roasted
dents and investigators of prison
affairs.
Heforring to an editorial in the Ore
gouian to the effect that tho unem
ployed should bo rounded up by the
militia and made to soueezo the water
i out of the mud, the governor said the.
writer ought to be relegated to the
hottest, corner of the infernal regions
of Booth's timber and the back files ot
the Oregonian. Tho remark brought
eontinued cheers and applause from tho
audience. The speaker said that as
state land agent he knew how and where
Booth got much of his timber and said
he would throw some light on it if the
Oregonian kept up its tirades.
Cooke this afternoon announced among i teurtnl today of a Uorninn Zeppelin
tno appointments tor the .Methodist j raid, lis apprehensions being acceutu-1
.-uur.-ii oi vregou, me louowini:: , ,-.. .i- .., .. ....
Salem district: James Moore, mner-i ' ' " ' ' """'"I" ncrniucs , his address to the workingnien of Port
Politics and politicians have seldom
been subjected to a worse scoring than
was administered by Governor West in
BEFORE THE TRAPS AT
STATE FAIR GROUNDS
Son lay was piactice day for the
shooting tnurnnineut that held the
boards in front of the, grand stand at.
the fair grounds this morning and will
finish tomorrow. The shoot is under
the auspices of the state fair board and
tTie Capital City Roil and tbin Club
combined nnd promise to be highly suc
cessful. Handsome silver trophy' cups
will be given the winners of high scores.
Yesterday (', W. McKena, profession
al, shot a score of Sit. Among the gun
enthusiasts practicing vostordnv were
II. W. MoUger, Portland; II, I,.' Kver.l
intl, Portland; R,. Morris, professional,
Portland; V. W. MoKonn, professional.
Portland: K II. Van Annan, profes
sional, Portland; .1. K. Kei.l, profession
al, Portland; C. Hartley, C. It. Wilson,
I), Harney, P. Annon'd, U. Buff, II.
Veutcli, .Salem; and Messrs. Wharley,
llibbler. Andersen, and Balrympl'e.
Mark Siddall, of this city, is secretary
of the Capital City Hod and Unii
club, nu.l Is in charge of the shoot.
Today's Shoot.
Today was tho first official .lav of
the shoot and the results aro aa follows,
J.10 clay birds shot at;
ProfecilonaL
t W. McKean im
K.I. Morris
E. n. Van Annan ,til
I. Flher
I Spears, P. tt. Hvrd, C. 1). Webh
I Lehman mid J. II. I.auteruian.
U. (I.
Wednesdiiv ( has. hick. II. O. Wh . ! 'hllslioro, K. h. Meyers; Ln Fayette, C,
K. F. Sladc. O. K. heWitte, F. I!. Deck- l?.-, 'omstoek j McMinuville, P. 8,
nhueh, liussell Cutlin, Win. Mcllilchrist. ! A1"1"""' ' R ('oloman; Nehnl-
W. S. Foster, Frank l.nvell. r'"' r" M- 'wberg, rl, Uoul.l
Tliuis.lav-W. M. hnmilt.,,, .It.n ' 'regoii ( It y, 1 . B. Ford
intendent: Amitv. (). O. Oliver: Benv- ln various parts of Belgium and else-
upi'lied by Hubert Brvnier: where.
moons, t: m. Jasper; Canbv, T. H.
Downs; Clackanins E. A. Bristol;
Cornelius, J. II. Irvine; Dallas and Cnrl
ton, (i. H. Bennett; Dayton, E. T. Luth
er; Dilley, (.'. O. Pressnall; Fairview,
C. M Brown: Falls (itv. M A. Mnrev:
An aged ii.au was lutiilly hurt Sat
urday night at hyuxe, where live
Oomhs were drofiped, one of which part
It demolished a hospital roof. From
tho snme Zeppelin a bomb was dropped
at Rolleghrin but no damage was done.
Alost. Ghent ami Minelbeke also sight
td the dirigible.
In h'nssian Poland the fortress guns
nt Tovo-lieorgicwsk brought down an-
Jolio , ' . . other .eimc in. w-oich I:m.I urevi.insiv
! i.mi i. iv ...... . . .. ,1'UK l. rove. W. ( llltls; Sn em. Kirst . . . ' 1 ' '.
. tuigiiui, 11. ii. I IIUIIII, ,1. II. Ollllg, ..... ,. .. xt . -
Paul Johmon. S H. Fllintt (1 K U'n. ! .. '. . '""011; .rasou bee
Johnson, S. H. Klliott, (t. K
leis, II. II. Olingcr, .1. H. Ciowe.
Friday H. F. .M.ir-hall, W. II. I,er
ehen, liny Mills, Fred Meyer, Hav I,.
Farmer, j. .1. Kolierts. T. B.' K,iv, V. C.
Dyer, I.. F. Ilo.'er.
Saturday Aug. Hu. keslein, t'. C.
Foreman, 1), W. Kvre. jy Grant, N. H.
Klliott, Mr. 11. K. ( lav, Joseph Biiuni
garner, J. K. Allison, II. E. Mnngis.
Brown; Leslie, J. ('.
Spencer; West fiilem, T. I. Yarnes;
Salem circuit, to be sn.plied; Woo.lbiirn,
Lester C. I'oor; Yamhill, Henry Sines.
THREE GIRLS SKIP
BUT ARE SOON CAUGHT
.'ion wa;saw. Killing three men.
bombs were nlso dropped in I'a
the vicinity of the Prince of
residence, the American
Frank Gould's mansion, Ambas-
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H . i , . . . : u, . ...... .t nv. -V ,us .iuse- nc I. ess
eri'l.'k s home, (he chnncellorv ..i..... ... ... ., 1 ..
STATE FAIR NOTES.
Glenn Goodman went to Salem tiiis
morning, where he has a position at the
sllite tair grounds during the fair.
Itoseburg Review.
I.' r, A. ('. Seely baves for Salem to
inoirow, where he will act as presiding
judge of the races nt the state itiir. He
expects to be absent trom the city for
n week. Itoseburg H.-vmw.
W. O. Nesinith, the popular harness
race starter at the county lair, expects
to leine today for his old 'home nt Hick
reull, Polk county, and iroin there will
go over to Snlcm, only a few miles dis
tant, to attend the 'state fair before
returning to his home ut. Blue Hiver,
Kugeno Guii.d.
buml
Fiv
lis in
Monuc
i-hurch
sudor
of the embassy and the statue of George
Washington.
The only property damage was to the
windows and iaca.io ot the prince's
house, which were badly shattered. The
house whs iiccupied only by a janitor,
who esca ed uUnirt.
Ihe Ujnl.ardment occurred just asi
too congregation
land yesterday.
The armory in which be spoke was
crowded, there being standing room only
long before he begun to speak.
That, the Oregonian received 1000 a!
year hush money during the last four
years of State Printer Leeds administra
tion merely to keep its hau ls off the
printing steal was one of the startling'
stutemeiits made. i
Pat McAithur, calTdidatn from Mult
nomah county for congress was openly
charged with erasing from an act of I
the legislature a clause repealing the
parole system after the act had passed:
both houses. i
ino only goon the goverupr
l. miii. I in Hoo:!o was said to ha
Say French Response Was
Too Slow Expect Speedy
Defeat of Germans
London, Sept. 2s. A speedy defeat
of the Germans in northeastern Franco
been'"" l'r0'li,',,'a' 'olay by military offl
ine ccusorshlll hid nil .IctniU tint
state trom that much of his activities. lhHl ,,.,.ifive developments, leading to
I The governor told how two well-known I . ... . , , . ,
i women of Portland called to see Moser a ,,'n"lliU"' f tho battle of the Aisee
on business concerning the industrial allies' favor, were mar, was us-
. school for girls and Moser was so full : scried by mull high in authority.
ns to be incoherent and unfit for his The war office was obviously in a
I duties. hiohlir .i.,i;.,m.i;.. (..,., .......'i
These with Ilnu Mnlnrkey, Pr. Per-) linmors were current of ecrinn, fric
others were do- lion between tl. Kriti.i. .,.i r,..h
:ener:il
I Kthel Smith, of Portland. Kindn
Fislier, of Eugene, and folia Moore, of
Salem, inmates of the Girts" iniiustria!
;Nehool, escaped from that institution
,l.,u n,..v,,i,..v ..I, . 11 .. 1.... 1 T n-ltn uum nt, k - ik .. .. ... . . . , .
o,.',,,... n.i,.in u vi.M-ii uui eie- ', " vu i.n.i war uuinu ifL'ft II n me neip OI II1C UrCgOlliail COll-
located in the woods neurr.v nn.l j stiucl; by fiagn.euts or the l'iist hoinb. stitnted the ,nm .....k:....
brought back this afternoon bv Matron the former being instantly killed and , so often spoken of as infesting the last Iv , ., , ' ! r' .
Uopkins. The girls, who have escapwl tho latter, a little girl, fatally injured. ! legislature. I i'ni ' til ?
once or twice before, were hnnging out A thick mist nuiig over Paris at the I. The governor charged that the same' the r." ult." tl t i"
"v.i- i.-n.ui .-Hindi, riiis. Aii oil Hii.l ol .era u-.u. .in. i . .... i. .. ... .
,.,..1 .. .,.l ...,.l l.:, i.i u' -. .. " i.ciweeu me
" t.iiii.niiiiinn-, uouueeu as an unscriinuioiis cniiir who. : .1.11..1-1! aufr.
AT THE STATE
FAIR GROUNDS
Tyeldot J. H. Booth, wife and sod,
Kdwin, came in from Roseburg yester
day, and are rooming at Joseph Baum
gartner's, No. 210 Center street, Palem.
F. F. Heaven and family arrived in
Jim Rei.l jog
Amateurs.
H. Wihlou 4
F. Trm'h 144
P. O'Brien "' 140
M. Std.lall ia?.
The shooting begins at 8 in the morn,-,
ing and lasts until I p. m. The men be-!
hind the guns are doing some excellent
work but that there are not enoaish of'
them eutered is the only fault found
with the feature.
County Agriciilturit Floyd V. Rader
leaves this, morning for-Salem, whore
he will- atteud the state fair to look
after his canning exhibit'. Xtft Rader
clothes in the yard when they seized
an opportunity when 110 one wns look
ing for a minute, and stnrteo out ueross
country. The escape wus discovered in
about five minutes after they left nml
the matron, starting after them, sue
oeeded in locating them uerore they
could hide their trail.
Three new attendants hove been au-
time, an. 1 tee aviator could not even be influences, headed by the Oregonian.
seen. -It was supposed the bombard, j now have the skids all greased to ail
ment ws trom an aeroplane instead ofjunilate tho direct primary and other
u dirigible.
FLEW OVER WHITE HOUSE.
Washington, Sept. iN. Aviator Lin
oln Beachey ascended near the White
thonied for the school by the board of noose today, t'.ew around the Washing,
control, but 'he new help will not be-1 ton monument ud over the eapitol, and
:jln until October J.
Cucumber Sweet Pickle. For small
cucumbers, pare, cut in strips and let
lliem stand all night with salt between
the layers. Drain well the next day
and cook till tender in vinegar enongit
stated yesterday that he might have to to cover, removing the pieces when
do seme-Mock judging while there. He done so as to keep them whole. Tie in
will probably go 1V0111 Salem to Port-! bag whole cloves, allspice and stick
land on' business, returning-to -this city j cinnamon, and heat, together with vine,
the latter part of the week. He does 1 car and sugar, one and a half pounds ot
not exet to have lor his new post in brown sugar to one quart of vinegar.
Statthv't'or two weeks yet. Eugene ! When hot add the cucumbers without
RfH't'r. , j fmther eooking."
loeu returned to the White House
grounds. Hii tlight was watched by
President Wilson an.', a number of con
gressmen and senators. Beachey looped
the loop once over the eapitol and mon
ument and three times over the White
House. He struck and killed a pigeon
as he brought his machine to earth.
OREGON APPOINTMENT.
Washington, Sept. 2" The nomina
tion of Thomas Jones to be registiar of
the land office at Vale, Or., was sent
to the senate today.
of Oregon s progressive laws, which plan
expluius the well -kiiown Oregonian slate
so successfully carried through the
primaries.
Prominently in the same nrnvrnm i
the plan to return to the old system of
General irAmade of the French ar
my, it was hinted, failed to act prompt-
s thinking move-
rmnn riizlit. with
the result, that the saier's troops
gained considerably 11 lid heavy Britis'i,
reinforcements had to be brought lip t.
recover the allies' lost ground.
It wus reported that British troops
from India were in action.
MAT ADJOURN IN OCTOBER.
Washington, Sept.
2. President
frT lab", ' ST '.W
throwing their products on ,he m.rke I Tn " lL?l fh'P Ti'""' " m
i- competition with the product, of V? X PhM0"9'' " " ""J"0"' t"!
legitimate private Industry OI, that the Philippine independence bill
The governor reviewed 'in detail the! "? ,hc ll0,"e Amin ths P"
progress and working of the nrison 8.nt S's8um 1)ut not """"irily the sen-
svstrt.n rtt' .1,. iM.An. ul. 1. ,. ie
v-..... rl1-.-it, nuowiufc now an.
the labor of the inmates is now given
w me prwinction or tnings which are
The president said he believed tiie
opponents in the senate of the (Tavton
used and consumed by the state inatitii-i , - wore ,0 "k ,0 aJ"-
tions, or in improvements of land build- J'"' ri'Ke. He also declared be
ings and propertv of the state,' whieh. .v0',, ,,,n,1i I18' " " interloek
plau, h said was' in line with the best'1,"8 Ji1re,',", proposition, as. it of
and most general conclusions of tu-' banks, despite the objection of
j western bankers.
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