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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8, 1915.
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CHRISTMAS FOR EVERYBODY
THE VALLEY MUSIC HOUSE IS GOING TO MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR EVERYONE WHO IS INTERESTED IN
MUSIC TO HAVE AN INSTRUMENT OF SOME KIND IN THEIR HOME FOR CHRISTMAS.
These instruments were taken in,
some of them on self player pianos, and
others on Grafonolas. You will find in
this large assortment of high grade
makes some very choice bargains. Some
of them like brand new, in fact they
have had such excellent care they could
be sold for new pianos. EVERY ONE
A'STANDARD MAKE. NOT A
CHEAP, TRASHY ONE IN THE
' There is one BABY GRAND CHICK
ERING in this lot that was used at the
state fair one week. This instrument is
going to be sold at a very low figure.
If you want ar-fine instrument- come
and see this one. You can buy it on
very easy payments. If you have an
upright we will take it in on this piano.
Here are the Range
One Upright, in burl walnut finish;
like brand new; was $450. ONE-HALF
One Upright Grand, in mahogany;
used one year by nice family; was sold
for $302. ONE-HALF OFF.
One Upright in Imported Walnut case, regular
price $460.00, ONE-HALF OFF.
One Self Player Piano. This is the
last one and the finest that was pur
chased of the Howard Piano House
when they quit business a few weeks
ago. This instrument sells regular for
$600. We are going to sell just this one
for $365. Lots of music rolls and bench
WE HAVE LISTED ABOVE ONLY A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS WE HAVE TO OFFER.
M QUALITY IS WHAT THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY WANT
We never realized before what a demand there was for good pianos in Salem and its tributary country.
We had no idea there were so many people who were i nthe market for good, dependable instruments. We
are just beginning to find it out. Every day people are visiting our salesrooms and looking over the fine
stock of pianos and player pianos we carry and making their selections and leaving their orders for
Christmas delivery. And every day we are getting letters of inquiry from out of town buyers who have
read our advertisements or who have heard of our fine instruments from their neighbors who have
already bought Naturally, we are beginning to think there is a demand for high class pianos in this
Brand new Fischer Pianos, Chickerihg & Sons Pianos, Emerson Pianos, Hobart M. Cable Pianos,
Smith & Barnes Pianos, Steger and Sons Pianos, Kohler and Campbell Pianos, Player Pianos in all styles,
Chickering Baby Grands all at prices that will astonish you.
Some Very Fine Used Organs and Talking Machines
Traded in on Pianos -
If you have a silent piano, we will trade you a Self Player for it, or if it is an organ, we will trade you i
Din aw n Calf 'PlavAr Pnmn in ri orhi nwnv na manv nthara or a rlninnr anA an1w vauw m'nnA
We will deliver Christmas if you do not want it now.
C F. HULL, Manager
High Quality Easy Payments
Open Evenings During Holidays
264 North Commercial Street. Telephone 493
Big Crowd Grows Enthusiastic
Over GameOther Sport
AHEAD OF RECORD.
New York, Dec. 8. Pros
pects for a new record for the
six day bike rate being held
at Madison Square Harden ap
peared today when .thirteen of
the contesting teams had trav
eled 1197 miles at 9 a. m. This
is nearly 19 miles ahead of the
record. A terrific pace is be
ing set by tiio leaders.
Governor Pardons Two
and NineAre Paroled
Acting upon the recommendation of
the parole board, Governor Withy
eombo ycBtcrday issued paroles to the
Edgar Kmerson, Columbia county,
forgery; Klmer Beck man, Morrow
county, J. Rcincy Jackson county;
IF HOOD'S IS USED
The genuine old Toliablo Hood's Sar
spirilla corrects the acid condition of
the blood and builds up the wliolo sys
tem. It drives out rheumatism because
it cleanses tho blood.
It has been successfully used for for
ty yoars in many thousands of cases
the world over.
Tlicro is no better remedy for skin
and blood diseases, for loss of appetite,
rheumatism, stomach and kidney troub
les, general debility and all ills arising
from Impure, impoverished, devitalized
H s unnecessary to uffor. Start
treatment at onco. Got a bottle of
Hood's Barnnparilla from your nearest
druggist. You will be ploasod with
Orville Pine, Malheur county; Krnest
Morris, Malheur county; Peter Ander
son, Wasco county, all for larceny; .T.
H. Ogdon, Clatsop county, obtaining
money under false pretenses; Milton
H. Clark, Klamath comity, statutory of
fense; Wilium B, Young, Coos county,
for ndultory. i
The governor issued conditional par
dons to Earl Me.Cleery and A. E. Pod
son. Mc.Cleery was sentenced from
Multnomah county for obtaining money
by falso pretenses. Dodson was sen
tenced from Josephine county for mur
der In tho second decree, lie is going
blind and will go to Colorado to live
with his brother.
Minnesota's Boilers Are
All Out of Commission
Ran' Francisco, Pee. 8. Arrange
ments to send the Hel Stack tug Hover
from hero to tho Aid of the crippled
Minnesota were mnde hore today. The
Minnesota is in two of two, but needs
this additional "lift,"
The Hill line superintendent hero
Hiil he had no further word since the
wireless word Inst night from the tug
laqua that the. extra tow was required.
She is struggling northwnrl, 189 miles
south of Ban iiego.
Kcr ownors now know definitely
that all her boilers are out of commis
sion. Whether spies of mutineers
wrecked them has not been ascertain
Two tugs are alongside! and the
third hat been liked.
Will Present Bill On
0. & C. Grant Lands
Washington, P. C, Bee. 7. Senator
Chamberlain, at the first opportunity,
will introduce a bill providing that the
title to unsold Oregon ana California
In nil grunt lands shall be revested in
the United .Slates, tho nation to pay
".SO an acre out of money derived
from tho sales.
The bill classifies the lands as min
erul, timber and agricultural. Tho min
eral lands are to be subject to Irnmo
dinto entry under the mineral laws.
Timber laud is not to bo disposed of
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ATLANTA, 3 fas. MA
WHITBT. IH Im. th .
until tho timber is removed, thereupon
to bo classified with agricultural land.
The timber will bo sold for cash un
der sealed Hi, Is, the luuil office commis
sioner to order sales at advantageous
times. Bids would includo ono or more
tracts to be rejected if grossly Inade
quate The timber may bo removed by
the purchaser in hii own time.
Agricultural lands would be mnil
subject to entry under tho homestead
laws at (SO cents an'acre, to bo raid at
tho time of application, and 12 art acre
at tho time of making proof, entries
being confined to ono qunrter section.
Agricultural land would bo opened
00 days after passngo of tho act, set
tlers residing on the land on December
1, 191.1, having tho preferred right.
Money from the snles would go into a
special federal fund.
Tiio railroad would get 2.'0 an acre
as the funds accumulated, 40 per cent
of tho remaining proceeds to go to the
Oregon school fund, 40 per cent to land
grant count! for toads, and 20 per
cent to too national treasury.
Will Be Returned To
Answer Murder Charge
A requisition for eitrndition papors
for Ed liishnp, wanted in Oporgia on a
charge or mnr.ler, was honored by Gov
ernor Wlthycombe Monday morning.
Hindoo was arrested In llilfsboro today
oa a warrant charging' him with the
Seattle, Wash., Dec. 8. Seattle and
Victoria presented Seattle with its first
view of ice hockey, tho king of sports,
last night. More than 2,500 wildly en
thusiastic spectators saw Seattlo bent
the Canadians 3 to 2.
Victoria presented better team work.
Individual playing featured Seattle's
Lester Patrick and Genge were the
stars for Victoria. Gengo was put out
of the game the lnstiiix minutes of
the third period for a fight with Wil
son of Scuttle, and his ubsenco weak
ened his team. Morris slipped through
Seattle's winning goal in the Inst two
minutes of play.
Aggies Elect Abraham.
Corvnllis, Ore., Dec. 8. Herman Ab
ruhiim, back field etnr of the Oregon
Agricultural college football team, will
lead tho Aggies on tho tanbark next
year. Abraham was almost unanimous
ly elected to the captaincy. lie re
cently v.aa named for tho mythical all
Richmond Wins From
Clark By 12-0 Score
Richmond school football team won
the championship of the grammar
school league for grades under the sixth
on Willamette field this morning by
defeating the Clark eleven 12 to 0. M.
Rndcliffc, of tho Richmond team,
scored both touchdowns for his teum.
Tho game wns played in the mud and
was fast and furious from the whistle
and miniature warriors tore into the
game like veterans. Marion I.angley,
Allen Frazbier, Captuiu Walter I.ouuu
and M. itiidcliffo, of tho Richmond
team starred, while Smith and Merle
Crossin of tho Clark team were the
bright lights of their aggregation,
IS TEMPORARY COMMANDER
To serve as commander until tin
first of the year, to fill the vnenncy
caused by the death of Frank L. Pound,
R. M. Harris whs chosen at a recent
meeting of the members of Sedgwick
post, Do. 1U, U. A. K.
For tho year 1910, the following of
ficers were elected:
Commander W. C, Faulkner.
Senior Vice Commander Karl Race.
Junior Vice Commander Thomas M.
Chaplain Rev. Jnmes I.isle.
Surgeon Dr. D. F. Lane.
Officer of tho Guard J. D. Smith.
Quartermaster Julius Worcester.
Officer of tho Dny J. E. Ross.
The meetings of the post are hold the
first and third Saturday of each month.
Ward Butler, of Independence, was
in, the city yesterday.
Mrs. Ernie Riddle, of Monmouth, was
in Salem yesterday.
Thomas Fennel, a hop man of the
south end of the county, was transact
ing business in tho city yesterday.
Chow German returned yesterday
from a trip to the San Francisco ex
position. He was accompanied by W.
V. Lord, of Portlund.
Only Way To Cure Tilts Disease la To
Destroy Its Cause.
By A Specialist.
If you have catarrh and want to get
rid (if it you must kill tho germs which
cnuso catarrh. Stomach dosing, oint
ments, sprays, creams, douches, etc., fnil
because they overlook this fact. They
nil help by giving temporary relief but
they do not reach tho genu life that
has found lodgement in your hend, nose,
throat, and could not destrury it if they
The best known way of destroying
the dangerous gcriiiH of Catarrh and
coiisaquently ending the diseaxo itself,
is to breathe into the air passages of
your nosn ami throat tho pleasant, peno
trnting nir of llyomoi (pronounced
High o ino). Hyomei is Hindu from
purest oil of Kuiulyiitus combined with
other powerful, healing, antiseptic and
germicidal ingredients. You breathe it
through a little pocket inhaler which
Daniel J. Fry and otHcr leading drug
gists in Salem and vicinity are furnish
ing with every complete treatment sold.
Kvery time you iniialo the sweet, frn
grant air (if Hyomei tkrough thii littlo
ilevico you are drawing into your swoll
en, inflamed, germ laden membranes a
modicntcd air which will not only re
duce all tho swelling and inflammation
and open your clogged nosn and stop
ped up air pnsi!ii;es, but will absolute
ly and positively destroy evory trace
of Catarrh germ life it reaches. Drug
gists aro so sure of the blenseil, lusting
relief that Hyomei brings to catarrh
suffnrere that they sell it Invariably
on the positive guuruntee that money
paid will be refunded If successful -results
are not secured from its use, (lot
a Hyomei outfit from your druggist to
ilny and begin Rt once to drive this
dangerous and disgusting disease from
ymir system forever.
Here's a story
and suit cases.
When we bought the Toggery . there had iust
arrived from the best makers in New York nearly
200 traveling bags. The prices ranged from $8
We have found that slow times has made a
difference in the sale of such goods. Meanwhile
bag leather has advanced in price from 18c per
square foot to 40c.
And in the face of this advance, the order, to
sell every bag before Christmas morning, we have
made unheard of mark-down on everv bag in our
Look into our north show window-its full of
theseand remember there's no better gift for
Christmas than a traveling bag.
The Toggery 167 Commercial Street
Oregons Take Bowling
Match From Elk Team
The Orcfons took two out of Hire
games from tho Klka nt tho Club a'.le.v
latt nir;ht in the city bowling league
series. Anibnl of tho Oregons und Rine
hart of the Klks, tied for high game
nt 2.'W but Anibal heM high average
The ccorcs follow:
12 3 Av.
Anibal 2'.U 153 1!)0 1!12
Sundin 21.ri 15.1 1117 78
Zenger 170 37!) )S1
Whorlcy 1X0 211 Uil 181)
I.aflar 178 2 21(1 1S5
Totals 077 858 044
Total pins, 2779; team average 185.
1 2 .1 Av.
Knv 184 177 188 18.1
Rinehnrt IX'1 202 2.T1 100
Prntt 158 .153 141 151
Skiff 104 203 172 180
Hussey 163 141 107 15
Totals 802 877 002
Tctul pins 2581; team averugo 171.
CALL FOR BIDS. SALE OF BONDS.
The undersigned will receive sealed
bids up to 5 o'clock p. m. Monday, Pc
cemher 20, 1015, for improvement
bonds of tho city of Snlein, Oregon,
the amount of 0,709.07. Interest nt
the rato of tt per cent, per annum pay
able seini-annnnlly at Suletn, Oregon.
Right is reserved by the city to reject
any and all bids.
CHAS. V. F,l,C.I?f,
SEPTEMBER MORW SCREAMS
Oakland, Cal., Dee, 8. Mrs. Anthony
Francis, dressed a la September Morn,
wns at her bath. Two burglars entered
her home. She screamed. They're
where they wont intrude on the pri
vucy of a lady's bath right uwuy
GOODBYE CURLING IRONI
BUTTER METHOD FOUND
Don't burn tho lifo out of your hair
with that instrument of torture, tho
curling iron. There is nothing that will
so surelv dry out and break off the
hair, giving it that ragged, unkempt
You will be glad to leurii that you
eiin keen vnni' huir hiMiiitifnllv wavv
and curly by using a perfectly hiirmlest
liquid known to druggists as "silmcr
inc." you need only apply a littlo
with a clean tooth brush before retir
ing and in tho morning you will bo
most agreeably surprised with tho ef
fect. And this el'fect lusts for a coo
siderublo time, so a small bottle goes a
long way anil is quite economical to
nee. Pure silinerino is really beneficial
to tho hair und there is no greasinesn,
xtickiiicNs or anything unpleasant about
it. Jt is a good idea to divide the hair
1 1 in o siraniis and moisten tnese one at
a nine, drawing i no tirusn uown tn
I Salem Royal Arcanum
Elects Officers for Year
At (heir meeting Monday evening,
the Royal Arciinuin elected the follow
Regent Dana H. Allen.
Past Regent L. S. Oeer.
Vice Regent Chester Cox.
Orator (leorge 3. Watson.
Chaplain O. S. Donnel.
Secretary Tero Hicks.
Treasurer Kd win Huff lull.
Collector W. II. Minier.
Guide Percy Reed.
Warden .lames Marr.
Sentry P. L. Traglio.
The lodge is preparing to furnish
rooms nt the armory where a special
room will be secured for their meetings.
The membership contest now on is add
ing materially to tho presen. strength
of the order.
ill linn ii hi i mi jmn ' hi iinbh m
murder of one Wlllin flordy, which It Is
alleged wus committeiL October '14,
It is stated Hint Kisliop killed flordy
in Whitfield county, Georgia with a
pistol and thea fled" to this itato.
Combination Kettle and
Steamer, something new,
solid aluminum kettle with
2-quart steamer insert. Reg-'
ular $1.00 value, special
Saturday Only $1.99
One quart Stew Pan
Special Saturday Only
These specials will make splendid Xmas Gifts.