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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1913.
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BUY A HIGH GRADE PIANO OR VICTROLA FOR THE FAMILYWHAT ELSE CAN RENDER SO CONTINUOUS
A SERVICE AND BE SO GENUINELY USEFUL FOR TIME TO COME. WE CARRY ALL THE SHERMAN-CLAY
BEST MAKES OF PIANOS. YOU CAN NOW HAVE A PIANO IN YOUR HOME. TERMS WILL BE MADE TO SUIT.
TRADE IN YOUR OLD .INSTRUMENT.
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Don't let this Christmas go by without a Victrola. The Victi ola is truly
the unselfish gift. What else can give you the world's best music and en
tertainment, with all their satisfying pleasure.
Our stock of Victor Records is the Most Complete outside of Portland. You are welcome
to hear them played.. December Records Now on Sale.
REMEMBER : We will allow you the highest price for your old instrument or used fur
niture to apply on new. Trade in your old furniture. .
V .. FOR THE KIDDIES
We have a fine showing of Rockers, Doll Buggies, Wagons, etc., for the Kiddies. Bring
them in. We can" please them all.
Our furniture sale gives the people of Salem the greatest opportunity in her
history to buy excellent, useful and practical gifts at a great saving.
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$42.50 Blue Velour Rocker
$16.50 Solid Mahogany Sewing
$24.00 Electric Floor Lamp
$28.50 All cast Charter Oak
Heater (Stove pipe 35c)
$4.75 Maple Rockers
$17.50 2-in. Iron Beds With
1 1-16-in. Fillers, any color
$30.00 Ivory Dresser
$65.00 Quartered Oak Bed
$65.00 Birdseye Maple Bed
$16.50 Solid Oak Dressing Table
$4.25 Porch Rocker
$29.00 Reed Rocker (Upholstered
$12.50 Art Rockers
$18.50 Cedar Chest i
$1.50 Linoleum, Yard
404-448 Court St. Salem, Ore.
Try . m
404-448 Court St. Salem, Ore.
Musicals Last Night
At Miss Magers Studio
At the studio of Mis Minnetta
Magers, at 521 Court treet was given
the initial (or opening, musicals The
first one given at the new studio. It
was entirely invitational, the invita
tions being given by the pupils. Nine
pupils being presented. Other pupils
will appear on later programs. The
mimical was a decided success and a
number of pupils showed unusual tal
ent All showed careful training. A
number of requests from the audience
for standing invitations to these re
citals have been received. The studio
was fillod to overflowing, many stand
ing in the balcony' and in the recep
tion rooms, and a number outside
The Hisses Viola Ash and Marian
Emmons were the assisting musicians,
and delighted the audience with their
artistic violin work. Miss Ruth Bedford
did all the accompanying and showed
herself a iine musician, of artistic in
terpretation Following' is the pro
gram? PART L
Day Is Done Lang
The Littlo Clouds . -..-...Logan
The Yirgin's Lulaby Buck
Sunshine and Bain .;. ....Blumenthal
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CopyriiM itgtoiti, "
Why Batteries Wear Out
There are two reasons; the natural wear
that goes on slowly, and the rapid wear that s
due to abuse, as when you
Spin-spin-spin-a cold motor
Let the plates starve for want of charge
Forget to add distilled water:
You expect natural wear in batteries as
much as you do in tires but if your tire was
flat you wouldn't keep running on it.
Drive around this way, and we'll tell you
how you've been treating that battery, and
how you can postpone its old age.
Ask for our booklet, "A Mark with a
Meaning for You" it tells what's back of the
Out of the Mist ..-...'..Sanderson
Kings Of the Boad ............
Violin Solo, Sehon Bosmarin....Kreislor
Joy of Spring ;.. Hawlcy
Angus McDonald - ..
At Twilight .'. Friiul
The Elf-Man - Wolls
Dnf fodillg A-Blowing German
I Love and the World Is Mine
Dear Little Boy Ball
Shipmates O'Mme Sanderson
Come Down Laughing Streamlet
"Here's Whore the Smugglors Dwell"
Miss Euth Bedford, Accompanist
Violin Obligato, Marian Emmons
Cost Govercnient Third Of
One Percest To Collect Tax
the American people. Detuils of the in
ternal revenuo burau's war activities,
revealing the small expenditures for
tax collections wore mado public today
inlho bureau's annual report.
The totalcost of administering the in
ternal Tevenuo laws during the fiscal
year 1918 was $12,003,214.
Income and excess profits taxes con
stituted 76.41 pcr cent of the gross rev
onuo for 1918, the Teport shows.
Y. W. C, A, Notes
Bias m W ft Hi
Mrs. James E'rin will be the speak
er at the T. W. C. A. Vesper service
tomorrow aftornoon at 4:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Elvin's subject, "Women of
Prance," will bo of interest to many
Miss Marie Churchill will sing. A so:
cial hour will follow tho service, the
girls of the Baptist church acting
hostesses. All girls in the city are cor
dially invited. Come - and greet old
friends and make new ones.
The Y. W. C. A. monthly board meet
Washington, Dec. 7. It cost Hie gov
ernment on third of one per cent of all
the money collected to gather in tho line at eleven o 'clock. All board mom-
greatest tax assessment cvor levied on bers are urgod to bo present including
the newly elected lnciunors, Mrs. . a
, STATE OF OREGON
Proposals for Supplies
Elliott, Mrs Oeorgo G. Brown, Mim
Nina McNary, Mrs. P J. lirabcr, Mrs.
The Oregon State Board of Control ' Kollin K. Page, Mrs W. W. Kosebraugh
will reocivs sealed bids on December j Mrs. A. P. Marcus,' Mm. W. I. JStaloy
11, 1918, at t p. in., for furnishing sup-'and Mrs. Frank Kpears. Plans will be
plies to the various state institutions, mado fof the annual meeting which
consisting of dry goods, clolhing, f urn- will bo held Tuesday evening, Decern
iahings, groceries, shoes, hardware, bcr 17th, at 8 o'clock, to which the
brooms, dru(i, stationery, crockery, general membership is invited to be
plumbing, etc., for the somi-auuual present.
period ending June 80th, 19.19. Bpocifi- Miss Helen Pcarco liaa been chosen
cations and schedules will bo furnishod head of the Employment Dejiartmont
upon application to the secretary, at of the Portland Y. W. O. A., aad will
Salem, Oregon, also from the Indus- tako up her worn on Monday. Miss
tries and Manufacturers Bureau, Cham- Pearco has been attending tho Y. W
ber . of Commerce, Portland, Oregon. ! C A. training center in Portland, and
Each bid to be accompanied by a cer- j by reason of her efficient work and
tified check representing V) per cent ; capability, has been chosen for the im
of the' whole amount of bid, payable portant position in the Portland Asso
to the Oregon State Board of Control, ciation.
which shall bo held as a guaranty of j Mrs. nenry Oleman, of Summit, has
the faithful psrformance ff the eon- been tho gueat of her daughter, Miss
tract. The board reserves the right to ; Etta Oleman at the X. W. C. A. dur-
WILL MEET MONDAY
Urgent Call Made To AD Red
Cross Members In City To
Prepare For Campaign.
Every chairman and every member
of tho 38 ai'xiliarios of Willamette chap
'.et, Bed Cross, aro urged to attend a
meeting to be held Monday afternoon
at 2 o'clock in the auditorium of the
Commercial club to recoive final in
structions and supplies for the mem
bership campaign of next week.
Tho city will be divided into dis
tricts about tho same as for tho Bnlva
tion army drivo last summer and Jn
almost all of the districts the snma
workers will bo called upon to assit in
the Red Cross membership campaign. '
At tho meeting recently held in tho
Commercial club by members of nil Hed
CroRs auxiliaries, thoso from tho rural
districts were woll represented, but
members of 'the 39 Salem auxiliaries
foiled to appoar 'to any extent.
Tho nioeting Monday afternoon is es
pecially for the city chairmen and nicm-
jbers and Mrs. .Rihn Cnrson and Mrs,
E. E. Fisher, in charge of tho city
campaign, most cnrnostly urge members
of tho 36 city auxiliaries to be pres
ent, ol this will be the only meeting
that will bo held before tho member
ship campaign begins Tuesday morn
Soliciting for memberships at (1 each
will probably be tho only work requir
ed of momborg for an entiro year, as it
las boon positively finnonnced that the
Bed nross will not hereafter put on any
campaign for funds. With only the
membership campaign in sight, thoso in
charge trust that auxiliary members
will attend tho mooting Monday aft
ernonn, receive instructions and sup
plies n nl givo their time in order that
the work may bo over by the close of
100 moro sweaters and Tit pitwg i)f
socks have been sent to headquarter
in f'-ule mrcady for shipment to nor'.'i
westcrn headquarters. This contribu
tion was from the knitting department
that a few days ago was put en tho
For the past five flays the supply' de
partment has been putting in tinig)
working on garments. Thoso in attend
ance woro Mis. Wm. H. Dancy, Mrg.
Georgo II. Burnett, Mrs. Georga Crol
sun, Mrs. James Coleman, Mrs. Jons
Cuugnell, Mrs. Goorge Waters, Mrs. O.
A. Hoppos, Mrs. Joha Farrar, Mrs. A,
S. Hussey, Mrs. B. D. Gilbort and Mis
Florence MeKinuey. . '
For many of the auxiliaries that hav
been waiting, fur materials to arrive,
tho announcement that the pajamas are
here will be welcome news. They coma
of oourso from the Seattle headquartors
where tho cutting out hss boen done.
The shipment includes 750 pairs, un1
the delay was due to the fact that the
luppenuri to bo in a firo at Port
Headquarter in the U. fi. National
bark building will not hanrllo any ol
the work connected with tho member
ship campaign next week. AH this
work will be centered in tho office of
W. M. Hinith, county superintendent,
with offices on the first floor of the
court house. Mrs. E. E. Fisher Burl
Mrg. John Carnori will have charge tt.
tho city campaign and a meeting of Sa
lem members of auxiliaries has been
tailed for 2 o'clock Monday afternoon
tho Commercial club.
reject any r all bids or to accept any
part f a bid.
B. B. GOODIN,
Secretary, Oregea 8tte Boa:d of
Coatrol. Nov 29, 30, Dee 4, 7
Bejffe & Burrell
413 Court St. - , , ;. v , . Phone 203
ing the week.
hmm Of Music
ADMXNX9T&ATOB ' S ITEST NOTICE
To all whom it may concern: Notice
is hereby given that by an order of
the county court of Mar; oX. county,
Oregon, the undersigned h this day
been appointed administrator of the', 0. .xh(. Holy City
ceased, and has duly qualified at such,!
and aU perwns hav.ng claimi . against,1 o ; , j ,;M TwiIi lt Tti
said estate are hereby notified to pre-1 r m a v
dersigned at 125 North Ccmmi-rcial
street, Salem, Oregon, or to Cnrey K.
Martin, attorney for said estate, 4)3
First Methodist Episcopal church.
John K. Btitos, director of music. T.
S. Roberts, organist. Ploronce Shirley
Anthem: "God is a Spirit" .Bennett
Mr. John W. Todd
Anthem: "Lift up Your Hands".
Choir and Orchestra
Masonie Temple building, 8alem. Ore--Offertory: Andante Boligio,
gon. ail such e'aims to be presented
within six months from 'he date of
Dated Nov. 6. 1918.
CHARLES T. PO.NtEROT,
Solo: "By the Waters 0f Babylon"...
.. Ole Speaks
Mis Lucile Barton
Administrator of the ests'e of Mar-' Festival March
guerite E. C. Pomeroy, deceased.
Carey V. Martin, attorney for the e- An orchestra will assist every Sun-
tate. ' " " - v.- j--18-14 jav at tlie evening service.
o add enioymeiYt
I . .to breakfost
A cereal blend of wheat
& barley ready-cooked
A dish "that tastes like
luxury but costs only a
trifle a serving.
Needs No Sugar