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Saturday, Jan. 4,1913.
Why the Saturday Times
Is a Good Real
FIRST —Because on Saturday night the husband and wife, in talk
ing and planning for a home and wise investment combined,
have plenty of time to discuss the question, as they do not have
to get up early Sunday morning.
SECOND —Because on Saturday evening many men In Tacoma re
ceive their weekly salaries, and money suggests money, and
they naturally think of an investment.
THlßD—Because on Saturday night the husband and wife talk over
the real rotate opportunities they have seen advertised in the
Times that day.
FOURTH—-Because they then decide to go and look over the
ground and investigate these real estate opportunities offered,
early Sunday morning.
FlFTH—Because they do that immediately after breakfast without
waiting to read any Sunday morning paper or do anything else
but carry out their plans formed the night before.
31XTH—Because the real estate advertisers in the Times are
the earliest kind of early birds. They put out their advertise
ments the night before; early morning ib too late for them;
they attract attention Saturday afternoon, through the Times,
knowing as they do, that it has the most loyal subscribers of
any paper in Tacoma, who make their own investments with
4KVKNTH —By doing this they Interest their public one day ahead.
They have their possible customers thoroughly interested be
fore they go to bed Saturday night. They show them the land
early Sunday morning, and on Monday, it th« proposition is
fair to both sides, the business is done. .
REAL ESTATE BEAL ESTATE^
We will have the greatest prosperity that we Jiavw
YOU SAY HOW DO I KNOW*
I know because everything points directly toward H.
Every factory and mill in the United States, east and
weat, north and south, is running full swing. Every £a©»
tory and mill is crying for more
to manufacture and ship their gooda
Mr. Man, Do You Realize This?
DO YOU KNOW
That real estate will move and rise in value?
Have you grasped the opportunity that now lies b»
lore you? If you have not,
DO IT NOW
Before it Is too late. Do not say when the time comes I
could have bought this and that for almost nothing
DON'T BE A CLAM
And take the opportunity that now lies before you.
Look These Snaps Over
Now==Do Not Delay
t 3 mew 5-room houses at East 38th and L, all new and
modern, each on 1 1-2 lots. Price $IGOO.
A new 7-room house at 35th and Portland avenue,
an 2 lots, just completed; worth $3000. My price, $2250.
A new 5-room bungalow on East 37th; 1 1-2 lots; a
little beauty, $1500.
A 5-room modern bungalow, East Side, $1400.
A 4-room house, East Side, $120 0.
A 3-room house, 1 1-2 lots, $500.
A 5-room house on 5 lots. East End, all In fruit and
garden; spring piped to house. This place sold two yeara
ago for $2800. My price today, $1700, or wil) sell house
and 3 lots, $1400.
If you can't find one that suits you among these I
hare a dozen others that I can show you, and your terms
are my terms. Call me up today. "Do It now."
Ed. Donah me,
PHONE MAIN 2028
For sale, 3 sections timber and
land. This is hilly and table land
with good soil, clay and sandy
loam with streams and springs on
each quarter section. This could be
• cut up Into farms to suit. It has
the virgin timber on and none cut
off Jior logged off. Price $20 and
$2S an acre. See owner Pearsalls
estate, 804 So. I Bt., Tacoma, Wn.
ONE MILE FROM GOOD TOWN
* New 4-room house, small clear-
Ins;, plenty of timber for wood, all
good level land, extra rich soil.
Located less than one mile from
good llva town. 30 miles from Ta
coma. Price $1200, easy terms.
J. M. CURTIS & CO.
314 Bankers Trust Bldg.
II lot! OB No. 7th, 1 block from
6th ay. boulevard, all cleared of
stump* and been planted to pota
toes. Party needs money and will
sacrifice at $1000, terms.
tTacoma R. E. Agency
r*> ! 304 Bernice Bldg.
In Oregon, all fenced and cross
fenced, good house barn, granary;
100 acres In grain. Will exchange
for Tacoma property.
H. W. MYERS
428 Perkins Bldgr.
MAKE me an offer on lots 20 and
21, block 2. Buddlnlck's addition.
Vv »U accept any reasonable offer
or will trade. Address T-101, cr
Two lots, southeast corner 36th
and Cheyenne St., on Point car line,
cheap. What will you give 'or
them. Qood for business corner.
Phone Proctor 1149.
1 acre Improved, fine for chicken
ranch; 6-room house. chicken
houses, barn, all kinds of fruit trees
and berries; 2 minutes from car.
For price and terms call at 6821
2 acres Improved, I 100 ft. H. R.
frontage, free water; tsirable home
or factory site. 116 I will handle
It. Address E. Blac wood, Puyal
Cheap—2 corner 16» and 7-room
house; gradl-j done; must sell at
once. Call 3 it Bast a.
10 acres of choice land, partly
improved, I7HO, half cash. W. M.
Murray, Graham, Wn.
For sale, all kinds of land, clos?
in, 10 per cent down, long: time on
balance; also best offer wanted on
about $4000 stock of merchandise
or will trade for mortpngfi or real
estate, no commission to pay. J.
P. Berp, Box »09, Tacoma, Wn.
CALIFORNIA LAND EXCURSION
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15
Traits 10 acres and up; irrigated;
free water; gravity flow and lots
of it; land plowed ready to plant;
grows all fruits, garden and field
crops; free fare to buyers. Liberal
Ask for folders and information.
S. \± LKSTKR
111 10th St., Tacoma. Main 4044
Brtnff thU adv. (A)
Young man wanted
who'd like to deposit $20
monthly to acquire prop
erty. Hear in mind that
$23 saved each month
will pay for a $2000 home
In ten years; why not
start in — begin 1913 by
saving regular sums. And
don't forget: You may
live In the house all the
whole ten years for noth
ing;. Look at 5703 So.
Yaklm.i ay.; 8 rooms, nico
bath, loads of fruit.
Lennox Investment Company
204 Equitable r.id«.
Ho Yon Wnnt to Mafcr fJoodt
This will do it. 5-room house, 2
Int3, near ROOd car line, worth $1,
--600, for $1200. A little cash, bal.
monthly. Loans. Insurance.
JiulKcn Jt Hill, al4 Hnnkfn» TruM.
On account ot letter condition of
the real estate market and espe
cially tlie demand for residence
lots along Gth ay., I have opened
nn office at 20S Bunkers Trust
building where I will be glad to
meet my old customers and new
ones also. I am here to sell lots
in my addition at No. Bth nnd Proc
tor for less money and better
terms than any other In that
neighborhood. If you have any
thing to sell or trade, come and
R. W. POWERS
For sale or trade. 40 acres of im
proved lnnd at Hlllhurst. Call
For stile, 6-room house, 2 lots 50x
120. paved street, near car. Price
$1000. $LOO down, balance easy pay
ments. Main 7611.
5 room modern house. I}£ lota,
SO ft. from No. X car, reduced to
$2150. Will accept a couple of va
cant lots as first payment, terms
on balance. Proctor 1482.
5-room, new, modern eottasre,
close In, one block from McKlnley
car; all improvements in and paid;
gas range goes with house. Small
payment down and $10 per month.
Price $1650. Brlnß this ad.
T. D. Gregory, office Morton and
For sale or trade, 10 acres on
old Puyallup car line, 4 acres clear
and partly cleared, 3-ioom house,
barn and 3 chicken houses, small
hearing orchard, good Jersey cow,
40 chickens. Will trade for 6 or 7
room house and 2 lots In city. For
particulars phone Madison 377.
Our traders' New Year's smoker
was a success. Come In with your
trades, our list is a live one. We'll
give a "Ground Hog Smoker" Sat.,
Feb. Ist; let's smoke him out —
bring; your matches.
Match this: Brick yard, estab
lished trade; want farm or city
property. Price, sale or trade, $<!,
Match this: Two S-r. houses and
$1500 interest in established bus
iness for Improved farm; trade all
or part. Price for all 19000. Would
trade Interest in business for stock
and machinery and rent farm.
Bast buy In 6-acre tract. Improv
ed, in Puyallup. Ask about It.
2 acres, good buildings, all In
bearing fruit; a money maker.
2V4 acres, all In fruit, a fine lo
cation, no buildings; get this and
build to suit yourself.
Let us quote you prices on Puy
allup i>i ujii'i'tW'K, sale or trades.
$450 equity In 6-room house, for
$150 equity In house and 2 lots,
valued at $f,»o. a« first payment for
2 lots or small house and lots on
McKlnley Park line.
Remember, we trade and don't
you forget it.
BEE BIT UK FOR VALLEY LAND
204 Bankers Trust Bldg.
TO TRADE OR SELL
S acres, all Improved; Sc fare;
for sale on eaay terms; 40 acres,
close to railroad, to trade tor city
property; 60 acres, all Improved In
Cowlltz, to trade for Income prop
erty; 270-acre dairy ranch, on rail
road, stock and tools, for Income
property; 160, all In wheat, for a
rooming h«use, stocks of merchan
dise to trade for property. For In
surance, rentals, loans and trades,
A. HAVARD & CO.
201 Bankers Trust Bids;.
VOOP THE CUB
(By Catted Press I.cms. .1 Wire.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 4. —
As a result of jealousy and de
spondency on the part of M. J.
Howlcy, son of a wealthy hard
ware dealer of Scranton, Pa.,
Mrs. Rita Dierovey, an amateur
actress, and wife of Francisco
Dierovey of Seattle, Is dead here
today, from a bullet through her
head fired by Ilowley, who then
committed suicide with the same
The crime was reported by
Conrad Kruger, an instructor In
the political science department
of the University of California.
Kruger had called at Mrs. Diero
vey's home to rehearse a German
comedy. He was admitted by
Howley, who was an ardent ad
mirer of Mrs. Dierovey. Ushering
Kruger into the parlor, Howley
went to the rear of the house, a.
moment later a shot rang out.
Kruger rushed to the parlor door,
when a second shot was heard.
In the dining room he found the
dead bodies pf Mrs. Dierovey and
Real Estate Transfers
SIS-Dig Bend Land ,Co to C R
Veley w2 L 1 to 3 1) 8731 TLC
6 ad 1
817 C ■ Veley to E C Crosby- .:
same prop 10
819 Mary & win Hinnlck to
Win.- 1). - Olennon 7.YS a In L
13 20-20-4 10
825 C X Zuncs to Mike Koltscli
10 a in se cor sw sw 36-IS-6 250
826 Jus M Glaser & wf to Pliabe
A Wlllett L 4 to 7 B 9 Woods
1 ad Puy GSO
82Sqc M C! .Denton & wf to
Lonelia A Russell 1. 5-6 B 5
Elsmere ad L 1-7-8 U . L 1
to 4 II 6 I. 5-6 1) 7 Cowans ad - 1
830 Tac Smelting Co to N P»
Ky Co 100 ft over 112 Be M
27-18-6: I'd party grants to
Ist party r of \v over 34-18-5 1
834 W T Gaffner & wf to Delia
5 Oaffner L 6 to 8, l!) to 21
B 28 Coulters ad 1
835qc W F Shanks & wf to Ella
M Cash n2 w2 ne so sw 111-22-;; 1
836 Northern Coast Co to Win
A Abel L 6 to 9 B SO3S TLC
6 ad 1400
837 Myron J Dewey & wf to
Mai-Rarct .Spa lin L 3 Millers a
839 State to I>u Pont de Ne
mours Powder Co 45.48 ltn
chna bet mean & extreme low
tide front L 4 & L F Thomp
son dc in 22-19-le 48
840 Lawler-Miller Co to Millie
Owen L IS II 3 Lawler-Miller
Cos Mar ay ad 10
848 Factory Land Co to Wm M
Kretzer & Ilobt Brand L. 15
B 1 Tdlnd Vac ad 400
851 Clara J Price to Peter J ■
Saxe 50x120 ft in blk 21 Ski
Land 2 ad 650
853 Longmlre sherf to CJeo M
■avan l 7.8 B 1116 t 2271
854qc Frederick W Ward to Jno
Watson L 8 B 8022 TLC 1 ad 10
Sssqc Jno Watson to Geo Wat
son L 20-21 B II Defl Pk ad 10
856qc Same to Win Watson L
18-19 same blk 10
859 Frank Gutowskl & wf to
Antoni Ilimclowiec L 10-11 B
7842 Ind ad 1550
S6lqe John Marchettl to Jno
Giuslani tract in blk 10 Wil
862 Edw Donahue & wf to
Builders MfK & Supply Co L
21-22 B 8358 Ind ad 10
863 J J Bruce & wf to Jos J
Price L 11-12 B 3 Defi Pk ad 1575
jIEDAL-WINNING BOY SCOUTS
The two highest point winners of the American Boy Scout
leaders for 1012 were Norman T. Newton, first, and Atwood H.
Toxvuseml, second. The picture shows TovAtsmd (on left) being dec
orated with a silver medal by Dan Beard, and Newton (on right)
receiving a gold medal from Km eat Thompson Serf""
TO START NATIONAL
CAMPAIGN FUND TO
SET FREE UNION MEN
CHICAGO, Jan. 4.—A national
campaign to raise bonds of $1,
--070,004) for the release on bail of
the 32 union men was started
Attorney /oline announced that
a Ijm ■;•■ part of the itiiKnini re
quired already had been pledged.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Jan. t.
—Officials of the International
Association of Bridge and Struc
tural Iron Workers estimated to
day that it would require two
weeks to raise the bonds neces
sary for the release of the union
LMAVKNWORTH, Kans., Jan.
4.—The union men were jubilant
<$> , HANDLED OYXAMITK LIKE FOOTBALL <»
<$ ,. <£
<Jj.3Ti Three times within the last day or two the police have <$>
<§! been called to Dock and 21st street to catch men in a launch <S>
■& who were reported to be unloading dynamite and handling It <$>
<?• like a football, much to the annoyance of clerks for the Pacific <$>
■$1 Coast Coal company with offices nearby. <5>
♦I Si,; Yesterday the policemen caught the men, and they were ♦
♦I given a fine lecture and told to go and sin no more. <S>
<»>; ■ •■ ■: <§>
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A SLEDBARROW FOR
Wheelbarrows do not do very
well in the winter with snow on
the ground, because the work of
wheeling them is increased about
a hundred per cent. It was this
fact, coupled with the necessity
of using a wheelbarrow whether
there was snow or not, that sug
gested the equipment of the bar
row wheel with a ruiuier so that
it became a sledbarrow rather
than a wheelbarrow.
The board ÜBed for the runner
should be made good and long,
and should be curved on tlio un
der sides. It is not a bad idioa to
bind the edge of the runner board
with strap iron. This makes it
wear better and glide over the
snow more easily.
Wllnnn. Mm. I.enn V—34 years old.
yaiterday at a hospital, Funeral
■•rvicea Monday at 1:30 p. m.
from IlnsUa-B'.u'kley-Kinpr's. In
terment, Tacoma cemetery.
i 'llll«TH I*.
Bonn, JnxiM-r—Today at 2 p. in. from
Ilnsk.i-1 Sui-kley-Klng'H. Inter
Coprluml. < liiirlrn W.—Monday at
10 a. m. from Ho»ka-BucUU'y-
KiiiK's. Interment, Tacoma cem
I'o»(<t. Kdnanl—Monday at 2 p. m
from Olivert Baptist ohurcli. In
tprment, Tnoonia cenieterj".
Paililock, Mth. Julia Ann—Monday
at 2 p. m. from G. W. Piper's. In
terment, Tac'oma cemetery.
AIN'T THE BOSS THE
LIMIT FOB IDEAS
today over the action of the Unit
ed Slates court of appeals in Chi
cago admitting them to bail,
pending the outcome of their mo
tion for a new trial. Today's
mall, however, did not bring an
order of release for any of the
When news of the court's a(j
tion reached the prison, guards
say, one of the prisoners turned
to H. S. Hockin and said:
"There is no reason for you to
be glad over this thing, for It
won't do you any good. You will
not get out."
The Bertillion records of tne
men are completed and all have
now been assigned to regular du
NEW YORK, Jan. 4. — The
Hamburg liner Amerika, outward,
went ashore today in the upper
part of the bay off Tompkinsvllle.
Tugs have gone to the rescue.
The Amerika is aground In
soft sand and is in no immediate
danger. It is expected she will
be floated soon.
The Amerika left Hoboken at 8
a. m. today, proceeding slowly
owing to the high wind. When
the vessel struck her captain
wired the company officials here
that no damage was sustained.
After a week of rechecking
election ballots, to the end that
one contesting candidate came
out exactly aa the Ifi.rst count
showed and the other 11 votes
behind the initial count, Judge
Card has dismissed the recount
and his court is today resuming
its regular order of business.
Although a number of slight
errors were found by the check
ers, George M. Thompson, defeat
ed candidate for justice of tne
peace, found the first count was
correct to a vote.
While repairing the telephone
line between Tacoma and La
Grande, William Ranke, watch
man at the Nlsqually power plant,
touched a wire which had been
blown across the high tension
wires from the power plant, and
as an electric current of 60,000
volts passed through him his body
was burned to a crisp.
He was cut down by fellow
workmen after the current from
the power plant had been turned
off. A delegation of city em
ployes Informed Mrs. Ranke of
her husband's death. She lives
at LaOrande. The dead man was
uot an experienced lineman.
HE GOT IT, TOO
! * (United Press Leased Wire.) *
♦ PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 4. ■»
<*> —H. D. Colyer, Roaeburg ♦
<•> resident, wrote a fictitious <$>
<•> check in return for a drug *
<$> package explaining to > the ♦
<$> clerk that . the paper was ■«>
<?> spurious because ha wanted <>
•$> to be arrested to give his ♦
<* wife a reason for securing a #
•s divorce. He was. ♦
♦*♦ ♦♦ ♦.♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
<S> Kaiser a Mighty Hunter. <?•
<$> (United Press Leased Wire.) 4
<§> BERLIN, Jan. 4.—Just to <$>
$> prove that Emperor William ♦
■$> is fully entitled to his repu- <*■
<S> tation as a mighty hunter, ■?>
<& Der Woidmann, a sporting ♦
<$> journal, publishes statistics ♦
<S> showing that the total liura- <?■
♦ her of animalg slain by the ♦
<$> kaiser during his sporting ♦
'$> career now amounts to 67,- <?■
<?> 228. These include 24 va- •
■J> rieties of game. In the list ♦
<$> are 38,585 pheasants; 17,- <«>
<$> 950 hares; 3,442 wild boar; <?>
«- 2,008 stags; 807 partridges; ♦
♦ three turkeys and one whale. <<•
<$> V' 'i> <£■ <$- <$ <i- *ir ■& <$ <!■ <$> <$> <& <?> 'S
(By I'nlUfd Press lion.sed Wii-c.)
AUSTIN, Texas, .Jan. 4. —Gov-
ernor Colquitt today announced
the appointment of R. M. John
son, editor of the Houston Post,
to succeed United States Senator
Joseph W. Bailoy of Texas, who
resigned yesterday. Johnson is
the leader of the anti-prohibition
democrats of Texas.
PIANOS ARE NOW GROUPED
A Sweeping Clearance Began at Eilers Music Store
Yesterday Morning—Scores of Fine Pianos Of
fered in Groups Priced at $35, $89, $135 and $268
—Many Player and Grand Pianos at Half Price
or Near It.
The greatest year In our history
has just ended. And now we pro
pose to start the new year with
one great and final cleanup. Hun
dreds of our finest Chickerlngs and
Kimliall.l and Auto-Plunos, the
Haddorff Virtuoso pianos and other
fine makes were sold to people,
particularly of late, who already
possessed pianos of nior'j or less
desirable character. We sell our
now pianos at very low prices. The
people who buy pianos know this,
and many a buyer" of one of our
finest and most valuable pianos
consented to let us accept his oi
her used Instrument at a very
low valuation In part payment.
These, taken in exchange pianos
are all in first class, playable or
der. In fact, most of them com
ing from our finest homes are
hardly to bo told from the latent
and newest styles. To sell them all
before January 15 means a sacri
fice, and, while such open cut in
prices as we now make may dis
arrange the Immediate future mu
sic trade here, we feel obliged to
make this sacrifice.
livery year scores of shrewd buy
ers wait for the January sale,
knowing full well that money will
go about twice as far, nor have
they waited In vain, for the clear
ance sale launched today at Ellcrs
Is one of the most unique events
ever seen In the Northwst. The
llanos have been arranged In
groups—"A," "li," "C" and bo on,
and the prices begin at $35, $89,
$135 and ho on.
I .'-> I'll) »i<-nt«, of Course.
One would naturally expect that
the prices would be for spot cash,
hut with the exception of group
"A," every piano In the sale may
be hod on terms, some as low as
$5 down and $5 a month.
Group A—Choice 9,111.
In order to simplify matters anil
facilitate the speedy clearance of
these Instruments, we have divided
the entire gathering; into distinct
groups and each one is plainly
marked with a yellow ticket so
' that even a child can pick a piano
as easily as the most experienced
buyer. Group A includes the old
est pianos. These will all be sold
at the one price of $35 apiece,
I among them is a Hazel ton In good
playable condition, not so good to
look at, but still good enough for
practicing purposes. Another one
a little older, which can be used a
good many years for practice work
is also $35. A Valley Gem is also
Included. There are several oth
ers, all marked at the one price,
$35. Also several Cabinet Players,
a genuine Pianola Cecllian —all
with music roll, and all at $35.
Those, of course, are to be sold for
cash, as we do not believe It will
be necessary to put these on our
books on time payments. We will,
however, deliver them to any part
of the city and Include a stool free
Group Choice $89.
This group includes several fair
ly good pianos, among them a Mil
ton and a New England and several
other makes not quite so well
known, perhaps, but none the less
worthy. Several Pianolas, all with
a goodly supply of music rolls, for
$89. These may be bought for $«9
each; and If desired, we will sell
them on terms of vj down and $4 a
month. We will Include a stool at
this price and also deliver the
piano to any part of the city free.
Group CChoice «i:i.V
This group Includes some really
fine pianos. For Instance, there la
a Johnston. The former owner
paid $375 for It. Then there Is a
Krehllng In a beautiful mahogany
case, a Cornish In quarter sawed
oak. These, It must be understood,
are In fine playable condition
tuned and iln first - class order.
While the values run up to $.100
and $400. they will all be closed
out at $135. We shall also Include
a stool and give free delivery ■ to
any part of the city, .You can un
Turn to the Want Ads
Huglnninß Monday, the work of
decorating Glide rink will start for
the big Pure Food bliow January
This two weeks' food display
promises to be the biggest thins
of the kind ever attempted in th«
Northwest. In addition to the
showing of all kinds of foods and
handing out tons of samples to the
Taconia housewives, there will be
an auto show with over 30 ma
chines in evidence, exemplifying
the latest things in motor cars.
There will be a dally baby show
with fine silver cups for prizes.
Francis Rickter, the famous
blind pianist, will give daily con
certs and a varied program will be
presented every afternoon and
evening. An orchestra will alwaya
be present to entertain the
•derstand what a serious sale thla
is, when we offer clioico of this en
tire group on terms u( $10 cash and-.
little payments of $5 a month.
Urouf li—Choice BUM*.
This last and finest group in
cludes a large variety of America it
leading makes, encased in the
choicest mahogany, oak and wal
nut. Tim collection Includes a
iiouart -M. Cable. There are three
Kirn balls, which have been lately
exchuriged fur player pianos, two
UiUn, both in flue mahogany, a,
.Smith & names, a fin* I.u.iwlk, a
J. die C. Fischer, which is in Una
Kii>;mm|! oak case, and many others.
All of these are to bo sold at th«t
out! price of $2tig. and the term*
will be f:> cash and $10 pur
Group i:—riioi-r Pianos, mt)l.~>.
This group incluUeu player pianos
that have been taken In exchange
for tin; later and more Improved
Auto-Pianos. In this lot is a. Plan
istii, walnut case; also a Krell
Player, walnut, and several others.
These are all in first class order,
will give no end of music for many
years, and all will be sold at I '■•< <.
which averages less than half Urn
regular selling price. Twenty rolls
of music free with each Player
Piano. Terms on these players
will be $33 cash and the balance
in easy monthly payments.
Group —— choice *::«!:..
This group Includes a number of
Baby Grand Pianos and the price
on these will be $365, spot cash.
There is no discount, but those
who desire to purchase on time will
pay simple interest on the unpaid,
balance at the rate of 8 per cent
per annum. The interest will be,
charged, however, only on the
amount unpaid. There are no
benches Included with these Urands.
but we will sell benches to match
at our wholesale prices. The group
of Grands includes a genuine Kro
ger, which is still In fine condi
tion, a fine Lester Grand, also in
choice mahogany, and several oth
ers, all of which will be sold at
the uniform price of $365 and on
the terms and conditions as stipu
li.-ni.-r. I'lrnse Notice.
Dealers who wish to avail them
> selves of these extraordinary prices
will be referred to our wholesale
manager, but all wholsale busi
ness must be closed before 10
o'clock in the morning. It is our
desire to give retail buyers the
preference during thin sale, and we
are particularly desirous that It
shall be helpful to scholars, stu
dents and music teachers every
In addition to guaranteeing ev
ery piano to be exactly as repre
sented or money refunded (without
whimpering), we will also give
with these Kale pianos our famous
exchange agreement, which pro
vides that any one of these bale
pianos may be later exchanged' for
any more expensive piano In our
store at any time within one year,
and the price paid for any one of
these sale i pianos will .be allowed
on the new piano that may be se
lected later. In this way the buy
er may have the use .of any of
the sale pianos for a year entirely
free. • . ■ . .
Kale ('oullnnra Tomorrow.
Telegrams ■ may be addressed
Cllers Music House and be followed
by cash deposit as specified In the
above notice. Such pianos will
then be shipped . for ■■- examination
and the deposit will be refunded If
the piano Is not exactly as the buy
er expected. We expect, however,
that this announcement will obe'
more than sufficient ■to close out
all of : these ■ used pianos! in - short
order, and It will be unnecessary to
urge quick action on I the part ■■• of '
anybody who has the remotest idea
of purchasing a piano. Kllern Mu
sic House Temple of Music, 943-
South C Street. . •