TH PITTSBURGH GAZETTE TIMES, FRIDAY. D I". C E ? n V. R 10, 3 1010. BUY NOW Let Your bill ' This Xraas Be a Musical Instrument Brisima3 is the great musics I Boston. A mufeical Saitrument is the most ap propriate ent. 'Wave your selection from this list. Special prices. New PI an WYCKOFF PLANT WILL SHIP FIRST . PRODUCTS TODAY New Ambridge Steel Company! Opened in July, to Release ' ' Materials. Tli Wurlitzer Plan is to offer an entire outfit for practically the cost of the instrument alone. This Wurlltier Musical Vio- j lin Outfit can be had for ! only $10.00 cash. tfCA i J4.00 a month. .... OuU j The entire outfit contai..j j A H.ndsom. 'Violin, a olc of i -MAdieys. a Beautiful Cuae. a PractlcaV Bow, an Instruction Bok, Finjrerlnf Chart, Box tit Reain. Tunlnr Pipe, Extra Strings. EASY TERMS ORDER NOW The Saxophone Outfit complete contains : A Beautiful Saxophone. Complete Inetrv'or. a Handsome Case. Case of Three Reeds, a Munlo Holder, FineeHns :hart. Hook of Songs. ScrewNDriver. aay to pla?, easy to own. Com- plete outfit, terms - Qor as low as 0 niliul shipmenta of products from the Pittsburgh district's newest iij-dustry will be mnde today -when the g 'Wyckoff Drawn Steel Company will st'im several canoaus 01 inaicnui irom its plant at Ambridge. Operations began Tuesday antl are proceeding with daily increasing production. The plant has a capacity of 6.000 tons a month, drawing Bessemer, open lic&rth and alloy steels. It gives cm-, yloyment approximately to COO men. j Announcement of the opening, of the new industry was made yesterday by the Chamber of Commerce of Pittsburgh. The company was jor-ganized by Ma j. A. W. "Wyckoff on his return from France about a year ; ago, after serving' . in the chemical warfare service with the American KxpeditionaryForees. The officers of the company are: President, Maj. Wyckoff: .vice-president, G. K. Nutty, vice-president of the Gulf Itefining Company; secretary tuid treasurer, D. G. Dodds. formerly of the Peoples National Bank: directors, A. Li. Humphrey, president of the Westinghouse Airbrake Company; William McCon-way. Jr.. vice-president of the Mc-Conway-Torley Company; Raymond B. Keating, vice-president of the West Penn Pailways and Power Company. The company broke ground in July j on a plot of 12 acres in Ambridge. i The main building covers two acres, j while boiler houses, shops, yards and trackage space cover- the remainder. A mm onice lias oeen erecieu ai uuts avenue. .Ambridge. The products in cold drawn steN are used largely in-nntnmnhilp Tnarmfartnrr. electrical .'supplies, tools and machinery. The operating officers are J. J. Komara, generate manager of .works, arid Joseph T. Homers, general manager of sales. . Among the employes prt-ference is given to American citizens and. men who were in service during the war. BUREAU TO LIST SECURITY FACTS OPEN TO'PUBLIC j Organization Established By Chamber of Commerce to Collect Data. . Ki Banjo Uke Outfit Combines thr npy pep of the banjo to tJbe raeiodlom rborde of the ukulele. Two musical Instrument tn - one at a lrsa price. Convenient in nine. Vry easy to rarry. Coimpiete out-ffQ IF fit only . . . 9 U KATtOHAL C Ukulele Outfit JBvery one la acquainted with ij . beautiful musical effects. Easy ?Ts learn. Complete outfit Includes beautiful -trkuleie. extra atrlngi and tnatroction EJ rj n Xf book D ' A bureau of investments was established yesterday in the Chamber of Commerce following the regular monthly meeting of the organization. This bureau will collect information pertaining to securities offered for sale in this district and this information will be available not only - for members of the Chamber, of Commerce, but for- all others. ; For the present the wort- of the bureau will be handled by persons connected with the office of A. C. Terry "general secretary. Work begun by the Chamber of Commerce to frame a "blue sky bill'' to be presented to the next sesiifon of the legislature will be continued and many organizations of Pittsburgh, including the notary and Kiwanis clubhand other - such organizations, will bold hearings to make suggestions concerning the proposed measure. Referendum No. 29 of the Chamber of Comeree of the United States, dealing with -the sale of ail governrncnt-owned commerce vessels, was adopted in full at the meeting yesterday. This referendum indorses the sale of alt vessels under 6,000 tons deadweight to the highest bidders, with absorption by the government as a war loss of the difference in cost, of the vessels and tlic present value. The referendum also takes tip -matters relating to routes, rates, insurance and shipbuilding yards. Remedial railroad legislation -was considered and a recommendation of the Committee on Transportation and Railroads van adopted. The recommendation provides for a comprehensive plan of .waterway development, for the establishment of Federal jurisdiction over minimum as well as maximum ratea and regulation of rates and investment. Resolutions upon the deaths of Enoch Rauh and Henry Clay , Frick were adopted. Larimer Avenue Vicinity Asks City forPlaygroufld Council Receives Petition J. H. Henderson Named for Institute Board. y Special Cornet Outfit T& Instrument 1 American m Ada, in th popular long" mod!, with qnicU .'hasy from 13b to -A.. Ton in rich, even register in ither hlpJt ir low pitch. Outfit conft of XratoUovrd vl-vt-nnl cttae, mutt, music, lyre. aiivr-pite2 Tnoathp!r a n t cleaner, trio, in htfrh-3Q AA Ty-poUh bia-nn uJiVV rvm't- WaU Another Iy. Make low Sviactiou No. EASY TERMS BUY NOW The Rudolph Wurlitzer Co. 15. Liberty Are. . Wet. Birt ani Swrenth . , The establishing of a playground in the Iarimer aventie neighborhood was requested in a petition presented to Council yesterday. The purchase of I the property of Mrs. Ellen J. Sullivan on Paulson avenue near Shetland ave-nue is recommended. '.John S. Hebron, president of Council, announced that John II. Henderson had been appointed as a trustee of Carnegie Institute to' (ill the vacancy caused by the death of Enoch Rauh. . An appropriation of $7100 for the Eighteenth Regiment, , Pennsylvania National Guard, was asked by Col. William R. Imnlap. It was said the amount, which had been granted in furtner- years, had been omitted from the 1920 budget. An appropriation of $1,500 was askod by the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania. The appointment of E. P. Russell to the building codo committee to fill the vacancy resulting from 'the resignation or Charles Bickle ' was an-ed In a communication from the 'Pittsburgh Chapter, American Institute of Architects. t 0. A. R. REGENT SPEAKS Dr. Kate Walter Barrett, regent of ih Virsrinla Daughters of the Ameri- I can Revolution, spoke yesterday at a luncheon given by the Atlcgheny county Mothers of. Democracy, Pennsylvania Service Star Legion. Mrs. Dorsey Griffith, Mrs. George Itrnwnrr and Mrs. George Willett were in charge. If In Doubt-Give a Gift Certificate We .Hsu them in any amount, redeemable for merchandise in this store at any futur time, Pnrchas- them at the BPTvice desks or Credit Office. rrTr vmm PITTSBURGH'S GREATESTlW STORE FRIDAY. DECEMBER 19, SIXTH AVE. At Smithfield St. stoki: mn Kt si:io to STORE OPEN TODAY . FROM 8:30 TO 6 SATURDAY TILL 9 P. 31. For ALL Who Want Music for Xmas! FIJRNITURE The Appreciated Gift YVTHAt could be more ideal than soinc ad-" dition to tlic liome ? Everybody can enjoy it not only during the Holiday season, but for many, many Christmases to eonie. Kaufmann & Baer is the liome oC the better grade of furniture pieces where quality is inbuilt that serve for years. I EASY PAYMENTS EASILY ARRANGED. Drop-Leaf ' Table How convenient! Take it here and there, from rooni to room. And it seems, "all legs'' but therein is its beauty. In fine' mahogany, with gracefully, turnedi legs $3 4'50 Others from $19.75 to f219JS Spinet Desk A quaint writing desk that looks "all the world'' like the square piano grandmother .used to play. Has all sorts of convenient cubby-holes for stationery, papers, etc. In L I ltCU . . . ( Others from $39.75 to $125 n - i i;i Hi i I " . . Console Table (With Glass) In Queen Anne's day every hall had a console table, glass above. This table (illustrated) is in mahogany tlic mirror likewise. Complete $5 9 75 N Others from $45 to $109 Davenport Table Its long lines are its charm. Placed behind the davenport it makes mi addition to anyxoom. Often used with a lamp to shed light on the reader seated 'in the " Cf A ( great sofa. In deep brown mahogany PLJ' J m Priced . , Others from. $29.75 to $125 Writing Dest For milady's boudoir. Colonial type, a style of furniture building known for its convenience and' spacious .; arrangement. In fine ma-began v $4y.5o L o 7i tO Others from $15 to $125 Fireside Chair Can't j'ou just see how cozy and inviting it is? It seerrn to spell "welcome." Overstuffed and upholstered in rich tapestry. V i t h loose, reversible cushion 74 .50 Others from $34.75 to $150 K. & Tit. s Co. Seventh Floor. United Profit-Sharing Coupons Given 'With I'Tirniture Purchases. K. & B's. announce , the arrival of a LARGE SHIPMENT otam 0 For Immediate Delivery Upon Payment of DOWN The Balance to Be Paid at the Rate of $5 Monthly No offering coijld be more opportune or more convenient for anyone who wants to have a phonograph in the home for Christmas. N t This Beautiful Model (E-2) in AH Finishes lit hartnonizf tcith almost uy design of furniture finished in red mahogany. Kvrf-li.th brown mahogany, Amcriran tralntit (s-ifin finish), goldrn calc. famed onJc and -iri Kiirjlish oak. This COLUMBIA. Ol'.M'OS'OLA is very lareie for tJte pricr, measuring 427 inches hiah, inches wide, ' 21 inches deep. It has compartments for seventy-five records. I The KAUFMANN &BAER Store Also has ready for Christmas delivery other models of the world's three leading phonographs ; ; VICTROLAS COLUMBIAS VOGALIONS K. & B.'s is headquarters for these standard phonographs. There is no need to worry or waste your time in testing- other untried machines these are the standard' phonographs. They have proven their musical worth. . K. ec B.'s as the leading 'phonograph store of Pittsburgh maintain at all times large stocks of these standard makes. The demands of this holiday season have gone far beyond former hounds. We urge everyone who wants to be sure of having music in their home this Christmas to ORDER ONE OF THESE PHONOGRAPHS WHILE YOU CAN GET IT AT K. & Bs. The K. & B. EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT are for the convenience of all they arc within the reach of all for you can Pay As Low As $5.00 a Month And don't forget that K.'ec B.'s maintain extensive stocks of Victor, Columbia and Vocation Records K. & n. CO. SEVKXTII n.oou. Xo Coupons C!ven With Phonojrr.Tpln or liecords.
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