. r THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1916. THREE TH E MAMMO BANK T7 T? 4 of the Chicago Aroused the intire Willamette Valley to the most active buying campaign in a generation A GIANT MOVEMENT OF MERCHANDISE surpassing all annuals of Salem's history pertaining to a GREAT BANKRUPT SALE. With it's terrific force of bargain giving this sale will sweep the goods off our shelves and counters within the shortest time Imagin able. JOIN THE CROWDS TOMORROW! HastM&lr is; stJlsb:; fell 3b H !I 11 Some Big Specials Lot of Women's Genuine 0. N. T. Tine Pearl But- 5c Women's Fine and Children's Thread, SEVEN tons, while they Handkerchiefs, Rain Coats, values gpoOT a ,op last, only, dozen , to $5.00, now bi-ools ror now only 93c 25c 3c 2c 10c Women's Fine $1.00 Men's B. V. 10c Canvas Gloves 15c Women's Fine Handkerchiefs D. and Porosknit . .. . . , , N now Black Hose, now now only Union Suits 4c 79c 5c 9c STORE OPEN UNTIL 9:30 P. M. SATURDAY This hightiest of Bankrupt Sales presents a direct ap peal to the economical instincts of those who are thrifty people to whom the saving of one-third to one-half, and in many instances to more than half on staple dry goods, silks, dress goods, men's, women's and children's furnishings, millinery, shoes, ready-to-wear goods, etc., is equivalent to just so much money earned. This is a sale without a counterpart a bar gain event that will surpass anything ever attempted in the department store business in the Willamette valley. - JOIN THE CROWDS TOMORROW! Some Big Specials 15c Canvas Gloves 15c Men's Dress Men's Balbriggan Men's Suits, val- now Sox- in black nd Bumraer u,lder- ue. to $15.00, now tan, now wear, per garment 8V3C 7c 19c $5.95 Genuine Paris and Women's White 10c Women's 10c an vas Boston Garters, Lawn and Linen Sleeveless Vests Glove wh lie now Dresses, values to now they last $6.00, now 14c 5c 98c 5c Men's Balbriggan Un- Men's 15c Dress Sox 50c Brassieres, . while 75c Skirts, while they 75c Gowns, in crepe and S1.00 Combinations 65c Chemise, while they (15c fine Corset Covers, 35c Corset Covers, while 75c Corsets, while they derwear in black and tan they last last Nainsook go at last only they last, only last, only 19c 7c 39c 39c 42c 59c 39c 39c 19c 43c Perfume, reg, 50c Porosknit Union Suits CW Cream, reg. 25c Beautifier .Cream, reg Side Combs, reg. 10c Buttonhole Twist, reg- Paris and Boston Oar- B. V. D. Union Suits 25c Cashmere and Lisle Oennine President Sus- $1.25 ular 6c ters Box - ponders 39t 79c 19c 25c 6c 4c 14c 79c 19c 17c D. At C. Crochet Barretter, reg 10c Lot of Women's Fine 8.- goo.l quality Outing 15c Toile de Nord Dress 12'2c A. F. C. Dress 10c A. F. C. Apron 8c finest gra.lc Ameri- 15c Children's Hose, 15o Women's Good Thread Trimmed Hats, Flannel now Gingham now only Ginghams now only Ginghams now nnly can Prints now only Quality block Hose now 14c 8c 88c 5c 11c 9c 6'2c 6c 9c 9c Gale fe Co. Selling Out the Bankrupt Stock of The Chicago Store here' about two hours later, after a mari'h in heavy marching onlor with j blanket roll, haversack anil full raalcrn. I We are now with the entire regiment with the exception of two companies which replaced our battalion on the border. "l'nlm City in about Tour miles from ISnn Ysidro and about 12 miles from 1 M.- n. L UJl an Diego and on the road that lends s Are near oeaco, woereito tu juana. ah automobiles to the Mexican border, so 1 am told, are Mopped ami searched for hiilden am munition. We are camped on a little plateau near the river that went on such a rampage lent winter. From my tent I can see the lights of Sun Dieuo, twink- : ling and throbbing. The following extracts from a letter "It is very much more pleanunt here written by Corporal Perry Heigelman ; than at San Ysidro. We are about a to his parents living at R40 Mill street , quarter of a mile from the nouth arm of gives an inside view of the life of a ; San Diego bay anil three miles from soldier. It is written from 1'slin City, Imperial Beach, a summer renort. It t'al., and dated Julv W. has been quite cool here and cloudy. "Well. I am at Palm City. We left l'enple say they are having the enldest ftan Tsidro Thursday noon and arrived I weather in years but it is a very pleas- Boy Bathing Is Good Weather Delightful ant and decidedly livable place with just ennugn vegetation to keep the eye satisfied. We are in a lemon growing country and can see ripe lemons and blossoms on the same trees. The land is pretty good ami sells for $250 an acre, but it has to be irrigated to make it produce. "I was talking to Mnjur Ahrnms last evening and he said we would probably go into permanent camp at Imperinl Bench, a beautiful spot a quarter of a mile from the beach and juxt smith of the famous Cornnndn Beach. "The Third battalion marched to the Iwnch Friday and took a bath in the l'acific. The bathing was great ami ev eryone enjoyed it. The water was fine, the beach kiuhIv and shallow and the air cool. It will be a treat to be camped here five or six months, as it is ex pected we will be. "Do nut worrv about mv clothes. I have several pairs of soi ks, two suits tit government underwear and a nliirt to be issued and a new pair of shoes. We were issued extra blankets and now have cots so we are pretty well fixed for a lengthy stay. Our battalion has had a medical in spection and Company M was given a 100 per cent clean bill of health. Kv ery care is taken by the officers und non-commissioned officers to guard the health of the men. "In an address by Mujor Gilbert, chaplain of the regiment, he scored those who have been preaching pre paredheps and then when the call cume, did not reHpond. He snid he had been amnzed during the past few weeks to find so few who are rescinding after all the preparedness parades and the disclosures of our national weakness in defense. "The officers keep us busy at drill, at sen! and at details so that we have scarcely time to write. No one can write for the newspapers without the permission of the secretary of war." i The Journal Does Job Printing. Wounded Policeman and Killed Himself Kaiitn Cruz, Oil., July 21 After hav-j inir iiliiit mill striiiiii,1v ununited Pnlii.A. ' man Jtnliert J. Robertson, net his ow n : house afire anil engaged in a revolver battle with police and firemen, l.ouisl Miller, aged SS, a shoe maker, todnyl .'committed suicide before the officers ( ! could capture him. Ho is bejieved to j i have been demented. 1 Without warning Miller emerged from j his cabin today carrying a shot gun and I fired twice at Robertson and his sun,! (Klin were working in their vegetable' 1 garden next dnor. One charge struck I Kiibertson and seriously wounded him. Miller then dnidici! hack into his cab in and seized a rifle after setting fire to the house. He stood in the doorway an.l opened fire on the firemen and i policemen as they approached but w ith lout effect. The police returned tho fire and advanced and Miller then sent a bullet into his own heud. He fell dead in the doorway of his blazing home. Firemen drnggeilthe corpse from the house. Two shot guns, a rifln and seV eml revolvers were found in tho ruins of Miller's cabin. Miller and UobertHon quarreled recently. SHORTAGE OF "" SORTS STOP PED STORY. Sir Samuel Sinuns saw sweet Sarah Samson swimming. Suddenly nhc seemed sinking. Sir Samuel stood stuti' ned. Striding seaward, spurning shing le, Sir Samuel swiftly swam Siiruh wanls. Sir Samuel skillfully supported swooning Surah. .Sniinniing shore wards, Sir Snniuel successfully succored Surah. Seeming somenhnt slinky, Sir Samuel sampled sumo spirits speciul Scotch. Snruh saw Sir Samuel's sacrificing spirit, Sir Samuel saw Sarah's sweet I ness. Sir Samuel soon sought Saruh. Striding slov.ly, Sarah sighed softly. .Sir Samuel seemed speechless, j "Say something, Sir Samuel," snid ! Sarah. "Sny Snm,' Surnh," snid Sir Snm juel. , 1 Snruh, smiling slivly, softly sniil, I "Surah Sully," stummereil Sir Sum I tiel. "Sweet Sarah sweetheart." Sarah solemnly surrendered. (Tinner's remark: "I'leuce et.ip thic; wo are' ehort of eccec") Tit Hits. ' How Amatenr Mechanics Work. "What do you do when anything g.ics wrong with your earf " "1 tinker with the carburetor. " "Does that remedy the difficulty t" "It never has, but I alwavs tinker with it anyhow in the hope that possi bly that mnv be the causa oi the trou ble". Kx.