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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUG. 17, 1916.
Salem's Big Department Store"
A Sale of
WOMEN'S j 1
A worthy tale of the season's new !
Dresses of marquisette, 1 voiles, lawns,
etc., in ruffle, embroidery, lace trim- ? -
mlngs, plain white, white with colored vj
embroidery and figured patterns aH J.J.
new styles, and worth more than we .j!"
ask. Take your pick commencing "X
Monday flo no Vj
Bee the window display PJwt
Special Low Pnces on Several Lines of Women's
i4n Immense Sale of
DOZENS OF GOOD VALUES
in tans, black, white and combined leathers
patents, dull and suede finishes. You'll be sur
prised at such Footwear bargains we offer to
Salem buyers. Keep your money in Salem and
cet bieeer value.
One big lot of Pumps 50c pr
Another lot, choice, $1.00 pr
And another, very good,
All Around Town
COMING EVENTS' t
August 17. Chcrrian dance
Aug. 25. Cherrian excursion
September 4. Labor day.
Sept. 7-S-B. Willamette Valley
Tennis Tournament, Salem.
Sept. 18. Opening day of city
September 20. Monthly meet
ing Commercial club. Address
by Harwood Hall.
Sept. 25-30 Oregon State Fair.
choice $1.95 pr
QUALITY AND SERVICE
Believed To Be Work of Strik
ers On Account of Point
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 17. Kf forts of
Kire Marshal Bringhurst and tlio po
lice to locate the planters of a bomb
which exploded under I'ier I), of the
Pacific Const company, a few hours
after an incendiary the, at I'ier 4 last
nijjht had failed early today althougit
they were able to trnce the steps of
three men along the sea wall for a
distance of three blocks.
The explosion tore a hole 10 feet in
diameter within a few feet of the
quarters where lion union longshore
men had been sleeping. The men had
been awakened by the night watchman
in time to escape.
Footprints found in the sand under
the dock led do the King street pier,
three blocks distant, where the plank
ing had been torn out in the floor,
giving the men who nre believed to
hnve planted the bomb, a menus of
. getting under Tier l without being
The blast occurred tit 1:50 o'clock
this morning about ftmr hours after
the bla.e at Pier 4.
Pier 4 is occupied by Dndwell ami
romps n v ii nd the Pacific. Coast com
pany has Pier 1).
it, B. Wright malinger of a wnter
frotat murket noticed the fire on the
roof of ller 4. The alarm was prompt
ly responded to with the result that
the damage was slight.
A bottle still containing a quantity
of phosphorus was foumP where it hail
been thrown on the roof.
The police believe phosphorus was
used to start n fire in the Schwnbiicher
wharf July 111 and probably was the
agency used by the incendiary who
lourneii oir the disastrous nre in the
government warehouse at I'ier II the
inght of June .'10.
According to a time honored custom.
the fifth Wednesday in a month hns
been- set aside by the Miircaheca as
time for a special social gathering.
fla next Wednesday happens to lie the
fifth one in August, the entertainment
committee in charire of Walter Lennon
nd Mrs. Jennie Miller is preparing
somctning worth wiuie, rue entertain
ment will he held in the lodge hall.
Besides the fifth Wednesday soeial, the
Maccabees are planning for a picnic
at the Blnke farm September tl.
AUTO TURNED TURTLE,
! TODAY'S BALL SCORES !
R. II. K.
Cleveland 4 111
New York 5 15 1
Covaleslil, Morton 1111, 1 O'Neill; Fish
er, .Shnwkey and Walters.
First game ?. l. ;.
St. 1 lOtiin :t 8 5
Philadelphia 4 7 1
Plnnk, Davenport and Scveroid;
Hush and Haley. (10 innings.)
Second game- H. II. K.
St. Louis ;t 5 1
Philadelphia 2 8 1
Davenport ami Severoid; Alvcrs ami
First game U. 11. K.
Detroit 11 20 2
Washington 0 1) 1
Dniiss, Dubuc, .lames, Covaleski and
Baker; Harper, Avers, Hon) ley, lloehl
ing and Henry, Ainsmith. (10 innings.)
R. II. K.
Chicago 7 12 2
lloston 0 ! 0
Mussell and Schalk; Mays, Jones and
New York 0 7
Sallee and Kocher; Vaughn and
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glasse
es eorrectly. U. 8. Bank. Brd'.
The Murphy building, State and
Commercial streets, is undergoing re
pairs which 'includes taking down sev
eral of the chimneys and a plastering
and repairing of the entire south wall.
Drink Cereo, the liquid food, the
health drink. ABk your grocer. tf
A ten acre improved tract in the
Liberty district was bought yesterday
by S. J. Ogle as an investment. The
grantors were Hartley & Craig and the
transfer was Handled by Scott & My
Bring your agates home to he pol
ished. Gardner & Keene, Jewelers,
The Cherrians and members of the
Commercial club are invited to become
guests of the Linn county fair at Scio
on Friday, September H. The invita
tion was received today from A. (1.
Brill, president of the Linn county
While others are reducing we are
increasing our stock. There's a rea
son! ask us. Gardner & Keene, jewel
ers and opticians.
Street car No. 71 left town this morn
ing. It is going to ine lienverton
shops and when it returns in about a
month, will be dressed in its Cherry
best. People coming in on the Che-
nieketa street line are now riding in
on red cars.
Watch for Shipley's dollar week end
specials in todays paper page two.
In spite of unfavorable weather for
bathing, yesterday there was an at
tendance of about 500 at the Hiversiile
Dip. All of which rather indicates
that Salem folks arc billing to bathe
according to the calendar rather than
the mercury in tho thermometer.
Autos for hire, passenger and bag
gage transferred, rales reasonable,
country trips a specialty. C U. Me
Klroy, Phone 047 or H3!. septl
For the past few days the guage of
the river at the O. 6. T. dock has re
fused to move up or (town, not even a
tenth of an inch. The water is now
.It of a foot above low water mnrk.
The temperature yesterday was mnxH
mum S3, and minimum, 55 above.
Why buy coffee roasted outside of
Oregon reaching you twenty to thirty!
days old when you can secure a fresh
dai.lv roast at Win. (.Inhjsdorf 's. Phone
67 ' o I
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Busn, accompan
ied by Dr. and Mrs. Kngene Fuller nnd
Miss Kugeuiit Fuller of New York City
and Mrs. 11. K. Clay, left this morn
ing for an extended automobile trip to
Crater Lake, Yoseniite National park
and Uike Tahoe. The party will trav
el in two cars and expects to be absent
about two weeks.
well pleased with a life on a man of
'war. His term of enlistment will ex-
ipire May 14, 1919.
In the city yesterday afternoon from
Albany to attend the burial services
of Elgin Ciiipman, the young man who
died from injuries received while bath-
j ing in the Willamette at Albany, were
! Judge and Mrs. Hewctt, Mr. and Mrs.
Jos. Al. Hawkins, .Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Cathey and Mr. and Mrs. McDowell.
C. L. Dick, captain of the Cherrians
is in receipt of a telegram from sever
al of the boys who are spending the
summer at Imperial Heach, that on ac
count of present conditions in the
south, and the general regulations of
the war department, they are unable
to accept the invitation to accompany
the organization to Marshfield. The
telegram is Bigned by Captain Max
(lehlhar anil others.
The war in Europe is responsible for
the high price of grain sacks. One
year ago prices run about 8 cents for
the best Calcutta, but this year even
second hand sacks for oats and barley
will cost 0 cents and new sacks, 12.
cents. As the raw material's for sacs
ei.iiiu jiuui v-ttH mill, jiritrs r irBUVic"
ally controlld by the hnglish and com
mission men in the city believe the
prices may go higner.
Tliis is a logan berry story. For the
benefit of those who cave to figure
profits on small tracts, the information
is (liven that the Salem Fruit Union
paid ifliO a ton for the logans. It costs
if-D a ton for picking and ;)0 cents 1
ton for hauling. T. A. Tompkins, liv
ing tour miles South f Salem on the
Jefferson road, and who gets his nun I
on rural route 4, picked five tons nnd
1178 pounds from an acre and a half
There is a silver lining to the clouds
that hover over those who own auto
mobiles, (insoline dropped one cent in
New York city a few days ago, and
yesterday, the Standard Oil company
announced a reduction of one cent a
gallon for Chicago and several of. the
central states. At the present rate
of traveling west, tiio one cent decline
may reach Salein mid vicinity before
the summer driving is over. Just now it
costs 20 cents a gallon.
The champion 100 yard swimmer of
the northwest, Errol Byrnes of Port
land will put on a program next Sun
day at Riverside1 Dip. Hegiiining at
2:.'!0 in the afternoon, he will lecture
on the different strokes and then dem-
IniKltralA ill tlta Irat.l Tin. nvni.naa.t
tion and lecture is free to all. Later!
there will be 100 yard swimming eon
tests, the winner to swim against
Byrnes, who will take a 19 second
Dr. William B. Mott, son of Dr. Wil
liam S. Mott, left yesterday to become
an interne in the (lood Samaritan hos
pital at Portland. He is a graduate
of a medical college in San Francisco.
Fred S. Bynon and Wm. H. Lerchen
spent yesterday in Mount Angel and
Silvcrton and today report that several
were interested and will accompany
the Cherrians to Marshfield, one week
Governor Withycombe will accom
pany the Cherrian special U) Marsh
field August 25. The committee en
entertainment is preparing to do a lot
of nice things for the governor, a few
of them that have never happened be
fore and which they guarnuteec the
governor will remember.
The fairy court of the Juvenile Arti
sans, at their meeting last evening,
decided to begin a membership cam
paign that will bring another 100 or
more into the lodge. The Fniry court
now numbers 110 nnd only those be
tween the ages of two and 14 are eligible.
NAVAL BILL PASSES
SENATE ASAGREED ON
Four Dreadnaughts and Four
Battle Cruisers To Be
Built First Year
S NEWPORT-NYE BEACH J
Automobile Passenger and Bag-
Furnished Tents and Cottageg
L. D. PICKENS, Box 274
SENATE PASSES IT
Washington, Aug. 17. The
senate this afternoon passed the
naval bill agreed to in con
ference early in the day, with
out a roll call.
Passage of the bill completes
the senate end of the adminis
tration's preparedness program.
The house will pass it when it
The Court of Legends of the United
Artisans, those between 14 and 18
years of age, will make a hiking trip,
within a few days, from Grande Ronde
down the Nestucea river. They will be
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ciiiijici untMj 11.V .11 ra. r.i-!ic .uhuuvh nuti j
.Mrs. L.eia is. -uase. auoiu a.) nieiiiuern
of the court are expected to hike. They
will be .awny about a week.
Gideon Stols went to Portland yes
terday especially to hear Charles K.
Hughes and to get a close view of him.
After having heard his address, Mr.
Stolz is of the opinion that Mr. Hughes
is the right man for president. He
says the address made a favorable im
pression, that Mr. Hughes is an elo
quent talker and that there is none
of that frigidness that was supposed to
go with a former justice of the su
' A meeting of the tourist, publicity
and convention department of tiie Com
mercial club has been called for this
evening by director Benjamin Brick
for the purpose of taking up the re
quest of the Astoria regatta committee
in regard to sending a representative
from Salem. Also to consider the re
quest, of the Yellowstone Highway as
sociation that Salem contribuate -t"5
towards a publicity campaign for a cir
cle automobile tour to include the Yel
lowstone National park, Santa Fe, the
Grand Canyon, Los Angeles, Salem and
The Moscow Museum of Agricul
ture, the oldest in Europe, has cele
brated its fiftieth anniversary.
Washington, Aug. 17 House and
senate conferees on the naval bill this
afternoon agreed to retain the $0,000,-
000 appropriation to improve and
equip the navy yards at Paget Sound,
Philadelphia, Norfolk, Boston, Ports
mouth, Charleston and New Orleans for
constructioiiof battleships. The bill
will be reported to both houses tomor
row. It probably will be ready for the
president's signature tomorrow or
The senate amendment providing for
investigation by a commission of the
advisability of establishment of a sec
ond naval academy, was stricken out.
The item providing ."i00,000 for a suit
able site on the Columbia river for a
submarine and torpedo boat base also
A if'500,000 appropriation for con
structing a thirty five foot channel
through Hell flute. New York, one of
President Wilson's recnnunenilations,
was taken out. A hot fight 011 the
floor may develop over this item.
If provisions of the bill regarding
construction of wniships can be carried
out, 157 ships of war of all classes are
to be completed in three years. The
first year's building program calls for
four dreadnaughts, four battle cruisers
nnd a comparatively few number of
other classes of ships by the end of the
coming year. Of the 17 warships to be
completed in three years, 10 are to be
The bill provides iM, 270,000 for im
provements, pay and equipment of the
naval militia. It provides .f.t,5OO,O00
The total appropriation is between
I i(i.'l 1 0,000,000 and W 12,000,000.
I The bill provides also for the pay
I nient to second, third and fourth class
I postmasters of five dollars each for
I any recruits they may obtain.
No Insanity Plea for
Woman Who Shot Rival
Marysville, JIo., Aug. 17. Calming
'declaring: "I know what I have donn
land I am ready to pay the penalty,"
jMrs. Clemnia E. Gilmore indicated to
i day she would make no defense for tho
: killing of Mrs. Ella Shipps at the Bur
I lington station.
j ller husband, over whom Mrs. (Jil-
more shot the "other woman," a tcn
' nut, plans to aid in the defense of his
! separated mate.
1 An inquest will be held today.
I The Ladd & Bush bank has installed
, a book keeping Boroughs' machine that
I will do all kinds of things to a man's
I individual account, even refusing to
j add when the account is overdrawn.
: All the operator of the machine has
! to do is to press trie light button sliow-
ing a man's balance. The.11 as tlio
j checks come in and deposits arc made,
by pressing the proper keys, the ma
; chine figures it all cut and in the
1 evening is ready to show just how tho
'account stands. Should the depositor
j overdraw his account, the machine
'simply refuses to give him anythiny;
i whatever, but will show, when the sub
! straction lever is pulled, just how
much the cuHtoiuer is in the hole. It
1 was installed this week by Norris II.
tiregg of the Burroughs company nnd
1 cost the bunk $7."0.
Turning the knob even a trifle rings
a bell in a new lock for residential
Pfet'fer and .Meyers;
Kantlchner and Fischer.
. 5 II
. 1 0
How few people really know the
great difference between fresh roasted
and stale roasted coffee. Try it and
convince Yourself. Wm. tlahlsilorf, l.'l.'i
Fred S. Bynou, the original Dooley
j,; I writer of the Cherrians, has composed
'a little "pome" that will be publish
ed! in the Cherrian Gazette nnd Marsh
M a 111 man ,
Only ones schcdnled.
Chicago, Aug. 17. Miss Maud Baker,
aged 21. was killed and two men were
badly injured here today when an auto
mobile in which they were riding
. turned turtle on - Milwaukee avenue
south of the madhouse, "The House
That Jaek Built." Fred Allsworth,
chauffeur, escaped by jumping. The
name of the two injured men are not
known, as they were hurried away in
private automobile. Miss Baker was
crushed beneath the car.
field Mnrslunitllow. It runs along
about like this:
"Wives of great men all remind us,
We cnu mnke our own obey:
So let's make them journey with us
On our trip to Coos's bay."
Woodmen of the World, neighbors at
tention: A special meeting will be held
Friday evening, Aug. 18, all members
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 17. One man hue requested to be present as business
was killed nnd two others injured at ' of great importance is to be transacted.
Lind, Wash., today as the result of the I Jack Swieniuk, C. C. augl8
icrninuent or four freight ears on the
Train Wreck Kills
One and Hurts Two
This Great Bankrupt Sale is
Still the Talk of the Town with its hun
dreds of bargains every day
We quote a few prices here but a per
sonal visit to this store will convince you
of the genuine bargains offered.
Milwaukee main line at that town last
uight, according to Milwaukee general
office reports here.
The dead man is ('. J. Graham of
Sprngue, Wash. He died shortly after
being injured iu the accident.
O. 1). Si 111 sou, of Sprague, is reported
John Anderson, residence unknown,
was also injured.
The three men were riding in a car
of lumber, unknown to the train crew,
it is said.
LOAN IS OVERSUBSCRIBED
New York, Aug. 17. Applica
tions for participation in the
underwriting of the new $250,
000,000 Britbih loan exceeded
the amount of the issue before
official announcement of the
detail of the loan was made.
The notes probubly will be of
fered to the'publio next week
with reservations of member
ship in the underwriting syndi
cate closing Friday.
Indiana silos to the extent of about
five car loads a week are being ship- j
ped from the Spsulding lagging coin
psny factory at Newberg. This week,'
two" cars will he shipped to Turlock,
Calif., one car to Oakdnle, Calif., one!
ear to each uf the following points: j
Outlook, Wash., Selah, Wash., North j
Yakima, Wash., Woodburn, Oregon, am!'
one car to Salem. A total of from 125 j
to 150 silos will be shipped from the;
Newberg factory this summer.
The Frame Shop and Giftery au-j
nouiices that, owing to the unusual iu-
terest shown last week in its sale of
"remnant moulding" f routes, the same
will be repeated Saturday, Some very
desirable frames will be offered at 25
and 3.V See them in our window. Ke
niemher the day and shop. Come early
lor good selection.
Men's Work Sox 5c
Men's Dress Sox, in black and tan . .9c
Men's 25c Lisle and Cashmere Sox 19c
Men's B. V. D. Union Suit, now 79c
Men's Porosknit Union Suits, now 79c
Men's Balbriggan Union Suit, now 59c
Men's 25c Garters 14c
Men's President Suspenders, now 19c
Men's Balbriggan Shirt and Drawers, now.... 19c
Men's Four-in-Hand Ties 9c
Ladies' New Fall Suits, values to $35.00, now on sale
at $6.65, $9.65 and $14.60
Just received by express 48 Waist Patterns, values
to $1.00, while they last 19c
Women's $4.00 patent leather, Cravenette top $1.98
Women's Calf Shoes, just the thing for hop picking,
Women's $3.50 Gunmetal Goodyear Welt $2 69
Women's $3.00 Mary Jane Pumps, now 9Sc
Large assortment of Children's Hose, priced
at 10c, 12c, 14c and 25c pair
Women's Underwear at saving prices
Fancy Ribbed Vests, now 27c
Women's fine Ribbed V cut style, now 12 l-2c
Women's fine Ribbed Vests, extra sizes, now . . .19c
Women's fine Ribbed Union Suits, now 23c
Women's fine Ribbed Union Suits, now 29c
Women's fiine Ribbed extra good quality, in all
sizes, now 4fjc
R. M. C. Crochet Cotton at .8c
0. N. T. Thread at 4c
5c Pearl Buttons, now, dozen 3c
10c Pearl Buttons, now, dozen 5c
Ladies' fine Handkerchiefs, now. . 4c, 7c and 9c each
75c Corsets, now 49c
$1.50 Corsets, now ...98c
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WOMEN'S HOSE
Women's black fibre Silk Hose, now 29c
Women's fine Ribbed White Silk Hose, now 25c
Women's black Hose in all sizes, ribbed top 14c
Women's mercerized Hose, all sizes, now 12c
Women's Fibre Silk Hose, all colors, Panama, sand,
navy and grey, now .49c
Women's all Silk Hose in all colors, now 98c
36-in. wide Percale, all colors 9c and 11c yd.
65c Silk striped Voiles and Foulards, now 27 l-2c yd
36-in. wide new striped Suiting, now 27 l-2c yd
Imperial Crepe 36-in. wide, all colors, now . . .37c yd
Gotton Blankets 59c, 69c and 98c
Heavy Wool Blankets, now $3.49
GALE & COMPANY
The Chicago Store, Court and Commercial g
James IL Walker, seaman In the
l nited States navy is in the city to
day. He enlisted in the navv last' Feb
ruary while a junior in the high school'
and utter a penod of training at (lost
Island was assigned to the l'lttsbiirgh.
the flng ship of tile reserve fleet. His
present assignment is on the Buffalo!
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