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THE DATLY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY. AUG. 31, 1916.
I Our First FRIDAY and SATURDAY 1
Double Saving Will Prevail
in All Departments
10c $1.00 $1.25
Hudc Towels P. n. Corsets
5c 59c. 48c
$5.00 $1.50. . 50c
Silk Waists Menarde Black Sateen
98c 98c 29c
75c 50c $1.50
Lawn Waiats Ferris Waists Princess Slips
19c 25c ' 79c
New Fall Dress Goods
Every number of our
new Fall Dress Goods
will meet the most ex
acting requirements of
fashion. Here we stand
the test of offering you
the best quality mater
ials in the latest styles
and at the lowest prices
known. New eplngles,
poplins, gabardines, vel
ours, bolivia cloth and
pile fabric coatings in
all the newest shades
for Fall as well as a
large variety in black
and white check mater
ials which are so popu
lar this season. Especi
ally priced from
25c to $2.98 per yard
Children's Misses Sleeve- Fine Dress Fine Sheets ffl CA
less Vests Gingham 72x9 White Cotton
' Drawers med
9c 10c 10c yd. 59c
$1.00. 25c 50c- $5.00 $4.00.
Corduroy Tarns- Woo, Blankets " g
49c He ' 22c yd. $3.49 98c.
Boys' summer weight 36.incll chalies $1.50 ' 25c
balbriggan Shirts and cotton Can M
Drawers, all sizes. VA Blankets
While they last, per 1,2t Ja c $c -
garment.. Qc ,
An all wool Poplin Suit New and. Coats
in navy and black, trim- Every day we receive shoe polish
med with wide silk new shipments of Suits in
braid and velvet, especi- and coats direct from
ally priced $15.90 the foremost New York
: ' manufacturers. Every in
C 7q- day you will find some- ' .
3C bJ fwhit. thi"g n7 to look at in .
safety pins Cneck Dr9sa our ready to wear de- p
91 Goods partment. Today, for
'2C 49c yd. instance, we received a 3c
beautiful coat made of
$1.50 75c all wool black and white Defers Knit-
, infants Hub checked coating, fitted '
oia ensvestus with the New Shake- tIng Cotton
88c Wo snerian collar, priced Ac
35c 75c A new suit of All Wool q
Fert?aEheahvT 45 ,nCh black and white check .
and wide Flouncing yelour especially priced Pearl Buttons
19c. 29c yd. $14.90 3C
Men's fine Dress Shirts, golf style,
made of fine quality percale,
mardas, chambrey, ete., In a large
variety of neat stripes, also plain
blue chambrey with two extra de
tachable collars of same colors.
Regular values to $1.00, while
this lot lasts, only .........
Fibre Hose In
Four - in- Hand
GALE & CO.
Corner Court and Commercial Streets
Genuine Poros Knit Shirts
Drawers, all sizes while they
Lot of Men's Underwear, broken
lines, including genuine B. V. D.
Shirts and Drawers, to close
Time and again this store has exemplified to you its policy of putting more and more value into its sales. It ii
is in pursuit of this policy and to establish once for all the Enormous Value-Giving Power of This Store these
Friday and Saturday Surprise Sales have been undertaken. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE DOUBLE SAVINGS
AFFORDED AND COME.
Estimated a Thousand Are
Away from Home and
May Not Get Back
Dallas Local News
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Pallas Or., Aug. 31. The Independ
ence campfire girls wno have been
camping at Ellendale for the past week
returned to their homes yesterday.
O. C. Mulkey of Monmouth, former
ly proprietor of the Dallas bakery,
will move to Eugene at an early date
mxl engage in the chicken rnising bus
iness. M. V. Fuller and C. L. Starr left
The Funniest Act is
A Scream for Fifteen Minutes
!! Hippodrome Headliner ii
Jj in Portland EI
J FRIDAY - 8ATTJRDAY Q
NO RAISE IN PRICES Q
Tuesday evening on a short business
trip to lillamook.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank l.ynn of Perry
dale and Mr. and Mrs. (j. K. Williams
of this city are spending a few weeks
at Belknap Springs.
Mrs. A. B. Starbuck and little daugh
ter, Mary, returned the first of the
week from a month's outing at Bay
Dr. and Mrs. Mark Hayter returned
Sunday afternoon from a two week 's
outing at Bar View in Tillamook coun-
Dr. M. R. Roberts of Salem was in
, the city Sunday a guest of Dr. K. C.
, Virgil. '
i Miss Irene Barrett of Kugene is a
gnet of friends in Dallas.
I Miss Gladys Loughary iias returned
; from a several week 's visit at the home
of relatives in Portland.
Mrs. Nina Dock and son of Los An
geles are guests at the home of Mayor
and Mrs. K. ('. Kirkpatrick. Mrs.
! Dock is a sister of Mr. Kirkpatrick.
R. I'. Kteelciuist, local manager of
! the Oregon Power company, is spending
1 the week with his family at Newport.
Mrs. .1. A. McCann his returned from
'a short visit with relatives nt Amity,
j W. V. Fuller was a Capital city visit
,or Tuesday afternoon.
! Miss Leone Williams left the first
I of the week for a several day's visit at
J the home of her aunt, Mrs. A. J.
j Riiodes at Seattle.
; Xathau Mannoik of Corvallis is a
guest at the home of his brother, Carl
I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sdiulz of Mi-Minn-
ville were guests Tuesday at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Shul. on Mill
Mr. and Mrs. Merton Ellis were
guests of relatives nt Tails City Sun
day. Macleay News
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Macleay, Aug. 31. The warm weath-
er the past week was partly responsi
ble for the exodus of many Macleay
! people to the summer resorts.' Among
i those who went Sunday were Harve
(Taylor and family and Miss Hyers to'
' Xeskowin beach for a week's stay and'
j Mr. Young and family to Silver Creek i
I Mrs. O. L. Martin, who has been con-
valescing after an opeintion perform-j
I ed recently, is home again it is un
Convicts from the state penitentiary I
are pulling flax on the Nash and Lent.1
farms this week. i
The boys of the neighborhood have I
dammed up Pudding river and have!
made a swimming nole which they sav
is fairly good. I
Mr. ami Mrs. C. K. fiarrett and son,
Albert, were Salem visitor Saturday!
afternoon. , !
Hazel and Thelina Martin have been
visiting at the home of their aimt,
Mrs. Will Siupleton at T'errydale. Theyj
returned home Sunday.
Miss Opal Garrett has been working.
south of Salem recently.
Marjorie and Wilma, departed for the
ermuiu hop yard Inst Friday.
Wm. I.cnlz, who has tieen nt home for
the past two weeks from Black Rock,
was a Salem visitor Tuesday.
. Mrs. Itobinson iias been visiting her
mother who lives at Chitwooil, Ore
gon. She returned home Saturday.
Miss Elcnsa Bartels was a Salem vis
itor Friday afternoon.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Jefferson, Ore., Aug.' 31. Mr. Wag
ner, of Tillamook, visited his sister,
Mrs. Wm. Kulrick, a few days Inst
Miss Maude Ohler. nf ttulom uln l.ou
been at the A. H. Ohler home for some :
time, returned home Monday.
Mr: and .Mrs. Kd Young and family,;
from near Albany, spent Sunday at the
Frank Wycoff home.
Mr. Geo. C. Clark, of Salem, spent
Saturday night with his mother, Mrs. J.I
Warren Clark. j
Mrs. A. H. Ohler. nL l.u U.. I..!
Salem . the past week, rvturmvj home
Mr. and Mrs. Munn an. Mrs. Whit
niore, of Portland, who have ieen mo
toring in southern Oregon, were the
guests at the Frank Wycoff inniB Tues
NORTHERN PACIFIC PREPARED.
St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 31. "In view
of the announceiiiotit of iht l.n. !..
Mrs. ft. O. Miller and daughters hoods to strike, " says a Northern Pa-
Portland, Ore., Aug. 31. Nearly one
I thousand men and women in Oregon
and Washington are in danger of being
marooned far from home if the great
railroad strike is called 'September 1.
This was the estimate today of Clyde
I Evans, manager of the Travelers' l'ro
I tective association. It is basid ou re
ports -from the railroads and hotels of
The visitors are in danger of expe
riencing many of the inconveniences
encountered by Americans caught un
awares in Europe when the wur jroke
out. They will be unable to get homo,
unable to move their baggage and may
find themselves without money, and
far from friends, with the price of ne
Evans estimated that 150 of the trav
elers were in the Portland alone. Many
commercial agents, salesmen and others
to whom traveling is a business are be
sieging insurance offices, getting their
ensunlty insurance straightened out.
They seem to believe traveling will be
dangerous on the few trains the rail
roads may be able to keep going if the
strike comes Monday.
I'p to this morning there had been no
unusual - rush to get. home. Visitors
from California feel they can make the
trip by boat if necessary. Many east
erners refuse to believe the strike will
It was learned today that jitney
buses may replace local trains in the
northwest. An attempt may even be
mude to run a jitney line as far as San
Francisco, in case of a strike, using
light cars for the boulevards and heavy
machines for the grades.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
yuiuaby, Or., Aug. 31. Hop licking
begun Monday in a few. of the yards
having the early fuggles variety,bt all
yards will be in full blast Friday, Sep
tember 1. The intensely warm weather
of the past week has been beneficial
in exterminating many aphis with
which growers contended during the
A. M. Anderson has established a
branch store at Bolter's hop yard and
there will be many provender wagons
moving about the country for the next
Dobert Diem, acconipniiicd by his
father, F. J. Diem anil his sister Mrs.
.Iiiilson Gaiiiaid nud children, have just
returned from a delightful outing at
I Wilhoit springs, where they caught
many tish. I hey report automobiles
to the number of 1(10 at the springs on
Sunday. Among the souvenirs of their
trip they brought home to their friends
some of the magic mineral waters from
these popular springs.
The Nnftzer place has been sold to n
Mr. Campbell of Salem. For the past
year Charles Ricketts of Missouri has
rented the place ami has been showing
his neighbors how to raise real Mis
Mrs. Hoy Nik's of Deer Lodge, Mon
tana, is here for a visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hnrgrat'eu. Mrs.
Niles was formerly Fern llargiul'en and
was married a few months ago at their
former home. She is accompanied by
her little step daughter, and will be
joined here soon by her husband win)
recently met with an accident in the
mines in Montana which places him
The new cottages lit Quinaby Park
improve the grounds very much. The
cottage of Rev. .1. X. Burns of Hick
reall is just completed, and the larger
one recently built by Rev. S. S. Mum
mey of Salem are among the new ones.
Mrs. llnttie Edwards and little
daughter of Salem spent the past week
with the Alon.o t'annoy family, Mrs.
I'annoy being a sister of Mrs. Eilwurds.
Miss Flora Grice of Polk county, a
sister of Mrs. Alono i'annoy will
teach the Perkins school this year.
Miss Edna Girod has returned from
n visit to her mint, Mrs. Anna Girod
North Howell Notes
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
North Howell, Ore., Aug. 31. W. J.
Jefferson started his clover baler Tues
duy. The acreage here is much reduced
on account of many fields having been
cut for huy.
J. S. Coomler and Joe Russ have
bought Edgar Johnstons hay baler.
Tne Misses Nellie tind eruie Meh
leu, of Central Howell, were visiting
Elsie Morgan last Sunday.
W. H. Stevens took a wagon load of
juveniles to the Abitpin for a swim Sun
Miss Elsie Morgan wan visiting Mrs.
Sherm Hickard, of Labish, this week.
C. S. Morgan, who was kicked by one
of his horses, is ulile to be around but
is quite lame.
Miss Flora Fletcher, who had just re-'
covered from an operation for nppcmli
ciits, is now suffering with diphtheria.
The family have moved back to their
residence in Snlyn.
Oscar Howard is working in the har
vest field near Victor Point.
The grange meeting last Saturday ev
ening was well attended. The farm land
and loan bill was discussed. Jt was,
voted to hold the next session on thei
fourth Saturdny evening in Heptember
and invite J. P. Robertson, of Salem, to
lead the discussion on the same subject.
This measure which seems to be a plan
of confiscation of farm property in the
interest of single tax is mectiiiir nret-
ty rough treatment from the rural peo-
To Buy Supplies for
We always prepare for the different seasons,
by having a complete stock of Clothing and .
Furnishings for Men and Boys. We guarantee
to please you.
The Store that guarantees every purchase.
Corner State and Liberty Streets.
(Continued from rage One.)
era! staff plans to evacuate all south
eastern Transylvania to the Rumanians
in order to shorten the Austrian lines,
the Austrian newspapers announced to
lay. German Attack Repulsed.
Paris, Aug. 31. The Herman at
tempted a bold stroke in the 1'nrroy
forest, in Lorraine Inst night but were
immediately thrown out of a French
trench they had penetrated, it was of-
ficially announced today. The night
j was calm on the greuter part of the
AUSTRIANS HAVE RETREATED
Vienna, Aug. 31. Austrian troops
j fighting with the Rumanians in the
Csik mountains have retired to new
j positions west of Csik Szereda, it was
j officially admitted this afternoon. On
the heights east of Hcrkulcs and Fuor
; dee, Kuiunnian attacks were repulsed.
Elsewhere there is uo change on the
l iiiiiii ii in n front.
! DO IT NOW I
I Do Your - I
8 -Canning Now
J Bartlett Pears are Scarce Do Not Wait !
H CHOICE BARTLETTS 90c Bu. 3
g CRAWFORD PEACHES $1.00 Bu. El
CRAWFORD PEACHES, Crate 65c
ii For the Table g
H PEACHES IN BASKETS 20c and 25c 11
(1 BARTLETT PEARS in baskets 15c H
II MALAGA GRAPES in baskets 40c H
II BLUE DAMSON PLUMS, for preserving 2',c Lb. R
WATERMELONS, on ice VAc Lb.
ii CANTALOUPES 4 and 5 for 25c EI
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cifie announcement today, the follow-i
ing orders were sent stiition men: '
"Xotify travelers that they w ill ex-:
porience delays; non-perishable freight
will be received subject to delnvj
transportation for the health and sub-1
sistence of committee will ho main-'
taineil if possible; onn train a day
each way will be 0ierated; those activ-
mis win he expnn.lcii to normal
'Nuf Sed !
(D;c Qailonl Journal