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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1, 1916.
Agents for Standard Patterns, Parisiana and
HOW ABOUT YOUR "
Salem Week Outfit
Gale & Co. are ready to supply your wants in every
thing you may need for this occasion at a saving;
Special purchases have been made for this event in .T
Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waist, Skirts,
Shoes, Neckwear, Millinery, etc.
It will cost you nothing to look us over and we con
sider it a pleasure to show you around, COME.
New Petticoats - - 69c to $3.75
New stylish, practical and serviceable Petticoats.
Made in tailored fashion of finest quality sateen,
peak-silk and chiffon taffeta. Splendidly finished
throughput. Come in colors of blacknavy, green,
: rose, purple dark red and copen, also combination
flounce effects of plaids and flowered designs. All
have self -fitting tops. Especially priced (J9c to $3.75
(See window display.) -
New Children's Coats, Sp'l $4.95
New Children's Coats, made of fine quality all wool
Bolivia cloth, lined throughout with good quality
silk finish sateen. Come in colors of black, navy
and brown, sizes 6. to 14 years, very special $4.95
New English Walking Shoes
for Women ----- - $3.50
Beautiful new English Walking Shoes, made of fine
' quality velour calf with white rubber heel and sole,
lace style, sizes 2 1-2 to 7, very special $3.50
New Separate Skirts, $2.49 to $7.95
Just received splendidly made Dress Skirts of fine
all Wool Serge, Fancy Checks and Poplins, also of
chiffon taffetas m plain colors and fancy stripes and
plaids. Dame Fashion's latest whims, finished with
pockets, fancy buckles and half belts to match,
especially priced ...$2.49 to $7.95
Gale & Company
(Formerly the Chicago Store.)
Salem's Biggest Popular Priced Department Store.
Not connected with any other store in this town.
Cor. Court and Commercial Sts., Salem, Ore.
(Continued from page one.)
On the Russian front superior Aus-tro-tJerman
forces have forced n Mus
eum retreat southward from tho Mi
British Defeat Bulgars
London, Nov. 1. British troops have
defeated the Bulgarians in several en
gagements cast of tho Kiver Struma,
capturing tho Macedonian towns of
lUiiakli Djuina, Prosenik nnd Kumli, it
was officially announced today.
French Advance Lines
Paris, Nov. 1. French troops huide
progress north of the Somme last night
in the region of Les Hoeufs aud repuls-
An Appeal to
The One Who Cares
an appeal for better toilets. . . ,
an appeal for better Toilet Goods, which may, provide better
an appeal that every lady who cares may buy her toilet needs here
and get the better kind.
creams, lotions and toilet soaps.
talcums, face complexion powders.
perfumes, toilet waters,, sachets. .
hair brushes, combs, mirrors.
i the very nicest qualities at the
1 - 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1
in mi luutri gwus jou snomu always
.ed violent German counter nttacks
'from the north and east upon Sailly
Saillisel, it was officially announced
today. Seventy prisoners were taken.
! On the Verdun front the night was
Baid German Trenches
London, Nov. 1. British troops suc
cessfully raided German trenches north
east of Festubert and in the region of
Messines Inst night, Generul Haig re
Intermittent shelling south of the
Ancre was the only other activity re
ported. Greek Steamer Sunk
Berlin, Nov. 1. Thirty men perished
when a German submarine sunk the
Greek steamer Angelic, bound for Sa
lonika with 300 volunteers for the
Venizelos army, according to Athens
very lowest prices.
Fry's Drug Store
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
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I Court House News I
Appraisers of the estate of Martin
Giesy Louis Webert, O. A. Ehlon, Guy
N Hiekok reported to the county
court this morning a total of $31,878.04
on band. This consists of 9.100 real
property and the rest in cask in the
Wink and notes due the estate.
' Marriugc licenses were issued this
morning to (.'harles W. Snyder, a clerk
of Bena, and Alae Weese, of. Salem,
nnd Olaf Herbert Harold; a farmor of
Salem, and Olive Minnie Skog, of
modified. The children' are Homer
!inal divorce decree as to the custody
of the children of Kose- Ficklin and
Ross Ficklin is determined by tho court
a temporary order of tho court awards
their custody to Mary A. Walker, their
maternal grandmother. The defendant
is ordered to appear and show cause
why the original decree should not bo
be modified. The children arc Homer
and Arietta Ficklin.
STATE HOUSE NEWS I
I The California Cotton Mills company,
lot' Oakland, Calif., manufacturers of
j cotton nud jute goods, have written to
the Oregon state board of control ac
IcfptiiiK the board's offer of flax at
1 23 cents per pound. The company states
lit will tako 1") tons of scutched flax
f. o. b. Salem. The terms are payable
on arrival and inspection. The flux is
to be delivered before May 15, 1U1".
I Firms aKKregatiiiK a capitul of $2il0,
!000 filed articles of incorporation this
morning with the state corporation
jcominissioner. The Kdiicators company,
of Portland, which is formed to deal
in supplies for schools and colleges,
has a capital stock of $200,000. The in
corporators are Johu B. Knster, Clar
jenco M. Kubanks, and F. L. l'hipps.
The place of business is Portland. A.
I K. King, Martin Duffy and Bartlett
, Cole are the incorporators of the King
Dut'iy company of Portland, which is
formed to deal in real estate. The cap
ital is ."O00. The Oregon Wool Scour
ing Mills, for tho business of scouring
and carbonizing wool, with a capitul
of 25,O0O, filed this morning. The
principal office is in Portland.
A certificate of dissolution was
granted the iHinith.lacobson company
of Portland as it has ceased doing bus
'iness, r v '
j III its report to the public service
j commission the XevaduCalil'ornia-Ore-Igun
railroad states that its operating
I income for the vcar ending June 110,
j 1910, was iMD.X4b.2L and its gross in
come 1,870. 15. Deducting from this
expenses of operation, (i:t,S.'t.r.0!, leaves
the company a deficit of $1 1J5X.H4.
The railroad commissioners are in
Stnyton today for the henring of the
case against the Stnyton Water Power
company, which is ullegcd to have been
! giving poor and inadequate service.
i The regular monthly meeting of the
I board of contiol will be held Friday
afternoon, November :i, at two o'clock.
j Norman Jncobson, of the IT. S. forest
j service with station in Portland, who
is connected with the protection of the
j headwaters of navigable streams un
jder the Veeks law, which appropriates
4M.000 for this purpose, is in Salem on
a tour of inspection, lie will probably
remain a week, during which time he
will inspect the enpenditures of the
Weeks fund as made by State Forester
Klliott. He is also connected with the
lirotection of the (). (' binds while
they are involved in litigation.
Three Are Killed in
Marshfield Coal Mine
Marshfield, Or., Nov. 1 .Three men i
are known to ,be dead todav and two
I badly hurt in an explosion at the Den
ver Hill colli mine, I- miles from
I Mnrshf ielil. Word of the blast, which
occurred late last night, was not re-
veil here until noun.
The men killed are Charles Ferreri,
Martin llouiar and John Lowe. Bomar's
body has been recovered. The other two
corpses are still in the depths.
Coroner Wilson and Dr. Mingus start
ed for the scene iinmcdintelv after
ilearning of the accident. The mine is
la Southern Pacific holding. Details
have not been received at headquarters
here, hut it is believed a sudden fall
of coal released gas, which ignited.
The night crew was imprisoned tem
porarily, all except five later escap
ing. Thomas Harrison is the most seri
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Gates. Or.. Oct. 31. Mrs. Ethel Wig-
jging came home yesterday to stay a
while with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Kd
j Mr. Long got back nfter spending a
few weeks with bis daughter in Wash
ington. I Mrs. Random has been sick the last
week but is better now.
The mask ball at dates Saturday eve
was fine nnd all seemed to have a good
time and Mrs. Long gave the siqiper
in the ttntes hotel for the danco.
Mrs. Tillie Dike was down Saturday
and stayed over Sunday with Mrs, a If II.
The snow is down on the hills so you
can see it,' so, it looks like winter is
1). B. Smith went to Salem Saturday
and stayed over Sunday with his wife
and children, returning Monday.
Tommv Fair has been sick and not
able to be in school yet.
The rain has put the fires all out so
the 1'iinips arc running now.
Market Was Strong
and Prices Higher
New York, Nov. 1. The New York
Evening, Sun financial review today
Overnight new developments were not
of a character to influence appreciably
the course of prices in today's stock
market. Trading was in good volume
throughout the session and was largely
of professional origin. The Marina
sinking incident is still in a too indeter
minate stage to eause undue nervous
ness on the score of trouble with Ger
many. . '
The early trading was unsettled, but
by the end of the first hour, the general
list moved upward with fair consistency,
with here and there some strong points.
In the second hour there was a brief
selling movement which had the effect
of wiping out numerous gains but
around midday the undertone improved
materially. 'The equipment and special'
ty issues were in good demand in the
last hour. American locomotive ad
vanced more than four points to 86 and
Baldwin Locomotive and New York Air
brake company each moved forward
more than two points. Atlantic and
West Indies crossed 106, United States
Steel was givea new emphasis through
a gain of a point or more nnd Crucible
Steel made a further spurt to 4.
Mrs.Sheldon Spent $1900 for
Treatment Without Bene
fit Finally Made Well by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
Englewood, III. "While going
through the Change of Life I suffered
.wiiii neaaacnes, ner
vousness, nashes of
heat, and I suffered
so much I did not
know what I waa
doing at times. I
spent $1900 on doc
tors and not one did
me any good. One
day a lady called at
my house and said
she had been as sick
as I was atone time,
and Lydia E. Pink-
t-ompouna made ner well, so 1 took it ana
now I am just as well as I ever was. I
cannot understand why women don't
see how much pain and suffering they
would escape by taking your medicine.
1 cannot praise it enough for it saved
my lite and kept me from the Insane
Hospital. "Mrs. E. Sheldon, 6657 S.
Halsted St, Englewood, III.
Physicians undoubtedly did their best,
battled with this case steadily and could
do no more.but often the most scientific
treatment is surpassed by the medicinal
properties of the, good old fashioned
roots and herbs contained in Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
If any complication exists it
pays to write the Lydia E. Pink
liam Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.,
for special free advice.
Wheat Takes a Drop
and Is Down to $1.82
t'hicngo, Nov, I. December wheat
hail a (Imp of 3 H-4 points below the
opening today at $1.SS, one point low
er than yesterday's close. May nnd
July also fell sharply after low open
ings. A general hearisb sentiment and
heav selling by liin;s were factors in
the depression. December was down H
;t-4 over today's opening at $.X4li,
May down 1 .1-1 at $ I. :!, and .Inly
down 2 at $1.47.
Com had a weak undertone. Better
weather in the corn bell nnd in Argen
tine districts caused general selling.
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down 1 ', ut Si .t S.
Lats, averaged lowed on fair selling.
"Prember was down ..-8 at oil .i S and
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Provisions were generally steady,
January jnirk showing a good g.'iin.
At 12:4.'i December wheat had fallen
to t.x- :i-M six li-S under Inst night's
close. I.ongs were flooding the market.
Mav was down to I .H 1 .i-S u drop or
4 H-H, while July sold at 1.54'i, down
PORTLAND STRIKE ENDED
Portland, Ore., Nov. 1. Members of
the Internntioiiul Longshoremen's' as
sociation who have been on strike
against the San Francisco and Portland
Steamship company since June 22 re-
porteil for work tooay at the old wages,
50 cents an hour straight time, 75 cents
Officials of the steamship company
declared they would not give all the
strikers jobs nt once. They will only be
taken on when the strikebreakers leave
of their own initiative. The company
still refuses to recognize the closed shop.
A CLEAR COMPLEXION
Ruddy Cheeks Sparkling Eyes
Most Women Can Have
Says Dr. Edwards, a Well-Known
Dr. F. M. Edwards for 17 years
treated scores of women for liver and
bowel ailments. During these years he
gave to his patients a prescription made
of a few well-known vegetable ingredi
ents mixed with olive oil, naming them
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, you will
know them by their olive color.
These tablets are wonder-workers on
tlie liver and bowels, which cause a nor
mal action, carrying off the waste and
poisonous matter m one's system.
If you bave a pale face, sallow look,
dull eyes, pimples, coated tongue, head
aches, a listless, no-good feeling, all out
of forts, inactive bowels, you take one
of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablet nightly
for a time and note the pleasing results.
Thousands of women as well as men
take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the
turr-ssful substitute for calomel now
and then just to keep i;i the pink of con
dition. 10c and 23c per box. All druggists.
Brick Brothers Store News I
I BRICK BROTHERS, Props.
Benjamin Brick . - Isidore Brick
Cor. State and Liberty Sts.
Confidence; Every Purchase Guar
anteed A BTORE FOB BICH AKD POPE
Cash Onlv: Xo Credit.
PRICES ALWAYS LOWEST
Published every day in this cor-,
'ner during Dress-up Week, Oct. 29
to Nov. 4.
Almost three years In conducting
the business at our location, comer
of State and Liberty street, for
merly Oscar Johnson's stand, has
demonstrated to the casual observer-
that we have mado a positive
The first thing determined by us
was that we would do a cash busi
ness only making it possible for
us to sell our merchandise at the
very lowest prices' for we do not
have to contend with bad accounts,
a"ud couipell the good accounts to
make up for losses. We do not know
. . what, it means to hire collectors,
' which in itself is an expense thft
I ', must be made up somewhere and
4- somcnow. u e do not ueeii a dook
t keeper on accounts which is anoth
er mo nig;. " u uino Pv I'Tumi'i. nun
make our discounts, and pay strict
attention to our business both from
the important buying and selling
end. We also do not forget the most
gen Hie courtesy to our ustoiuers
whether they just look ' or really
purchase, it is all the same to us
and courtesy and kind treatment
with an abundance of patience are
all parts of the routine that helps
to make our business a success.
We will welcome a visit from you
$ik3ktcc:jc:(( )c c :
FLOW OF MOD FROM LASSEN
Hedding, Cnl., Nov. 1. A
sk steady stream of mud is flow-
iug from the crater of Mount $
4c Lassen, California's volcano,
down the northwestern slope in- $
to Mnnznnitn Lnke, according
to advices received here today
sk from the vicinity. This is de-
-k dared to have been going on $
for weeks, nnd it is predicted $
that eventually the lake, which
k is a quarter of a nule long and sk
an eighth of n mile wide will
be filled up.
Nation Wide Poll Is
Favorable to Wilson
The Literary Digest, for October 2S,
gives the summary of its replies
from over 3,000 correspondent in all
parts of the United States on the
presidential situation in their sev
eral localities. After making inves
tigations, 1771 of these correspon
dents make reports favorable to Wil
son and the reports of 1,4!)5 lire fa
vorable to Hughes. Keasous are
given by these correspondents in
most instances for their conclusions,
in the Pacific Const states Washington
nnd California are reported as being
likely to be in the Wilson column, Iduho
is about even, and Oregon is given to
Hughes by a small margin. n Mniuo
the reports say that "iniiiiy republicans
and progressives who voted their state
ticket in September will vote for Wilson
in November." The correspondents who
made these reports are of all political
Car Shortage Stops
Shipment of Apples
Hood Kiver, Ore., Oct. 31. Ruin yes
terday morning preventepd local orch-1
ardists from proceeding with their harv
est. But between showers yesterduy
afternoon hundreds of harvest hands!
continued to pick the fruit, over 200,-1
000 boxes of which reinnin on trees in '
the Knst Side orchards. The car short
age situation has tied up I he movement
of apples here. All warehouses are con-
gested and receiving stations at valley j
points havn been closed until relief!
comes, it is ootiinuted that the local
storage plants, even though the mrixi-j
innm number of ears are received, will1
be full to its capacity before the end
of the week. I
(Irowers nre now prepuring to haul
the fruit to local vacant business blocks
and empty basements. The cold weath
er is imminent nud many thousnnds of
boxes of Hood River fruit, it is feared,
will be caught exposed. I
Cnnmliiin, Texas, Nov. 1. ('hnides T.
Russell, known as "Pastor" Kussell, an
independent minister, editor of the
Watch Tower, nnd prominent author,
died yesterduy afternoon on an Atchi
son, Topckn & Snntn Fe train en route
from I.os Angeles to New York. Heart
disease was Kiven as the cause.
Pastor Hussell complained of feeling
ill soon nfter leaving l.os Angeles nud
Gradually grew worse. Death came while
the train was stopped at Pniupn, Texas,
near here. The body Is behiK sent to
Kansas City. Mo., 011 the train 011 which
the minister died.
Pastor ltussell was born in Pittsburg,
In Apparel for Men
this week or any other week. We
are always ready to dress you up
or down. ......
.This heading may not mean much
to the reader but it should be. an.
inspiring -magnet- to the- thinking
man. You know one gets his mind
so wrapped up in his work ,that he
often neglects his personal appear
ance, to his final detriment. It cohts
very little ror a man to keep up in
dress and personal appearance, if
once he gets himself a couple of
suits and takes turns in changing,
them, the clothes will always look
neat, and it will improve your ap
earance a hundred per cent. People
will be more anxious to meet and
talk with you, it. will, give you a
greater amount of prestige and it
will inspire you to do. better and
greater things, and to work for bet
ter and greater incomes. Just try it.
It's up to you. Get the idea?
The Glad Hand
We extend the glad hand of wel
come and fellowship to all men and
boys who desire to visit our store
during dress up week.
See Our Windows
See our interesting windows, but
don 't forget to remember if you
don 't see it in the window, you
will find it inside.
We know a corporation president
who judges his help- by the shoes
they wear; there is nothing thnt
looks poorer than a man with a
splendid suit of clothes and a poor
pair of shoes, Make every week your
Dress I'p Week, and wear good ap
pearing shoes. We carry the mil inn
ally known Crawford Shoes.
The late style Balinacann and
liulinuroons in top coats that tit
Pa., February 1(1, 1S52. He was presi
dent of tho Watch Tower Bible & Tract
society of Pennsylvania, the Iuterna-
uouai Dime ntu, ents- association or ..Tll,.n eVerybodv would know its sen
London, and the People's Pulpit nssocia- ret."
tion of New York. '
( . fhr. II
aches! Wf life
oven is on
level with shoul
ders. You can
easily realize what
a big difference it
makes in the days work.
High Oven Range
has no Superior when it comes to quick and perfect
baking results. It will heat your home and cook
your meals with one fire.
' Think of it burns either soft' coal, slack or
lignite. They are all cheap fuels and are burned
bright and clean by the Hot Blast fuel saving draft.
Put one in your home today.
5 (A Nam "Cafe's" on (A Oven
Door Nona Genuine WilAout it.
E. L STIFF & SON,
Court & Liberty Streets
TRY OUR HOUSEHOLD WASH
All you do is iron the starch pieces
We Iron the Flat' Pieces
5c per pound
Capital City Steam Laundry
loose and make an excellent appenr
nneo are on exhibition at our store
for your inspection and remember
these coats are :
Talk about makes we carry the
leading line from the leading house. -
Rosenwald & Weil
- Evervono tlmf '-L-nAir.- "-i.ir.ij,h-'
khows Rosenwald ft'"reil,.'for they'.'!
are-.-the PnthfitoW. ;.. . ...Irak:.... .
specialties and we are iproud' to J
number their line in our represent
tion Of -'clothes for Dress uppers', ' " -
Union men like to dress up in t
Union clothes. We have the splen- I
mi lui.vi viAjjiifcs with Jtho
Union Label nt prices no greater
than without the label.
Hear the Label just the same. The I
Crawford Shoe always has the La I
Carry tho Union Label.
Ts also Union Labeled. In fact wo
can fit you for Dress-up Week in T
anything you may desire, with the X
Lubel sewed on each garment. J
Buy A Necktie .
Our neckwear department is always X
complete, and the fanciest dresser J
can be suited by us. T-
For Dress-up Week don't forget. 4-
We carry complete lines.
"I wish success were a woman. "
"Why?". Y. . .