Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 02, 1916, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1916.
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Home Coming U. of O.
Nov. 2-4, at Eugene
SALEM'S AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS, WARNER'S & PARISIANA CORSETS
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and Salem Week Specials
Our friends and customers know that they have always found bur special offerings beyond
their expectations. The magnitude and importance of our next two days' offerings are
wonderful. The bargains that await you are unparalleled.
Dress Up Week Sale
Suits and Coats
To $15.00 Coats $ 9.95
To $20.00 Coats 1 $14.95
To $27.50 Coats $18.90
To $25.00 Suits $14.95
To $27.00 Suits $17.35
To $35.50 Suits $19.95
Latest New York creations in fine
tailored Suits of fine poplin, serge and
gabardine, finished with large collars,
inlaid with silk velvet or trimmed with
fttr. Colors black, brown, green and
navy.
Latest styles, of wool velour, fancy
mixtures, plaids, zibiline and tweeds.
All have the newest large collars trim
med in velvet and fur. All colors.
New Children's Coats, Spl $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
35c Brassieres
25c
50c Brassieres
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25c White Hose
15c
35c Silk Lisle
Black and. .
White Hose
25c
75c Children's
Sweaters
39c
$1.00 Corduroy
and Felt Tarns
39c
$1.00 Crushers
39c
Warner's and
Parisiana
Corsets
98c
New Petticoats ! 69c to $3.75
New stylish, practical and serviceable Petti
coats. Made in tailored fashion of finest quality
sateen, peak-silk and chiffon taffeta. Splendidly
finished throughout. Come in colors of black,
navy, green, rose, purple, dark red and copen;
also combination flounce effects of plaids and
flowered designs. All have self-fitting tops.
Especially priced 69c to $3.75
(See window display).
Underwear and Hosiery
Women's Fine Black Hose, all sizes 12 l-2c
Women's Fine Lisle Hose at 19c and 25c
Women's Heavy Quality Silk Fiber Hose
at 37c and 49c
Children's Fine Lisle Hose, in black, white
pink and blue at 17 l-2c and 25c
Children's Heavy School Hose at . . 15c and 12c
Children's Heavy Fleeced Unions at 49c and 59c
Children's Heavy Fleeced Vests & Pants 25c up
Children's Wool Union Suits at ... .bc ana up
Women's Extra Heavy Fleeced Ribed
Vests and Pants 49c
Women's Heavy Fleeced Union Suits 49, 59, 88c
Women's Wool Union Suits $1-49
35c Turkish Bath Towels 23c
Excellent quality Turkish Bath Towels, extra
heavy quality and closely woven, size 25x42;
very special, each .23c
Young Men's Overocats, Values to $20, for
$6.95, $7.95 and $9.65
Young Men's Overcoats, made of fine quality
worsteds and English tweeds, beautifully hand
tailored and lined throughout with guaranteed
linings. A most wonderful offer at
$6.95, $7.95, $9.65
Shoes for the Whole Family, Priced Below Present
Wholesale Prices
Children's fine quality Velour Calf Button
Shoes especially priced at . . . .$1.49 $1.75, $1.98
Boys' Heavy School Shoes, lace style, with in
destructible soles, sizes 1 to 2; very special $1.79
Big Boys' Calfskin Button Shoes, English welt,
oak sole, sizes 2 1-2 to 6; very special .... $1.98
Women's Fine Kid Shoes, button style, medium
heel, round toe; special : $2.39
Women's Fine Glazed Kid Boots, latest styles,
9-inch top ; very special $3.75
Men's Gun Metal Blucher or Button style, dull
top, half double sole, senator last; very spl $2.49
Men's very fine Velour Calf Dress Shoe, button
style, genuine oak soles and rubber heel;
special $3.75
Men's fine Kid Blucher, Goodyear welt, flexible
sole and rubber heel, nature last; worth $5.00;
special $3.95
Beautiful Dress Goods and Silks for Less.
Extra Heavy Quality Storm " Serge, very fine
weave, comes in colors of black, navy,, brown,
red and burgundy; very special, per yard. . 59c
Fine Quality Plaid Suitings, suitable for Chil
dren's dresses, etc., "6 inches wide; very spl 23c
:!6-inch wide Fine Silk Poplin, in all the newest
evening and street shades; very special, yd 84c
$1.50 House Dresses 98c
Pretty House Dresses, made of fine quality
gingham in a large variety of pretty patterns
and styles; very special 98c
Parisiana Reducing Corsets $1.98
Parisiana Reducing Corset, made of extra
heavy quality French coutil, extra heavily
boned throughout, sizes 34 to 36; very spl $1.98
Men's Black
Socks, Special
8V3C pr.
GALE & COMPANY
Formerly the Chicago Store
SALEM'S biggest popular priced Department Store Not connected with any
other in this city. CORNER COURT AND COMMERCIAL, STS., SALEM, ORE
Men's Extra
Heavy Blue
Denim and
Striped
Overalls
98c
$1.00 Golf and
Negligee Shirts
49c
$1.25 Men's
Winter Weight
Ribbed Union
Suits
69c
25c Suspenders
19c
$2.00 Men's
Flannel Shirts,
two pockets,
regulation mil
itary style,
khaki color
$1.29
$2.50 Boys'
Gun Metal
Button Shoes
$1.89
$2.50 Women's
. Heavy Gun
Metal Shoes,
lace style
$1.69
$1.00 Waists,
made of fine
materials, col
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broidery , 38c
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The Big Game of the Year
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Reduced Fares on Sale
Nov. 2, 3, 4
from all stations
Roseburg and north main
line and branches.
Return Limit Nov. 6th.
Ask local agent for information.
John M. Scott,
Gen. Pass. Agt.
Portland, Ore.
DEPARTMENT SHOWS
Corporation Com missioner
Turns Over Increase
$14,092
Adding the $10,251.09 increase of re
ceipts in the state corporation depart
ment over iHl.i anil tne w rav
ing in the operating expenses of the
department gives the sum of 14,092,
which is turned over to the state treas
urer bv Corporation Commissioner
Hchulderman ns the net gain .of the
department for the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1916. This information is giv
en in the annual report of the corpora
tion commissioner to Governor Withy
combe, which was filed yesterday after
noon. From July 1, 1914, to .Tune 30, 1915,
the gross receipts of the deartmeiit
were $189,105.01, and from July 1, 1915,
to June 30, 1916, the gross receipts
were $199,350.70, which shows an in
crease of business amounting to $10,-
251.09. This increase was made in spite
of the fact that the collection of an
nual fees from banks was transferred
from the corporation department to the
banking department, and which was in
cluded in the corporation report for
last vear.
The saving in operating expenses of
the department amount to $.l,S4(i.il
Last vear the disbursements were $19,
901.77 ami this year 1 0.120.80. Of the
gross receipts $52,230.21 was paid by
foreign corporations as entrance and
license fees.
Other figures given by the depart
ment show that 030 domestic corpora
tions filed articles, and 13 that had
been dissolved were reinstated, 078 dis
solved, and a total on record 9291; 73
foreign corporations were licensed, 81
were disqualified to do business in
Oregon, 4 were reinstated, With a total
on record of O.iS, and a total of domes
tic and foreign as 9949.
During the past year forty-foiir cor
porations with aggregate capitalization
$7-,fs.,uuti reduced tneir capitali
zation to 4S,i22,ii.0, a total reduction
$24,162,450: seventy-four COrporn-
ilg UOIlS increased i-upiwtl iruiu KKit-,;t.iu
lof $4,503,373 to $9,2S9.274, a total in-
lljerense of $4,725,901.
II ! Building and loan associations have
on iicposu Willi me coi puriiuun cuiu-
missioner the sum of $.i,M4,Io.i.;k! ns
security for their transaction of busi
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Two Theatrical Men Pur
chase World's Champion
Ball Players
Boston, Mass., Nov. 2. A deal suid
to involve $075,000 has been closed hero
whereby the world's champions, the
Boston Red Sox, become tho property
ot two theatrical men, Harry H. Grawe,
of jfew York, and Hugh Ward, of Philadelphia.
Joseph J. Lanning, former president
and owner of the club, kept the big deal
secret to the last moment, denying em
phatically that he would see and men
disposing of the champions at a sum
close to three quarters of a million
dollars. The purchase price, which is
not eiven out. is for the franchise alone
and does not include the grounds of tho
club, Fenway park.
Frazee is owner of the l.ongacre tne
atrc in New York and the Cort thentro
in Chicago.
Bill Carrigan, who piloted the Box to
two successive championships, is tho
man the new owners want for manager,
they said today, but Bill has announced
his retirement and reiterated his state
ment that the change in management
will have nothing to do with his giving
up the game.
No change in the management or pol
icy of the elub will be made, the new
owners declare.
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TOBACCO SUPPLY SHY
Washington, Nov. 2. Domes
tic, tobacco held in the United
States by large manufacturers
on October 1 amounted to 270,
275,297 pounds, compared with
335,307,057 last year; imported
tobacco 58,290,911 pounds,
against 63,637,893 last year, ac
cording to the census bureau to
day. The term "large manu
facturers" means those who pro
duced last year 50,000 pounds of
tobacco or 250,000 cigars or 1,
000,000 ciragcttes.
Tho canneries on the Umpqua have)
raised the price of fish from 20 to 30c.
Journal Want Ads Bet Results.
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FORTVAUX
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has hulled his ndvnuco in
liobrudjii, apparently because of a
shortage o? men, to protect Ma long line
n L.ug the river Danube,
stnnzt, recently captured by the Ger
mans and Bulgnrs, wit limit -success, it
was officially announced today.
" liiimiininn attacks ngninst the Aus
trO'Gcrmnn troops that lind advanced
beyond Altschiins and Tredenl l'uss fail
ed under losses," the war office stilted.
"We captured eight officers and 200
ineu. SSouth of Red Tower l'nss engage
ments which ii ro favorable to us eon-
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VII milium. eln-. ..nti.m ,.
I b put -ho from Bucharest declare tinue.
, ; '. , , , . ,.,,.,, "Ou the Macedonian front Serbian
that Mn.kensen has been ,r,7cod to send' , le lVniB bom, ttllll llortll
sfveriil regiments to the Transylvanlan
front to aid Fnlkenhayn. Tho withdraw
ii I of these" troops Is said to have check
ed his offensive operations.
Practically everywhere along the
Tiansylvnniuii front excepting south of
Ki'A Tuv.-er Pass the Rumanians are
taken from them.
I'nited Mtutes department officials
had heard up to late today that only
the officers of the escort were shot
down. The escort was commanded by an
efficcr ruined Gutman.
That General Mavcotte had come into
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ill miles southeast from t.i nue, wnere (miu o Bni,himlia eanyou nlld wa ge.
the outposts of reishing's expedition verely defeated, win the . report reach
are situated. ing two I'nited states department
Since Villa 's advance toward Chihua-; !"' '.'. The losses were very
hua City, it is reported another force of , . , .Xorreon No eonfirn.a-
American troops has been posted much
nearer tho Mexican National railway
and the scene of the train massacres.
Because ho was thought to be an Am
erican citizen, one of the bandit lead
ers struck lr. Hnffner over the head
i with the butt ot his rifle and left him
holding their own, the Austro-Germnns : Huig reported today that there were nojfor dead. General Gonzules. de facto
romiuHiiuf r ni iiunrrx, niiinwiu-ru mi
of Nidr.e Plnniua were repulsed,
"On tho Struma front there have
been active foreground engagements."
Rain on British Front.
London, Nov. 2 A heavy rain fell
on the British front last night. General
important developments. '
It's All Theirs.
Rome, Nov. 2. Resuming their drive
on Trieste, the Italians yesterday oc
cupied the Austrian line at several
Shelled Constants. points south of the Oppncchinseiia t.a-
wlreleas ta Snwilln. V. t . CastagneifM road and captured 4.I.U
Kot. 2. Enemy warships hare shelled prisoners, it was officially announced
the KumnniHu Hlnck sch port or ion-
Ir.'.ve been checked in their ndvnnce on
( ami idling, l.ut are continuing tliolr
licavy nttnel-.s in the Alt valley, where
the loss of two villages by the Human
inn was officially conceded yesterday.
nig
tion hat been obtained of these reports.
Car Shortage May
Cause Fuel Famine
period.
While wheat and certain other grains
have been rushed into the market this
season, earlier than over before, in or
der to profit by prevailing high prices
officials here believe that certainly less
than half the nation's crops have yet
been moved.
Evidence of nn absolutely serious
shortage of fuel accumulated yester
day with reports from middle western
and eastern industrial cities of actual
suspension of activity through lack of
fuel.. Factories in some cities have been
forced to close their doors pending ar
rival of coal. I'rgent appeals are being
sent out from the vicinity ot -New lork
city.
CAB SHORTAGE STOPS BUILDING
Washington, Nov. 2. Prospect of a
nation wide fuel shortage, through
official report slated that Uaf filer was RPij 0f freiuht cars, was strengthened
! stunned, but will recover- j by the reports to the dcartmcnt of
I Additional details have reached Ju-j agriculture, indicating less than hall
flhil i n'ffii.iul riuinrt. in f?nflnllll. Then.. .hi. nntiiiu r rnlu km-A nt Vpt htWn
jtra'n was held up as it stoped at I.a-moved to distributing centers.
: guna station about 7 p. m. Monday. The The coming month is the heaviest
; loot taken by the bandits was loaded Icrop moving month of the year, more
into wagons waiting near the station, i than 15 per cent of all crops leaving
I The clothing of even the women wasithe farm for the markets during this
Roseburg, Ore., Nov. 2. A shortage
of cars hn delayed the work on the
j new Roseburg high school building, as
' material contractors are unable to ship
in brick and lumber- Fruit shipments
also have been delayed, apples, which
under normal conditions would be in
New York, now being in local ware
houses.
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