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We, Brick Bros., have bought the Men's and Boys' Clothing Establishment of
the late Oscar Johnson, known as the Plymouth .
THE BAIJEM OAHT AI. JOTOKAL. SALEM; OREQOW, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1914.
Come to our store and let us welcome you and get acquainted. We want to meet every man and
boy in Salem and vicinity who may become a trader at our store. We will do a fair and square busi
ness. We are here to stay and run a clean, up-to-date business. When we have anything to say and
advertise the fact, you may believe every word of it, and we will endeavor in every act to merit the
confidence of the buying public.
fJ TI? "PlHfcl irV We wil1 carry a eneral line Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings, from the best quality to the
VJ KJ aV IT VSJLilVs 1 cheapest, so no matter what the size of your purse may be when vou are readv to purchase, vour wants ran
be satisfied. Since the late Oscar Johnson's management, the stock has not been kept up to full capacity. But we assure you that from now . . ,r.n.,
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ISADORE BRICK on it will be complete in every detail.
CUT THIS OUT
TIiih Certificate, whea properly indorsed by Brick Brothers, will he good
e up to and including .Murcn J, is;u.
for 86.00 in trade any time up
Vpon purchasing a suit at our store during the week of November 15 to and
including November 2:1, to the amount of 10 or over, and presenting tins cer
tificate, properly signed and addressed, the holder may select $5.00 in merchan
dise Immediately or may retain Certificate and at uny timo prior to March i may
select the merchandise, which consists of Hats, Shoes, Overalls, Caps, Boys
Clot hug, Mnckinaws, Kainconts, Underwear, Hosiery, Neckwear, in fact anything
in our store.
Formerly Oscar Johnson's Plymouth
Corner State and Liberty Streets, Salem
Just to get acquainted with you and 'to meet you, we will give
you absolutely tree
We will endorse the certificate and vou can buv with it at
once or any time before MARCH 1, 1915, any article just the same SI
as you can buy with money. It
We give this $5.00 inducement simply to advertise our store.
We can do so for the very good reason that we bought this
stocK lor buc on the dollar, making this offer possible.
$5.00 IN MERCHANDISE
v GET-ACQUAINTED INDUCEMENT We want to get ac
quainted with all buyers of men's and boys' merchandise who
patronize Salem. Even though you may have no immediate
with every Suit, Overcoat or Raincoat purchased on or before needs, come in and get acquainted. Make our store your head
November 23. Just cut out this certificate and write your name quarters. Use our telephone No. :i55 when you come to town,
and address PLAINLY on it.. Come and buy a SUIT, OVER- We will carefully take any message for you. We will also have
COAT or RAINCOAT before the 2:5rd. a desk for your use. We will make you feel right at home when
ever you enter our store.
CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS TO MEN & BOYS
FORMERLY OSCAR JOHNSON'S "PLYMOUTH",
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Social and Personal Notes
By Mollie Runcorn
Mis. Charles .eist, Mrs. E. A. Thomp
son', Mrs. P. U Krn.ier, Mrs. C. 8. Kich
nrdson, Mrs. (leorge Hrassfiold, Mrs.
Krcd Urassfield, Mrs. Victoria llohler,
Mrs.'F. h. I'urvino and Mis. O. A. Dav
idson. About 130 were, present at the danc
ing party given hy the Kilts' lodge, in
tiieir hall Thursday evening. Kings and
floral decorations, carried out in the
Salem's contribution for the big 'elans, as a Herman dancing class, under lougs eo.ors, pur le am vane, mane
CiiiUtmal shin which sails for Eu-'the direction of Marry Mills, as a tier- a rac ive setting tor ho dancers,
rone on th Mnd of this month, ,an instructor, furnished one of the The 1-Jks' orchestra furnished the nm
2 Mibc al and enthusiastically made. ! most pleasing numbers on the progrem, r. This ftas the lirst aftn.r of the
The effort oriuinated locally by Hev. which elose.l with n yell contest I . " , ' , " " "r,K
and Mrs. J, ('. Hpcncer, of the Leslie ' twecu the two schools. Kef rcsntnents
M. E. church, spread rapidly until in- vera served by members of the domes
terest was general all over the city, tic scienco class in the gymnasium,
und hod It been suggested earlier the Previous to the football game, Halem
.hlmm-nt. which was coniiilcted today, ' studjnts escorted the visitors on tours
would have equalled any jiont by cities of inspection, to the various stute iiist i
.in.iinr mWi, ihrmifflioiit the United 1 tutions uud Idaccs of interest about the
of similar size throughout the United ; tutions uud plai
Htntos. l'coplo from all parts or wuiem ituj.
responded promptly, ami one nuiguuor
this year, anil ushered in the regular
monthly dances, which are. featured by
tins lodge each season.
The young men's und young women's
classes of the Jason I.eo Memorial M.
10, church will meet ill their church
parlors tonight and give a basket so
cial, A short program will he given,
hood iiathercd In afternoon sessions for Miss K, H. Maurer, who is in cliarge , un.l all young people or tne city ore ni
ovcrul davs. fashioning clothing and of the Immigration bureau at Angel j vited to be present. All young women
IN STATE RETURNS
Chamberlain Has About 23,000 Lead
and Wlthycombe Is Ahead. 25,000
f'oiuplete returns from every county
in the stute show Unit Dr. .lame's
Withvcoinbe, Kopiiblican, was elected
(lovernor of Oregon bv a plurndltv of
23,040 over Dr. C. .1. Hniith, Democrat,
ami that licorge r.. I hamhcrlnin,
Dcinociot, was elected United Htates
Senator by a plurality of approximate
ly S.,MM voles over H. A. llooth,
J hese f mures nrp. official from 24
counties, but. unofficial, although com
plete, from the remaining countios.
Thomas H. Kav, Hen 12(1.117
1). I.ee Paget, Dem 7lt,2N(
II, Woop, Soc 1S,I)71
(lor.ens of urtlcles of wearing apparel.
Mr. Hpencer states that the articles
received were of the best quality, ond
that both he und Mrs. H nencer feel
very grateful to nil those who' have as
sisted them in making tills mo.l worthy
i ovemeut a success ill Hulvm.
Mrs. (Dr.) K. K. Fisher will enter
tain the members of the Grant school
J urent-Teucheis' association lit her
home toniuht. Although a sociul hour
Island. Cal.. just returned from Wash
ington, I), t:., and is visiting nt the
home of her sister, Mrs. Ii, V. Hongs,
of ."m"H South Nineteenth street. Miss
Maurer will deliver an nddress at Al
bany next Sunday on her way to Han
Frumiseo. Miss Maurer Is with the
Deaconess Home In the latter city.
Miss Ilessio Foster, of Portland, was
the week end guest of Mrs. Mildred
Kolwrtson llrooks, coining up Friday
will be enjoyed the meeting is called urteruoon. Ulie Is one or tne most pop
principally' to discuss business of Im- jUlur teachers in the public schools of
Jiortunce to tho association. Meeting . Portland, and was formerly an instruct
will bo called at 7:.'W o'clock. or In the Lincoln school, and haa many
1 friends here. .
In celebration of tho seventh birth-1
ilnv of her beautiful little daughter, llev. Cuil F, Klllott will speak In the
Iiilinson entertained ciianel (Waller hall) of Willamette mil-
a group of sniall folk Huturdav at her versify tonight on the "Poetry of l'hll
protty suburban homo. The rooms weroinnthropy." The lecture will begin at
gay with floral decorations., where the o cioca aim is iree io ine puiinc
n.rri...l nf Invnnlli. names were enloV- Poellcul selections will be read to il
I'd. Mrs. Cl'vde Johnson and Mrs. Jo ! lustrato the subject, ami it will be made
aeph Peery assisted Mrs. Johnson In j especially Interesting throughout,
t.tnriuitiiiir Hia fiillnwlntr! Louise Her- ft
i-in. ViruiniR Dorcas. Pauline Newberry, Members of the Purent-Tenrhers' as-
t,iiilli,K .liihiiftim. M lneta I'eerv. Jose-Isocialion of the Grant school were fur
l.hme llross, Maiiuiug llrnsa. Knunetlr' nlshcd a ilellghlful evening s inversion
' ' n I 1.1.1. 1-.. ... I MV. I ..nil.. I U'bIxIi
NEW MAPS COMPLETED
BY STATE FORESTER
The Big One Is 10 by 10 Foot and 1
Drawn on a Scale of Three Miles to
the Inch Shows All the Boundaries, '
, Roads and Tracts in the State, i
Htuto Forester F. A. Elliott, hns re-
ceived ami has mounted upon tho wiilli
of his office tho latest and most nc-iT
curnte, If not the largest, map of the T
Hlato of (Iregon in tho State. It was
compiled by Theodore Itowland, one of!
the best engineers und draughtsmen In I
tho state, under the direction of Mr.!
Klllott iiml is one of tho (Irst, if not
nm umy iiiHji in exisience ivuicii sllous
aro leipiestcd to bring baskets.
Among tho season's elaborate and
brilliant affairs in Portland last week
was the debut reception nt which Mrs,
Themas U. lluilcy presented her charm
lug and clever daughter, Miss Gene
vieve, Saturday afternoon. Hundreds
of Portland's smart set thronged tho
Halley residence. Although the fair
debutanto has really "been out" for
ono season, sho has never hud a formal
debut until Saturday, She is a renin ik
ubly clever artist, nnd has but recently
returned from a ecn months' trip to
Carmel, Oil., thn colony of artists,
where she studied with William M.
Chase, a will-knmvn New York artist,
who was summering there.
Miss Iliuley is the daughter of tho
lute Judge Tliemns O, lliiiiey, and tho
great-granddaughter of Hon, John 1J.
Hnlley, one of Oregon' first pioneers.
Among the assistants nt this affair
were Mrs, George K. I'humberliiln and
Miss Carrie l.cc Chamberlain.
The marriage of Miss Pearl Vender,
youngest, danjiiter of Mr, and Mrs, An
drew Vercler, to John Dennett, came us
Jtoliottson, rrlitny, wnen Mrs, i.ueiiu J. nsisn a surprise lo ner ineniis. hid cent-
entertained with an old fashioned I moiiy was quietly performed yesterday
M V. I, I.iint? of Ilnv Cltv. and quilting party, hverythlng from tne afternoon at the r irsi i nrisnun ciiureii
her Inugliter, Mrs, Mnbel I.nnts I'ettys,
uf Port land, were w eek end guests oi
Justice Supreme Court.
Henry J. Henn, Hen,
llenrv L. Hensnn, Hep
('. J.'llrlght, Prohl
T. II. Crawford, Dem
Wm, Gnllowny, Dem
Lawrence T. Harris, Hep
Addison G. Ilotchkis, Soc
Thomas A, Mcllridc, Hep
Charles 11. Often, Soc
William M, Knmanv, Dem
David lloblnson, Soc
W. T. Slater, Dem
Georue M. Hrown, Hep
J, K, llosnier, Soc
John A. .left rev Dem.
VMinani i . liont, I'ro"
iiuaint costumes of the uuests to re
freshments of sweet elder and dough-
hnlem friends.. This was Mrs. Lnntx's nuts added a suggestion In keeping with
the occasion, Olil lai-liHiueil.gninc were
revived ami pastimes almost forgotten
were participated In,
The gnrdens surrounding the hos
tesses' residence are quite noted for
their beauty, nnd splendid floral speci
mens were used profusely in i.rnnmeiit
iug the rooms. Dahlias and rlirysnn
themums in tne rich tones of gold ami
(.browns were most attractive in the liv
ing room and a large Imwl of gulden
first visit to Salem for some time, and
during her stay sho was claimed for
informal afternoons and dinners by
many of her friends.
About eight hundied and fifty stn
dentil of Halem high and Kugcne high
ehools participated in the jolly-up giv
en at the high school building Satur
day evening, following the brief but
interesting program, which opened with
talk by Frederick Deekubsch, presi
dent of the student body. A response
was mad by the president of the Ku
gcne student body. Principal Nelson
and Principal Hugg, of the two schools,
followed with a few remarks, and Miss
iai7omigc, Hev. F. T. Pinter officiat
ing. Tho young couple will make their
lioni" on North Twenty tlilrd street.
Mrs. Dennett Is a talented young violin
Iste ami a sister of Mrs. Thomiis Hob
mull (Viola Vercler), of Han Francisco.
Donald lllake, son of Wm. Illnkc, Is
r(t..nvi-inir hli-elv finin mi attack of
centred marguerites were much admired tvl,hnd fVer, and Is able to be around
as n table centerpiece in the dining-, a(l(i)li He hs been lck for six week.
room. a. Lnpton, mannger of the dvcr-
Those who were bidden as guests ylfUllt department of Mevers store,
were! Mrs. J. N. Shantr., Mis. K. spent Sniidnv In Albanv, visiting nt the
r isncr, .urn. .p. it. oDmin, .i rs. r.Mnrn hnni-1 of relatives.
, it .1 I .1.1. . .a I lnvv h llnvtil Trnfttitf- l rft Hnil-Ml
jieien iiouue (ichmiiipu wnn ei ....... ... . ..........
In. in which she was accominitiied by Salver, Mrs. .1. Stnlililef icld, Mrs in
Miss Tiuth Kchults at the piano. Girls
of Miss Mirriam'i physical culture
Tndo, M.rs. V, Mcllwaine, Mr. M. Dal
tiinnre, Mrs. Lee Marh, Mrs, S. Yates,
There Is one thing a man never falls
to find when ho looks fur it, and that
MILL CITY WOMAN
KILLS HER HUSBAND
Albany, Dr., Nov. 1(1, ( liiim
lug that sho shot in self de
fense, .Mrs, Frank drier Is under
orient today facing a probiible
charge of first decree murder
as the result of the death of
Crier was shot through the
abdomen with a 22 cnlibro rifle
Saturday and died Sunday.
Following the shooting Mrs.
drier took rnfugo in tho houso
011 the farm nenr Mill City
where the shooting occurred,
and, armed with the gun re
fused to submit to arrest,
The house was watched by
Mill City officers who feared to
attempt her capture because of
her known ability to shoot ac
curately. Late Saturday night,
however, she eluded their vigil
linen and surrendered to the
Mrs. drier had reeenly filed
suit for divorce,
jc ' 111 i 11 i in u 111 cost to the grower .and to
finance tho member of the orunni.a-
tion, through a central orgiiuiMition, to
'bo composed of trustees to bo named
by ench stute association. It will bo
I necessary to incorporate the cent ral, or
parent liody, and provide it with sulfi-
tho COUIltV lilies llllNllllllitlV neeiirnl,,
It Is drawn upon tho scalo of two
Inches to the township, or three miles'
to tho inch, ami is nbout 10 by 10 fectl
sipmro. It is known ns a "roads ami
trails" map nnd shows every roail nnd
1 1 it II throughout tho forested sections
of thn state. This map, nnd another
which Is drawn upon the scale of one
and oiiehalf inches to tho township and
will lie known as the "nocket niap"
showing tho roads and trails of the for-
esls, was produced at an approximate Tnp tiriirC liril I UAtS'
cost of 1(1,000, the lithographing- work HE INNES WILL NOW
nniiiit ujMiu miit 1111 HI npproxiiiiHi lll
.fi.hOO. The lillioirriiphii' nlates. how.
t'ver, are the property of the slate und
1 I reproductions of the two maps may be
. . procured from the Statu Forester, ns
Ik ilill """" " nr" I"''ii,,mIi Bt "bout ifLTi
in 1 i-il f"r "ln "'' n'lult !.')
' , each for the "pocket map."
Mr. Klliott Is a I no daily expecting to
BE SENT TO GEORGIA
Drown 'a iiliirnlitv
Biipennteiiaent rutiuc instruction,
A. II, Hurtou, ipog,-prohl.
J. A. Churchill, Hcp.-Dein.
r lorn I., l oremnii, Soc,
John II. Lewis, Hep. Deurt 1
O, P. Hnff, Hep. Dein 1(11
Snnfield Mncdonald, Prog.
San Anionic, Tenia, Nov. (l--Clinrg-eil
with thn liireeuy nf 10110 from
Mis. l-itoise Nelms Dennis, Victor Ju
nes and Mis, J lines, of Oregon, arrest
d nenr Kltircm. several weeks litro. Iin-
AK1t7i r,,,",'iv '" Uo H. forestry deport- u,,,,,,,.,.! hem today that thev would
'on'.' ";,'"t, nt 'i"hi"gtuii, a map in colors! nilt r,.,yt ,,xtrndition to Atluiitn, (in,,
"iiimuiK iiiit 111111111111 Him uuiiiMiiiricn ui
thn natloiiiil forests In the state which
will be upon (lie same scale nnd the
) same sire as tho smaller edition of the
K,. ..... roads and trails nm p. This map is
''' 1 printed In colors to show the status of
. 1 tlio timbered area within tho forest
' riiscrvitu. (Ircell will rnnriiiutiil
I . . ... u
... 2.1,4 is
ient cnpitaliMitioii to haiidlo every bale
of hops produced on tho Pacific coast,
if necessary, and to finance the weaker
gruwer over pencils of depression,
llnefly slated, these plans are:
1 1 11 11 1. To iiruani.o sepamte stutn
iiigauiMitiuiis, us has been done, and a
ut 111 1 ecipoiiltinn mid to Issue stocn
to the growers. This plan conteinplnt. 1
the nlisoliite purchuso of the hops ut the.
market price or at a price wnich will
alluw the grower a reasonable profit
over the cost or production, and to din-
11 there is no market lor the bulancn
to destroy them and ta puy the grower
a fair price for the same.
Flan 2. No stuck to bo issued; or
giini.atlnu to be funned us In I'luu I,
but to conduct the business of the cor
poration upon funds to be raised
through membership fees, the amount of
lee to be fixed by the board of triiR
teej, and the (rowers to deal through a
corporation commission basis.
I'laa .'1. S111110 as plu u 2, but tho cor
poration has the right lo buy the grow
ers' hops at (lie market price, return
ing him a dividend fro 111 the profits nt'
the Mile of the hops, less a small com
mission to defray the expenses of ear
I'VilM on the business.
All Will Have a Voice,
As vet the Orcu.011 association I1111
formulated no specific, plans of ulti
mate consolidation, and it is hot known
whether the Wuslii union association
has; but the Oregon association lui
snuiii substantial business men a law
yer and a banker and practical mil
experienced growers upon Its delegation
' ri ti I will ho thoroughly competent lo
look alter the Interests of the Oregon
growers. 1 nder the plans uhove out,-
when) tliey will go to trial,
. InccM und his wife were overlnved
, , ;giowcr. 1 imi-r urn iiiiiiis Hiiuvo oui.-
lit the prospect of leaving the 'jail here, jn0l, ,)m,ril, M(.K jtl
where thev have been held ill Conner
tlon with the disappearance nf Mrs.
proportion to tho number of bales ho
produces each year, and every member
August Nikuln, Soc 2l,(i
Dennla and her sister, Miss llcntrice ,)f r)(,Mjw,ti0 d corporation lint
Xjitlftftk A It II Ill Itt llfilllP lltftlllllftftt.. J
iii-riiin, J smhiu'- ui miiim-i I'M"""" I nt t.ini vn Hit ill t hrt I i-n nan.-1 11 11 .f thn
R,I - -...l ...:i'.. ..ill I.- .1: : l' V" . ' . ' "
., st.1ndl.1g tl.nberi yellow the burned1 ". ""... .... ul 1110 "'g'"""tl". wheluor
WI . 1 ...I. .. 1.1 1 because the district attorney here says 1... ,.. . , hM ... k .r-.,,.
the burned over aiea not restoekiKI ' "," "'.'""n ''"i" I'lT ."."'l'" n,""!" I ,"'r,'', This feature of the organ-
urple the logged over area restock
11 ' 1 -in . I'm u 1 ingl blue nnd logged over area not re-
Huff's plurality ....1 J(I,.1N4, bI,.m nm ,r7w the brush mid
ip ti ,Rk". M'd.(C '"n T I ,-,,,,J rocky land. Copie, of these maps will
Frank .1. Miller, Hcp,DenPrng. 1 ,1 1,1 M, fm my f K1it non
' Ic'irala 2I,I1 ln a M ,y nn.v, nl lt r, .,t
stain. ate tno iieiicr tnnt .mis. uennis, i,,,,!,,,, 1. ,iaiu..,l to nvoid the in.l.
and her sister are dead.
Miller's majority 1.1l,il72
James T, ( iiilinock wns elected su
perintendent water division No. I and
George T. Cochran of district No. 2.
Neither had opposition,
The foregoing figures do not Include
the complete vote from Polk county on
the offices nf Attorney-General, Super
intendent Publlr Instruction, l-'.iiglneer,
Labor Commissioner and Hnilrnnd 0111
nilssloner. All other counties are com
pletn on all offices.
Mr, Klllott furnished the forestry de
partment nt Wnslii.iKton with the state
map as a fuundatlon upon which to
Indicate I lie location and boundaries
of the forest reserves, The roads and
trulls nuP will be vnliinlile to tourists,
hunters, timbermen and nil who have
COAST HOP GROWERS
TO MEET IN SALEM
(Continued from page one.)
bility of the extensive grower dominat
ing or gaining cnutrnl of tho business
end nf the iissneul ion to further his own
scll'i di interests and to liee.o the small
lug 11 v nil menus."
Three Flan Are Suggested.
Tltrnn scratntn idinm nf firirillily.at inn
occasion to travel through tho furostcd ' f, il, nnl nuanelnilnn have I, con ten-
; reulous of the state and the forest P tmivclv worked nut bv the California
1. . ..... . 'I
m ai .i-iu- r'-w--ft -
will be nf great value to limber men.
NEW YOitK EXCMANOE OIENH
associations, which launched tne move
meiit, but all nf them contemplate the
forming of a stale organisation to be
separate mid distinct from each other
0 far ns local conditions nro con
1'nile.l ccriiid, but nil to unite and transact
W'sshliiutnii. Nov, Kl. The
New Yntk, Nov. 10. The New Vmk, States supreme court completed rending , nil business, such as the liuudling and
cotton cxihnnge reopened here lit 10 Its ilrclslous nt 12:411 0 'clock this alter-1 selling of the product, collei lion and
n. m. today, It wns the first business 'noon and took II recess until November i illssemlnntinii of Information, puichnse
I Idonc on the exchange since July 'JO. 20.
nnd distribution ot supplies at the
Supple at Sixty
Ag and ripe experience mean hap.
plneea and usefulncM when mntl
and bodily power are preserved
by keeping rich Mood la the yeln.
Nirurt'l ran aourWhnwnt In SnH't
KmvlitoA cnslts He blotiti vrajirul
Id kedy and sllfvUtfts rhfttunsiic
tftrxbixtos. lit ell-food Impsit
nnU) 10 kola tul) and bills.
' It Is SJlhSwita-ff Atvhnt,