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SATURDAY, DECEMBER.16, 1922 ftie first 1923 hunting license is- fsued by the county clerk's office Was written yesterday, wneu w. DeLong paid $3 for the privilege of hunting anywhere In the state of Oregon for the coming year. Standard Electric Appliance guaranteed one year: Curling irons $1.95; electric irons $4.60; electric heater $7. Halikg Elec tric shop, 837 Court St. , 299 I Clay D. Barhyt, who operates the f stamp . cancelling machine at the postoffice, had the misfortune a. 1 few days ago of having the fingers 1 of one hand caught in the manclun 1 Although still suffering Con siderable pain, Mr.-Barhyte remains on the job, to help in disposing of the usual rush of Christmas letters. Standard Electric Appliance guaranteed one year: Curling Irons $1.95; electric irons $4.50: electric heaters $7. Haliks Elec tric shop, 337 Court St. 299 S. H. Van Trump, county fruit in spector, eays the snow is a fine thing for loganberry vines, and in fact all kinds of vines and fruit trees. Ho says the snow and cold weather hardens vinos and fruit trees, en abling them to better stand any cold weather that may follow. Save cost of new radiator when it freezes. International Rad. cores, 349 Ferry St. 301 - The big rush of mailing Christ mas packages is on today at the postoffice and those who have wait ed even this long, have been obliged to take a long stand awaiting their turn. To help in disposing ol accum ulated mail,, Bon Taylor, who had served at the Salem postoffice for 34 years before retiring, was call ed into action again, and will con tinue to assist until the big rush is over. Mr. Taylor retired about a year ago. International Radiator cores made and Installed by J. C. Bair, 349 Ferry St. 301 The suit of T, B." Jones against Clyde La Pollette hag been set for trial by Judge George G-. Bingham, for Friday, Pec. 22. This suit is of special interest, due to the fact that Mr. Jones alleges that Mr. La Folletto is trespassing on the Jones holdings in operating the Wheatland ferry. . Radiators, have a non-bursting core installed in your rad. 349 Ferry St. 301 Prize winners at the Clarion and Polk county corn ehow may have tlieir rjrize money by calling at the Chamber of Commerce. Checks have already been made out, according to Robert B. Duncan, secretary. Your last chance tonight to see the big double bill at the Liberty. 299 A write-up of , the Marion and Polk county corn show will appear in an early issue of the Oregon Farmer. George N, Angell, writer for the Pacific Northwest Trio which includes the Oregon Farmer, the Washington Farmer and the Idaho Farmer, was in the city to day, taking notes of the show. He says it is one of the finest county corn show be has seen in Oregon Your last chance tonight to see the big double bill at the Liberty. 299 Plans are now under way for a field meet of boy scouts of Chcmawa with those at Salem, to be held at C'hemawa Thursday, Dec. 23, ao- cording to Howard Zinser, scout ex ecutive. Mr. Zinser also says that the 13th annual anniversary of the organization of boy scouts will be observed in Salem by the several scout troops during the week begin ning Feb. 8. Evangelistic services, old time religion preached every day ex cept Sat. and Monday, at armory, 2:30, 7:30.. Bring your sick, let God heal them. . 299 Funeral services for John Cripps, 87, who died Wednesday, Dec. 13, at Mb home 2200 Broadway, were held this afternoon from the Eigdon and Bon mortuary. Interment was made in the City View cemetery. For the benefit of those who did not see Vick Bros." auto show heir sales room will be open Sunday and all cars left in place. . COMING EVENTS Dec. 12, 13, 14, 18. Peni tentiary Minstrels. Dec. 15. "Three Live Ghosts," Salem high school Play, high school auditorium. Dec. 15. Marguerite D' Alvarez, contralto, In concert at Armory. Dec. 20. W ednesday, meeting of loganberry grow ers at Oregon Growers rooms. Dec. 25. Monday, Christ mas. Dec. 31. Elks "Midnight Follies," Grand Theater. Jan. 1. New Years, Y. M. C. A. annual open house. Jan. 17-24. National Thrift Week. Jan. 8. Monday, legisla ture convenes. ews Hotel Bligh Arrivals A. M. Hand, Portland; R. A. Hall and wfe, Portland; W. W. Stwer, Pendleton; Miss Dorothy Allen, Wonder; Jules -Hand and wife, Chicago; C. W. Johnson. Roseburg; L. N. Walton and wife, Portland; E. M. Hammon, Mc Vetto, Or; G. P. Wright, Wood burn: M. Strauss, N. Y; J J Norden, N. Y; H. H. Nichols! Portland; Geo. Gotschalk, O. E. Ry; H. H. Cawley, Portland; Chas. S. Mills, Portland; R. B. Johnston, San Francisco; E. D. Dickey, city; G. a. Grob, Dallas; Mrs. N. E. Gunnell, city; Miss V. L. Gunnell, city; J. B. Webb, Sa lem; J. Fitzgerald and wife, Port land; J. L. Welch, city; E. J White, Falls City; E. M. Ham mond, K. Falls; Lafe Sing China; Rena Kirby, Turner; L. Laurasen, Portland; L. J. Smith, Coquille; Albertls Anderson, Hood River C. R. Stevens, Long Beach, Cal; C. Bromel, Long Beach, Cal; E. C. Hurlbert, Los Aneel en: C. V. Collard, Portland; W. M. Duffy ana wire, Kings Valley; R. E. Wells, Portland; J. E. Talman, Corvallis; C. H. Pickett, Port land; Ernest Ericksen, city. Paul Stege, of the entertainment committee of the Elks'' lodge says a fine entertainment will be offer ed by .the Elks nt the "Midnight Follies'' to be presented under the auspices of the lodge, New Years eve at tne opera houso. The program will include the Telephone male quartette of -Portland, three special musical acts, six Hawaiian singers ana players, accordian artists, a ma gician and then some local talent. People are being healed. Are days of miracles over? Come and see. Armory every day 2:30. 7:30, except sat. and Monday. Bring the sick. Let God heal them. 299 ' Miss Flora Beck of Woodburn. is spending the week end at Lausanne hall with friends. Hear Evangelist Betts of New York every day 2:30, 7:30, ex cept Sat. and Monday, at armory. Sick instructed and prayed with at every service. Admission free. 299 Funeral services for W. J. Had ley, an uncle of Loren Barnett,, a member of the Both Grocery firm were held this afternoon from the Cloverdale school house near Turner, at 1:30 o clock. Interment was made in the City View cemetery. Ar rangements were in charge of Webb and Clough. For the benefit of those who did not see Vick Bros, auto show their sales room will be open Sunday and all cars left in place. The floor plans of the Capital apartments can be seen at Homer H. Smith's office, come in and make your reservation, two, three four and six rooms, forty to ona hundred dollars. 302 Grocers are now in the grand rush of the holiday season, amt In this rush of present sending, there has been a -very active demand for 10 pound packages of Oregon packed prunes. For sale, the old house on the Thielsen' lot, corner Court and Capitol, we ' are open for sealed bids, must be moved in 30 days. The Capitol Apartment Co. 302 I have sold all my interest in Home Restaurant, wish to thank the nubile for liberal patronage I wish you all a Merry Christmas p.nd a Happy New Year, yours, John Leary. 800 Mrs. Fred A. Jacobs who has been ill since an attack of "flu" last spring has had to return to the hos pital in Portland. Have your windows cleaned and ianitor work done by ex nerts. We were formerly in bus ineas in Astoria and have now settled in Salem. Phone 77, 19 S T.Ihertv. 304 Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Martin, living on the river road between Hopmere and Waconda. are receiving congrat nlations over the arrival of a seven and a half nourid boy which was born to them on Wednesday, ute 13. On this page will be found a statement of the new Capital apartments. 299 Vxt Monday evening the Day Tnmnra. a Y. M. C. A. club team, are to be treated to a dinner to be held at the "Y." On this page will be found a statement of the new capital apartments. ' the Eaeles, a Y. M. C A club team captained by Je rome ' Hanson, will meet the Turner high school basket tossers on the "Y" floor. A close game a eiyeciou. Love, the jeweler, Salem. ... T,;n a sonhomore at Willamette University left yester day evening for her home in Libby, Montana, where she will spend the . -Hnn. Afiss Jouehin is Christmas - . , . w;l prominent in debate circles at WJ- lamette. " nn -x-mas trees to choose from Beat Christmas gift for bov and girls The Youth's Compan ion, oullds character all the year. Fine presentation folder furnish ed free. Phone'9 81 W. 299 Mary Elizabeth Hunt, a member of the class of '23, Willamette Uni versity, left yesterday evening for Spokane where she will spend the holidays with her parents. Special dance Saturday, Bob Gordon's Original Eight that made the Cotillion hall famous In Portland. Every one an artist. Don't miss them at Dreamland rink, some real music. 299 Last evening the Philodorians and Philodosians, the former a man's lit erary society at Willamette Univer sity and the latter the women' branch of the Phils, held their first joint informal party of the year last night iu the Websteriau halls. The Phil halls are being used as offices in the Forward Movement campaign. The evening was spent in playing various games following which light refreshments were served. Christmas sale of fancy work and baked goods Opera house phar macy of the Women's Alliance of the Unitarian church. 299 Two special trains of O. A. C. stu dents on their wav home for the Christmas vacation passed through Salem late yesterday afternoon for Portland. The University of Oregon and Willamette will begin their hoi iday vacation next Friday, Dec. 22. Dr. John L. Lynch, osteopathic .physician, 403 Oregon bldg. phone 1394 or 58F5. 299 The six months old daughter, Wadys fcvelda, of Mr. and Mrs, George Benson died at the home early this morning, 531 north Hiirh street. Funeral services and burial were held this afternoon. Maruny ate all his chtckene. now he wants to sell the chicken house to make room for flowers 211 Miller St. 299 Funeral services for Charles O. Kupper, .until his death manager of the Oregon theatre, will be held Monday morning, Dec. 18, from the Catholic church. Interment will be in the Catholic cemetery. Mr. Kup per is the first loss by death suf fered by the local Kiwaaii club. E. G. White, connected with the Falls City lumber company, spent yesterday and today in Salem on business. Several members of the local Odd Fellows lodge will go to McMinn- ville this evening to attend initia tions in the Muscovite degree of the lodge. A team from one of the Portland" Odd Fellow lodges will confer the degrees. The snow is a blessing to broccoli, acording to Earl Pcarcy, of the Ore gon Growers Cooperative associaiton In the Salem and Independence broc coli districts, about 1000 acres were planted last year, but due to the severe weather last January, along with no snow, crop returns were not satisfactory. A stolen bicycle which was recov ered for him by the police yester day was claimed by I. A. Wroten, 1697 C'hemeketa street. -The wheel was picked up by Patrolman Victor. Ten dollars bail was forfeited by Stanley Handford of Silverton, yes terday afternoon when he failed to appear in the police court before Judge Earl Eace to answer to a charge of speeding. Miss Laura Payton, Salem grade school instructor, left Salem yester day for Portland where she will spend the week-end visiting rela tives. Two thousand dollars is the esim ated cost of a dwelling to be erect ed at 1050 South street by O. J, Rancorn, of this city, according to a permit issued yesterday by Mark Poulsen, deputy city recorder. Eecovery in the price of German marks to the extent of about 400 points yesterday is of special inter est to many in Salem who took a chance in the way of a little specu lation, even when the mark wag quoted at five cents. Inquiry de velops the fact that on a conserva tive estimate, $25,000 has been In vested in the German mark by res idents in Salem and vicinity. Construction work on most of the irrigation projects throughout cen tral and eastern Oregon have been halted by the severe weather of the past few days, according to reports by State Engineer Cupper. While the snow may have been fine for vines and fruits, it has been rather discouraging on building op erations. Contractors say that with the cold and snow combined, build ing operations have practically stop ped during the past wee. Miss Frances Allen Town, recent ly of the Tacoma public library, nas accented a position win mo public library, as catalog reference assistant. Sue succeeds mr. . Patterson, who leaves for (Seattle where her husband Is an instructor in the University of Washington. Ted Irvine, formerly a member of the news staff of the Salem I..1L -i. 4-X, Statesman, was near aea.n ' Salem Deaconess hospital tnii anei noon. He has ben ill for several weeks. Ti Christmas program at the deaf school has been changed from Mondav, December 18 to inesuay. December 19, it was announced to-. day. The puoiie m ui.. . tend. .. 'THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM; OREGON A. 1. Wallace, prominent Elk, who was reported as near death yester day, this morning was reported as on the up-grade, with fair prospects or recovery. AU day yesterday Mr, Wallace, who has ben 111 the past week with pneumonia, was reported unconscious, but this morning he had recovered consciousness and able to take nourishment and talk to friends. The drill team of the Woodmen of the World, accompanied by about iui memoers or the lodge, left Sat urday afternoon to attend the" big meeting in Portland of representa tives of 59 Woodmen camps in Ore gon and Washington. The Salem drill team has been given the honor of leading the march this evening at 7 o'clock in Portland. To clear title to real estate, Frank Decarli has brought suit against lhomas A. Jordan. The land involv ed is in section 2, T 9 S E 3 W, IN POLK BANQUET Dallas, Dec. 16. Members of the alumni of the University of Oregon residing in Polk county held a banquet in the dining room of the Gail hotel Thursday eve ning, about 20 of the former students being present. Lamar Tooze, who has charge of the $10,000,000 campaign fund was present, as was also W. K. New ell, who is connected with the campaign fund. Dr. A. B. Starbuck of Dallas of ficiated as toastmaster in a man ner that was satisfactory to all in attendance. Speeches were deliv ered during the evening by Judgs H. H. Belt, Robert Kreason, C. A Arpke, Miss Hallie Smith, W. K. Newell, Lamar Tooze. Slides of the proposed new campus and buildings at the uni versity were displayed during the serving of the banquet, the main feature of which was wild ducks, five of them having been killed by Judge Belt. The Polk county alumni of the" university was organized with the election of the following officers: Robert Kreason, president; Dr. L. A. Steeves, vice president; Miss Hallie Smith, secretary. The ex ecutive committee elected is com posed of Carlton Savage of Mon mouth, Miss Blanche Melllnger of Dallas and Wiley Knighten, of Perrydale. 4 FROM DALLAS Salem police said today they had been asked to watch for Dor othy Walters,. 16; Helen Wiebe, 23; George Robson, 24,' and Jim Nave, 25, who were reported to have disappeared from Dallas yesterday. Miss Walters-was said to be 5 feet 2 inches tall, to weigh 120 pounds and to be dressed in a brown coat and hat. Miss Wiebe is five feet tall and weighs 130 pounds. Mr. Robson 1 light com plexioned, is heavily built and wore dark clothes. Mr. Nave is heavily built and Is dark com plexioned. Portland officers were also re quested to watch for the four. L E Although his automobile struck and injured a young woman yes terday, Clarence B. Grund of Mon mouth failed to learn her name, according to the police report. The girl was not seriously Injured. Grund was driving east on the Dallas road near West Salem when the accident occurred. The young woman was riding on a sled. ESPEE BRIDGE TENDER VICTIM OF APOPLEXY A stroke of apoplexy suffered vesterday afternoon was the re sult of the death this morning it the Deaconess hospital or David B. Hall, 57, who for tne past six years has been the drawbridge tender on the Southern Pacific railroad bridge which crosses the Willamette here. He is survived by a widow, Mattie A. Hall, and a son. Orin Hall. Mr. Hall was a member In good standing of the Knights of Pythias lodge, Rose burg, and the A. O. U. W., Port land. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon from th9 Rigdon and Son funeral chapel, the- exact time to be announced later. FURTHER CREDIT FOR FARMERS IS SOUGHT Washington, Dec. 15. Legisla tion making It possible for the farmer to borrow from the farm loan bank for nine month periods and individual sums up to $25,000 was advocated today In a legisla tive policy adopted by the national council of farmers' cooperative marketing associations, meeting In convention here. OREGON ALUMN REPORTED GONE BE DOESN'T GET NAWI T RUSH ON; LOCAL j Yesterday afternoon" with the lobby full and a line waiting at the stamp Windows the postoffice began experiencing the Christmas mailing rush which will continue to become greater until some time Wednesday or Thursday when the height of the mailing will be passed. The congestion will gradually decrease from then until sometime Friday with only a few people sending packages to friends in the city on Saturday. In order that the increased de mand for service may be met the local office Is today placing a spe cial man In the lobby who will weigh packages and mark the amount oC postage on them so that the clerk at the window may devote his entire time to the sell ing of stamps and writing insured and registered receipts. ' Yester day afternoon the congestion wan so great that it was necessary to open an extra window to care for the customers. - The Incoming mail has not been affected by the Christmas mails as yet, according to A. E. Glbbard assistant postmaster. Only a few packages have been received from points in the far east where they heeded the call of the postal de partment to mail early. The heav ier incoming mails will begin to arrive here about Tuesday and Wednesday with Saturday being the heaviest day of the week. As Christmas comes on Monday and there are no deliveries on Sunday or Monday It is expected by local postoffice officials that a large number of packages which were not mailed soon enough will not be delivered until Tuesday. Added to the regular Christmas mails are about 100,000 auto 11 cense plates for the coming year which are mailed at this time. The first shipment of 10,000 was received yesterday afternoon with more to follow as soon as possible. 2P01NT MARGIN TEAM STANDINGS Won Lost P.C. Better Yets 7 .876 .625 .375 .375 Central Pharmacy 5 U. S. National Bank....3 Bonesteele Motor Co 3 Hauser Bros 3 Anderson & Brown 3 .375 .375 In last night's Commercial Bas ketball league games it required a live-minute overtime to decide the, winner in the Better Yets vs. Con tral Pharmacy game. The end of the regular time found both teams with 12 points and after the hard est kind of playing the bakers came out winners 14-12. Tucker at forward for the druggists was responsible for eight of his team s points. He made one basket ana eight free throws. For the bak ers Harold Socolofsky, forward: and his brother, Walter, at guard were the strongholds of the team Quite a number of fouls for rough nlaying were called wltn tne Dan- ers getting the worse of the deal. In the second game of tne even Ing the bankers handed a surprise to the Anderson & Brown live auu gave them a 12-8. beating. Lucas of the money handlers equalled the mark of Tucker in the previous game and made ten points, three field baskets and four torn turows. Th last game was also a sur- prlce as the Bonesteele mechanics defeated the Hauser aros. live x a The win of the auto boys large ly due to the rabbit foot that HiiMell Bonesteele muBt nave uwu carrying for he was hitting the basket with wonderful accuracy. He established a new mark in the series by making five .field bas- Qnly two more sets of games re main to be played. They will be held on Tuesday and Tbursoay nights of next week. In Bifs4 city Dec. 15, six Mr. BENSON- Gladys Evelda uentiuu, ,h. daughter of and Mrs- George Benson Funer al services held from the resi dence 3:30 o'clock, Dec. 15. in terment City View cemetery. Rigdon and Son, directors. PERDEU In this city. uec. inu, J. A. rerueu se utage driver, operating between Salem and Eugene. The body is at the Rigdon mortuary, tun era! notice later. BARKER At the residence, 1250 north 19th street, Dec. 15th, Jack Gordon tsai-Kr, jj" son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Barker. Rigdon & Son directors Burial this afternoon 2:30 Lee Mission cemetery. HALL In this city Dec 16 Dan iel ki. li-.ll, " , tr u.ll wife and one sonf Orin V. Hall of West Salem. Deceased was drawbridge operator of South ern Pacific railway bridge. Fun eral services Monday, Dec. 18. 1-30 p. m. from the Higdon mortuary, under the auspices of the Knlishts of Pythias fratern ity. Interment City View ceme tery. Funeral . . Funeral gf-rvices for the late Charles O. Kupper will be held Mondav morning, Dec.18, at o'clock' from the Catholic church. Interment Catholic cemetery. Re mains at the Rigdon and Son mortuary. CHRIS NHS MAIL OFFICE IS BUSY BAKERS WIN BY THIRD OF CROPS HELD FAIR RENT One third of all prunes sold, one third of the loganberry crop, one halt of all. cattle Increase, and one third of the grain crop of 1923 is regarded by the county court as a satisfactory rent for a general grain farm of 140 acres, on which there are 13 acres of prunes and 12 acres of loganber ries. This rent was fixed by the county court yesterday in the pe tition of Carl A. Herlgstad and Wm. J. Herlgstad, administrators of ' the estate of Nils Herlgstad. In their petition, the admints trators alleged that the farm of Nils Herlgstad could not be sold to advantage, and that . it was to the interest of all heirs, that the farm be rented for the-coming year. In addition to fixing the pro portion of the crop as a fair rent, the county court ordered the administrators to pay, in ad dition to the crop rent, $225 for depreciation of the prune dryer and personal property. MARION COUNTY GIVES $1897 TO RED CROSS The annual roll call for the Red Cross, Willamette chapter, has brought In from Marion coun ty alone, the sum of $1897, ac cording to Mrs. Arthur R. Ben son, secretary. During the past week, the Turner school has for warded to the office $5 and the Middle Grove school $5. While considerable work has been dono in Polk county, the Red Cross membership of the county will not be turned in to headquarters until the close of the member ship campaign, Dec. 20, Due to the cold weather, no work was done today in Saiem towards so curing a larger membership. ELECTION OF (Continued from Page One.) mediate action, the Crooker pro ceedings would He dormant until March 4. Claims to Have Evidence Reports that Vice President Coolldge might make a prelimin ary reference of his petition to Senators Lodge and Walsh, in ac- What's New on the Market BY FORREST GINN FilbertB are being offered by sev eral of the local grocers at 20 centB a pound. Almonds are boing offered for tne Christmas trade at 40 cent a pound. Lemons from this year 's crop ap peared on the local' market yester day afternoon selling at 60 cenis a dozen. This represents about the same price as lias been paid for lemons here for some time. The new crop lemons are much nicer and larger than those that have been on the market up to this time. Cauliflower is now selling at 15 cents a pound an advance of five cents a pound over the price of a week ago. Fine slrnined clover honey Is be g offered by local grocers at 35 cents a pint in Mason jars or 70 cents a quart. The flavqr of tho honey Is exceptionally good and by buying the strained product more real honey is received for the money than in the comb. The price of eggs as being paid the farmers by the local shippers advanced to 44 cents a dozen this morning, a two cent raise over the past few days. The retail price has not been effected as yet as it Is possible for the stores to secure all they can use at from 44 to 4S cents a dozen. The retail price Is 50 cents a dozen for hennery eggs and 45 cents a dozen for pullet eggs. If the prospective bride lives in Albany, there is no use in attempt ing to secure a marriage license in Salom. A young couple applied for licenso this morning, but then then fatal question was asked as to the residence of the bride, the pros pective groom reported Albany. They were told It would be neces sary to get hte license in Linn county. MOST OP OUR CUSTOMER Ul CALUMET Th. Economy' BAKING POWDER Daue & Son Webb & Clough Leading FUNEBAL DIEECT0E3 EXPEUT EMBALMEES Rigdon & Son's M0ETTJABY Unequaled 8errice TERWILLIGER Besidence Parlor 770 Chemekota St. Phone 724 Lady Erabalmer cordanc with a senate custom, today led Mr. Crooker to send Vice President Coolidge a protest against any such move. He declar ed that the impropriety of refer ring his paper to Senator Lodge was "obvious." Mr. Crocker's statement said the liberal republican league rep resented more than 100,000 Mas sachusetts republicans. He added that bis protest against the valid ity of Mr. Lodge's reelection was justified by "abundant evidence" and also ."by the overwhelming demonstration of Massachusetts public sentiment at the polls In the recent election." "Massachusetts has repudiated' Lodge and all the reactionary ob struction that he stands for," the statement said. Counts Don't Agree The total vote for senator was 867,153, it was declared, and Senator Lodge received on the face of returns 414,130 and was thus "a minority candidate." It LADD & BUSH BANKERS- ESTABLISHED 1863 GENEBALBANIONa BUSINESS Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. If Mi nil lf h.wmhh 1 1 i-i -i Tfii mi i in nm mm 9m. mkm mm' m I Richard Ditrlhelmesa in "THE BOND BOY" From first to last as power ful as "Tol'able David" i TH unnn mrA nan A MUlvHtlvv A 1UU To The Public Capitol Apartment and Statement of Modern Apartment House Enterprise Issued by Soard of Directors The statement below showing, in our opinion, the possible rev enues that may be had from the proposed Capitol Apartments, which we are contemplating build ing on the corner of Capitol and Court streets, In Salem, Oregon. This statement has been gone In to quite thoroughly by the Board of Directors and shows approxi mately the profits that we believe we may expect. The building should be con constructed at as low a cost as possible, at the same time realiz ing that It should be built sub stantial, and It is the Intention to build a class "A" building, and in so doing It will not be subject to the high depreciation that Is usual to cheaper construction. We believe that we have figured sufficiently high on the various known expenditures. While there will be possible unforseen outlays, there are the same possibilities of making a saving on other Items. It Is within the power of the stockholders to name the Board of Directors und at this tlmeit is composed of Salem men with the exception of Mr. Armington, who recently has become a resiaeni or this city. It will be our Inten tion to obtain a good set of plans and specifications from s reliable architect and this we believe, on present Information, can be ar ranged on very favorable terms. Wn have arranged wltn Mr. Statement of Estimated Eevenues and Disbursements of Proposed Capitol Apartment House, Incorporated $110,000, All Common Stock, Salem, Oregon. There will be approximately sixty (60) two, three, four and sl room apartments ranging in price from Forty-five Dollars (J45.00 t One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) per month. tftlmated Income ner month I 3,340.00 Twelve months - Less vacancies, 10 apartments per moncn e.uuu.ou $34,200.01) Rent Orlll In basement, $150.00 per month, 12 months.... 1,800.08 Total estimated Income $36,000.09 EXPENDITURES Manager Janitor Aiwlstant Jan tor - Office and Telephone Girl Interest, $100,000, 6 or lower Water, 60.000 ft. (Water Co. figures sji.ou nr mrmtht - 600.00 Taxei Insurance, concrete building Oil based on Campbell Hotel cost. 100 rooms Untabled expense Net Profit on $100,000 nft PERCENTAGE OF PROFIT, arter aeaucung expenses ana interost on $100,000 loan 15 Put aside 7 as a sinKing tuna, wmt-n win vi mo a i year loan at 6 of one hundred thousand dollars. The interest on sinking fund will take care of depreciation. Only a limited amount of stock unsold. Write us at once. ' Salem needs this building. Apartment houses have been BIO MONEY makers in every city. Is there any reason WHY NOT IN 3ALEM! I'hone 8$ or address warren PAGE SEVEN was added that no two tabula tions of the vote agree." "Flagrant Irregularities In th conduct of the election occurred all over the state," Mr. Crooker said) "and the result as tabulated by the governor and council as the basis for the Issuance of a cer tificate to Lodge is a result that cannot be accepted or recognized as representative of a legal or fin al result. We are satisfied on all the information that has come In to our posscssdon since the eleo tion that Lodge was not legally elected, and I am here to obtain an Immediate . opportunity to provo it" Mr. Crooker said his fight was not tei behalf yf William A. Gas ton, the democratic candidate and was not a partisan move, but was designed to "unseat the man who has accomplished more harm as an obstruction of world peace and the natural expression of liberal thought than any man since Nero." "THEATER- Leaving Tonight Two-Feature Program "THE AMAZING LOVERS" and Ruth Roland Serial Also a News Tomorrow The Greatest Actres on Staire or Screen. Nazimova in Ibsen's "A Doll's House" ArminKton for the financing of ."".,u .K-.on .yery ana equitable basis, and to dispose of the stock unsubscribed. It, Is our greatest desire that every citizen of Salem own one or more shares of stock In this Corporation. Be sides being a good investment. Salem needs It. The Thielsen property upoa which we have a contract of pur chase is the best suited for a building of this character that we know of In the city and the loca tion, being near the Capitol build ing and Willamette University, is such that we feel that we will at all times be able to keep all apart ments filled. The Board of Directors are all stockholders In the Company and your Interests are their interests. The Capitol Apartment Company Is a corporation organized under the laws of the State of Oregon and you have the usual protection on Investments made under the Oregon laws, and it is our Inten tion at all times to serve the best Interests of the stockholders. This project, being a Salem In stitution, It Is our desire to have the full cooperation of the Salem people. Without a question this building, when completed, will fill a long felt want and certainly will be a credit to the city. Re member many people have left Salem on account of being unable to obtain suitable living quarters. Whether or not you invest, your hearty cooperation will be ap preciated. You are at liberty to call upon any of the Directors for any information which you may desire. Yours very truly, HOMER II. SMITH, W. E. WILSOV, FRED D. THIELSEN, WARREN ARMINQTONT, THKODORH M. BARR, I iioara 01 uireciors. 40.200.00 . :'"" f "'"X l.ueu.ww - 720.00 o.wuu vu 5'????2 uuv.uu , of Portland, '" .ivu.wu $20,920.09 - - i,ubu.uo per year. ... . ' Armingion or any oi me mrtrciors. Adv. U II? 1 1 mm v I i 1 joau Call 918. J. W. Maruny.