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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1926)
TIIE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
- SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 2., 102C
The Ambassador Apartments, Salem, Just Completed
Photo by KnntU Ellis.
Modern conveniences installed, Public invited to inspect new building
The Ambassador Apartments, at
550 North Summer street, between
Marion and Union, . is . now com
pleted, and the management cor
dially invites jour Inspection.
This beautiful apartment house,
rectad by J. C, Meyers. Inc.. of
05 Western Bond and Mortgage
'building, Portland, at a cost of
approximately $200,000. on prop
arty purchased through Becke &
KendHeks. realtors.' Is an out
Atamiing feature of the recent
solid KTOwth of the capital city.
It Is a fine example of the very
latest and most modern apart
ment house, fully equipped for all
conveniences and comforts, as
well as being a distinct asset to
the city and a structure of beauty.
Each apartment is equipped
with an electrical refrigeration
machine that manufactures Ice as,1
well as keeps the Ice box at a very
low temperature at all times.
Electric. ' ranges are installed
A radio loud speaker is provid
ed for each tenant, furnishing
either local or long distance pro
grams. Another very modern feature of
the apartment in the heating' sys
tem, which uses circulating hot
water generated from an oil burn
er. This system is automatically
controlled, thus assuring an even
and constant temperature.
The furniture consists of ever
stuffed pieces, Windsor chairs,
floor and table lamps, davenport
extension tables, etc.. well match
ed in color and material, which
gives a very pleasing effect.
With all cooking facilities of
an electrical nature, the heating
plant outside of the building, and
the building itself of a fire re
sisting exterior, with metal cor
nice and metal sash, one Is given
a feeling of ease and security from
possible fire hazard.
There are 44 apartments in the
building, of two and three room
suites, with a range of prices that,
appears to be popular, as a" con
siderable portion of them are al
ready leased or rented for the
The manager of the Ambassador
Apartments is II. C. Lewis, who
is on duty 24 hours a day. The
housekeepers are Mr. and Mrs. J
P. Phelan, giving constant and
expert attention, looking to the
well being of the tenants. The
phone is 1972, and a call 'will
bring Immediate and willing at
tention to any inquirer.
SALEM'S POOR RECEIVE
MUCH CHRISTMAS CHEER
(Continual from pf 1)
siona to maintain the family for
at least one week and where it
was known there were children
who would be unable to attend
the Elks-Salvation Army tree at
the ;Armory, theatre tickets were
Included in the boxes.
Approximately 300 garments
and 60 pairs of shoes have been
distributed to worthy families
calling at Army headquarters dur
ing the Christmas rush. In sev
eral instances whole families have
been completely outfitted with
clothing and shoes. Response to
the Statesman's call for these
things was generous beyond con
ception of the average mind. Up
to a 'late hour last night, families
reporting in the last hour rush
were being cared for with food
and supplies. Army officials will
be on hand today at headquarters
to see that none have been over
looked. The Statesman and Salvation
Array extend their thanks to the
State Highway commission for the
use "of their truck and drivers in
the; 'distribution of Christmas
cheek G. A. Gruchow, who was
responsible for these deliveries,
rendered splendid service from an
early hour in the morning to late
at nlfcht. Sufficient supplies are
yet ,on hand at Army headquar
ters to abundantly take care of
any possible cases that might have
been "overlooked and Ensign ' Pitt,
foregoing his own Christmas will
be on the Job today to take care
of but applications, coming in.
' Fry's Drug Store, 380 N. Com'l.
the pioneer store. Everything for
everybody In the drug supply line,
with -standard, goods and quality
service always. ()
A funeral committee is then ap
pointed. The body of Emperor Yoshlhito
will be taken to the Imperial pal
ace in Tokyo. There it will lie in
state at least 50 days, during
which time religious ceremonies
will take plane. The funeral prob
ably will be held in two or three
The court will remain in mourn
ing for a year, and the general
public 50 days, during which all
must wear a black badge of
mourning, and not engage in
merry making or public functions.
The new emperor customarily
issues an amnesty for political
prisoners, and reduces the terms
of other prisoners.
JURY CONVICTS PATRICK
M'DERMOTT OF MURDER
(Continued from page 1 )
Defense counsel announced it
would appeal the case. Attorney
E. I. Mtltz, who had testimony
read into the record 'out of the
jury's reach of hearing, for the
stated purpose of appealing the
case on error if the verdict were
unsatisfactory, stated he would
appeal on grounds of error.
Sentence was deferred by Judge
Diehl "until after Christmas."
Ben Rudner and Louis Mazer,
co-defendants with McDermott.
will be in the hands of Henry W.
Harter, county prosecutor-elect,
who assisted Prosecutor C. B. Me
Clintock In the trial of McDer
mott. ; Prosecution of Rudner and
Mazer will be pushed and one et
them probably will be bronght to
trial in February, Harter an
nounced. In final arguments to the jury
today, state and defense counsel
repeated and denied the churge
that Rudner and Mazer employed
McDermott to kill the editor.
New sweaters! A large ship
ment just in. New patterns, new
hades in the popular pull-over
and coat styles. Scotch Woolen
Bits For BresJKf ast
Only the best! Our patrons
will bear this out. We serve only
the best in meats and poultry.
Hnnt & Shaller Market. 263 N.
Beryl E. De Guire filed suit in
the circuit court yesterday against
Hugh F. and Elaine Cooke tojcol
lect on a promissory note.
Christmas cheer goes on
Extending Christmas cheer till
spring work opens.
A person without food can be as
hungry January 25th as December
And t( can be an -old the mid
dle of February as the middle of
December, if he has no warm
Let's see to it that our poor are
helped throughout the period of
unemployment, and they will hetp
us when they are needed for
spring work, and later for harvest
ing our crops.
The Salem Y free employment
bureau had SI people applying for
work, this week, and they found
jobs for only :u. The other 51
might be cold and hungry but for
your dollar or your sack of pota
toes or old overcoat.
What is the good of a few jim
eraeks compared with thl.s neeii?
Salem's secoud linen mill is be
ing hurried to completion. When
the machinery covering an acre of
floor space out there is all hum
ming. 24 hours a day. several hun
dred" wll lhave work the 12 months
through and this will op:i up
specialty mills that will employ
In the loss of Miss Florence Me-
Kinnie. sister of Mrs. E. Hofer.
Salem wU miss one of her gentl
est and most helpful spirits. She
went about doing good all her life
long; scarcely letting her left hand
know what her right hand did.
Quiet, unassuming, unselfish. The
world would be a drear. place with
out Its blessed Florence McKin-nies.
SCOTCH WOOLEN MILLS
W. W. EMMONS
Parker & Co.. 444 S. Commer
cial.'" Don't fail to see Parker
about repairing your car. . Expert
'Tuecbuuics at your service. All
work1 guaranteed. ()
HIR0HIT0 MADE RULER
OF JAPANESE EMPIRE
. ContintiM from : pg 1.)
high government officials, field
marshals of the army and admir
als of the fleet.
Simultaneously the ritualist in
the Imperial palace at Tokyo re
port the accession in the hall of
the gods, also to the ancestral
spirits In the hall of ancestors.
These ceremonies will be repeated
Crown Princess Nagako was de
clared empress, and the Empress
Sadako, widow of the deceased
emperor, became the dowager
empress. 'The actual coronation of Hiro
hito, who has ascended the throne,
is not expected to take place be
fore November, 1928, as periods
of mourning must intervent.
'The new emperor usually gives
his first formal 'audience the day
following death of his predecessor.
Government - and court officials
attend the audience. At this time
the trown prince may be nomi
nated, but there being no male
heir,.. this ceremony will be omit
ted. Various foreign governments
will be cabled of the accession of
Emperor Hirohito. The name of
New. Era when the new emperor
acquires another name usually
is announced the day after death.
A HEARTY AND
p to our
ivl MANY FRIENDS
M AND PATRONS W9
' THIS EVENING
5:45 to 8 p. m.
His team o'er the snow
You'll have the kind wishes
Of those signed below
Woman Suffers Shock-
Mrs. J. K. Summers was taken
to a looal hospital yesterday suf
fering from slmck received when
ier rar was overturned after strik
ing one driven by Ieslie. Thorn
ton, as th- latter was backing
from tin; -urh un Court street be
tween Church and High.
by stipulation of the attorneys
representing the opposing parties.
Sot tied by Stipulntio
The case of Anna Tiffany vs.
C. V. ltuuoe was settled yesterday
FOR A KING!
'Pay Me as You Are Paid!
i , -
5 1 I
"THE EYE MAN
457 State Street
With Burnett Bros.
1 FYS 7 (VATOA- VYiDE
JJ MSTITUTON- j
160 North Liberty Street, Salem, Oregon
Christmas Day the warm, glowing
feeling of friendship the exchange of
thoughtful gifts the day when families
and neighbors gather together when
"folks" sing carols when his majesty,
the Turkey, centers the attention the
spirit of all of this is in our greeting to you,
The Salvation Army
Through Ensign and Mrs. Pitt
desires to thank the people of
Salem for their, generous and i
ill .i i
wnoienearted support during c
the Yuletide season.
ONE AND ALL
A MERRY XMAS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
With the spirit of sincere
gratitude and appreciation to
our many friends and cus
tomers for their generous
WE WISH YOU
The Man's Shop
Hollis W. Huntington
EULs E. Cooley
You and Yours the
Seasan 's Greetings
May This Christmas Day Be the
Happiest You've Ever Had
. : . - .. .
Newton Chevrolet Company
Opposite the City Hall a
IN THE WEST
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