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'TIIE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON
(TUESDAY, JANUARY 10,-1922
Copyright 1920 by H. C. FIsber-Trade mark Reg. U. S. Pat. Office.
An unaligned surplus of $140,
322.66 is shown in the monthly
financial statement of the state
industrial accident commission
just compiled as of December 31.
The statement shows total assets
of M.778,161.95. The statement
Assets: On deposit with state
treasurer invested in bonds,
486,983.51; cash 1159,215.10; to
tal deposiU with state treasurer
14,646,198.61; cash in bank f 67,
205.27; city, county and state
warrants 19,190.33; - cash on
)i nm!, $2,711.11; total ledger as
sets $4,734,766.32; premiums in
course of collection $43,396.63;
total all assets, $4,778,161.95.
Liabilities: Reserve catastrophe
fund $100,000; reserve rehabili
tation fund $126,740.60; claim
reserves set aside $2,944,782.75;
depreciation reserve to take care
of any loss that may be incurred
in respect of realization upon In
vestments $100,000; reserve nec
essary to meet claim payments
covered by outstanding final set
tlement vouchers $2417.60; re
serve based on actual experience
to take care of pending claims
$805,682.52; reserve permanent
partial disability not over twenty
four months $57, 256. SO; unearn
ed premiums $16,37,1.41; unclaim
ed warrants cancelled $$6093.17:
Unpaid bills as of December 31,
1921, $2805.47; unpaid medical
aid refunds $208.77; unpaid div
idends $175,477.50; surplus as
required by section 6624 Oregon
laws as amended $300,000; un
asslgned surplus $140,322.66; to
tal liabilities and surplus $4,-778,161.95.
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1922 bv Intl Feature sctvick. '"evTff-y,
Ann Arbor, Mich. Ohio State
wins Western conference basket
ball game 25 to 22 from Michi
gan. , ....
Springfield Stanislaus Zbysz
ko wins two out of - three falls
from Armas Leltinen.
Philadelphia Joe Lynch, New
York, outpoints Patsy Wallace,
Philadelphia, in 8 round bout.
Little Rock Charles Rentrop,
Houston, European middleweight
champion claimant, won two falls
from Fred Wildfang, Kansas City.
Memphis Pal Moore, Memphis,
given referee's decision after eight
rounds with Carl Tremalne, Cleve
Former Proteges Of
Bohler Will Appear
KECORDS BROKEN BY UNITED
STATES AVIATORS DURING WAR
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i The feat of Stlnson and EertHud marks the fifth world's record
made by American alrmim during 1921. Lieutenant McCready, of
the Army on September 28 drove an airplane to the height of 37,800
feet. Lieutenant-Commander David McCullough in a Loenlng mono
plane flylug boat made an altitude of 19,500 feet, carrying four per
sons. Ilort Acosta drove a Curtis Navy racer in Omaha last Sep
tember for 150 miles at an average of 176.3 mllos an hour. Sergeant
Chambers of Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma, on November 1 droppqd
26,000 feet in a parachute in eighteen minutes. The Navy did-,
gtble C-7, piloted by Lieutenant-Commander R. F. Wood, on Decem
ber 2 made three flights with the first use of helium. So 1921 has
ucen a record year for American aviation.
In the eyes of two members of
the Whitman college basketball
squad, which is to meet the Bear
cat in a two-game series Thursday
and Friday nights of this week,
Coach Roy Bohler, Willamette
mentor, will appear in a relation
to them far reversed from that
which he held when they first
Chandler, Missionary guard,
and Schroeder, substitute on the
Whitman lineup, first met" up
with Bohler when the Bearcat
coach was in charge of the Walla
Walla high school team, of which
they were members. It was under
Bolder that they learned the rudi
ments of the loop game.
Thusday's game opens the inter
collegiate basketball season for
Willamette and ushers In a series
of at least nine home floor games
for the Bearcats, a series which
will bring some of the strongest
fives on the coast to the city.
As yet the Willamette schedule
has not been completed and Coach
Bohler is still hopeful of arrang
ing two more games with O. A. C.,
duplicating last year's four-game
schedule with the Aggies. Con
flicts in open dates have so far
blocked negotiations to secure the
The Willamette schedule as it
stands today is an follows:
Jan. 12 Whitman college at
Jan. 13 Whitman college at
Jan. 18. University of Idaho
Jan. 20 Unlverisity of Idaho
Jan. 27 Pacific university at
Jan. 28 Multnomah at Port
Feb. 3 Whitman college at
Feb. 4. Whitman college at
Feb. 9. Pacific university at
Feb. 14 O. A.- C. at Salem.
Feb. 15. O. A. C. at Corvallis,
Feb. 22 University of Nevada
Feb. 24. University of Oregon
Feb. 25 University of Oregon
Mar. 3 University of Oregon
Mar. 4 University of Oregon
at Salem. T
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Eighty-seven arrests for viola
tions of the state traflfc law were
made by members of the state
traffic Bquad during the month of
December according to the month
ly report of T. A. Raffety, chief of
the squad, to Secretary of State
Koier. The report shows that 267
other motorists were warned for
minor Infractions of the law. As
a result of the activities of the
squad $449.50 in fees were col
lected by the automobile registra
tion department during the month
and fines imposed by the court on
traffic law violators haled into
court by the state squad aggre
gated $1414.60, . ...
During the month the seven in
spectors In the state squad
"picked up" 15 automobiles with
out licenses, five with no lights,
five with no tall light, three with
only one headlight, seven for im
proper use of dealers' license
plates, nine with void foreign li
censes; 19 with no speedometer
on public carriage, 50 for speed
ing, 12 for reckless driving, one
for transporting liquor, one for
driving while intoxicated, three
with transferred license plates,
one for operating with cleats,
tour for parking on highway, sev
en trucks without mirrors. Eigh
ty-seven trucks were weighed dur
ing the month, 17 of them being
found to be overloaded, six acci
dents were observed, one stolen
car was recovered.
Reports from justices of the
peace and city recorders filed with
the secretary of state for the I
month show a total of 201 arrests!
for traffic law violations during'
the month with fines imposed ag-l
gregating $22SS.40. Columbia
county leadg the list with 50 ar
rests and fines aggregating!
$444.50 with Marion county at I
the foot of the Hat with only onej
arrest and fines aggregating? J2.'
Multnomah county is credited
with only 20 traffic law violations
during the month and fines Im
posed aggregating $51.50.
By unanimous consent, A. C.
Bohrnstedt waa elected president
of the Marion County Realtors' as-"
sociation at its annual election
and banquet held in the Leslie M
E. church last night. Nominations
were made by ballot sent to mem
bers throughout the county, and
the three candidates having the
highest number were voted upon
by those present last night.
Other offices filled last night
were: J. A. Mills, first vice-president;
S. R. Tandy of Jefferson
second vice-president; G. W.
Hubbs of Sllverton, third vice
president; Mrs. Winnie Pettyjohn.
fourth vice-president;' G. W.
Grabanfiorst, Hugh Magee and J.
H. Scott, members of the executive
committee. - -
C. A. Barber, insurance commis
sloner for the state congratulated
the realtors on the work :accom
inisuea auring tne rust year o
the organization, and suggested
that organization among property
owners would be a serious mauc-i
for the realtors to consider, since,
already in many states, large real
estate ownerg were Joining realty
organizations for the sake-of the
protection they can get from them
How best to protect the com
munity which they sell and which
he said was the basis of all pros
perity, respect for each other, co
operation, and better business
methods, were enumerated by Mr.
Barber as among the benefits de
rived by the individual in organ
izations such as the realtors.
That 1922 would be one of the
best years experienced for some
time, Mr. Barber said, was indi
cated by the fact that the Marion
county road bonds were sold at
good figure when first placed on
the market, giving evidence that
money was loose.
IDs: Am y
Chloe "I sho1 mlghter knowed
I gwine have bad luck it I do dat
washin' on Friday."
Daphne "What bad luck done
Dr. Amy Kankonen, the twenty-thre-year-old Mayor of Falrport,
Ohio, issues a warning to all bootleggers in her Immediate vicinity come to vuh
to beware. In her own laboratories she is conducting chemical j Chloe "I en" home dat pink
analyses of all contraband home brew. She la perhapa the youngeat Hk petticoat wld d filly aidge
M well as the only woman Mayor in the United States. She wa''nt I was gwine keep out ta
lected on a "dry ticket' and means to maintain a drr condition in r to fhn'ch on Sunday.
the city of which she la Chief Executive. The photo shows the tairlu,b,' (S" & Su,
Mayor at work, testing home brew In hfr own laboratories . j JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
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CONTAINS NO NARCOTIC
By Hex Stewart
A break in the egg market east,
showing a five cent drop in Chica
go and Kansas City prices, Is evi
dence that the market price here
is about right, though coast ship
pers could not afford to ship east
at the present prices paid pro
ducers. It Is further .evidence that
the market pr'ce may still go
down, though there is a local
scarcity which has kept quota
tions up above the market level.
Raising the price to the produc
er, however, will not increase the
supply and will perhaps necessi
tate a drop later which may prove
more disastrous to poultry men.
The drop In the east may be ac
counted for by the open" weather
conditions prevailing there and
the number of people who have
gone into the poultry business due
to the cheapness of wheat, caus
ing a greater supply than has been
eyjierienced for some time and
subsequent reduction to the consumer.
The onion market is looking
stronger with the wholesale price
of five cents and the retail price
of seven still quoted.
Fine looking mustard greens
for 10 cents and spinach greens
at 15 cents were offered today by
Chicago, Jan. 10. National
Commander Hanford MacNider of
the American Legion issued in
structions last night to all Legion
posts to present the case of adjust
ed compensation for ex-soldiers
before chamber of commerce in ev
ery city of the United States in
connection with the referendum
on that question now being con
ducted by those bodies.
The campaign is to begin imme
diately as the chamber of com
merce of the United States, which
submitted the referendum to its
members, has set the time limit in
the voting at February 1.
Legion leaders, dwelling upon
the fight the national chamber
has waged upon the pending bill,
declare the measure has not been
Commander MacNider in a let
ter to Joseph H. Defrees, president
of the chamber of commerce of the
United States, which was made
public last night, said that "op
position to this measure lies prin
cipally in ignorance of what the
bill really calls for. There is a
cash payment option, it is true,
but it is taken care of by small
payments, several months apart.
1e other four features of the Le
gion bill (insurance, vocational
aid, or assistance in acquiring land
or a home) your organization does
Resign Is Order
Washington, Jan. 10. W.
Averill Harriman, son of the late
E. H. Harriman, was required by
an order of the interstate com
merce commission Monday to re
sign his place as director of the
Illinois Central railway and sub
sidary lines, or of the Baltimore
Mr. Harriman may retain, the
commission ruled, all of his places
a8 director and officer of the Un
ion Pacific system and its affilia
ted corporations, but cannot hold
similar authority in the corpora
tion of both the other two rail
road systems named.
Cornelius Vanderbilt, the com
mission also held Monday, may re
tain his directorate in the Dela;
ware & Hudson, but must resign
from the board of the Illinois Cen
tral or from the board of the Mis
Probing His Depths
"When did you first become ac
quainted with your husband"
"The first time I asked him for
money after we were married."
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Not including real estate
and classified directory,
totalling 199,755 lines.
DOUBLE the number of
any other paper in the
This was a gain of 1895
want ads over the number
carried in 1920, and a gain
in lineage of 9,239 lines.
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