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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOl RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JAN. 9, 1917.
FIVE - NEW TODAY OU88IFIED ADVERTISING BATES IM per word New Today: juertion, per wora. WANTED- Housework. Box 191 rare Journal. Oae week (9 insert ions) par word.-. 5c , One "onth (28 insertions) per word 17t Tate Capital Journal will not be re- feasible tot more thai one inaertion for errors in Classified Advertisements. staail ranr 11,1 wrt Mi'mon t the first dav ft appears and notify ua immediately. Muimom charge, lSe. TIGS WANTED rhone 65F5. WANTED -Experienced house ma'd, no washing, good wages. Mrs. L Si. Barnes. Phone 1665. tf BOOM To rent. 220 N. Liberty. 19 KICK Piano for rent, mahogany case. $3.00 per month. I 'hone 2354J. 1-10 FOR RENT Seven room house near high school, 475 N. High. Inquire (300 K High. Phone 1048M. 1-11 VICE GRAFTER IS UNDER BONDS TODAY FOB KENT SlGNS-Por sale at Cup ital Journal office. ti BALED H A V -For sule. Phone 91K12. lit JONKS ' NUKSERY Btate and 24th. pat WANTED Wood 24. cutters. Phone 33F 19 FOR BENT Furnished Oem, 160 Union. The 1-12 WANTED A few girls or women at the Glove Factory, 1455 Oak St. Steady work. i.o KOOM FOR RENT Water heat, use of bath. 3 blocks from state house. 1460 State St. Phone 1755. 1-U Chief of Police Healey of Chi cago, Is Oiarged With Of ficial Corruption 1-9 FOR KENT Five room house, two blocks from school; chicken house and lot of garden ground. $4.00 a month. Call Bradford, Phone 12. FOR SALE Complete little farm, 8 acres, buildings, fruit, berries, water 2 miles Salem. H. G. Campbell, Dal las, Ore. 1-15 .WOODCUTTERS Wanted, 3. Phono 58F . 1-11 WANTED (iencral housework ed. Z care Journal. want- 1-9 SELECTED- Garlic for planting. Phone 2107 It. 1-10 JONES' NURSERY State and 24th. 2-8 WlWi SELL 22 head 3 and 4 year old mules. Dwight Misner. tf KOOM. AND BOARD $4.50 per week, pfcone 1060R. M WANTED Used stump puller. Phone 30F3. R. 7, box 141. M3 WANTED Board with private family. El care Journal. L9 GET PRICES On farm sale bills at Tie Journal office. TRESPASS Notices for gala at Jour aai office. tf FOB RENT 3093M. -Furnished room9. Phone 19 HARRY Window cleaner. Phone 768. janl8 FOB SALE Baled eraln hay and Tetch hay. George Swegie. tf GOAT MEAT First class only, at O K. Grocery store 12th & State. janH FURNISHED Apartments, also barn suitable for garage. 491 N. Cottage. CKT YOUR Tresspass notices, new iply of cloth ones at Capital Jour Bat, tf CALENDAR For 1917 Large figures for practical use. Call or phone Hom er, H. Smith, the insurance man. Mc Cornactc building. Phone 98. tf FOR RENT One furnished sleeping room and furnished housekeeping rooms, uyi torn i. rnone l-in WANTED 50 veal this week, in any condition, will pay top cash price. Mickenham & Co., 100 S. High. Phone 10. , 1-10 FOR SALE $1000.00 mortgage, bear ing a per cent, well secured on Sa lem property, tt liberal discount. M, R. 8, box 167. 1-9 FOUND Two new auto tires on Dal las road. Phone 50F12, Cromley farm. 1-10 FOR RENT 6 room house, barn, eight lots, tl kinds fruit, city water, $10 month. Phone 2041R 1-11 WANTED Good shipping potatoes, in car lots, or less. Salem Fruit Co., 267 S. Com'l St. WANTED Girl for light housework, family of' three, good wages. Call 665 FOR RENT Fine down stairs sleep ing room. 332 N. Church. Mrs. Josse. 1-9 Chicago, Jan. 9. Chief of Police Charles J. Healey, caught in the drag net thrown out by State Attorney Ma ilav Hoyne last night was arraigned before Judge J. A. Mahonev in the MALE HELP WANTED By month-' ,"un"'l,al ,urt tody .on th8rRe of nmnll , v Poll .. a kw conspiracy and corruption. " ' . I At th rtiiiiiost tF St'iT., AttnrnAv Hoyne and over the bitter protest of attorneys tor llealev, the case was eon tinued for ten days. Healey 's bond was reduced from $100,000 to $25,000. Following this arrest, warrants were issued for Augustus White, E. J. Grady John D. Hartford, lieutenants of police, and Sergeant John rsaghton, Chtel Healey 's stenographer and confidential man Hoyne alleges that he has traced money directly to the chief's pocket and claims that Healey has benefitted to the extent of more than $25,000 through corrupt association with crook ed policemen and politicians. "Last night's developments." Hovne said today, "mark the end of the con trol of the Chicago police department by the worst criminal operating in the country. "I believe we have struck at the source of the system. I have repeated ly charged that the heads of Chicago's police were in leigue with criminals and unless the system is broken up vice and crime could not be checked. "It has been a filthy combination of crooks, including almost every type oi criminal known, from burglars, pick pockets, safe blowers, to blackmailers, firebugs and extortionists. The chief of police and men associated with him have been in deliberate conspiracy witn the vilest elements in Chicago." Arrested with Healey and his assist ants were three of Chicago 's wand healers and alleged go-betweens. They are "Mike DePike" Heitler, weBt side levee boss; Billy Skidmore, levee boss and "Tom" Costello, alleged go-between and collector. Hoyne 's fight against Chief Healey began last Bummer. The chief of po lice was indicted by the grand jury about two months ago and then Mayor Thompson entered the fight, request ing Healey 'a resignation, to take effect January 1. later he requested that Healey hold over a few days in order to keep the lid clamped down over New Year's holidays. The chief's arrest followed a Loop raid on the reputed "pay off" office of "Tom" Costello. In the raid was captured the alleged brains of the vice ring. Damaging evidence against the high er ups was found in many cases, Hoyne stated. One witness seized was a resort keeper, who pleaded to be released be cause he was a "poor expressma;i. " In his pockets was found $500. One of the important bits of evidence taken from Lieutenant White Hoyne said. This is a "red book" containing a list of practically every resort in Chicago. These are listed under "can't be raid-' ed," "can be raided" and "find out." One page was devoted to "chief's places." Under the list of "hotels" were sub-heads, "three ways" and "can be raided." In the raid on Costello 's place, the district attorneys agents say they found Costello, Skidmore, Heitler and Lieuten ant White. Before them were a num ber of nackaees of bills done up in rubber bands. This money was said by i Mammoth Auction New and Secondhand FURNITURE ROOMS Extra largo, nicely furnish ed sleeping rooms, with furnace heat and all imoderi conveniences, one block from state house. 335 North Capitol street. 1-9 FOR RENT Single room and one housekeeping lapartment, 2 or 3 rooms, hot and cold water, electric light. 152 South Church. The Kenil worth. 1-9 ELECTRIC BATHS Massage, Ameri can and Swedish, drugless methods of treatment, Eva Murphy, drugless physician, 384 State St. Boom 11. Office hours, 10 a, m, to 9 p. m. tf MONEY LOANED On furniture, hors es, vehicles, merchandise, etc. Trans actions private. Possession retained. Union Loan Agency, 217 South High St. jen!6 LOST Black traveling bag early Sun day morning, on Pacific highway near Woodburn, wearing apparel, pa pers and other articles. Reward if returned to Good Year Tire and Rub ber Co., Portland, Or., 1-10 FOR SALE Or trade 160 acres of good land, near Ea?le Lake, Texas. Cot ton care Journal. 1-18 WANTED To rent by reliable man equipped dairy. Willing to give half. Address 3 J care Journal. 1-13 WAGONER Or Spitzenburg apples for sale, 65c per box. Mrs. Oscar Meyer, 1'none 64P2I. A jjc sc sg 9fc 5(s jc sc sc jjc fj fc sjt sk Court House News A complaint was filed with the coun ty clerk yesterday asking that a judg ment be issued the plaintiff, D. F. Eastburn, to recover money declared due him on a promissory note given by E. G. .eal and C. V. jNcal, wnicii was purchased by the plaintiff. The exe cution issued by the sheriff of Marion ounty concerning the judgment was re 349 North Commercial Street " WEDNESDAY, JAN. 10th, 2 P. M. SHARP oMM-BMgMMMM OUR STORES AND WAREHOUSES ARE BECOMING SO CROWDED THAT WE MUST REMOVE A LARGE QUAN TITY OF GOOD FURNITURE AT ONCE. Ml B WE HAVE TAKEN IN THE HOUSEFURNISHINGS OF FOUR OR FIVE HOUSES THIS WEEK AND FOR CON- VENIENCE WILL OFFER THEM FOR SALE AT THIS AUCTION. THE LIST WILL COMPRISE EVERYTHING THAT WOULD BE NEEDED TO FURNISH A HOME. A GOOD TIME TO FIX UP THAT SPARE ROOM OR TO j BUY AN ODD PIECE THAT IS NEEDED TO FILL UP SOME ROOM. S SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED ON EVERY PURCHASE. EVERYTHING WILL BE DE LIVERED INSIDE OF C1i LIMITS FREE OF CHARGE THE DAY FOLLOWING SALE. STOVES, RANGES, HEATERS, TABLES, CHAIRS, DRESSERS, RUGS AND CARPETS BEDS MATTRESSES. SPRINGS, BEDDING. ROCK EES, STANDS, COOKING UTENSILS AND THOUSANDS OF ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. COL E. G. SNIDER, THE WHIRLWIND AUCTIONEER, WILL HAVE CHARGE AND WILL PRESENT EVERY LADY PRESENT WITH A USEFUL SOUVENIR. E. L. STIFF & SON Three Busy Stores 349 North Commercial Street Satisfaction Guaranteed On Each Purchase or Money Refunded turned to him unsatisfied by the sheriff I Hovne to contain bills which had been . f.iut. Anitv with the statement, that marked. These bills, together with Oth nn npniiprtv was there. Recently it is ! crs. are alleged to have passed through alleged the defendant has obtained! the hands of Chief Healey, and are to property which he has transferred to! be the principal evidence against the his wife's name in order that he might i duet himself. defraud the plaintiff. The plaintiff j Hoyne would not state today whether asks that Eugenia Neal, wife of the le-1 there had been any confessions rrom , . j j . 4. i ik. .L In IVclolln'u nffiee rn nitMi (in , aim tu uua,vv "Buffalo Bill" Cody Plays Cards with Sister Waiting for Grim Reaper Denver, Colo., Jan. 9. Continuing his brave iglit against death, Colonel W. P. Cody has rallied and at 9:48 a. m. today it was announced the colonel was better than he has been for the past 24 hours. His physicians marvel at his extraordinary resistance. 1-9 WANTED 100 to 200 send hand hop sacks. Must be in good condition. Phone 1204 evenings. 1-9 fendant. be adjudged trustee ot the property and that the defendant be de clared the owner thereof, so that a writ of execution may be issued to ob tain the money due the plaintiff. FOR RENT Nice room in home, near state house, 1234 Court St. 1-9 L. E. Peterson has filed a complaint in the circuit court asking a judgment on a promissory-note given him by L. M. Bitney and J. J. Stangcl. He asks modern $1000 with 8 per cent interest from U ing OAK, ASH, FIR Maple, Vine Maple, cordwood, yard at corner Tiade and Liberty Sts., near armory. Willard F. Proctor. Phone 1322J. 2-8 FOB BALE Few choice Buff Orping ton hens and cockerels, cheap, come quick. 154 Columbia St. 1-9 FURNISHED ROOMS blocks from state house. Modern, 3 Phone 647. 1 10 tobcr 20, 1912, and attorney's tees to the amount of $125. Count Clerk Boycr issued a marriage license this afternoon to Joseph Peller in, a mill, hand, residing at Mill City, and Mrs. Julia Sheire, a housekeeper of the sarhc place. The gopher market is quieting down at present, as the county clerk paid out . 1 . -. . , ri: m ...... 1 only -! today. mis means a purchase of 510 scalps for the day. Position as saleslady, sev experience, or clerkship, best of references. Address Z A care Journal. 1-9 WANTED- ea years MIDDLE Aged lady would take po sition as housekeeper, has had ex perience in apartment house work. Cr 12 care Journal. 1-19 FOR SALE Or trade, large six room house and 2 lots, for one lot witn bungalow. Mrs. W. L. Goss 2311 Trade St. 1-11 TVVRNTV A( 'RES Prunes, cherries and apple orchard, good building and dryer, on rock road, mail and tele phone line. Will take house and lot r unall acreaee. pood terms. Prunes, pan Jnnrnsl VAKTRV TO LOAN Om second hand iwelrv. men's clothing, musical in rtrnments, tools, gnns, bicycles etc. Also bought, sold and traded. Capital Exchange, 337 Court St. Phone 493. janl9 TO TRADE Boantiful 25 acre home, close in, clear of incumbrance, to ex change for close in Salem property, nn tn S4.000.00. terms on balance. mi aanno.OO. Phone 32F4, address Franklin. Salem. R. 6, box Chief Healev was reticent about the charges. 'Beyond declaring my innocence of these charges and my complete ignor ance of any basis for them I have noth- to sav, " he said. He did not seem worried over tne activity of the state's attorney ana the only concern he showed was over the effect the scandal might have up on his invalid wife. Mayor Thompson, at Springfield, learned of the developments at mid night and left immediately for Chicago. Republican Electors Cast Vote for Hughes Republican electors representing the state of Oregon in the electoral col lege met in Secretary of State Olcott's nfficp vesterdav afternoon and cast The county auditor's books are being! their ballot for'( ha,rles Evans Hughes, audited by A A. Lee and F. T. Wright- republican canamate ior ' man experts. Thev will finish their the November election, and Charles W. work todav Fairbanks, vice presidential candidate on tne repuonean ucuei. District Attorney Max Gehlhar has! The electors who met ami cast their i n. ;,.k i;t- o,; nut ami fnr. ivnte were R. K. Butler. Willis 1. oi ..... mi i w r k,.'i, v ( mer district Attorney ningu is i u-'i n r'uik' ..I...... .titTimr his aheni'P. 1 Wilson. 1 ne text ui , . i i : l - . ,La ....... i ii ,1 to aa A notice of appeal to the supreme i follows: court was filed with the county clerk "In the great democrat! : it- ..o f ih i ;,.., c Ton ithn Pacific northwest IIMH 111 Ull V OH v. .. i . . . - . m .' tu. . Aia.ni.A fn.m thi.ilrpnt oasis of republicanism the state circuit court Dec. 30, 1910, and the , or uregon '""."""""f", asks that it be reconsm- ors, lane pleasure ..B , ! we have this day cast the vote of Orc- lann for vou for president of the Unit- An appeal was made to the supreme led states, and ar much gratified to court bv Charles A. Lytle and Julia A. 'have this pleasure and J Lvtle 'in their case against B. F. regret exceedingly that thiB vote U not Kanip. executor of the estate of Mary j effective in making you president. a Ramp, deceased. They appeal from ; - the decision rendered by the circuit Willamette river bridge at MM court recently, cancelling a mortgage and after the hour of noon, Thursday n,i mukinir void a promissory note is-Man. lltb. sued them by the late Mary Ramp. The Denver. Colo., Jan. 9. "Bring the cards," Colonel VV. Y, Cody told his sister, Mrs. May Decker today, "and we'll play a game of high five, you and I." The cards were brought and for hours, propped up in bed, the veteran plainsman played a game of cards with his sister and another game with death. Buffalo Bill is dying. When told today by Dr. East, his at tending physician, that the end was not far off. the colonel took the an (President Wilson Refuses To Let Oratory Flow Washington, Jan. 9. President Wil son cut down on the oratory planned by suffragettes just before they as sembled for their memorial service in the East room of the white house for Inez Milhollaud Boissevain this alter noon. When the president learned there were to be three or four speakers and as many hundred suffrage workers in the delegation, ho sent word to the Congressional L'ulon there could be but one address The following memorial resolutions were presented to the president! We ask vou with all the fervor and earnestness of our souls to exert your power over congress in behalf of the enfranchisement of women, in the same and railroad list was concerned, but good gains were registered at midday in the copper group and certain special ties and others advanced, like Pitts burgh coal certificates of common stock, Crucible Steel, Mexican Petrol eum and so on. I'nited States Steel, after moving up fractionally to 119 7-8, moved listlessly in the, neighborhood of 112. The other steel shares were very quiet. An improved tone developed in the industrial list in the late trading nn der the leadership of steel, which ad vauced through 113. The copper shares held well near the top prices of the day. Harry Thaw Arrested For Alleged Kidnapping New York, Jan. 9. Harry K. Thaw, lnver at xtiint'ord While, was mimed way you have so successfully used itjin'a Kram1 aty jnfUetnient returned to on otner occasions anil ior less nn poitant measures. We are confident nouncement with the same courage he that if the president of the Uiiitetd has displayed throughout his life. "Colonel Cody cannot live much longer," Dr. East said this afternoon. "Not more thon two or three days at the very most." There are times, after the doctors have administered morphine, that de lirium sets in ami the old man raves of his early days the days of the pony express, the dim past wnen minions or North and J. The text of the telegram to desert of there is one States declares that this act of justice day as kidnapper of a 10-year old high school boy and assailant of that youth. 1'he indictment charges that Thaw persuaded rreilcrick ininip, ,ir., to shall bo done in the present session of (1 T Beach, Cal., for New York , I, .. . ." i- , . '. II Via Jama a I ' . .'. . Joint Installation of Odd Fellow Lodges Wednesday evening a joint installa tion of the officers for the coining year of the Rcbekaht and Chemcketa lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F., will take plnc at the Odd Fellows lodge. It will be one of the most interesting events of the year for the lodges and a large at tendance is expected from similar neighboring organizations. Kor the liebcUah lodge, the following will be installed: Mrs. Etiyc Roderick Wright, noble grand; Mis. El't'ie King, vice noble grand; Mrs. Elsie Simeral, lecretary; Mrs. HattU H. Patterson, ! treasurer. Officers of the Odd Fellows lodge to j be installed are as follows: C. T. II j Elroy, noble grand; J. B. Chenowith, . vice noble grand; L. O, Zimmerman, treasurer; W. H. Pettit, secretary. Mrs. F. L. Waters, district deputy grand president of the Hebekuha will havo charge Of the Rebekah installation and for the Odd Fellows, F. E. Churchill, district deputy grand master. congress that it will be done. 6 know furfVr that if the president does not ask it, it will not be done." Another resolution reads: 'The death of this lovely woman symbolizes the whole daily sacrifice that thousands of women have made and are making for the sake of politi buffalo roamed the plains, when Cody (,al frp(1(iom. t has made vivid the constant, unnoticed tragedy of the pro longed effort for a freedom that is acknowledged just but still denied. 'We desire to make known to you, Mr. President, our deep sense of the wrong being inflicted upon women in making them spend thoir best strength and health to win freedom under a government that professes to believe in democracy. There is only one cause for which it is right life and health. No price is too high to pay for liberty. As long as the lives of women are re quired, these lives will be given. But we beg of you, Mr. President, so to act that this ghastly price will not have to be paid. plaintiff now ered. note is for $1800. An execution was issued today by the CirCUll COUri rainnomi v j iff of -Marion couniy to sen yiuyr..., belonging to Peter Nystrom to satisfy a bill Of t21a,i)U, due u. I. ueorge. The countv court, sitting in joint session with the Polk county eourt is 87B. 1-10 sued an orier jestcrday to close the A writ of execution was filed with the county clerk yesterday afternoon, to satisfy a judgment rendered by the circuit court some time ago in the case to sell property of B. R. Randall vs. K. ft. uyan ana wife. 1 lie original javai""" ' i two thousand dollars and costs, and at a recent sale, all of the money was col lected with the exception of one hund red dollars, to recover which the pres ent writ was issued. faced every peril that men encountered the new land. At other times he displays a mind as bright, faculties as clear as ever. Wheat Not So Strong In Chicago Market Chicago, Jan. 9,-Wheat was not nearly so active as recently today. Higher prices were posted at the start, but a heavy feeling develoied a few minutes later. May wheat opened up one but sub sequently dropped 1 3-4 going to tl.HS. July opened up 1 but dropped 2Vj, mine to tU&Wi which was below yes terday's close. September wheat open 1 ed up 1m but lost z a, going to . here. Corn started out firm but reacted with wheat. May opened up 1 H, then lost 3-4 going to &91. July opened down V and lost 3-8, going to 9. Oats opened steady but a general rush to sell sent quotations down slight ly. Mav opened up 1-8 and lost half to 5814; July opened even but lost 3-8 to 55. Provisions ruled slightly higher at the opening but later followed grain, declining slightly. tap r Fon CATARRH HAY FEVER Dennis Eucalyptus OM AT ALL DBUQ STOKES tubes 26c Jars soc and I msnt I Little Interest Today In Stock Market New York, Jan. 9. The New York Evening Sun financial review today said: Although there are several underly ing causes for the absenee of public participation in the trading in secur ities, perhaps the one reason most pat ent to all is the delay in the reply of the entente powers to.tho peace note of President Wilson. The tenor of that reply will in large measure provide the jfuidance, whether it ber toward peace or the reverse, that alone can induce the habitues of commission houses to re-enter the market. Trading was ajtrcmely light and narrow today, although now and then there were brief intervals of relative briskness. Prices made but little head way as far as the general industrial and after his arrival here, tied the young man up and thrashed him with a whip at the MCAilun Hotel, uccein bcr 25. (Jump is said to have returned to his home in Kansas City and when he told his family of his experience, they asked Frank P. Walsh, former head of the government's industrial re lations commission, to make the .facts known to the authorities here. Thaw is said to be at the Hotel Bel gravia, in Philadelphia. A detcc.tivo with a warrant is en route there to day. Included in the evidence which the then district attorney Jerome collected against Thaw during the famous mur der trials was testimony of a number of women that Thaw had lured them into certain rooming places in New York 's disreputable district and there beat them with S jeweled whip. Committee Appointed To Work Out Scheme For Planking R. R. Bridge To work out the details of planking the Southern Pacific railway bridge, a committee composed of C. A. Park, Fred Steusloff, F. O, Deckebach and L. H McMahon was appointed by the direct ors of the Commercial club to confer with the county court. If the higher Southern Pacific officials accept the re commendations of those It conference here today, planking of the railway bridge will begin at once. To pay in part for the planking, estimated to cost 15,000, there will probably be a toll charged. As the railroads arc not per mitted to collect a toll, the matter will probably be handled by the forming of a company, the tolls collected to be ap plied on the cost of planking- Until the new bridge is completed, the plank ed bridge will be the only means by which vehicles and pedestrians can cross the river, and then all traffic must be stopped as trains approach. Well Known Portland Woman Speaks US THE SAME I If ALL OKECION. Portland, Oregon, "I send shie etate meut with great pleasure. My daughter owes her life to the use of Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescrip tion. She was i very delicate gin DCtore using yuur medicine. "I have used the ' Prescription ' for weakness pecu liar to women and found it perfectly wonderful. I have need Dr. Pierce's medicines for over thirty-five years. "My husband has used the 'Ccftigb Syrup ' and thinks it is great." M8. L. A. Foster, 1502 E. 8th St., W. 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