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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1920.
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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON
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DN CHICKEN RANCH
San Francisco. Dec. 1. (I. K. S.)
Wareant were to be. served today
on nine persons indicted last night
by the federal grand Jury In con
nection' with the investigation of
- John p. Costello, secretary to Senator
burton, former . acting, prohibition di
rector; Harry Brolaakt, ppuglaa New
ton and William M. Dean, already under
indictment,. and four others whose names
. were placed .on secret file, were 'in
dicted by the grand Jury. It also filed
a voluminous report on . Its probe i of
mien nquor trarnc wnich was withheld
for the time being- from the public on
' order of Federal Judge Dooling -to per
niit its official transcription. :
Costello was Indicted as a result of
the story told by Harry Marquard. cafe
owner, to the grVnd jury. " Marquard
, declared he had purchased "protection"
and named In addition to the late Lorin
Handley, former - prohibition director,
.Costello and others. ; . . c y ; v
In a statement today Costello declared
the grand Jury had been unfair to him.
He said he had agreed to appear before
the Jury and waive Immunity In order
v. t it
Loot of 'deputy sheriffs i n .Tuesdays raid un farm. Jugs und stills found burled
to tell his- story. He wu not called.
Costello claims he is a i victim of cir
cumstances. He said that In lunching
at Marqusrd's with Handley he had no
knowledge that his presence there was
being used to "reassure Marquard." ;
Conspiracy to violate the prohibition
act is charged against all the defendants.
j Two hundred and fifty gallons of
moonshine whiskey, in one gallon
and two gallon Jugs, was the find
made by internal revenue men and
Ueputy Sheriffs Schirmer and Chris-
toff ersen through ar search at the
t H. 6'Neil chicken, ranch on the
Barr road. Tuesday afternoon.
The liquor was burled on the place
and the seizure was so extensive that
an auto truck was called from Portland
to haul in the stuff. Two dismantled
tills were found in a shed and ther
were 40 empty, sugar sacks on the place.
Although the place was watched by offi
cers for many hours, no'orfe appeared,1
and it is said the owner, has not been
found. . .
f First Girl to Join .Army
! The first girl to join the army through
the Portland recruiting station ap
peared Wednesday morning at the home
Of Sergeant and Mrs. Samuel L. Latham.
The girl, weighing eight pounds, was
worn early Wednesday morning and the
stntion is in a nuandary as to what
corps she shall be attached. , ,
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In pre-war days all that was necessary to secure telephone service
was to place ah order. The telephone plant was there and ready for
. you. No one expected any oher condition and it was natural that it
should be so. The war came and the equipment ordinarily used to
provide for your needs was taken to supply the urgent require
ments of the nation. Men, money and- materials became scarce.
Telephone .. construction practically ceased. Almost immediately! the '
resultant pinch was felt. Telephone service in some localities could
not be secured at all; in jthers only after indefinite delay. Such con
ditions grow rapidly worse a telephone plant must be constantly
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It has been impossible to catch up with the accumulated demand,
much less restore the normalconition of having plant ready for serv
ice as orders are received. ThTsis our problem today.
. We must buildmillions of dollars worth of plant in order to satisfy
your service requirements. We are operating today in Oregon at a
deficit. We are not evemearning the interest and dividend charges on
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fair return on the investment. v 4
We are asking forratei that will give such a return and permit the
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