Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, January 29, 1914, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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DAILT CAPITA!. JOTJXXAA IALB2I, 0R230S. THTO8DAY, JANUABY 29, 1914.
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Undue Profit Is Allowed on Contract,
According to Evidence in New
York Inquiry.
"How Glorious 'TIZ' Makes Tour Sore,
Burning, Swollen, Sweaty, Cal
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POLITICIANS IN CONTBOL
OF WOEK DONE IN STATE
At
HOE
Montgomery County Jobs Boferced to
Special Grand Jury Action m Be
cult of Exposures.
CMITID PBESS LIlSrD Willi.
Albany, Jan. 29. Commisioner J,
Osborne ordered testimony taken be
fore him yesterday concerning highway
repair work in Montgomery county re
ferred to the district attorney of that
county with a request for grand jury
action. The work was performed by
the Mohonk Construction company, of
Amsterdam, of which Peter V. Baird,
described as a friend of ' Joseph J.
Murphy, retired Democratic leader of
Troy, is president.
Mr. Osborne characterized as grand
larceny the manner in which the con
tract was obtained and tho work per
formed, lie alBO expressed the opin
ion that tho highway contracts in that
county were controlled by a political
coterie consisting of ex-8onalor Gard
ner, Baird, County Chairman Weimple
of that county, and Joe Murphy, of
Troy.
Price Largely Excessive.
The road, a four-mile stretch, was
built in 1902 at a coot of $33,000 and
re-surfaced in 1912 at a cost of approx
imately $24,000.
In addition to this a supplemental
agreement had been drawn, but never
signed,, which would have brought the
re-surfacing cost up to 37,000. A. S,
Mirick, a highway department engin
eer, testified today that the price paid
was (11,741 ia excess of a proper
charge for the work, which would have
allowed the- contractor a 20 per cent
profit
The contract for the road was one of
the 31S approved by the Benzl-Hoek-Reel
highway commission after First
Deputy Foley had awarded it. It was
brought out that the work had been
completed ' before the commission had
gran tod its approval.
"District Attorney Alexander has
requested me to learn additional facts
about these 318' contracts so awarded
and so approved," said Mr. Osborne.
Joseph' C. "Onrran, an investigator
now In the employ qf the highway de
partment, who assisted John. A, ITen
nessy In U)e highway graft inquiries,
teetifieeboceming the road. We said
ho had'atken 32 samples of material
sfld if various sections, and not one
conformed with tho specifications.
Mr. Osborne promised to inquire fur
ther into, the reason why Charles T."
Murphy, Jr., newphew of the leader of
Tammany hall, and a bonding agent,
sent a telegram to Daniel L. Mott, a
highway contractor of Utica, offering to
"execute" a contract which had been
awarded to Mott August 25, 1913. Jn
this connection it was brought out that
(10 contracts, one of which was Mutt's,
were hold up in tho office of the state
controller pending an investigation by
experts of the department of efficiency
and economy,
Ttadlum may become so plentiful
that it can be obtained for $80,000 a
grain, Even then many of us couldn't
afford to be cured by it,
flon't Ucar
A Truss !
After Thirty Years' Experience I Have
Produced An Appliance for Men,
Women or Children That
Cures Knpture.
I Bsntt It On Trial
Jf roil nam trl-a inn.t ornrythlnn filw, onnut to
i. When mimi (all la wiiem 1 iiv mr irmtiMi
e UlWd Ui'lHHt (Hiupuu today Will Will unci
Thm mhvrm ( C. E. Rrookt. lnvNtor l lh
Apoiianc. rlui curd Mimrff and who U mw
gmncolhm th bnlil oi hit mtrimt
It rujrfurfd, wni him today,
I Mhli, Mich.
yon tr mf l)luitriml Kk ou Ttnuir iml Iti
cura, bowl(j(( nijr AptlluuoA tnl flvln you prit-n
ad nainni ot mtnjr piipl wln huva tried it ui(
worfl riireil. It yivtti ItniKitt rvltff when all othit
ft 11, KinumHtr, t UiOiiOMlvt'n.iioliU'ltcii, nolloi.
1 urn J m trial t rova what 1 say It uua. Voa
ar Oka Julm and oura having in my tlluiiratd
ltHk and rU It yuti will bfl w iiiJimlullfl m my
liuuifruii of iwiln ita wtuxta lottoia yuu run alo
rrnd. Mil out fra cotipa (wluw and uialt tody
lt'a writ worth jrutir Uuia whetlier you Uy my Ap
l-ilaiifA or ri'jU
Fi:C IVTOrtNATION OOUIPON
Mr. C . Brooka,
asrs6 ituSt. Mm.UU, Mick.
IMihii wtt'l mn iy mail. In vtmxn wrninr,
tHii-trwUxl tvMik mul full liilnritmtiuu about yv
Aiiiiuu)u I of una cura ol jui'tuiv.
Nama
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Just take your shoes oil and then put
tnose weary, snoe-cnakled, aching,
burning, corn-pestered, bunion-tortured
feet of yours in a "TIZ" bath. Your
toes will wriggle with joy; they'll look
up at you and almost talk and then
they'll take another dive in that
"TIZ" bath.
When your feet feel like lumps of
load all tired outjust try "TIZ."
Its grand its glorious. . Your feet will
dance with joy; alto you will find all
pain gone from corns, callouses and
bunions.
There's nothing like "TIZ". It's
the only remedy that draws out all the
poisonous exudations which puff up
your feet and cause foot torture.
Get a 20-cent box of "TIZ" at any
drug or department store don't wait.
Ahl ho,v glad your feet get; how com
fortable your shoes feel. You can wear
shoes a size smaller if you desire.
OPEN FORUM.
INDOBSES FULLEST DISCUSSION.
Kditor Capital Journal: May I as
sure you that your readers appreciate
very much the liberal policy exercised
by you in the conduct of the Open
Forum. ;
At a time when so vital a question
as the bonding of Marion county to
raise $850,000 is being contemplated,
both the pros and cons should be given
an opportunity to express their views
so that a conclusion may be reached
which is in the best interest of the
greatest number.
It Is to be hoped the day of gag rule
will speedily come to an end, whatever
may be the object to be promoted. Lot
us have more of the wholosomo reason
ing and practical common sense ex
pressed by such , staunch citizens as
Dexter Field on the bonding issue, and
thereby promote not only the best in
terest of those most vitally concerned,
but uphold also the right of free speech,
the foundation of representative gov
ernment. The people are learning the power of
The Capital Journal as a factor in
this city, FREE SPEECn.
.' Salem, Ore., January 28th.
GRARING POLICEMEN
FROM JAIL 14
HOURS EARLY
HNITIl) 1'HBBS I.RASND WIUS.l
San Francisco, Jan. 2I. Formtir Po
licemen Charles Joseph, William T. Mo
Hugh, LoiiIb Pronlotto and .lames Me
Oowan, imprisoned for imrticiiiating In
tlia spoils of nn Italian bunco ring, wore
rolnasod from tho county jail today.
Thoir tonus wero to have cxplrml at
mldnlclit, but tho men wero released M
hours earlier, because Sheriff IIcK'""
declared they had provented no less
than fivo widespread plots to break out
of tho county jail. Tho order for their
roleaso was signed by Superior Judo
('nbanlss,
Joseph, McIIough and Drouletto will
bo arrni(rned next Tuesday on remain
ng Indictiiieuts Htandini; nainst tliem.
It Is prolinblo that theso Indictments
will be dismissed.
WAR OF WORDS BUI
NO BLOOD IS SHED
An argument which nearly terminated
in a piinlistie. bout took place In Justice
Webster's court today between Attor
neys I,, II, Mo .Mulmn and liobiu IX
lny, both of SkIimii. The trouble arose
out of a suit which was brought against
McMiiImn fur tho recovery of $."-t.M
which ws alleged to be due F. V. Shop
hard for Inbori performed. Frequent
jolts ewro thrown back aiid forth
by the attorneys Onring tho hearing un
til finally McMuhnn, drawing his eoat,
shook an unsteady finnuro at Attorney
Pay and said: "Tnko caro young imiu
how you examine my witness. You act
as a gentleman now or titer will be
trouble."
t'pon completing his examination, At
ttirncy Pay arose and announced that
ho would wt his case In view of the
fact that the court had already made
up his mliiil. At this juncture, Attor
ii ey Mc.Muhan jumped to his fei't nul
in a loud voice told Justice Webster
that Pay should be fined for contempt
of court.
''Tho court should teach this young
Wholesale
We have bought a large slock of rubbers
at 50 cents on the dollar, and we are sel
ling them for just what we paid for them.
Ladies' Rubbers, rolled edge and plain edge, OEZn
most all sizes, now go at OC
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rolled and plain soles, now go at . .
Lot of Men's Snag -
price $6,50 to $7,
Lot of Men's Plain
Boots, $4 to $5
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Price Shoe Co.
326 State Street
Next Door to the
Ladd & Bush
Bank
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secret in
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dgwqysTea
England's favorite for over
(mi 70 years
uiau a lesson right now," declared Mc
Muhnn. "Such words from nn infantile
mind should not bo tolerated by this
court. It is a (lnmnnlilo outrage to
you honor's grey huirs to porinit such
InnguagO' from this follow. Jf this
court does not impose a fino upon this
attorney for his abuse and open con
tempt of your honor, it will not bo
showing its proper self respect. If 1
wis conducting this court I would either
impose a fino on this man or I would
take him out in tlu street and punch
his head for him."
Attorney McMahan grow very angry
ami continued to point out tho necessity
why Pay should bo compelled to pay
a fine until Justice. Wobster bruko In
on tho speaker and dismissed tho ense
by finding for tho defendant.
Attorney Pay said afterwards that
ho wns willing to fight MeMnhnn but
the latter would not go out of the
court room. Pay gir.o notice of nppcnl
to tho circuit court.
DEATH NOTICES.
At his resilience, Seventeenth and
Helleview streets, Wednesday, January
2S, at i-M a. in., Mose Hull, agcr .u
years.
Funeral announcement will be mude
on tho arrival of the sou of the deceas
ed from Montana.
Get MUSTER0LE Today
for Lumbago!
It's amar.ingly quick relief. And
it to easy to use.
You just rub ML'STEUOLE in brisk
Iv, and presto, tho pain
is gone a delicious,
soothing comfort comes
to tnko its placo.
Ml'STEKOLK IS a
clean, white ointment,
made with oil of mus
tard. Vse it instead of
mustard plaster. Will
not blister.
Poctor ind nurses use
OLE and recommend it to
Mt'STER
their pa-
tienti.
proof Boots, regular dJJ QtZ
to clean them up, ,rVD
and Snagproof
grades,while they last'
of Other Rubber
to Fit Any Foot
(Continued from page one.)
Panama-Pacific, saying he had a pull
there. I told him I was not an educat
ed girl, so could not try either posi
tion. But I left my telophone number
because he requested it.
"I remembor he askod me if my hair
was real, and said ho liked red hair, i
"It was some woeks before I saw
him again. It wns by chance, as I
stood looking through a window at
some hnts. He told me ho thought I
would make a good model, Ho had tel
ephoned to mo beforo that, and asked
me to luncheon with him at tho St.
Francis. I
"A wholo year went by beforo I saw
him again, or nearly a year. Thon I
begnn to soo him oftener. I was work
ing at my trado and living in the samo
littlo room in a houso where my girl
friends lived,
Says She Loved Him. i
"I grew to love him. Wo became en-1
gaged to bo mnrried. Ho told mo ho !
hud been married but wns divorced, and j
that tho renson ho could not marry me ;
was that his unhappy marriage had '
broken his old father's health, and that I
ho could not afford to risk his fnth-1
er's opposition at that timo to another;
marriage.
Mto gave me an engagement ring.'
No, not that one," as Attorney O'Con-1
nor held up a gulden circlet. "The
first ring ho gave mo had a ruby and
two small diamonds in It. Ho took it
away nnd gnvo mo that one, because he
said the ruby ring was bringing us bud
luck.
"t was with hint when he bought
my new ring. Yes, 1 was a good girl
then, and working at my trade."
"When did your relations with Van
Puulen cento to be proper?'' asked At
torney O'Couner,
The girl stirred in her chair at the
Tliey will gladly tell you what relief
it gives from Sore Throat, Bronchitis.
Croup, Stiff Neck, Asthma, Neuralgia,
Congestion, Pleurisy, Rheumatism,
Lumbago, Pains snd Aches of the
Hack or Joints, Sprains,- Sore Muscles,
Bruises, Chilblains, Frosted Feet,
Colds of the Chest (it prevents pneu
monia). At your druggist's in
2 "c nnd 5oc jars, and n
special lar-ro hospital
sire for i..")0.
Accept no substitute
If your druggist cannot
supplv von, send S.V O'
S'V to" the Ml'STER
CLE Company, Cleve
land, Ohio, and wo will mail you a jnr,
postsage prepaid.
Dr. J. J. Gordon, a well-known De
troit physician, ssys: "Mustorole is in
valuable in my practice and my home."
50c
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My
question, and the crimson suddenly
rushed to her face and neck. Tears filled
her eyes, and she did not try to brush
them aside.
Bought Wedding Slug.
"In November," she answered in a
whisper, "I went with him to Blan
co's restaurant. He asked me to give
up my little room, and I did. Ho rented
an apartment for us, and I stopped
working at my trade. I went to New
York with him in January, 1913. I
went as Mrs. Joseph D. Van Baalen. He
said he could not marry mo at that
time, but he bought me a wedding
ring. He said his old father and moth
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30 Days Free
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To any of our customers who arc ttirom Missouri" and
want (to "be shown" what an Electric Washing Ma
chine will do before they buy it. Instructions how to
operate the machine given at your home without charge.
For further information call Main 85, or at our office.
SEE OUR WINDOW
Ha
State
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OIL
We guarantee this oil to make any shoe
absolutely water-proof or your money back
for the empty can. This oil is made from
purely animal and vegetable matter and
prolongs the life of leato, instead of burn
ing it up as mineral oil does. The basis of
all other shoe oils now on the market,
EXCEPTING DUX BAX, is mineral oil.
If yon want to burn your shoes up and make them
crack and break, buy any old oil. If you want them
to wear twice as long and be waterproof, buy
Dux Bax
Price Shoe Co.
326 State Street
Next Door to the
Ladd & Bush
Bank
er were too ill to be opposed, and that
his father was very rich."
Miss Alexander was still on the stand
when court adjourned. The letters
which Van Baalen wrote to her were to
be introduced later.
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Cutsforth, I. E,,Hauling gravel.. 126.00
Gloason, Mauris, Shoveling gra
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Grossman, Clarence, Hauling gra- '
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Loscy, Robert, Shoveling gravel 15.65
Maul, J. N., Hauling gravel 12.80-
Marshall, Sam, Shoveling gravel 18.00-
Mode, Wm., Hauling gravel 34.90
Natham, B. A., Singlo-tree, etc...' 1.75.
! Pendegrass, Albert, Shoveling
gravel 6.85-
Salem Sand & Gravel Co., Gravel 178.0O--Siegmund
Brothers, Sharpening
grader 3.00-
Road District No. 8.
Hawmnn, E. G., Supervising...... 2.5ft
(To be continued.)
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