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THE SCIO TRIBUNE
GRAND JURY RECOM
SCIO, LINN tXlUNTY. OREGON. MARCH 4. 1915
Keeping Pad in Beigli
RESERVE ARMY IS
TO DE ORGANIZED
SI.25 THE YEAR
Judge Kelly Monday
SCIENCE TO TREBLE
The following cases were act«**!
upon Monday afternoon by Judgt*
State of Oregon vs Grace Green Aamactiaeat is MWt By Sacratary
W»rt si th Cutty Officers ate Cea*
wood and Thomas Alvin, defendants
tiu if th Caaaty Offices
ligNB-lttMa el 10.000
L in Tbt Pracass is ta Ba
were disrharg«*d on motion of the
district attorney. They were held
under bonds to k«*ep the peace
State of Oregon vs C. IL Linde
«-»mplainant failing to appear,
Many thing» are recommended in
New York, Feb. 2H. Formal an
Washington, Feb. 2M. Two dim
the report filed Saturday afternoon
nouncement was mwle here tonight
cover!-.*«, both of vast importance to
«• the formation of an organisation his bondsmen were exonerated.
by the grand jury.
The report ta
American Industries ami one r«-gnrd-
State of Oregon vs Tom Lewi«, <«l also as a prio-lrm,military asset,
in part ax follow»:
of first rewerve«. to lie kn«-wn ax the
"Among other caw» inv«-ntigau-«i
American i«rgion, to be comt>«>M*d amault. dismiss««! on motion of th«* were announc«-»! today by S,-cr«-tary
of former army, navy and milita- district attorney la-caum* of al>m*ncr Lane, of the Interior denartment.
was a caae involving th«- alleged un
men. which will better insure the *’F prosecuting witm*M
lawful killing of deer in Linn coun
Th«-y are chemical procvi«w->« develop-
nation's preparedm-ss in cam- of
Slate of Oregon v« (rank Stem «*«1 after years of r«-w*arch by Dr.
ty. In thia caae we did not indict,
gramlt. a«aault; defendant discharg Walter Rittman, «-hemical engineer
for the reaaon that it was impoastble
Captain Gordon Johnston, aide-de «1 and bondsmen exonerate*! <»n of the bur»-au of mim-s
hi secure evidence which, in our
camp to Major General W«»od. com-1 molten of district attorney Iwcaum-
judgment, would justify it.
One is «*X|s-ct«^l to enable oil r«*-
mandmg the deparament of the
alwen«*»- of complainant,
"We have examin«-«! into the con-
finer» to increase their output of
east, made th«- announcement on
Wade vs I*. E. Strong, suit gasoline by 200 per cent; the other
dition of the offices of the county
tiehalf of a group of army ami navy1 te recover money, default and jodg- tnak«*« p«saiiblr th«- pr«s|uction from
and alm the poor farm. We have
nien, who in an unofficial capacity ment to se|) attached property
found all officers diligent and at
crude petroleum of toluol and I m - iv
R. L. Iievaney vs City of Scio; lol, bases for dye« and high explosi
tending to duties and have found
are acting with civilians in promot
nonsuit on motion of plaintiff
ing the movement.
the records ami papers well krpt
ve«. fur which in th«- past th«- United
Captain Johnston said that it was
and in proper order.
States ami th«- rest of th»* world has
planne»! to «>«tabli»h within a »bort
"In our examination of the court
depemled almost exclusively
time a first reserve of between 2f>0,-!
house, jail and poor farm, we have
Dr. Ritftnan ha- applied
iHMi ami 3(Ml.lSK) former army, nsvv
found certain improvements, which,
ami militiamen for instant call in
in our judgement, should be marie
iwtcnts on his priH-t-iw«-» to prevent
and recomm«-nde»l to the county
cum - «>f emergency
the iMswibilitv of any monupnly in
Major General Wood has al reati y
court as follows:
their use ami will dwlicate them to
"That the safe ami books which
The First Pülic Sates Day Attracts the American paople.
"Them* processes,” said S»-cr«-tary
are in the county judge's office, not Ite Allies Flett ti Stig All th Stops
I Jim- today. "ar«< fraught with the
belonging to the present judge or
E> Iute Bntui’s State
Numerous other publi«* men
county, should be removed by the
have indorse«! the oroject ami an
Oil company luts had a log advant-
owner as the space occupied is need
announcement by th»- promoters
age over the inde|M»ndents in pro
ed in the office.
say that ex-Secretaries of War and
duction of gasoline, having a t»at»*nt-
that linoleum I m - placed on the floors
Centuries ago the people of Eng
in the offices of the county clerk,
Ijondon, March I. If the cum- of the navy have imiicate<l their land ami <>n the continent of Europe e«i pro«*«» obtaining three times the
recorder ami school superintendent bmeti fleet of Great Britain ami willingm-M to act in an advisory used to gather at selected places amount of gasoline from a given
quantity of petroleum than th»* inde
and that th«- spittoons in the latter France can prevent it no com modi- ! capacity.
ami hold market fairs ami guilds,
pendents now obtain.
office la* removed and that smoking ties of any kimi except thorn* now
I'hey journeyed from far distant
"Now the Federal g>iv«*rnm«*nt,
not lai allowed in this office.
on the seax shall henceforth, until
I points, driving cattle, sheep ami
the efforts of Dr Rittman,
"We find in the attic of the court the conclusion of th«- war. reach or
j swim«, bringing foods, clothe« and
to make free for th»* um *
house a large amount of rubbish leave the shore« of Germany,
j various other articl«*a to (tarter,
This is England's answer to Ger
and debris and recommend that the
' trade or sell to |«*<iple from other
yields of gnxolim*
gress for iM»rmifsion to raise a ill- j
same I m - removed. We recommend . many's submarine blockade and it
... sections. These occasions were al-
fully 200 per cent and (M-rhapa more.
vision of cavalry
Mr. Rooaevelt a
that the womien addition to the jail, is to tie effective forthwith.
I ways accompanied by celebrations
Dr. Rittman a*M»*rts his process is
Premier Asquith, reading from a
during the days of the fairs, and
"I am! my four sons gladly will j
simpler and more t*conomical.
everybody was merry.
As to the condition of the county prepared Statement, mad«- this an
Th«* amount of merrymaking was
poor farm, a splendid report w*» nouncement in the Housr of Com
; hope ami pray that there will I»- u<>
Oregon Building at the
on the same scale as were the
made but a few improvenw-nu in
Exposition Dedicated Monday
days of old, but from a commercial
the equipment were recommended, j which will In- historic. Stixiioualv
! war is to I m * pr«-(>ar«-»l for it; and
standpoint th«* stock sale will stand
Among the things recommended waa avoiding the terms "blockade" and
‘ tiie only way to avert disaster ami
comparison. From distant points in
that the farm be supplied with two "c«>ntral>and" for these words occur
San Franci«i*u, March I. The
disgrace in war is by prejiaration.
Ijnn and Renton counties the crowd Or«*gon building of th»* expttetion
daily papers, as it waa found that nownere in the prepare»! statement,
Iioth military and naval. In advance
poured into Ali-any all morning, ami was <l»-«iieatr«l with a gr«-at ceremony
the inmatt-s shoul^ have more read the Premier explained that after
this day the allies eonshlered them
by 11 o'clock it wad practically im- t>wlay, Juilg«- Wolverton of the
New Grand Jury
selves justified in attempting, an«!
to obtain livery stable ac- Unit«*d State« aupreme «murt. pre
According to the report, the grand
would attempt, to 'detain an<! take
By the time Ben siding Hon R A Booth represent
There lining no busine«« tn lx*
into port, shqai carrying go»»!» of
(Continued on |>age 21
Sudtrll start««! the sale, hundreds of ed Governor Withyc««mls-, who <lr-
presum«-«! enemy destination, owner brought before the new grand jury, peopl«* were gatherer] around the liverr«! th«* address It is universally
last Monday, the jury adjoume»! in
ship or origin."
admitted that Oregon has about the
a short time to lie called together
The sale waa opened by a parade finest building on the grounds
again one week prior to the time
Has Located at Molalla
through the princijial streets, head
s>-t for the June term of the circuit
ed by the Albany high school band.
G t is Coming Nearer
A private letter from George court. W A Barrett of Albanv. is Following the band were calm con
Blatchford informs The Tribune that i foreman; 0. G. Wyman. Shelburn. taining Mayor Curl, city officials
Cambridge, Mass . March 3.
he has located at Molalla. Clackmax W II. (ondra, Halsey; J. L. Sharp, ami members of the city council.
comet. whi«-h to visible in
county and will engage in the hard Brownsville; Elmer Fag, Crawfords Then came a Itorsster brigade of
skum through a small
ware busirw-M. He says Molalla now ville- and G. M. Bilyeu of Scio, con small boys earning banners. Next
stitute the new jury.
has a population of 500, two rail
came the Albany Are department, ami will make its t«eriheliott pa>»age
roads and a good
automobihw, a float liearing a troup around the sun <>n July 20. accord
The prospects for the i
of acrobats from the Y. M C. A., ing to computations mod« by Prof.
town to good and Mr. Blatchford i
law renn* Compton left Momlay stock to I m * sold ami a brigade of Crawford and Mias Young of the
expects tn do a good busines«
ile for Loma, Montana, to join a
rela- horse back riders.
We are installing a Roller
waa formerly with the firm
live, George Devaney, ami perhaus
The parade ended at Seron»! ami Cal.
and Grinder, which will
Blatchford Bros, of Shelburn.
locate. Loma has become h«-a«l Feiry streets, where the
This was announced at the Har
enable us tn do Custom
quarters for a large settlement of held. Mayor Curl opened the cere- vard Olwervatory today.
work on very short notice
AU Have Knackers
former Linn county people, probaldy monies with an appropriate addre*
Call and give ua a trial.
fifty or sixty in all. Mr. Devaney in which be welcomed the people to
Wm. Brenner is the first to get
Scio, like all other towns, ha» has 185 acres in wheat and with Albany and tuched on the purpose at making garden, so far as we have
a few knockers. ’Tis a pi tty (hat high prices prevailing, han anticipa- of the stock sale day. He announc
seen. He may have to provide a
all knocker« cannot he congregate»! lH»o« of a golden harvest, with a ed that Market day will be held the stove or some other heating procea«
in one town, no that they would lie- number of others filling their soil to last Saturday of every month, The to keep the stuff from rotting. It
Phone Ind 336 - SOO. ORE.
come disgusted with the knocking ibe limit wUh wheat - All*any auctioneer started the selling at 1 to a month yet to garden making
London. March I. li t*. Hoover;
chairman of the American Belgium
relief committee, todav issued the
"It is dt-mrerl that certain facta
be perfectly clear in the discussions
going on in the American pr«*«u with
relation to the work of this com
"First The German authorities
agr«*ed with us in Ih-cwmbrr that
lh«*rv should lie no further requisi
tions or purchas«*» of foodstuffs by
the German army in the occupied
xom* of Belgium
zone comprise« th«* wh<»b- of Bel
gium with th«- exception of terri
tory immediately adjacent to the
The German author!-
ties have cairied out this umlet tak
ing with scrupulous cart*
never has been any interferrno* by
them with foodstuff» imported by
this commiasion, and th«- whole of
these foodstuffs or their equivalent
have gone to the Belgian civilian
ElIMAN’ rc LOSEI )
TO ALL TRAFFIC
FIRST MARKET 1
PROVES A SUCCESS
Scio Feed Co.
Flour, Mill Feed
Grain, Hay and
SCIO FEED CO.