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THE SCIO TRIBUNE
SCIO. LINN COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 2'.»
EFFECT OF BRITISH THAT NEW SUIT
FOE OF INHUMANITY
MINES IS FEARFUL
THE SCIO POOL
Th«- Tribune editor a'->lnowl«»lg«*i
luu«t Friday mme fiv«» or six mo
the corn. Hr did buy. lM*gg«si, bor
hair buyers were her«» to participat«*
Sadici if Greiad is fera lala Hngh rowed <»r *t«>l«* a new suit of clothe« Miltrntnnt bf th Girai» if Iritisk in the auction »ale of mohair at R
in Albany a »bort time ago
Shelton's r«»al «-state office Some
Gratin ky tkt Uadertraaad
PrisMin Oidirtl Prnved
publish thi« fact fur the information
35<H) rteeevs bad been list«*«! and as
Scio mohair is reckon«*! as tiring
al»*ut the li*»«t grown in the «tale,
That pai»*r aeemed considerably
buyer* wer«» anxious to secure the
exorciaed almut the matter in it*
last week edition While we sorrow
Lindon. April 27
War Secretary pook
l*>mlon, April 27.
Three buyers from Portland. Al
parapets and sandbags disappeared**
Kitchener told th«* Hou*«* of l<**rd*
Sternlierg, representing M Stern-
says the British official eyewitness"
today that British prisoner* ha«l been
man to procure a m-w suit, w*» are insulted, maltreated and even *h-*t burg A t’o. of Alluiny. am! A M
in describing the effect of the ex-
glad to note that th«» fact is of suffi
plosions <>f the British mine« which
down by their German captors. He Reev«»s of l*»bam*n. were prem-nt.
made a statement to the House on \ sraled bn! by A. G. Ih»vorak for
precv«le«| the recent attack* and
capture by the British of hill No. till
this subject in which he said in I ;13 cents |*-r pound was read by Mr
Shelton when th«- *ah- opened
to the southeast of Ypre*.
"I have been forced with reluc
"The whole surface of the ground
assumed strange shafs**. Here it twiught from a Linn countv mer tant-«» to accept as indisputably true stat«» wa* 32| cent* for a Lincoln
was torn into hugh craters, there chant who ha» iieen a constant con the malltreatment by th«» tierman county pool, this *«-al«-«i Ind mvnird
The tn act as a **rt of dam|M*r upon the
large mound* of fallen debris were tributor to this county's tax roll* army of British prisoners
Only «me buyer.
Hag ue convention ha* In-en fragrant buyers present.
to Is» seen.
t««r nerve to ran««»
"A* the reports of the explosions
ly disregarded by German officers.
bid was 633,10
Our prisoners have Ix-en *trip|x->!
died away and while denar columns
ami wu the
ami maltreated in various wavs an*!
of smoke and dust hung in the air.
in mm«» cam** the evitlence goes to
our men sprang from the trenches
and rushed across the intervening hand m«*-down purcha»» of nearly prove that they have l»-»-n *h>*t in
Our officers, even when bacon
space of some 40 to 60 yards lying two years ago. from another Linn <»«>hl blood
The mohair was deliver«*«! yeat«*r-
wounded, have been wantonly in-
between our line and the gaping
by th«* »eller* at West Scio
suited and frequently «truck
craters before them, the front cover
i whole business will allay any anxiety
"Germany ha* for many year*
ed by the attack tieing only some
j the News may f«»el atwiut our want-
| hms | before tlx» civilise«! world a*
250 yards in length
"Where the min«** actually had i robe. Il does not amount to much. a great military nation
. yet is sufficient for our nee«ta ami abundantly proved her military skill
exploded nothing was left of the
But surely it wa*
occupants of the hoatile line, but in I so long as we hav«» to i*a> for it and courage
the neighboring trenches « hit a*Mult- i sometime in th«» distant futura. it i* also for her tu set up a standard of
military honor ami conduct which
ing infantry witnesned an extraordi ■ simply some more of our Isiem*«
would gain her the r«-*|w*et. if not Ckildrei Goinf ti Sundiy Sckool Alt
Many German soldiers,
tin- friendship of nations
«possibly owing to the fact that they
Victim- CrtswtH Home is
"I do m>t think there can lie a
w«-r«* working, were surprised while
in their shirt sleeves and without
among the Germans themselves, who
equipment Sttinn«*d by th«» violence
is n*>t heartily ashamed of the slut
of the explosion. Iiewildered and
which has ls*-n thus brought uis*n
suddenly subj«*ct«*l to a rain of hand
Creswell, April 26. The n**rth
Uie prof«*mi<>n of arm*
grenade* thrown by our Iximbing
Iwiuml Shasta Lnnit<*l of the South
Prisoner Ciisilts Liwjits hi lail Ike
parties. th«»y gav«» way to panic.
ern Pacific Co t »!ay struck an aut*i
Deftace Will Be Flu if
"Cursing and shouting, they were
Blast Breaks Coh’s Leg
driven by F E Sly in front of hi*
falling over on«» another ami fight
home here, smash«**! it to fragment*
ing in their hurry to gain the exits
Bert Bilyeu was superintending and kill«**! four small children who
leading into the communication
some rock blasting up near Kings occupnsl th«» tonneau. I»»«id«»« injur
trenches Some of thorn- in th«» rear.
Th«»y had la-m ing Mr Sly so badly that it is
Corvallis. April 26
G«-**rg«* W ton last Thurmlay
maiii|en«si bv terror, were driving
ami people thought h«» cannot recover.
Avery, arrest«?«! Saturday chargt*«!
their bayonets into the tx>dir* of
Mr Sly «uslaim-l concussion of
as a blast
• with the murder of William Purdy,
their com rad«* in front of them
brain am! a brok«»n *h<»il<l«»r.
i <•( this city waive*! a preliminary was lir«*«t a bunch of young horses
hearing today and was bound over and colts, in their play, ran out of The a<*eid«*nt wa* witm-**»l by Mra.
to th«» gram! jury without bail. The the brush Nome 200 yard« away Sly. hi* wife and Mr*. Maxwell, hi*
grand jury will convene T ue»> I ay, from the querrv. VS hen th«» blast -laughter. (' H Hick, a neighbor,
Mr. ami Mrs. Herl Wright an«l July 6.
was tired, a rock of «officient sise also «aw it
son ami daughter <>f Eastern Oregon
Mr Slv i* an elderly man
force «truck one *>f the colts on
Avery was in consultation moat of
are visiting hU sister. Mrs. King. today with attorney* W«>atherf*>rd the left hind leg just near th«* hock had just brought hl* automobile out
They think of going to California A Weatherford, of Alliany, who an joint, breaking and «battering th«* of th«» garage an*! alighted to open
for Mr Wright’s health,
te defend him. Ill* relatives have bone* The animal wan kill«**! a th«» gat«» leading to th«» S. P track,
intending to rr*»*s th«» Pacific High
Mr*, kier ha* returned from East come to his aup|s>rt. a sister from few minutes thereafter.
ern Oregon where she ha* lx*en visit Portland having l*e«»n here yester
The work was l>eing done for the way. when th«- four childr«»n came
ing het daughter. Mr* Bertha Cole, day ami Usiay. He will plead in county an«! th«» county will, probab along *>n their way to Sunday School.
who ha* a bouncing t>aby girl,
sanity a* a defense, it is said, ami ly, lie held for th«- value *>f th«» colt. They w«-re invited to rule and dam-
A Christian Evangelist has Iw-vn avers he •!**«■« not remembtr where Precautions had lieen taken. Mr bered into th«» car It wa« apparent
holding a revival meet ng at Craw he was and what he di«i Friday Bilyeu said. l<> avoid injury to stock that neither thev nor Mr. Sly *aw
but. under th«» circumstance*, t! c nr n«»ard th«- approaching train, for
fordsville for two weeks.
Mr. Sly got in and ran the automo
It I» 'bought th«- <avy Iro-ts a
<»n the track directly in front
f*-w nights ,ig<>. oamagwl the fruit.
Prof. Malortr ha two more wee ks
The horrifiel witn«-**»» heard a
of school. T •• a»t two days are took pla«-e until all the evi*l<- >cv* o.
an*l -*aw th«* automobile hurt-
Monday evening Roe Shelton load
f*>r the eighth grad«- examination. th«* crime ha-« been cur* fully vi«-we*l
in the air am! fall at one
ed h-s ’n*.< auto bo* with a round
The. wi> bave a program on Satur- ami follow«-! up.
track. The train *n?-»!
It was reported t«*lay that atnird *l*'«* n in«- id*er» of the Scio chain
*ia> at the grange all.
Its engine cr* w
person was thought to
implica e l gang nd irr cd 'hem •■'*»r to at-
■1rs. \ J Johnson and married in the stabbing. Th»- district at***r U- d ih«» am iver*arv of ti e found
daughter, of Corvallis, have been ney. however, sai l the««* is n**t a ing of the I. o O F order, which
Notice to the Public
word of truth in it Onh two wer* w.is appropriately otmerved by the
visiting Scio relative* this w«*ek.
mixe«i up in the affa.r One i* <l»-a*i Stayton lodge of that order
I hereby announce that I am the
and I am confident the other is
The personnel of the party was:
(on Donohue, J L Calavan. N. P. sole owner of the Scio Ul>ery Barn,
Moars, B A. Hol teen. Scott Turner. that all bills doe the late firm of
From May 4 to 11 is cleanup A Shanks. W. G Barth. F. J. Cary, Turner A Wil«»y are payable to me
week. says Governor Withycombe. Eli Plummer. J. L. Funk. J N, and that I will be r«*sponsible for all
What is our city council doing about Weddle, and Geo Morrow.
The bills against the said firm up to
the matter? Will it ratify the re boys reached home again about mid date, this 22nd day of April, 1916.
C. S. Wiley
SHASTA HITS AUTO;
4 KILLED, 1 HURT
Dr. I. K. Sanderson
$1 26 THE YEAR
THEIR MONEY BACK
They Allift Tlij Hive Pud on 1000
Act» if Liad N ik Ptiri,
With IN burly Russian* prewrit in
th*- court r*«*in a* plaint iff*, th«-
caw of th«- Society of Indepemlent
Doukhobor* against B J H«*cker
ami wife open«*«! for trial l*ef**r«-
Judge Galloway this morning There
are in all 26 plaintiffs, all Russian*,
more lieing nam«»«l in an amemied
complaint, but only th«- IS will H|e
The caw is to r«*c<iver fk’.tq*.» 36,
the all«-ge<l amount of purtial i * mv -
menu mad«* on 100.1 acre* of land
near Peora, purchased in May, 1013
from Hecker, together with S731N.-
66 for all«»ge<t improvements inatie
<>n the land
Only one of th«- Russian* is able
to talk English *> an interpreter will
lx» used, lie is W. II Galvani, of
Th«» complaint aeta up that tIn
land will not yield what it wu*
<*laime«l. that it is not worth what
it was ri-prewnt*-*i and that n poition
of it overflow«, contrary to th«- rep-
Hecker deni«*« thut
then* wen? any misn-pre*«»n»ationN
ami <i«»clar«»s that all transactions
w«»r«» open and ab«>ve lx*ard
M F. Rrilwn, who act«*! a* inter
preter when th«- >l«*al was ma«ie,
was the first witness calle«l
a member of the colony am! i* tin-
only on«» who can talk English
testified that Hecker offer«*«l him a
commission for helping to do«- th«»
deal and that he had thusfar r*-* *-iv -
•»«I 11 (H)
Th«- r* st of hi* i«-»tim* ny
dealt with details concerning the
immigration of the RuH-iun* to Linn
county anti the closing of the deal.
Played Ball Sunday
A bunch of Scio ex-l>all players
ami wouldbes went over to Shel
burn Sunday afternoon and gav«»
the Imys «»ver then? some pointrre
anent the great American pastime.
The »core sheet gav«» out when the
Scioana had annexed 17 tuns
l«»ast the boys di«! not report furth
er. Had any of the runs «»w«i»-<L
John Kelly would have lw«-n sure to
make a note of it.
When th«* Shelburn b**y» had *••-
cur«*«l thr«»e or four runs, a* n.any
as any r«*«i»*ctable hall team should
make in a game. th«-v quit and let
the S«qo foot racers run to their
Contemplating Trip to Fair
A t-uneh of K. of P hoys ar*-C**n-
ternnlating an auto trip t>> San
Francisco. al»out July I
pr«-»s Ro«» Shelton and his auto into
service for th«» trio, taking camp
equippage along. They think they
can make th«* trip. *■«• th«* big (air
and reach home again for l«i*a than
The Morrison sales day and the
Wild West show attracted quite a
crowd of people to Scio last Satur
day. neverthelem the busy season.