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THE SCIO TRIBUNE
St IO. l.INN COUNTY, OREGON. OCTOBER 19. 1916
11.50 THE YEAR
WILSON SAYS CRISIS
THE MEXICAN PROBLEM
IS FACEO BY NATION
The Albany Roundup
Of course our Alluuiy friends ex-
l>ect» The Tribune to «ay something
nice stout her Harvest Festival and
hound-Up. of last week ami we are
inclimd to do so. In the first place
we si*eak ol the rrwwd
the hbtorv of the "Hub" has there
In-en such crowds of out of town
people there. A modest estimate
would 1« 15.000 outside of her <>wn
population, all of whom seemed to
1« behaving themselves in a decorous
manm r though all wemed bent on
trying to have a got«! time
Every face seemed to
have the glad smile and the shaking
of hands ami hearty greetings of
friends, were a joy to «r
Jolly, no disorder
wa» obtwrvable. The handling of
the crowd« teemed flawless, giving
15 to 2o policemen little to do.
Mayor Curl and the city council
desrrve credit for the method in
W. E. PARKER
which the fete waa earned out.
A uiany . O rf .
The stock exhibits were excellent
Democratic Candidate for Sheriff and the school childrens feature at
the armory was most gratifying.
He is a son of a pioneer family,
Any Linn county citizen must feel
is a successful business man. is
proud of what our boys and girls
honorable and upright, a heavy tax-|
can do. Hut the main drawing card
payer and. if elected, will make an
of the whole business was the Round
You will not make
Un. This feature brought the crowd
a miatake if you vote for him
because of its novelty. It waa un
We make a »penalty of Friend- usual. Most people here in the
•hip. Engagement and Wedding valley knew little of cowbov and
Ring». F. M French £ Son. Albany, ■cowgirl methods and they were
anxious to see. All of the stunts
. carried out were interesting, though
the danger to both man and beast
and the absolute cruelty to animals
: in some of the features, destroyed
the enjoyment in the minds of many
persons. It partook ton much of
the nature of the Mexican bull fight,
At the orchard at Gilkey
something which does not appeal to
the average American.
Packed Í. o. b. car».
Address C. D. MINTON.
Phone 3-5 Scio
In lhe minds of republican politi-; of Mexican guns
On that occasion
cian» and editors there is consider-' seven American« were wounded.
able confusion with
Governor Sloan, of Arizona, called
DMMCfiti Held Only Nipt il nifrtH
modern American Mexican history. ‘ upon President Taft for the protect
Some of them seem to think that I ion of American«
OiHutiM Ltid«rili| F k I iii I
the Mexican problem is the creation replied declining to take military
it M CHigricy
at the democratic administration ( action
and that <t is a "Witaon problem "
On October 10 and II. 1911,
The truth is it is America's problem ; Mexican rebels attacked and captur
and it wa» as much a Taft problem I ed Juarez
Long Branch. N J., Oct
liMHi American troops
President Wilson today told a dele- as it has Iwen a Wilson problem, patrolled the American border ami
gallon of indefiendeats. that the snd^in the went of Mr. Hughvs In El Paso. Texas, five Americans
demociatic party is the only instru election it would be a Hughe« were killed and 17 wounded.
mentality now at hand for the enact- problem
It is very likelv that a*
On May 12, 1911. Secretary of
meet of “genuine, humane, just ami Mr. Wilson handled the problem State Knox sent to Mexico City a
much as Mr Taft did, Mr Hughe»* note denying that the United States
The members of the delegation method of handling it would not intended to intervene.
•aniv here to tell the president they differ materially from that of Mr.
On March 29
1912, rille» were
planned to campaign for him "from Wilson.
•ent to the American legation in
the Battery to Buffalo" in New York
let us take a glance at the record Mexico Qty for lhe i>n>tecUon of
stale, because they fell he had given Mr Taft Ix-came president on March American citizens. American colo
the nation "a square deal "
4. 1909. Within twenty months after nists in northern Mexico flocked
lav! by Amos Pinchot and Rabbi Mr. Taft's inauguration, trouble in serosa the border, and there was
Stephens Wise, of New York, lhe serious form broke out in Mexico, great damage to American property
delegation remained with the presi and during all of the balance of his by the Mexican mobs.
dent longer than an hour He talked administration, this trouble con
On April 14. 1912. the state de-
with the delegation in lhe reception tinued.
i partment warned Madero and Orozco
room of his summer residence.
On November K. 1910, there was against further outrages io Ameri
rioting in Mexico City. The Ameri can Ilves and property.
The president declared the time can Hag wa« destroyed, the windows
That all occurred prior to the
has come for America "to unite her ; of American residences and buainem presidential election of 1912.
progressive forces." He said the houses were broken. A street car
On December 4, 1912, President
leaders of the opposition want only containing American school children Taft, in a message to congress, de
three things, "the scalp of the pr» s i was stoned and the son of the scribed his Mexican policy, which
ent controller of the currency. John 1 United States ambassador was as- was practically the name as Mr.
Skelton Williams, to get control of isauited.
These disturbances con Wilson's has been, and he called it
the banking system of Ue country, tinued during Nntwchwr ».
Use txWiey of part lent non-inter
ami to put the army and navy of
On Novemher 10 there waa riot vention."
the United States hack of their ing in Guadalajara
On February 9, 1913, there was
financial enterprises in Mexico and dag was borne«! and windows of an uprising against the Mexican
throughout the world "
American lauiks and stores were government in Mexico City. Many
The problem that America has broken Tlirse disturbances continu-1 days of street fighting followed
had to face for some time " said the ed two or three days. '
i Several hundred Mexican civilians
president, “has tieen to unite and
On November 10. 1910. there was were killed. Including two American
organise her progressive forces rioting at various oointa in Mexico j women.
They have been present in the nation American consulate» were wrecked
It waa in February, during Presi-
for a long time
They have l»-en and the records of the consulate« dent Taft's administration
running like undercurrents
They were destroyed.
Madero was killed and Huerta de-
have been ascertaining themselves
November IS, 1910. the Mader« manded recognition, but there was
here, there and elsewhere in some revolution broke out and fr»m that no recognition of Huerta and no
time» unexpected quarters, but not dale on there was general diaorder intervention under the Taft admin-
until four years ago did they disclose in Mexico.
their numerical forces "
On March 15* 1911, a few day»
On March 7. 1911, 20.000 United
than two year» after President
States regulars were mobilized along
Street Work Begun
Taft waa inaugurated and about
the Mexican border.
On April 13. 1911, Mexican forces) two years before his term expired,
Last Saturday work at leveling
up the grade on Main street wwle-
gun and on Monday the hauling of
crushed rock commenced.
A heavy steam roller haa lieen
hired to roll down each coating of
the crushed rock
Three layer« of
the crushed rock will l>e applied,
with the coarse at the bottom and
the line on top
After it all haa
been rolled down thoroughly. the
street will l>e oiled. This should
give ua a street almoet aa good aa
if it was paved.
President Taft addressed a letter to
Arizona. In Douglas, throe Ameri- the chief of staff and in that letter
cans were killed and five were he declined to do the very things re
publicans are now denouncing Presi-
On April 24. 1911. Mencan. sgsin <JefJt W||-tm for
attacke«! Agua Prieta. half the town -..........
of Douglas, Arizona, waa under flre|
(Continued next week)
1< h £ Agua Prieta. oupoaila liouglaa.
It Growing in Favor
Tuesday afternoon the dead body
of Emanuel Bloom, of near Crabtree
was brought to the undertaking
parlor of Chas Wesely. to I* pre-
parod for burial.
Judge T. A. Rinehart, democratic
candidate, of Salem, is rapidly grow
ing in favor. Aa people are begin*
ning to know him and hia reputation
they feel assured that be la of final
class judicial timber and that the
3rd judicial dbtrict will not make a
mistake If be b aeircted aa judge of
department No. 2. Of course every
body in both Marion and l«nn
counties are fully satisfied with
Judge Percy Kelly aa judge of de
partment No. I and he will l>e re
elected by a large majority. The
race b for judge of department No.
2 and moot people are aaying Judge
Rinehart is the man to elect.
Mr. Bloom has been employed as
1 a wood chopper by E. C. Riley and
' others, of the vicinity of t'rabtree.
Washington, Oct. 17.—Prices of
1 for the past three vears. He was
meat animals, hog», cattle, sheep
, considered inoffensive ami attended
and chickens, increased 4.1 per cent
, to his own business. His age was.
from August 15 to September 15,
probably, about 55 years.
compared with an average increase
Tuesday afternoon he started for
However, we must write down of nineteenth of 1 per cent in the
supposedly to take the train
the Albany Festival and Round-Up same perio^ the last six years. I
His body was found on
as a big success, well managed and
The department of agriculture
was the cause
that Albany people are princely; announced today that th«* index
figure price paid to producers for.
He had some money
Good printing can be obtained
- in his - pocket
Srio and lhe Scio country were ( those meat animals waa about 23.71
where the proper types, press
there in full force. It is aafe to say
and expert workman-
that more than double the people
The * burrial
ship is found. The Tribune office
1-1 occurred * Wednesday
I from this section were there than and 22.5 per cent higher than the ■
Albany and vicinity have ever at- i average of the last six yean on afternoon at The Franklin Butte poaseaars all of these requisites and
1 the prices are right.
I tended the lion county fair at Scio. ( September 15.
Meat and Poultry Higher