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THE SCIO TRIBUNE
*T(). LINN COUNTY. OREGON. NOVEMBER 23. 191«
MEXICANS JO HEAR CHAS. A. MURPHY
* PLAIN WORDS TODAY
NEW PRISON HEAD
To the Editor:
SI.60 THE YEAR
3 LIVES LOST WHEN BRYAN PLANNING TO
LAUNCH HITS LOG
On next Saturday afternoon st
1:30 o'clock. November 25, there |
AntncM C mmkmmd Are Pretori Ctotf [agntir at Eastari OrtRM Stati
ti ItftM Tenis »I Treats'
lesitai a Maid Far tie
Atlantic (Tty. N. J.. Nov. 20.—
Louis Cabrera and hto colleagues on
the Mexican-American joint commta
rn on will be formally told tomorrow
by Secretary of the Interior lame,
chairman of the American commis
sion. on just what terms an agree
ment providing for the withdrawal
of the American punitive expedition
ami the protectiyn of life and prop
erty along the international border
may lx* reached.
Salem. Nov. 20. The state board
of control today named Charles A
Murphy, of Pendleton, as superin
tendent of the Oregon penitentiary
to succeed J. W Minto, resigned
Mr. Murphy was nominated for the
place by State Treasurer Kay. and
Governor Withycomhe concurred tn
Secretary of State
Olcott voted for Erank Meredith, !
secretary of the Washington state
fair board st North Yakima and
formerly secretary of the Oregon
state fair board. The meeting at
which the new superintendent was
chosen was held behind closed doors.
will be held in the county court
house, a lunn countv “Good Roads,
Convention." Two delegates have]
already been chosen from each vol-1
ire, Itti Htlgtisre. Firarei Rtsidtat at Pitrim lirier's Ips Are Now SiM
Oiifaa City, Ormi Maar
It Be h Pr obibitioa Nanu
iittoi ii 1920
mg precinct, and these delegates
are to assemble here at the court
house in the circuit court room ami
(‘■astir Rock. Wash , Nov. 20,-
organize IhcmseGea into a prrma-
Mrs. Bert Helgeraon, Formerly
ne nt "Good Roads Association." A . Mias Bertha Croon. daughter of Mrs.
great deal of interest has been mani Maggie Cross. of Oregon City,; Mrs.
fested in this movement, ami the i Helgeraon'a 17 month-old daughter
interest grows as the movement con ' and Riley Helgeraon, brother-in-law
tinues. This will I m * om* of the most of the dead woman, were drowned
important steps that has ever been I in Silver lake, six miles east of thia
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Omaha. Nov. 20. ■ As one of the
results of the recent election Ne
braska to to lose William J. Bryan.
He has dismantle«! his home at Fair
view, shipped a portion of the furni
ture to hia winter home ut Miami,
Fla., and is sending his splendid
library, the pride of his heart, to
hia summer home at Asheville. N.C.
al which place, it to said, he will
hereafter have fits residence, main
taining only hia busincisi addr«*tsi in
taken in Linn cuur.ty towards get ! place, yesterday when a launch in
ting better highways.
which they were riding struck a
State Highway Engineer la*wto, submerged log and capsized.
of Salem, has agreed to lie present
Mrs. Anna Helgeraon, mother of
and address the meeting on "How Riley and Bert Helgeraon. ami the
Fortified bv the assurance of
io construct roads" ami will present only other occupant of the boat,
F airview is to I m - for sale, although
■ President Wilson that he will back
the subject of "Needed législation saved herself by clinging to the Mr. Bryan's brother, C. W. Bryan,
the American representatives in their
along the line of better highways." I overturned craft until rescued Riley denied that Mr. Bryan haa left Ne
efforts to reach a settlement of the
It is hoiied that at least two dele I Helgrrson. who was 21 years old. braska (or all time. It to said in
Question at issue between Mexico
It is expected that Mr Murphy
gates will be here to represent each I was entangled in the ropes amt held political circle« that Mr. Bryan,
and the Uniter! States. Secretary will take charge of the prison about
voting precinct. This will I m * an in tirneath the overturned vrnavl
having been entirely deserUd by
lain«- returned here late today. He December 1. At the present time
structive meeting ami will arouse a
The party hud l»ern out for a Nebraska democrats, ia now prepar
immediately went into conference he is serving as chief engineer at
great deal of interest towards get pleasure cruise, ami had
taken ing to leave the partv and announce
with Dr. J. E. Mott and Judge Geo. Eastern Oregon state hospital Dur
ting better highways throughout the ahoard supplies at Barnes* store, al himself an out-and-out prohibition-
Gray, the other American commis ing the construction of the hospital
Silver Lake, ami were bound for lat.
Many Nebraska democrats be
sioners. informing them in detail of buildings Mr
Murphv acted as
An effort to Is-ing made to circu their home on the opposite side of lieve he has ins eye on the pro
the conference he had at Washing supervisor.
late the report that the Good Roads the lake when th«* disaster occur- hibition presidential nomination in
ton Saturday with the president
Mr Murpiiy is a former resident Association is being organized for I red.
The formal meeting with the Mexi of Salem, where for years he was
the purpose of increasing th«* taxes
Mrs. Helgeraon is a niece of W
Mr. Bryan has been de|>oard as
cans will take place tomorrow.
engage*) in the plumbing business and hard
mad* A. Cross, of this citv ami who visited
the democratic leaiier in Nebraska
The atmosphere of uncertainty He also was employed at one time throughout the county. This is not at the Cross home here last summer.
and the man who de|M>acd him. Unit
and even hopleesneea which haa been at the Oregon stale hospital here true.
The purpose of the Good Mr. ami Mrs Cn«« left for Oregon
ed States Senator Hitchcock, was
apparent for manv weeks was en and at the institute for the feeble Roads association to. first of all, to Qty on the Monday morning train.
last week reelected to the senate
tirely lacking tonight. The Ameri minded
see that we get value received for
Brvan's most determined oppo
New Can Not Enough
cans appeared confident that the end
One of the chief qualifications the money that is annually ex pended
sition. Furthermore, Keith Neville,
of the conference Is in sight. Thei^ which moved the majority of the on the roads, and second, linn* that i
San Francisco, Nov. 22 In spite an unknown, unheard of young man
propositions have been reduced to board of control to appoint Mr. the roads art* improved according to I
of the fact that the Southern Pacific from the western part of the state,
writing, and it is understood will Murphy as prison superintendent a spécifié«! plan
was picked up by Hitchcock and
admit of little debate.
was the fact that he had had mili
The plan heretofore followed in com|iany to receiving now about 2<N>
thrown at the heads of the Bryans,
The Mexicans appeared not to tary experience, and is regarded as constructing roads will never pro new Isixcars a day from the builders
( has. W. Brvan for the
take a pessimistic attitude of the exceptionally well fitted to handle duce good roads in Linn county. in the cast and will soon have a
nomination for governor
situation. Mr. Cabrera again assur men.
The money and labor expended in I total of 1500 new cars, it to unable
1 to come near meeting the enormous and was afterward elected governor
ing newspaper men that he was
In lMlk he was made second lieu most <*aars improves th«- roads just
over the opposition of both Wm. J.
hopeful of an amicable adjustment. tenant in Company K of the Second for <>ne season, and at the end of demand made on it by shippers
and C. W. Bryan and all lheir
There was n > evidence that he was Oregon Volunteer regtinent. serving the season the roads are in aa bad I The car shortage situation to as
prepared to recede from hia position in the Philippines through the Span condition aa they were before they | acute as ever and th«* problem from
Mr. Bryan's first defeat of the
so long maintained that agreement ish’Amcrican war and the Philippine were improved; and the work has to| the view|M>int of the railroad man
year was when Nebraska democrats
to the plan of the Americans was insurrection which followed
be done all over again.
Geo. F. Richard refused to send him aa «delegate to
out of the question.
The roads in this county are very as a month ago
of transports the democratic national convention.
little better today, everything con
The question at issue is not the
CITY ELECTION NEXT
I’acific, to on Thia was laid at the door of the
sidered, than what thev were 20
withdrawal of General Pershing's
! his wav to Washington, where he Hitchcock organization. The tame
years ago, and yet an immense
troops. They will be called back
organization defeated Bryan's broth
of money has been expend will sp|M*ar with others before the
when the American government is
for the nomination for gov«-rnor.
Interstate Commerce Commission
convinced that it can be done with officers will t»e choeen ami the people ed on the roads, This county is
"The Hitchcock organization nomi
for the purpose of arriving al some
out placing the eafetv of the border of Scio should be fixing in their getting old t*nough so as to enter on
them; now let the Hitchcock
in jeopardy. The more debatable minds who. of their cititens. they a more permanent method of con-
It to hoped that rules may be organization elect them," the Bryana
question is the method of controll wish to place the destiny of Scio struct! ng roads, so that the roads
| made whereby an even exchange in said.
ing the border after they have been with during the coming year. The will tie permanent highways, It
The Hitchcock organization elect-
principle work of the present council does not follow that they have to I cars sent east through the gateways
of the Southern I’acific may I m * ob «1 Hitchcock, Neville and th«* entire
* The Mexicans have objected seri
tained. At present the comjianv state ticket, although the Bryana
ously to acknowledging the right of and for the new council to complete. them permanent roads. This has
more than «000 boxcars on and their friends opp«isc<l the ticket
the United States to srnd troops Surely every citizen desires this been amply demonstrated in the
lin«*s which it to unable to at every turn.
across the international Iviundary in work to be completed according to eastern sections of this country, as ! get back.
pursuit of bandits, but have been prearnt plans Not only Main street, well as in Europe
Parent Teachers Association
Every taxpayer interested in bet
more insistent that in caar troops but Mill street from the city hall to
ter roads to invited to be present at
are sent they be moved subject to
The Parent-Teachers Association
certain restrictions. When the Mexi ed in like manner Only progressive, the meeting on Saturday.
The Scio Hotel will give a Fhanka*
will meet Friday evening, Nov. 24
can commissioners leave here it will up-to-date council men will carry
Albany Commercial Club
giving dinner on November 30.
be with realisation that American thia project forward. Therefore, we
A. L. Habet. Pres. in the school auditorium.
Please give your order <m or before
An excellent program haa been
forces will be used to run down any should be careful to not select men
28, so that we mav know
W. B. Eaatburn, Secy.
provided, refreshments will be serv
raiding band that crosses the border of a reactionary turn of mind to
for how many to prepare.
ed and a good time in general is
into the United Slates, regardless of these places
The Scio Hotel.
The much needed play
where they may have to go or of
shed for our school will he discuss
how long they may have to stay in pect to continue to live here indefi-!
The school to working on a
conditions as pleasant as possible, special aervices next Sunday morn picture contest. The room selling
Good printing can be obtained having due regard for the taxpay ing in thia city. Rev. Iler will speak the most tickets for the art display
I want your beef, mutton nnd«W|
only where the proper types, press ers pocketbook. But let ua keep from the subject “Why should we will receive a prize picture, given hogs
I am atill in business
es. material and expert workman moving forward, never backward give thanks " Pastor Iler ia arrang the evening of the Parmt-Teschera when you have any of the
ship is found. The Tribune office To do this we must elect city officers ing for an especially fine musics association.
mentioned, telephone me
powwasrs ail of these requisites and who think for the future and what program
Everybody cordially in
All interested in this association between fi and 7 a. m or
the prices are right.
ia due ua aa time paaats.
^are invited to be present.
to 9 p. m. Thos