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THE ODS TRIBUNE
SCIO. LINN COUNTY. OREGON. NOVEMBERS»
11.50 THE YEAR
NEW YORK WOMAN
MURPHY IN CHARGE
ONE CENT LETTER
FLOOD OF GOLD
TO BOYCOTT EGGS
OF PENITENTIARY POSTAGE IS URGED
Frttral Eiptcts An Irytaf to FM M Al $1 toe Cewties Are Askel to Pi) Measmt Will It Tried T m W h A s ; Othr Nt H Grvti Paver la Appoint His Ova Crtgnu to Consider Zaae lists Fat
Its Effects ert Wilt Wl
State Tues Far All el Its
Feeds Will FNIew, Oat at
Selerdiaates; Na Stltcltus
Stcesd Class Mail Matter.
ItCMM el it
Matuvas ta Be Hit
Washington. Nov. 2fi The effect«
of the flood of void, deluging thia
nation since the outbreak of the
European war. federal finance ex-
perta are trying to find out. “Get
rid of the blamed stuff," one feder
al expert adviaed recently. "It isn’t
doing ua any good and it may do
immense harm. We. aa a nation,
are just like an individual. When
we have just enough to keep us we
k«*ep stirring ail the time
individual in the nation has a legacy
left him suddenly, there wouldn’t be
much stirring. That is our fix. We
have got more gold than we can
It mav lead to unwise loans
and reeultant speculation.
keeping us hack now because bank
ers, afraid of an overbalanced loan
system, are afraid to loan money."
This official agreed with some of
the big (tankers who, at a recent
conference, advised more extensive
foreign loans, with foreign bonds as
security instead of the American
collateral that has been demanded.
"We’ve got to do It some time,"
this expert said. "America has been
provincial in the matter of foreign
We have invested our
money in American bonds and securi
ties generally. Hut we have not ab
sorbed much of Europe# holdings in
our securities. Now we've got to
aheorb some of theirs. It will help
our financial system in the end. and
it will help us to get rid of a surfeit
of gold that worries moat of us who
have stopped tn think where it may
Salem. No». 27
With a view of
laving a foundation for legal pro I
ceedings to test the question wheth i
er or not the per cent tax limitation ;
amendment applies to the stale and
also the question as tn whether or
not further legislation Is required to
make it operate, the stale tax com
mission today decided to certify to
the counties a state tax that will
cover ail the needs of the state
The principal fear of American
bankers is that financiers, made
overconfident t>ecauee of the great
quantity of gold in this country, will
build too much on it. What are
regard«! as unsafe loans, or specula
tive loans, are not those obtained
for ordinary speculation, but those
required for building factories and
elarting enterprises during the pros
"Too manv factories would be as
bad as too much stock gambling."
this expert said. “We can't stand it.
We are manufacturing everything
in the United States now. If this
country, holding 27 per cent, of all
the gold in the world, is caught at
the »-nd of the war with too many
loana outstanding, there is fear of a
dangerous tightening of the money
market when the gold starts going
back to Europe—aa it will. If Euro
pean manufacturers "come back"
they will turn the trade balance
against this country as it waa before
the war necessitated heavy exports
from America and negligible ex
ports to it."
Another hanking expert of the
government believes thia country
can absorb moot of the gold it now
"Our gold holdings are not as big '
aa a lot of people think." he said.'
"We held 24 per cent of the world’s |
gold before the war
We have in-
(Contuiued on page 4)
New York, Nov. 27. Out of the
Salem, ^lov. 27 ("harl«*# Murphv
Washington. Nov. 27. The ways
storm of protest» and indig nation t«H»k charge of the Oregon state are now living gr«-aae«l for th«« laun
meetings against the high cust of prison as warden this morning, sue- ching of the movement for the r«--
living, there developed in New York feeding John W Minto, dismissed adjustment of |M«stal rates in th«-
today a determined fight against btwtuw he hmed convicts.
next aeaaion of «*ongr«-ss
the cold storage kings, who arc
The state iioard of control held a problem waa to have las-n taken up
chargt-d with holding up the foot! meeting just Iteforv Murphy went in th«* lust aeiM<>n but had to be de-
supply of the city’s 5.000,iMN) people. to the prison and delegated to him ! ferrvd <>n atvounl of th«- <*ongidvra-
Under the direction of the city full authority to appoint deputy i lion required by railway mail pay.
authorities, the National House- ward«-n, iMMikkeeiwr. engineer, hea«l Since this has tx-«*n dis|MMM*«l of th«*
wives’ league and kindle«! organiza of commissary department ami all commute«-# art* prepared to tak«* up
tions. the fight will be wage«! on other subordinates.
thia : the matter of placing th«- various
Ik-causr the tax commission is not each food *e(>arately egg» to be the l motion was adopted, Secretary of : postal rates on a Vnore equitable
considered a tax-levying body, the first. CummiMiom-r of Weights and Slate Olcott sugg«*#t«xl that the
A zone system of rates fur second
question has arisen aa tn whether or Measures John Hsrtigan anm>un«-v«l troard pa« the resolution he Intro
matter is liritig prominently
not the amendment applies to the
to tak«- th«* place of th«- pre»-
Several attorneys contend
rate which waa adopted
that the counties and not the com
| time, if the prices has not come agreml upon now. an«l by
: nearly forty years ago. Th«* preiwrit
mission make the state levy, and
I rate has for mime time la-en regard -
after the state tax is certified to it J down. It will be continued. Boy-i the board would have it
I isl as a diM*rtmination against th«*
is mandatory on the counties to pay cotta also will I m - put into vtfect the records, he said,
State Treasurer Kay «aid the n«-wspa|s*rs in favor of th«« great
it. Several attorneys also contend • against potabes. meat an<l other
resolution Olcott referred to differ- national magazines, lake the pmcgl
that legislation bv the legislature is foods, one at a time
"The boycott is the most effective mi from the action just taken by ! (»«st. the zone rates woulti la* l«a«*«l
neceaaary tn put the amendment in
wear in," said Mm. Heath, prwi-! the board in that it included the on the length of the haul
of the Housewives' bugu«-, parole officer, an<l no action waa
Th«- poalal commitUM-a have lacn
By certifying to the tax that will
by petitions liearing millions
cover all needs of the state govern
their food rot rather than sell it at j
| <>f nam«-s and several hundred thous
ment. the commission figures, it will
| tng system be installed am! fur an and letter# from indivitluals urging
be incumlient upon the counties a reasonable price."
Under the direction of a number i audit at thia time was grant««l.
a readjustment of postal ra’.c# with
either to institute legal proceedings
view of making p«M»iblc one rent
or refuse to pay the tax and levy
|s«stage. A survey of the
the foundation for the commission
indicates that sufficient
to institute such proceedings
eember 9. and demand from th« he has several applications but will «-hang«*# will I m < made in th«* various
municipal authorities relief from th«- take time to get a line on conditions rates to permit the graning of a one
Pick Ort Yow Ticket
municipal authorities relief from ; la-fore acting
cent rate on local delivery letter# in
high price# of foodstuffs,
the next session of emigre*.
Next Monday is city election day.
The state today came to the aid
The Lebanon Criterion’s Mr. Bur
('hairman Moon of th«- House
The following gentlemen have file«! of the city in seeking measures to ton has outlived his usefulness Ib I'os tai committee, Uslay said: "I
their acceptance with Recorder J. 8. relieve the situation.
is evidently in his dotage
A man think that the committoo will tak«*
From thia number select
"This is a state problem." said who had been a democrat all his life up this second class mail matter at
your ticket, having in view the best Governor Whitman. "We are work- an«! when he had rvache«! his |00th (he next stnwion and preas it, „to a
Interests of Scio:
. I ng on it now, but nothing will lie year, changes to the republicans, conclusion at one««. While I cannot
Mayor W. A. Ewing, and E. T. I made public until we have arrive«! especially this year, must be wrong speak for the committee, this is my
jat some effective plan of action."
in some wav. At least he is against desire in the matter. I do not know
Recorder J 8. Sticha.
the majority of
American what kind of a bill we will imss.
Treasurer Roy V. Shelton.
whether it will have a zone feature
Marsha) —J. N. Weddle, Norman
uttach«d to it or not. 'The view has
Charles Halierland. a Portland I lw.*en presented fr««quently in famt
Lung, W A. Cross.
In amounts from $2.500 to $10 •
fireman, came up Monday. He was ' years, and sometimes rt*ceiv««<l favor
Councilmen —J. F. Oupor. Fred
000 on good cultivate«! farms
taking hit vacation here when the ' and sometim«-# not. A# 1» what
T. Bilyeu. W. J. Chromy. R M.
delay if your tills is perfect, Call
Ed W’eaely house was |>arlly destroy- «nape the legislation will la* in I am
Cain, E. C. Peery. W E. Arnold. J.
oo J. V. Pine, 203 West 2nd St..
by fire and he is subpoenaed as not able tn say. but I am sure the
M Lindley. J. H. Poindexter, N. I.
before the grand jury on committee will give it the tn*st
Morrison, Walter Bilyeu.
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' that account.
possible sha|s- in the public Inter
Be sure and reati John Wesely's
The county attorney is to be prais ad on another page.
You will be
Dr. and Mm. J. G. Gill, of Leb
ed for his endeavors to ferret out interested.
anon and Mr. and Mm. Ralph Gill.,
crime in any and all cases
of Portland, will eat turkey at the
is not excusable for calling some SO
parental home of M C. Gill, of thia
witnesses when six or eight would first-class young grade ewes, bred to
Having dissolved partnership. J.
Mr. Gill carried home
have answered the same purpose. registered bucks. V. J. Philippi.
W. Chromy having bought th«« inter
a fine gobbler yesterday.
A late case before the grand jury
est of J. F. Kukack in the Scio
Mrs. Emma Cyrus, who has liern
cost more than $200
Mr. and Mrs. Green Beard, of Planing Mills, it ia necesaary that
have covered the case without detri in Portland for the past two or three
Klamath Falls. came over from, all old accounts be closed. All |«r-
ment to the state
(’rime should he months, returned home last w«-«-k
Alitany Tuesday evening for a visit: ti«*s knowing themselves iruieiite«! to
ferreted out. but there is no sense and has been clerking at John
with the former’s parents, Mr and the Scio Planing Milla Co. will uleasx*
in summoning witnewws who know Weeely's since.
Mm. A. F. Beard, of this city. Mm. j call and settle at once, either by
nothing about the case in question.
cash or note.
Beard’s mother lives in Albany.
District Attorney Hill is too eager
Mrs. Blanch Kopecky, who has
J. E, Kukacka.
to prove a man guilty when he may been visiting her sister. Mrs. Henry
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Thoms went
J. W. Chromy.
not be guilty. The Tribune wants Stepanek, for the past two weeks, to Corvallis Eridav to attenti the
ail transgressors of the law prose returned to Portland last Tuesday annual U. of 0. and O. A. C. fool*
cuted and sent to the penitentiary, morning.
ball game Saturday. They return-
if they are guilty. Rut $200 to
e<l Sunday evening.
The Scio Dramatic Club will give
I want your beef, mutton am! fat
$300 expense, when $50 would have
accomplished the same end, is inex bv request. "Pierre of the Plains"
Some day Scio streets will tie in hogs. I am still in business and
at the People's theater tonight. as good condition as those of our when you have any of the above
This is a play the company has given neighboring towns, but the coat will mentioned, trle|*h«>ne me at Scio,
W. A. Ewing and aon visited in heretofore and it was so well liked
be much lower. There is money in between 6 and 7 a. m. or from 6:80
Salem over Sunday
that, bv request, it is repeated.
to 9 p. rn. Thus Large.