I SECOND SECTION Society ' Slogan ahd Classified PAGpS I TO 4 SEVENTY-FIRST YEAR SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1921 PRICE t FIVE CENTS M ! M 4 : I V i i t V- ' i 1 i i P SALEM DISTRICT OilE IMPORTANT CAMIC CENTERS OF LEIIIiOF THE FJITIBE GREAT WEST Sacred Heart Academy in With a Long History and an Enviable Record of Use ful Work Mt- Angel College Is One of the Great Catholic Schools of the Entire United States. Tht Salem slogan . editor of ITbe Statesman claims as the Sa lem district all of Marion and Polk counties, and parts of Clack amas, Yamhill, Linn and Benton counties ) - And, by this sign Mt. Angel is clearly a close-in part of the Sa Jem district, only 15 miles north cast of Salem, and well connect ed by rail, and by next year to be connected by paved highways which will make it in the na ture of a suburb of Salem; or, jithall ft be said, this will make Salem a suburb of Mt. Angel? i Mt. Angel, established by the .Benedictine Fathers, has become one of the most' Important Cath olic centers of learning of the entire west; with Mt. Angel col lege, Mt. Angel academy and' the parochial schools. ' These insti tutions' represent . an investment of a million dollars. They draw students from all over the west, and there Is being built up around tMt. Angel one of the greatest and most ' prosperous - Catholic com munities in the whole of; the United, States. ; Kacred Heart Academy. ' .This iaa Catholic institution of learning established In Salem in 1863 for the education of girls and has been conducted all the time since by the Sisters of the Holy Names. In Jts prospectus, jthfs Is the opening statement: 1 "Sacred Heart academy stands if or the physical, the Intellectual and the moral development of 'young girls. It is a Catholic in stitution, but welcomes 'Students of other creeds,' avoiding - all at tempts to influence their religious i convictions. The Sisters of the I Holy Names aim at ? cultivating ' those virtues' which . are woman's abiding glory wanting which, no degree of mental culture can ever a boy's school is established i manhood." " - ' ' ; ' H "Thr Academy1 irToraTed Tn Me ;of the most beautiful and promi nent residential, sections of Sa lem, has a fine brick structure, jwith modern , conveniences T and artistic curroundings, command ing a magnificent view of the westward, and the past, year has seen many- fine improvements on the buildings 'and .grounds. The teaching course covers the grammar and high school grades, also a commercial course, with special courses in music under ac complished teachers. During its 58 years in Salem, Sacred Hearty Academy has en joyed universal confidence - and respect and has been recognized Special Six Week Summer Term ' June 20 July 29 - Saltra School of zpression 147 N. Commercial St. ij i .phonrl484J,' W.GAHLSD0RF, 125 N. Liberty St. ,vV. 'v'-tv w i ; OF THE MOST Salem Is a Fine Institution as a valuable factor in the edu cational life of the Capital City. In that time over 150 graduates passed through its portals, while many hundreds more took partial courses. - - The Academy is primarily a school for girls, but because there has been no parochial school the Sisters have accepted the boys up to the age of 12 years. When ever a boy's school is established the academy will be exclusively for girls; Last year there were about 226 pupils altogether, 150 girls and 76 boys. Of the girls. 26 were boarders and that is nearly the capacity of the school, which can comfortably care for 35 boarders. The prospect for the approaching school year is that the attendance will be at least equal to last year. Independence Road Case Aired in Kelly's Court Judge Percy It. Kelly of the Marion county circuit court yes terday heard arguments of attor neys with relation to a motion o make more specific a complain filed by certain residents of in dependence, who seek to halt work on unimproved' sections of the West Side Pacific , highway The motion was prepared and ar gued for the state by J. M. Dev ers, attorney for the highway commission. The original complaint alleged that the county court , or Polk county erred when it designated certain sections' of the West Side Pacific highway as market roads. Also that it exceeded its legal au thority by Incurring an indebted ness of more than $5000 for the Improvement of the 80-ealled Dallas-Salem highway. - Requisition is, Issued r ForiVlan HeWrin Seattle ' Requisition papers were issued at the' governor's offices yester day asking Cor the return to. Ore gon of E. L. Hinson, whs is want ed at Albany for the theft of an automobile. Hinson is under ar rest at Seattle. ' J. Q. Rogers, a member of the Albany police force, left yesterday for Seattle in quest of the pris oner. Mr. Rogers said that Hin son was not known In Albany and probably was a transient. Secretary Kozer Will Climb to. Hood's Top Sam A. Korer,"' secretary of state, will leave Friday night for Portland whtre he will join a number of persons from that city in a climb to the summit of Mt. Hood. Sunday Mr. Kozer will leave for Helena, Mont., where he will attend a-meeting of secre taries of state and state auditors from all sections of the United States. A part of the program arrangad for the conference will be held in Yelloystone National park. Frank Payne Captured, Returned to Penitentiary Frank Payne, 21 years old. who Tuesday made his escape from the prison brickyard, was captured Tuesday nist.t by peni tentiary guards in a h o camp between Tumor and Marion He was returned to the prison at noon. While en route to Turner, .;..;;V.f . r ' .;. , n '-i; i. III MT. ANGEL ABBEY AND COLLEGE : ? r i- Mt. Angel, Oregon A RARE PHOTOGRAPH CI "v s i 1 i"i ' ' - -9 i i t a '.'? ':.; i 8 xr ' - 7 , , , IT v,"-w''-" --- A-"- v.-.-p . : .-.vy.' -rffc-rt r-t it .. t 'y ' -f 'r IfS - f i This picture of Mary Eaker Eddy, the founder of Christian Science, was taken in the early years of her work in establishing her church. The baby she is holding is the child of a friend. Her centennial was recently observed both in this and other countries. Payne met a :a'lroad patrolman, whom ho cfeiCd a fountaii. pen tt a low !'i;ie Thi patrolman was suspickSS of the stranger and later telephone the otlicials at the prison. Guards vrere tben sent to the hobo camp where Payne was taken without any re sistance. Payne made h!s escape by means t a forged note to which was. affixed the purported signature of J. F. Lwis. deputy warden of the prison. The note said that Payne had been trans ferred from the prison brickyard to highway work. On the strength of.the forged note the gate keep er allowed Payne nis liberty. Payne wac committed to the pr'.son from Multnomah county to serve a term not to exceed five years for assault with intent to rob. Loadometers Are Tested By Traffic Authorities State traffic officers yesterday made a half dozen tests of the loadometers received here recent ly from the east. All of the experi ments were staged in me unim of Salem, and the truck involved selected at random. With the aid of these devices an effort will be made to determine the weight of loads of all trucks operating in Oregon. Persons who violate the laws with relation to the operation of trucks will be prosecuted. None of the truck 3 involved in . the test here yester day were found to be violating the statutes. T. A. Raffety. chief inspector for the motor vehicle department, said that the loadometers would be sent to all sections of the state and that all traffic officers em ployed by the department had been instructed in their use. The law regulating the opera tion and loadinr of trucks was en acted at the last session of the legislature. It is proposed to erect a series of dams in the Mississippi river for the generation of electrical energy, fn the days when Mark Twain was a pilot on the water way it was full of dams, but they were of the profane variety and Mark furnished his full quota. . d! & ll' ; : - . i . .." ; V .. . T . t.. - "T- OF MARY BAKER EDDY. 1 m iiiiiiii.,miiyiumi u r 7 y , -f "'J'' - - T - i , J. V L FIRM IS given mm C, Van Patten & Son Build New Dormitory at Industrial School C. Van Patten & Son, Salem contractors. yestgrday were awarded the general contract for erecting' the girls' dormitory at the state industrial school for girl.-. The contract for th- plumMinp and heatins: was award ed to the Lebanon Plumbing t HoatiriK company, whfle th? aiec trical fixtures will be installed by the MainKlectric company of Portland. The entire cost of the dormi tory, including the general con tract, plumninjr and beating, elec trical fixtures, architect's fees, ad vertising pnd furnishings will ag gregate $4?. 960.35. Ten proposals wore rece'.vfd for the general contract work. Wlork on the structure will start at once and should be completed early in DecemtM-r, according to theprovisions of the 'contract. The last legislature anpropriat ed $30,000 for the erection of the dnrmitcrv. irrludine the furnisn ings. It was estimated today that (ho fiirnisnines would CObt ?4roo. Highway Department; Will Meet in Portland Today Members of the state highway commisison, will meet in Portland today when contracts fori several Davine and trading projects will be awarded. Bids also will be opened by the commission for the nnrohasp of hichwav bonds. Em- nloves of the local highway de partment said the business prob ably would be completed tomor row. -A . lit it . s h ! S, L. r C "7, I t I J 1 J til V " . I! f - " . J " At 3 - - : " " I iorin EDNA M. A motor and hiking trip was. enlovert bv a artv of Salem folk ovjer the past week-end. They j there hiking to the upper Wah Keena ians, coming back, by way of the Multnomah trail. Several smaller trips were taken along the way. Those who enjoyed the trip were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hale. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Stoner and son George Jr.. Miss Viola Larson. Miss Joy Turner, Mrs. Delia Jeffries, Mrs. Julia Weight. Frank H. Turner and Byrd Tucker. Miss Susan and Miss Lula Pearson of Itirmin;ham, Ala., are tho house guests for the sum- Inier of Mrs. S. S. Snedecor. The ladies have been on their journey t hprfl fnr t hrpf tt- f tr q ttnnnin tr or Denver, Salt Lake City. San Di ego, Los Angeles and San Fran cisco. Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Pruitr and son Alan are visiting friends and relatives in Salem, and Mr. Pruitt's mother, at Claxton. Or. They motored from Detroit, Mich., coming by way of the Yellowstone national park. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Goodrich of Stockton, Cal.. are visiting Mr. Goodrich's sister, Mrs. E. C. Fatton. They arrived here Sun day and will remain about a month. They motored, coming by way of Crater lake, and visiting Klamath hot springs, Shasta sprincs and other places of in lerest along the route. They also visited relatives at Madras. Be fore they return they will visit at Portland and at the Tillamook beaches. Mr. and Mrs William Bell and children. Dovoihv and Margaret, v.ho have spent the past month in Victoria, h-ivo returned to Salem. Early yesterday morning the H. L. and R, W. Marsters famil lea, accompanied by Miss Dorothy Orcult of Roseburg, who has been a guest at the R. W. Marsters home, motored to Spong's land ing for an early morning swim and a campfire breakfast. Miss Orcutt went to Portland for a week's visit and will stop here a-rain oh her return to her home at Rosebui. Mrs. T. L. Wharton of Roe burg passed through Salem yes terday on he' returt to her home at Roseburg, after a - isit in Port land. She was the house f,ues( for a week of Mrs. R. W. Mars ters before her visit in Portland Miss Mabel Marcus is spending two weeks in Portland visiting her grandmother, Mrs. John Watt. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Marcus and daughters Helen and Marjorie and Dorothy Smart, leaves Satur day for the coast. Mrs. M. D. McAllister is spend ing the summer at the home of her father, H. M. Finley near Cor vallis. Mrs. McAllister will be away during the mouth of Aug ust, also. Mrs. H. H. Gooch, wife of Gen ll. IL Gooch, a wholesale dealer in flowers of San Francisco, was a recent visitor at the Franklin Dibble tulip farm. Mrs. Gray Kyle and daughter Edith Mary, of Portland havo been visiting the past few days a the home of Mrs. Kyle's parents Mr. and Mrs. S. East. They re turned to their home this week Mrs. Grace Eoff entertained Mrs. K. B. Houston and Mrs. Lil burn Boggs and small daughter, Gene, who are visiting here from California, to dinner on Saturday evening. A party composed of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Staley. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Aldridge, Miss Rose Stock ton and Mrs. Grace Eoff spent Sunday at Mehama. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Steusloff. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. . Marcus and daughters, Mr. and Chambers and Will Sunday at Mehama. Mildred Week Is Mrs. E. F. Cole spent visiting her friend, Kathryn Grady, at Oregon City. She motored down on Sat nrday with hesr parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Week, who returned to Salem the same day. Dr. and Mrs. E E. Fisher and little son. Mrs. G. B. Goin and Miss Mina Cook motored to Wat erloo for Sunday. A party who spent Sunday at Mehama were Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Minto, Jack Minto, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Jory, Oras and Priscilla Try. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hartley, Mr. ahd Mrs. J. B. Craig, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wain. Keene Wain. Mr. and Mrs. H, S. Poisal and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Downing. 7 Mrs. Maud Tucker of Clarks ton. Wash., who has been visit ing Mrs. A. E. Huckestein. left for her home yesterday after a two weeks' visit here. ' ' Mrs. J. H. Cradlebaugh and daughter. Miss M. I. Downing, en tertained Mrs. R. B. Houston of ' , - - - - LUNDBERG Santa Rosa, and Mrs. Boggs of Sacramprln Pal nt lnnrhpon vp. terday. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McCroskey spent yesterday in Portland. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. McMeahan go to Portland to attend the For estry convention. They will be away over the weok-er.d. Dr. and Mrs. Chalmer George have gonp to Hreitenbush springs for a two weeks' outing. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Davles were in Portland yesterday. Capt. and Mrs. Allan Bynon have returned from a three days outing spent at Newport. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hodge are spending a few days outing this week at Neskowin and they will visit several of the other Tilla mook beaches. Miss Ada Miller is spending two weeks at Rockaway beach as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ber- ger. Mrs. G. A. Nye. who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. W. Schwab for a. month, is expected to return to Salem the last of this week. Dr. and Mrs. Ross Miler Wimer and son, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. Winter's par ents for the last two weeks, left 3:esterday for Portland for a short visit with friends before proceed ing to their home in Pendleton. T. H. (Bert) Merritt of Duluth visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Blackwood of 545. North 18th street for a short while before returninc home bv wav of Seattle. Try Shopping With the Crowds A Sweeping Clearance Sale That is sweeping all other events aside for super Bathing Suits We have especially priced our entire .stock for a quick disposal and Clear ance. We have them in all the attractive colors as well as a good selec tion of grades. Priced for Thursday from 49c to $2.98 $1.25 Polly Prim Aprons In pretty Ginghams, French and Count Per cales with alternating trimming effects, on sale Thursday at 69c $1 Men's Silk Ties In the latest narrow de signs and fashions direct from New York. This lot includes a large array of patterns, each 39c ?3 Khaki Riding Breeches Of a very heavy khaki material, well shaped and finished, and the as sortment includes all sizes, on sale at . $1.69 75c Ladies' Union Suit Three styles to select from, tight and loose knee, short sleeves and some with band tops, on sale each 49c Big Yamhill Herd is Hit by Tuberculosis Pr. W. 11. !.ytl state veterin arian, rctunic,l ycsierdr.y troiu Carlton, , Yamhill county, where he was summoned to make an in vestigation of some cattl. Out ot'a herd of 35 examined by the veterinarian 2$ were found to be ' . .. - :i r, i -i: . ZIH 0 Rub 9 Em! Tub Em! ' J , . "i ;'' .r -ii .'' ; If you want a plain model -we havo it. for you. If. you prefer one that is pleatedthpt, toojls waitinj? here. But whatever the style or (he finishing, you can oe sure of one thing. Shipley is offering you a real value in these white wash 8kirts and you just can't help liking them. Every one is finely tailored. $lJ98 mm IF the proof of the pudding is in thproof of PAY AS YOU GO lijis in its' success. Super Value Giving merchandise Diamond V, Coffee 3 lb. can $i.os No. 2 Del Monte Corn, 2 cans 3Sc No. 2 Strained Honey . 25c , 2H bars white laun dry Soap $1.00 We1 have just re ceived a car-load of sugar from , the Western Refinery Co. Make arrange ments to get your supply immediately. We expect another rise in price. some we ly Final Clean-up for the Organdy Dresses This event will absolutely overshadow all former at tempts to slash prices for a final Clearance!. Fashioned of finest quality Voiles and jn thejnewest colors, trimmed with white and colored Organdies, and the novelty effects they are sure ito please the most discriminating. Regular $15 values. For Thursday's Special Selling $8.50 with tuberculosis. .Th cattle were ordered coc I and will be killed. Cat emned and killed by or 4 infected demned tie con ders. Jot the state veterinarian ar paid foif out of Ifunds approprlatl ed l?y the legislature. Another need! of the country 1 to be ab to satisfy a chicken ap-j petite with an oatmeal outlay. ) afflictoa They Come Out Smiling k to $4.98 1 M v t 'it the eating then Alway Better Values for Less value giving on quality. - . REMNANT DAY ftt In our Economy Basement Store ; .. . THURSDAY ONLY We offer big ieapirig tables loaded with over 5,0q0ARDSf ; of remnants of every" descrip tion. This offering includes of our besl t Voiles, Ging- hams. Percales; Cretonnes and, yards of White and Ticking, hundreds of Goods besides numerous other! items too nu- merous to mention because have simply and ruthless gathered materials whose values range to 49c the yard -1 - and with a smi marked them Thursday only e on our iace to sell for lit the yard 14b Season on En ire Stock of Try (one of our Ice Cream Sandwiches and! Soda Pop : on Ice All Day """ -v :t - "" 11 1 ' " '" ' ,.1 . . iii.il n. in '