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i Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon
Latest News Covering Central Willamette Valley By Special Report
10 Mill Tax
On Dallas for
Dallas, Or., Nov. 10. At a meet
line held last Thin-day evening, it
was agreed that an additional tax
levy of 10 mills will bo made
Dallas city property.
The city is a road district and the
.proposed levy will raise aproxl
matdy 110,000 which will be used
oil the main roads leading out of
town which are now In bad condi
tion. As there is a regular tax for
ilii purpose of approximately
$SO0a and the county court has
agreed to match the total of the two
tunif, this will give Dallas in the
neighborhood of $30,000 to put its
county road strets in shape.
The meeting in which the agree'
xnent wan made to put the matte!
before the people was held last
Thursday evening by the directors
f the Commercial club and the
members of the city council. In
this meeting the matter was taor
ouKhly discussed and it was report-
on iw rue judge of the county
rourt had agreed to place In the
county budget the sum of $15,000
to match (he money it is proposed
that this road district should raise
M the improvement. This agree
ment wun the county court, it Is
said, is necessary before the ques
tlon can be submitted.
The proceeding that must be
Bone through with to secure a
meeting to pass upon such a matter
is thai thre freeholders petition the
(runty court and ihe court calls b
meeting to pass upon the matter.
Bringing Up Father By George McManus
(Copyright 1920 by International?" 77,
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Notice of this
meeting must be giv
newspapers and by
en through th
K. of P. Hold Meeting.
Tin- Knights of Pythias lodge at
Dallas held their usual Monday
night meeting j their hall where
they initiated several candidates in
the rank of squire. The lodge was
honored b.v a distinguished visitor
K. Hardest? of Seaside nif i
Marshall, who Is work In ir ., ,,'
millwi-ighi In Dallas. Th,. nte
mentioned visitors gave interesting
addresses to the members o( the
lodge and each one spoke highly
and praised the work done by Mar
inioiu No. 96.
The local K. JVs are planning on
I a king 15 candidates for the rank
f page to Albany on November 29,
where Fled E. Wheaton. supreme
keeper of records and seals, and
William l,adew of New York, su
preme chancellor, will give the
class of about 500 the work In this
The order of K. P. was founded
years ago in the city of Wash
ington. 1). c by Justus h. Hath-1
bone and the bible which he used
ser the obligations to the first can
o.date.. tor the great order will be I
used at Albany next Mondav niihi.
The work will be known as the
RaOsfcone Bible class.
ym city council met at the eoun
.uH chambers last night for a spe
icisl masting to consider the settle--assart
with Pugh & Sauer, contrac
tors, who have been laying side
walks In the city of Pallas 'I was
"arterf at the meeting that the
HHiuig tnal the contractors have
aM ,133 lenlal feet of sidewalk
Whetting onto the private owned
property and 1630 lenlal feet of five
M'1 walk which Is to be paid by
he city. The cost per lenlal fool
"has been 96 cents. The council
lass advanced about 118,000 to the
K-fuitractors and labor blls were out
"aloh demanded payment of about
SHli more, so the council ordered
the auditor to draw a warrant for
Pugh & Saner for that turn. The
fily engineer, Ed .1. Dimes, was
naked to have a complete report of
lull work done, material turned over
1m the ell- and cvcryi)tfn in resdi-im-sh
for a final settlement by the
vflgular e on i ii ineeiing on Mondav
' night neif.
Portland and many devoted friends
of the decesed availed themselves
of the opportunity to offer prayers
for him. Archbishop Christie of
Portland delivered the funeral ad
dress in the church In this city.
Born in Swilwrlaml.
Abbot Adelhelrn Odermatt was
horn in Switzerland, December 10,
1844. Responding to the calling
voice within he entered the novit
iate of St. Benedictine abbey ire
I'higelberg, the motherhouse of Mt.
Angel. On September 29, 1866, he
made his holy profession and on
May 3, 1869, was ordained priest.
In 1 873 has was sent across the At
lantic with Father Krowin Conrad,
founder and abbot of Conception
abbey, Mo. He was stationed at
Marysville until 1881, when he
came to the northwest to make ar
rangements for the new monastic
foundation in the Willamette val
ley. He was founder of the St.
Benedictine college and has been
actively in Ihe service of that Insti
tution and the church in this city
for many years. The golden sacer
dotal jubilee of Rt. Rev. Adelhelrn
Odermatt was held here a little less
than one year ago.
Monday, November 1. being All
Saints day, i-'ather Adelhelrn was
preparing for the 10 o'clock mass
at St. Joseph's church in Portland
when he suffered a stroke of pa
ralysis'. The altar boys found him! to have been due to heart disease,
unconscious on the floor of the sac-1 rr0m a message received yester
risty. Hastening to the cathedral I Ja b the bel.eaved husband it is
for help, Archbishop Christie with I t .
..no f hi v.i..at wo.,t v,o ! learned that Mrs. Koehler retired
sistance of the stricken abbot and
he was immediately removed to St
Vincent's hospital where he was
given every attention possible. In
the afternoon he regained con-
sclousness but never regained the ! terday morning to announce break-
evening previous in her usual
health and not a sound was heard
front her during the night to indi
cate that she was suffering. When
her mother went to the room yes-
At the Electric Sign "Shoes"
Mt. Angel Folk
Of Dead Abbot
Mi. Angel, or., Nov. 10. Re
mains ui ,ne Right Rev. Titular
.Abbot Adelhelrn Odermatt, who
lied al Si. Vincent's hospital in
Portland Sunday night, were re
cwivod here this momma and nan-
UHcal rervlces were held at 10
, ai "clock. Business houses closed '
between the hours of in and 12
aund the entire population , I
in attended tin- services. Inter
nient was made in the monaster) ;
ci-mctcry on ihe hill near Ihe col-'
for some time this morning Ihe
ittndy rcsiod ai st, Benedict's abbey
avhere hundreds of friend.- , -ailed lo
imy then- last respects to a vener
uhle priest and a friend of all hu
Memorial Maaa HrM.
I Memorial mass was held In Port
land yesterday morning and imme
".1 lately after this service ihe body
..was ahlppcd tli this city. Honorary
"Italllx-nni: s al the services in Port
land were Juilge J. ). Kavanatigh.
.J. K. Korertel. John R. Murphy,
iflwrry Klosiernian ami 11. o Kar-
. . il
The funeral is said to have been
;Jth largest ,cr held m ihe Mi.
Wpl fllli vli and a- .illended by
Heads from Portland, Salem ami
numerous utln iev,is in ihe state.
jAII duv Mor,, In rli,. l,od lay in
fiiuie at si Joseph's chur Ii In
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power of speech. He continued to
fail in spite of the careful attention
paid him and passed away Sunday
Mt. Angel Woman
Away on Visit
Mt. Angel, Or., Nov. 10. Mrs.
Henry B. Koehler, aged 35 years,
was found dead in a room at the
home of her parents in Eugene
yesterday morning where she had
gone a few days previous to visit
the home folks. Death is supposed
fast she found her daughter dead.
She leaves a husband, Henry B.
Koehler, a merchant of this city,
and a family of small children. Mr.
Koehler went to Eugene on the
next train out after receiving the
messages. What disposition will
he made of the body is not known
at this time, but it is expected that
her remains will be shipped here
this evening and that the funeral
will be held in the church Thurs
day or Friday.
Mrs. Koehler had lived in Mt.
Angel since her childhood and was
well known and highly esteemed.
She was married here some years
ago, and although her parents
movedto Eugene she has been a
oonslant resident of Mt. Angel for
a number of years.
.Miss Margaret Schwab left for
Portland yesterday to spend a few
days visiting her sister, Mrs. Neidl
meycr. Lowrence Stupfel has accepted a
position as sausage maker at the
Mt. Angel meat market.
Romeo Lais went to Portland
yesterday where he will spend some
time receiving instructions in the
art of vulcanizing. He expects to
embark in the business here soon.
Frank Lais left the fore part of
the week for San Francisco, where
he expects to remain most of the
Alfred Oswald made a business
trip to Portland yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gaffney of Port
land have been visiting her mother,
Mrs. B. Oswald.
Miss Emma Young has been vis
iting friends in Portland for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mayers of
Hoqulam have been here for somi
time on business and visiting
friends. They formerly lived in
Several friends of Raymond Barr
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ago and helped him celebrate his
The Catholic Foresters will hold
a social and entertainment in their
hal tomorrow evening. Lunch will
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