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The Importance of' This Sale
It is seldom, if it ever happened, that such
an immense collection of exquisite, depend
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Nearly 4000 Rugs, varying in dimensions,
colors and designs Rugs for the most preten
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1 and Rugs rare and Antiques to please the best
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All are offered in this sale.
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Bishop Cooke Announces Ap
pointments and Explains
Difficulty of Selection.
PORTLAND NAMED FOR 1914
Membership of Conference C 0,9 70
and Sunday School Enrollment
la 24,098, With Chnrch Prop
erty Valued at $1,104,580.
EUGENE. Or.. Sept. 29. (Special.)
Calling attention to the tremendous re
sponsibility that devolves upon the
bishop and his cabinet in sending men
out Into the different fields for the
year's work. Bishop Cooke, In the closing-
moments of the 61st annual confer
ence for Oregon of the Methodist Epis
copal Church, today named the 200
ministers and their charges for the
coming year. -
"The assignment of the pastors." said
the bishop, "is a work that wring's
one's soul. Many a time, as I have
started to write In a man's name for
an appointment I have hesitated, won
dering whether the sending of him to
this particular place is going to be best
for him. for his family, and for the
work of the church.
"In making these appointments I
have overruled the opinion of a mem
ber of my cabinet and I have sent a
pastor Into a place of hardship when he
should have bad a better position. The
reason Is my heart demands that I
keep another minister where his little
daughter, who is nearly blind, may
have the needed medical attention."
Limit Is Reached.
The principal change is the selection
of Rev. H. J. Van Fossen, now of As
toria, to become superintendent of the
Klatnatn district, succeeding Rev. It. E.
Dun lap, who has completed his term of
six years in that 'newly-organized ter
ritory. Mr. Dunlap goes to the Forest
Kev. C. T. McPherson, who for 1
years has been a pastor In Portland
churches, was at his request trans
ferred to Clatskanie.
A departure for the Oregon con
Terence Is the naming of C. O. Heath, a
recant graduate of Willamette Univer
sity, to be assistant pastor of the Eu
gene enu'eh, where Rev. H. S. Wllkir.
son finds the work has Increased to a
point of making an assistant neces
. Pet.een half a-.d two-thirds of tne
paitois were retu-ned to their chargta
and the changes in the remainder of
the cases are largely routine.
Rev. Mr. Drew's reappointment as
president of Knox College was made
ns a matter of church Jaw In order that
he keep his standing as a Methodist
minister in Oregon.
The appointment of M. B. Parouna
gian as Sunday school missionary for
the Methodist Church of the state, re
vives a position that has been vacant
for six years.
AMlgnineBts Are Given.
The assignment of ministers to
charges for the year follows:
Portland district J. W. McDougall,
superintendent, Portland; Astoria, W.
S. Gordon; Clatskanie, C. T. McPherson;
Houlton, D. T. Summerville; Knappa,
W. F. Powell; Llnnton, to be supplied;
Portland Centenary, D. H. Trimble;
Central. C. C. Rarick; Chinese Mission,
to be supplied; Clinton Kelly Memor
ial. John Parsons: Epworth, c. u. mc
Culloch; First Church, Benjamin
Young: Grace, to be supplied; Laurel
wood. V. E. Wllllngs; Lincoln, to be
susnlied by M. C Reed; Mount Tabor,
C. L. Hamilton; Montavilla, W. H.
Hampton; Patton, G. F. Hopkins; Rose
City Park, W. W. roungson; senwooo,
J. K. Hawkins; St. Johns, W. E. Ingalls;
Sunnyside, William H. Fry; Trinity, A,
B. Calder; University Park, L. -oor;
Westmoreland, to be supplied by H. T.
Greene; Woodstock, Frank James;
Woodlawn, Louis Thomas; Rainier, C
L. Dark: Seaside. G. O. Oliver; St. Hel
ens, M. T. Luther, Warrenton, to be
supplied by J. J. Facey.
J. T. Abbott, Superintendent.
Eugene district J. T. Abbott, super
intendent Eugene: Albany. D. H.
Leech: Bandon. C. M. Knight; Browns
ville, A. C. Brackenbury; Buena Vista,
C. E. Curtis; Coburg, J. M. Crenshaw;
Coquille, C. H. Bryan; Corvallis, J. C.
Rollins; Cottage Grove. H. N. Aldrlch;
Crawfordsville, supplied by Earl
Brown; Creswell, R. S. Bishop; Drain,
L. W. Chandler; Elkton, R. C. Young
Eugene, H. S. Wilkinson; assistant, C.
O. Heath; Gardiner, S. J. Kester; Hal-
sey. J. S. Green; Harrlsburg, t.
Drake; Irving, K. H. Allen; Independ
ence, F. X. Sandifur; Jefferson, B. A.
Bristol; Junction City, J. F. Dunlop;
Lebanon, Robert Sutcliff; Lorane cir
cuit, F. W. Snyder; Lowell circuit, to
be supplied by Walter Ross; Marcola,
G. A. Gray; Marshfield, Joseph Knotts;
Mehama and Lyons, to De supplied;
Monroe, to be supplied by J. G. Crozier;
Mountain View, to be supplied by K. J.
Davenport; Myrtle Point, E. S. Mace;
North Bend, A. S. Hisey; Port Orford,
to be supplied by B. B. Paull; Shedds,
F. S. Clemo; Slletz Indian mission, to
be supplied by w. T. Pearce; Spring'
field. J. T. Moore; Stayton. II- Hock
ine: Toledo, to be supplied by Sanford
Snyder; Turner, J. J. Mickey; xoncana,
Klamath district H. J. Van Fossen
superintendent; Ashland, Wr. J. Doug
lass; Bonanza, to be supplied by. W.
Hall: Canyonville, to De supplied by J.
T. Cowley; Central Point, C. L. Creesy;
Dorris, to be supplied; Gold Hill, A.
Costlet; Grants Pass, W. E. Jeffrey, Jr.;
Indian Mission, Klamath. J. W. War
rell; Indian Mlslson, Yalnax, J. L.
Beatty; Jacksonville, to be supplied by
A. S. Jenkins; Kerby, W. J. Warren;
Klamath Falls, E. C. Richards; Lake-
view. G. H. Feese; Medford, E. O. El-
dridge; Merrill. Thomas Acheson; New
Pine Creek, to be supplied; Oakland
and Sutherlin, to be supplied by George
P. Trltes; Paisley, to be supplied by T.
J. Strawbridge; Roseburg, A. R. Mac
Lean; Roseburg circuit, to be supplied
by R. E. Mathls; Talent to be supplied
by L T. Reames; Ten Mile, to be sup
plied by J. H. Adams; Wilbur. H. W.
Rummell; Wilderville, W. J. Warren;
Wolf Creek, to be supplied by C. E.
James Moore at Salem.
Salem district James Moore, super
intendent Salem; Amity, Eflward Git
tens; Ballston, to be supplied by J. M.
Hlxon; Banks, G. A. Jahn; Beaverton.
to be supplied by Robert Brymer;
Brooks, T. - D. Yarnes; Canby, T. H.
Downs; Carlton and Hubbard, to be
supplied: Clackamas and Oak Grove,
to be supplied by C. H. Woolley; Cle
one, to be supplied; Cornelius, to be
supplied by F. A. Piper: Dallas, G. H.
Bennett; Dayton, W. C. Stewart; Dllley,
S. H. Dewart; Estacada, C. B. Rees;
Falls City, M. A. Marcy; Forest Grove,
R. E. Dunlap: Gresham, M. T. Wire;
Hillsboro, R. E. Myers; Hope Chapel.
F. M. Jasper; Lafayette, to be supplied
by C. W. Comstock; Lents, W. B. Moore;
McMinnvllle, D. L. Fields; Mulino. J. F.
Coleman; Nehalem, J. M. Brown; New
berg, Walter Skipworth; Oregon City,
T. B. Ford: Oswego, to be supplied by
W. L. Wilson; Pleasant Home and Bor
ing, L. F. Smith; Salem, Frrst Church,
R. N. Avison; Jason Lee Memorial, J
H. Irvine; Leslie, J. C. Spencer; West
Salem, to bo supplied by M. L. Bullock;
Sandy, E. M. Smith; Scholia and Farm
ing, to be supplied by T. J. Hazleton;
Sheridan. A. S. Mulligan; Silverton, V
R. F. Browne; Tillamook, W. J. Web
ber; Tualatin, M. M. Reid; Viola, to be
supplied by C. C. Cop; Willamina, U. T
Prove; Wilsonville. to be supplied by
William Nlcnoii; Woodburn, Hiram
Gould: Yamhill, W. M. Erskine.
Special appointments A. N. Fisher,
field secretary of systematic benefi
cence; Fletcher Homan, president of
Willamette University; E. H. Todd,
vice-president of W'illamette Univer
sity; C. T. Wilson, corresponding sec
retary Temperance Society of the Meth
odise Episcopal Church; H. G. McCain,
field agent of the Temperance Society
of the Methodist Episcopal Church; W.
B. Hollingshead. secretary of appor
tionments; James Lisle, librarian of
Willamette University; G. L. Tufts,
secretary of Methodist Federation of
Social Service; W. P. Drew, president
of Knox College, Galesburg, 111.; D. A.
Waters, financial secretary of Kimball
College of Theology; C. M. Van Marter,
conference evangelist; A. A. Heist F.
S. Frances and G. W. Hall left with
out appointment to attend one of our
schools; M. B. Paronnaugian, Sunday
school missionary; R. C. Biackwell, su
perintendent Alaska mission; J. J. Fat
ton and C. C. Cook, missionaries to
Alaska: H. W. Swartz. missionary to
Japan; C. O. Beckman, missionary in
New Mexico; J. H. Westervelt and C
W. Pogue, missionaries in Nevada mis
MesMge Sent Dr. Forbes.
The conference this morning voted to
meet next year in Centenary Church,
Portland, and Rev. Robert Sutcllffe;
was named to preach the missionary
sermon at the next conference.
Resolutions of sympathy were passed
for Dr. Robert Forbes, home mission
ary secretary, from Philadelphia, who
had been too ill to appear more than
once at the conference. Messrs. Stew
art and Avison and President Homan
were delegated to carry in person.the
greetings of the conference.
The report of the committee on so
cial service, in the course of its report,
commended the Eugene'Coffee Club as
a most excellent example of Chris
tianity applied in social service.
The bishop, acting on the authority
of the conference, named the follow
ing committee to present to the Leg
islature the matter of revising the laws
in regard to the incorporation of
church societies. Rev. T. B. Ford, Rev.
Walton Skipworth, Rev. Benjamin
Young. Rev. R. N. Avison, I. H. Van
Winkle, Rev. J. W. Reynolds and R. A.
Legislative Appeal to Be Made.
The appointment of this committee
was the outgrowth of the appeal from
the First Methodist Church,' touching
upon the method of electing trustees.
The bishop. In his ruling, held that
wherever the laws of the state are In
conflict with the discipline and prac
tice of the Methodist Church, the laws
of the state must prevail. He recom
mended, however, that means be taken
to have laws made so that the customs
of the church might be observed, and
this matter is to be presented to the
Legislature by the committee named
Statistical reports showed a total
membership of 20,979 on the active" roll
and 742 probationers, with 24,098 en
rolled in Sunday schools. Total valq-
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NOT HOW CHEAP
BUT HOW GOOD
Is the Question for Yon to Settle.
When Buying a Heater Do Not Be
Influenced Merely by the Price,
A BEATER WITH A REPUTATION.
A HEATER WITH A GUARANTEE.
Burns Any Fuel
Wood Coal Briquets
It Burns the Gas
In an ordinary stove half the fuel
arises in gas and quiokftr goes up
the chimney. When you remember
that gas is fuel, you realize how
much is saved if the gas doesn't
escape but is held in the stove and
burned. Notice In this picture how
the draft burns tho gas. That is
HOWARD OVER DRAFT SAVES HALF THE FUEL
W GUARANTEE a saving of one-third In fuel.
WE GUARANTEE that the stove will hold fire 13 hours without at-
'enE GU tRANTEB that the rooms can be heated from one to three
hours in the morning with the fuel pui in at night
WE GUARANTEE uniform heat dy and night with wood, coal or
If you enjoy the luxury of dressing In warm rooms without the
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INVESTIGATE THE HOWARD TODAY
J. J. KADDERLY
ation of church buildings In the con
ference is $1,104,580.
Resolutions were adopted commend
ing the work of the various mission
ary boards of the church and thank
ing the people of Eugene for their hos
pitality. Mrs. H. S. Wilkinson, of Eugene, was
elected president of the Ministers'
UNION OF CHURCHES IGXORJiD
Local Methodists Think Segregation
of Grace and First Blay Result.
The recent union of the First and
Grace Methodist Episcopal Churches
was ignored in tne appointments made
at the Methodist Conference in Eugene
last week, for the parishes of the Port
"Grace Church to be supplied" is the
line in the list of appointments which
shows that the conference takes cog
nizance of a separate existence of the
two congregations, although it was
generally supposed that the merger
would be recognized.
It is thought by local members of the
Methodist Episcopal Church that this
position of the conference indicates a
movement toward segregation and a
resumption of services in the Grace
There are few changes in the ap
pointments to the Portland Churches,
all of the larger churches having the
same ministers returned to them. This
is the case in First, Centenary, Sunny
side, Central, Mount Tabor and Sell
wood, The Rev. A. B. Calder, formerly
of Yamhill, has been appointed to suc
ceed the Rev. C. T. McPherson at
Trinity Church, and Rev. Mr. McPher
son has been sent to Clatskanie. The
St Johns Church has been given to the
Rev. W. E. Ingalls, for some time in
active. The Rev. John Parsons will
take the Clinton-Kelley Memorial and
the Rev. C. O. McCulloch, who formerly
occupied that pulpit, will go to Epworth.
ALLEGED FORGER IS BACK
Governor Required to Guarantee lie
turn In Case of Acquittal.
HILLSBORO, Or.. Sept 29. (Special.)
Sheriff Reeves arrived Friday night
from Mare Island, having in custody
Ross Garber, enlisted in the Marine
Corps, charged with forging a check
at Forest Grove. Garber was enlisted
under the name of Earl Riley. His
father resides near McMinnvllle. The
prisoner was at one time an inmate of
the State Reform School. He will plead
to the charge in tne name of Roy Ar
thur, his alias while at Forest Grove.
The Commandant at Mare Island re
fused to let Garber accompany the of
ficer until Governor West guaranteed
his return to the island in case of ac
quittal. A, II. Chickeroos, aged about 25, was
placed in jail Friday, charged with
stealing a $20 check from a fellow
workman on the Washington-Oregon
AMARANTH LOST IN WRECK
Wooden Barkentine Goes Ashore in
South Seas; Crew Safe.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 29. Advices
today to the Chamber of Commerce
report the wooden barkentine
Amaranth, owned in San Francisco, and
bound from Newcastle. Australia, for
San Francisco In coal, , wrecked on
Jarvis Island in the South Seas.
Captain Neilson, his wife and child,
and the crew are safe at Tutuila,
London Has New lord Mayor.
LONDON, Sept. 29. Sir Thomas Van
slttart Bowater was elected Lord Mayor
of the city of London today. He will
assume office November 9.
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