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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1904)
PAGE SEVEN. '
piscopal Deputies Favor Special
Forms of Worship for For
NEW MISSIONARY BISHOPS
Kcvm. HpulcHiitf, ItoolN, Ares nml
' Knight Are Clioaeii to ltepr
jieut the Church At Home
Hoalon, Oct 21. Th Eplacopal gen
ral convention todny adopted a raao
lutton in the houaa of dcputUt pro
viding (or apeclul forma of worahlp
to mart thfl reuulremerita of foreign
vonjrrvgaUona which may tt brought
Into the church. The propoMl mi
blttlerly fought at the chip Francisco
convent Ion u,ml mvi with much oppo
ultlon In ltoaton,' many asserting that
the maHNure would load to greut di
vorce In the forme of worship. The
rreolullon will be acted on by the
hoi)H of bishop,, f
The deputle todny elected the' fol
lowing missionary wsnops. mmnup
m t ..Li. fliku UVrt.tlthn U.
til PHIL lR vl. ......
bpnliliiiKi or r;no, .; uiwnnp vt -kow,
China, Ilev. Utgtm It. Koole, of
Arkntiwi; blnhopof Mexico, Rev. Henry
I). Avra, of IlouetonTex.t bishop of
Cubii, Very Hwv. Albion W. Knight, of
CARRIERS MAIL FIFTY FEET.
Men He Pacullar Government Job
At Town Near Portland.
Hlllmlule near Portland, haa a apec
tul mnll-carrler, who In under contract
with the government to carry the
inallb&ga from the- depot-pUitform to
the poetomce, a dlntunce of BO feet
For thla work he receive remunera
tion In the turn of $ a month. Thua
1 endfd a IControvereey which threat
ened for a time to leave renldtmt
of thnt locality without their mall,
for the poalmnater refused to cary the
neks from the atatlon to the post
office, nobody elee had any right to
touch them, and the poatul authorltlea
refuaed to hire any one for ao Inalg
nlltcant a tnak. Meanwhile the mall
accumulated on the open depot plat
form. Now totter and pmera are
mice more being distributed.
For aoveral yearn Postmaster
flnorge Nouktjs Parried the mull be
tween 'then two points himself, and
the people of Iiertha'and vicinity ob
tained their Icttnra and dully ' papers
without a hitch. Hnverul w-eka ngo,
however, It occurred to the poatmueter
that be hud no contract with the gov
ernment for carrying the mallsirckn
this to fent, and ao he applied for re
muneration, Thin wns at first re
fused, but the mnllbngs remained on
4h platform, where they were thrown
by the poatat mesaengera, and there
wan no one authorlxed to remove them.
In the couraa of time, however, the
trouble waa made known to the postal
authorltlea In Waahlngton, V. C and
now J. M, Ualnea haa the contract
for thin 60-foot mail route at the muni
ficent aalary of It per month, and all
Bertha la the name of the atatlon,
but Hillsdale la the title of the poet
office. The railroad men do not ahout
"Hllladnla" aa they approach the
atatlon because paasengera are prone
to confound the name with Hlllaboro,
the thriving county neat of Waahlng
ton courity. noma ten milea further
HUNTED OUT OF SEASON.
Portland Nimroda Forfeit Ball in Al-
:' bany. 1
Albany, Ore., Oct. 21. T. W. John-
atone and L. W. Elwetil. the two
Portland men who were to have been
tried In the justice court In this city
yenierday for , nhootlng Mongolian
phenaanta beyond the legal limit, fail
ed to appear and forfeited their bull
amounting to 135. The amount woa en
tered up na flnea of f 16 each, the rest
being for costn. The two men evi
dently thought it the cheapest way
to get out of the difficulty and decided
to abandon the amount of money put
up for ball.
NICE SMOKED SALMON.
Indiana Cur Hatchery Fish With Flie
- i : -v-f. Oaloee. -v i -
Underwood. Waah, Oct. JO. The In
diana are gathering here, aa la their
uaunl cuatom, at aulmon-flehlng time.
They are going to the Little White Sal
mon thle year where the fish hatchery
men give them the fish after they have
taken the egga. The Indian equawa
dresa the Bah and hang them on poles
or tree-ahaped poata .to partly dry In
Why is it the best for ;
. Heaters, 5toves, .Ranges
ELMORC ca COMPAN,
the nun, with the fllea and yellowback
eta feasting on them. Later they art
taken to a shanty and smoked dry. If
some of the people who cut dried sal
mon could pans through this eight and
then be offered aalrnon from the nlc
eat J nblc, they would, I am aure, nay
"No, thank you." ' ,
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Change of Program Monday.
Change of Act Thurtday.
M ATI MM: DAILY AT2AH P. M
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