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Sole Agent For H. C. Fry Single
Celebrated Cut GUaa.
HEXT III. E. CONFERENCE
OREGON METHODIST CONFER
ENCE MAKES APPOINT
MENTS AND ADJOURNS.
glad hand to tl.e new president, ov.
No changes were made in any of
tin nmrniiUMit western Oregon
churches by the bishop, and the cabi
net. Following arc the assignments
or the ensuing year:
Portland district-W. B. Uollings
head, district superintendent; Astoria,
C. C. Rarick; Clatskanie, Louis Tho
ma?; Houlton, W. C. Fry; Linton, P.
Conklin; Portland Centenary, C. 1.
vviUnn; Portland Central, C. L. Ham
ilton; Portland Chinese mission, Chan
Sing Kai; Portland Clinton Kelly
Memorial, II. J. Kester; Portianu up
worth, C. T. McPherson; l'ortianu
r.irS rhiireh. Benjamin oung; ion-
land Grace, W. 11. Heppe; Portland
Laurelwood, E. H. Bryant, Portland
Mount Tabor, J. W. McDougall;
Portland Montavilla, H. Obcrg; Tort
land Patton, D. A. Walters; Portland
Sellwood, L. C. Poor; Portland Trin
ity, L. F. Smith; Portland University
Park, William Jeffrey Jr.; Portland
Woodstock, J. D. Voce; Portland
Woodlawn, W. J. Douglas; Rainier,
F. N. Sandifur; Seaside, R. E. Myers;
Warrenton, A. A. Heist; St. Helen's.
Special Appointments A. N. Fish
er, librarian and lecturer on historic
Methodism, Kimball School of The
n. L. Tufts, field secretary inter-
1 Pfnrni bureau. member
First Church Quarterly conference,
w p nn.w. nmfessor in Knox
college, Galesburg, HI.
ti... Pircnnc isitnrrintendent Alas-
JU11II AW.JV...', Tf
H. T. Atkinson, missonary in Alas
F. B. Short, missionary in Utah.
H. W. Schwartz, missonary in Ja-
After three long sessions during
which much business of a routine na
ture was transacted, the Oregon con
ference of the M. E. church, Salem, has
concluded its work. The conference
will meet next year at Cottage Grove,
Hfllsboro put in a bid, so did New
berg, "the Quaker City, where there
are more Methodists than Quakers,
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Out couage urovc uau wv j.
derence of votes when it came to the;
Resolutions were adopted, thank
ing the citizens of Salem for their
hospitality, thanking Bishop Hughes
for the very ao.e ana fi ish mUsion
k. nrpcirlAii nv-
manner in nuitu unu y -
er all sessions of the conference; ex
pressing the gratitude of the confer
ence to Dr. Coleman, former presi
dents Willamette university, for the
manner in which he had conducted
the institution, and extending the
H. J. Adams, left without appoint
ment to attend school.
Tetsuji Kitizawi, Pacific Japanese
T?. F. 'Zimmerman, Anti-Saloon
C. E. Crandall, missonary in HiacK
ft H. Feese. C. M. Van Marter,
C. O. Beckman, missionary in New
k Big Sensation in Hats
J. T. Abbett, Sunday school mis-
cinnarv member Central Church
(Portland) Quarterly conference.
Rev. C. C. Rarick was elected sec
retary of the conference for the year.
P. J. Brix was elected vice presi
dent of the "Layman's Association"
for the Portland District.
SUVA, Fiji Islands, Sept. 30.-The
castaways from the British steamer
Aeon, who spent nearly two months
on Christmas Island, an almost bar
ren coral formation in the Pacific
Ocean, arrived here to-day on the
Steamer Manuka, all well and increas
ed by one in number. A daughter
was born to the wife of Chaplain B.
R. Patrick, U. S. N.; 24 hours bfore
the Manuka was sighted.
EVIDENCE IN SUNDAY CLOS
The grand jury yesterday filed its
linal report for the term and were
discharged. The report speaks for
itself and tlve statement that evidence
reaardinir violations of the Sunday
closing law, has been turned over to
the district attorney indicates that
there will be some prosecutions in
that line. The names of the parties
indicted are withheld until warrants
have been issud and arrests have been
made. As was thought the jury con
demned the county jail but have
made no rccommcnflation in their
report. The thoroughness of the in
spections of the inquisitorial body is
favorably commented upon. The full
report is as follows:
"Astoria, Oct. 1, 1908.
To the Honorable Circuit Court of
Clatsop County, State of Oregon.
"Gentlemen: We, your grand jur
ors, duly empaneiieu ana sworn iur
the September term of the circuit
court for the County of Clatsop and
State of Oregon for the year of IW
respectfully submit this our final re
port as follows:
"We have inquired into and inves
ivrated all charges of crime that have
been called to our attention and have
returned thirteen (13) true bills and
two (2) not true bills. We have
turned over to the district attorney
all the evidence we have found in the
Sunday closing cases and recommend
that he prosecute same in the justice
court; we have investigated the coun
ty ward in the St. Mary's Hospital
and find the inmates well provided
for and found the premises well kept;
we have visited the city jail and find
it in good sanitary condition and well
Drovided with exits in case of tire
we find the public schools in good
sanitary condition and well provided
with exits in case of fire; we find the
county jail insecure and in an uti
"We have visited all the -county
offices and found the records syste
matically kept and the officials very
courteous and accommodating.
Having completed our labors, we
beg to be discharged.
ROBT. McMATH, .
H. H. INGALLS,
J. D. HECKARD,
B. L. WARD,
JOHN T. McDERMOTT,
M. L. LEAHY.
Is being created at present in our
Show-rooms, where models of the
most modern Millinery for Fall wear
are now being displayed. You are
invited to call and inspect these new
styles, which are certainly most im
pressive in the novelty of the ideas.
The choicest creations in artistic
trimming are here for your approval
' and the moderate prices marked on
the Hats will tempt you to buy.
"The Style Store."
Suits, Cloaks and Millinery
THAW HELD CLOSE.
HILL HOME REDUCED TO
M. GRAY'S RESIDENCE BURN
ED AT SECOND AND FRANK-LIN-CAUSE
Is now on in every store selling Benjamin
Clothes in the United States. - - ( - . -
Consequently if you want to fami
liarize yourself with real New York
Style and not the imitation you will
find it here now on display at Judd
Bros. only. "The home of Benjamin
In the Correct New York Style
$20 to $40
In the Correct New York Style
$15.00 to $35.00
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NORTH SIDE NEWS
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WHITE PLAINS, N. ,Y., Oct. 1
Mrs. Evelyn Nesbit Thaw, wife of
Marry Thaw, was refused admission
to the White Tlains "jail yesterday
when she called there to visit her
husband. Mrs. Thaw was met at the
jail entrance by Keeper John Hill.
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"1 am sorrv ui you caimui w.
. . . I. :r .i u morning in answer to a telephone
mitteu to tne jan 11c imuuiau
Sheriff Lane has isued orders that
Harry be allowed no visitors and he
The tire department was called to
the corner of Second street and
Franklin avenue at 9:30 yesterday
will not be permitted to give out any
statements while he is a prisoner
Buy Only the Best
Nothing can take the ilace of pure lard.
When you try to economize by buying cheap
substitutes you waste time, patience and
materials, to say nothing of our family s
appetite. Practice true economy by buy-,
ing only the best.
I Columbia Lard Rendered
Made from wheat-fed hogs and prepared in
the most scientific and sanitary manner,
Columbia Lard (U. S. Gov't Inspected and
Passed 138) is always pure,sweet and whole
some. Insist on having it.
alarm. The cause of the alarm was
a fire in the residence of M. Gray
who is employed by J. H. Mont
gomery the plumber. Chemical No.
1 and Hose Companies 1 and 2 quick
ly responded but owing to the inac
cessible position of the building
could do nothing as the fire was a
dtn'ek one and soon laid bare the
site on which the building stood. Six
horses were attached to the chemical
the engine taken to the top of the
hill and two tanks emptied, but with
out avail. Nothing was saved from
thp hurnincr structure and all the
family effects were lost.
The cause of the lire is, unknown
and may have been caused by chil-
tidren playing with matches though
. . .
the fact that the hre made more neai
way in the walls than in the interior
where it was first discovered makes
it possible that rates gnawing
matches may have caused the blaze.
Mrs. Gray hurriedly took the three
small children from the house when
she first discovered the fire and no
one was injured.
There will be a meeting of the
Gateway Rebekah lodge tonight at
I. O. O. F. Hall. Members of the
staff will be present.
MAMIE CLINTON, Scc'y.
UNION MEAT CO.
Wholesale Dealers in U. S. Gov't Inspected Meats,
Hams. Bacon and Lard.
X 4i4itttiii44loffice- 50 cent8 Per hundred'
Old newspapers for sale at this
Portland firm, was in Itwaco, Thur
day, soliciting orders among the II
waco merchants. Ilv left after re
ceiving a goodly niimbir.
Mr. and Mrs. David Leppert re
turned Thursday and are preparing
. 1..,.,., -,ii, Jiortlv for a fresh
IU v.iv ..ft J
field of endeavor, and will say good
bye to Ihvaco forever. Mr. Lipperr
has been pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal church here for some time
and his many friends made during
his stay here regret very liuicii 10
sec Mr. and Mrs. Leppert leave.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Osborn Coulter, of
Oysterville, left this week for a visit
Chas. McGowcn was a visitor to
the city about the middle of the
Mrs. Bert Soule and children of
Portland, who have spent the sum
mer with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller
and family of Ocean Park, accom
panied by her sister, Miss Mary Mil
ler, left Monday for her home. Miss
Miller will remain in Portland for the
Mrs. Baker, who has been visiting!
Wr sUter. Mrs. VV. B . Hawkins and
family, for a month or more left the
first of the week for Southern Ore
David Hood of the firm of Mason,
Ehrman & Co., of Portland, was in
Claud Young, who has been em
ployed during the summer on the
Ilwaco Railroad Company s lines,
left Wednesday for Portland. '
Owing to a shortage in logs the
Ilwaco Mill was unable to run the
latter part of this week. The owner,
C. I'. Rogers, left Thursday for some
. t it .
of the tip-river points ami win pur
chase a raft.
Several of the Finnish population
who have been engaged in fishing on
Shoalwater Bay, returned to Ilwaco
Thursday as the catch of fall salmon
so far has not been large enough to
will be improved in health.
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Blumaucr-Frank Co. to W. S.
Chapman, 103 lots, Seal Rock Beach;
Ellen J. Twcddle to Lar Akildscn,
SV. 1-4 S. 34, T. 5 N., R. 7 W ex
cepting 5 acres, 155 acre; $100.
O. A. Borglund and wife to Elias
MichelHin. 1172 acres in T. R. N.
7 W.; $500.
Ojritert. " "
Bay Center Oyster House, 420
Bond street. Oysters wholesale and
retail. George Saunders, Prop. 9-27-tf
4- i --, m
Will Open for Business
SATURDAY, OCT. 3
112 ELEVENTH STREET
PHONE MAIN 2791
American and Chinese High-Class Kitchen
Chop Suey and Noodles, Steak s, Chop and Oysters
Excellent Merchant'! Breakfast and Lunch Daily, 25 Centi
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
:: Free Coffee, Cake and Pie Saturday, !
Ooeninc Day ,
JL " .1.
Special Millinery Sale....
We offer at this early part of the
season the very best of our immense
and well selected siock of High Grade
Millinery at greatly reduced prices.
Call now, the best goes first.
Bon Toiv Millinery
GEORGIA PENNINGTON. 488 Bond Street.
A A t l Stl
cair and see them at The Usborh I commission, by U. W; Lounsberry, I
Tailoring Co. 9-27-6t Clerk. 9-15-10'
543 Bond Street
month. Bes rates in town.
, P. A. PETERSON, Prop.
iiue- time aepenos more upon tne age sine,
ihun the size from twenty to forty