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In the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys METHODISTS END ANNUAL CONCLAVE Appointments for Southern Cali* fornia District Announced by Bishop Hughes FRESNO. Oct. 4. — The Methodists Hpted their annual convention for the southern California conference last midnight, after a hurried session devot ed to the reading of various reports. Bishop Hughes, who presided, an \u25a0 rcounced among others the following' appointments: KRESNO DISTRICT Harciurt W. Peck, district superintendent <T,\. 1326 W«f;r Forty -fifth str**t. Los Ang*le». Alp«u«rh. K. H. Bsrnburt: Armona circuit. Wll- IShtij- Vlmont; Arroyo Gran<le, V. R. Brink: At wstcr and Livingston to be eopplied. Baken f.Ptrl — Theshroneh momber. E. E. Damon; Fair \-ifxr, W. C. Stone; First. B. D. Snodden; Monn \u25a0 rain View. Frar.k PsttJ". Caxutber* circuit. J. R. Fuller: Contfrrille. I>on A. Allen; Clovii. William Huch^s: Corcoran and Waukona. W. G. R»:rWner: foalln^a. to be supplied; Delano, TTarry 6- Ry^er: Pel Rej% Alfred J. Hucbes; ninubn. A. W. Cnmrninps; EaFton. R. B. Coons; rcti»lla. Jatne* E. Bliven: Fartnewrllle. An drpw W. Sh.imei. Fowler — St. Paul. I* V. Har " rtienn. Fresno — First. John I*. Painter; Grace. Sr.mnpl Hußbes: Reedier. Harvey H. Hocker. \u25a0 Finnish church to be supplied. Saaper, Don A. '- Alien: S>in Lni* Oblspo. H. S. Hunger: San Miguel, J. "Wesley Robinson: Santa Barbara. • Hsrry TV. White: Ssnta Maria. J. E. Cope: K»lHiB. H. C. Mullen. Taft circuit. A. P. Peel; Trsrcr and RiT-erhank. to be supplied: Tulare. Cut\ ?t. Ross; Visalia. A. L. Baker; %*Ualia dr <-u!t. to be supplied: Wa*co and McFarland. Leonard T. Prose; Tosemlte, to be supplied; <;U>he, R. B. Wilkini": Goleta. C. F. Coy; Granpe- T'lie. Charles D. Lewis: Greenfield and Soledad. .T. V. lyanpstaff. Hanford— First. S. J. McCon r\""il: Ktnsj" River, C. H. iL Sutherland: Lske sMe. VTillisra W. Kaler. Hardwick. Roy E." • Mealey: Tnporaar circuit. Burton Hamlin: trwln «'lty circuit. J. H. Walton: Kerman and Rolnda, B. T. Smith: Kernville. A. A. Burjre: Kutner, Alfred J. HTrffbeK; Lancaster. J. H. Amis: Laton. Arthur G. B'urktier; Letnoore. T. H. Wilkinson: Lln<lsay. riarence T). Hicks: Lompoc. W. J. B«yd;- Medern. E. Burton Yoet : Merced. S. J. Lindsay: Orrult ai:d Xiporao. S. K. Winebren ner: Parlirr. De Kplb Burnham: Paso' Robles, • M. R. Walton; Portlrvillp, George Steed. ":V SPECIAL APPOISTMEKTS \u25a0/ J. : B.- <>re«>n. field secretary, conference funds. Hollywood- First church quarterly conference. • , ' <7. F. Bovard. president L'nirersity of Southern Talifornia^ I'ritversity churrh quarterly confer- T.- C. Kn<Mcs. profPKjior -University of Southern " < aliffirtiia.- sn>ulh Main street church quarterly <w. W. Penistcn-. secretary Voar.K Men's Chris tian BSRndati<>n. Spokane, Wash. . K. \u25a0A. Hesly,- dean .of Marlny school of th*>ol«?y. University churob quarterly confer .•. H. C Vlihson. secretary Sunday School asso '\u25a0iaii'in. Vormout t><}uare churoh quarterly con fprenc<>. F.. H. Prii-e. left without appointment to at- A. 11. . -<iimiiett. field apent Children's Home . «:rM-iptr. Anaheim church quarterly conference. <\u25a0;. W. Wi>on. chaplain soldiers' home, Saw virllo churrh qufrierly conferenre. R:' ."<. llarvi^id, superintendent missions in Torro Rica. ' \u25a0 Paal IVnrntti. missionary in Porto Rico. tr. S. Hnrtnrx'e. . field secretary fniverelty of Soui!'crn . < »!if<iiT.ia. San Diego First church "fjiiflrrrrl.T oonfereD^e. . C S. Ma<l<len. ajrent ("alifornia Christian Ad .\u25a0T(wtt», l'niver».lty. church quarterly conference. . - . F.- P. S>cler. secretary benevolences, Los . AnceW First church quarterly conference. * T. H." Woodward, field secretary Maday srhool 'of theology, Whittier cbnrch quarterly confer • enf-e. P.. O. Cory, field secretary Methodist hospital, Vincent church quarterly conference. -. . I. C- Hill, professor University of Southern California* Cciversity church quarterly confer- F. U. M.vvly. field secretary of the lnterde nomirationsl commission on marriage and divorce for California. Ptsadona First church quarterly cor.fcfecce. ' J. C. Xlliott. secretary board of home mis sions. Haven church quarterly conference. '.. K. A. Thompson, superintendent of Nevada mission. , .T. A. Crouch, missionary to Ynma Indians. • :" J. L. Moor*, left without appointment to at tend school. R. E. Wright. D. Robert*. E. G. Pecker, A. K. Stabler. R. S. Fisher and O. M. Andrews, missionaries in Aritona. EASTERN OFFICER ASKS FOR PRISONER SACRAMENTO, Oct. 4. — Chief of Police George W. Gilbert of Northamp ton. Mass.. presented papers to Gover nor Gillett today from the governor of Massachusetts, asking for the return of Joseph M.; Rowley, who is wanted for fleeing with $350 belonging to the Xonotuck silk company of Northamp ton. Rowley was employed by the firm sp book keeper, and disappeared on Au gust 6 of this year. In Our Jewelry J&: '.'V^j^ ; /'! .' |GjwmantSfl^eari Department :7Vt- -t^ Mesh^ Batgs We arc offering a ; QLy X/^lffitrfli&l/Q W : $10.00 values; at ..,s4.9s; complete showing of ; \ cs7:soc $7:50 .values ' at ..:53 ,951 the latest ncn-elties in .x*"""^ T"%*C I AAC U/MICC ' $6.00 values at. . .$2.98 Hat Pins at D. Samuels' I Ht LAwfr WvU pt ; \ Ts4.soivaiues-ativ!sl.9B; prices. Stockton and O'Farrell Streets ; $2^o^alues:at 7^si:4Bj Sale of Automobile Veils Today— at D. Samuels'— the Store of ; Op^rtunities Afsl OQ CHIFFON .Afs9 AR -CHIFFON; At $^IQ' AUT O^ J\L «J>i«l/iJ AUTOMO- m AUTOMO- t > : .«P*f •*? MO B I L?E BILE VEILS— 2M yards long, 22 BILE .VEILS— 2^ yards long> 1 ; yElLS^Superior'- quality ? 2 of' inches wid«; striped borders; all yard wide;' all *colors. : 'A t very . chiffon *\u25a0 cloth'; .^J^^yards -long, 1 ; lr colors. Thiese are worth regular- good Equality.-- Actuallyi worth " 'yar'drwide;rall\cblors.vi;Ordinarily> h' $L 75. See them. $3.50. • !. >' you would^pay's4:so^for/theni;* \A^s* cVI \^P*ilq -You may not be interested: in Automobile i Veils— -here an \u25a0'offering of : ; Wash* "T» .. <*ol* \u25bc "CIIO Veils, all at one price,"^ 48c each, Jinsteid of^ 75c,. $1- and\even ; . higher. >..The, choice; of several himdred imported Wash Veils. \Yz yards ; lo ng,: in - faney j designs and'-,very^ pretty- patterhs:yg Q'J+"; Made of the best French net in both white and. cream and colorings. All' on sale at,* each. .. .'. . . . '.~t0C, | Today We Feature -^Rcjaticii =;SBlif^i^^?^llQilje''t.>i i: - Dressing Sacques ; DepartmentftO \On the tables on the second floor we are ; ; Here are a ,f ew i' demonstrations of offering today just what th^ season de- :^hat the firm's policy b^o^em^mer-' price is for Wednesday only. . :* , : 4711rEau'de^Cologne TalcurriH.::r.7vl3c^ "-;••• '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:*\u25a0 %. a 4a 4 tp* '--' j r », >« «,. ; > -Z. I iPivers^Le :Trefle<Vegetal^\; lV: .*'. jV. ;77c r • gg r * At SI 15 l r n . stead f of 51-50— Three .or,, j ;, . . • Nail Enamel;;:: .^:\.:::^ri7c^ .: ff l 77 i * W . f 9"T °f the very; newest. \u25a0 ;=; - . SacHet Powderfr-:Vi6let;*j6ckey;Clul>?^v Dressing. Sacques in the German tennis -.flannel.,- \ i .. \u25a0' and Heliotrope: A :vv.':.''r^rbunce;2sci*!,'. One -model is a square neck, bordered .down -tHe** ! '\u25a0" ''• \u25a0\u25a0'-, ;.,-;- - ; . > ; '\u25a0.;i;- " : 'u -^'* . front with'fancy trimming. Ailotherxisf,rpufMlr | v i '-/Try to ; remember «Vhat f y ou^paV T =Te^larly/f or'» the •. neck, military effect. And others^ .correspondingly*; '\u25a0\u25a0- t'same"articles, : 6"r^if"they'are'no^famifiar*to you,Tmakc'| .pleasing in shapes and coloring-' combination s.^ i fcbmpiarisonsjelsewhe'rei^H^i'^^^^^-r^rfv^i/ You can choose from reds, phiks, bluel,.la J vcudcrs. " L ._. V s V-.it ' . v, -' .'. «\^ \u0084 ".^ - =^ \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0> and grays. Today, Wednesday, only;: '^'^Yfi^SP^.S' c fse^in^thlS^Cp&ninGnt\ the price will be, each.. .......... ••-"*P* • * f; \u25a0 Jsfcorrespdndihgly*pritt 2io announcement of D. Samuels lis complete .without^ reference to . ourj-Greaty'ißeady-tOrWear -TFloor.^ It is the Fashion Center of San Francisco. ;. MlJlinejry.'-Lingrerie.'.'Waists^and.oficoUrse: Bevillion Furs are characte*ized by that certain Individuality r which%apeals/to >discriminatingr^women.\iiiAnd' wliat merits investigation is tbe D.- Samuels'.'. mQthqd.;pf'mej"chandisirtg,'r : .-viz^ i -selling.':Sßeady-to-"VVearr? T Ap-| parel on the Same Close Margin of. Profit^ as the. most < staple" Sry, goods.;. >•;V^..\u25a0 v : .-^.^•\u25a0;•^ i »-f\u25a0\u25a0;J!^^";^-<y-,-"V':•"^A^»• / -•i/.>> Attorney and His Bride To Study Music in Italy \u2666 ii — — - — \u25a0 — \u25a0 — ; — :—: — • '•;.-. ' • — - — • , • ' — • '_ v"-» j Miss Augusta L. W aldenmejer ' of Stockton, Tvho.Tvill become* wife of | Ralph H.Ldchmund of : Arroiv Head, B.C. - BROTHERHOOD OF DANES AT FRESNO FRESNO. , Oct. 4.— The - flrsf day. of the national -convention, of the. Danish brotherhood- was marked'by secret ses-, sions.'--- .' --<w- ••\u25a0 • J ' * '•"•"-• The delegates convened \u25a0at an early hour this -morning in 'executive and have remained "behind- closed rdbors during, the'rehtire' day except^ at , the luncheon hour. Tonight- there was an entertainment for the delegates and their . guests at the Barton ; opera house, and tomorrow evening there "will be, a "smoker'^ for the men ' at' •Armory hall ;and a" social in A. O.U.'W. hall- for the women.-- ; CANDIDATES REJECT PLEAS FOR CHARITY ISpcciai Dispatch to ThcCall]* "'t [Special; Dispatch' 10, The Cq})h - I V*!> fcf STOCKTON. :.Oct.;: 4.-^The /. cajiaida.tes \u25a0for;\ofßce • i in\San I Jpaquin - county^have made whereby they ..will refuse alii solicitations .for. donations for, charity, and other, causes which 1 are usually "made'^during "campaign 'time. They explain "'that they 'were - under heavy expense during. the primary elec tion, and" that,. \u25a0-wliile.^th'ey .arevlntsym pathy .with charitable'affairs/ they have about 'gone; the ilimit.;/ . -. <"-, -;\j . ._\u25a0 POPULAR STOCKTON MUSICIAN TO MARRY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A^ Waldenmeier to Become ; j - Wife of Lawyer [Special bijpatcfc'. to The Call] .: - ' • STOCKTON, | Oct. 4 — Th e wedding o f MisscAugusta L,. "Waldenmeier, ; daughter of -Mr.! and Mrs. TA., Waldenmeier. i and Ralph A H. ; Lachmund ' of Arrowhead,?, B: ,C.,wiir take place tomorrow.afternoon at^^o'clock.";" :-;';>:-"»'.\u25a0;;.-\u25a0 :.-., V- : : " : ' r: '[ \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0'<:\u25a0: \u25a0 ;It;:will ;,be a simple affair and Rev. J. VT. Liundy^ of i the First ; Presbyterian church -will officiate."; The couple will be attended ,by • Mr; and Mrs.. George Do . n^ mann ' brother in law .; and sister .of the -.bride. Only .a - few^ friends; will witness; the ceremony, after -which a dinner will be. served at the , Lachmund and , his ; bride will ; depart . tomorrow evening 1 for .New': sYork,5 York, whence they /will sail for Florence, Italy.;:' . - : • ' , ; A .„•.•.-• . The bride is a musician of ability and a leader^ in .Stockton's younger social set. ' Lachmund \is a [ law«yer, but poe sesses/a;tenor voice of . fine q uality, and thej, couple will devote several, months to the study of music. . ;. ' CHAMBER OF COMMERCE -TO CONSTRUCT BUILDING Porteryille Organization to Have ; \u25a0 Home of Its Own [Special Dispatch to The Call] . Oct. :4: 4— According to .plans outlined by the directors" of the];charnber of 'commerce, \u25a0 the 'local commercial, body will soon have a building of its owni ' It' i s proposed" that the chamber de vote- to the building fund the money which is ordinarily spent for the sup port of the annual Tulaire county citrus fair.? -When there 'is added to this : fund contributions f rorty, the Merchants* as- I sociatibn, it is believed that^ the ire-j mairider may. be raised by 'floating a loan. ' - ; . . • : v In - all -probability the building will be 'located -with the .other municipal buildings : which ' occupy tipper Main street." SKIP TENDER IS SERIOUSLY INJURED Accident Probably Will Result in Worker's Death * - V [Special Dispatch to The Call] -JACKSON, Oct. 4.— A \u0084 skip -tender. Nick Milostavich.'/ was „; seriously,.:.^' in jured In > the Argonaut mine : -: this forenoon. '' 'He Viand; ; aY "partner;; had started' from , the; 340 cfootvlevel.siboth standing on" the tip; of the water skip as was their custom; "When near the 3,300 level Milostavichr suddenly, fell headlong, on- the. tracks -striking near a; roller. .The front of the .skip pressed upon, him in such 'a manner thar; several ribs were crushed fronr the', breast' borle, tearing; the flesh ;' apart.- i> Men .on^ the lower levelstQpped'hoisting by'electric signal.'-- . i "\u25a0' ;v ;/ '\* :', , \u25a0-_/,;" -.;. \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0•.\u25a0..*•.•.," . The. injured !tnan was.removed to the county hospital, 'but: is not expected" to liver -;,' : ; \u25a0 ' ' ..; ; : ,' "'" ' - t; " '- : :" = - " '*-"• " "shoe Stores gl jP^ftß W Kettleton Shoes Two Boots j flfc From Bakers "Close-Margin" Lines M 1910-11's sWellestr street sbodts. for Madame:—. C?^^ / :< *&f \ : two forrall-oc^si^ yj^w" / .^^/'•-- /^f"v' J soii/s everyifasliioii; demand, ilt as only by se- \ / I v• • lectrng- froin jßalierjs I^lose^argin ; liifes that 7 J&*/£^> _-*-*v 3 r ou 'are able such smart, -serviceable'^ ,v . 1 y^^^f :\ ;; bpbts^at $4^tliey -re? $5 -ih^ other stores. ; '. . ._ ; " : J jdr k I *<f >LAGK SUEDE 'boot tor street; war^-high' I j • fl " \u25a0 • ' • Cuban^heel and arch— short Tamp— "yoguish"^ ' Ct\ J'l *^ II v:^?" V ;,round;toe with winged tir>-smart as' they make a | '.'.\u25a0-a^M^KET STREET' Opp ; >o.eii-^ ARBOR CLUB TO ELECT OFFICERS [Special Dispatch -to ' The Call]' : ' • V STOCKTON^; OctiU.--The\ members, of the ; Arborr club": willthold^the annual election 1 of;, officers tomorrow. -The :'i OGTOBER--5; V l9lo^ nominating, committee, consisting; of MisstLucy Harris,- J. M.-; Perry and F. VT. Wurster. 'i has named , the 1 following ticket: President.* "Henry Earle;'.vice president. Dr. A. I W/ Hoisholt; t/easurer. Albert Eckstrom ; directors— -J.Ttf. Eddy. F. * A,r Kent. i > Mrs.^L:; Clare ; Davis, . Mrs. F.;iiT Kincaid/Dr. Barton J.« Powell and Dr. - Albert iE. Hodgkiiis.. r SESIOTTSLT Oct. 4.— • Jesse King, i' retired. businessman ot this city. • had! serVral ril^4 broken'. 1 jeiterdiy when. .. th* . ".horse "lhe" was .driTlngrVtook lfrlght *»t'aa"anto \u25a0^ mobile.- and weot..<vrer ; a;3s fewt .embankment, i AT 95 VOTER WRITES . 2 -NAME IN REGISTER [Special DisDalch to The Call] \u25a0 \ OROVILLE. Oct. 4.— Moses O. Mana of Coutolena/ celebrated fifth birth Jay ."recently.' by coming t« Oroville to register. He wrote his owa name on the great register. He Is still active both mentallyrand physically and is a constant reader, but does not. weat glasses] His ambition is to live-,to b« 109 t years'of age. the record set by a member. of his . family. : /i" -y " \u25a0 . .'