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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, FRIDAY, DECE31BER 20, 1907.
Agent of Federation From
Denver to Confer With Gold-
field Mineowners.' ;'
THINK TOO LATE COMING
Work (Joins on Day and Night
Tbougli Xo Groat Number of
Strikebreakers Arrive Presi
dent Given Information.
GOLDFIELD. Nev., .Dec. 19. The mine
owners of Goldfleld will listen to the pro
position that O. N. Hilton, of ' Henver,
Bctins for the Western Federation . of
Miners has presented, though there is
small probability that any compromise
can be made at this late day. .
A letter was received by the. Goldfleld
Mineowners' Association this .-afternoon
from Mr. Hilton, asking that a meeting
at which he' may be present to present
the proposition of the Federation be ar
ranged. No reply has yet been sent but
President Dowlen stated tonight that a
reply will be sent In the morning- and
that it will be favorable to such a
What the proposition is which Mr.
Hilton has to offer has not been revealed,
but the mineowners are emphatic In their
statement that no compromise looking to
the abandonment of the' position taken by
them, that any miner who goes to work
must renounce the Western Federation,
will . be accepted.
Secretary Erb also issued a statement
tonight, as follows: '
"The position taken by the Mineowners'
Association, which has been given to the
public and published through the press,
is Irrevocable. While the association is
willing to receive Mr. Hilton and discuss
the situation with binj the association can
not reconsider the position it has taken.'.'
Mr. Hilton has stated that he is
authorized to make important conces
sions, even to remove some of the mem
bers of the Western Federation who may
be considered by the Mineowners .Asso
ciation as agitators, from the camps.
The mines have, been in operation today
and are working; tonight with about the
same number of men as were at work
No considerable number of men to
break the strike has been brought in as
yet. General Funston left today for San
President Roosevelt has asked for more
information , regarding conditions here
forthwith, and telegrams are being sent
to him from, all of the civic organiza
tions, the Mineowners' Association, the
local Miners' Union and the commission
sent to investigate the situation.
Vanderbilt Turns Coachman.
NEWPORT, .B,. X. Pec. 19. Alfred
G. Vanderbilt will next Spring drive a
public coach in England. The route
will be from London to Brighton, the
same that was covered several years
ago by James W. Selby and his coach
Old Times. Mr. Vanderbilt will take
the coach Venture and about 60 horses
to England and will drive the coach
daily from May 1 to June 15.
WOULD ST0 DESTRUCTION
Italian Government Complains of
Kentucky "Night Riders." -
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. At the re
quest of the Italian Ambassador Sec
retary of State Root' has called" upon the
Governor of Kentucky to intervene to
prevent . the further destruction by
"Night Riders" of tobacco belonging to
the Italian Government and stored in
Kentucky. The representation is based
on the burning by night riders at Hop
kinsville, Ky of a warehouse contain
ing a large quantity of tobacco pur
chased by the Italian Government which
maintains a monopoly of the sale of
tobacco in Italy. The Governor of Ken
tucky has reported -that he is invesr
Blind Man to Bo Politician.
CHICAGO, Dec. 19. George Rex
Clark, the blind boy, who graduated
from the University of Chfcago on
Tuesday, wants to. make politics his
life work. He made a special study of
politics in college and intends soon to
take an active part in the affairs of
his ward, the Seventh. He aspires first
to become an Alderman, but hopes to
climb higher on the political ladder.
To Core a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets.
DrwrKlets refund money if It falls to cure.
K. V. GROVE'S 8lf:na.ture i on each box. 25c.
Shirts, Handkerchiefs and
Scarfs to match, packed in
special boxes for Christmas
presents for men and boys.
Useful for everybody. Ele
gant enough for anybody.
166-168 Third Street.
Mail Orders Promptly
Store Open Evenings
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT, READ CAREFULLY
Owing to the fact that our. windows are all filled with other Holiday goods we haven't the room to display these
extraordinary specials, Dut Cordially invite yo.u, who are riot among the hundreds that have already taken ad
vantage of this exceptional opportunity, to bring your friends and visit our magnificent fur department. THE
FAMOUS SILVERFIELD FURS NEED NO INTRODUCTION. You always buy them with perfect confidence
that they are the richest, best furs attainable and ARE IN EVERY. RESPECT AS REPRESENTED, and THAT
MEANS MUCH IN A FUR PURCHASE. Besides, the weather suggests furs more and more every day, and
Christmas is only five days off, SO NOW'S your chance to buy, while the prices are so low as to place them
within the range of every pocketbook. THESE ARE POSI
TIVELY THE FINEST FURS EVER SOLD IN PORTLAND
AT PRICES QUOTED.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SALE NOTE THESE RE
MARKABLE REDUCTIONS BUY FROM THE MANU
FACTURER AND SAVE THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT.
Our best genuine Alaska Sealskin
Jacket, sold elsewhere for $450.00.
Our Christmas special
Our best Brook Mink Jacket, sold
elsewhere for $100.00. Our OCfl OH
Christmas special price. .. gOUiUU
Our best Russian Pony Jacket, sold
elsewhere for $100.00. Our Christ-
Our best genuine Caracal and Per
sian Astrakhan Jacket, beautifully
trimmed with mink collars, cuffs and
revers, sola elsewhere tor $125.00.
Our Christmas special QQfl flfl
Our best Sable Squirrel Fur Sets,
sold elsewhere for $22.50. PIC flfl
Our Christmas sp' price $3iUU
Our best Natural Squirrel Fur Sets,
sold elsewhere for $16.00. Pin CO
Our Christmas sp'l price. 0 I Uiull
Our best Brook Mink Fur Sets, sold
elsewhere for $18.00. Our Pin fin
Christmas special price. .. 0 I UiUU
Ourbest Imitation Ermine Fur Sets,
sold elsewhere for $14.50. PQ 7C
Our Christmas special price .'ODi I u
Our best genuine Real Royal Ermine
EDNA MAY Neckpieces, sold else
where for $40.00. Our O QQ P
Christmas Special price. . . gZZiUU
Our best extra long Arctic and Isa
bella Fox Boas, sold elsewhere for
$35.00. Our Christmas pnr nn
special price OZuiUl)
WE ARE ALSO SHOWING A
SPLENDID LINE OF
- MINK SETS.
Our best genuine Real Alaska Mink
Muffs, sold elsewhere for $100.00.
Our Christmas special 00
MOTHERS, BUY THE LITTLE
GIRL A FUR SET FOR
Our best White Turkish Angora
Children's Sets, sold elsewhere for
$2.00. Our Christmas spe
cial price .........
Our best . Angora and Lamb Chil
dren's Sets, sold elsewhere for $3.50.
Our Christmas special
Our best Brook Mink Children's
Sets, sold elsewhere for $4.50. Our
Christmas special P0 7K
TO THE CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS '
Tor the benefit of those who through necessity or
neglect have put off their Christmas shopping
until the last few days, they will find exceptional
bargains today in all departments, which contain
something of interest for either the baby, daugh
ter, mother or grandmother.
'LADIES' HIGH-GRADE BACK COMBS, ONE
FOURTH OFF "
A magnificent line of ladies' high-grade Shell
Back Combs, with carved gold mountings, which
we place on sale for Friday only at V4 off from
the regular prices. This is an opportunity to pur
chase a very useful gift at a saving of yt off
from the regular prices.
HIGH-GRADE HANDBAGS V. OFF
Choose today from our entire line of ladies' high
grade imported Handbags, some fitted with opera
glasses, powder puff, nail file, mirror, etc., in
walrus, seal, alligator and all other popular and
serviceable leathers. Any of these would make
an ideal Christmas gift. On sale today only for
one-fourth off from the regular prices.
CHILDREN'S INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS,
19c A BOX
Children's Initial Handkerchiefs, in neat little
boxes with a cute little verse printed on cover,
with three dainty little initial handkerchiefs. On
sale today for the extremely low price
of, a box
$1.75 FANS $1.39
A beautiful line of ladies' Fans, that sell regularly for
$1.75; on sale for today only at a ; . . .
What could be more appropriate than one of these for a Christmas gift?
SPECIALS FOR THIS COLD WEATHER
Ladies' long Eiderdown Robes, in colors, red, blue and dC CQ
gray; good quality and nicely trimmed; values to $9.50. ,pOJJ
French Flannelette Kimonos, both long and short, trim'd
in satin bands; values up to $2.00 .......
Ladies' Silk Hose, fine quality, in black, blue, pink, red
and gray; regular $2.00 ;
Our Beautiful Establishment Is Now Replete
With Exclusive High-Grade Merchandise
Suitable for Christmas Gifts. . 4
Anything purchased at any of our departments IS OF THE BEST, and customers mav well feel confident in' jrettihsr GOOD. DESIR
ABLE AND DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE AT MOST REASONABLE PRICES.
GREAT XM AS SPECIALS "WE HAVE GIFTS FOR THE BABIES." "WE HAVE GIFTS FOR THE MOTHERS."
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS "WE HAVE GIFTS FOR THE GIRLS." "WE HAVE GIFTS FOR THE GRANDMOTHERS'.
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You'll find more good
things here to give as
Christmas presents for
a man or a boy than
you'll see elsewhere
things that will give
pleasure, and be sen
sible at the same time.
Copyright 1907 by
Hart Schtffher 13 Marx
We 've a lot of Hart Schaff
ner & Marx fine clothes to
show you Suits, Topcoats,
Raincoats and 1 Overcoats
from $18.00 to $40.00.
Boys' Suits, Overcoats and
Raincoats from $3 to $20.
We have a large line of silk
Neckwear at 50c. See dis
play in Morrison-st. window.
A FEW SUGGESTIONS
House Coats, BatE Robes, Men's Jewelry, '
Shirt and Cuff Studs, Scarf pins, Gloves, .
Umbrellas, Mufflers, Reefers, Silk and
Linen Handkerchiefs, Plain and Fancy Sus
penders, Shirts, Collars, latest styles in .
Hats for men and boys.
iam'l Rosenblatt & Co,
N. W. Corner Third and Morrison
A SWELL LADIES' SUIT $1
See the swellest line of Ladies' Suits, Waists, etc., etc.,
ever shown in Portland. Prices far below actual cost.
Every piece of ladies' apparel must go before January
1st. Every new style, every up-to-date model, every
chic coloring, will be found in our immense line.
ONE DOLLAR A WEEK
Buys any Suit, Waist or Coat in the house.
Three Great Specials
$25 and $35 Q Q f p
Suits &r. . .' JplO.foc)
$10 and $12.50 fl f ft
Waists at . . . epDUe)
Swell Ladies' Apparel at Sacrificial Prices
ON EASY TERMS
Men, Dress Up for Christmas
Call and see our immense line of Men's Suits in every conceivable
shade and style; all the new,. nobby effects. See our swell line
$25.00 SUITS $20.00 SUITS
$17.50 SUITS $15 Overcoats
These are the greatest values ever offered and we are anxious to sell
to you on easy terms.
ONE DOLLAR A WEEK BUYS ANY SUIT IN THE HOUSE
L GEVURTZ & SON,
YAMHILL STREET, FIRST STREET THRU TO SECOND STREET
Explain Supposed Miracle.
NANCY, France, Dec. 19. Tlie Dio
cesan authorities have investigated the
alleged miracle reported to have oc
curred in the village church at Brian
recently and found It to have been an
optical illusion caused by the reflec
tion of a church image upon the sacred
wafer as the candles moved.
Rntte Woman Pardoned.
HELENA, Mont., Dec. 19. The State
Board of Pardons today approved the
action of Governor Toolp in granting
a pardon to Rlizabetli Morrison, a Butte
woman, who upon conviction on a man
slaughter charge for the killing of Rich
ard Klnnegan .had been sentenced to the
penitentiary for tnrea years. .