Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 21, 1910, Page 5, Image 5

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Thanksgiving Special on Fine Furs
?hsSly uafredVcUo We carry, the largest stock on the Pacific Coast. All furs are manufactured in Our Own Fac
tory, giving employment to Portland people. .
This sale includes Genuine Natural Mink, Black Lynx, Black
Fox, Pointed Fox, Black Wolf, Japanese Mink, Sable Squirrel,
Brook Mink and Sable Opossum.
Nothing will appeal to any lady more
than a Set of Furs or Fur Garment for a
This sale includes Genuine Russian Pony, Sable Squirrel,
French and Hudson Seal. Astrachan, Caracul, Sable Coney and
Cloth and Tweed Fur-Lined Coats,
Christmas Gift
Ton can have your Sealskins laid aside until needed by placing a
deposit on them, thereby getting the advantage of our Sale Prices.
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Corbett Building, 288 Morrison Street
Practical Furriers
J. P. PlAgemann, Manager
Store Open Saturday Evenings Until Xmas
Counsellor for Department of
State Expires at His Homex
in Washington.
Zfeath Follow Return IVom Canada,
Where lie Va in Connection
AVith Negotiations for
Reciprocity Ajfreement.
WASHINGTON". Hot. JO. H. M. lloyt.
counsellor for th Department of State,
died at his home here at S.20 o'clock
this morning from peritonitis.
Mr. Hoyt was taken 111 In Canada,
while there in connection with the re
rtprocttjr negotiations between the
I'nltcd States and thai country. Mnc
his return last Monday he had been
confined to his home. Physicians called
Into consultation considered the case
xtremely serious from the beKlnnlns;.
His condition was such last night
that Dr. Kobert M. Baker, of this city,
and the wife, son and daughter of Mr.
lloyt deemed It advisable to remain at
the bedside throughout the night.
Shortly after midnight they noticed
a perceptible weakening of the pulse
beats. From then on. except for a
short period during which he rallied
somewhat Mr. lloyt sank rapidly until
death came at 1:20 o'clock.
Intestinal Trouble Fatal.
Mr. lloyt. It was said, had been suf
fering from an Intestinal trouble for
more than a year, resulting eventually
In the disease which caused his death.
He suffered during his last Illness with
perforating ulcers of the stomach,
which resulted In peritonitis.
In the death chamber, besides the
physicians, were Mrs. lienry M. Hoyt.
Henry M. Hoyt. Jr.. and Mrs. t'htllp
I. Hirchborn. wife, son Ind daughter
of the deceased.
The body will be taken to Wllkes
barre. I'a.. for burial, which will be
private, following short funeral rrv
ires at tire residence hire tomorrow.
The date has not yet been fixed.
Henry Martin Hoyt was the strong;
hand of 1'hilander C Knox when the
latter was Attorney-General. In fact,
re made himself so Indispensable that
when Mr. Knox became Secretary of
State he lost no time in obtaining the
transfer of Judge Hoyt from the De
partment of Justice to his own offices.
.Mr. Hoyt was assigned August 21.
I0. to the post of Counsellor of the
department. In that Odd he rendered
Invaluable service to the Government.
Mind Thoroughly Trained. x
Mr. lloyt had a thoroughly trained
mind. His record of service Is bright.
H was at the elbow of the Attorney
General In the prosecution of many of
the casea which Involved Governmental
sttack upon the great corporate violat
ors of the anti-trust law.
Mr. Hoyt came into the Department
of Justice ias an assistant Attorney
General, la 1T. He was appointed by
President McKlnley and served In that
position until March 31. 1901. when he
rtt appointed Solicitor-General .by
President Roosevelt, to succeed John
While he was Solicitor-General. Mr.
Hoyt prepared and argued several noted
cases with success.
Many of them were of a constitu
tional character and the trace of bis
work la left in the land..
One ease in particular, which he
fought and won. but did not serve lone;
enough In office to see completed, was
the famous contempt of court case
against Sheriff Joseph Shlppe and other
men of Chattanooga. Tenn. His suc
cessor in office. Lloyd TV. Bowers, now
dead, moved sentence in that case.
Hoyt Native or Wllkesbarre.
Mr. Hoyt was born In Wllkesbarre.
Ta.. December I, 1S5. being the son
of General H. M. Hoyt, once Governor
of the commonwealth. He was edu
cated In the public schools, graduated
from Tale In 187. took a post-graduate
law course In the University of Penn
sylvania In 1SS1. and afterward was ad
mitted to the bar and practiced law
In Pittsburg. In 18 he married
Anna, daughter of Colonel Morton Mc
Mlchael. one of the foremost citizens of
He moved that year to New Tork
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and became asulstant cashier of the
I'nlted States National Bank, but after
three years returned to Pennsylvania
to become treasurer and president of
the Investment Company of Philadel
phia. In lt4 he resumed the practice
of law In Philadelphia, but came to
Washington In 117 to accept an ap
pointment as assistant Attorney-General.
This post he filled until 1S03,
when he was made Solicitor-General.
Kmpirc Rulldor May Attend Meeting
of Oregon Development League.
FALKM. Or.. Nov. 20. (Special.)
That James J. 1UU will probably be
present at the sessions of the Oregon
Development League In this city next
week as well as In attendance at the
Oregon Apple Show, is very likely, ac
cording; to a statement of James J.
Sayer. who was In the city today on
his trip along the line of the South
ern Pacific to Interest publicity organ
izations of various cities In the meet
ing of the league here. -
Mr. Sayer says telegrams have been
received from Mr. Hill which practi
cally Indicate that the railroad mag
Date will be In Salem and Portland.
National Officials to Be Entertained
at Great Banquet In Pen
dleton Friday.
PENDLETON Or., Nov. 20. (Spe
cial.) With C. 8. Barrett. National sec
retary of the Farmers' Educational &
Co-Operatlve Union of America coming
Trom his home in Atlanta, Ga.. next
Friday promises to be a great day
for the Farmers' Union in Pendleton
and Umatilla County. In addition to
the National leader, there will be two
o,ther prominent National workers here
and the members of the union In this
county are preparing to entertain hun
dreds of their brethren from all parts of
Eastern Oregon.
Elaborate arrangements are being
made for the occasion. The details of
the day's programme were taken up at
the meeting of the Pendleton branch of
the organization today. It was de
cided to have a noon banquet, which.
will be the largest of Its kind ever
held In Eastern Oregon. Farmers
wives from all over the county will be
the hosts and they will bring the sup
plies from their farm homes.
A state organization will be per
fected. The Umatilla County organiza
tion, as well as the locals In other parts
of Eastern Oregon, have been under the
direction of the National organization,
but with the formation of an Oregon
union, this will be changed. State of
ficers will be chosen and a state organ
ization perfected.
The coming of Mr. Barrett has awak
ened renewed Interest In the union in
this county and at the meeting of the
local organization held here this after
noon 26 new members were Initiated.
Schools Close in Four Counties.
PENDLETON. Or., Nov. 20. (Spe
cial.) Pendleton and Umatilla County
teachers, to the number of 200. are
leaving this city tonight for La
Grande to attend the annual meeting
of the eastern division of the Oregon
State Teachers" Association. As a re
sult of this meeting there will be no
school this week In the Counties of
Umatilla. Union, Wallowa and Baker.
The convention will close Wednesday
evening, giving the teachers in attend
ance an opportunity to return to their
homes for Thanksgiving dinners.
Liverpool claims to b the best lighted
rltv In the fnlixt Kingdom.
Though Eligible to Participate In
Election Only Six Register. Time
Expires Next Week.
WALLA WALLA. Wash.. Nov. 20.
(Special.) Although women are eligi
ble to vote at the city school election,
to be held here December S, only six
have registered, and this in a county
and a city where woman's suffrage car
ried by a heavy majorit;-. .
While the newly passed law has not
become effective and will not, until
Governor Ha makes his proclamation,
women are nevertheless eligible to
vote in the school election.
Registration is required of them,
however, separate from that of the
men of the city, who can vote from
their registration at the city hall. The
women must register with Mrs. Mar
garet Center, secretary of the Board
of Education, and ur to tonight, only
half dozen had complied with the
The registration closes next week.
The election is to choose directors for
the Board, but there has been but one
candidate. Dr. W. E. Russell, to file.
He asks for re-election. The time for
filing of candidates closes Wednesday.
Portland Xlmrods Kill Quarry In
Hills Back of Linnton.
Bix Portland h-unters bagged a big
black bear in the foothills a few miles
back of the Linnton rock quarry yes
terday, and returned to Portland last
night highly elated with their success.
The party consisted of Deputy District
Attorney Hennessy, James Anderson, a
former member of the Porttkind police
force, Thomas I. Richards, Arthur Cavill.
Ed Chandler and Ed White.
Anderson was informed Saturday that
the bear had been seen back of the
quarry, and he immediately organized
the party. Taking a pack of dogs with
them, they scared up Mr. Bruin about
10 o'clock yesterday morning. Two
well-directed shots by Richards and An
derson killed the bear, which will weigh
close to 450 pounds. Leaving two of
their number to camp nea the carcass,
which was strung to the limbs of a
tree, the other hunters returned to Port-
land with the news, and will leave for
the scene with a wagon this morning to
bring in the specimen of their prowess.
Duck hunters, who visited the nearby
shooting preserves yesterday, and who
returned last night, reported only fair
success, as the birds were flying too
high to be brought down. The heavy
wind Is responsible for this, and several
hunters Intend visiting the preserves to
day or tomorrow in order to supply
their friends with wild fowl for Thanks
giving dinners.
Women of Woodcraft Feasted.
VANCOUVER. Wash.. Nov. 20. (Spe
cial.) Eighty women, members of the
good fellowship committee, composed
of five officers from each of the 16
circles of the Women of Woodcraft,
of Portland, visited the two Women of
Woodcraft circles here last night In
Joint meeting. They were met at the
ferry by two committees of the local
circles and escorted to Eichenlaub's
Hall, where a reception in their honor
was held. A banquet was served.
New Logging Camp on Lewis River.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Nov. 20. (Spe
cial.) A logging camp has beon es
tablished by Rector & Daly, of this
city. In a body of 6.000,000 feet of tim
ber on the North Fork of the Lewis
Klver, six miles above Woodland.
Camps are being built and logging will
begin as soon as possible and continue
all Winter. .
Gold Mine Stock for Christinas Presents
1 Oc Shares Given Away Last Year Are Now Worth Nearly Ten Times Ten
There could b no more appropriate nor cherished Christmas present this year than a block of Swastika mining stock. We have in mind a gold mine enterprise selling its
Ehares in a State of Washington city this time last year, and more than fifty persons whose names are now on that company's records received their first stock as Christmas presents
from their friends The company is at this time shipping ore and concentrates to the Tacoma smelter, several carloads being there for treatment at this time, an officer of the company
informs us and while none of its shares are on the market, its stockholders declining to part with them, it is Quite certain their intrinsic value is as much as $1 each, or within a
fraction of it This is a gift that GEOWS. It is one that, given by a husband to his wife, will soon pay her store bills; by a young man to his sweetheart will prove a fertile nest
egg on their wedding day. One thousand shares bought NOW for $100, will soon grow into $1000 once our mill and machine drills are installed. This kind of a present beats silk
We Are Not Selling Stock to Develop This
Idaho Gold and Silver Mine
We Are Raising Money to Buy a Mill and Machine. Drills
to a point wherein we have cut rich veins of ore.
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r,' ''-.'. icv.;ti7 iin i-fas 3ift find to 1887 to the ton.
ore and the mill "we will buy would enable u. to pay 60 P' "7,",""
In these ahares. A Tacoma Smelter test shows our ores to average TS 3 to the ton. ve
would Say 50 per cent per annum on cap'tal Invested In this property If we , bad a 50-ton
mill running each of the 313 working days of the year on this 3.8. 43 ore.
The Mill Would Save This Company $180,
800 Each Year, and Would Cost $30,000
It would take 10 ton. of ore and make one ton of it This would T "f"
The First Day Our Mill Starts Up if You Buy
These Shares You'll Pay $1 Each for Them
They are selling at 10 cents now because we're anxious to get the mill and machine
drills in operation. And they may be paid for on installments, too. This gives the poor
man a chance to get out of the rut to get into a corporation that will help him when ha
needs it.
Shares 10 Cents Eace, lOft Cash and 10 Per Month
These are the terms on which we sell, except orders for 100 shares or less are cash; 200
shares. $10 cash and 310 In 30 days; 300 shares, $10 cash and $5 per month; 400 shares, $10
cash and $5 per month; 500 shares, $10 cash and $5 per month; fiOO shares. $10 cash and $7.50
per month; 700 shares. $10 cash and $7.50 per month; 800 shares, $10 cash and $7.50 per
month: 900 shares, io casn
on each tons out or iu. ana per ion ireigni on f ' ",', " .7r h V it
ary to ship to Tacoma. Our booklet explains the proposition, and is free to all who asK
for It. Four machine drills, best grade, would cost $1000 and save in wagea 113.148 per
year These two .avlngs would, of themselv
ami $7.50 per month; 1000
shares, $10 cash and $10 per
month; 2000 shares, $20 cash
and $20 per month, etc., and If
for any reason those placing
orders for stock afterward
find it Impossible to carry out
thel contract, it will be can
celled and certificates Issued
for every share paid for. No
money will be forfeited under
any condition, and our stock
is NOT assessable.
Send for Oar Free Booklet and
Read AH About Our Proposition.
and $75 ore. is producing $3750 per day. and has been averaging this tor montna.
imoun?. to $1,072,750 per year. This Is enough to pay 215 per cent per annum on the .whole
Swastika capitalization, so it is not a question of guessing what CAN be done in Idaho, but
What Is B KINO done RIGHT NOW. and on a property much less favorably situated than
the Swastika, and that never In its history looked so good.
20 Dremel BUg, S. W. Cor. Second d Yamhill St., Portland, Or. Office Open Wed. and Saturday Evening.. Phone Main 872.
J. B. Pl-RCELL Pres.; C. J. DONDERO. Sec.-Treas.; G. H. MARTIN. Counsel; J. L. Wells, H. W. Manning.C. W. Dowsing and
R. t McCumsey. Directors. See Our Ad. In Next .Thursday'a Oregonian.
Order Blank
Swastika Mining & Development Co.
220 Drexel Building, Portland, Oregon.
Gentlemen Inclosed please find
dollars, firf payment for......... shares
Swastika lining & Development Co.'s stock, balance to
be paid by me in installments of $
per month until the full amount of $
has been paid, but In case of my inability to make such
monthly payments; as required by your terms, it ij hereby
agreed that I may discontinue payments on this order and
that you will issue to me a certificate of stock for all
shares paid for at the price of 10 cents per share, and that
I shall forfeit no moneys paid your corporation In conse
quence of my cancellation of this order.