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I. .;. rHE ; OREGON . SUNDAY JOURNAL'. PORTLAND, SUNDAY ' MORNING, NOVEMBER
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MIHIATED BY ill!
The ; Big . White ;
t Store y
' The Big White
; - : Store
Wealthy Mrs. Henry S. Hoyt Was
. Completely Under-tha ln-
fluence of Old Mammy
COLORED WOMAN WILLED
FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
Mystery Is ' Not Cleared Away by
: Death Mr. John Van .Renasalaer,
Woman'! Niece, Left Only the In-
j ' come From Property. ,
gpcui Dispatch y Leased wfae-teirsejesrBei)
Newport. R. L, Nov. 11. The mystery
or the domination of the aged and rloh
Mr. Henry 8. Hoyt by a negro care
taker, on whose account Mrs. Hojrt broke
with her nleee. Mrs. John King Van
Rensselaer, has not been cleared In any
: fashion by the will which waa read here
; just before her funeral. .
Newport waa more than startled by
the sensation which developed here more
'than two years ego when Mrs. Hoyt
' "posted" her niece. Mrs. Vsn Rensselaer,
publishing; a statement to the effect that
aha would not be responsible for debts
; contracted .by Mrs. Van Renssalaer and
. that goods must be delivered by trades
1 men only on a written order from Mrs.
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- By the will of Mrs. Hoyt. Lucy Giles.
' the negro oaretaker. receives a bequest
' of 143.000. To Mrs. Van Renssalaer te
left In trust the Income from the funds
and securities In the possession of Wil-
Ham A- Duer. father of Mrs. Clarence
1L Mackay. The inconse for this fund
1 for Mrs. Vsn Renssalaer only during
her life. At her death, the trust fund
In to be turned over to her son, John A.
,Van Renssalaer. . . ; ' .. ' 1 . .
The millions owned by Mrs. Hoyt are
'; to be distributed equally among; six lega
'tees named In, the will. Mra n Rens
; ealaer.not being one of these. The' Rev.
Morgan Stone, formerly rector of 'Trin
ity, this city, who was obliged to re
sign on account of ill-health; Emily
Redmond. Sarah, Edward W., James K.,
and Amy Duer are the six among whom
Mrs. Hoyt' s fortune Is to be divided. '
The fact that Mra Vsn Renssalaer,
Mrs. Hoyt's nearest of kin, has been
cut off with a comparatively small part
of the great fortune left by the ec
centric woman, "has revived in Newport
the stories which were circulated here
. in April, 190J, when Mrs. Hoyt ordered
' her niece. Mrs. Van Renssalaer, from her
1 house and inserted in a local paper the
notice that she would not be responsible
, for Mrs. Van Rensselaer's debts.- This
i gratuitous affront was ascribed solely
Ito the strange domination which had
I been-..obtained, over- Mrs.- Hoyt by- -Lucy
;iles, the mysterious negreas who prac
tically ruled the Hoyt house for four
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BRIDE OF DAY K LLS M
7 HUSBAND AND SELF
Norfolk, Va, Nov. 11. After being a
bride for less than a day. Mrs, . Helen
Johnston killed her husband. Randolph
C. Johnston, and herself some time lest
night jn Kerguiraans county, North
Carolina. Word of the double tragedy
was brought here this afternoon by a
traveling salesman. The young- bride,
whose age was IT years, was found
.on the floor In front of a dresser. Bhe
had fired a 12-caliber pistol bullet Into
her mouth, tjie bullet passing through
her head. Previously she had ahot her
husband . three times. One bullet en
tered the breast, another the right
cheek and the third just erased the
temple.' The couple were married last
evening. When the- festivities were
ended they drove to the bridegroom's
home and retired shortly after midnight.
Both , were found-dead In their night
robes. , . . . .
The girl left no word of explanation.
Phe was the only daughter of Chralea
R. Hope, a farrier and factory pro
prietor.' .-'',.;'.' ;
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. I cure all chronlo and nervous dis
eases without the use of drugs or sur
gery. ' i Rheumatism, liver, kidney and
stomaoh troubles I cure permanently.
- All female and nervous diseases yield
readily to my treatment.
i If you have taken drugs and failed to
find relief, come to me and. I will euro
.you, ' . -' v - , . .' ,. ., -v.
' I give you free consultation and will
) tell you at once if I can cure you. - My
j offices' are crowded, but . I will always
: find time for the affllc'ted who need
help. , ' , , -. . - ,
. Read the following testimonials out
: of many which have been given me vol
untarily: , ,
' TAOOMA, Aug. 10. i94.
For Ave years I had suffered with fe
1 male weakness, mehtnch61y, nervousness
and a wretched headache. All this time
. I . had consulted with many physicians,
taking the medicine they prescribed, also
taking some of the catarrh remedies so
extensively edvertleed, but received no
relief at all. I can truthfully and thank-
fully as v that the treatment received at
the Anderson Institute his made ma a
..well and nappy woman1',
V. r T'-i r IAJLU MCONNCT,L.
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. , TACOMA, Wash., May 17, 10I. '
Dr. U. L. Anderson, Portland, Or.
Dear Mr: .! received the r announce-'
, mnt that you were about to locate in
i-Portland with genuine regret, as 1 had
a. selfish interest in, your remaining
in Tacoma. I have Suffered a great
mu-nuc rmumiium, and -de
rived great benefit from your treatment,
which I regard as the best known for
.this disease. Should t be able to do
anything for yon In return, please let
me know. Wishing- you all success in
' your new rooatkm, I aov yours trujy,-
Chief of Folic.
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Dr. Alfred L Anderson
Consultation free. Hours, t a. m. to
I p. m. Jtooms -4 Ll bMc, comer
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SAY CHINESE HATRED
: BECOMING STROII
Two- Colored Citizen of Unifd
' States Fare III at HandaP
, tt . of Chinamen. ';,
' (SaeeUl DUpatck te Tfce learsaLt '
..Astoria. Or., Nov.. 11. Arriving on the1
four-masted schooner Churchill, which
reached port yesterday . from Hongkonff,
were two negroes, cltlsena of the United
States, who almost starved to death at
Hongkong as a result of ths bitter feeling
existing against : Americans. -' The men
declare that reports coming from -China
to the effect that hostile sentiment Is dy
ing out are erroneous, and that instead
the Chjnese'are becoming more and mors
Intense In their hatred.
Both negroes were employed on a Brit
ish steamship officered by Chinese, and
when - their .nativity was learned both
were discharged. They sought work at
Hongkong, but everywhere were denied.
the Chinese refusing to give employment
to Americans, for a week ths men had
nothing to eat, but finally met an Amer
ican who resides at Hongkong, and from
him secured a loaf of bread. But for
this ; both declare they would have
starved. The men were advised by an
American resident to stow away and fol-
GROOM lli THE TOMBS
, AftD BRIDE IN ASYLUM
(Special Dlspetck hr Leased Wire te The Journal)
New York, Nov. 11. Unable to pro
cure ball. Captain Albert V. Dean Reld.
former English army officer, arrested
for bigamy, remalna In a cell In the
Tombs prison,' while his young bride,
whose maiden name was Sarah Ann De
lano, is .confined in the Bloomingdale
asylum, wholly ignorant of what haa
happened to the man who - has been
fighting to free her......
. The woman who registered at the
Oilsey house, ss Mrs. A. V. Reld of
Desbrosses, Ontario, cannot be found,
and the captain alleges that she has
been sequestered at the' Delano home.
In Mamaroneck. by the Delano brothers.
who are trying to keep their sister in
tkluasylum and who, he alleges, have
orirteft a conspiracy to keep him Im
prisoned. ' .!..','. ' '
"This woman who calls herself my
wife.' said ths. captain, "is a widow
with several children. Two of her child'
ren are grown and the youngster she
brought with her is about e years old.
She claims the hoy to be my child. .1
do not care ro smirch the woman's char
acter, but I insist that she has abso
lutely no claim upon- me. She- waa
brought here by the brothers of mi
Wife." " 1 V- .T-r-"- 1
. . Lawyer David V. Cohalan has been re
tained to represent'tha captain when hs
is arraigned before Recorder Ooff, Mon
day morning. The examination into the
ssntty of Mrs. Reld, formerly Miss De
lano, will be continued at White Plains
Wednesday morning. '
J. O'DONOVAN ROSSA
SA1LS FOR IRELAND
' (Special Dtanateh t Tlie Jnaraal.) .
New York, Nov. 11. Five hundred
countrymen of - Jeremiah O'Donovsn
RossawereajL.I iheXMiarjl line pier th(s
afternoon to bid goodbye to the famous
(.Irishman, who sailed on the Etrurla to
take a life secretaryship of the Cork
common council. .As he boarded the
liner Rosea saw at the same pier the
hugs iron clad Drake, flagship of Prince
Louis of . Battenberg, her English flag
Mlylng.- 'a- . .. . ,
la the. throng, were Peter J. Ryan,
James Kseley.snd O'Meagher Condon,
who were in an English prison with
Rosea, and who..' with him, won the
name of the "Manchester Rescuers."
"1 have grown to love A merles," said
Mr. Rosea, '"but the call from my own
country is too strong for rae to resist.
My youngest two daughters and my
Wife go with me." - .
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Cluecksburg, Bride of the Duke. ';
TEACHERS'. PROGRESS CLUB
Committees; Arranged for ..and
Organization Settles Down to
Third' Season's Work.
The -Teachers' . Progress club, , com
posed of the ' woman teachers In the
schools of Multnomah county outside, of
Portland, now in its third year, yester
day elected these officers: Julia Spooner,
Arleta, president; Agnes Matlock. Mon-
ta villa, vice-president; Martha Sturchler,
Mount Tabor, secretary; Mrs. L Powell,
The club authorised the appointment
or permanent committees on progress.
service end -salary, social, library and
literature and general welfare. The
president .will . select ths committees
from tbS members of the club and an.
nounce them at the next meeting.
County Superintendent Robinson will
be general supervisor snd will offersuch
suggestions ss he deems advisable. Much
of the Investigation of the committees
will toe carried on through his office.
REMARKABLE CASE OF
v MISTAKEN IDENTITY
(Spedal DUpateh by Leesea Wire te The Joe rati)
Waesskssyi Oesaiii lsi At
Thomas and Michael McDonald had wept
over the corpse of their mother as It lay
on the floor of a publlo market this morn
ing ana naa maan Breiimmary runerai ar
rangements, they went homo to And tholr
mother sitting healthily at a window.
Thomas McDonald fainted; Michael
thought he beheld a ghost. This was the
end-of a remarkable case of mistaken
Shortly before noon an unknown wom
an entered the market to make -some
purchases and fell dead before the coun
ter. Clerks In the' place believed the
woman was Mrs. McDonald: so did the
policeman on the beat. Neighbors made
the Identification positive. Then Thomas
snd Michael, who came hurrying from
their work, wept plteously over the body
end kissed the dead . face as the under
taker bore away the remalna - The dead
woman was later Identified as Mrs, Csth
erlns Stickles. ,-
1 BICrPHILIPPINE EXHIBIT
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.) '
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 11. Elmer E.
Johnson, state commissioner of the
Lewis and Clark fair, has talten an
option for 110,000 on the Filipino ex.
hlblt Installed In the- government build.
Ing at Portland. He has made a propo
sition, to thoclty of Seattle to raise
the money and present the exhibit to
the state university museum, which
wss started several months ago whan
two historical societies In the state con
solidated. Committees have been . ap
pointed snd will solicit funds-to take
up the option, which is considered
most valuable one for the state, . .
. Work en 'Bandoa. Jetty. .
(Poeelel DtoD.tco te The Jnirrnal.) -
Bnndon, Or., Nov. 11. The govern
ment work m the north Jetry is pro
gressing nicely. Four thousand four
hundred feet of railroad track was built
by the contractors and they are now
dumping rock. The north jetty will be
trended. -69B-feet'seawreV-lt--wHr take-
year to complete the work, but the
bar will be greatly Improved end Ban-don-Coqullle
shipping . benefited.
Blew High School Building.
(RpeHiri niMtrs te Ths JoersaLI . "
Walk Walla, AVash., Nov.. 11. Plans
and specifications have been prepared
for a new gymnasium building for the
Walla Walla High school which will be
built shout the first nf the year at an
esttmstea cost of 5,000. The new
building will , be-eonatrocted of brick
and Will ' be two stories In hetaht. It
Is planned to use, the ground floor for
manual training and 'the upper floor tor
a gymnasium, .
MADAME AZA : H0LKES-K!2tCKE
Only Neldea graduate op Paciflo Coast
Oa all work Anne between this date sad J
aary 1. We know that tbore are many- wbe
woeie asve ntcir racea eareo rnr were It not
for the tbonrtit that fhia particular work
exoeodlnitly eiprmivo. W are tnuuj te aiake
iMxpeoslTe for the aait six weeks. . .
rsicxa wnt n oheatit keovozo x
We eaplor s errater force of skilled St.
tsndasts thaa all -other deraiatoloalata oa tb
norta racue cooas. . -
We Are Doctors of Beauty
Ana cnaraatee an oor work ana eerfeetlr re
store all the eomsllnoae of yoath sod the fresh.
ss ef bmb's or wudmi'i tarly.vlgur.
Wc Remove the
Wrinkles .'from the Face
Correct ennkea vbroks. eradleate plmpke, sores
aao oiocees oa toe lace, eiiaoa appaaraacae
that some of Sffeln short, makt tua sad
woraea aptxtr at Matore lnteaded that thy
shoo Id. - Ke chaage ef dlot, so deteatloa from
UIOI taHTLKa 07 OOKPLZXIOV OKSAM
MADAME AZA HOLMES-RIBEECKE
ORIENTAL' BEAUTY PARLORS
Si Korrlsoa ItrMt. near Park treat
Phone Hoo4 tM.
Judge Frazer Views Leniently the
Offense of Promoters of Jap-
- anese Lottery.
SIMILAR PRIZE PLANS
COMMON HERE, HE SAYS
Attorney for Jspeneee Saye He Can't
Make Them Understand Why They
Are "Punished "When" BuyertTof
Tickets Go Free.' " r : ; -
B. Takata and R. Tukagawa, officers
of the Society rrf Japanese Art Admirers,
yesterday pleaded guilty u the charge
of promoting a lottery, but Judge Fraser
postponed sentence fpr -10 days. In
speaking to the court In behalf of the
Japanese. Attorney A. C Emmons said
"It was suggested to them by some
who had .been In this country for soma
time and . were better' acquainted . with
our ways that ft would be a good idea
to organise a Society of Japanese Art
Admirers, with a membership fee of tl
each, which would entitle each member
to at least a dollar's worth of goods and
certain . lucky members to goods worth
more up to $1,000. ' They went to ths
proper authorities of ths Lewis and
Clark exposition and secured written
permission to 'conduct their society on
the grounds. Memberships were taken
by many of our cltlsens, among whom
Twere some of our best known merchants,
bankers, ministers and lawyers.
I have had considerable difficulty In
making . my clients understand how it
is possible for them to be guilty of s
violation of our laws when so many of
our prominent -citizens became members
of the society with a full, understanding
of Its purposes. It has also been dlfn-
stand why It 'is se- much worse for
them to violate our laws than It is for
us to violate them.
"My clients wish me to say for them
that they are now perfectly willing to
nay such penalty as this court may con
sider Just, They desire roe elso to say to
the court that if it is possible to defer
passing Judgment at this time they
would like very much for the court to
do so and give them an opportunity of
distributing the property of the art so
ciety among those entitled to lt.
' Attorney R. T. Piatt said that the
scheme of the Art Admirers' ' society
met with the approval of the fair of
nclals before it waa launched.
Deputy District Attorney Moser re
sented the statement that all those who
purchased membership tickets In the
society did so with the knowledge that
tbey were violating the law,
- "Most of those who purchased ths
membership tickets were women who
were Just as Ignorant of lh laws re
garding lotteries as the Japanese say
that they were," said Mr. Moser.
- In speaking, of, the, matterVJudge
Fraser said: .
"I do not think the Ulcere of the so
ciety thought of violating the law, nor
did It with guilty intent, any more than
those who purchased the tickets. The
fact of the matter is that this method
of distributing, prises has been in vogue
in this city for sometime.'
(Special Ptapatrk by Lessed Wire to The joaraal)
Washington, Nov. 11. The llfe-slsed
painting of the Marquise de Merenvtlle,
formerly Miss tiwendolln Csldwell,
which bs long been familiar - to .visi
tors in .Caldwell hall. Catholic Univer
sity of America, waa yesterday removed
snd has been shipped to the noma or
the marquise In Lakewood, New'Jersey.
The picture was taken away-wt the
earnest request Of the friends Vf the
msrqulse. . and a painting of Cardinal
Mertineim-Xorrae papal delegate- at
Washington, waa substituted instead.
The marquise was formerly a Roman
Catholic Then she turned Protestant,
having In the . first Instance been a
Protestant. . .-
A 930,000 Beat
Vi. J. Daly has Just sold 10 by 100 feet
rVn Heventh street near Washington te a
Willamette valley capitalist, who wishes
his name and the location tf ths lot to
remain unknown for a few days. The
same man has msde jwe lsrge purchases
of Inside property In the last sis months
and is well, pleased with his .Portland
investments... The purchase, price , was
aetir 39,ooa. ,..rM ,, H i
NOT CRIMINAL BUT
104 AND IC3
We are offering special ' inducements to pvuehasers in
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An opportunity that should
BEST all-wool Ingrain .jl..:.:.....y.....95c Tapestry Brussels, regular $1.10 . ...90c
Dauphin Ingrain, very strong 75c Tapes Brussels, reg. $1.20 ...... $1.03
Kady Ingrain (color fast),...M......-47c Axminster, regular .$1.70,..i.,l,,....$ I e60
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Vases, Ivories, Screens, Cabinets, Silks,
-: Fine Fabrics ' .
SaU Dally tm Chamber
Chas. H: 0
Marvelous Is what all ths dentists say
sbont the wonderful system of Alveolar
Dentistry, originated and practiced ex
clusively in Portland by Boston Dentists,
only a good root remains. - We restore
old decayed teeth to - usefulness and
We replace lost er absent teeth with
out ola tee.
We. extract teeth without pale free
We treat and tighten loose teeth, end
soft or bleeding gums are made sound
We guarantee our plates to fit.
We give you the best dental work for
the lowest cost consistent with first
class work. Come and have free exami
nation and consultation and learn for
yourself what we can do for you.
o ut run
Boston Painless Dentists
91 H Korrlsoa ., Opp. Melef ft riaak
ead, Foetoftlee, - :,
XOVM ao a. to. te as.
day, Si30 s m. to ll&M P sa.
SHERIFF FOUND DRUNK "
LOCKED TO PRISONER
(Special Dispatch by Leased Wire to The Jesraal)
Los Angeles. '. Nov. 11 Handcuffed
to a prisoner end sound asleep from In
toxicating - liquor. Under, fiheriif Ivlnrj
of Ban Luis Obispo county, was found In
the Del Monte cafe by Detective Mur
phy today and sent to the city Jail,
where he was locked up on a charge of
drunkenness.. The prisoner, James Hue
sey, whom be wss taking back to Ban
Luis Obispo, was In an even worse state
of Intoxication than was his custodian.
They were released from the Jail tonight
and the sheriff continued on his way te
Ban Luis Obispo.,
"In ": telling his" r experience "louay ." the
sheriff says he had gone for three days
and nights without sleep end when he
arrived In Los Angeles he went to the
Del Monte cafe for - dinner. Two or
three drinks-were hsd. ' Owing to his
exhausted condition the t liquor went
to his head.
V' . . Qtteea Alexandra XlL
(Copyright, Hesrst- News - Serrlce by teased
. vire to The Journal. )
. London, Nov. 11. It Is said that' the
queens health is causing anxiety to
the royal family. The deafness from
which she has lone suffered la Increas
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flST STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON
WctllfSSi Uvw UwlJ,
During the FoIIotviiifj Week
Carpel Any Room in Your House
ESPECIALLY appeal to the
THE FOLLOWING QUOTATIONS!
ALL CAKPET5 MADE, LAID AND
All That Remains of Japanese Exhibit at Fair
. Must Be Closed Out Thls JVcck. UNow Is the-
of Commmrem Stdg.ll a. m. to 6
Y. KUSHIZIKU Commlnlonmr Gonoral
t. HJtSHIMOTO, CommlsiloHtr
r. YAMJtJt. Manag'or ; .' '
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