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EVKNINO UOIiLETlN, HONOLULU, T. II., T1IU11SDAY, FKtl. 3, 1910.
KOREAN ASSASSINS CALHOUNTOADDRESS
PLAN MURDERS COMMERCIAL CLUB
The Greatest Oil Field in the World
THE NAVAJO OIL COMPANY
Owns 480 Aoroo of tho Choicest Oil Lands in the Famous SAN JUAN OIL FIELD, South
eastern Utah, by far the Greatest Oil field ever discovered
i EIGHTEEN WEILS HAVE BEEN DRILLED III THIS FIELD TO DATE WITHOUT ONE SINGLE FAILURE. THE FIRST, AT A DEPTH OF 820 FEET, PRODUCED
BY ACTUAL TEST 800 BARRELS 2'Efl DAY. THE OIL IS 3S DEGREES GRAVITY PARAFFINE, BASE WORTH $3 PER BARREL AT THE WELL. IT IS THE
BEST REFINING OIL IN THE COUNTRY.
kN OIL FIELD
Has bcrn examined by the greatest geologists and oil experts in th: world. All ajrrcc that it is without question the greatest oil field ever discovered. The field is
fifty miles wide by ninety miles in length. Eight oil sands ore exposed, aggregating over 300 feet in thickness, thus giving' assurance of large and continuous pro
duction. The formation is regular and unbroken, free from faults and fractures. Our land is considered one -of the choicest holdings in the field. We propose to
develop it vigorously b y drilling a large number of wells.
This is Your One Life Time Chance
To get in on the ground floor in a field that is gointrto make many millionaires. No doubt these statements teem exaggerated, but just read the following report as
to what a prominent expert who visited, examined and reported on this field thinks of it.
GEOLOGICAL- REPORT of the SAN JUAN- OIL FIELD IN SOUTH-EASTERN UTAH
By H. E. PETERSON, E. 11.
Tlio Snn Juan ol field covers n territory approximately 30 mlla wide by 90 wiles
In length; Its tutnl nrc.i covcrtngMibout 4,500 square miles, thus exceeding, In "client of
tcriltury, any Known oil Held In tho world.
tfo field begins nt a point about 20 miles west of Bluff, thence extends westerly, 30
miles nlong tho SanMuau Itlverj thence. 63 miles north and 23 miles south of raid river,
through tho Navajo Indian reservation.
Tho contour shows a scries of undulating hills nnd eroded basins, with n number uf
low precipitous bluffs. Tho Snn Juan Ither, with its great volume of water and awlfe
current, has worn a deep channel, exposing to lew seven distinct and Intact anticlinal
folds, and, extraordinary an It may seem, no true synclinal depteasions or subsidences
appear between tho anticlines, tho formation being Intact along Us original plane of
Icddlng, tho dip being only 90 feet to tho mile.
The formation consists of alternating lasers of sandstone of grnt porosity, fonslll
fcrous limestone, capping, clay-shales and arenaceous shales, and ts,freo from faults frac
tures and fissures, with two exceptions. Ono exception being a faulting nlong tho coro
or axis of tho anticline In tho cxtremo western limits of the Held, the second Is nil In
trusion of a schistose mass, south of the river, penetrating a minute area without bavins
caused any general or visible disturbance. Tho anticlines travel go tho country from north
to south, and even beyond tho territory horet'i described indications of oil aio found.
Klght distinct oil sands aro found along the San Juan TUver. showing n thorough
saturation and emitting strong odorB of petroleum. These oil sands nggregato over 300
feet In thickness, tho porous character of tho oll-bearlng Bandrock. capped by llnavtono
and shale, forms the most Ideal storage rocks known for bo volatile a 'substance S3
Tho geological ago of tho formations exposed ranges from tho Cretaceous to tho
Jurassic, Trlnsslc, Carboniferous, Permian and upper Devonian, On the high points,
tho Cretaceous is mostly In evidence. In tho basins, tho Jurassic nnd Triable form tho
chief exposures. Along tho banks or tho river, Immediately adjoining tho Goodrich
Basin, tho Carboniferous Is shown, and In tho western portion of the field the I'ermlan
nnd upper Dovonlan appear, owing to tho anticline being tilted to a more ncuto anglo
than tho ones In tho eastern part of the field.
Present .development centers In nnd around the Goodrich Basin, where clg'itoin wells
have been drilled to tho second or Goodrich band to a depth of fiom 220 to GOO feet,
without n single failure. Ono well, as a depth of 220 feet, by actual test, pumped at tho
rato of 800 barrels per diem.
The oil Is a limpid fluid of a 38 gravity, parafflno base, nnd burns readily without
refining, the Ignition being Instantaneous en tho application of n lighted match, Tho
color of tho oil by l (.'fleeted llsht is drrk green. It' contains u high pcrcentago of tho
volatile oils nnd Is tho best refining oil found In tho western part of tho continent. It
thould bo worth from $2.30 to 13.00 per barrel at tho well.
ANALY8I3 OF OIL. FROM THE 8AN JUAN OIL FIELD.
It is a puro paraffino'Oll. Tho percentage of paraffino contained as shown by tho
analysts, scale and vaseline, is 12'4 per cent of tho crudo weight of tho oil. Tho sulphur
n mero trnco, nnd tho asphaltuni nominal; gravity of the crudo oil 38 Baumo; specific
riiavlly 0.S37. Tho pcrcentago of naptha 12.C, by volumo; 11.0 by weight; gravity 03
Baumo; 0.731 specific gravity; light burning oil, by volumo. 21.2, by weight 19.9; gravity
CI llaumo; 0.778 specific gravity. Heavy burning oil, by volumo 18.2; by weight, 19.0;
Kinvlty 41 Baumo; 0.823 specific gravity. Heavy oils, by volumo 43.0; by weight 44.0;
giavlty 33 Baumo; specific gravity 0.S62. Cokings and loss by volumo 4.1 per cent.
Two pipelines and one railway have been surveyed Into tho field. Tho operators
to date seem to havo confined their attention to striking oil In tho upper sands, so as to
prove up their holdings, at the, minimum of cost and In tho shortest spaco of time. Most
of the companies aro employing Star portal) lo rigs, but a few aro now ready to Install
heavy standard rigs for tho purpose of drilling to greater depth, In order to penetrnto
nil of the known oil sands in the field.
This examination and report has been mndo with especial reference to tho lands of
the Navnjo Oil Company, consisting of 460 ncres, situated in tho northeastern part of tho
Goodrich Bnrln, surrounded on three sides by producing wells.
This tract of land Is without question or cavil ns cholco as nny In tho district nnd
will produce, oil In any well thereon, ns tho formation Is absolutely intact and all of tho
Bands underlie this tract,
In from ono to two years, .this will undoubtedly prove tho most productivo as well
as tho largest oil field In the world.
Tho geological conditions nro Ideal, Insuring the highest degrco of success, while tho
climatic conditions leavo nothing to bo wished for. With Increasing production and con
tinuous development, railway and pipelines will bo constructed into tho field, enabling
tho produce! b to market tho produce at enormous profits.
Refining oil is becoming scarcer and scarcer, tho Appalachian fields are. rapidly be
coming exhausted, hence tho nation must look to tho West ant Mlddlo West for Its
futuro oil supply,
. (Signed) H. E. PETERSON, E. M.
' ' NAVAJO OIL COMPANY,
1 ' 1 ! First National Bank Building,
' , , l " ' Oakland, California.
Oil is king and Navajo Oil Corn
psny's shaics is the one best invest
ment offered the publio today. x
Our land is the choicest to be had
Our management is our pride.
' Ho salaries paid our directors.
Our profits will come from divi
dends. Do you want to share in
Tomorrow may, be
Investigate! We will answer all
The price of stock will advance
rapidly to par value.
We are incorporated under the
laws of Arizona, stock fully paid
and non-assessable. Capital, 1,000,
000 shares, par value $1.00 per
JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER, the Richest Man in the Vcrld.
HETTY QREEN, the Richest Woman in the World.
READ WHAT THEY HAVE TO SAY.
Tho richest man In the world,
John O. Hockofollcr, In an Interview
reported In tho New York "Journal"
of June 1, 1908, gnvo therein one of
tho principles which has holpcd him
to achieve the most gigantic fortune
known to modern tlmcj,
In this interview Rockefeller stat
ed that, at tho age of thirteen, he
was digging potatoes for a neighbor
at tho munificent, rata of 75 cents
per day of ton hours, Ho had al
ready saved a little money, "and it
dawned upon mo ono day," said the
oil king, "that if I could Invest what
I had saved at 7 per cent., which
was tho legal rato nt that time, I
would get nioro than I could earn
nt digging potatoes," and not have a
backucho, either. I was very deep
ly impressed, thou,1 with the Idea of
having your money work for you,
and," he added characteristically, "1
have never forgotten that."
Never forgotten it, Indeed! To
day Rockefeller has a fortttno of
five hundred millions of dollars to
bnr witness to the constancy of tho,
thought in his mind.
Hetty Green, the richest woman in
tho world, says: "Tho way to got
rich Is to invest In necessities."
Oil Is a necessity, and has mado
more millionaires than any other
Lproduct of the soil.
The U. S. Geological Survey Bul
letin 394 states: "Tho supply would
bo exhausted In 1933."
Therefore, oil will Increase In
value, and -all oil stocks aro sure to
ndvanco in price.
ALWAYS BUY ON AN ADVANCING
A BIG BULL MOVEMENT IN OIL IS ON
WHAT YOUR MONEY WILL BUY
$15 cash will buy 1S0 shares, ,
par value $ 1C0
$30 cash will buy 200 shares,
par value .,., COO
$75 cash will buy 600 shares,
par value BCD
$1t0 cash wll buy 1000 shares','
par value 1,003
$750 cash will buy 5000 shares,.,,,,
par value .,..., .,',.... 3,000
$1500 cash will buy 10,000 shares
par, value 10,000
AND WITH THE FACTS BEFORE YOU, AS HEREINBEFORE STATED,
YOU MAY BE ABSOLUTELY ASSURED TBjAT .
IT WILL CONTINUE
WITH IMMENSE PROFITS TO THOSE WHO DISTRIBUTE THEIR
MONEY WISELY. THE TEACHING OF PRECEDENT CONDITIONS
GET IT NOW
$3 down and $3 per month for 4 months
buys 100 shares, par value $100.
$6 down and $3 per month for 4 months
buys 200 shares, par value $200.
$9 down and $9 per month for 4 months
buys 300 shares, par value $300.
$12 down and $12 per month for 4 months
buys 400 shares, par valuo $400.
$15 down and $15 per month for 4 months
buys 500 shares, par value $500.
. $30 down and $30 per month for 4 months
buys 1000 shares, par value $1000.
$150 down and $150 per month 'for 4
months buys 50C0 chares, par value $5000.
GROUND FLOOR COUPON. , 1
uuuu nu v, Uiu. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF THE NAVAJO OIL COMPANY.
Colonial M. and D. Company, . - s
027-028 First National Bank, Charles N, Walter, Asst. Cushicr, First Natl. Bank, Oakland,. President ,,,, t v
Oakland, Cal. . H. E. Petersen, E. H, mining and oil expsrt, Oakland. . .V. PV. and Mgr. Mail y0ar heck nce for as
GCE is "d 1 fid d 11 Dr' Arthu H' Wftllftce Oakland Secretary much of this stock as 'you can take,
as..7.!p3ymPentSeon.n..V.sharesarof JudKe E- M- oibson Sreiident Bank of Commerce. Oakland. .Treasurer ' as this allotment will not last long,
the capital stock of the Navajo Oil Walter A. Gompertr, Merchant, Berkeley .' Director . . , .,,
Company at fifteen cents per share. - . . - n .. r cr cable your order at our expense.
thoroSRhndentandinKUiatThepa? LOIOIlIal IfJOllgflgt Ct UCpOJl LOuipany Cable Address, "COLONIAL,"
"Nam' $!.!C.r. .'I? "' , " ' FINANCIAL AGENTS. Oakland, Califojnia..
Address ......I..!!.'..!..!!! Suits 627-028 First National Bank BuildirTp-. Oakland, Cal.
Town . .. Cable Address, "Colonial."
Delegations of Patriotio Men Chosen
to Murder Prominent Japanese
Proposed Victims Move Under
TOKip, Jan. 24. Doublo pollco ac-
llvllv Yi'tta npiln, n.1 lr.1nt, fnll.i.vlntr llin
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tf.f-nlti! nt netta flint fl,n l,,pnnn na.'
nasslns hnvo urrlvcd In Toklo with
tho sworn purpose of murdering Prlnco
YnmuBatT,, Premier Kntsuro, Foreign
.Minister Komurn, resident General
8ono nnd General llascgawa.
Mich nBsnBidn has been assigned a
Ictlm and the EovernnieiU is con
Unccd that tho wholesalb assassina
tion has been planned as a grand coup
by the Korean i evolutionary party. I
A largo body of special detectives'
waB Bet to work "Nday to traco thol
Koreans nnd Iho marked men havo '
been surrounded by guards. They will
bo protected nnd will go about in pub
lic only under heavy guard until tho
'rupposcd assassins havo been run
Tho plot waa exposed through a con.
fesslon obtained from a member of
tho revolutionary party In Ccoul, Ko
tea, and is considered by tho govern
ment to demand the most urgent
measures on tho part of officials.
Tho campaign of assassination Is
tho outgrowth of tho struggles of Ko
tea to freo herself of Japnncso domi
nation. Tho recent agitation of a plan
of annexation for Korea lias aroused
now bitterness. Tho heavy blow dealt
Japan In tho murder of Prince Ito has
encouraged Korean rcbols who ore
exalted by tho belief that they aro
fighting tho battlo of patriotism and
aro laying down their lives for tho
freedom of their country.
BY NAVAL THREAT
Nicaraguan Officer Frightened by
American Sea Fighter Given
Five Minutesto Get Out Ship's
Paper or Take Consequence.
SAN FIMNCISCO, Jnn. 18. Tho
story of n bloodless encounter between
tho United States Nnvnl forces at Cur
into and tho Nlcarngtan authorities
was brought yesterday by tho Pacific
Mall liner San Juan, which left Cor
Into December 28. Among tho pas
sengers who had left Corinto tho day
bororo on the City of Para, was Cap
tain Chavez, tho Nlcaraguan officer
who had given to tho American Con
cul tho details of tho execution of
Cannon nnd Groco, who left with tho
aid of tho acting American Consul, a
Navy officer, to avoid danger to his
When Captain Nelson, of the City of
Pnrn. applied for clearance papers, ho
was told that the ship could not leavo
till Captain Chavez had been turned
over to tho authorities. The captain
told his troubles to tho Naval Consul
who wigwagged tho fleet, lying off
Corinto. Five minutes Intor Captain
Oliver of tho Albany, tias on his way
ashoro. Captain Oliver bowed to tho
commajidnte of tho port nnd re
marked: ''I'll glvo you, Just five, minutes to
glvo Captain Ncleon his oiKiranco pa
fcrs." . ,
Tho clearnnco papers wcro given.
PARALYZED BY SH1EZE.
Reflex Action Affects Spinal Cord,
AlTOONA, Oa., Jan. 10. Jacob
l.cldy, a motorman, was seized with
a fit of sneezing yesterday while at
tho lover of his trolley car. Instant
ly he experienced numbness through
out his body. It wns found that
tho violence of the reflex, action in
sneezing had caused a pressure rin
tho siiln.il cord, producing a concus
sion which crentcd partial paralysis.
All day warm applications and
stimulants were administered with
tho hope of restoring blood circu
lation. Several physicians have
been brought In for consultation.
Tho question now Is whether ho can
withstand leactlon when tho effect
of' tho stimulants wears away.
New Minister to China Was Delayed
by Extended Conference With
the President Considered Abb
Lawyer aid Diolcmat,
According to, tho statcnicnt'of ;.
C. Drown, the 'rollrliig president of
tho Commercial Club, tho nuwly-up-pointed
Minister to China, Calhoun,
will nddreos tho members of thu
Conimciclal Club nt tho time whon
ho passes through hero on his way
to his new post.
Mr. Drown, while In Chicago, a
few months ago had a pleasant that
with Mr. Calhoun, during which tho
new minister promised to make n
bliort nddrcss to tho local club while,
en route to China'.
It wns tho Intention of Mr. Cal
houn to pass through here on tho
21st of InBl month, but he wns do-,
lnycd In Washington somo two
weeks In consultation with the Pres
ident In regard to affulrs In the I'.ir
Mr. Calhoun Is considered ono
of tho best Inwycrs in tho city of
Chicago. The new Minister to China
is expected to pass through hero un
the Mongolia, duo hero on tho lltli
of next month.
Any Sufferer Can Write to Robt. Suss-
man of Toledo, Ohle, for Full
There nro undoubtedly many frauds
In tho testimonials of medical firms
letters written by friends or oven
employes of tho ndvcrtlr.or. Dut on
tho other hand, In somo cases the tes
timonials aro . thoroughly genuine,
gladly offered by prominent citizens,
who nro grateful fur tho cure.
Such n case Is that of llobt. Suss
man, a well known furrier of Toledo,
Ohio, who for years suffered with a
sovcro case of eczema.
Ho described his cape as almost un
endurable. About five years ago ho
was Induced lo try tho oil of wlntcr
grecn compound known ns D. D. D.
Prescription for eczema sufferers. IIo
has gone out or his way to find suffer
ers and to tell them of this remedy.
Ho has dorto this without pay, of
courso, and without even having been
requested to do so by tho D. D. D.
Company. It was simply tho fact that
his health, his very life, had been re
stored that mado lilm so enthusiastic.
Mr, Sussman recently wioto a letter
offering to wjlto to any eczema suf
ferer and to describe his case. If nny
render of this paper ehonlil wrlto Mr.
Sussman. we request that sblf-nddiods-od
stamped envelope bo enclosed.
D. D. D. Prescription, also D. D. D.
Soap, aro strongly recommended In
Honolulu by tho Honolulu Drug Co.,
THE PASSING OF
A cablegram was received yester
day by tho Planters' Association, nil
nounclug tho death of G. V. KIrknIOy
In San Francisco. Tho messago con
tained no details outsldo of tho fact
that his death followed an operation.
A number of years ngo Mr. Klrknldy
sustained n badly broken leg. occa
sioned by a fall from a horse. Tho In
jured limb was nover made qulto wholo
and well nnd wns a constant sourco of
While In San Francisco, Mr. Kirk
aldy went under treatment at one of
the coast hospitals.
Mr. Kiikaldy wob about thlrtey-sovon
years of ago and nas bom Jri Scotland.
About four yoarB ago Mr. Klil.nldy
marrlod Mtb, Antilo Doweott Hrcnhsim.
Tho latter wbh formerly Mil Downed,
daughter of tho lato J, I. Dowsed.
In less than a week after a brldo
lays nsldo her wedding gown alio
begins to wonder how sho will look
Tho optimist cheers, but tho pessi
mist saves his breath for tho pur
pose of letting out a calamity howl
later on. '
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5 FORT SHAFTER NEWS I
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Thoro. has been somo talk of or- Using very regular lately, nnd la not
gnnlzlng a dancing club and having In the best of condition Just nt
semi-monthly dances nt (ho assem- luoeout.
bly hall, second floor, administration j All of tho poles havo been put up
building, Fort Shatter. This will that nro nocessary to wire tho post
probably bo done in tho near, fu- for electric lights, nnd somo of tho
lure. About n oar ago thore was wlro hnB already been strung. It Is
n dancing club, with dances hold oxpectcd that somo of tho lights
sonil-nionthly, and, they were alwayu will bo In and teudy for use the Int
wcll attended, and It Is supposed , ter part of tho week.
thnt thoy would yet bo appreciated
and well attendod.
Float for, Parade,
Sorgcant Simons, Company (1, 20th
Infantry, has returned from a thirty
days' fui lough, which ho has enjoy-
Preparatlons aro being made to od in Honolulu. Sergeant Simons
enter a float in the Floral Parade,
Fobrunry 22, The exact representa
tion Is not yet known.
wns discharged nnd recnllstcd about
p month ago nnd reinstated 'as sor
gcant In Coinpnny F. ,
Prlvnto Cream, Company F, 20th
Several men of the Fort Shnfter Infantry, has been granted u puss
babeball team wero out for practise ( until tho transport sails for San
Wednesday nfternoon. t KraiicUcn. Ho Is- due for discharge
Bowline. nnd will proceed to Fort McDowell,
There wcro somo good scort-s mndo'dopot of recruits nnd casunls nnd bo
nt tho bowling njloys Tuesday nftor-.dlschirged upon expiration of torm
noon, Tho team lias not "pen prac-!o( sorvlec,
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