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, toe MonyixG oreg6xia Friday yovE3iBEKa, 1912.
BABIES ARE SI
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PBIZEWINNINCr BABIES, THEIR MOTHERS AND JUDGES WiiU U.AV imnuuui ifton, r
1 ' INO AWARDS. '
-yCHANTS NATIONAL aSylf
Traction Employes Enter 100
Tots in Contest for Prizes.
No Need for More Space to
Discharge" Ballast, De
dares S. M. Mears.
HERBERT DAY HEADS LIST
ai 1 I EaiHUttilJHlJuirtUiiUiwUiu -
GOMPLAINT SAID TO
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SITUATION IS DISCUSSED
Instance of Where at One Time at
Llnnton Several Vessels Were
In Stream Instead of at
Ballast Dock Cited."
"There is no reasonable ground for
complaint," was the reply of S. M.
Mears when asked last night if steps
would be taken to provide additional
berths at Linnton so more than two
ships could discharge ballast at a time.
"If they wish they may take the
ballast elsewhere. Until the Co
lumbia Engineering Works agreed to
handle the material, the Chamber of
Commerce faced a proposition of pay
ing $15,000 to $16,000 a year to take
care of it."
"Only a short time ago we wrote the
Chamber of Commerce calling atten
tion to the fact that three or four
vessels were anchored in the stream,
but not one at the ballast dock, yet
now they kick because there is not
space for all," said Mr. Mears. "While
there are but two berths at the dock,
fully 90 per cent of the year there is
no need of them and we have no plans
. under consideration to increase the fa-
"When we first agreed to receive
ballast there, we made no. charge and
ships paid simply the expense of dis
charging the materials, but last year
we established a nominal rate of 5
cents a ton. because we were com
pelled to haul it some distance from
the docks, but it still costs us more
to handle it than we receive."
Masters of the Hougomont, Colony
and Boadicea, which ships are in the
stream, are said to be casting about
for a place where ballast may be un
loaded, as they object to waiting until
vessels now at the berths finish. More
sailing vessels are due within the next
two weeks and it is probable-.that
some will suffer delay.
XORTHERX' SERVICE IS TALKED
Pteamers Slay Yet Ply Krom Port
land to AVashington Harbors.
Hand in hand with talk of improved
service on the Coast with the advent
of the Hamburg-American and other
lines, and later with the Panama Canal
being open to the world, comes a story
that serious consideration is being
given the establishment of a service
between Portland, Grays Harbor and
Puget Sound. The project is one at
which most mariners and shipping
men have scoffed in the past, taking
the stand that, while ..some business
might be created northbound, there is
nothing to come here from Puget
Answering that difficulty now those
who are impressed by the latest re
port say that undoubtedly there will
be stuff delivered on Puget Sound from
the Orient, billed for Portland, that
could be handled by water instead of
by rail, as It now comes, and that if a
transfer line was in operation some of
the vessels operating from Kurope
would not put into the Columbia, but
proceed north and there-dtecharge the
Portland cargo, preferring to trans
ship from there on cheaper rates than
from San Francisco to the river. In
support of the project a story is told
that the head of a manufacturing
plant who would have employed 225
men and expended at least $1,000,000
in- buildings and machinery selected
Seattle as a location, because he could
not afford to market his product by
rail If he remained here, as he de
pended on patronage from Washington
FAST PASSAGE IS REPORTED
Grenada Strides Into Class of Clip
Making a passage from Newcastle, N.
S. W., to Valparaiso in 36 days is a
performance credited to the British
four-masted bark Grenada. She -made
the run out to Newcastle in 86 days,
being in water ballast, and was 122
days on the way from the channel to
Valparaiso. The distance from the Cape
of Good Hope to Cape Lewln was
covered in 17 days and in one day the
bark is reputed to have skimmed over
Other news of windjammers that have
called here contains reference to the
old British clipper Kensington,- which
has been sold and is sailing unIer the
Russian flag. Her name remains and
she is now on the way from Hermosand
to Cape Town. The Lord Torridon is
another to change owners and from her
flies the Russian emblem. She is sail
ing from Sundawall to Geelong and
Melbourne. The Scottish Lochs is now
known as the Sorfareren and the Loch
Can-on has been given the name of the
I KALIS TAKES LIST AGAIN
Tramp Held at San Francisco May
Re Ordered to Discharge.
From San Francisco news has ar
rived thai the British tramp IkaMs.
which left Puget Sound October 15 for
Melbourne, after, having loaded here
but went north to coal, and then put
into the "Golden Gate October 23 to be
repaired because of damage suffered in
a storm of that period, may be further
detained as she has developed a decided
list. The vessel was put in shipshape
early this week when that part of her
cargo "which had been landed was re
loaded, but when she hauled into the
bay to anchor the list was shown. It
is said she may be compelled to dis
Another tramp from this port being
held is the British steamer Strathdene.
at Victoria, where she reported after
running into a storm 400 miles off the
coast. Her owners delayed issuing
orders for her repairs so that she lost
a week. In both instances the injuries
could only be traced to the caprices
of the elements, which is not always
the case when skippers seek to place
blame for trouble on other than their
USE MVST MOVE ITS OFFICE
Realty Deal Leaves "Big Three"
" Service Without Home.
Through the closing of a deal where
by property at the northeast corner
of Third and Alder streets has been
leased for 20 years and a six-story
building is to be erected early next
year. the. San Francisco & Portland
Steamship Company will be forced to
negotiate for another location, as Its
uptown office is two doors north ot
Alder street and just within the 50
foct scope, which is the frontage the
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Left to Right Mack Row.Mr. Chris Bell, Dr. San ford Whltlno; and Mrs. n. H. Tate, the Judges. Left
to Right Front Row, John Joseph" Eilera, Herbert Way and Betty Cooper, the Prizewinners. Sit
ting in the Laps of Their Respective Mothers Mrs. FY J. Ellers, Mm. Holyroyd Way, Mrs. Fred Cooper.
lot has with a depth of 100 feet on
The steamship interests have been
in the office but a short time as they
were forced to vacate tlte former lo
cation on Third, between Alder and
Morrison, as that property was leased
on a long time basis. It is aimed to
hold the steamship offices on the east
side of Third street, though tempting
offers have been made to start busi
ness north on that thoroughfare and
competitors are wondering whether the
Harrlman line will remain in the neigh
borhood or strike out independently.
They have until February 1 in which
EXCHANGE BETTERS SERVICE
Wireless Station Badly deeded to
As it Is intended by the Merchants
Exchange management to construct a
telephone line early in 1913 so that
the mouth of the Willamette can be
covered" by a lookout and the pass
ing of vessels reported, a system that
will prove decidedly advantageous to
steamboat men as well as operators of
deep-water vessels, a strong sentiment
is being created In favor of Portland
being again placed "on the map" of
the Marconi or some other wireless
system so that messages can be sent
and received from vessels at sea and
In the river.1
The Beaver left Astoria at S o'clock
On to ArrUa,
Name. From ntr
Alliance Eureka In port
Beaver San Pedro. ... In port
Anvil f andon Nov. SO
Breakwater. . . .Cojs Bay Dec I
Geo. W. Elder, .tan Diego. . . . urc
Bear ban Pedro.
Sue H. Elmore. Tillamook.
Tl 1, - ' Can HI...
Rose City. .
. . F. V. to TU A
AUlancs. . .
Hnrvard . .
San Pedro .Nov.
. . . fc-ureKa . ... Nov.
. . .s. F. loL t. .ov.
Willamette. ... San Pedro Dec
Camino fan Franciaco-Dec.
Anvil. ...... .k .(andon Dec
Beaver San Pedro. . . . Dec
Breakwater. . ..Coos Bay Dec.
Geo. W. Elder, .tan Diego.... Dec
Sue H. Elmore. Tillamook. .".
Boar. ......... San Pedro. . .
Roanoke San Dluno. ..
Rose City San Pedro...
yesterday morning and as she had not
passed St. Helens at 4 o'clock, over an
hour after she should have been nere,
her tardiness caused concern and it
was not until the delivery of a belated
telegram that it became known she
had anchored owing to fog and would
be in at. 7 o'clock. The Rose City was
hampered by fog Saturday and it was
only through a private wireless plant
that her whereabouts was ascertained.
It Is believed patronage could be
worked up that would warrant the
establishment of an office in the city.
Coquille Crosses Sinslaw Bar.
FLORENCE, Or., Nov. 28. (Special.)
The schooner Coquille, from Ban
Francisco, was towed in across the
Siuslaw bar yesterday with a cargo of
freight for Acme and Florence. The
Anvil also arrived with a large con
signment of freight.
' Vmpqua Steamer Overdue.
GARDIN"ER. Or" Nov. 28. (Special:)
The schooner Lily, bound from San
Francisco to the Uinpqua River with
general merchandise for Gardiner and
Seottsburg mercnanis, is long overr
due, having been out nearly a month.
The master of the Lily, Captain Bott-
ger, was sick when the vessel left San
Francisco and his condition may be
sujch as to delay the vessel.
To have a new cylinder head in
stalled, the steamer Monarch is tied up
Wo?k will be started on the install
ation of oil burners aboard the tug
George V. Vosburg, which tows between
Portland and rtehalem..
It is reported that a deal is under
way for the sale of the suction dredge
Beaver, owned by the North Pacific
Lumber Company, to a firm n Van
couver, B. C. ,
Orrin B. Englehardt. city ticket agent
for the San Francisco & Portland
Steamship Company at San Francisco,
departeds for the south last evening
after having passed a week here' and
on Puget Sound.
With the exception of the British
steamer Hazel Dollar, at Kalama, and
the Russian bark Clan Macfarlane, at
Rainier, no offshore vessels worked
cargo yesterday. few of the Coast
ers were active,but in the main the
waterfront was decidedly quiet.
As the steamer Klamath got away
tmm fit Hftinfl vosterdav for California
ports with passengers and a lumber
cargo tne steamer nuiaraeiie,
the McCormick fleet, was on her way
upstream to load for the same terri
tory. She will sail Sunday.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. Nov. 28. Arrived Steamer
Beaver, from San Pedro and San Francisco;
steamer Alliance, from Eureka and Coos
Bay; steamer Willamette, from Pan Fran
cisco. Sailed Steamer Sue H. Elmore, for
Tillamook; steamer Klamath, for San Di
ego and way porta; steamer Catania, for
Port San Luis. .... ,
Astoria. Nov. 2. Arrived at 6 A. M. and
left up at 8 A. it. Steamer Beaver, from
San Francisco: arrived at 6 A. M. and left
up at 7:.10 A. M. Steamer Willamette, from
San Francisco; arrived at 1:30 P. M. and
left up at 4:30 P. M. Steamer Alliance,
from Eureka and Coos Bay. Sailed at 10:40
A. M. Steamer Roanoke, for San Fran
cisco. San Francisco, Nov. 28. Sailed at 7 laat
night Steamer Francis H. Leggett, for
an Francisco, Nov. 28. Arrived Steam
ers Tahiti, from Sydney; Elizabeth, from
Bandon; Asuncion, from Port Angeles; Ho
mer, from Coos Bay. Sailed Ikalls, for
Melbourne; Redondo, from Coos Bay; Gen
eral y'Pesquerrla, for Guaymas.
Las Palroas. Nov. ift. Arrived Slsak,
from Tacoma. for Hamburg. -
Coronel, Nov. 28. Arrived previously
Klna. from Portland, for Laa Palmas.
Yokohama, Nov. 25. Arrived previously
Manchuria, from San Francisco; Tamba
Maru, from Tacoma.
Tidrs at Astoria Friday.
High Water. I Low Water.
A. M 7.3 feet10:2.T A.M 3.8 feet
4:(J2 P. M.....8.1 feetll;05 P.M. . --0.it foot
Columbia River Bar Report.
'ASTORIA. Nov. 28. Wind, east; weather,
clear; sea, smooth.
MAYOR DESIRhS TO HEAR PUB
Storekeepers and Truckdrivers Ex
pected to Object, but Auto
Owners Are Satisfied.,
The fate of the new traffic ordi
nance which is now in the hands of
Mayor Rushlight is uncertain. Be
fore the measure is either signed or
rejected it will be given thorough con
sldexation by the Mayor and persons
interested wil be given an opportunity
to register objections. He said yes
terday that he knows now of no rea
son why it should not be signed, but
says he will not make up his, mind
until he has read it over and given
every detail careful consideration.
The measure has an emergency
clause attached which means that it
will become a law as soon as it is
signed by the Mayor; If signed the
Mayor will issue instructions to the
police regarding the way the provisions
are to be enforced, rrartic policemen
will be appointed at once and books of
instructions will be Issued tor the
benefit of drivers giving them advice on
the street Intersection whistle signals
and Instructing them 'as to the time
limits for parking automobiles or
other vehicles within the restricted
districts established by the ordinance.
It is not expected that every pro
vision of the ordinance will be en
forced at once owing to the great
change in conditions which will be
brought about. It is the plan to give
drivers time to learn the signal system
and to learn just what is expected of
them. The main objection to the
measure probably will come from the
owners of stores and the drivers of
trucks and drays. The ordinance makes
it unlawful for them to stand at any
one place within the restricted district
for more than half an hour at a time
and at no two such periods within two
hours' between-9 A. M. and 6:30 P. M.
Trucks and drays are prohibited from
entering the restricted district unless
making a delivery within the. limits.
They deolare that this wil require them
to make long trips out of their way
to get from one side of the restricted
district to another.
To the automobile owners the ordi
nance is acceptable owing to the fact
that it makes provisions which many
owners have desired not only to faclllte
traffic conditions within the business
section, but to make possible more
speed in the residence sections. They
believe the measure will result in great
good by eliminating danger of acci
dents and giving everyone on the
streets an equal chance. ,
1 Jewelry Store Window Kobbedi
The cobblestone method of burglary,
practiced averal times two years ago.
mnriA Itn snnRnrancA ac-ain vesterday.
when the police were notified that a
window in the'jewelry store of Leffert
Brothers. 268 Washington street, had
been Droken ana a tray or rings vaiueu
at $150 abstracted. The breaking was
done with a stone block and so care
fully that little noise was made.
LOCATION HERE IS URGED
Friends Trying to(PrevaiI on H. E
Gipson to Live in Portland.
'Henry E. Gipson, of Minneapolis, one
of the most influential business men
of that city, has been passing the last
few days in Portland and. his friends
are trying to persuade- him to locate
here permanently. '
Mr. Gipson 4s a member of the Scan-lon-Gipson
Company, owners of 30,000
acres of timber land near Bend in Cen
tral Oregon. He is .a director also in
the Bend Company, owners of the
townsite of Bend, and a director in
the Powell River Pulp Company, op
erating large paper and pulp mills in
British Columbia. The McMullin Lum
ber Company, of which he is the owner,
operate a series of retail lumber yards
in North Dakota and Minnesota.
"I. like Portland,'- said Mr. Gipson
yesterday, "and prefer it to any of
the other cities on the Coast."
Since coming to Portland .Mr. Gipson
has met many local business men, who
have pointed out to him the advantages
of living in Oregon. They declare that
if he decides to make his future home
here they will- make his residence both
pleasant and profitable.
London Financial Market.
LONDON, Nov. 28. Bar silver, steady,
29d per ounce; money. 4 15-16 per cent;
rate of discount for short bills, 3)4 4
per cent; do, three months' bills, 4
4 13-16 per cent.
Bullion Movement In London.
LONDON. Nov. 28. Bullion amounting to
227,000 was taken into the Bank of Eng
land today and 420,000 was withdrawn for
shipment to south America.
Bombay Dlsconnt Rate Higher.
BOMBAY, Nov. 28. The rate of discount
of the Bank of Bombay was raised from
5 to 6 per cent today.
Wheat at Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 28. Closing: Wheat
Sir Edmund Walker, President
A general banking business
Interest paid on time deposits.
Corner Second and Stark Sts.
F. C. MALPAS, Manager.
So long as a street
is unpaved, there
is always the ' " .
that it may be
paved - with a
tory paving. That's
why bitulithic immediately-
much more to the value of
your property than the
amount expended. It net
ties the question at once.
Betty Cooper Wins in 1 8-36-Month
Class and Special Award Goes
to John J. Eilers, Aged 66
v Months, for rjevelopment.
Babies battled with each other for
supremacy at the baby show held yes
terdav in the building at Hawthorne
avenue and East Water streets under
the auspices of the Social Service De
partment of the Portland Railway
'Light & Power Company. The judges.
Dr. Sandford B. Whiting, Mrs. unrts tsen
and Mrs. K. H. Tate, had a difficult
task in deciding upon the prize winners
and the parents of those who finally
were selected are much elated.
Herbert Way, son of Holroyd Way,
superintendent of the power plant at
Oregon City, got away with the prem
ium, an order for $25 worth ot mercnan
dise, for the best youngster between
birth and7 18 months. Betty Cooper,
daughter of Fred Cooper, superintend
ent of transportation, captured the
prize, and orderyfor $10 worth of mer
chandise, for the best baby between
18 months and three years of ape.
There was a special prize of a $25
bonnet for the baby best developed
according to age: John Joseph Liters.
aged 26 months,' weight 34 pounds,
won this. His parents are Mr. and
Mrs. F. J. . Eilers, 447 East Eighth
street, north. Mr. Eilers Is in the com
Entries! Reach. 100.
The contest was open to the children
of all employes of the company in the
light and power departments and fully
100 babies were entered. Other close con
tenders in the 18 to 36-months class
were Dorris Lehman, daughter of W
H. Lehman of the line department;
Kenneth Ross, son of W. A. Ross, of the
trouble department and Albert "Hawks
son of A. W. Hawks of the line de
partment. They lost, to use a racing
expression, by aneck. In the birth to
18 months class Carl Jacksan, aged
six months, and Ellen Nolte, 11 months
did, were close seconds.
The Judges took into consideration
chest and head measurements, eyes,
nose, teeth, ears, energy, weight and
height, using the measurements of Dr.
Emmet Holt. Mrs. Tate declares that
her experience in Judging babies has
shown that Oregon babies usually ex
ceed the Holt measurements. Mrs. Tate
was a judge at the baby show held in
connection with the State Fair at
Salem. She says she has found that
"mother's milk" babies excel "bottle
babies as a rule. The prize winners
yesterday were all of the former class.
Losers) Compliment Winners.
The clubrooms presented an animated
and Interesting scene when all the
mothers and their babies had as
sembled. Many of the youngsters
scrambled over the floor getting ac
quatnted with each other. They did
not wait for introductions. Many of
their pranks' excited great merriment.
Ill-humored children were rew. une
youngsters seem to know that they
were on their good behavior and they
acquitted themselves admirably. Al
though many niothers firmly believed
inwardly that their babies should have
won they congratulated the proud
mothers whose babies had captured the
honors. ' Many were consoled by the
fact that "anyway baby was in the
Gus Rowden, superlntedent of social
service, who is attached to the . M.
C. A., was in his element. Every
mother heard her baby flatteringly
commented upon by him. He was all
smiles and good humor and immensely
pleased with the turnout of Daoies.
During the afternoon B.- S. Josselyn,
president of the company, dropped in.
looked over the contesting youngsters
and expressed sincere gratification .be
cause of the interest taken in the
Woman Sues Physician.
t? nc: i.' r t r r: rr TCov 28. fSnecial.1
Dr. Henry Little, one of DouglaS
rrtiinv'a hnst-knnwn nhvsicians and a
resident of Oakland, Or., was today
made the defendant in a aamage buii
for $10,000 filed by Mrs. George McCul
lh of tila nitv. . The nlaintiff allesres
that Dr. Little treated -cer in an un
skillful manner and as a result she
sustained permanent physical defects.
Buyers of antique furniture are advised
by House and Garden that it is now almost
Impossible to "pick up" genuine antiques in
In the World
Largest 8. S. Co. .
Pres. Grant Dec. 7. 9 A. M 1
Kalx'n Aug. Vic , Dec. 12, 10 A. M.
tlVnnN.vlvania Dec 41, a P.-4I.
l're. Lincoln Dec. 38, 1 P M.
Tuamnurg direct. 20. cabin only.
Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers, Naples.
S.S. CINCINNATI. Dee. 9, 10 A. M.
S. S. HAMBURG. . .Jan. 11, 11 AM.
S. S. CINCINNATI (ORIENT
CRl'ISK). ..Jan. 28, 10. A. M
S. S. HAMBURG. ..Feb. ZS, lu A. M
'Win not call at Algiers.
, TO THE
S. S. Kronprinzessin Cecilie
leaving JAN. 23 FEB. 10
The Ideal Rout? for Tourists
from Western State.
Also CruUes to the Orient. Around
the World, Italy, Egypt, etc
Write'Hor booklet stating cruise.
160 Powell at., ban Francisco. Cal'.
O.-W. R & N. Co.. Nor. Pacific.
. D. 4 R- G. R. R., Burlington Route.
Milwaukee & Puget Sound H. n
Great Northern Railway Co., Dorsey
Dmnn, dp nxm sc. Port
A CHRISTMAS GIFT
One of these banks is just the thing for that
boy or girl of yours
Call at our Savings Department and let us
explain how you can get one
We Pay Four Per Cent Interest
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
Under Government Supervision
Founded 1886 Washington and Fourth Sts.
Let Us Quote You Prices
On Northwest Municipal Bonds 1
Corner F$th and Stark
RESOURCES 6 MILLIONS
LADD &TILTON BANK
Established 1859. ,
Capital Stock $1,000,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 1,000,000.00
Commercial and Savings Accounts
Letters of credit, drafts and travelers ' checks issued, available
in all parts of the world.
W. M. Ladd, President. Robert S. Howard, Asst. Caahier.
Edward Cookingham, Viea-Prea. J. W. laodd. Asst. Cashier.
W. H. Dunckley, Cashier. Walter M. Cook, Asst. Cashier.
First National Bank
Oldest National Bank West of the
Nov. 8th and 22d. Dec. nth and 20th, for MasseU and Nnden llurljor.
at 10 P. M.. Nov. 10th and 24th, Dec. 8th and 22d. for Refuge Bay, fakldgate.
Cumshswa, Pacofi, L.ockport. Jedway and Ikeda, B. C.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY
Passenger trains leave Princ Rupert Wednesday and Saturday at 10 A. M.
for South Hazelton, B. C. (185 miles). Returning, leave South Uazeltoa
Sunday and Thursday at 10 A. M.. arriving Prince Rupert at 5 P. M.
GRANb TRUNK RAILWAY SYSTEM
Chicago to New York and other
BlAKUAiiu ana iuukisi sleeping
DORSEY B. SMITH, C. P. A.
. Ptaune Marshall 1U7.
City Office, Fifth
AGENTS FOR ALL TRAXS
J. C. WILSON&CO.
STOCKS, BOXDS, GRAIN AND COTTON
NEW YORK. STOCK EXCHANGE,
NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE,
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE,
THE STOCK AND BOND EXHAVCE,
Lewis Building, 269 Oak Street.
Phones Marshall 4120, A 4187.
COOS BAY LINE
alls from Alnsworth dock, Portland, at 8
A. M October 30, and thereafter every
Tuesday evening at 8 P. M. Freight re
ceived daily except Tuesdays up to 5 P. M.,
Tuesdays up to 3 P. Ji. Passenger fare,
first-class. $10; second class. $7, including
berth and meals. Ticket office at Aijs
worth dock. The Portland Coos Bajr St
Ine: L. II. tvealinr. Ajtm.
NEW YORK -PORTLAND
REGULAR FREIGHT SERVICE.
Low Rates. Schedule Time.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO.
81S RailKir Eictings Bid
Mala 8373. - A 3923.
LOS ANGELES AND SAN DIEGO
STEAMSHIPS YALE AND HARVARD
Railroad. or any steamer to San Fran
cisco, the Expo City. Largest, fastest and
the ONLY strictly first-class passenger
ships on the Coast. Average speed 28
miles per hour: cost S2.Ouu.O0V eaca.
SAJV FRANCISCO, PORTLAND .St L. A.
8. 8. CO
Main 623. Frank Bullam, A Kent. A 4591
128 Third Street.
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT '
leaves Seattle. Wash., Sunday at 12 o'clock, midnight,
for Victoria, Vancouver and Prince Rxipert, B. C.
S. S. PRINCE JOHN
leaves Prince Rupert Wednesday at 11 A. M Nov. 20th.
Dec. 4th and 18th for Granuy Bay, Kincolith, Pt. Simp
son ami Stewart. B. C. Friday at 12 o'clock, mldnlK.ht.
J. It. RfRGIS. c;eurrnl A (tent.
Street, Portland, Oreieon.
- ATLAXTIC STKAMSHIP LINKS.
THE MEDITERRANEAN :
ROIS11 THE WORLD
via San I ramlHco, Australia, Ceylon, etc.
CfnlST CABIN 2D CABIN
$DUU STOPOVERS V'
SYDNEY SHORT LINE
The pleaBante3t and most comfortable
route Summer or Winter. ID DAYS i-nn Fran
cisco, to SYDNEY, via HONOLULU, and
SAMOA. Splendid twin-screw (1U.0U0 ton
steamers K1EKRA." "SONOMA" aud
$110 HONOLULU Kkst-cl?ss SYDNEY S303
Sailings every two weeks: Oct 22, Nov. o,
10, Dec. 3, e tc. Write or wire N O W t r
berths. Fend ftr folder.
OCKAV1C STEAMSHIP CO.,
673 Market fist., ban I'ranclsco.
San Francisco, Los Angeles
and San Diego Direct
S. S. Koanoke and S. S. Elder.
Sail Every Wedneaday Alternately
6 P. m.
NORTH PACIFIC S. S. CO.
122 A Third St. Phones Main 1314. A 1311.
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EXPRESS STEAMERS FOR
San Francisco and Loa Anselcs
S. S. BEAVKK sail 4 P. M., December V.
THE SAN KKA.MISCU it PORTLAND
S. 8. CU, Ticket Otfu-e 13- Third streak,
phone Alain .UUS, A liXtlt,