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TIIE MORNING OREGOMAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1919.
TAKES WATER TODAY
Northwest Steel Shipyard
Launching Last Vessel.
MRS. R. L. BANKS SPONSOR
Outfitting Should Be Completed
"by January 1, When Plant
Will Be Closed.
The 8800-ton steel steamer Claus
eus. thirty-ninth and, for the time
being at least, the last hull of the
Northwest Steel company, will go
down the ways at 4 o'clock this aft
ernoon. The yard will close with the
delivery of this vessel to her owners.
The normal outfiting time of the
Northwest Steel company is about
two weeks, so the work of the pioneer
shipbuilding plant will be completed
at least by January 1. Mrs. L. R.
Banks, wife of the general works
manager of the plant, will be spon
sor for the Clauseus.
The vessel to be launched today Is
the third built on private account by
the Northwest Steel company since
the completion of Its government pro
gramme. The first was the steamer
J. R. Gordon, purchased by the Union
Sulphur company. The Gordon left
down In ballast November 25 for
Sabine, Tex, where ehe will load sul
phur. The second private vessel of the
Northwest Steel company is the
steamer Centaurus, which is expected
to be delivered to the Columbia-Pacific
Shipping company today for op
eration for her owners, the Green
Star Steamship corporation. The Cen
taurus will go on berth today or to
morrow, as soon as passed by the
government inspectors, to load for
ianao, Arlca, Valparaiso and Anto
fogasta, ports on the west coast of
A cargo of about 2,000,000 feet of
' lumber and 100,000 feet of box shooks
is already waiting for the Centaurus,
according to the Columbia-Pacific
bbipplng company, and general cargo
Is acceptable. If sufficient freight is
not offered here, the Centaurus will
touch at San Francisco to complete
No trade has been asslened an vet
for the steamer Clauseus, which Is to
De launched today, though Captain H.
C. Jefferson, general superintendent
or tne Ureen star line, stated recent
ly that all the vessels of the line as
they are comoleted here will h nt.
fered for loading, and the Columbia
Pacific company, recently appointed
local agents for the Green Star cor
poration, are determined to send nn
ship out in ballast while cargo is
The steamer Circlnus, soon to be
delivered to the Green Star line by
the Columbia River Shipbuilding cor
poration, has alreadv been iih
by her owners to take a full cargo of
jumper to Australia.
NISHJIAHA HERE FOR REPAIRS
Survey of Damaged Steamer Will
Be Made Todav.
The bisr steel utMtn. N-iefmv. i -
tow of the harbor towboat Portland,
arrived up the river last nleht ota
lieu to tne .North Bank dnrlr tr. o.lt
repairs to her machinery. The ves
sel became helpless off Cape Mears
early Monday morning, when a piston
became heated and bent, and a low-
jreesu,re cylinder head was blown out.
x. is ueuevea that an entire new cyl
inder will have to be fitted.
A survey of the N'lshmahi w,m v.
held this morning, following which
specifications will be issued and bids
on tne worn asked by the rn
- neet corporation. If the rtamacr.
the vessel is found to be no greater
than that already reported, the re-
nnii. ..-Ill v. 1 , " .
- u v uuiBuca in a
The Nlshmaha's machinery trouble
, developed about 12 hours after she
had put to sea from Astoria after her
"""in trial trip, with a cargo of
j.u. iU1 i-ew iorK, loaded at Port
: land and Astoria. She is a 9500-ton
Bteei steamer, ouilt by the G. M.
oiananer construction corporation a
Vancouver. She is under operation
iur me neet corporation by the Pa
ciuv oieaxnsmp company.
ARETTJRUS COXTRACT IS LET
- Pacific Marine Iron Works Will
The shipping board hull Areturus,
purchased November 25 by E. S.
Hough in conjunction with th
Brooks-Scanlon Lumber company, is
uo uuuulcu oy tne i-acilic Marine
v iron works or this city. J. 1. Jennings,
general manager of the Pacific m..
. rine Iron works, announced yesterday
mat tie na.u oeen awarded the instal
' Mr. Jennings said the Areturus i
. to be fitted with practically the sam
machinery as went into the Hough
vessels outfitted for the Emergency
. vw.it,Uii. nm oi equippini
the Areturus as a steamship is ex
pectea to start Monday and to be
completed by February 1. The vessel
will carry a cargo of lumber from
here to the Atlantic and will then be
piacea in tne Atlantic coast trade.
SHIP SETTLEMENTS SOUGHT
Senate Committee to Consider Leg
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington. Dec. 4. On the return of Sen
ator McNary to Washington Monday
the senate commerce committee will
begin consideration of the legislation
empowering the shipping board to
make a final settlement with -wooden
shipbuilders on both coasts for can
celed war contracts. Senator Mc
Nary telegraphed Senator Jones of
Washington, chairman of the com
mittee, today, that he expects to
reach here Monday and that he will
have some suggestions to offer.
Chairman Greene of the house com
mittee on merchant marine and fish
eries, introduced in the house yester
day a bill for settlement of the wood
ship contracts that is similar to the
one pending before the senate com
Pacific Coast Shipping Xotes.
ASTORIA. Or, Dec. 4. (Special.) W.
Lans. Lloyd's surveyor, was in the city
today to make a survey for the under
writers of the damage to the cannery ship
Keuce and the Kinney cannery dock and
warehouse, as a result of the steamer
NUhmaha striking the Reuce.
The crippled steamer Nishmaha left at
0 o'clock last nlsht for Portland to have
a new low pressure cylinder Installed.
The steam schooner Santiam arrived at
i o ctoca tnis morning rrom San Pedro
and went to Knappton to take on 200.000
feet of lumber. She will finish loading
at inu nam mo ii u mui.
After discharging fuel oil in Portland
and Astoria, the tank steamer Colonel
K. L. Drake, with barge 93 in tow, sailed
at 11 o'clock today for California.
The steamer Curacao, bringing freight
and passengers, arrived at 10:30 this morn-
lna; from San Francisco, via way ports
and proceeded to Portland.
The tank ttcamer Oleum Railed at 6 to
night tor California after discharging fuel
oil in Astoria and Portland. I
The tuff laniel Kern with barge 89 In i
tow. arrived from Puget sound at 10-:45
RRl TTT.K Xtr.ah Flu A ra.ui.l
ThlrtV.nlnn H.v. m , fnni Can ITnn.ejm'
for Seattle the barkentlne Thrasher, owned
by the Hibbard-Swenson company of this
port, today was posted as probably lost by
the marine exchange of the Golden Gate
metropolis, according to a press dispatch.
The owners, however, see no reason to fel
any alarm for the vessel's safety. Ordi
narily the Thrasher would complete the
voyage In 20 days. She sailed from San
Francisco October 26.
After discharging 2200' tons of lumber,
box shooks, feed, flour and other freight
in Kaanapali and Port Allen, Hawaii, the
steamship Brookdale of the shipping board,
the first cargo training ship ever operated
on the Pacific, arrived in Honolulu last
Monday and began loading a full cargo of
pineapples for Seattle according to a cable
gram received at the West Seattle mer
chant marine training station this morning.
The vessel was expected to steam for Se
Second big steel steamship assigned by
the shipping board to Frank Waterhouse
at Co. for operation in the Seattle-oriental
routes, the 9400-ton Maquam, will be placed
on berth early In January, it was an
nounced this morning by the operation di
vision of the board. The Maquam is the
last of ten ships ordered by the shipping
board from the Seattle North Pacific Ship
building company, and will be launched
the latter part of the month.
The first of the large steel snips as
gned to the Waterhouse company for the
Seattle-oriental routes is the 10.000-ton
teamship Stanley, due tomorrow from the
orient. She Is a product of the Skinner Ac
Eddy plant. Under the Waterhouse sched- 1
le. she will depart from Seattle for tne
orient on or about December 20.
Plans adopted by the shinning board call
for the assignment of another large steel
steamship to the Waterhouse company for
the Seattle-oriental route, this vessel to
sail in February on her first voyage under
the Seattle firm.
TACOMA. Wash.. Dee, 4. (Special.)
Sul was filed In the federal court today
by Walker D. Hlnes. director-general of
railways, against the Knappton Mill com
pany for damage done the drawbridge of
the Spokane, Portland dc Seattle rail
road on May 2. 1919. At that time the
tugs Coquille and Defender were towing
the hull Ontepro down the Columbia river
when at Youngs bay it struok the bridge.
Negligence on the part of the tug boat
operators Is alleged. Judgment for
SST36.37 is asked.
After loading a Dart cargo of lumber
here for San Francisco, the F. 8. Loop was
due to sail during the night for Port Lud
low to complete. -
The President arrived this morning trom
San Francisco via way ports and sailed
during the night for the south.
Eastern marine reports say tnat tne
schooner Betsy Ross, built at the Sea
born yards here, has put Into Port Eliza
beth with a broken rudder. The Boss was
bound from Marseilles to Singapore.
W ork was started today on the new
shipyard of Babare Bros, on the tide flats
south of the Foundation yard. Nick Babare
said they expected to be able to lay the
keel for their first vessel in tne yara in
The steamshlD President of the Admiral
line arrived at the Commercial dock today
and will take on a cargo of 600 tons there
after discharging inbound merchandise and
then shift to the Tacoma Grain company
mills to load 400 tons of flour and feed
for her southern voyage. The liner got
away from Tacoma about midnight.
A limit f.Mft mni.. now at uamD Lew
will be transported In a special train of
23 cars to Seattle this week, where they
will be loaded on the United States trans
port Dix for Manila, Philippine Islands.
Complete settlement or tne loaa snip-
yard strike by tomorrow morning ap
peared certain today.
This is In the face ef reports from
San Francisco that a telegram has been
received from James O'Connell, president
of the metal trades department of the
American Federation of Labor, announc
ing that the agreement negotiates in
Tacoma would not receive the sanction
of the department unless approved by a
referendum vote of the Pacific coast metal
PORT TOWNSEND. Wash.. Dec 4.
Rnivifti The steamer Eastern Guide.
built by the Japanese for the United States
shipping board, arrived this morning In
the service or tne . t . v. compauy. upu
arriving at Seattle, she will be turned over
by the Japanese concern "to the ahipplng
The schooner Melrose finished loading
lumber at Mukllteo today and will be
towed to sea Thursday on hex way to
Two blar steel steamers built at the
Pueet sound navy yard will be launched
on December 16. The vessels are the Nitro
t.Tid Pvrnu. These steamers will be used
aa ammunition vessels lor tne umtea
The steamer NenroM is en route to
Puget sound from Akutan with a cargo
of 600 tons of whale products from the
plant of the North pacific Products com
oar.y. Four shipments have been made
this season from Akutan and the ship-
ent on the Norwood will be tne last tnis
ABERDEEN. Wash Dec 4. (Special.)
The barkentine Forest Pride cleared this
morning for Sydney, Australia, under com
mand ot Captain John PUta. with 1,628.
000 feet of lumber.
The tu. Bear of this port la an the
ways at the Chllman yards for remodel
ing. The tug'a steam power plant will be
removed and a 100 horsepower lesal en
Captain A. L. Hammer, ex-master of
the schooner Louise and the barkentine
'William Bowden, has retired from the sea
and has set up In business aa a ship
chandler at Sydney, Australia, according
to word received here.
The steamer Raymond la due from Sail
The Tamalpais cleared today for San
Francisco. The Tamalpais loaded at the
EJ. K. Wood mill.
COOS BAY, Or., Dec. 4. (Special.) The
ateamer C. A. Smith, laden with lumber
from the Smith electric dock, sailed fot
San Francisco this morning at 8:45.
The steam schooner Bandon, damaged a
few weeks ago by striking her keel on
rnrlcs. returned from Long Beach to San
Pedro and Is undergoing repairs on a San
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. 4. (Special.)
The Toyo Klsen Kaisha liner Shinyo Maru,
Captain H. Nagano, was scheduled to sail
for the orient via Honolulu toaay, om
did not iret to sea. The Shinyo is anchorec
in the stream and will remain there until
the weather moderates. Captain Nagano
said he would proceed on the voyage If
the conditions would permit the releas
ing ot the pilot, but during the entire
day the bar was breaking so badly it
was decided to wait. The Shinyo was
laden to the pllmsoll with a full cargo
rnnsistinar of more than 6000 tons of gen
eral freight and carried a total of 830
Dassenners in all classes.
The freighter Koyo Maru of the Toyo
Kisen Kaisha line, wliich came into port
with a fire in her hold early this week.
nut out to sea and later return a to por
early today. Captain Otazani said the
sea was running very high outside the
Officials of the board of state harbor
commissioners today said that the state
could not accept the responsibility for
anv damaire. real or otherwise, tnat ma:
have resulted upon any oi tne piers uy
reason of the present storm. Officials of
the Pacific Mall Steamship company have
announced they will present a bill of
about $0000 incurred for the purcnaae oi
tarpaulins used to coer several million
dollars' worth of merchandise under leak
inir roofs on piers 42 and 44.
Fred Samuels, manager of the Sprockets
and Oceanic shipping concerns, has re
turned from a trip to New York and Wash
ington and confirms the sal. of th. liner
Sierra. No announcement has been made
regarding the acquisition of another vessel
to take the place of the blerra.
Al Pollard has disposed of his schoon-
er Lucy, it was announced today. The
Durchasers are in Papeete and the Inten
tion Is to use the vessel as a trader
anions' the islands.
Commander William A. Glassford
U. S. N.. has com. here and is now In
charge of the local office of the United
States hydrograpnic department, it was an
nounced today. He succeeds Lieutenant
Commander J. C. Burnett, who has been
here for a long time.
OIL STOCK SUITS FILED
Judgment of $4 7,000 Asked in
7 6 Cases in Missouri.
CHARLESTON, Mo., Dec 4. Seven
ty-six suits alleging misrepresenta
tions in the sale of oil stocks and
asking judgment of $47,000. have been
filed in circuit court against Lieu
tenant - Governor Wallace Crossely,
ex-State Treasurer Edwin P4 DeaL
Circuit Judge C. A. Burney and Lee
W. Wilson of Kansas City, and Boa
coe K. Gooding. La Plata, Mo.
THRASHER'S LOSS mm
BARKEXTIXE FAILS TO REACH
SEATTLE OX SCHEDULE.
Owner of Vessel Believes Strong
Winds Are Responsible and Tliat
Ship Is In Xo Danger.
SAN FRANCISCO. CaL, Dec 4.
Fears were expressed in marine cir
cles here today for the safety of the
barkentine Thrasner. formerly an old
whaling steamer, which sailed from
here October 26 for Seattle. Nothing
has teen heard from the vessel since
she sailed. Captain W. C. Erratt, a
San Francisco skipper, was in com
mand and there was a crew of ten
Owing to the prevalence of winds
which might have blown the Thrasher
off her course during the last month.
it was expected she would be a long
time making port, but as the voyage
ordinarily should have taken about
20 days, the possibility was expressed
that she may have been lost at sea
with all hands.
Olaf Svenson of this city owns the
SEATTLE, Wash.. Dec 4. No word
regarding the Thrasher has reached
Seattle since the boat left San Fran
cisco October 26, officials of the
Seattle Merchants' Exchange said
If the Thrasher has not been lost.
she probably is still somewhere off
the Washington coast waiting for fa
vorable winds to carry her past Cape
Flattery and into the Straits of Juan
de Fuca, it was said. Offshore east
winds, which have been blowing for
about three weeks, would prevent the
boat from reaching the straits.
"There is no need for any uneasi
ness so far regarding the Thrasher,"
Olaf Svenson, owner of the boat, said
today. "The vessel's bottom is very
foul and she took the outside route.
which would carry her anywhere from
350 to 700 miles off shore. Head
winds undoubtedly are solely respon
sible for the fact that she has not yet
reached Seattle. We are figuring
that the Thrasher Is lying out some
where off Cape Flattery waiting for
a favorable breeze to bring her into
the Strait of Juan de Fuca."
The Thrasher was bought by Mr.
Swenson recently from H. J. Knowles
of San Francisco to take the place
of the old Arctic trader and whaler
Belvedere, which was crushed in the
ice off Siberia several months sgo.
The Belvedere was owned by the Hib-bard-Svenson
CORVALLIS RECORD LAUDED
Wooden Steamer Bnilt at Peninsu
la Yards Is Praised.
A letter extolling the past record
and present condition of the wooden
steamer Corvallis, built by the Penin
sula Shipbuilding company and sent
from here to the united Kingdom
and back to the Atlantic coast by the
Columbia-Pacific Shipping company,
was received yesterday by , F. C.
Knapp. president of the Peninsula
company, from D. J. Jenkins of the
marine service department of the
Westinghouse Electric & Manfuactur
turing company at Newport News, Va.
The letter says: "The steamer Cor
vallis has arrived in port after a very'
satisfactory voyage. I am glad to re
port that she holds the record here for
arriving in port with so little work
to be done. As far as I have been
able to learn, there is absolutely noth
ing to be done so far as the hull is
"The shipping board inspectors here
have all been loud in their praises of
this ship in regard to cleanliness and
GALE DELAYS JAPANESE SHIP
Freighter Koyo Maru Forced to
Return to Port.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Dec. 4. The
Japanese freight steamer Koyo Maru,
which returned to San Francisco last
Friday on fire, was driven back by a
gale when she endeavored to put to
sea today. The great army transport
Mount Vernon dragged her anchors
and drifted for a mile down the bay,
repeating her experience of a week
All small shipping was cautioned
by the weather bureau to stay in the
harbor. A huge wave engulfed the
lower deck of a ferryboat landing
here today, injuring two women and
causing a small panic among the
passengers. The boat made her slip
Storm warnings were displayed to
day along the coast. Stiffer gales
were expected between San Francisco
and Eureka than on the south coast.
rtainrail will continue general over
all California another day at least.
tne weather bureau announced.
Tides at Astoria Friday.
10:81 A. M...10.1 feet4:29 A. M 3.2 feet
11:49 P. M... 7.6 feet6:47 P. M. ..0.5 feet
Columbia River Bar Report.
NORTH HEAD, Dec 4. Condition of
th. bar at 5 P. M. Sea smooth; wind
Offshore Vessels to Arrive.
Name. From Tt.
Challamba, Br. M. S..Seattle Dec 10
Cethana, Br. M. S. . . Seattle Oec. 15
West Aleta, Am Str.. Puget Sound . . Lc 22
Irene. Am. M. S San Francinr.o rv 1(
West Hartl'd, Am. St-Singapore ....Jan. 1
Mont 4Jerv.n. i-r. ot-. Marseilles ...Jan. 1.
Coastwise Vessels to Arrive.
Santa Barbara San Francisco. Dec 5
Santiam San Pedro ... Dec 5
Mayfair ban Francisco. Dec. 7
Rose City San Francisco. Dec 7
Johan Poulsen San Francisco. Dec 8
Wahkeena .....San Francisco. Dec 9
City of Topeka s. F. and way..Dec.l2
E. H. Meyer San Francisco . Dec. 12
Wapama San Francisco. Dec 13
To Depart From This Port.
Coaxet Orient Dec 6
Mendora United Kin rd.. Dec 6
Centaurus .....West Coast Dec. 7
Montagu Orient .......Dec 23
Vessels In Port.
Coaxet, Pacific Steamship compiny. St.
Else. Balfour. Guthrie ft Co.. Inman-
Inca, A. F. . Thane Jfe Co.. Eastern Mr
Celllo. C. R. McCormick, St. Helens.
SUetx, Pacific Steamship com d any. mu
nicipal dock No. 1.
Olockson. Pacific Steamship eomunv.
Mendora, Columbia-Pacific Shipping comN
pany. o. c dock.
Diablo, Pacific SteamshlD comnanv. Pa.
ciflc Marine Iron works.
Daisy. C R, McCormick Co., Knapp
ton. Falls of Clyde. ParTott Co.. St. Johns
.Willamette, C. R. McCormick, St. Helena.
Multnomah, C. R. McCormick, drydockl
Diana, Columbia-Pacific Shipping com
pany, Columbia dock.
Curacao, Pacific Steamship company,
municipal dock No. 2.
The wooden steamer Diana was checked
In yesterday by the Columbia-Pacific Ship
ping company. Th. vessel took on auppliea
and ballast yesterday at Columbia dock
and will shift to the coal bunkers at 10
o'clock this morning to load fuel for her
trip to the United Kingdom. She will
Tne Pacific Steamship company's ori
ental liner Waban, which aailed from here
November 1. lert Xokohama for Kobe No
vember Za, according to a wire received at
the company's offices yesterday.
Tha steamer Mendora shifted yesterday
tiom the Du Bois mill at Vancouver to
the O. C. dock, where she will complete
her cargo. She is expected to finiah load
The steam schooner Multnomah of the
AlcCormick, fleet moved, from the Couch-
where she dls-
ifornla, to the
to undergo an
The Standlfer steamer Montague will
come from the company's Vancouver yard
to municipal dock No. 1 today to
checked in by the Pacific Steamship com-
V5.Z- .... .. 1
ub amiKea aieei iieimer biivi win
raised in dry dock Monday morning, ac
cording to present plana.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. Doc, 4. Sailed at 4
A. M., steamer Oleum, for Port San Luia
Sailed at P. M.. steamer J.. A. Chanalor.
for San Francisco. Arrived at 7 P. M.,
ateamer Curacao, from San Francisco via
Eureka and Cooa bay.
ASTORIA. Dec 4. Arrived at 9:4Q
A. M., and left up at 11:15 A. M.. steamer
Curacao, from San Francisco via Eureka
and Coos bar. Arrived at 6:50 A. M..
steamer Santiam. from San Pedro. Sailed
at 11 A. M., steamer Col. K. I. Drake tow
ins barge 93, for San Francisco.
CROSTOBAL, Dee. 1. Sailed, steamer
Eyfield, from Portland for United King
dom. SAN PEDRO. Dec Z. Arrived
Schooner Lucy, from Portland, for New
- YOKOHAMA. Nov. 28. Sailed Steamer
. Waban, from Portland, for Kobe.
EUREKA, Dec 4. Sailed at 4 P. M..
steamer City of Tope lea, from Portland
via Cooa bay, for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec 4. Arrived
Steamers William F. Herrin from Astoria;
Hart wood from San Pedro; Arctic from
Fort Brags; Daisy Matthews, from San
Pedro; Kayo Ma.ru from Seattle; Wah
keena from San Diego; Spokane from San
Diego. Departed Steamers Shinyo Maru
for Yokohama; Admiral Schley for Seattle;
Hartwood for Aberdeen; William F. Her
rin for Gaviota.
SEATTLE, Wash.. Dec 4. Arrived J
Steamers Eastern Guide, from Kobe;
wunuwBBiern, irom louinwciiorn aiwk
Admira' Nicholron, from southeastern
Alaska; Glyndon. from Hilo.
Departed Steamers Queen, for San
Francicco; Klamath, for San Pedro.
TACOMA, Wash., Dec. 4. Arrived
Argyil and President, from San Francisco;
Redondo, from Auk&.
Sailed Steamers Manila Maru (Japa
nese , for Yokohama, Saglnal, for San
Francisco via Meadow Point; President, for
San Francisco via Seattle.
U. S. Naval Radio Reports.
(All positions reported at a P. M. yester
day unless otherwise indicated.)
C. A. SMITH, Marshfleld for San Fran
cisco, 266 miles from San Francisco.
JOHANNA SMITH, Ban Francisco fot
Coos Bay, 195 miles north of, San Fran
cisco. YOSEMITE. San Francisco for Seattle
253 miles north of San Francisco.
STANLEY, Kobe tor Seattle, IS miles
west of Flattery.
ADMIRAL DEWEY, San Francisco for
Seattle, 177 miles from Seattle.
FRANK L BUCK, passed out at 5 P. M
QUEEN, Seattle for San Francisco,
passed out Tatoosh at 8 P. M.
FRED BAXTER. San Francisco for Se
attle, 430 miles north of San Francisco.
WAHKEENA, from San Francalco. for
Grays Harbor, off Point Bonlt'a.
ADMIRAL SCHLEY, from San Francisco.
for Seattle, 33 miles from San Francisco.
HARTWOOD, from San Francisco, for
Grays Harbor, 57 miles north of San
MERIDEN, from Tacoma for Honolulu.
1603 miles from Cape Flattery.
ROYAL. ARROW, from San Francisco.
for Shanghai. 1804 miles west of San
IRIS. 216 miles southwest of Sas Fran
cisco llghtKhlp; 8 P. M. Dec 8.
WEST CAJOOT, from San Francisco, for
Honolulu, 1705 miles west of Ean Francisco.
RICHMOND, from San Pedro, for Hono
lulu, 1370 miles from San Pedro.
PEARL SHELL, from San Francisco, for
Shanghai. 1745 miles west of San Francisco.
MERIDEN, from Tacoma, for Honolulu,
1372 miles from Cape Flattery.
CORDELIA, from Port San Luis foi
Tocopilla, 100 miles south of San Lula.
IRIS, 110 miles west of Point Concep
CAPT. A. V. LUCAS, Astoria for San
Pedro. 124 miles from San Pedro.
WAPAMA, San Francisco for San Pedro,
145 miles west of San Pedro.
GOVERNOR. Wilmington for San Fran
cisco, seven miles north of Point Arguello.
ATLAS, Point Wells for Richmond, 2C
miles from Richmond.
W. F. HERRIN, Port Costa for Gaviota,
50 miles from Port Costa.
LANSING. San Pedro for Prince Ru
pert, 1225 miles from Prince Rupert
LYMAN STEWART, Seattle for San
Francisco, 145 miles from San Francisco.
GLORIETTA. Belllngham for Honolulu
951 miles from Cape Flattery.
PHYLLIS. Belllngham for San Pedro,
off Point Reyes.
Vancouver Council Elects.
VANCOUVER, Wash., Dec 4. (Spe
cial.) C E. Moran was elected secre
tary of the Central Labor council to
succeed R. E. Rowe, who recently
resigned. Mr. Moran is business agent
for the cooks and waiters' union and
lives in this city.
Red Cross Fund Grows.
BEND, Or, Dec. 4. (Special.)
Totals for the annual Red Cross
membership drive in Deschutes and
Jefferson counties reached J2101.50
today. It is estimated by the central
committee that the final amount re
ported will be in excess of $2500.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Or., Dec 4. Maximum
temperature, 40 degrees; minimum tem
perature, 28 degrees. River reading-, 8
A. M., 3.8 feet; change in last 24 hours,
0.7-foot falL Total rainfall (5 P. M. to
5 P. M.). none; total rainfall since Septem
ber 1, 1910. 12.18 inches; normal rainfall
since September 1, 12.96 Inches; deficiency
of rainfall since September 1, 1919. 0.78
inch. Sunrise, 7 :36 A. M. ; sunset, 4 :27
P. M. ; total sunshine, 8 hours 40 minutes;
Sosslble sunshine, 8 hours 51 minutes,
oonrise. 2:22 P. M.; moon set. 4:17 A. M.
Barometer (reduced sea level), 5 P. M..
29.94 inches. Relative humidity: 5 A. M.,
G9 per cent; noon. 43 per cent; 5 P. M.,
45 per cent.
Des Moines .
Galveston . .
t Juneau . . .
2 1S0.00I..E ICloudy
Med ford ..
7010.00 . . E
30 0. 001. .
40 0.00 .
56 0.01 12
Salt Lake ..
San Diego . .
6010.10 . .SW
32 38 0.04 ..I. ..,
4 26 0. 001. . E
2S( 40 O.OO 14'N
3C 42 0.00 34 R
121 14 0. OOl.. IW
16! 84 0.OOI. .(SW
tA. M. today.
P. M. report of preced-
Portland and vicinity Rain; moderate
Oregon Rain In the west portion, rain
or snow in the east portion; moderate
Washington Fair; moderate easterly
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANT to trade 81 model Overland auto as
first payment on small home, balance to
be paia not over xo per xao. v rite
BEST FARCE IN YE
TOWN TALK TOOA
last TnMnoDnu rvc
1 UIIIUIHIUII kl ka
Mat. Today, 2:15
REGULAR SPECIAL PRICE
MATINEE TOMORROW, 2:15
A. H. Woods Presents
THE FROLICSOME FARCS OF
I EXCELLENT CAST
Identical New York Production.
EVE'S Floor, $2: Balcony, tl.50.
H; Gallery, reserved, 75c; Adm. 50c
BOTH MATS. Floor, $1.50; Bal
cony, Jl, SOc
i I0ITV MAIL
REC O Nown
I UN I
VrZtVu NIGHTS, DEC. II, 12,13
SPECIAL PRICE MAT.
A. L. ERLANGER
IJf THE UK AI'TIFl L IRISH
COMEDY IN FOl'R ACTS.
By Rida Johnson Yonnc
EVE'S Floor. $2: Balcony. 6 rows
Jl 60, 17 rows $1: Gallery, 7 rows
reserved 75c, admission 50c SPE
CIAL SAT. MAT. Floor. J1.50;
Balcony, 9 rows Jl, 13 rows 50c
Address letters, make checks and
postoffice money orders payable
to W. T. PanKle, Mgr. He Hie
Theater. ADD 10 WAR TAX
TO PRICE TICKET DESIRED.
Inclose self - addressed stamped
Office Sale Opeas Next Mon.
A N T A C E O
MAT. DAILY 2:30 O
A Study In Royal Blue
BEATRICE MORELLK SEXTETTE
The Musical Treat of the Season.
OTHER BIG ACTS
Three Performances Daily, flight Curtain
at 7 and 9.
Mat. Dally; Nights at T andeft.
Eccentric Comedians, and the Rosebud
Nonsense. Burlesque nnd Pretty Girls.
Chorua Girls' Contest Friday Night.
MRS. C. A. JOHNS BURIED
Colleagues of Justice Pallbearers at
SALEM, Or, Dec 4. (Special.)
Funeral services for Mrs. Mabel Ellis
Johns, wife of C. A. Johns, justice
of the Oregon supreme court, were
held at the family home here this
afternoon. Rev. C. H. Powell, pastor of
the Salem Episcopal clwirch, officiated.
Interment was in the Oddfellows
cemetery. Justice Johns colleagues on the su
preme bench acted as pallbearers. The
funeral was attended by a large
crowd, many of whom came from
Portland. Flags on the statehouse
were at half mast during the day re
specting Mrs. Johns.
Rewards to Be Paid Today.
Distribution of the reward for the
caoture and conviction of the Clare-
mont tavern murderers probably will
be made today, according; to an
nouncement made yesterday. It had
been planned to make the distribu
tion yesterday, but plans were de
layed by the failure of some of the
money to arrive. The payment of the
reward Is being handled through the
First National bank.
Three out of every four Germans
more than 90 years of age are women
still In g-ood health.
Silent Night. Holy Nlrrht.
By Trinity Choir
Holy Night. By Lucy Marsh
Villa T,t i. Christmas Fan
tasia) By Pryor's Band
Nazareth Christmas Song...
By Frank Croxton
Tnv tn tha World
I By Trinity Choir
Oh. Come All Te Faithful
By Trinity Choir
By Westminster Chimes
(a) LaQ, ivincuy upnt, (D)
Nearer. Mv God. to Thee
Bv Westminster Chimes
(a) Christmas uay in tne
.Morning, idj uooa nigai
and Christmas Prayer.
By Olive Kline
( Christmas Eve. (b) Blen-
Ueureuse By Elsie Baker
Noel (Holy Night)
By Pol Plancon
The Sonar That Reached My
Heart By Evan Williams
I'll Take lou uome Again,
Bv Clarence Whitehlll
Last Rose of Summer.
By Marceiia semoncn
Chons; Medley Fox Trot
By Smith's Orchestra
Sometime Medley Fox Trot..
By Smith's Orchestra
MAIL, ORDERS GIVE PROMPT
149 sixtn street.
CHICKEROfi PIANOS CHZXET
Tonight All Week Hat. Sat.
POLLY ANN A,
8weetest Story Kvar Written.
Buy Your Seat. Now.
Next 'Week: "Chuuiil Cheaters."
Tonight, AU Week.
Wwl, Sat. Mate.
America. n-J apanese
500 Seats Floor. T5e: All Bal..
NKXT NOBODY HOMK.
TMI BIST IN VAUDIVILLB
3 IV Ik nt Saa-Mos-Tsei 15c St
4 Mats Sos-Mon-Tses-Wed 15e-75e
Hyms & Mclntyre
James H. Cullen: Watts & Hawley:
Cartmcll & Harris
Fox & Ward: The Van Cellos:
Klnograms (Exclusive) Topics of Day:
Charles and Henry
limai Tala Show Cloaca will the
SK.""-- Matinee W ednesday. Pec. IP.
THE BEST DRESSED
OW OF THE SEAsOJI
THE SEVEN RUSSELLS
Comedian.. Slna-era, Dancer., In
strument .1 1st.. Each Per
former aa Artist.
"THE LOVE CHEAT'
TWO IN ONE
VAUDEVILLE - PHOTOPLAYS
TWO BIG SHOWS
New Broadway Hall
Broadway and Main.
WOXDEKrTX BROADWAY NOV
Foarteentk and ' Ws.altlnir4o.a Streeta.
BITTEHFIELD AND COTILLION OR-
C II KSTRA,
PUBLIC DANCnG EVERY EVENING
AT BOTH HALLS ABSOLUTE
LY FIRST - CLASS.
No thin- of an ObJetfoma4ile Nature
SPECIAL APTER-THEATER PRICES
Uader M ana g-e ment of Afontroae H.
LEARN TO DANCE HERE.
Best Professional Instructors Class
Get your tickets Saturday,
9 A. M. to 6 P. M., at Sherman-Clay
Tuesday, Dec 9
A slow siinmiE
How Being; Featured by
Tke Blic Dee Orehestr Iel;wxe,
Moose Hall Every Taeadar. Tamraday
and Saturday Aig-ata.
Re.. 80 EaM 26th at. Phone Kat 5545,
AVCTIUS SALE TODAY.
at Wllaona Auction Reuse, la A.
furniture. 16S-171 Kecond St.
BORUFT In this city. Dee. 4. Geo rare
Boruff. Funeral notice later. The re
mains are at the residential funeral par
lors of Miller A Trace y.
LUBLIN ER. FLORIST.
82S Morrison at.. Portland hotel. Mar. T51
34a Morrison, net. .Hay. ana riifK. Mar. 27.
Portland's Leading Flower Shops.
MARTIN A FORBES CO.. florists. 854
Washington. Main 269. A 120tf. Klowera
for all occasions artistically arranged.
CLARKE BROS., florists, 287 Morrison st.
Main 770tf. Fine flowers and floral de
signa No branch stores.
IKVINGTON PARK FLORAL CO., 4th and
Yamhill. Funeral designers; lowest prices.
MAX M. SMITH. Main 7215. A 3121. Sell
ing Dullaing. Bixm aau jiiuor sis.
TONSETH FLORAL CO.. 287 Washington
B 1 1 net. etn aau uin, nam iw A- iidl
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all cases of alleged cru
elty to animals. Office room. 163
courthouse. Phone Main S7I from
1 1 U. to i P. M.
The society has full chares of th
city pound at its home. 635 Columbia
boulevard. Phone any time. Wood-
lawn 74. Dogs for sale. Horse am
Kuianca for sick or disabled horses.
Small animals painlessly electrocuted
when neceasary. and stray animals
' MEETING NOTICES. ',
ALL MASONS AND FRIENDS I
ALKADER SHttl.VK iA u
will entertain at an Infor
mal dance and card party
Monday evening, December
S. 8'4i o'clock. i'hrlslt?nei a
hall. 11th and Yamhill sta
Excellent music assured. Ad
mission $2 per couple. Tick
ets may be obtained at
Brady A Oliver cigar stand,
Yeon bldg.. and the K.or
shelm shoe store. Morcan
CARL B. WILLIAMS. Chairman.
EASTGATE LODGE. NO.
155. A. F. AND A. M. Special
cornj munlcatlon Saturday even
ing. Dec 6. 7:30 o'clock. Work
In M. M. degree to be con
ferred by team from court
house. East &oth and Gllsan St.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. E. P. MEKTZ. W. M.
C. P. NELSON, Sec.
PORTLAND LODGE, NO.
55. A. F. AND A. M. Special
communication this (Friday)
evening. 5 o'clock, Masonio
temple. Work In F. C. degree.
Visltinc brethren welcome. By
order of W. M.
H. J. HOUGHTON. Sec
WASHINGTON" LODGE, NO
48. A. F. AND A. M. Specla,
communication, this (Friday"
evening. 7:30 o'clock. East Sta
and Burnside. M. M. degree.
Visitors welcome. By order
J. H. RICHMOND. Sec
SELLWOOD LODGE. NO.
131. A. F. AND A. M. Special
meeting this (Friday) even
ing. 8 o'clock. M. M. de
gree will be conferred by the
1 police team. Visitors wel
come. Refreshments. By order of W. VL
J. H. BUTLER. Sec
ALBERT PIKE LODGE. NO.
163. A. F. AND A. M Special
communication today (Friday).
Dec S, at 2 o'clock P. M. and
evening. M. M. degree. Vis
iting brethren welcome.
G. W. COOK. 8ec
ROSE CITT CHAPTER, NO.
86, O. E. S. Regular meeting
this. (Friday) evening, at 8
o'clock. Degrees, election of
. officers, payment of dues. By
SARAH B. GUER1N. Sec
Take notice All members of lodges
ro. 0.1, in ana isaa are cordially Invit
ed to bring their wives, mothers, slitters
and daughters and attend an entertain.
ment tnis (Friday) evening, Dec 5. in the
large nan. lt 4tn. at o clock, given
by the ladies' auxiliary of the machinists
NO. TT, W. O. W meets at
their hall. East Sixth and
East Alder streets, every
Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting neighbors always
J. O. WILSON. Clerk.
WILL meet this (Frldarl
evening at 7:30 o'clock at
TM Alder il Work In the
second degree. Visitors wel
FRED COZENS. Sec
L. W. wkisenborn. N. a.
WE B FOOT CAllf NO. 64. WOODMEN
OF THE WORLD, meeta every Friday
night at W. O. W. temple. 128 11th street.
All members welcome. Kum to Kamp
riaay night. l L. ptHoun. Clerk.
EMBLEM jewelry, buttons, charms, plna.
new designs. Jaeger Bros.. 131-8 6th at.
FRIEDLANDER'S for lodge emblems.
class pins and medals. 810 Washington su
Of W. M.
HAMILTON At Marshfleld. Or.. Iec 2. I 1 (y m 1 (fk SpmnH frf--191.
R.v. C. L. Hamilton, pastor of A OCtUIlU OCred
Al&rshfleld M. K. church, a red 64 years
10 mon tha and 26 days, beloved husband
or f&nny i. Hamilton, latner or ur. tt.
R. Hamilton of Portland, Dr. V. I Ham
ilton of Coquille. Or.; Ir. C. W. Hamil
ton of Dristal, Pa.: Mrs. M. B. Everett
and John Hamilton of Portland, Miss
r&ncea Mar ill ton at home. Mrs. J. u.
Snyder, wif.j of Lieutenant Snyder, at
t-a.mp lcwu.; son oi Mrs. w. i-i. nainu
ton Sr., brother of W. H.. K. D.. S. E..
. E. and Walter H. Hamilton. Mrs. A.
E. Whiteside and Mrs. C A. Cook. Body
Is at R. W. Gable & Co., successors to
W. H. Hamilton Undertaking: Co., East
79th and Gllsn. Services Saturday, De
cember e. at 2 P. M.
will lie In state
church. 12th and Taylor.
offlcatlng, assisted by Portland A
rial association. Body w
from 1 to 1 :45 at the church. Inter
ment Mt Scott Park cemetery.
A PLAN A LP Th funeral services of the
late Elizabeth Aplanalp. who died in this
City Dec. 3, will be held tomorrow, Dec.
6, (Saturday), at 2 P. M. from the chapel
of the Skewes Undertaking Co., cor. 3d
and Clay. Friends and members of the
Swiss Ladies' Aid society, and Aster cir
cle No. 153, Neighbors of Woodcraft, also
Germanla Sisters lodge ino. a. o. u
H. F.. are Invited to attend. Interment
Rose City cemetery.
TRBSSLER In this city. Doc 4, Krnest
E. Tressler, aged 42 years, late of 892
Tillamook st., husband of Mrs. Eliza
beth R. Tressler, brother of Mrs. Lillian
D. Walte, Mrs. Ruth Gillette, Mrs. Ethel
S. Mercer and Miss Carrie Tressler of
this city. The funeral services will be
held Saturday, Dec. 6th, at 2:30 o'clock
P. M. at inieya, .Montgomery at riitn.
ROBERTS -At her home, 1034 Macadam
t., Clara Roberts, age 53 years, beloved
wife of James A. Roberts and mother of
Mrs. Reta Hull. The funeral services
will be held from the above residence
Saturday, Dec 6, at 2 P. M. Friends
Invited. Interment In the. family plot
in Hiverxiew cemetery. Arraneementa
in care of F. S. Dunning. Inc. 414 East
CHTNOWKTH At the residence. 482
12th at-, James Chynoweth. aged 69
veavrs. beloved brother of Mrs. Thomas
Wlthyeombe and th late William Chy
noweth. Friends invited to attend the
funeral services at Foster Prairie ceme
tery at 3 P. t tomorrow (Saturday)
Dec. 6, 1910.
TALM In this city, at 267 Wasco st. Dee.
2, Charles J. Talm, age 74 years. Fu
neral services will be held at Dunning- &
McEntee funeral parlors. Broadway and
Ankeny St., Friday. December 5, at 2
P. M. Friends invited. Interment Mult-
- nomah Park cemetery.
BEAZAN The funeral services for the
late John Henry Beazan will be held at
the chapel of Chambers Co., 248-2M)
Klillngsworth ave,, at 2:30 P. M. Sat
urday, December 6, instead of Friday,
as was announcea previously.
LIMOUSINES for funeral services. JONEd
AUTOMOBILE LIVERY. Marshall 114.
Hohnan Undertaking Co.
Third and Salmon Streets. .
Main S07. A 1511. 1
MILLER & TRACEY
Perfect Funeral Service for Lam.
Independent Funeral Directors.
Wbq. t.. bt. K0th-21at., west side.
Main 26a 1. Ldy Assistant. A 7883,
Dunning & McEntee
Pin at. Phone Broadway 430.. A 4&&.
J.P. FINLEY & SON
PROGRESS I v n. r r-rvAu viae,v. x vn.s
Main 9. Montgomery at 5th. A 1599.
McENTEE & EILERS
i n.riari with all the privacy of a
home. 16th and Everett sta. Phone Broad-
way 2133; Home, A 2138.
v n nllNNlNQ. INC..
in r Aldet. Pbone East 52.
b tmft service, personal direction, free
vmi ot floral cbanel and aulo equipment.
DOWNING & McNEMAR
lltn ana jiay in,
East 781. T 1033.
tr. i-t. itvw
Twelfth and Morrison sta
A. D. KEN WORTHY CO.,
6802-04 9-d "- 1-enta. Tabor 6267.
A" n 7CI I CD PR 692 Williams Ave.
,11, .LLLLn uUi East loss, c loss.
BREEZE & SNOOK jffg ffi,
SKEWES UNDERTAKING COMPANY. 3d
ind Clay. M 4162. A 2221. Lady assistant.
' MONCMENT, '
" PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS
tW 4th 8t.. Opp Cltr Halt, Nea Braa.
krb bLaesing granite co.i
I!? THTrDAT 'MADISON street I
Daily Md In n nn j
Oim tin :
Tw conecatiT times. ........... .!
Ttvree connectit.hr time. ......... oe
tervea conscrutiTe time 3
The following clAMtlic-ationa excfpU 1.
the rate of which t c prr llo per dart
tltutloo Wanted Male, Situation
Wanted r emale. No d take for lew
than two line. Count mix words to th
Line. Advertisements 4 except "Person
als") will he taken over the telephone
If th advertiser I a suhsertDer to
either phone No prices will b ojnoted
over the phone, but statement will b
rendered tne following- day. Adver
tisements nre taken for The Unity Ore
gon, an until 3:30 p. M.; for The Sun
day Oregon lan until P. &L. featurdmy.
Build Your Own Garage
W. will deliver a
Sectional Garage to you anywhere
in the northwest. Tou can set it
up in a few hours. Send for circuWr.
REDIMADE BUILDING CO.
SIS t. 11th St. Phone last 6114.
THREE - STORY
189 FIRST ST.
BETWEEN YAMHILL AXO TAYLOR.
at auction at the Countv Courthouse.
icLciuoer em. at lu A. At., to the
THREE - STORY
BETWEEN MORRISON AND
at auction at the County Courthouse,
December 8th. at 10 A. il.. to the
f leT J f
vj iv r VJ JJaf O
For All Cars
Prices on Application
Ready-Cut and Portable
lol Colon Are, if,
SEND US YOUR OLD CARPETS
Old Ran ' Woolea Clstklas
We Make Reversible, Baad - Wore
Tkef Wear Like Irea.
Mall Orders. fee ad for Booklet
Has Rosa Waves. AU Slaea.
all Hairs, Steam Cleaned. ai.Sa,
WES'IERN KLIFK BDQ CO.
4 I. .Ion Ave. N. ICast S.. u 17S
WB CALL FOR TOUB OLD
Rsri aad Woolea Clotataav
We Make Ueaatifal 11 and-W uvea
All Work Taraed Oat Promptly.
Raa; Rita Wsvea All Slsea
Mall Orders. Send for Booklet.
Carpets Cleaned, Laid aad Ua
NORTHWEST RCO CO.
I8S East 8th St.
phone bast 35SO
F.E.BOWMAN ? CO.
Complete plans and specifications fur
nished without charge. We will finance
any character of building. Out - of -town
Building for Sale
I si too ma and atorea, centrally located.
I in noD run amiriei. art caan, ai-
terma. JN o trade. laqulre of
&5 and 7 Broadway, brtweea
Oak ana Ankeny.
I Iaveatlarate Oar Plaat aad Rates
Wny assume expensive leases under
present high costs?
CLAY S. MORSE. IXC
Dravase sal Storase.
13th and Gllaasu Phone Bdwy. 3470
We loan our own money on real
estate, first and second mortgages,
contracts, livestock, notes, etc
F. E. BOWMAN A CO.,
310 Chausu of Com. bids. Mala 3028
Marshall 4114. A 411S.
lasproveal city aad faraa prapertr.
tastallsneat rcsaraest prlviles. If
preferred! prompt, reilaals service
A. H. BIRRELL CO.
(17-21I Mortawestera Bisk BuUdlac
Phone your want ads to tha Ore-,
gonian. Main 7070. A, 6095.