THE MORNING OREGONIAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER G, 192S 13 lUSUtfiCW S SEN M RIVE Six Big" Steamers in Motion at Once Early in Day. SIGHT IS PRETTY ONE Growing Commerce of Port With All Sections of World Is In dicated by Movements. Early risers along the waterfront were treated to an unusual sight yesterday morning about 7 o'clock when six steamers, a number of them large intercoastal and trans pacific liners, were in motion at once in the lower harbor in the vicinity of terminal No. 1. Aside from being a pretty sight, the inci dent was significant of the growing commerce of the port with all sec tions of the world. The Columbia Pacific Shipping company's steamer West O'Rowa, just arrived from the orient with general cargo, started the proces sion by coming upstream and slip ping into a berth at terminal No. 1. As the new arrival docked the Bteamer Nebraskan of the same line's intercoastal service, which, Rince Its arrival Saturday, had been discharging New York freight, backed out downstream and then started up for the Inman-Poulsen mill to take on lumber for the re turn trip to the Atlantic seaboard. American Also Moves. The Nebraskan had no more than ffttt into the stream when the Amer ican, also of the intercoastal service of the Columbia Pacific Shipping company, which had been standing by offshore, slipped into the place left vacant by the Nebraskan. The American arrived yesterday morn ing at 5 o'clock from New York and way ports with general cargo. While these vessels Were maneu vering the steamer Deerfield of the Elder & Dempster line's intercoastal service passed by, en route to the Willamette Iron & Steel works to discharge several hundred tons of steel, after discharging a portion of her cargo from Atlantic -points at terminal No. 2. Immediately be hind the Deerfield came the motor ship Challamba of the Ocean Mo torship company's service en route to the St. Johns Lumber company to complete a cargo of lumber for Honolulu after taking on some lum ber at the Inman-Poulsen mill. Daisy Freeman Passes. At the same time the steam echooner Daisy Freeman, bound from Astoria to the Multnomah Lumber & Box company, to finish loading a cargo of lumber for Cali fornia ports, passed upstream. While the maneuvering of the six vessels was going on the lower har bor for several minutes looked busier than Washington street at 6 P. M. Arrivals Included the tanker El Segundo, with oil from San Pedro, which reached the harbor at 9:30 yesterday morning. After discharg ing some cargo she left for Aber deen to discharge the remainder. Aboard the steamer West Kader of the Columbia Pacific Shipping company's oriental service, which got away yesterday afternoon, were 2,504,016 feet of lumber, 27,540 bar rels of flour, 1000 bundles of green aueu nines, Besides a quantity of ...-i.iMi.ei-y, touring cars, canned goods and medicine. ine steamer Daisy Matthews sailed for San Pedro last night at 6 . " - ""-a wilu lumoer. The steamer Admiral ir-. which reached Astoria at 6 o'clock last night from San making her first trip In place of 1UU,13 up ai sail lur repairs. PASSAGE IXQUIRIES MADE .Accommodations .on President Hayes Are Sought. Already inquiries for passenger accommodations in the new service owayne & ttoyt will oDerate he tween Pacific coast ports and those on the east coast of South America are reaching the Portland office of A. M. Gillespie, Inc., especially with reference to the sailing of the steamer President Hayes, the first oi mree or the "o02 ' tvne the shin ping board has assigned to the run. ine chamber of Commerce is in terested in the formation of a trade commission to make the trip so as to develop stronger connections with the southern ports, while individuals are asking for information as to the schedule, passenger fares and the like, which has not been offi cially given o.ut. One inquiry from out of town is for a party of sev eral who plan making the round trip. As the' first steamer sails early in December it is promised the passenger service data will be along shortly. j Steamer Model Exhibited. T. B. Watson, general agent of the Admiral line and E. E. Anderson, city ticket agent, have added a novel attraction to displays at the Pacific International livestock ex position in the way of a model of the steamer Ruth Alexander. The model was turned out at the in stance of the Laskey Players in con nection with a film production, in which the Ruth Alexander was a central scene, so on the completion of the film the model was turned over to the line. It is intended to exhibit later in the city. Two Steamers In From South. There were two arrivals from the south last night in the passenger fleet, the steamer Rose City from San Francisco direct and the steamer Admiral Goodrich from the same port, but by way of Eureka and Mashfield. The latter Is to start on the return trip tonight, while the Rose City sails Tuesday. Tides at Astoria Monday. High. Low. 1:.1T A. M...7.6 feet7:43 A. M...S.1 feet 1:26 P. M...9.1 fppt;8;29 P. AI...O.0 foot Report From Month of Colombia. NORTH HEAD. Nov. 5. Condition of the sea at 5 P. M., smooth; wind, east, 16 miles. Obituary. James Sheehy. James Sheehy, well known local contractor, died at his home, 413 East Tenth street North, yesterday morning, following a short illness. Pneumonia was the cause. Mr. Sheehy, who was 64 years of age, was born in Ireland and came to Portland 38 years ago. For more than 25 years he was engaged in the painting and decorating business witH his brother, William, under the firm name of Sheehy Brothers. On the death of his brother seven years ii . TODAY'S FILM FEATURES. Columbia Thomas Meighan in "The Man Who Saw Tomor row." Majestic Dorothy Dalton Jack Holt in "On the High Seas." Liberty Constance Talmadge in "East Is West." Rivoli Lionel Barrymore in "The Face in the Fog." Blue Mouse "Queen of the Moulin. Rouge." Hippodrome Tom Mix In "For Big Stakes." Circle Rex Beach's "The Iron Trail." NOVELTY, romance and thrills abound in "On the High Seas," a Paramount production with Dorothy Dalton and Jack Holt In the featured roles, and supported by Mitchell Lewis, which Is the current attraction at the Majestic theater. Thig feature is splendidly enacted and directed, excellently photo graphed and is unquestionably one of the best sea adventure stories of the season. The story concerns Itself with a wealthy young woman who is re turning from the orient. Fire breaks out on the ship. It is abandoned. Leone, played by Mfss Dalton, who is late in responding, faints when she learns that she is the only passenger left on the boat. Later she is found by Jim Dorn, played by Mr. Holt, and Joe Polack, played by Mr. Mitchell. They are stokers and were also left on the vessel. The three escape in a small boat from the burning ship. After three days a derelict is sighted; but when they reach that vessel they discover that it is a plague ship filled with corpses. They cast these overboard and make the vessel habitable. Polack cast envious eyes, upon Leone. One night, during a fierce storm, he enters her 1room and is about to attack her when Dorn ap pears.' This part of the picture re veals about as healthy a scrap as we have seen in piotures in some time. Subsequently, Polack Is killed by a falling mast, and the remaining two are rescued by a battleship. Reaching California Leone rejoins ago Mr. Sheehy retired from busi ness. ' He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Sarah Sheehy, by a sister, Kath erine; a daughter, Marguerite, and by three sons, James S. and Robert of Portland, and Lieutenant John W. Sheehy, U. S. A., now on duty at Honolulu. Funeral services will be held at the Holy Rosary church, Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. Interment will be at Riverview cemetery. Louis B. Larson. SOUTH BEND, Wash.. Nov. 5. (Special.) The funeral of Louis B. Larson, a pioneer South Bend resi dent, was held Saturday from the Commercial Club building here. Mr. Larson came to South Bend during the boom in 1889-90. He was born in Sweden in 1864 and came to this country in 1886, settling in Wiscon sin. He then came to South Bend and had lived here ever since. Mr. Larson is survived by his widow and a brother, John, in South Bend, and by. a mother and three sisters in Sweden. The body was sent to Portland for cremation. S. B. Sanderson. WALLA WALLA, Wash., Nov. 6. S. B. Sanderson, 34, for the past four years editor of the Freewater Times, died last night in Freje-Wa-ter. judge mm COMING UNIVERSITY OP WASHINGTON NAMES ENVOY. Alumnus to Represent School at Home-Comlng Fete November 10 and 11, in Eugene. PUGET SOUND BUREAU, Seat tle, Wash.. Nov. 5. Judge King Dykeman Of the King county supe rior court has been named as the University of Washington's ambas sador to the University of Oregon's home-coming celebration, November 10 and 11. In the exchange of courtesies inaugurated this year, Richard Shore Smith of Eugene, one of the greatest football players of his time, will come as the Univer sity of Oregon's ambassador to the home-coming celebration of the University of Washington on the same dates. Mr. Smith played football at the University of Oregon from 1896 to 1901, the last two years as captain. Later he entered the law school of Columbia University and for three years wore the colors of that insti tution on the gridiron, on the crew, and on track and field. His work in the backfield of the Columbia eleven was of such character that he was named by football critics as the all-American fullback in 1903. ,He returned to tne Oregon team as coach for 1904, and the following year was coach at Columbia. Mr. Smith will be the guest of the HOME-COMING WEEK AMBASSADORS OF OREGON AND WASHINGTON. i"1!' '..tiLrA; RICHARD S. SMITH, OREGON, AND JUDGE KING DVKBMAK, WASHINGTON. Judge King Dykeman or Seattle, representing the University of Wash ington, and Kichard Shore Smith of Eugene, representing the University of Oregon, have been chosen by these respective institutions to be the ambassadors to the home-coming celebrations which are to be held November 11. Judge Dykeman is justice of the superior court of KingVcounty, is a former president of the University of Washington Alumni association and is now a member of the executive commltteeof the alumni ssociation. Richard S. Smith is well known among Oregon alumni c-cles for his great football record. He played with Oregon five years and went to Columbia university, New York, played three, years with the varsity team there, and in the two successive years coached both the Oregon and Columbia football aggregations. Ha is now a Eugene attorney. r her family, leaving Dorn, whom she ; has neglected, very disconsolate. Her ' ' a position as manager oi u.o . fiance now insists upon an early if"""11 Lumber company at Pivl weddingi When she is being driven i nce " to the church for that event her car TACOMA. Wash., Nov. 8. The Vic is held up. A masked man forces ; toria and the Northwestern both aro ex her t enter hi machine. Leone ; pected here Monday from Alaskan ports recognizes in her abductor Jim Dorn, j w"h .carf f e for the smelter. It . .. i. .i tk.o fnmn to I '5 understood that the Northwestern will and 8he is overjoyed. They come to bg tak(m WJ mn geaUle for about a fine mansion, where a clergyman tnree weeka to pern;it the remodeling is waiting, ana Jim lniorms uei i it .is the home of his future bridev Then the secret of Jim's wealth and high social position are revealed. Special Theater Concerts. Miss Gladys JohnJon, cellist of the Rivoli theater orchestra, scored nice ly with her solo number at the con cert yesterday. "The Merry Widow" selections and the captivating waltz "L'Estudiantina" were the outstand ing hits registered by the orchestra, under the direction of Salvatore San taella. Henri Keates, organist, scored a double-header at h's concert yester day. The Keates contest was as merry and popular as ever. Addi tionally, he introduced a new stunt of having the entire audience sing some of the old tunes. They were slightly timid at first, but after he once got them started they heeded no further coaxing. Screen Gossip. Louise de la Ramee died in pov erty, and scarcely a soul noticed her death. But under her nom de plume oftOuida she wrote "Under Two Flags," an immortal epic of love and war which shall endure as long as literature. Made into a play for Blanche Bates, it gained additional fame. The greatest medium of all is the screen, and a film version of "Under Two Flags," made by Uni versal and starring Princilla Dean, comes to the 'Rivoli theater soon. Tod Browning directed Miss Dean, the same combination which pro duced the sensational success, "Out side the Law." "Straight From Farts," In which Ciana Kimball Young is featured, has been booked by the Majestic theater. Florence Vidor plays opposite Mil ton Sills in "Skin Deep," which is coming to the Liberty theater. Washington Alumni association in Seattle, November 10 and 11. He will speak at the college night cele bration November 10. On the fol lowing day he will be a gtfest of honor at the Washington-California game in the stadium. Judge Bykeman, the Washington ambassador to Oregon, graduated from the law school here in 1903. Pacific Coast Shipping Notes. ASTORIA. Or., Nov. 5. (Special.) After discharging fuel oil in Portland the tank steamer Fafink H. Buck sailed at 1 o'clock this morning for California. The tank steamer El Segundo, bringing a i-.ar.ro of luel oil for Astoria 'and Port land, arrived at 12 o'clock last night from California. The steam schooner Multnomah, laden with 725,000 feet of lumber from St. Helens and 200,000 feet from Westport. sailed at 3 o'clock today for Los Ange les. The steamer American arrived at 7 o'clock last night from Puget sound and will take on freight at Portland and As toria for the -Atlantic seaboard The Japanese steamer Ayaha Maru, which was delayed here yesterday on ac count of being libeled, sailed at 10 o'clock last nieht for Japan. The motorship Callfornian, with freight from Portland and Astoria, sailed at fi:30 tonight for Europe. The steamer Mystic arrived at 10 o'clock today from Belllngham and, went to Portland, The steamers Hannawa, Roman Prince, Santa Paula and Admiral Evans are due, en route to Portland. The steam schooner Flavel is due and will load a full cargo of lumber at War- ronton. SAN PEDRO, Cal., Nov. 5. The freighter Lehigh, after unloading many tons of freight here, sailed for Portland Me., late today. The Casiana, yacht of E. L. Doheny, oil promoter, arrived home early today from a cruise to the Hawalan islands. Three passenger steamers, the Ruth Alexander, from San Diego; the Harvard and the Humboldt, trom Han trrancisco, the -latter by way of Santa Barbara, ar rived here today. The Harvard pro ceeded to San Diego and the others left for San Francisco. SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 5. Three big liners of the Luckenbach fleet mnow taking on cargoes here, the F. J. Luck enbach having arrived today from north Atlantic ports and the Florence Luoken bach from gull ports, each bringing about 4000 tons of miscellaneous freight. An other Luckenbach freighter, the Ka trina. has been loading 65,000 cases of canned salmon here during the last few days and is due tax shift to Tacoma to morrow to complete .loading, after which she will leave direct for Philadelphia. Big shipments will be loaded by the steamship "William A. McKenney of the Crowell & Thurlow Intercoastal line, which la due In Seattle Wednesday. The vessel will take 4,000,000 feet of lumber, 1200 tons of copper and 3000 tons of general freight in Seattle, Tacoma and Everett for the east coast. She Is ex pected to leave the sound November 18 and steam direct for Baltimore. SAN FRANCISCoTnov. 6 A partial resumption of the rate war, reported to have been ended a tew days ago by the San Francisco conference was reported today when word was received here that one line was quoting 5 cents less per hun dred weight on west-bound steel car goes. West-bound cargoes only are af fected and established companies are disregarding the underbidding. California shippers are agitating the allocation of two or more shipping board steamers for single voyages to the north - Atlantic ouring December, It was re ported today. Slight boiler trouble delayed the ar rival here yesterday of the Pacific Mall liner President ' Tart. The craft put In tonight and after passing quarantine will dock early tomorrow morning, according to announcement from the company of fices. The Taft carrier a heavy cargo of general merchandise and a full passenger list. ' R. S. James, who recently resigned as manager of the Luckenbach Steamship company, announced today his acceptance or ner passenger accommodations. witn a part cargo or sugar irom oan Francisco the Admiral Dewey is ex pected to tie ap at the Commercial dock Aionoay morning. Bringing Daoer from Powell River. B. C, the Comanche will arrive Monday. A general mixed consignment Is aboard the Pennsylvania, United American line ship, due here Monday from Europe.. Movements of Vessels. PORTLAND. Nov. 5. Arrived at 5 A' M., steamer American, from New York and way ports; ateamer Daisy Freeman, rrom San Pedro; at 2 A. M., steamer O'Rowa, from Yokohama and way ports; at 9:30 A. M., steamer El Segundo, from San Pedro. Sailed at 4 P. M.. steamer West Kader, for the orient; at 0 P. M., steamer Daisy Matthews, for San Pedro; at 7 P. steamer El Segundo, for Aberdeen. ASTORIA, Nov. 6. Arrived and left up at 8 last night, steamer American, from New York and- way ports. Sailed at mid night, Japanese steamer Ayaha Maru, for the orient. Sailed at 2 A. M-, steam er Multnomah, for San Pedro via San Francisco. Arrived at midnight attd left up at 1 A M., steamer El Segundo. from San Pedro. Sailed at 5 A. M., steamer Frank H. Buck, for San Francisco. Ar rived at 11:05 A M. and left up at noon. steamer Mystic, from New Orleans and way ports. Arrived at 5:05 P. M., steam er Flavel, from San Pedro. Arrived at 8 P. M., steamer Admiral Evany, from San Francisco. SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 8. Sailed at 2 A. H steamer Admiral Farragut, from Portland for San Pedro and San Diego. Sailed at 0 A. M., steamers Wm. A. Mc Kenney and Andrea F. Luckenbach, from New York and way ports for Portland. SAN PEDRO, CaT7 Nov. 5. Arrived: Casiana, from Honolulu, 1:40 A. M. ; Ruth Alexander, from San Diego. 7:15 A. M. ; Harvard, from San Francisco, 11 A. M. ; Humboldt, from San Francisco, via Santa Barbara, 12:15 P. M. ; Admiral Farragut, from Portland, via San Fran cisco, 7 P. M. iSailed: Everett for Everett, A. M. ; W. S. Porter for Linnton. 6:30 P, M., No vember 4; Sam Lamberto for Balboa, 8:15 A. M. ; Los Angeles for Martinet, 8:30 A. M. ; Lehigh for Portland, Me., 5:45, November 4; Ruth Alexander for San Francisco, 5 P. M.; Harvard for San Diego, 3 P. M.; Humboldt for San Francisco, via Santa Barbara, 8 P. M. SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 5. Arrived: Florence Luckenbach, from Mobile, 8 P. M.; Admiral Dewey, from Oakland, 10 P. M. ; Admiral Sebree, from Tacoma, noon; F. J. Luckenbach, from New ,York, 6 A. M. Departed: Admiral Sebree for San Francisco. 6 P. M. ; Santa Rita for San Pedro, noon; Vakata Maru for Kobe, 11 A. M. ; Arabia Maru for Vancouver, B. C, 5:15 A. M. TACOMA, Wash., Nov. 5. Departed: Admiral Sebree for San Francisco, 9 A. M.; Griffco for Stewart, B. C, 3:30 P. M. Ship Reports by Radio. By the Radio Corporation of America. (The Radio Corporation of America in co-operation with the United States public health eervioe and the Seamen's Church institute, will receive requests for medical or surgical advice through its KPH San Francisco station without cost.) Ail positions reported at 8 P. M. yes terday unlf-s otherwise indicated. CHINA. San Francisco for the orient, 229-i milea west of Honolulu, Novem ber 4. NANKING, Hongkong for San Fran cisco, 2016 miles west of Honolulu, No vember 4. WEST ISLIP, San Francisco for New Zealand, 905 miles from Honolulu, No vember 4. TASCALUSA, San Pedro for Shanghai, 2213 miles west of San Pedro, Novem ber 4. MONTEBELLO. Mahukona for Kanaa pall, anchored at Kanaapali, Novem ber 4. STUART DOLLAB. Vancouver for Yo kohama, 1670- miles from Vancouver, November 4. MAUI, Honolulu for San Francisco, 844 miles from San Francisco, Novem ber 4. MATSONIA, San Francisco for Hono lulu, 1188 miles from San Francisco, No vember 4. HAROLD DOLLAR, Karatsu for San Pedro, 1041 miles from San Pedro, No- vemher 4. CHESTERSUN, Philadelphia or San j Pedro, 860 miles outheast of San Pedro, J at noon, November 4. PRESIDENT GRANT, Yokohama for Seattle, 888 miles from Seattle, Novem ber 4. ATLAS, Tacoma for Richmond, 404 miles from Richmond. PRESIDENT HARRISON, Honolulu for San Pedro, 396 miles from San Pedro. LIEBRE, San Pedro for Tokuyama, 1671 miles from San Pedro. SHABONEB, San Pedro for Itozaki, 1546 miles west of San Pedro. EL SEGUNDO, Gasco for Aberdeen, seven miles from Gasco. H. F. ALEXANDER, San Francisco for Seattle, 803 miles south of Seattle. MEXICO, San Francisco for San Pedro, 37 miles south of San Francisco. HYADES, Kanaapali for San Fran cisco, Ft4 miles from San Francisco. ENTERPRISE, Hilo for San Francisco, 1727 miles west of San Francisco. ' CULBURRA, Dutch harbor foe. San Francisco, 770 miles north of San Fran cisco. APUS, San Pedro for Yokohama, 1507 miles west of San Pedro. COL. E. L. DRAKE, Honolulu for San Pedro, 1415 miles from Saa Pedro. . GRIFFDU, San Pedro for Selby, 190 miles from San Pedro. ADMIRAL DEWEY, Victoria for Seat tle, 48 miles from Victoria. COLUSA, San Franci:o for Vancou ver, 683 miles- north of San Francisco. SUNBEAM, Philadelphia for San Padro, 2360 miles south of San Pedro. LEVANT ARROW, San Francisco for New York, 2565 miles south of San Fran cisco. ELDORADO. New Orleans for San Dleg.o, 1506- miles from San Diego at noon. ROYAL ARROW, Nagasaki for San Pedro. 1282 miles from San Pedro. NILE, San Francisco for Honolulu, 408 miles west of San Francisco. DOROTHY ALEXANDER, Seattle and Victoria for San Francisco. 215 miles from Seattle. ADMIRAL SCHLEY, Seattle for San Francisco, 139 miles from San Fran cisco. ANNETTE ROLPH, Portland for San Francisco, 178 miles north of San Fran cisco. LOUIS LUCKENBACH, Philadelphia for San Pedro, 1416 miles south of San Pedro, at noon. F. H. HILLMAN. San Francisco for Philadelphia, 2608 miles south of - San Francisco. RICHMOND, San Pedro for Portland, 85 miles south of the Columbia river. VIKING, St. Helens for Redondo, 573 miles south of St. Helens. ADMIRAL EVANS, San Francisco for Astoria, 20 miles from Astoria- FRED BAXTER, Blaine for San Pedro, 200 miles from Blaine. ERNEST H. MEYER, Grajrs harbor for San Pedro, 71 miles from Grays harbor. J. A. MOFFETT, Seattle for Richmond, 565 miles from Richmond. CHARLIE WATSON. San Pedro for Portland, 469 miles from San Pedro. COTTON PLANT, Coos bay for San Francisco,- 62 miles north of San Fran cisco. H. M. STOREY, San Pedro for Rich mond. 260 miles from Richmond. MYSTIC, Bellingham for Portland, passed Astoria. SCALARIA, Rotterdam for San Fran cisco, 633 miles south of San Francisco. C. A. SMITH, San Francisco for Coos Bay, 46 miles south of Coos Bay. CHESTER SUN. Philadelphia for San Pedro, 660 miles southeast of San Pedro at noon. IOWAN, San Pedro for New York, 1038 miles south of San Pedro. SANTA CLARA, San Francisco for New York, 1598 miles northwest of Bal boa. . ' YANKEE -ARROW, San Francisco for Beaumont, 1672 miles south of Ban Fran cisco LEHIGH, San Pedro for Philadelphia, 280 miles south of San Pedro. ANATINA, Balboa for San Francisco, 638 miles south of San Francisco. H. T. HARPER, San Pedro for Seat tle. 30 miles from San Pedro. BOOBYALLA, San Pedro for San Fran cisco, 82 miles from San Francisco. CITY OF LOS ANGELES, San Pedro TWio's elected y w RURAL fVEl;iI:K DISTRICTS MBkwl Jft Mm both parties tmmMMTi. Surging crowds in the streets the suspense of waiting first one can didate in the lead, then the other an outlying section Vpsets predic tions at last a message from the "choice of the people." The immedi ate thrill of it all, formerly confined to political headquarters, now goes into every home equipped with the foremost, reliable radio receiving set. TRADE MARK UcTheres a Rcdiola Jdr every purse1 From $25 to $350. See your nearest RCA dealer today. 233 Broadway, New York for Honolulu, 420 miles west of Los Ange les. EAGLE, San Pedro for Boston, 885 miles south of San Pedro. SAN LAMBERTO, Wilmington for Van couver, left Wilmington at 8 A. M. WILLIAM A. McKENNY, San Fran cisco for Portland, 30 miles north of Point Reyes at noon. VIGILANT, Belllngham for San Pedro, 120 miles west of Heceta Head. PAUL LUCKENBACH, Puget sound for Sail Francisco, 525 miles north of San Francisco. CELILO, Everett for San Francisco, 30 miles from Everett. HEATHER anchored at Ship harbor. PRESIDENT GRANT, 607 miles from Seattle. COLUSA, San Francisco for Vancou ver, 683 miles north of San Francisco. VICTORIA, Nome for Seattle, 72 miles from Seattle. RICHMOND, San Pedro for Portland, 80 miles from Columbia river. ADMIRAL DEWEY, Victoria for Se attle, 48 miles from Victoria. ' RAINIER, Port Angeles for San Fran cisco, 665 miles from San Francisco. EQUATOR (tug), Quiilayute tor Port Angeles, 20 miles from Quiilayute MAKAWELI, Mukilteo for Kanaapali, 40 miles from Mukilteo, November 4. EQUATOR, tug, Neah bay, Novem ber 4. WHEATLAND MONTANA. Vancouver for Yokohama, 1794 milea from Seattle, November 4. EASTERN SAILOR, Portland for Yo kohama, 1801 miles from the Columbia river, November 4 PRESIDENT McKINLEY, Seattle for Yokohama, 2759 miles from Seattle, No vember 4. ALAMEDA, discharging at Juneau, No vember 4. 1 NORTHWESTERN, Juneau for Wran gell. 25 miles south of Juneau, No vember 4. ADMIRAL WATSON. Cordova for Val dez. IS miles from Valdez. November 4. VIGILANT, Bellingham for San Pedro, 120 miles west of Heceta head. HANNAWA, Yokohama for Portland, 15 miles from North Head. PAUL LUCKENBACH, Puget sound for San Francisco, 52 miles north of San Francisco. RAINIER, Port Angeles for San Fran ciscq. 065 miles' from San Francisco. EQUATOR, tug, Quiilayute for Port Angeles, 30 miles from Quiilayute." ADMIRAL DEWEY, Victoria for Se attle, 4S miles from Victoria. CELILO, Everett for San Francisco, 20 miles from Everett. HEATHER, United States lighthouse tender, anchored in Ship harbor. PRESIDENT GRANT. 607 miles from Seattle. COLUSA, San Francisco for Vancou ver, 683 miles north of San Francisco. VICTORIA, Nome for Seattle, 73 miles from Seattle. RICHMOND, San Pedro for Portland. 852 miles from the Columbia river. CITY OF RENO, San Pedro for Avon. 124 miles south of San Francisco. , DAKOTAN, San Pedro for San Fran cisco, 110 miles south of San Francisco. ROMAN PRINCE, Vancouver for Port land, 80 miles north of Columbia river. MAKAWELI, Mukilteo for Kanaapali, 277 miles from Mukilteo. TUSCANSTAR, Cuba for Vancouver, &5 nriles south of San Francisco. CANADIAN FARMER, San Pedro for San Francisco. 50 miles from San Pedro. RtjTH ALEXANDER, Wilmington for San Francisco, 4 miles from Wilmington. SURUGA, Victoria for Balboa, 84 miles west of Punta Santiago SYLVAN ARROW, San Francisco for Taku Bar, 2767 miles from San Francisco. PACIFIC, Honolulu for Vancouver, DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. PORTLAND, Nov. 5. Maximum tem perature, 4ft degrees: minimum, 40 de grees. River reading. 8 A. M., 3.2 feet. Change in last 24 hours, 0 5 "foot rise. Total rainfall (5 P. M. to 5 P. M.), none; total rainfall since September 1, 1922, 6.82 inches; normal rainfall since Sep-' tember 1, 6.50: excess of rainfall since September 1, 1922. .032 inch. Sunrise. 6:58 A. M.: sunset, 4:52 P. M. Total sunshine November 5. B5 minutes; possi ble sunshine. 9 hours 54 minutes. Barom eter (reduced to sea level), 5 P. M., 30.07 Inches. Relative humidity, 5 A. M., 92 per cent; at noon, 79 per cent; at 5 P. M-, 63 per cent. THB WEATHER. 3 Wind. 33 STATIONS. I Weather. Baker .....I 26 4210 ..I 4s;o. .B0i..!W .001. .W .00I..IW .001. . SB .14!24js .00!. ,SB ,01il4SW .00!..! .001101SE .001121SW .00'. . I.... .00U81SW . 001. .fSW .06i..NW .021. .iSW Boise Boston . . Calgary .. Chicago . Denver . . D. Moines Eureka . 560. 48:0. tiliiO 48.0 00. 56)0. 7810 Galveston i Helena ...I Juneaut Kan. City. L. Angeles Marshfield I Medford ..I Minneap's j N. Orleans New Yorkl N. Head..) Phoenix ,. Pocatello .1 Portland. 1 40 0. 40i0 60 0. 700 54 0 4810. 60,0 82j0 Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy 40 001. .ISE 001. . SB Pt. cloudy 58:0 Clear 40 4810 66!0 .00il6iE Cloudy 00..XW 001. . SW 00.. INE 001.. IN Clear . .. 3810 40 so:o Cloudy Cloudy Rain Cloudy Rose burg I Sacram'to St. Louis.. Salt Lake.' San Diego.. S - Franc'o Seattle ... SItkat Spokane . Tacoma Tatooah Is. Valaezt . . 441 520. 42j 58 !0 .001. . .36118 .001 . . 72!0 4010 0410 pt. cloudy jiear .OOllQj Clear 6010 .00110 Pt. cloudy 500 44(0 00.. .001.. Cloudy 40!0 4.1:0 480 i.00..l Clear Cloudy 00' . 00 26 (Cloudy 4210 4610 6210. 50 0 .00 J- Walla Waj Pt. cloudy Pt. cloudy Washing'n Winnipeg Yakima . Ram Cloudy 48:0 .00 tA. M. lng day. today. P. M. report of preced- FORECA6TS. Portland and vicinity Rain; southeast rlv winds. Oregon and Washington Rain; strong southeasterly gales along tne coast. Southeast storm warnings were drd t P. M. for all Oreiron and Washington stations for a storm off Queen Charlotte island moving souttt- &n at Gtrnnv annftiaa at or xr o-aipa arm f- f pected tonight and Monday north ot ' Cape Blanco, . This symbol of quality it your protection AEG. W-S- PAT. OFJ 1506 miles Northwest of Honolulu at noon. By Federal Telegraph Company PRESIDENT McKINLEY, Seattle for Yokohama, 275S xnilea west of Seattle, November 4. PRESIDENT CLEVELAND, Kobe for Shanghai, 510 miles south of Kobe, No vember 4. YORBA LINDA, Tokuyama for San Pedro, 2090 miles east of Tokuyama, November 4 at noon. LOGAN, Manila for San Francisco, 256 miles east of Honolulu, November 4 at noon. MEIGS, San Francisco for Manila, 857 miles west of Honolulu, November 4 at noon. BYRON D. BENSON, New York for San Pedro, 1632 miles , south of San Pedro, November 4 at noon. LEWIS LUCKENBACH, New York for San Francisco, 1720 miles southeast of San Pedro, November 4 at noon. GRANT, San Francisco for Manila, 1201 miles west of Honolulu, Novem ber 4 at noon. WEST FARALLON. San Pedro for Yokohama. 4905 miles west of San Pedro, November 4 at noon. STANLEY, Kobe for Honolulu, 1812 miles west of Honolulu, November 4 at noon. MARGARET DOLLAR, San Francisco for Yokohama, 2048 miles west of San Francisco, November 4. DILWORTH, Port San Luis for Hono; lulu, 1!I70 miles west of Port San Luis, November 4. PRESIDENT LINCOLN. Yokohama for San Francisco, 2U13 miles west of Honolulu, November 4. HANNAWA, Yokohama for Portland, 25 miles west of Columbia river, Novem ber 4. VENTURA, Sydney for Pan Francisco, 430 miles southwest of San Francisco. FOREST KING, towing Forest Dream, Seattle for San Pedro, 2S0 miles north of San Pedro. WALTER A. LUCKENBACH. San Pedro for Philadelphia, 304 miles south of San Pedro at noon. GEORGINA ROLPH, San Francisco Tor Portland, 1(1 miles from San Francisco November 4. W. S. PORTER, San Pedro for San Francisco, 236 miles north of San Pedro. PAUL LUCKENBACH, Port Ludlow for San Francisco, 520 miles north of San Francisco. GEORGIAN, San Pedro for New York, 1525 miles southeast of San Pedro. WILLAMETTE, San Francisco for Portland, 75 miles south of Columbia river. FRANK H. BUCK, Llnnton for Gavi ota, 200 miles from Ltnnton. HARVARD, San Pedro for San Diego, arriving San Diego. PRESIDENT TAFT, Yokohama for San Francisco, off Pilot boat. MULTNOMAH, St. Helens for San Francisco, 150 miles south of Columbia river. LA PURISIMA, Richmond Beach for Oleum, 80 miles from Richmond Beach. BOHEMIAN CLUB, Port San Luis for Manila, 2433 miles west of Port San Luis. PARATSO. Snn Franrlsro for St. Facial Blemishes Sallow, muddy, roughened at blotched complexions are UN ally due to constipation. When 700 are constipated, net enough of Nature's lubricating liquid is produced in the bowel to keep the food waste soft and moving-. Doctors prescribe Nojol because it acts like this natural lubricant and thus re places it. Nojol is a lubri cant not a medicine or lax ative no can net tripe. Try it today. No. 2 What I know about .COLGATE'S RIBBON DENTAL CREAM I know that t could scrape my teeth clean with a soap leas, gritty tooth paste, but I know that washing is safer than scouring. I know that Colgate's I made from non-gntty chalk and pure soap, which will loosen and wash away injur ious substances in my mouth. I know COLGATPS cleans my i teeth thoroughly and that no . I dentifrice does more. U.S. SHIPPING BOARD Auction Industrial Sites Harbor Frontage Also 70 Residence Sites 70 Comprising THE LIBERTY PLANT, Alameda, California A rare opportunity both rail and water transpor . tation available: Write today for details, TERMS : 10 at time of sale, 20 at time of clos ing sale, balance 1, 2 and 3 years at 5. PAYMENTS MUST BE IN CASH OR CERTIFIED CHECK. Sale takes place in Main Warehouse on the grounds. Tuesday, November 14, 10 A. M. For maps and information communicate with U. S. SHIPPING BOARD EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION AGTS. WASHINGTON, D. C. or GERTH'S REALTY EXPERTS, Auctioneers, New York u NORTH ATLANTIC & WESTERN S. S. CO. WESTBOUND Portland, Me. Boston New York T-hlla. B'ltim're. Ch'rlesfn WABASn ..Nov.. 3 Nov. i E'l'E TKIANGLK .. .Nov. 12 Nov. 15 ARTIGAS Nov. 28 Dec. EASTBOUND . BRUSH Nov. 7 COLD HARBOR , Nov. 21 21 101 Third tt. THE ADMIRAL USE, ffi North COLUMBIA Operating USSB SS West Cayote ..Nov. 25th YOKOHAMA, KOBE, HO(iKOiG, MANILA, DSB SS Pawlet. .Nov. 15th I USSB SS Hannawa .... Dec. 15th USSB SS Wawalona Dec. 20'.h For rates, space, etc., apply to TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT Broadway 6360 S09-522 Board Helena, 408 miles north of San Fran cisco. EVERETT, San Pedro for San Fran cisco, fts miles south of San Francisco. FRANK. G. DRUM, Gaviota tor Hono lulu, 99 milen west of Gaviota. , SAN DIEGO, San Pedro for Tacoma, G6 miles north of San Francisco. LOS ANGELES, San Pedro for Mar tinez, 293 miles from Martinez. CHIHUAHUA, San Francisco for Cor lnto, 110 miles south of Cerros, at noon. ECUADOR. San Francisco for New York, 840 miles south of San Pedro. PRESIDENT WILSON. San Francisco for Yokohama, 1387 miles west of San Franeieco. COLOMBIA. New York for San Fran cisco, at Manzanillo. Cured without Knife, Operation or Confinement T-IOUSANDS of repu table and responsible Northwest people can tes tify to my unfailing skill in curing Piles. Why suffer the pain and discomfort when my non-surgical .method will cure you to stay cured? I rsmovo all doubt as to results by agreaing to refund your fa If I fall lo cur your Piles, no matter how savsro or chronic the casa. Write or call to day for my FREE booklet. CHAS. J. DEAN 2ND AND MORRISON PORTLAN D.OREGON MENTION THIS PAPER WHEN WRITING Rheumatism V'arms and eases i Starts blood coursing through : the congested spot. This relieves ! pressure and soreness. The pain vanishes. In its place is warm, glowing comfort. Try Sloan's on strained and braised muscles. It allays nenralria sod back ache. Breaks up colds in chest. Keep it handy. ! Sloans Liniment-kilts pain! Mr. Shipper We Want TURKEYS, DICKS, GEESE, CHICKENS Top Prices Prompt' Returns FRAWLEY FROni'CB CO. 18 Front St. Portland, Or. Hi I iniiMinirsnw i a e' " ' i, "f i' M t S -VI t S " S INFORMATION OFFICER, Liberty Plant, Alameda, CaL 1 Not. 9 Nov. 20 1 Dec. 6 I WABASH Dec. 1 I BLlfc 1KIAM.LE I BLlfc TIUAM.LE DeclKi i Pacific Coast Agents, Broadway 5481 g?j China Line PACIFIC SHIPPING COMPANY United States Government Ships. DIRECT FREIGHT SKHVICH WITHOUT TRANSHIPMENT HUTWEEJi PORTLAND, ORUtiON. and YOKOHAMA, KOBE, SHtXf.HAI, TAKCBAR (Tlenlnin) OAIHKV USSB BS West OT.owa ....Dec 1st 1 USSB SS West Keats Dec. 31-t of Trade Bids. Portland, Orejjon TT--tr.w.. SAN FR5fl&5G0 & PORTLAND STEA&SSmP COMPANY For San Francisco From Portland Ainsvorth Dock STEAMER ROSE CITY Thursday. II) A. i;.. Nov. IB. Tuesday, 10 A. II. Nov. 7. and every nine days thereafter PASSAGE FARE FROM PCIiTLAtiD , Promenade Deck $28.80 Outside Saloon Deck 26.40 Inside Saloon Deck 24.00 Third Class (Males Onlv) 15 00 Round Trip (First Class) 50.00 All fares .nclude berth and meals while at sea. Aatsmsailes ntmraniil by giBK?m will be cafrhea is Ktm a rate ef SI. CO per IliO winds, aiainia cil. lediu baud u 2000 two's. City Ticket Office 3rd aird Washington Pnone BroadwaY 5631 Freight Office. Ainsworth Dock f aone uroaaway iMtso r T 7i X Ui ASTORIA AND WAY POINTS STRS. .LlRLIXb: AND I'XDINE Dally, Except Saturday, 7:30 P. M. Fare to Aetorla $1.85 One Way J3.00 Round Trip. Week-End Round Trip J2.50. ' THE DALLES -HOOD RIVER Steamer Service Dally. Except Sunday, 7:15 A. M. Fare to The Dalles S1.25. Hood River $1.00. TlPe Harkina Transportation Co. Broadway e:t44. Alder-St. Dock. AUSTRALIA NUW ZEALAND AND SOCHI SKAS Via Tahiti and Raratonxa. Mall and passenger Kervice trom baa k'ranctaca . every US uays. I I'acitle lour, Sonth Sena, New Zealand, Auitralla, ..0.". First flaw. CNION. b. 8. CO. OF NKW ZEALAND, too California St., San KranciM-o, or local kteiuushiD ttud railroad, ajtuclcs, ! s piiMiii SS. Admiral Evans n Srtlls from Municipal Dock No. 2 , J Wednesday, Nov. 8, 10 A. SI. 9 Every Wednesday thereafter. I FOB SAN FRANCISCO, I LOS ANGELES, SAN DIEGO. I SS. Admiral Goodrich 8 Monday, Nov. 6, 7 P. M. 1 MARSHFIELD, ElKEKA. 1 SAN FRANCISCO. I Ticket Office jj 101 THIRD ST., COR. STARK, i g Phone Broadway 5481.