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THE OREGON DAILY;? JOURNAL, PORTLAND, OREGON
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19182
"Efficiency. In , the police depart
ment is impoBBible without the ab
solute cooperation of the civil service
board," Mayor Baker said at a con
ference before members of the-civil
service board and police officers at
police headquarters Thursday after
noon. The mayor urged that a definite un
derstanding between the civil ! service
board and the police department be
arrived at John F. Logan, chairman
of the board, said the board was ready
to arrange such an understanding and
willing to cooperate with the police to
the , fullest extent.
There was ' much discussion as t
what constituted an offense sufficient
to warrant suspension or discharge of
a policeman. Mayor Baker and Logan
agreed that the general inefficiency of
an officer should warrant his ' release
if-the department were to be 100 per
cent efficient i
"If a man Isn't capable of holding
down his Job, he should be released
"from the force, regardless of his high
reputation as a citizen. A. policeman
Is a peace officer and should fulfill
his duties," said the mayor.
Several of the superior officers of
'the force said they were ready to sub
mit names of men on the force who
were liable for release should such a
situation be arrived at
- A conference will be, held next week,
which will include the mayor, members
of the civil service board. District At
torney Walter II. Evans, Deputy Dis
trict Attorney Richard Deich. City At
torney W. P. La Roche, Chief Jenkins
and all police captains, lieutenants and
sergeants. At this time It will be de
cided on what grounds a. policeman Is
subject to. discharge. The general bet
terment of the force . and cooperation
between the police department and the
civil service board should result ' from
such an understanding. Chief Jenkins
safd. - - ,- '
For ; Missing Man
Vancouver, Wash., Nov. 19. That
Mayor R. G. Percival, who has been
missings from Vancouver since October
17, will be found. Is the opinion of mem
bers of his family, who are still carry
ing on an extensive search. ; Although
every possible cltfe has been followed,
rio trace of the missing man has been
discovered. ' ;
Search of farm houses and towns from
Vancouver north to Chehalis is being
made by Ralph G. Percival, son, and
Mrs. Ralph Percival is conducting a
search from Seattle, it is said.
Broken Body of Man
Of 70 Years Found
Astoria, Nov. 19. After a search of
several hpurs the broken body of John
Alfred Larson, aged 70, and a resident
of Fern Hill for 36 years, was found in
the brush near Fern Hill, six miles east
of this city late last night It is thought
that be was hit by the Incoming noon
train yesterday. .
1 80 Days for Larceny
"Philip Acosta was convicted on a
charge of larceny from a person and
sentenced to 180 days in the county jail
by Municipal Judge Rossman this morn
ing. Acosta was accused of snatching a
purse from a down town shopper.
BY LOW CHARTERS
Charter, rates as placed by the
shipping board, are such that for
eign charters in foreign bottoms are
"up in the air." Four vessels were,
taken this morning but the names
not anounced. All craft are flying
the Britsh flag. They are taken for
wheat and will go to the United
Kingdom either direct or for orders.
Shipping board rates have been held
firm at $20 for the United Kingdom, di
rect, and 23 for the continent There
has been a sliding scale to Egypt Brit
ish steamships have been taken at a
rate of from $2 to $3 less. Since the
first of August no American ships have
been taken for foreign delivery and all
foreign deliveries from the Northwest
have been British.
Barley shipments from San Francisco
have' been In French barks and the
stiffening has been sent in steam
schooners from Portland and Puget
Sound. The Pacific conference of traf
fice men failed to announce any agree
ment at the meeting scheduled . to be
held yesterday at Portland, and tele
graphic conference with the San Fran
cisco delegation produced no better in
formation. Japanese steamship lines are cutting
in at a figure less than that of the
British, and three craft are headed for
the Pacific Coast ports for cargo. The
latter will take general foreign (Ori
News of the Port
... - Aerfvsfs Piwreiobe la)
Daisy, ' Americas steamer,' from San Fran
Hawaiian, Americas (teamed from New York;
general. - -
Wankeena, American steamer, from Saa
Francisco; cenerai. .
Departure Mo am bar 1 -
Montasne. American steamer, for Orient; en
eraL 1 .
West Cstnak. American steamer, for United
Hteel Raager, American steamer, for Atlantic
eoast porta; general.
MA RISK ALMA5AC : '
Tldas at Astoria Saturday '
High water. low water.
R:07 a. m. 7.0 feet 1:33 i. m. 2.4 feet
8:23 p. m. 6.5 feet. 2.52 p. m. 3.0 feet.
DAILY RIVER READINGS
8 a. m.. Pacific Time.
Baa Pedro, JJov. 18. Arrived: ' Steamer
Jeptha. from Portland for CaUao. Sailed:
Steamer Cap Henry, from Baltimore, for Port
land via Saa Francisco: steamer Fort Warm,
from New York for Portland via San Francisco.
Shanghai. Nor. 18. Armed: Steamer West
Keats, from Portland. .
Tateech. Nor. 19. Passed to: Steamer W ailing-ford,
from Portland, for Tacoma.
Kobe. Not. 14- ArriTed: West Iris, from
Seattle via Yokohama. - ,
Honolulu. Nor. 18. Sailed: Schooner Vigi
lant, for Puget Sound.
8an Pedro, Nov. 18. Sailed;' Cape Henfv.
for Sao Francisco -and Puget Sound r Culberson,
for United 'Kingdom. '
Astoria. Nov. 18. Sailed: WaUingford, for
Seattle, at 1 p. m. Arrived: Hawaiian, from
Seattle and Tacoma, at 2 p. m.
Vfctoria, Nov. 18. Arrived: Empress of
Russia, from Hongkong via ports, at midnight
Port Townsend, Nov. 18. Passed out: Cross
Keys, for Oriental ports, at 8:30 p. m.; Queen
at 3 p. m.; Iil worth, at 8:30 a. in.; V. S de
stroyer No. 178, st noon.
Be II m ham, Nov. 18. Sailed:
. Noma City,
Port Angeles, Nov. 18. Bailed
for Saa Francisco.
Tacoma, Nov. 18. Ai lived: West Keen,
from San Francisco; Admiral Rodman, from
Ocean Falls; Arizona slant, from Seattle.
Seattle, Waah., Nov. J.i t N. 8.) Ar
rived: Alameda, from southwestern via south
eastern Alaska, 7 a. m. Sailed Katori Man
for Hongkong via Victoria and ports, 10:45 a.
m. Arrived 18. Bravecoeor, from Sianfla, via
San Francisco and Tacoma, rt p. m. ; President,
from San Pedro, via San Francisco and Vic
toria, 10 p. m. ; V aides, from Southwestern
Alaska, via Tacoma, 8 p. m. Sailed 18. Motor
eliip Pescawha, for British Columbia porta, at
2:30 p. m. '
Ketchikan, Nov.. 10. Sailed: Jefferson,
southbound, at 1 a. m.
Manila, Nov. 18. Sailed: Ixioa, for Seattle,
via ports. - :
Sydney, Nov. IT. Arrived: Tahiti, from
Vancouver, via Honolulu.
-Balboa, Nov. U. Arrived; Cape May,
from Kobe, via Comox.
New York, Nov. 17. Sailed: Bessie Dol
lar, for Singapore, via, Vancouver.
San Francisco. Nov. 18. fL N. 8.) Ar
rived, Nov. 18: Hawk, from Trinidad at 10:20
a. m. ; Mayfair, from Eureka at 1:55 p. m.;
Horace X. Baxter, from Seattle at 1:80 P. m.;
Avalon. from Willapa Harbor at p. m. Sailed,
Nov. 18: Yellowstone, for Coos Bay at 12:40
P- m. ; Homer, for Port Orford at 3 a. m, ;
H-4. for Los Angeles at :20 a. m.; Steel El
porter. for London at 11:80 a. m.; Margaret,
for Monterey at 8 :20 p. ra. : Admiral Schley, for
8eattlo at 3 :20 p. m. : Multnomah, for Portland
at 8:40 p. m. Arrived. Nov. 1: Governor,
from Los Angeles st 6 a. m.; W. F. Herrin.
rrom Portland at 7:55 a. m. ; Lyman Stewart,
from Seattle at 10:15 a. m. Sailed, Nov. 19:
West Nilus. for Honolulu at 7 a, m. ; Pleiades,
tor New York at 8 :60 a. ra. ' ,
LICENSES ARE SUSPENDED
; BECAUSE OF, STRANDING
Vancouver, B. CL, Nov. 19. L N. 8.)
Captain Duncan Mackenzie and Chief
Officer McTaggart of Prince Rupert,
B. C.. today began j enforced vacations
of four and two; months,! respectively,
their tickets, being suspended for these
periods by- Wreck Commissioner Mac-e
pherson, following an inquiry .into the
grounding of a steamer ; at Swanson
bay, September 29. It was found that
the ship was off her course, that the
helm was put the wrong way, and that
when this was discovered It was too
late to get the ship back again before
stranding. . .. '
fmatilla . .
Eugene . . .
Albany . . .
Portland . .
) Rise. ( ) Fall
o s o
The "Willamette river will rise Saturday and
AT XEIGHBORIJiG PORTS
Astoria, Nov. 18. Left up at 5 a.
Steamer Daisy. Arrived down at 10 a.
Steamer Montague. Arrived at 10 :05 a.
IT. s. destroyer Renahaw, from 'Bremerton.
Sailed at 10.45 a. m.: Steamer Montague, for
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 18. Steamer West
Keene, fro mPortland, for Honolulu.
Astoria, Nov. 18. Sailed at 1 p. m.: Steam
er Wallingford. for Cailao via Puget Sound. Ar
rived at 1 :55 and left up at 3:30 p. m. : Steam
er Hawaiian, from New York and way ports.
Arrived at 1:55 and left up at 4 p. m.: Steam
er Pacific, from San Pedro. Arrived at 3 and
left up st 4:15 p. m.: Steamer Wahkeena, from
San Francisco, Nov. 18. Sailed: Steamer
Steel Exporter, from Astoria, tar Europe. Sailed:
Steamer Lake Filbert, for Portland via Puget
Sound. Sailed at 7 p. m. : Steamer Multnomah,
fata, rA tmicm
Mmdm from nmt oiU andmSk
lease young taste-NBoA are Gobul
I Swift & Company realize that taste is a matter 6f
the individual; therefore, they make both Premium
Oleomargarine and Gem Nut Margarine.
Both products are equally pure and delicious.
They are made from different ingredients and
differ slightly in flavor to please individual taste.
Their delicate flavor makes them suitable for
serving at table; their fine shortening qualities make
them favorites wherever good cooks turn out superior
cakes and pastries. kv.
The fact that they are most moderately priced as
well as most nutritious is an added advantage.
Both products share in the advantages of the
famous Swift system of wide distribution.
Both are made in fourteen conveniently located
factories, so both -are fresh, pure, and delicious
when they reach you.
Not a hand touches either product in manufacture
or in packing,
"Made daily in our modem Portland factory'
Swift c& Comoanv. U. S A
It's the Greatest Cut Price in Portland
And Portland men ; realize it.
too judging from the way
clothing, furnishings, hats,
and shoes changed hands in
our store yesterday. And it is
the greatest cut price because
it includes our entire stock of
high grade staple brands.
OU'R ENTIRE STOCK
MEN'S AND BOYS' FUR
NISHINGS, SHOES, HATS,
SHIRTS, SUITS, OVER
COATS, RAINCOATS, MACK
INAWS, AND EVERYTHING
THAT MEN AND BOYS
A Thanksgi vi ng Special !
Lion Service $ 5) 17.50
REGULAR $50 GRADE
HANDSOME SHADES OF
GREEN AND BROWN. BLUE
SINGLE AND DOU B L E
$60 to $85 Kuppenheimer Good Clothes Now $45 to $63.75
Save 25 to 30 and More on
for $ 5.00
for $ 6.00
Men's Union - Suits
Regular $ 3.00 grade reduced to..... . $2.25
Regular 3.5 0 grade reduced to.. $265
Regular 4.oo grade reduced to ...$3 00
Regular 5.oo grade reduced to $3.75
Regular I 6.50 grade reduced to $490
Regular 7.50 grade reduced to $560
Regular 8.50 grade reduced to .$6 35
Regular 10.00 grade reduced to... $750
Cooper, Superior, Stuttgarter, Wright's, Medlicott .
1.00 Grade reduced to...l 75 3 for $ 2.00
1.50 Grade reduced to. .... .. .$1.153 for $ 3.00
2.00 Grade reduced to . .$1.50 3 for $ 4.00
2.50 Grade reduced to .$1.90 3 for $ 5.00
3.00 Grade reduced to. . . . . . . .$2.25 3 for $6.00
4.00 Grade reduced to $3.003 for $ 600
5.00 Grade reduced to $3.753 for $10.25
Cotton, Silk, Cashmerev Pure Wool, Wool Mixtures.
Regular 25c grade now.'.... 2Qc
Regular 3 5c grade now ..25c
Regular 50c grade now., ..40c
Regular 65c. grade now ..48c
Regular 75c grade now ...55c
Regular 1.00 grade now 75c
Regular 1.50 grade now... $1.15
Regular 2.00 grade now. ...... .$1.50
Buy by the y dozen. All taple Black Sox incluJed.
All Brands Men's and Boys'
Soft and Stiff
25c now 20t; for 75c
35c now .....25c
50c now 35t; 3 for $1.00
60c now 45t: 3 for $1.25
SEE OUR WINDOWS
Exclusive Kuppenheimer House in Portland
MORRISON AT FOURTH S. & H. Stamps Given
Our Store Is .
FuZ of Low
Look Them Over
Buy Your CHRISTMAS GIFTS at This
' Off ,
Sale Starts Saturday, Nov. 20, at 9 A. M.'
This is a GENUINE JEWELRY SALE an opportunity to buy standard
brands of goods at the great saving of 25. Everything in my store included.
All goods marked with original figures. I believe it good business judgment
to reduce my stock of high-grade jewelry. I have been in the jewelry business
in Portland for 10 years and my reputation and standing are back of this sale.
MANTEL CLOCKS j
CONTRACT GOODS EXCEPTED
gold and platinum
- la tausca Pearls
LatEes' Wrist Watches: Elgin, Waltham, Hampden, Etc, Regular $25.00 Grade, for $18.75
DIAMONDS Included From $15 to $150025 Off
LADD & T1LT0N
H. H. VINES, Jeweler
3d and Washington Su. N. E. Cor. "
UNTIL XMAS !
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