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TTTE 3IORXIXG OREGONIAX. TITtTHSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1915.
C1TYNEWS IN BRIEF
Managing Editor. ....Mam 7070. A
City Editor Main T07O. A. 603
Sunday Editor . ..iain 7uT0, A tJ0i3
Advertising Department.. .Mala 7070. A 600s
City circulation Main 7070, A 6t5
Composing-room . . . .. . .Main 7070. A 6095
J'rintlns-room Main 7070. A 6035
Superintendent Building . .Main 7070. A 604) 5
HEILTCi THEATER (Broaawar and Taylor
streets) Motion pictures, "The Birth of
BAKER THEATER (Sixth and Morrison
streets) Tonight. "The Tapping at the
Door' auspicea of Ben Franklin Club.
OAKS AMUSEMENT PARK Varied amuse
ments, concert band and Taudevllle.
I A NT AGES fAlder at Broadway) Vaude
ville. Performances 2:0. 7:30 and U:30
EMPItESS (Broadway and Stark) Vaude
ville. Performances 2:30, 7:30 and 9:15
! OKECOXIAN AX KESOBTS.
Subscribe with the following agents
at your Summer resort, to secure tne
1 most prompt delivery of The Ore
T gonian. City rates. Subscription by
4 mall are payable In advance:
J Bar View K. T. Jack sen
I Bay City. Or E. p. Marcher
J Bay Ocean W. S. Johnaoa
Brighton. Or W. A. Kowe
Carson, Wash Carl B. Health
t ...Mineral Springs Hotel
J Columbia Beach
Mrs. E. Burkneaa
Ecola. Or W. Crone
t Garibaldi C. EUU
. . x a loil.it
A oearoari, w -" .
i I.onr Beach J. H- 6traohai 7
t Ike Iftle Frank Miller ,
Manhattan Frank Miller
; Manzanlta E. J. KardeU
e Megl. Or Ixiula Cohen
Kancotta. Wash J. - Brown i
t Newport. Or O. F. Herron
! Ocean Park I. K. Beecney t
Ocean Lake Park O. L. Comstock I
f Bockaway Beach 1 rank MUler
I fealtalr - Frank Miller
! Seaside. Or Clark Stratton
Peaview. Wash. . .Constable Putnam
t Tain Hocks Frank HlUer
t Tillamook, Or.'. J. B- Ima
I wheeler. Or R. ll- Cady
I WUboit Springs, i F. W. McLaren
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Market Space Is Taxed. The com
mittee in charge of the Alblna public
market on Knott street, between Wil
liams and Rodnfey avenues, finds the
space on this street lully occupied by
the producers and taxed at times so
ihii hnth airle.o of the street are used.
The market booths were built along the
north Bide o Knott street, anoui iv in
number, all of which have been taken.
There was some talk of enlarging the
market to provide for more producers.
but It was decided not to do so this
year. Those who come who have no
booths take their own chances, but they
usually have no trouble. The Albina
public market has contmuea to grow
until everything found in the Yamhill
market 13 found In the Albina market.
The producers come from Clarke Coun
ty. Washington, and r.ext year when
th Interstate brtdse is finished the
Alblna Business Men's Club hopes, to
open the market ev.ery lay lnsteaa on
Wednesday and Saturday, and secure
more space somewhere.
Fair at Estacada. Opens September
J The Kast Clackamas County fair
w ill open at Estacada on September 8,
and continue for three days. Opening
dav Wednesday, will be juvenile day.
1. "i Harrington, of Oregon Agricul
tural College, will lecture on poultry.
There will be a eugenic contest and
codklnK demonstration. Thursday will
be community day. with talks on hogs
and hog raising, cooking demonstration
and awarding community prize. Friday
will be old settlers' day. C. E. Smith,
of the O.-W. R. & N., will deliver an
address and there will be cooking
demonstrations and awarding of pre
miums. A butter contest will be held
for two and one-half days to determine
the best cow In that distirct. Prises
will be awarded for farm products,
for home products and for juvenile ex
hibits. More Time Given Cashier Sextet.
Federal Judge Bean has granted Frank
Menefee. president; Oscar A. Campbell,
vice-president and director; F. M. Le
Monn. ex-sales manager; O. E. Gernert,
ex-assistant sales manager, and B. F.
Bomvewell and H. M. Todd, ex-salesmen
of the United States Cashier Company,
until November l to file bills of excep
tions. Judge Bean has already given
the defendants until September 20 to
file motions for a new trial. All were
convicted of conspiracy to use the
United States mails in furtherance of
a fraudulent stock selling ECheme.
rioNEBR or 1852 Passes. A. T.
rray, .a pioneer resident of Oregon,
who had lived Itt Portland for four
years, died at his home at 1602 Kast
Pavis street. Tuesday. Mr. Dray was
born In Trumbel County, Ohio, in 1833
and moved to Oregon in 1852. He is
survived by his widow, two daughters
and Ave sons. The children are: Mrs.
J. I Ijysons. of Snohomish; Mrs. 11. B
Abllng."of Portland: J. J. rray, of Port
land: R. II. Dray, U K. Dray and W.
W. Dray, all of Tacoma. and C. T. Dray,
of Kalama, Wash.
BoxriBB Bax Raised. Bonfires are
once more In order. Upon recommenda
tion of Fire Chief Dowel!, Mayor Albee
yesterday raised the ban on the fires
and Instructed the fire bureau to issue
permits. The action came as a result
of the rains. Issuance of fire permits
was Flopped about two weeks ago be
cause of the extremely Ory weather
and the danger of spread of fires.
Lighting of bonfires without a permit
IOI.l.AR DAT SALES TO START. Sell
ing of pennants to arouse interest in
"dollar day" wtll commence, today, and
will be continued for several days this
week. "Dollar day" is to be Thursday,
September 23. The 12 yoting women
who are to handle the selling of the
"dollar day" pennants will assemble
at the Chamber of Commerce this morw
lng. where automobiles will be ready
to take them on their selling trip about
Woodmen to Have Rnrsorr. Web
foot Camp. Woodmen of the World, will
hold its monthly roundup or social Fri
day rtieht. This will be known as
r ord night and the Ford Band and all
the employes will be present. As' this
Is Peach week the refreshment part of
tne programme will consist of iced
peaches served in various styles. There
will be special features of interest.
SrKN'crn Mill kr Speaks. Spencer
Miller. Jr., Ph. D.. in political science
from Columbia Lniversity, New York
City, spoke to the members of the Con
gressional Union for Woman's Suffrage
at luncheon yesterday in the college
room of the Haielwood. Mr. Miller was
connected with the Industrial Relations
Commission in session in Washington.
Rev. L. K. Grimes Ri:nRss. Rev.
I K. tJrimes, pastor of the Central
Presbyterian Church, and Mrs. Orimes
returned yesterday from .Manlanlta.
where they spent the greater portion
of their vacation. Dr. Grimes has
taken up his pastoral duties again, and
will he in the pulpit as usual next
F.ast Side Ci.ub Meets Tonight.
The East Side Business Men's Club
w ill hold its regular meeting tonight at
the clubrooms. 15.! Grand avenue. At
this meeting the members will discuss
the programme of activtics for the Fall
Two Caucht bt Marshals. Frank
Berry. Deputy United States Marshal,
returned to Portland yesterday from
Klamath Falls, bringing with "him A.
R. Rider and William Feu. charged
with selling liquor to Indians.
School Books bought, sold and ex
changed. 170 6th, opp. PoslofCice, Adv.
Another Crime Laid to Johnson.
Burglaries traced to A- E. Johnson, who
was arrested by Detectives Hyde and
Vaughn Tuesday, totalled six yesterday
when an investigation revealed his
responsibility for the rifling of the
Portland Heights home of Sol Hart, at
111 North Twenty-second street, last
Friday. At this time a watch valued
at $100, a suit of clothes and some
jewelry were taken. All has been re
covered. In all the burglaries attributed
to Johnson, aged 19, whose wife, aged
21, reviled the police Tuesday night for
the arrest, a door panel was cut through
to gain entrance to the house robbed.
Box's Outfit Is Puzzle. The police
are endeavoring to locate the owner of
a boy's outfit that was found on
Hayden's Island Monday morning. From
underwear to cap. shoes and knicker
bockers, it was a complete outfit and
the police cannot account for its pres
ence on the. beach unless the possessor
was drowned. None of the boys miss
ing in Portland, according to police
reports, wore clothes resembling those
found. A pair of red and brown
checked knickerbockers, a black and
white checked Summer cap, white shirt
with no collar and canvas top shoas
are in the outfit.
At, Kaders to Celebrate. IfoBles of
AI Kader Temple of the Mystic Shrine
will make merry at the home of Poten
tate G. W. Stapleton tomorrow night,
with the band and patrol and with
great manifestation of festivity. The
decision to make the visit to Mr.
Stapleton's home near Gresham was
made at a meeting last Saturday. Mr.
Stapleton being steered out of the
meeting while the Shriners jovially
passed the motion to invite themselves
to be his sruests. Members of the com
mittee in charge of the event are: E.
T. Rehfleld, A. B. Gottschalk, C. B.
Turlay, Robert Lutke and G. F. Honey.
Street Nuuberi.no System Proposed.
Simplification of the house numbering
system in Portland is proposed in a
new street sign system worked out by
Municipal Traffic Engineer Kirkpatrick.
He proposes to include on each inter
section street sign figures showing the
house numbers within the block beyond
the sign. If the numbers, for example,
run from 60 to 100 within a certain
block the sign will bear the figures
ou-iuu Deiow the name of the street
By this system it is said people can
more easily find houses by the street
Moonlight Excursion Arranged.
Employes of the O.-W. R. & N. Co.
will go on their annual moonlight ex
cursion tonight on board the steamer
Beaver. They will leave the Ainsworth
dock at 7:45 and travel down the Wil
lamette into the Columbia River. Music
and refreshments will be provided on
board and other forms of entertain
ment will be arranged when the party
gets under way. It is aimed to be back
at the dock at 11:30. All employes of
the company, their families and their
friends have been invited to join in the
Ex-Portland Man Ranks High.
Out of 353 men who passed a recent
civil service examination in. Los An
geles for positions in the Fire Depart
ment, L. T. Kane, and ex-Portland fire
man, passed next to highest, according
to information received yesterday by
Fire Chief Dowell. Mr. Kane served in
engine company No. 17 for several
years. There were 479 applicants. The
highest man got a rating of 93.4 per
cfnt while Mr. Kane got 93.2 per cent.
Transportation for Pupils Aim.
A delegation from the Base Line Im
provement Club, of Ventura Park, on
the Base Line road, will attend a meet
ing of the county school boundary
board at the Courthouse tomorrow to
ask that provision be made to provide
transportation of school children to the
Russellville schoolhouse. The board
recently declined to form a separate
school district for Ventura Park.
Orion P. Fisher Receiver. i-Circuit
Judge Morrow yesterday appointed
Orion P. Fisher, a public
receiver for the bankrupt Portland
Plating & Auto Painting Company.
The assets of the company are said
to be $3509 and the liabilities about
Special for Satl-rdat. riur t--.,is.
4-cent bulk coffee, 25 cents; onlv four
pounds to a person. Martin Marks
Coffee Co., 252 Third st. Adv.
Patton Home Meeting; Set The
regular monthly business meeting of
the Patton Home Association will be
held at the Home Friday at 10:30.
dr. Selling, Selling bldg., returned.
FELICE LM TO
FAMOUS YOUNG SOPIIAXO WILl AP
PEAR WITH PAVIOWA,
Grand Opera Dehut In America to Open
at -Chlcaeo in Early Part
Especially interesting in Portland
Is the announcement by Max Rabinoff
that Miss Felice Lyne has been en
gaged as one of the stars for the grand
opera organization that he will pre
sent in conjunction with the Tavlowa
Ballet this season.
Mlsa Lyne is the youngest opera
star to sing her way around the world
and she is now half way around the
second time. Except as a guest of
the Boston Grand Opera Company, she
has been heard only a few times in
America. Last March Miss Lyne was a
Portland visitor at the home of Dr.
and Airs. F. E. Moore, whose niece she
WOMVV PIOVKKR OK PORT
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We Jtake pleasure in announcing that owing
to the decided increase in our business, we
have been compelled to enlarge our offices
and are now occupying the entire second
floor of the Stevens v Building, corner of
West Park and Washington Streets. Here
we shall continue to be at the service of our
policyholders arid the general public in the
same manner which has previously earned
for us the title
"The Company of Satisfied Policyholders""
Columbia Life & Trust Co.
Former Address 916 Spalding Building
Present Address 202 Stevens Building
M r. Heddn Rankin.
Mrs. Hedda Rankin. 77. mother
of Captain Oliver P. Rankin, and
a pioneer Portland resident, died
Rt her home, 425 Larrabee street,
Tuesday night, after a lingering
she and her husband. John
Rankin. cam to the United
States from Sweden and moved
to Portland 44 years ago. Her
husband fas a seafaring man
and served on the Great Eastern,
the Oreflamme, John L. Stephens.
Victoria Cross, the Columbia and
Oregon, retiring in 1906.
Mrs. Rankin is survived by an
only son. Captain Rankin, of the
steamer Rose City, and two
daughters, Mrs. Anna Hannen
and Miss Ellen Rankin, of this
USTi select a' large; ligkt;
well appointed rpom if or
"your; home at ;
with every convenience
with courteous service .
with individual attention
all these mean comfort.
The source of .much
pleasure appetizing meals,
willing service, cheerful at
. mospheredur dining room
You'll, en Joy a meal a
. day 's stay - - a month's so
journ --a iear even.
The thing that appeals
moderate prices. -, "
Awarded G-oid Medoi Ban Fraaciaco Exposition
tV.a highe honor oc Imported Olive OH.
HOTEL ST. PAUL
Fourth and Alder. M. E. Foler Prop.
ALIj MODERN CONVENIENCES.
Ratra ft Da and ITp.
Social Halei to Pcrman-nii.
Take Any Tept Car, 0?t Off at Alder.
Is. She passed a year with them In
Oregon eight years ago, when she was
still a. little grirl.
Most interesting is the story of Miss
Lyne debut into the circle of fame,
for in one nigrht. four years aero, in
the London Opera-House, she became
famous in her initial appearance with
Hammerstein's company. Since thn
she has been one of the youngest of
American singers to win recognition
abroad and has added numerous suc
cesses to her first appearance.
Her near appearance with the Rab
inoff company will be her first op
portunity to appear in her native coun
try in the large repertoire gained
abroad- The engagement of Miss Lyne
in Rabinoff's company means that the
famous coloratura soprano will b
heard in all the principal cities of
America and most probably in Port
In the early part of October she
will make her debut with the Boston
Grand Opera Company and the Pav
Iowa Ballet Russe at the Auditorium
BRIDGE ENGINEER IS DUE
Senior Member of Klrm in Charge
or Construction Coming Sept. 13.
John I-yle Harrington, senior member
of the engineering firm of Harrington,
Howard & Ash, which is overseeing the
construction of the interstate bridge,
will arrive in Portland September 13,
accordi nc to a telegram received yes
terday by Rufns C Holman." chairman
of the Interstate Bridge Commission.
Mr. Harrington left Kansas City yes
terday. On his visit to Portland he
will inspect the work done on the bridge
and v-'-l confer with the members of
the ;ion regarding the prog
ress bus far. Frank Cortelyou,
resi.. ..iieer, is the local represen-
tativt .-u Kansas City firm in charge
of the construction of the bridge.
EXPLOSION JNJURES CHILD
Clielvalis Boy Finds Dynamite Cap
and Loses Three Kingers.
CHEHALIS. 'Wash.. Sept. 1. (Spe
cial.) Leonard Hendricksen. son of
Chris Hendricksen, toyed with an un
used dynamite cap, which he found
while playing; with some children.
As a result the lad is minus three
fingers, and also is suffering from a.
severe gash in his eide.
Ma-s Meeting of Taxpayers.
Mass meeting of taxpayers tonight,
September 2, in the Couch School, Sev
enteenth and Kearney.- All interested
in an economical form of city govern
ment invited. Adv.
CARD OF THAXK8.
We wish to thank, the friends who
were so kind during- the sickness and
death of our father; also for the many
C. I- COLBl'RN.
O. R. COUBL'RX.
MR. AND MRS. S. P. ANDERSON
Adv. ANJ i"AAllL.i
The Portland Ad Club
Invites You to Participate in
Highway Inspection Day
MONDAY, SEPT. 6
Tickets on Sale at the following places:
Doivn Town Headquarters
N. yv. Bank Bldgr., 333 Morri
Information Conn ter
Portland Chamber of Com
merce. Information Counter
Meier & Frank Department
Roberta Brothers Department
Llpman - Wolfe Department
Olds. Wortman &
O.-W. R. & K. R. R., 3d
Woodard, Clarke & Co.
Big Day of Games, Lunch, Music
Bring the Family and Come
ROUND TRIP FARES Children, 5 to 12, 35c; Adults, 65c
Fall Season Greeting From the Store of Quality
After a' Summer of pleasure at the Beach, etc., this Store offers bo
many pleasant changes in the Culinary Department, that it is wfth
pleasure that we extend to the HOUSEWIFE OF PORTLAND a
cordial invitation to do her daily ordering; here.
L. MAYER & CO.
, "Portland's Exclusive Handlers of Everything Good to Eat
148 Third Street ' A 4432, Main 9432
TWO BIG SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Crystal White Soap, $i.OO per box. You save 20 Bars on regular
retail selling price.
Hunt's Hawaiian Pineapple, in 2z cans. SOt a tin, $2.00 per
dozen. A saving of 2 cans on every dozen.
NEW QUALITY GOODS THAT ARE NOW LISTED IN OUR STOCK :
Loose-Wiles Sunshine Biscuits, all kinds.
Kingan's Own Hams.
Muller's Egg Noodles, Macaroni, Spaghetti, etc
American Biscuit Co.'s Vanilla and Lemon Snaps in round tins.
Powdered Bath Bricks in 10c packages.
New New York Pure Maple Sap.
New Holland Milker Herrings.
New York Old Snappy Cheddar Cheese.
PICKLING SEASON IS HERE
We offer: Pickling Spices, Vinegar, Brandies, Pure Aromatic
Spices, ground or whole. Preserved Ginger, Jars, Crocks, Tops for
all kinds of jars.
PROMPT SERVICE RELIABLE MERCHANDISE
-A JOINT ACCOUNT
Is a splendid convenience for hus
band and wife, or for any two mem
bers of a family.
Either may draw checks and in
case of the death of one the sur
vivor may use the account without
the expense and delay of having an
Call at this bank regarding; such an account.
The United States National Bank
Third and Oak Sts., Portland, Or.
Capital and Surplus - - - - $2,0t)0,000.00
.00 Over Labor Day.
at the Ocean
Enjoy Most Scenic Ride in Oregon
Spend Saturday, Sunday, Monday'
on the delightful
Tillamook County Beaches
Last Trip Seashore Special
Last trip of the Seashore Special
will be from Portland Sunday,
Sept. 5th, from Tillamook beaches
Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 6th.
City Ticket Office, 80 Sixth st. Cor. Oak. PhJnes
Broadway 2760, A-6704.
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland
MA NEW AND BETTER METHOD FOR MARKETING FRUITS"
The Fruit Auction System Means Larger Returns to the Grower.,
Arthur Geary, Representing the
of ten important cities of the
United States, will lecture in
PORTLAND Y. M. C. A. AUDITORIUM
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 88 P. M.
FREE PUBLIC INVITED.
THE POSITION IS LOOKING FOR YOU
You do not have to hunt for a position when you have the training a.
few months In our college will give you. The position will come to you.
Among- our thousands of graduates during the" last 2S years are hundreds
of leadinsr business men of the Pacific Northwest who come to us for their
trained office help, enabling us to place you in a nosition WHICH wii i
MEAN MONEY. POSITION. POWER. OPPOHTI itv in , ... VJli
We are enrolling second-generation students, the sons and daug'hters-TS
men and women who attended HOIMES' BlsIKSS COLLEGE 25 and more I
years b.ro. Ana n you iwiew mc nupcuur advantages we are equinoed to
give you, you would enroll at once.
we have trained men and women
for business success. Clip out the
coupon and mail at once to HOLMES
BLSIESS COLLEGK. ''The School
That Gets You a Good Position,"
OLMES' BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Tenth and Washington Streets.
Send full information concern
ing your Shorthand
bine Civil Serv
ice Course, Day
Night Classes, to ,
COLLEGE OF NOTRE DAME
San Jose, California
Accredited to State University.
Courses: Collegiate, High School,
NOTRE DAME CONSERVATORY
Location San Jose, "The City of
Schools," in the beautiful Santa
Clara Valley, far-famed for Its de
lightful and equaffle climate. For
21 miles south of San Francisco
W tbmr ttmt w to owr boy wh
ttwnrtfui preuta wlh. Our Trad ov ton entfr.
on rfcommendsvUoo. institutions thmt admit on
eertlflcot and on examination fet pace ot
par cataiotrue) to Hnrrmrd. Tb Masaarbcsetta
lnntltut of TechnologT- and H'al. wboo sd
mission reqnlrf raent r roofttK-Terr. 8rnd for
baautlfally Illustrated catalotn, which riT
Dot only a vry trood Idea of the spirit and rur
poM of the cbooi, but of it equipment and ita
attracrtWa school hom. Nothlnsr. howerer, caa
qniM tax (so piaoe 01 a visit to tne school
'w. Z. R&ID, Head Master, Box M. Belmont, CU.
Jkuhaavka f tTksals-ia.uJ sT I : -
'"Jy WomaiysCoOegtoauiePaKdncCosst. tetnnoe
and rrarirssKM reouaemcno coumieat to Umwmfa or
Caltfomm. Mandand Departnczxa, Fun jxuunr a Horns
Imnnmrt nA m Gymnasium and Playrrouod Sutxy
viakxk Spec owe fc beattb of stndczn. Cbriitsn
MA. For csLsiocue addrest
Brg wrar. Mills ColJcft: . O.
SCHOOL OF THE
Day. Evening and Saturday Classes.
sUrawlntc, Painting, Composition,
Design and Crafts.
Scvcath Year Berlu October 4, 1915.
Museum of Art fifth aad Taylor St.
St. Helens Hall
BoardinsT and Day School for Girls.
Academic, Elemestsrj ssd Moatcaaorl
The forty-seventh year begin Septem
ber loth. Apply Sister Superior. Phone
St Mary's Academy and College
HOLY NAMES OF JKSUS AND HAST
COMPLETE URAL. E. ACADEMIC and COL
LEQB COURSES Commercial. Oomastte
Science and Elocution Dep's.. MUSIC Piano.
Vole. Violin. Vlolincello, Harp, Harmony.
ART Water Color. Oil Palntln. China
Falntlne, Ue!nln. History of Art. Resi
dent and Day student. Address Sister Su
perlor. St. Mary's Academy. Portland. Or
ML SIC EDL'CATIOV SCHOOL
715 Everett Street
Elementary School for
Bays and tiirls
Ensliah. Mathematics. Music, Man
ual Arts. Gardening-. French and
Third Year Opens Tuesday. Septem
ber 14. Telephone Main 333.
I MM A CULA TA A CA DEM Y
DAY SC1IOOI FOR CUtLs.
Arsdemlfl count offer"! for entnnr in
course and university. Commercial ennrfto
condutl. with acsdmlc work, hv fffiritnl
Instructor. Marir nlvn pial attention bv
accomplished artist. All crtirB embody th-
effort (n develop refinement mrt vent lenefl
In th younu iriri. Only Catholic hleh school
on eunt nid. irt." Stanton st. Supervised by
Act reUittMi to Colleges, liummiir and Primary
crade. Fourteenth year. CataVopue upon ap
plication. Address Miss Harlter. Palo Alto. CmL
17 POWELL, ST.
iN THE HEART OF THE CITY
European Plan $?50 and Upward
m Auto Bar Meets Trains C& Steamers
BHEX SAN FRANCISCO MOTELS ABE
FILU STOP AT
Oakland's UATCT Kcel,8nt Meals
Refined Family till I rAj Perfect Eer-.lci
KEY ROUTE INN
Key Route direct to Exponltlon Entrance
Rate: l to With Meals $2.50 to
Weekly $6 to 12. Witb MesOa LS to
m FRANCISCO. GEABI AX lijwn
10 minutes to Exposition without trans
fer. Built of concrete and steel, Frivata
bath to every room. First-claas In yt
detail. Rates from $2 up. H. W. WTXJLft,
Manager. (Member of Official Exposi
tiua Hotel Bureau.)