,t -r i '?! PAGE TWO MEDHWD MALL TftLDUNJE, ALEDFOUD. OIN:?OX, MONDAY. AHIUST Ifi. IMS. IOCAL AND L PERSONAL tftoger 8 fjennett Is attending to lniBlnefen mattera In (ho Klamath Falls district. Autolflts are requested to plonso , refrain from unlnc their inuffliT cut- oUIb and horns In tho vicinity of 1th and Orange, ncconnt of tho eorloim llltiPM of .Mm. Onnnon. , Sco Davo Wood about that flro In eiirnnco policy. Offlcq Malt Trlbuno Dldg. MIsb Flo Thompson of JackBonvlllo spon't Sunday in Medford vlnltlnK frlo'mlsr Velvet Ice cream nt Do Voe'a. Tho Southorn Pacific section crow Is engaged at Its regular quarturly Jolt or laying now planking at tho Main uveniio oroHRlm:. I take pride Jn making your wutch koo perfect time. I huvo every fa cility for doing fine watch repairing. Johnfion tho .Tewnlor. Corbln KdRclI of Haglo Point spent Sunday In Medford vIhIUiik friends." Owing to tho county fnlr being held the fit Ht ycok In September tho opening of Hchool has ben nio.stioned until Monday, Hoptombcr 18. When that nitto wheel cracks nnd ;mpM It nerds fixing. Wn mako as Rolld as now, at a small expense. Hil lings Carriago and Auto Works. Tho Uov. Woliton K., Shields and wife returned Saturday from an auto trip to the Oregon caves. Do Voo carries tho he.it line ot fivo cont cigars In tho city. Vincent II. Mayo of Tillamook Is upending n few days In tho city at tending to business matters. I). N. Johnson of Steamboat Is In tho city today attending to Ijttalnoan mattorB. Johnson, nt tho Hook Store, nn oxpert watch ropalror. S. II. Holmes of Kaglo Point spent Sundny afternoon In Medford. Attorney flint Nowbnry and wlfo spent Saturday nftoruoon nnd Sun day at their summer homo on tho Applegate. Chocolates, 30 cents lb. Do Voo's (leorgo Older of Montague, ('a., Is spending a few days In tho city and valley attending to IhihIiichu matters. Special Agent Kelly of tho South ern Pacific force Is In tho city today on official huslnoss. Merchants' Lunch, 25c. Tho Shasta. William Knntther ot Hold Mill who has heun visiting In this city for tho Inst wool,- returned homo Sunday af ternoon. "Taxl-333" IBo nnywuoro in city. Formorly Alco Taxi. Now office Nash Hotel. Phono -333. Dan Perry of Wat kins spout Satur day In Medford and Jacksonville at tending to huslnoss matters. Weston Camera Shop for first claim Kodak finishing and Kodak supplied, Qharlos Young spont Sundny morn ing hunting In tho Mondows district, and bagged a five point buck wolgh ' ing ICQ pounds. Mr. Young hus that hunters were think In that sec tion, that tho pop-pop-pop of tho gilus made him nervous. Ho anya one man ho met was hunting deor with uu au tomatic shotgun and shooting often. For flour or feed phono Medford Roller Mills. Phono B07. Frank Carroll spont Sunday visit ing f i lends in Ashland and Talent. Loganberry sherhot. Tho Shasta. Louis Thompson of t'orvalHs Is among tho out of town vlslturs In tho city this ueek. Safety and eorvlco. Wo Blvo both. HolmcB, tluQ lusaurnnco Man. , Tho travel to tha San Frwnclsco fair is now at IU holKht, all train both ways bpTug packed Snnda) It wan neeoaaary to run tha northbound trains In two and throe aacttnua lo accommodate tho traffic. Fresh roasted poanuts at Do Voo's, A'. IC. Lyons of (traiita Pius anant Saturday In Madford attending to l)u1tina matters. Quick lurvlau for )ur Kodak Ma titling. Soo Woalon'a Camera Shop. MIh Inn Cwuran uf this olt U vis. Itlug frloudi lu Uranta Pm this woak. , Would tho' tkraa tuluer nlio eou- vuraod with tho two CklrnKQ ylrla on tho' 'train travelling trow Bait Fruit Ollco ti Portland on Taaailay, Aug. 8 correspond Uli Mlaa Margaret Mul- caay, SJ4S A r eh or Ant.. Olitaago, III isr. Tho. mgtor of awmhiUH iwihoi ughjit t kuaMwtJ U. I. ltmubrMNi. resigned, la Kill up Ih lb sir. N J Kruujio of the O. A. C. fctvortd by lpftliQ'ralihrtluts. has darMaad t an polulinent- Take your watch to JAunasn. tba Jowoler. you will racaive unuauaUy good kojvJoo, Albnrt Hauion of Yrka. Cal . iftMi Haittwtar in Modtord vuitlas fr1e4a Hiul altwwlJug- to kulaa matiara J Q. Qcrklng, the baat all around Governor Wlthycombo, Amos Hen son and daughter, Miss Georgia; Mm. Allco llenson Deach, John II. Yeon, Dr. and Mrs. Andrew C Smith, Mr, and Mrs. Frank E. Dooley, Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Holt, George Garrett, Al Lnndborg, Jullils Friendly, Hay Harkhurst, G. F. Ncvlns and others passed through Medford Sunday en route to San Francisco to attend tho Uonson day exerciser at the ex position, Havo yoti tried ono of thosa fo milk shakes at DoVoo'o7 John M. Scott, general passenger agent of tho Southern Pacific, and Mrs. Scott arrived in Medford Sunday and loft for Crater Lake with A S Itosonbuuni. Mr. Scott Is among tliono to bo Initiated bv tho Pythlans. Uso Mothor's Home Mndo Hread at your grocers. Newtown Hakery. HO Tho mllllnory rnsofl, tho suit and coat racks are fast rilling up with tho now fall apparel. Ahrens, Seo the many new fall atylo Craft Suits, Hero really Is nn assortment to be proud of. Ahrens. Huntalng season Is on and conse quently accidents more numerous. Phone Wakomnii about short or long term nccident Insurance. 127 Do not nay early tho time to F lect your tailored null Is now. Styles aio settled and get a full season') wear out of samo. Let It bo u Slylti Craft. Ahrens. Get your butter, eggs, cream, milk dna butter milk at Do Voo's Mrs. Italph L'owglll of tho Her nard millinery has returned from San Francisco whore she visited tho wholesale houses and purchased her fall line of mllllnary that will ho on displayln about ten days. When you bought your homo you had no in o competent lawyer paiw on tho abstract and title, didn't you 7 And when you Insured It you likely tucked the policy away without oven rending It, didn't you? Why bo moro careless with your homo after on have bought It, than before you paid for It?? The It. H. McCurdy Agency guarantees their policies to he cor rectly written. Phono Ouo-two-throo 'Mrs. M. M. AhroiiH nnd children, Lillian and Harold, also Mrs. J. K. Hollmlns, slstor of Mrs. Ahrens, have gone to tho fair. Miss Lillian Toms, trimmer nt Ahrens, Is hack again with tho new fall ideas of millinery, after spending several mouths Inn the millinery cen ters. When you need nny blottem call at tho It. H. McCurdy Agency, or tele phone Ono-two-threo, nnd wo will semi you eoiuu. tf Mrs. Ownoy Pattou, who has been seriously 111 from blood poisoning caused by tho blto of a spider two weeks ago, is couvalesolug. 'Ollhorl II. Grosvenor, editor of (be National Geographic Magatlno, will at rive nt Crater Lake Tuesday from Klamath Falls and reach -Medford Friday. tleorga Honsolmuu returned Sat urday from a two weoltH visit to the fair. James Campbell of ltoguo River Is spending tho day lu Medford attend ing lo business matters. It. L. liwlng returned this morn ing from a trip to Klamath Falls, whore he accompanied the Medford baseball loam. The mercury rose to Uli dogroon Sundny, tho boat bolng moderated by a slight breezo. It has now been five uoeks slnco rain fell In the valley. Pat Welsh of Spokane, president of tho ltogiie River Canal company, and Manager J. T. Sullivan, left Sunday by auto on a tour of Inspection of the now dntu being built at Fish lake. Attorney II. It. McCabe spent till morning In Jacksonville attending to lotml mnttora. State Foroat Supervisor J. II. Fb erly Is lu the Foota creel, district to da, supervising forest flro fighting operations. William Miller aud wife. Karl Kiihpp and wlfo aitout Sunday lu Grants Pass visiting ft lends and rel atives. J 11. C(M'hraii.loaw shortly for Han FrapotMo to attm! tba annual convention of limuiamw agents in the North woat. Mra. Harry Porter of Gold Hill vU UtM fried and relative in this clt ami JMtAiHHtville tiaturilay and Sun day State Mutator Iluoaton of Multno. taah eotiHly and wife and family are in tba elty tedsy aimiuU from Crutar l.nk to tkalr borne in Portland. Ttia took tha Kastern Oreaou rout to the lake "FOUR FEATHERS," EMPIRE THEATRE, MONDAY AND TUESDAY SEVENTH COMPANY ON 10 OCCUPY A W ARMORY "I'mtr Fenlher " till th i i f n yoliny man, who, bv ton -on n leer, fails to reml to lu country's call in time of wnr. Him ivttfiiatiou from the nnny lirinh from tlirecof li'w comntile three white foul hem, hiii pleiiienled by it fnuttti Jiom lii fian cee, the ut f.viiiljfil of oownrlioo given him. lie i Mtmitf lo (hu (pikk and goon to I'tvpl, wheio the war is on between the KugliMh and tiio Arab'-, ami ciiIUIm dm a (Iteirk. The ereen ilrsmii yivon nil the epiwodert of Iuh enicer at Hie scene of atrife. ill vn lunula ileotN, wlierehy ho trnxc from death by tori ore his tlueo eoiuriiilon, liiti tet'overy of valuable iloeiuiientH, iiml other iicIh of uuimual heroi-iii, lanes lrom lu eoinrailirf 1 1 1 1 t it dilution ot In- hr-roixm nnd tliev ilciuaiitl (lie return l their ientheiv. In li lniiiiiliiinf them, the liero ilemaiiilH thai liicy lie tellrneil to Ii!h fiancee. I'pou IiIh return lo Kiiglaml, hc'fiiid" lier waitiim for her feather mill a wedding run: h the iilliiuute tewuiil that hriiiH them to Ket her. Tljia atirnug, romantic anil satin fyiiiiC pietiiio will lie liixl mIiowii at the Hmpiro Tbenter on .Monday and Tiiesduy, August HI iiml 17. Tliu leiiilliiK player in Howard K tulirook, who ! well known to pa 1 1 ohm of Hie leitular dramatic thea ter. He ianhly intd by n Intye eompnny, iutiuiliuic t h itttmetive .voituir limilltif woiann, Irene War-fielil. VISITING PYTHIANS 10 BE WELCOMED AT LODGE TONIGHT F. Mulkey of lbi eitv eunettii the leading role. This in tho l'ii-t lodge ceremony ever given at Crater Luke, iiml will be a xtriking hit of im piOMWI10HB. All iluv Saturdav ami Sunday, is tlors began lo arrive in tlii- eity 1 1 dim Otegou ami California poiutH, ino-l o the ilclei'iites liming at once lot the fniunii- -eeiiie spot. Visiting IMIiinns eu route to (lie conclave ti he held at Crater Lake Tuesday, Wcdnesdav ami Tlmr-il it will he entertained tonight at a ic eeption ut the lodge rioiiiM in tin eity. Theie will ho a haiuiuet nnd speeches ami inusieal provrnin. The advance guard of t lit e.xodua to ('in ter Luke will stall Ibis nfteriioou. a tho main bidv lenviiu in the morning. Over fiOO Pytliiaux, including all the officer of tho state gmnd lidge will be in at tendance. This afternoon the committee on arrangements is making iiMsigmncnU of visitors to niilos, and iirianviiu the final details. The IMhians will muiutaiii their own comitnarv 'l' parlmeut, two hiiIu trucks of food being scut to the hike Suuilav. All of the men will sleep out m the oimmi, each taking hlankela. The ladies will oeeupv the rooiiM in Hie hotel. A eliiss of '.!.", iueliuliiig .lolm . Scot I, general pcHaeugor lu-ent ol the Southern l'acilic, and Will (I Steel, siiM'riutendent of Cratr l.k. N'iiIioiiuI I 'all. will he inihnte-l. The orv of IIiiiiioii nd I'vlhia- will be preMiited in ritual form, Alloiiuv II. MAIL TRIBUNE WRITER YOU OUfiHT TO KHOW F OREST FIRES RAGE ALONG FOOTS CREEK f&ggF-'Vfc'tti lr KSSJU" w I. iNl DEDICATE NEW ELKS' TEMPLE SEPTEMBER 23 Thf ttrsi aiarllna t the aewls per farttti Klks rtlnU asMtclatlaa will ba held in altMlford. tfatiiMiibw ISnt. at tb aawa nine tbai lb ae $40,000 bam af ih liadrord lwt of Mlka will ba dadlvatad Tba bml UxUa bs aommltiaaa at a or arapaHaa for tba big raaaiton timt wIM b ae- c...d4 Iba sral numbar of 11 a (r( ,,rrM(f m ms. imr ibuiiih wnu win mroa Mj u. ..., -,11 w-w ivumir " Forest fltCH set by Incendlnrles, nro raging at tho head of Foots creek ami near ltoguo Itlvor. They broke out Sunday morning lu hiiuohos, and nro attributed to forctt firebugs. Tho flames are In timber in tho statu reserve, nnd State For oat Supervisor ICbnrly Is in charge of n large forco of mon fighting with hack fires A peculiarity about the luceudlnry fires is that a lame per centage of thorn are set In tho early morning, giving nn opportunity for a full da 'a work, whun the call for help comes The fires In the Itutto Falsi and Dead Indian district are under loiidol. SHOT IN MOUNTAINS Cnrpentorx tin morning began work on remodeling the nunrteri I Which ale to be occupied b the 7tl comiianv as an armor" ami ciuo rooms. The entire uppur floor of Hie Amy & I 'ot lender building (lu .Main stteel lin been leaned bv the vtnte and the hnildinic is being lvur ranged to fit the reiiuliemont of tho militia. There are to he seven large rooms, conNisting of locker mom, ipinrter master lore room, plotting room for Hie technical iustriiinenU used in the tirtillerv wotk, ' drill room which will nlaii be nieil for the uuli tarv lialls and soeiul fuiietious wliich n i c to he a siceial feature witli tin 7lh eompanv h a large pat lor m which will be placed the Inn player piano belonging lo Hie com pany) and Hi" other furniture eon siftting of library Inbles, davenport, rockers, choirs and other fiirni-liiii'is owned bv the c.innuvi Theie i also a liilliaid loom in which wi he placed Hie two fine tnlilea owned by Hie militia hovs. Recent orders received bv the coinpaii" rcipiire that the armory must be located where there ii no interference with the drilling, wliinli can mil he done in the Natatorium building in the summer months owing to the bathing pool monopolizing tin drill floor, and the roller skating and dancing in the winter. A long tenn lease has been taken on the new (piarter nnd the Till com- mnv are already planning to nmke heir new minitnrs the most iittrm tive of jiiiv lodge or club rooms i:i Medford, It is the intention in tho future to huvo regular social fuiie tious, military balls, xmokors, boxing and wrestling matehe and hnsket ball contest in the club rooms. The large hall is suitable for such pur poses owing to its size nnd the other iooiiih nre convcnientlv arrangod for giving large parties and baiupiets of a private and tmhlic nature. The new rooms nre to be readv fot occupancy by October 1st, wlie-i the 7th eompanv will eclc'irate tho occa sion with a graml full dic-s niilitary hall which it i- cNpcclcil will be at tended b the governor ami high tmlitnn officers of the -late. fl OFF TO MEET CONGRESSMEN meet com Mali iletilfli. OIImio IiIhH AUOIoav Qibnu is a wiiWy known ne-aMr uombu. haiitf Ih-ii WTiUw WMiHr flHra wior ". 4mnuUi writUiaai nnd Cu-Um (or 'J vatra. Alttiuvah 1m kaa iablibdl immnhw and loris and tnlitW tww itulur aiaaatt maKatines, Hr. UaiMtu -till a runnier, tIM' i. mb The dcir iC!ton opened Suuilav in .luek-oii 1 1. unl v With --eole- ot limit era in the bills, and the oiiml ot shooting w.ia ecmstant lrom aiiiiup to sundown. Sovnal deer were Ituggml, but tha dr- roinlitiin of Hie Wood tiuide the llllllllllg poor, the limited hem,' able to heal the hunter ttuiiiHiig ihriiHltli -he ilrv littisli. Ieei hiiiilnij will lin at iU best after a ram. It ia rapornsl, hut ution liniied, Hi. 1 1 a man. iiame unkiioHii, w.-is ,.tit tr h deer Satutdav alter iiooii, in Hu bltf huefaielicrrv paleb ii. Kliiiiiiith riniity. , 'I'hotieH wa l'U phoned to t rater Iakc, and u ieM'i;- 1'intv sent oat lrom Klam.ith I' ill-, (he nearest Hiillt. The liimter, the rumor nuiI, wwa-wounded m-iiou-K Tlie bio Kb I err iNilch i a tuvotitc -iot lot oil , there lu iu s.ili lii-ls unl liei hi jaloie The Icdlord de;egalion lo the House tixcis and liathors tuiltee left tor Crescent Citv Sttml.i.x ami .Moiulii. lu the partv were Mosc fhiikdull, who em lies Senator Chambeilniu, Messis. Parsons, I-ieio, llaler, Root, liullis, IUH im, Cl.nl, The eongiisioual loininiltee wi'l tniM'l from Sau Francico nlotig tb Calitoiiua coast o cm- -cut Cih am1 will nispYi I the h.irbor theie. '1'h n the mimbtis mil ti imI ouilaml to i nUetogrnplmr In soutbara Oreaon . .... . ... . i . .. . . ... . . - Alwii-a reJWWO. JSORativwa hm aavi... .urra na ap nawwaji. w r fi,. A- w r. wliwsu Uma or ItltlM. Stadia Is, h.i. HMbtr at la4a (torn-!,.,, , kmtM(H wi, ,. MaltiSt PhanaaafJW ...,,.. s. ,. b.v immi u, Mtoaal1,,, -Bd 0ktn mnimmmi lH,t, . f.i au uuillw til Ikr If il Mi r. Ui.. null ! tMn Will .u i. .i . . . ... w w -.-- ... hu inr mpn. iiiiu mmui til utt Nt iiwiwi rare fHIRTEEN 10 ONE Tfca Me.Uant bafhall team blaw ap in the Uitrd lauiua o( the aatna fwttb Ktainaiti Haiu at tbat cit Suh- 4mr. and loat b iba oae ntdad -ore i 13 to i Uraat start ad to I'lttb lr tha Itx.iin, and after a cHla of rank dwrihion la tba third aroilu atf ao blaM Hit b aa.-i did rat urn Caatar mt ta to r-li.-ve him and I li Purdy AaaHO. mrU Uai iIIuk h lirlna clru-KBla "rlaai ir ihn-.i '. ut imir f..vtrttf foiium Willi Medford Tit ii Mdftrd Mndo Wolllfll Mill I.' I ' III tin . . I . Il.tf I M 1. He. It 'ilmklnj Ii I ii THOUGHT SHE G0OLO NOT LIVE Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinlcham's Vegetable Compound. Untonville, Mo."! Buffered f rom n female trouble and I got so weak Uiat I could hanlly walk ncroM the floor with out holding on to BomothlnR. I hud norvouu spells and my llnRers would cramp and my face would draw, and I could not speak, nor sleep to do any good, had no nppetite.and everyone thought I would not live. Some one advised jno to take Lydia K. llnkham's Vegetable Ctimjiound. I had taken so much medicine and my doctor said ho could do mo no good eo 1 told my husband ho might get mo u bottle and would try It. By the time I had taken it I felt better. I continued its use, an J now 1 am well and btrong. "I havo always rocommendwl your medicine ever since I was to womler fully henufltted by it und 1 hoio thU letter will be tho mean of saving some other joor woman from sutrenng." Mrs. Maktiia Skaviiv, Box 114-t, umonviiie, nusaouri. Tho makers of Ljdkt E. Pinkham's Veaetablo ConXMjml have thousands of Mieli letters aa that above they tell the truth. ohn thev coukl not ihi. lw.,.n two wwr. 1 1 na wtra i coi .-d The nat I obtalatil for love or monev. ThU ml- aw lar iji.i Mfwn io fuaikia aad tbroa allil ad tin ih ae up in itt an riit. faun - uiril in itaod kaaa. but tuMatu .1 i....lb Tbv lot-els WtaoV tl ii i tit smIo ovt-r lit. tirn hiunni. i i i l tliiilt rti i mi mstii 1 i i i iii i i l Grants Pass nlonsr the route of Uie piopo-ed Grant Iu8..-Ciepent City lailtoad. ' The lull member-hip of the partv is as follow; i. Stephen I.. Sparknmn, of Florida, who is chairman; George I Ihireis, of Texas; A. T. Troadwell, ol Miihsu ehiisetts; C. A. Kennedy, of Connec'i Ion; Jlr. and, Airs. (jltjiHua K. Kd warils, of fTeortda; if. n'lld ' Sirs. Cliarloa 6. hieh, of liidianu: Mr. and Mm. Tlionnis (InHnghflr, of Illinois; Mr. und Mrs. Hubert Swiber. or Ohio Mr. and Mrs. John )l. Small, of North Catiillnn; W. C. ltooker, fle'rk; J. II. MeOnnn, msitnnt clerk; .1. II. Sliinii, sennit; clerk, ami C. L. cut; W. K. Ilniiiilirtv. of Washing- Simrkimint ecrelniy to Ihe ehninnnu iaiae U no etrunger - it hm stood the test for yearn. If thrre are aur rompHratloim yon lionet uudcrstaiid iirlto to l.jdU K. ritiUiain .Medicine Co. (roulldeatUl) Ijiiii.MiMi. Your letter ti ill leepeueJ. rrad and anxwrnsl bjr a viouuu aud 1 held iu trkt cvutldcucc ' The Empty Bowl Tells the Story The liitflip.sl coiiipliniciil Hint can In.1 paid any looti in ( cal it lit'ai'tily lo (lie last poviion. I3vory day tliorc arc liundrcds of thousands of such compliments paid to Post Toasties. This wide appreciation encouraged the holler ing ol' this delight 1'ul food. And the result is re ew Post Toasties Crispor, more appetizing and better than ever before. The inner sweet meats of choicest Indian Corn are .skilfully cooked, daintily seasoned, and toasted Dv a new 'Moastie" process turn corn flavour. brings tut a wonderful These flakes do not mush down when cream or milk is added, hut retain their body ami crispness. They come to you ready to eat from the fresh sealed, dust-proof, ircrm-nroof imckniff its sweet and delicious as when they leave the ovens. New Post Toasties the Superior Corn Flakes Your grocer has them now. s "! "S I ft be IS jwMiannmi&iwwMssxw M. I w Ttvp u!th- i Miwts .s 7K!s il 4iiU V1jX.E.1C tL5Tf".i4 ?ri" m HHJUaMl CflllUMllH. iiml tiiMtiv ..l.ltjf .' ... Vn Li i.i.it.th. in ... '. .V. iVL .7.7". 7.7 ". J . " Pi F ' M,.,r,i!!i,rf,.,v.,?","'.l,":"""-'- "".WiS. ,........,.,, K ,,, , iiiiuui ,, .I.hijuhIIkIii. i( nrMl.l,1uJ;:;.",", '4 r I.H.rr- ;; I Vtt-l sira Johnson Mall L iv Ann. 7 a. .1) ,b tin O jaErBroKMwBjiro.i3Mar& n.v..Hk .. ;", ; . iiiHn un.ouii .., inn . ii,ii.. (,-, i t,iiii,iiKk miii ...uli. ..:'. '....''... r iiiilminm. .-...... liiltliin I iff, MnriiiHiiifrWpnaiiilfiir wiimrn I ..iiii l.H.t. ' a" ",r rln- .'or frw i Hnl,.i-,,lilr. Mini. tVKMr umvcRsrry or orkgon H ll -.1 , O ,i .. ytKm,va& HUH ma t rave ou 10 a poun 1 on coffci and tea or ii onr n funded Itumlar i t Model Coffee, r,"r lb, " pound' for lin ii'ar -ttv 1J' Cofice L'uc 1' , lb for IttKitiiU' i 1 n, 'In l at fee.' r to ! Ph Hemilar 40c ' M & J lllend" Coffee .0c, :i lbH for ItfBUlar 0c ,. Japan Pan Cried" UlacK Tea nor lb ltuaular .iluc ' .laoan Suti-Cured ' tiraoti Tea. nor lb 'Sidder I.ej;' Gieen or llhuk Tea, por lb. e le .-? tell Clrecn TradlnK Stp'mpa" (iiiiianticd to plena ?1 00 ,r. .70 . .8.1 . .60 . .(0 . .-r r s: mm! mi WHEN IN PORTLAND Stop nt the incomparable Hotel Benson. Modom. fireproof, central. Rates modomto. Send for free booklot. BENSON HOTEL S Benson. Mar, A T Lunduora. Ass't Mgr. L P. Byrne, Asst Mgr.