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home rule to be given IRELAND, MINISTER SAYS. FULL WOMAN GALLS HIM BI6 LIAR Lord Mayor of Cork i The Fast of Quite a Joke— Seems Long Time Dying—United Kingdom Has Means to Rescue. LONDON, Eng.—Winston Churchill, Britisli war minister, in a sensational Saturday night in Dundee on Russia, during which he woman in the "You're a liar,'' and the British Russia I speech Ireland and interrupted by il was gallary who shouted defended his governments policy toward and declared. "We are going to break this murderous gang in Ireland as rises tomorrow own the -sun as sure morning." . _ . . Mr Churchill ridiculed the last of which of Cork, lord mayor the Yon Want Your Money j the same day Eggs are and we mail it to you Cream, Poultry received. Armour Creameries, SPOKANE Buyers of Poultry, Cream and Eggs or r LESS BETTER SERVICE FOR MONEY. _ ^ Give your laundry Parcel and Dry Cleaning to Uie Mailman, addressed to It will be returned spick and span. Postage paid. "1 am your Bosom Friend. us Crystal Laundry, Spokane I j ; i , ! | ! ! j ! Spokane. Wnwh W=A=N a FB=D Cream and Produce We are paying today, Oct. 16, the following prices f.o.b., Spokane 61c Butter fat . Veal, No. 1. 90 to 130 lbs. Hogs, No. 1 block, 100 to 200. Roosters . Hens, alive, 4 lbs. or over. Hens, smaller . Broilers, lti to Springs, 2% lbs. and over Geese .. [tucks, young . Ducks, old . Hide* at Market Price, Day of Ar rival. 17c 18c 12c 25c 17c 26c Vi lbs.. 22c 18c .25c 20c i i ; Commercial Creamery Co. I j i 1 ! Spoknn*. Wash WELCH'S MARKET ATTENTION Wa are prepared to buy your hog* and veal and give you top market Also to serve you In ease you need good meat. Welch'* Market, 710 Main., Spokane i - : - TAILOR and CLOTHIER : ■ r ■< i ~ j. : T Ii KI! I All Righl MMM Bring It Back L R. Dolby Co. SPOKANÈ'S GREATEST © U j ! US' Hazelwood Spokane Will buy your Butter. Cream and Eggs. Best Prices. Prompt Payment PIANOS and PHONOGRAPHS You should take no chances, but consult Spokane's oldest and largest Piano House. Your neighbor has known us for 20 years. THE SIMON PIANO COMPANY 911-15 Riverside Ave. Opposite Postoffice. HAY We specialize on Yakima Valley Alfalfa Hay, Alfalfa Meal. Write ua for Quotations, F. O. B. Your Station POULTRY FEEDS—DAIRY FEEDS FALLS CITY MILL & FEED CO., SPOKANE. TRAY TAVERN Next to Pantage* Theater. Wonderful Eats at Moderate Price* SPOKANE'S GREATEST CAFETERIA 43 OIL-SOA K ED SITTP WON'T TAKE FIDE the NEW YORK.—Experts of aviation service army and navy preparing reports to the gov ;•> : are eminent on the flying demonstra 9 flaming, oil-soaked, fire tion of a proofed airplane and its midnight landing device witnessed by them near here, experts who saw demontsration by Paul Collins, a civilian flyer, said it marked one of the most important develop ments in aviation siuce the arm istice. Many killed recently chines. Before making his ascent to an altitude of 5000 feet. Collins' ma chine was treated throughout with the fire proofing "dope" and then completely saturated with gasoline. Collins, himself, donned a costume similarly treated. At his highest altitude lie set fire to the gasoline. On his descent, at about 1000 feet, lie also touched off two flares of magnesium on the tips of the wings and by manipulating two mirrors under the fuselage, he il luminated the whole landing field, enabling him to make a perfect "daylight ' landing. The fire-proofing, as well as the mechanical apparatus foj operating the device, is the invention of Parker H. Bradley of Nutley, N. J. American and British I the spectacular mail aviators have been by flaming ma ! i % I In i ' of brought loud laughter from his au dience. It was during Mr. Churchill's anti j soviet remarks that the woman in terrupted him. The season the Has to Uphold Justice. "ft was during the silly that Mr. MacSwiney announced his j determination to starve himself to , from death'' the w>ar minister said. "If ; the government had given in to him tiie whole administration of criminal L>. : to post The was ; C justice would have been broken down. I MacSwiney didn't want to die. The j government didn't w ant him to die. ; but lie has many friends in Ireland who wishes he would die. Now, after i nine weeks of fasting, he still is , alive." Mr. Churchill said Herbert H. As ! quith, former premier, apparently de | sired punishment only for those Irish ! policemen whose comrades were shot ! and killed, leaving j phana while the Sinn Fein murderers ) tiler ! went free. widows and or-., tion ' the "There are resources in the united | ship kingdom which are capable of ing Ireland front her horrible rescu- , fate and setting her free and strong on . i her feet again," Mr. Churchill said, i "1 believe Mr. Asquith has taken up ; his view of the Irish question be has 1 sity I cause he considered the time j cotne for a renewal of the old party j i warfare. Fortunately the tories and j has 1 liberals are now joining together and ! ! this makes it practically certain that I did i a full measure of home rule will be ! for in granted to Ireland." Bury Rev. Stuck Among Indians. DAWSON, Y. T.—Archdeason Hud- j son Stuck, famous as the first m in to ) scale Mount McKinley and noted pin- i : neer Alaskan, who died of pneumonia last week, was buried In a humble : Indian cemetery at Fort Yukon, Al I aska, beside the bodes of natives , ' of I j NLW > ORK. Harry C. Toback, a j j salesman of Brooklyn, is under ar- j rest charged with having committed i the half-million dollar jewel theft ! j among whom he had labored for the ! last 16 years. Caruso's Diamonds Found. Torn the home of Enrico Caruso sev- i oral months ago. According to the police, Toback has admitted posses sion of some of the stolen gents. Montana "U" Beats Washington 18-14 uiiiver- ! sity's football eleven went down in muddy defeat before the squad of the University of Montana here Sat urday. when the Grizzlies waded and plowed their way to an 18 to 14 victory, combatting rain and mud as ' well as the brawn of the Sun Dodgers, __ SEATTLE. — Washington i Cotton Prices Slump. . lolloping tin tu tul of lower prices in other commodities the cotton goods markets for the last j week have registered declines run- ' ning far beyond anything ever known in the history of trade. As law as 10 cents was accepted for goods that sold as high as (26 cents in April. NEW YORK. | IL. ! $14,000,000 English Gold Comes. NEW YORK.—Gold from the Bank ! of England valued at $11,000,000 and i consigned to the Federal Reserve bank, arrived here recently on the Adriatic. She also brought $2,000,000 worth for Kuhn, Loeb & Co. Next to making our own mistakes the easiest thing in the world is to criticize the mistakes of others City Boys Revel in Country ; ; j ; j m a ' v 'v. c ' 'S#':-:.!. ' * m »3 X 2 < ;•> : : $ ÿfï: : '■ ■0) Si w - I m 9 * Ü ■ m Wm & ? 4 V I Y .Æ :V X i ' V V ; i J ' m m m wmm i 1 ,.v^ * ! i 1 Sfcfc; » >*•; % : & m&m ii! M p y. « WÀ ■ & mm m , Winomi Lake, Indiana, I> the emintry Imme <>i the Chiengo Imys < 11 ' In a beautiful spm just outride of Winona may be found what lias been pro nounced one of the tim-sl eaniping grounds in the United Stales, and it is here that the dub lias ioeated iis camp. Boys from off tlie streets of Chicago are find out what is good in life. Some i close to nature to end cooking fis.li they have just caught. ' given a chance to get of them are seen cleaning IDAHO NEWS PARAGRAPHS Recent Happenings in This State Given in Brief Items for Busy Readers. Bandits Hold Up Camp. SANDPOINT.—Three masked men entered camp No. I! in Back river recently and held up 14 men in the room, securing over $500 in cash. The camp is a new one belonging to the Beardmore Lumber company of j Priest River, and is located five miles , from Samuels. • ; Soldier Dies En Route Home. SANDPOINT.—The body of William L>. Martin, first Bonner county boy : to die in action and for whom the post was named, is en route home. The post has made tentative arrange ments for a military funeral. Martin was killed at Epieds during the ; Marne offensive while serving with C battery. 14ttth field artillery. Masonic ) tiler of Kootenai lodge, Master Mason for Fifty Years. COEUR D'ALENE.-—An event in circles October 16 aside front the regular work was a recep complimentary to M. Robish, celebrating tion ' the 50th anniversary of his member Mr. Robish was | ship in the order, , raised a Mason in Jefferson lodge, Jefferson, Wis., October 15, 1X70. . "U." Loses Fast Game. MOSCOW.—Washington Stale Col lege October 15 defeated the Univer 1 sity of Idaho 14 to 7 in the hardest j fought, most nerve-rending game that j has ! since the days of Coach Pink Griffith. I Upsetting dope as it does, the game did not find Washington below their been seen on the Idaho field ! rating as the most logical candidate for northwest champion, but rather in Idaho there was found an unlooked j for fighting aggregation, made up of ) real material, coached to the last i notch, and faghting every minute. , Boat Ready to Carry Wheat. LEWISTON.—Captain J. E. Akins of the steamer Spokane, a transfer I boat of the O.-W. R. & N. fleet ply ing on the Snake river, announces that grain hauling would start as soon as his vessel received clearance j papers from the government inspeet a j j n g engineers at Riparia. Nearly j every warehouse along the Snake i river from Riparia to Couse creek, ! above ' Asotin, is full to overflowing and farmers have -been forced to pile grain in the open outside the ware houses. The terminai points where the grain is transferred to the rail road are Lewiston, Crum's Landing and Purrington. i ! ' ewah most entirely Friday Idaho district of the state association, Idaho Teachers Elect. The closing session of WALLACE. the Northern Idaho Teachers' Asso Ssliosltone, dation, of composed Kootenai, Bonner, Boundary and Ben counties, was given over al to the north i composed of the five northern coun ties ,the state being divided into six districts. The important business was the electlon of district officors Pro . j ' lessor E. L. Cherry, St. Maries, was elected president; Gertrude Leliuquet, | Sandpoint, Spencer, Jessie president • St. Maries, secretary, and vice IL. E. Laidenridge, Sandpoint, was selected as the executive representa ! tive to the state association meeting. ! i Wins $7261 Death Claim. BOISE—The board announces the filing of its de cision in the case of Alice M. Hauter of Kellogg against the Coeur d'Alene Antimony Mining Co., a claim for compensation for herself and minor son for the death of her husband. An award previously made by an arbi tration committee. accident industrial to adverse to the claimant, was reversed by the board ( and the widow was awarded compen sation and other fees totaling $7X61. The reversal was due to additional evidence submitted by both parties. . The controversy hinged on the ques- | tion as to whether the deceased, ; Arthur F. Hunter, was entitled to compensation insurance. The mining company, his employer, alleged he ; w T as earning $4000 or more a year and therefore was excluded from the benefits of the compensation act. Board of Pardons Busy. BOISE.—At one time under the; siiadow of the gallows John Fleming is a free man, having been liberated from the state penitentiary by the board of pardons. He is 70 years old and too feeble to work. The prison ' Did You Fail to Have Your Plumbing Inspected Last Fall? j I : Better have it done NOW- be fere cold weather sets in. We are making a specialty of country work and will puot your Plumbing in shape at a very rea sonable cost. Sometimes a pipe joint cracks with the settling of the building, it may happen in the night—and by morning enough destruction has been done in a few' short hours to make you feel sorry for months for not having had the Plumbing carefully gone over in time. Write us TODAY. It will not COST much and may save you a great deal later. I I I i USED CARS Bought, Sold and Exchanged. Advancements made and cars sold on consignment. WRITE FOR LIST OF CARS FOR SALE In the heart of Auto Row, 1017 Sprague Ave., Spokane. AUTOMOBILE TRADING CO.__ MOTEL RIDPATH. , 1 " Where you feel right at Home " Newly refilled — Cozy and Modern I éjkÊÂ Troa mbusI VvmroRT H.3.BUSS. zt? 1 A MALT SYRUP HOPS —BOTTLERS' SUPPLIES== = = We Ship C. O. D. if Desired Via Express or Parcel Post. SEATTLE. Special Mall Order Service. C. O. HART j109 UNIVERSITY ST„ HIDES Are Not Junk. to" the Junk Man . Why Sell Them f. FOR TOP PRICES Hides. Pells. " oo1 ' the largest con- . be sure to ship your Mohair, and Tallow to ent house in the northwest. signm os a trial shipment. « The H. F. Norton Co Wash. Wash. Wash. Ore. - Idaho " Idaho 9 SPOKANE . SEATTLE BELLINGHAM . PORTLAND . NAMPA . IDAHO FALLS - itciP»msN ■ &noTrim of «. Standard Hide officials released him that he end the balance of the few left to him outside of the grim of the penitentiary. Fleming was sentenced to the pen itentiary after he had killed a man in Lincoln county in a quarrel over the use of ditch water. That was 12 years ago. He was tried, found guilly and sentenced to be hanged, but the sentence was later commuted to life and on five different occasions the board has cut down the sentence til time was so short that he had little left to serve. Then the board stepped in and pardoned him. It also gave pardons to 19 other prisoners under sentence for minor crimes. They are: Paul Cameron, J. M. Coplen, E. C. Davis. Harry Day wait, William Dwyer, Thomas E. God dard, Jack Lee, Wallace McFarland, Fred Marlow, J. A. Nicklin, Clarence Rodehouse, Oliver Schoonover, Ray mond Walker, P. A. Whistler and Frank Urbanaki may years walls un CHICAGO.—Frederick W. Chicker ing, an official of Chickering brothers piano makers, dropped dead Satur day Reliable Information Furnished Stocks Bought and Sold on commission. Market let ter mailed on request. Correspondence solicited. Reference: Old Nat'l Rank. on MINING STOCKS. . | ; , ; j j C. T. UNDERWOOD, 120f> Ulil National Bank Bldg., Spokane, Wash. Dealer in STOCKS AND BONDS Sailors' Middy Blouses Elan net $10. Serge $15. Cap doth $12.50 and up. White drill, flannel collar $5. Sent on approval, postpaid upon receipt of price. Fine for school wear. i 1305 First Ave., Seattle, U. S. A. Remember the No. Kelly's 600 ONE AND TWO-YEAR-OLD WHITE LEGHORN HENS Purchased from D. Trancred as day old chicks; $1.75 each. Now taking orders for day-old chicks for 1921, $20 iper 100. Y ESTER LA ID EGG RANCH R. F. D. No. 1, Box 186 WASHINGTON KENT. ' S E L L *50 to $1000 Estab lishes Profitable Business Anywhere as Our Rep resentative. ouc of our PATENTED PRODUCTS j Auto Pim Tool Presto Ford Starter I Die Stock Oil Hendl* : Cutting-Welding Tcrch Etc. ) SMITH BLOU WESLEY BUTT, Inc. I nternational Distributee StBTlA . "ÎT rch rv t 5 i: A PAIR <.f French ! A m ■ , ; *'-H Li 'li Door* ii- -r *_IL in a lilbl'illcd lot;e ; !r 11.■ It. T! il v r M jy - 11 . / l .ut : " IU* - : P-VÎ' r*i * -, • * t !:>V 'èssh r-.K Kt 1,4 ll m r i nity i b'iL.iing \ ho'jlJ include French •».vor*.' . \\A inurttif rife f pi, M tile First A R.v.i* er \ -«• -trill SASH AND DOORS, SCREENS AND WINDOW GLASS CHICKEN HOUSE SASH. Skylights, 36x40 inches, price. Sash, 20x25 Inches, 4 lights, price $1-29 A dozen other sizes in stock for Im mediate shipment. COTTAGE FRONT WINDOWS 40x40 Bottom Glass and 40x16 Top Glass, price . . $ 3 . on $8.45 I COTTAGE FRONT DOORS _ $7.00 I Our Orcas Pattern, price Our large illustrated catalog showing I full line of building material free on re i quest. 0. B. Williams Co •t Est. 1899. Seattle. Wash.. 1943 1st Ave. S.