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STEAMER cape fear struck by LINER CITY OF ATLANTA IN NARRAGANSETT BAY. FIFTEEN OF THE GREW SAVED i Down in Three Minutes After Goes Being Hit Amidships—Deep Hole Is Cut—Majority of Crew Compelled to Jump. NEWPORT, It. I.—The «learner Cape Fear, a United States shipping board vessel, was sunk in the (Ieeriest part of Narragansett bay Saturday in a collision with the Sa vannah line steamer City of Atlanta. So far 19 of the crew of 34 of the sunken vessel are unaccounted for. The Cape Fear sank in three minutes, about half way between Castle Hill, on the Newport shore, and Rose Isl and, going down bow first in 125 fathoms. The Cape Fear was outward bound from Providence for Norfolk in bal last and carried only her crew, as did the City of Atlanta, which was bound from Savannah for Providence, j .lust how the accident happened is j nut definitely determined, especially j as the weather was clear and a light j s<-n running. concrete , Cape Fear Hit Amidships. The City of Atlanta's bow was bad- ! i.v damaged, the result of hitting the ; Cape Fear amidships, but. although there was a sevenfoot hole above tin main deck, the bulkheads held and she anchored in the bay. Of the 15 men saved from the Cape Fear five slid down lines to the City of Atlanta and the others were picked ui) from the water. Captain Garfield of the City Atlanta, in describing the accident, j said that he picked up the lights of the Cape Fear and signaled with one whistle which was answered. He was i of i bearing to ]M>rt, he said, with plenty j of room whe,u suddenly the Cape Fear swung across his bow. blowing two whistles as a signal after she had ! turned to cross to the other side. He ; ordered full speed astern, but could not avoid the collision. ■ Crew Members Dive Overboard. I The City of Atlanta shuck: square- ; iy with her bow, the blow cutting a ■ deep hole in the Cape Fear, and shat tering the concrete. j No one was injured aboard the City j of Atlanta, but of those rescued from ! the Cape Fear three were slightly in- J Captain Harry Higgins bad j i Jessie Anderson, j . Lines immedi aboard, but the ma ately were thrown steamer sank so quickly that the jorily of the crew had to dive over board. jured. cut about the head. Murders Wife—Kills Self. RICHMOND. Cal. 22, tlie mother of three children, was ! «hot dead Saturday at Richmond by Charles Anderson, lier husband, who then shot himself through the temple, according to county authorities. He oied later. Anderson was jealous of I ' 1 ' PRINCE AS BLACKSMITH s4T it i * m. "7 : £: / / 7 m iy.i •• .•> WES + 1 S: : t. a i naxyga m who is Prince Henry of England, attached to the thirteenth Hussars at thorough Item of which Aldershot, Is undergoing a '■ourse of training, one Is horseshoeing. The prince takes » great delight in blacksmlthing. and *ias? already attained a high degree of at work shoe efficiency. He is shown ing his horse. IDAHO NEWS PARAGRAPHS Recent Happenings in This State Given In Brief Items for Busy Readers. stock Show to Be Large. Jf: WIS ?'?^~ The Brounds of the f Mla , p ' i,,r ,h " hunual stock show. November 7 to 12 Apple Harvest at Its Peak. LEWISTON.—Tile season is now apple packing at its height in this section, with Rome Beauties and New i towns as the leading varieties now being shipped, apples were shipped out of the valley last week. Over 300 carloads of Farm Bureau to Reorganize. U RANGE VILLE. —Initial I steps to I reorganize the Idaho county farm bu- 1 reau will ibe taken at scattered meet- i ings in the next five weeks, when the in j is j j j working piogram for 1921 will be out lined, and problems in different U> , „„ WALLA.— Three well placed forward passes when Idaho was within striking distance of Whit- ! ' man's goal gave Idaho three touch downs and goals in the first half and ; such a lead that Whitman could not overcome it.. The final score was calities will be investigated. Idaho Beat Whitman. WALLA 21 to 7. Take Over Big Sheep Ranch. ORANGEVILLE.— Len W. Kemp and C. E. Beilinson have purchased i the interest of A O Keane in the ! . _. - °: 77' , dn ® 1,1 thfi sheep lirm of Keane, Bettinson & Kemp, sheep growers of Forest, the deal including 1250 sheep, 1600 acres , , of deeded land and 2000 acres of 1 ! leased land, ; Tuscania Survivor Is Dead. ORANGEVILLE.—Forest P. Turner, age 31. an Idaho county survivor of the ill-fated Tuscania, was fatally in jured in an accident in a sawmill in which he owned proprietary in terest near Kooskia, through having bis left foot mangled in the planer. a, j in 1917. i i lie enlisted in the 20th engineers "Pony" Young Buried at Nampa. BOISE.- -"Pony" Young, who open j ed first race track in Idaho in Boise in 1864. and conducted it loi ninny years, was buried at Nampa, ! Idaho, October 30. He was 90 years ; °bl and had lost all "t his fortune made in the early days and died in poverty. The sit of this early racing track, then far out of Boise, is now ■ many prominent resi I occupied by ; fences, a ■ , . Captain Stanley Hodgman. assistant manager of the Klk River Idaho) mill of the Potlatch Lumber company, has ; been given a six months' leave of ! j absence to accept an offer of the ; j London and Rangoon Trading com -1 ! panv to examine andn report on the J timber holdings of that company near I j Rangoon, India. Captain and Mrs. Hodgman will leave Vancouver for : the orient on November 27. They ; i will make the return trip via Suez j j canal, Paris and London. To India As Expert. . ! . of the Idaho State Teachers « tion will be held in Boise November of 25 to 2,. inclusive. Resident OIL er I m. Elliott, of Lewiston state noimal chairman of the executive announces the program The iprin^ipall Idaho Teachers to Meet. LEWISTON.—The annual meeting! issocia- i school. committee, for the inoRtfnK speakers for the general session will be Dr. H. D. Sheldon, dean of the education, University of school of Oregon, and Superintendent II. Wilson of Berkeley, Cal. Commis sioner of Education E. A. Bryan and State Superintendent Ethel E. Red field will also appear on the general B. j i program. Frestry Students Register. OF IDAHO.—Stu all parts of the state and UNIVERSITY dents from country started registering Monday in the forestry short course of five months. Practicability is stressed in all the instructions and the course is with forestry ex designed for men and others the time to complete a four I The school who can not perlen ce spare years' collegiate course, of forestry faculty is in charge of all work anti the entire equipment of the school of forestry is turned over short course students. From six United States forestry officials will assist the facul to the four to service tv with lecture courses. / 7 survey re-1 _ Oil Flow Less—More Burned. WASHINGTON. — Consumption of petroleum reached the high record I figure of 48.670,000 barrels in Sep tember. while production decreased slightly, tli» geological ports. .•> is at » New oil Well in Mosby F.eld. and leWIS TON, Mont.—A well flowing of - ^ 1000 barrels was brought in Oc 3fl - n the Mos by field, and it is reported as growing stronger. SPOKANE BUYERS GUIDE m _home paper when answering these advertisements _home INFORMATION DEPARTMENT A Handy Spokane Business and Professional Directory. w. «iTTsTÀ-v.; SpokW. auiu had, a. oh heha.kp. - Spokane Auto Rad. Works, W. 29 Main. AUTO TOP REPAIRING Fac.Auto Top Co. tiXfa W. 2nd. Ph. Riv. 446. _ BAND INSTR CTM Ë NTS REPAIRED B, F. WINSH1P &~t>UN sijîlû W. Tat Ave. BATTERY AND ELEC TR ICAL S Ë R VIC E Umpire Kle e trie Service, Ü3 antTuetfetrl MRS t T GL s> 1DRICKS. 507 . INITURE UP HOLS TERY F. H. SCHMIDT. ~j>25 ff. BrTdge Ave. . VEAL £ POULTRY BUYERS mar#; -wn: Monroe. verside Ave. ■1 I T I John Lewi s TfljCr 1 Fa cl fie Ma rket. " i —~ — Oka ne, W ash. rside Avï.. H &TË LS onroe. Riv. 176. SB,l,MAN Hotel. : rh« FRICK KE Machine, Cooper lee Ma chine & Plumbing Co. 1X04 N Monroe. Harris Ice M jy.ten e Works. Spokane. _ vrnialroiig MacI aitar yT&ft. __ — (ÎRÏGJfiAL TURKISH BATH S WALLBERG'S Steam Baths, 201 Trent patents AND trademarks. i. i.. Westfall. »12 Päuisei) I0dg. ! ' _ >HOtQ GBAI*it » _ r „ ; sie« Posts«, rEBöTETt jTYpË writer^. 'orona Typewriter Safe« Co. 14 N.Howard. RUBBER STAMPS AND B EALS 516 Sprague. PAl'in'C STAMP WO RKS , 51 ' StË'AmSHiP f?CftETS. SteamHliip Office. 21u H\de Hid« TAXIDERMISTS A(< 80 ( i fiÄRKY~H."PÄRk, Export' Taxidermist, ! Sculptor. 3d Ft. Spolmne Ildw., .06 Main. WITHERS BROS.. 822 W. Sprague ave. used cars wanted. v Hüwkrd X htn ^ReneirS'hop.bnsN fio» h f<i , 1 Good Used Cars GOOD USED PARTS. New and Used Gears for 160 Makes of Cars. The Automobile Clearing House 1212-14 Second Ave. _ i W GUARANTEED I : SED cars ami Trucks cash, balance monthly. Terms one-third , SPOKANE AUTO MARKET. wins Sprague Ave., Write for list and prices. Id and exc hanged . CARS BOUGHT AND SOLD Spokane. Cars bought, FALLS GARAGE Bridge USED CARS Spokane. Wash. Street Monroe End North WE BUY AND SELL Phone Maxwell 4132 AUTOMOBI LE AC C ÉSSORlEa^ UNIVERSAL TIRE FILLER—Join the great urmv of economizers. No puno No' blowouts. Riding qualities Guar. 100,000 in. (Not a tures. same a,s air. liquid.) SERVICE S I'A., 175 S Wall St. Ï4ÎPPBRSON Looks personalia INTO EACH RADIATOR That 1» why he gives such prompt service aad excellent workmanship. New cores . for any Radiator. Work Guaranteed. Hipperson-* Auto Radiator Shop, 1026-28 2d Ave. Main 1205, Spokane, ; gT«OfWr^ ! ; n. Reeder. Automobile Trimmer A Mfgr. -1 ^ÄiÜ-'Ls.ÖriMBs AV ®' .-uU— --— I : ; j Legs, Arms, Extension appliances for all kinds of leforinitie*. Schindler Ar. tificial Limb Co. S. 115 Wall st. Main 1568. JP er CHIROPRACTORS C C. BERKEY, A.M. O.C. Chiropractor 706 Sherwood Bldg. Graduate Nat'l School Uhiropractic, Chicago. 111. Master Degree State Uni versity, Lincoln, Neb. i CLEa« Efts AND DYERS havèTyour "overalls dry cLean We I>u y parcel post. We repair the rips and tears. Do not have them ruined by your laundry, when 46c will have them dry cleaned. UNION DYE WORKS, SPOKANE. oli of UNITED CLEANERS, DYERS 398 W. Sprague ave., Spokane. Parcel Post Orders Given Prompt Atten WE KI-HAN KLEAN. B. tion. PARISIAN' TAILORS A •lean everything: alterations 821^ l «t av. LÏ FRANK CLEANERS AND DYERS j specialize in dyein g. B e nt s ervice. 4 4)6 lkL CONCRETE AND CEMENT_ i New îyitem "Concrete: cheaper, better. N W Gunite Cona' Q Co ., 1216 O. N. B. - DRAMÀflC ART. ^ Sarah Tfuax'/tjjberi, teSçhèr «( WM; «ion. 404 Norfolk bldg.. Riverside. -- p, lôÿM ENT^ AGENCIE9 ^ ^ Star ^^npîoynîcni office' «applies and femah- hel p. 220 N . Steven«. M. 2446. - furnaces p<5? h L>^oonaîdertno8avii Furnace . Third and_ Howard - FURNiTÜRE D VEILS. We in in is ex male . The Harold S' I not all j of I | ; Boat the H. C. L. Meet Mr. Barker and look over our stock of second hand fur niture—as good as new. We pack and deliver. 11 Riverside Ave. (SOI 01 fll SPOKANE Yr, ££! OCR STOCK REDUCING SALE GIVES you what you are looking for—big sav furniture, bras« and iron beds. ings on mattresses, rugs and linoleums. SPOKANE FURNITURE CO., COR. DI VISIO N ST. AND INDIANA A V. 2d bands goods bought and so id. O. K. Furniture Exchange. S211 Mash. St """ HOGS, VEAL, POULTRY_ ^ I ^JFFALcT mÄRKBtT i^26 n! Hamitton. re-1 Wg bliy e gga, poultry, hogs, veaj and beef i ST* J- PACKING CO . ÊU) FIRST AVE. I <3«>nd fok- nuotatlop n MACHINE SHOPS AND MACHINERY^ of Oc it OLDEST WELDING SHOP IN CITY We specialize on aluminum and cyl inder work and all other auto parts. Send us your work. Coburn <S. Bristol. 157 S. Steven» St. Are you interested In pumping equipment? lu™ Write us your prob Bf lem. HOFIUS FERRIS EQPT. CO. Dept. C, Spokane. J*—' CyiTTfder Grinding a* specialty. Oversize 1 letons fitted, farts made for all cars. «JiL H Monfoe. t 5Ä5 > .I? R r.Ä? d AÜTÖ Cylinders re T lîr «iSSîîU t ,tted ,ike nHW CEN SgAgJjj^aPNH WKS. l 930_N. Howard. cylinder anJ Piston Grinding Auto Parts to Order General Machine Repairing. Write for free catalog on Grinding model machine works 216 N. Browne St. Spokane Western Mach'y & Eqpt. Co.—Machines -.""la "T ran t SR Stevens St. M. 5539 OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS The Right Glasses—that's our rebuff K ing" npHcal Co.. 613 Riverside. mönuMent>. SPOKANE MONUMENTAL CO. t.ending dealers in all Eastern uni Foreign Granite and Marble Monuments. Designs and Prices by Mail. Urge Stock. 308 W. Trent Ave., Cor. Post. i>h k of äimnit« and Marble Monu Lowest price«. Inland Monument ■1 i'° - N, UH U N. Monroe, Spokane. Wn. ut tv PRICKS ARE LOWEST ON BAKKM and all domestic and foreign granite; large stock of monument«. Washington MonumquytI_ & Ont Stone Co.. W1B16 3d. MÔTORÛYLfS, BICVÖLES, REPAIRING CÀI ,T «s city c'voTTfo' co.T TSiiÉSTAffi Harley Motorcycles. Supplie«, Repairing PFTfSlCIANS— DRUGLESS. dît All acute and chronic dis eases. ELECTRIC cabinet, diet, exercise, private gym.; graduate nurse. Bloodless, painless lonsll absorption; latest method. Old Nati onal Bank Bldg -C- - , PLd Wg fWiG AÜD STA'NDÀTtîn 'I .U M IUNG,' v HEATflîtrC?r 421 First Ave.. 8pf>k«ne, Wash, speriulizt* in out-of-town Heating, Wate<* Systems in use ion 3396. I Best « ■neats. IN SPECIALIST. _ Main 4381. HEAT tisiG to We Plumbing, stalled. work. PLATING AND STOVE REPAIRS «love repairs, welding, plating, tinning SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES i \i.i VTpiTnTn<T'September tr>, 1920. Send for catalogue. Courtney School of and Dramatic Art, S8I5 llow M. 1585. ^ ^ ing El •m 101 11 si reel. STORAGE AND TRANSFER. Transfer. Country Hauling. SEÉ CO.. HISl Lino Storage HORN STORAGE # TFT TAMALES. WûcLiC/CUS ' peppy HOT ? ■£ TAMALES ^ I•oso.t'w fcp FPonx/ve fi . 0» r*# ONLY CJlJ WELDING—ACETYLENE 9 Trent Ave., 1) metals. S pokane St 'O K A NT Monroe. Expert welders WEI Dl NG WORKS 115 S. Ml kinds of metal welding. list NEW TODAY ALFALFA^HAY Fou SA LE— Clean, bright alfalfa hay. C. Burlingame, Farmer, Walla Walla, Wash. B tJSl N ESS OPPORT UNUTTEB Country store; general mer cantile stock; good trade; motor boat service. Address E. H. Decker, Rogers burg, Wash. FARM LANDS AND REAL ESTATE FOU .SALE 70-A. PLACE, t MILE FROM TOWN, good road to high school; 58 acres plow land, bottom, good II-room house, barn. ft., painted, silo, granary, cement storage room, hog houses and pens, all fenced and crossed; fruit of all kinds; this is one of the (best and most con veni-ent places in the country; price $15, ;i0U. $8000 cash, balance three years' time 6% interest. Address McKinley Land Co., Castle Rock, Wash. LÔGGËt) OFF LANDS In Stevens county al reduced prices. Best, county In state for dairy and stock raising. Hard surfaced and paved road to Spo kane. 62x72 PHOENIX LUMBER UO., Foot of Wall 8t. Dept. W. 6. SPOKANE, WASH FLORISTS W KlTlC l'ïlfÎN fT'okT WÏUK "your floral wants to Eu gene'« Fle wer S t> op. 20 Wall at. the" bent service and quality, phone and write For DONART'S house of flowers Oor. Riverside and Lincoln. Phone 235. -Spokane FOREIGN BONDS FROM 150 to GOO per cent can be made in buying German. French. Italian or Bonds at present rates of ex* Send for our circular giving full Belgian change, particulars. C. E. MALLETTE &. UO.. Spokane, Wash. B1U.. 601-1 Jamieson Kodak film« developed free with copy of this ad. BAKU LAY'S, 8104 Howar d St . HELP WANTED MEN—WOMEN i'o prepare for Telegraph positions on va rious lines. Salaries range from $155 to $200 monthly. Guarantee positions after finishing full instruction. Next class Oct. 18 and Nov. 1. PACIFIC TELEGRAPH INSTITUTE 115 N. WALL, SPOKANE TEACHERS' AGENCIES 5Qi<dierK ,, 'for'ÎL"s7'H<n<w Albert Teachers' Agency. 229 Peyton bldg. MALE HELP WANTED WANTED—local man, mechanic or good driver to assist factory sale« manager and learn motor truck selling. Good pay. Sparc time until spring. Bx 1018, Spokane WANT El ) - G EN ERA L WOODSMEN, sawyers, swampers. teamster«. etc. Wages $6 per day and up Board $1.25 Lumber Company. Cle ^ Apply Cascade Elum. Wash. RABBITS—PET STOCK__ £?ead THE'RaIi'bITT otlRNAL. St. Frnn cis. Wis. 2 vrs., $1. Trial sutiscrlption 25c. SANITARIUMS MEDICAL LAKE The Gilkev Hotel and Sanitarium for Medical Lake; hot water bath« and mud First class cafe in connection, baths. Medical Lake, Wash. _ THEATRICAL HELP WANTED VCÏUNG MAN AND WOMAN TO TIilV cl with road show. I train you Geo. Peakman. Wenatchee, Wn. WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT -* t . specialize in mail Q'-ty orders. Most com X>? I l\S plete silk atock la v the Inland Empir*. Write us your wants Hoffman's Silk Store 2d Floor Kuhn Bldg, we are upstairs. can't compete. Others 824 Riverside Ave., SPOKANE 't| KUTE KLOES FOR KIDDIES Womea'i Silk Lingerie GOSSAftD CORSETS Leonard's Dorset Shop. N. 6 Tvâll St. DRUGLESS TREATMENTS CURE F OR RHEUMATISM, Stomach Trouble and after effects of Flu. surely cure by our new method. We also use We Violet Ray. Therapeutic l<amps. •fioetrlr Bath ami real massage. Main 3396. 615 Jamieson Bldg. BUTTONS AND PLEATING. 8IIAMKKS, 417"tfnion st.. Seaftfe,'Hem stitching, Accordion Bleating, Box Side Plealing, Cloth Covered Buttons. Mail orders ha ndled promptly.______ Sampson Feather & Button" WEsT Hein stitching, l£tyc a yard. Fine work guaranteed. M ail o rders. _624_Kuhn Bldg. 'FEATHER WORK I JKBm ML MADAME MAJER fiSHkflsb Hyde Building. AU WUWuSSm styles pleating, bul !■ SmmM ions, braiding, hem IV*""* stitching, etc. IN FÄNTS' WE AR AND NÉËDLECRAFT nie NEEIiLKORAFT SHOP, TISMSprague Infiint«' weiir. stamped goods, fancy goods. LADIES' TAILOR. ES. L AT OR suit to HOFFMAN, Ladles' Tailor, to look like new. W. 918 Sprague Ave. MATERNITY HOME »lie DR. MARV SWARTZ. GRADUATE MIDWIFE, TRAINED In Europe. Modern equipment, good home, before and after confinement, 401-402 Lindèlie Block, Spokane. ^ w 333J? escue home *» ^ F LO R E N C eTc RI W E N TÔlvfMtifëîïîIÎ''' Will furnish protect Ion and Maternity Care to women and girls desirouB of lead ing a better life. Anna Peterson, Matron. 2120 Crestline St. Phone Glenwood 1011. 'Pake HtUyard Car E. J. HYDE CO. MiliiiifHctiiring and Retail Jewelers. Watch Maker«. Gem Cutting, Repair ing of all kinds. 9 South Howard St. Ladies Attention Send 10c for ONE IMPORTED HAIR NET. State color. We import direct and sell direct CUTTING PRICES IN TWO. Send for list of our imports. Address The Prod ucts Import Company, Kirkland, Wash , Box 178. Save Money! Where you pay caah and buy for let*. WOLPER'C ▼ ▼ LADIES' STORE »J For Your next Coat, Suit, Dress, Waiat or Skirt. N.26J Post street,SPOKANE wanYed TURKEYS AND ALL KINDS OF LIVE POULTRY We are paying today, Oct. 30, the following prices f.o.b., Spokane Butter fat ..... Veal, No. 1, 90 to 130 lbs. Hog«, No. 1 block, 100 to 200 Roosters .. Hen«, alive, 4 lb«, or over. Hen«, smaller .. Broiler«, H4 to 2% lbs Springs, 2Vi lbs. and over.. Geeae .. Ducks, young . . Ducks, old ... Tiirkoys. young toms and hens, over 8 lbs. Turkeys, old tom« Hides at Market Frlce, Day of Ar rival. MC 17c 18c 12c 23c 16c ?6c 20c 18c 25c 20c 30c 28< Commercial Creamery Co. Rnoknne W««h . Hazelwood Spokane Will buy your Butter, Cream and Eggs Best Prices. Prompt Payment f SaveSiO Tr > on >.a SUITS and and Overcoats ■ W J ■ HEff'fS 1 ^ f|0ü? .w at MANNS Upstairs Clothing Store j 2nd Floor Zieirler Blk Howard & Riveriide Spokane r.Tf«înrarJT tW — ; **>LUOITO» COBtltB FROM CHEAPEST WANTED TO FINEST BUILT."