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THI PBB9B PUBLISHING CO.
CITY IN BRIEF.
Cuba and Metoengers, Phone 163.
|j ,26 and fl.50 dress goods, $1.00.
Johnston's Candles at the City
John LaFayette transacted busl
in Spokane today.
3 a«t of musie at the Rink.
gve> thing In the store at cost for
ne day more at C. M. Robertson's.
Mrs. S. J. Fernaid, who has been
1 [or several days, Is much Improved
joe Marks, of the Red Front Shoe
d Clothing store, was a Spokane
Leather table covers and pillows
Mr brush and applique designs.
Joseph J. Howe, a prominent Min
-ta lumberman, visited friends
the city yesterday.
Robert W. Collins for real estate
bottom prices sure to make you
- n ey on the advance.
Mrs. N. M. EnqUest left on this
-ruing s train for a two day's visit
friends in Spokane.
H. A. Barton moved his newstand
his book store building at 202
urth street this morning.
Harry L. Day, the Wallace mining
-n passed through the city yeeter
y afternoon enroute to Spokane.
Emmet Peterson, a clerk at the
Jorklund store, who has been 111
th lagrippe Is again back at his
Geo. McCormick, who was recently
-rated upon at the hospital for a
-wth on his neck, is recovering
Let Zimmer supply your coal; five
cars Just arrived and the price la
right. Phone Bell 161-K or Inter
Robert Ramsay, of St. Joe, was In
the city Saturday afternoon transact
ing business with the Lakeside Fur
Ex-mayor Robert Collins, who has
been suffering from a severe cold for
the past three or four days. Is re
ported much better.
Mrs. C. E. Woods, who has been
til for the past several days, is im
proving and hopes to be up and about
sgsln In a few days.
Have you bought everything In the
dry goods line you need. Tuesday
ti the last day of the Pre-inventory
ale at C. M. Robertson's.
Colonel Jenkins, president, and
Judge Hartson, vice president of the
White Star Navigation company,
were visitors In the city this mOrbing
Dressmaking.—Mrs. Badger, 407
Coeur d'Alene street, will do all
kinds of dressmaking at reasonable
prices and give good satisfaction
W. E. Seeley, a prominent mining
man of this city, left on this morn
lug's train on a business visit t<
Spokane and southern Idaho towns
Geo. Cooper and wife returned last
evening from Moscow where they
spent the holidays and left today for
the Big Prong mine near Hayden
Give school children a warm drink
at this time of the year. The child
r*ns' grain drink, known aa ''Golden
Grain Granules," la a system build
* for young and old.
The Coeur d'Alene Band and Or
chestra. Ms sic furnished on all oe
sasions. Geo. Decker, Director and
manager. Headquarters, Coeur d'
Alene Tea store. Both phonee 113.
Minnlck and LaFayette have secur
*d many contracts for storing
Ice and If the present cold weather
continues will start work with a crew
of men on Monday next. They will
work about fifty men and from ten
to twelve teams.
Mrs. p. T. Nixon will 16ave tomor
cow morning for Spokane and from
there, after a few days' visit, w|ll go
to Chicago, where the will meet her
husband. After n two months' visit
In the east, Mrs. Nixon will return to
the city but Mr. Nixon will remain
until some time In June.
The funeral of Mrs. Frank B e n ra
Icy. of Potlatch, was held at the
Coeur d'Alene undertaking parlors
this morning at 1$ o'clock. Rev. Hod
■°n officiating. The cause of Mrs.
Bearsley'u death was pneumonia. She
leaves to aarvlve her and to mourn
hp r death, a husband, n little girl ten
Jears of age and four brothers. The
funeral was conducted under the aus
pice* of the Odd' Fellows and Engle
For plumbing, see Desail.
Hear Opie Read Friday, January
Haight s Bakery. Phone *« F, In
Ople Read will be at'Che Auditor
lam Friday January 17.
Bertha Jones made a / visit to her
home at Rosa yesterday.
Merchants lunch at the Hotel Ida
ho, from It to 3 p. m., 40 cents.
R. G. HMl and wife are hack from
two weeks' visit to coast'cities.
An evening with Ople Rend, Fri
day, January 17, at the Auditorium.
Mrs. J. W. Fisher, of Spokane, Is
visiting with Mrs. R. L. Porch of this
Boyd Hamilton departed on the
morning train for a brief business
trip to Spokane.
Don't ask for Pre-Inventory prices
C. M. Robertson's on Wednesday.
This sale closes Tuesday.
A baby boy was born last Saturday
evening to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burns.
Both mother and child are doing
Two acre tract all under cultiva
tion to trade for small house and lot.
For particulars see Hobson A Park
Chris Christenson,' of Spokane, has
enrolled as a student in the Swedish
Lutheran college. He will make his
home with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy West
Your money Invested In real estate
at right prices Is a safe and sure In
vestment. See the advertisement of
Robert W. Collins and select one
of his bargains.
Henry Sampson, of the Lakeside
Furniture company, is suffering from
severe attack of pleurisy. Mr. Samp
son Is better, however, today and
hopes to be able to be out soon.
Mrs. Holtbuer's orchestra furnish
es first class dance music. VloHn,
mondolin and guitar lessons given.
Address,801 Wallace street, or phone
Princess rink, Interstate 256 A.
The funeral of Mrs. Sabina Little,
of St. Maries, was held this afternoon
at the Coeur d'Alene undertaking
parlors at 2 o'clock. Rev. Lltherland,
of the Presbyterian church, officiated.
To those who have money to invest
In real estate I would say, "Let me
place a few bargains In your hands."
Now is a good time to buy. Give
me a call and you will get busy. Chas.
B. Le Deau, 319 Sherman; phone
65c and 75c dress goods, 50c. Nor
Mrs. L. A. Marks, of Forest
Heights, purchased the handsome
dresser sold at the Dutch auction at
the Lakeside Furniture store Satur
day afternoon. The dresser was
placed in the window at a price of
$21 and sold for $12.
Mrs. Isabell Devine died last even
ing at the hospital from an operation
performed for gall stones. Mrs. De
vine leaves a husband and several
children. Mr. Devine is sn employee
of the Lewis L.umber company in the
capacity of camp boss. No funeral
arrangements have so far been hade
Will E. Brebner, for merly a resi
dent of this city, but now of North
Yakima, has recently been made
manager of tbe collection department
of the St.' Paul ft Tacoma Lumber
company at that place. Mr. Brebner
was well known In this city and has
many friends here who will be glad
to hear of his promotion to the above
The John LaFayette mill has thir
teen thousand log* In Its yards, cut
and ready to be sawed into lumber,
Tbe mill expects to start up Monday
for a steady run on a contract for
bridge timbers with tbe Flewelllng
Lumber company. This contract
will repwssent two or three minion
feet of lumber. Besides this the mill
has several other large contracts on
Caesar Masstnl had a valuable
hunting dog poisoned Saturday night
This makes the third dog poisoned In
this vicinity and the police are ex
erting every possible effort to appre
hend the guilty parties and Intend
as soon M they do so, to prosecute
them to the full extent of the law
The officres are non-committal upon
the matter but It la understood that
they have a clew and an arrest may
follow In a day or so.
The following advertisement of olive
eft Is the work of a Bio Janeiro firm
"Own olives oils have garantised
fitts quality. Diligently fabricated add
filtrated, the cooeumer wffl find with
them, the goeff tatts aol perfect pres
ervation. For to escape to any eouttf
fett. to atoaaaary to' requiem on any
bo tto e this c ontra m arc d e pose d
feruteMy to ton tow. The corks had
th* boxas ham all aafksfi with the
EIGHT REASONS WHY
-Yon Should Take Advantage of Oar
FIRST ANNUAL ADVANTAGE SALE
Whv p * y 160 for oatln fi
" flannel when yon can
boy extra quality
outinge during Qf. V( 1
advantage aale at J '**
Whv pay $1.75 for sateen
™ *v petticoat* when you
can boy "Fluffy Baffle" pet
looet daring advantage
Whv Nl 50o yd- forcbll
*v dren'a school plaids
when you can buy light or
dark colored mixture* during
advantage aale tor 27c yd.
Whv P* 7 31.00 for ladle*
TT *V fleeced lined union
•utta when yuu can aave 15c
on every garment dur- UC,,
lug advantage sale.. .
Whv P*T 31.15 fer ready
Whs/ P*J 65o foi Turkey
Whv P*» 31-25 for shad
Whv p* 7 B0 ° ,or wo °*
" 'v made sheets when
V ,i 3 r red table linen when
" ■* * ow plaid Broadoiotb
liy flue cashmere hoe*
yon oan buy 9-4 eeamleee
you oan bay neat, paaay pat
suiting* when you oan buy
when you can buy hlgb splice
sheets during advent DA.
tern during the ..J
the new shades In green and
beel end double aole wool
advantage aale at * ,OV / U *
brown during aale T®C yd.
hose during sale at 30C
This Advantaqe sale is only on
Tbe Little Silk
We do not quote prices on cheap
notions and thread in order to
Explanations Follow and Case is Dis
C. T. Murphy was arrested this
morning by Chief of Police McGovern
on a warrant issuing out of the court
of A. Blixt, charging him with rob
bery. The complaint was preferred
by J. E. Moon and charged Murphy
with entering the residence of Moon
last Saturday night and taking
therefrom a box of clothing, valued
at fifty dollars. It appears that the
wife of Murphy had taken this box
of clothing to Moon and deposited It
with him as security for a $16 loan.
When Murphy appeared in court this
morning he admitted the taking of
the goods but stated he did not know
that his wife had borrowed any mon
ey and that the box of clothing had
been given as security for It. Mr.
Moon withdrew the complaint against
Murphy on consideration that Mur
phy return the box of clothing and
that he also pay the cost of the case.
This Murphy did and the case was
CHARGED WITH ROBI1ERY
The Press Publishing Co., the
Print Shop by the lake, prints for
We have been
.....away for over a year trying to
make you see thru our specks--and
"take in" a good thing. But, while
a great many far-sighted people
have got next and profited thereby
there are others who are as yet un
decided. Commence the new year
right and get a home in MEYER
DALE and be ready for spring
319 Sherman Street
is what tbe depositor to looking for. Absolute gaiety
with four per cent interest to better to many than higher
rates and risks. We offer the interest and tbe security
for your business. Call and let ns talk it over with yon.
Coeur d'Alene Bank & Trust Co.
CORNER SHERHAN AND SECOND STREETS
ooun nmtrr and waltib
16 inch wood from $1 worth ap
16 inch Wood, Split.
all reedy for the kitchen stove. Any
W. A. BAIRD.
Irteraaete S4SA 1*1* Third a*.
Th* Housekeeping Instinct.
A bright little girl who had success
fully spelled the word "that" waa ask
ed by her teacher what would remain
after tbe "t" bad been taken sway.
"The cups and saucers," was tbe
She—He Is a person of perfect eaae
and iiossession and la thoroughly at
home anywhere. He—Yes. he even baa
the faculty of making you feel a total
stranger tn your own houae.—London
Fear and Danger.
Nervous Old Lady (to deck hand on
steamboat) — Mr Steamboatman. la
there any fear of danger! Deck Hand
(carelessly)— Plenty of fear, ma'am,
bat not a bit of danger.
ROOKS-RourM, ao)<l and exchanged. Bar
ton's Book store.
Kugtne tor Sato- Three lior*e power steam en
glne at a low price. • all at the Pres* oftlc*.
KOK RENT—Two room* furnished to* light
housekeeping. 314 north luth *t.
FURNISHED BOO MB-Furnace heat, 110 per
munt h 415 Second »t
PLACARDS.—Furnished room*, lor sale, no
minor* allowed, hotel law* aud other card* *old
at the Press office.
WANTED— Position to do housework, fall
Eighth aud Montana. Bell phooe 147._
MON1Y—to loan on real estate, tub Sherman
We Are Offering
Prices on Furniture
that cannot be duplicated in
the northwest. Our stock is
complete in every depart
ment. Examine our stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
New goods of 1908 pattern
are arriving every day.
Your Credit is Good
HERE IS AN OFFER
GIVE THIS YOUR ATTENTION
I have a proposition whereby one can
secute a fine modern home free, connect
ed with a private water system, including
one acre of land in fruit trees. Good barn
and in a splendid location. This need
not cost you one cent if you are a worker.
This statement can be made good. Call
and see me.
Chas. B. LeDeau
Phones 308 - 319 Sherman