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time with the Brewing Prw we ere
eon polled to nuke • rale that ell dis
play edrrrtieiiig meet be in the of
fice hr 11 o'clock a. as. to insure
Big doinga at the Lyric Monday
See the wonders ol nature st the
William Drnuo raealved tha suit at
ths Bernier eult club last avanlng.
If yoy want a good Uugh. ooas
to ths MaJaatlc tonight.
Rogers sllverwnra at tha Rackat
Saa tha wondars 'of natura at tha
"la Old Kentucky" at tha Lyric to
, If you. want s good laugh, coma
to tha MaJaatlc tonight
Just look ot tha Rackat atora'a
if you want a good laugh, ooms
to tha MaJaatlc tonight.
Halloween assortment at tha
Racket atora. Saa tha window.
Coma and have a good laugh at
tha MaJaatlc tonight.
Baa the great comic program at
Baa tha great comic program at
"Taka Ms With You la My
Dvaama" sung at tho Lyric.
Baa tho great comic program at
Boils! dolls! Look at the Rackat
Coma and have a good laugk at
tha MaJaatlc tonight.
Or. L. H. Moat, osteopathic phys
ician, Exchange Mat tonal Rank build
ing. Rooms 61-61-83.
me i ♦
- Baa the wonders of aatura at tha
u aJt» U t i
Better Sak tha price* at tha Racket
baler* yen buy.
Come and have a good laugh at
the Majestic tonight.
A biograph feature at tha Lyric
Prof. M. L. Hoot gaa raturnad to
the city and wilt organise another
class in physical culture and will
give the first lesson tomorrow even
lag. Ha has a large class already
Call 801 and the Marchaat'a Trans
fer company wagea will ho at year
O. C. Ballard of Mtlaa. Wash., la
la the city visiting at tha bom* of
hla friend. Henry RnlUngar. Mr
Ballard may decide to locate her*
with hla family, as h* la looking for
Thorougkly dry »0-lash fir and
tamarack slab wood delivered. For
•ale cheap. Blackwell Lumbar com
pany. Ball phoa* 41. latenut* 4
Thar* are aqveraj elegantly dec
orated show windows lu the city lu
tha dlBerenl business place*, which
•peak wall for tha proprietors and
their trimmers. Many of tho di
stgus shew skill la tha artistic ar
Edison'a latest comedy picture at
Thera will ha a man# meeting of
all the church** lu the city next
Sunday evening at the Method let
church and the speaker ot tho occas
ion will ho J. M. Olasa. the well
known platform orator of tha Pa
cific coast, who la aadorsad by all
tha landing temperance and prohi
bition workers of the nation.
R. J. Malien, g ene ra l agent ter
the Americas Credit Indemnity com
pany of New York with headquarter*
at Portland, Ore., was la the cHy
y esterday. While hare he visited
with O. M. Barr, they having mat
this last rammer at the beach oa tha
Pacific coast when each ware taklag
their vacation with thatr families
Mrs. W. M. Hopklrk departed for
soother* lows teat avanlng, where
she will remain during the winter
in tha early spring ah* will sail
thatr property there, which coaalats
of the old homo whore they hav*
lived for more thag *• »«nrs. and
win more her* to poke their per ms -
stuff horn*. Mr. Hopklrk wilt fe
male her* la tho position of eeere
tary of tho Commercial risk and
wait the coming of hla wife la tha
•bring Mr. Hopklrk aeeempaalad
hie wife as far aa Spokane.
Special music at the Lyric.
"Ethel's Luncheon'' win be serredj
st the Lyric tonight.
Plans sre now being made for sev
eral hallow'een parties on Saturday
Master Bernice Kirkpatrick will
sing st tiie Lyric tonight.
Ludfisk at tha Idaho liercsntlla
Groom brick cbaaaa >0 canto per
pound at tha Idaho Mercaatila Co.
Our ahipment of Ludllab 1 shore.
Tha Idaho Mercantile Co.
Hear Jack Wllllama at tha Lyric
Today la ona of the beat daya of
tha seaaon. If bright and warm sun
shine count# for anything.
Patriotic picture at tha Lyric to
▲ sale of second hand clothing
will be held at Mia Salvation Army
hall Thursday, October 28, from 10
m. to 3 p. m.
Mrs. Teresa Orahani, and Mlaa
Mamie Healey ot New York City have
Juat raturnad from an extended visit
to San Francisco, Cal., and will again
be In Coeur d'Alene for a few weeks.
Tha Cope Plwmbiug A Heating Co.
of this city began the lnsttallation
of fixtures today iu the Har
rison school building and expect to
have It completed within 30 days.
Unable forged cutlery goods at
tha Racket atora.
Rusetfeb dancer* at the Lyric.
Lyric at tha doings big.
8c* tbe Coaaack riders at the Lyric
Tha Merchants' Transfer company
sent two teams to the north fork ot
the Coeur d'Alene river today to
work in the Stack-Olbbs lumber
Mr. F. R. Boone of Livingston,
Mont., civil engineer for the North
ern Pacific railway, la vlaltlng his
mother, Mrs. C. H. Hines at La
Crosaa, for a few daya.
Double show at the Lyric.
Keep la mind the 1. O. O. F. dauc
ing party at tha Blackwell pavilion
Saturday evening. It will be a Hal
loween party and it la expectetd that
a large number will he present. Best
of music. Plan to attand.
Tha High school base ball team
depart* tomorrow for Wenatchee,
Wash., where they will mast the foot
ball players ot that place on the
gridiron on tha following day. Tbe
Coeur d'Alene players will not re
turn to tho city before Saturday
A. Bettis arrived in the city yes
terday sad will visit with relatives
during th* winter. It will be re
membered that Mr. Bettis Is the gen
tleman who waa th* promoter in get
Ung th* Inland electric railroad to
this city, and waa instrumental In
Its building. Ha feels a groat later
sat la this cHy and believes it baa a
Th* ladles ot St. Luko'a Bplaoo
pal church hav* secured tha excellent
Schubert Symphony Hub gad Indy
quartet of Chloego for an entertain
moat to ho given In this city on the
evening or Tneoday, November 14
The place will be Announced later
Th* organisation la one ot tho hast
on th* road and comas bearing tha
beat erf recommendations.
BOYS WKKK IWFOMl
Admitted Haring Been Planning to
Wrack the Train.
Th* hearing of tho five boys
charged with obstructing th* rail
road track la tha vicinity or Bell
grove, ns waa given la yesterday's
Praia, waa bald this afternoon. Each
of tho hoys wore quaatloned privately
by th* county attorney in th* pres
ence of Judge Bgbera. Au adjourn
ment waa taken until Monday morn
lag at 14 o'clock to got more
dance, which th* partite said that
they could ruvutah. Th* lads ad
mitted that they had talked mad
planned af wrecking the train oa
Hallow*** night, hat ram* ot fkem
testified that tt was mar* of a Joke
thaa a reality and that they did not
maaa t* do say harm tha other even
lag whoa thay hl aaha d sd th* track
RIAL BBTATB TRANSFERS.
Instruments Bled for rocorl
KooMmU ooutjr, Idilo, October
14, 11M. Furnished by th* Panhan
dle Abstract company.
B. C. Thomas, Jr., at al. to Da
vid L. Ayers, tract 4, block B.
Thomas Ga r den Tracts, lllll.
I Barths J. Bands to M. L. Lynch
lot 8 and south l-t lot 8, block
North Park add. to Ooeur d'Alene,
COBBBCkB of Russia
A Car*l*»g Tramp
Thay would Elopo
Spocial music by Paarl E.
Popajoy and Barnica
W MTUMPING THE COUNTY
FOR LOCAL OPTION.
M. Glass Ha* Been Secured to
Give Several Lectures.
The local option committee has se
cured the services of the well known
prohibition platform orator J. M.
CUas* to give several speeches in the
county this week and he is now at
work. Last evening he spoke at St.
Maries, tonight he will be at Har
rison, Thursday night at Spirit Lake,
Friday at Athol, Saturday at Post
Flails, and Sunday and Monday next
he will address gatherings In this
city, speaking at a mass mooting
Mr. Olasa Is said to be an excel
lent speaker and a well posted man.
He has an abundance of pathos and
humor, Interwoven with wit and
logic. He is endorsed by leading
temperance and prohibition workers
of the nation, also endorsed by anti
saloon league and W. u. T. u. of
California and Oregon,
HAS NEW METHOD
FOR SECURING DAMAGES.
Trains Chickens to Come at Anto
ELIZABETH, N. J.. Oct.' 27.
John V. Underwood, n liveryman In
this city, haa Invented a novel Idea
for obtaining money In the way of
damages. He has trained bla chick
eus, by calling them to feed with an
auto horn for several weeks, ,so that
when an auto approaches they will
run out In the road, and by accident
will be run over or Injured, then Un
derwood enters complaints and sues
for damages. A caae la now pend
ing In Judge Roose's court lit which
Underwood askea and demands ex
LYNCHED TWO NEGROES
IN JAIL FOR MURDER.
Charged With Killing Man Who
VICKSBURG, Mlaa . Oct, 27.
Beating down tha o flic era a mob of
200 men stormed the Jail at Floyd
Louisiana, and dragged out Joe Gif
ford and Alexander Hill, two negroes,
and lynched them. The men wore ac
cused of murdering o. M. Brock, a
farmer whom they caught stealing
AT THE PLAYHOUSES
M a JfBc -
There is n new program nt
Majestic tonight and the manage
ment announce that It la bettar than
the Inst, which Judging from the
audiences' point of view, a «
possible. The feature film for
change la not a story picture, hut
a picture which throughout shows
the beauty of nature. It la a film
which all lovera or nature should not
mlaa. "8berlock Holmes" "An
Absent Minded Cupid " are the other
two pictures and are both real good
comic subjects, ihs song in "Take
Plenty of Shoes "
The program at the Lyric tonight
la a winner. Tha Cossacks af Rao
ala. who are considered the beet
horsemen In the world, will ho ona
of the pictures. It also ahows the
dance* and different peculiarities of
thoa* people la addition to th*
regular program Mr. Jack Wllllama
or tha Philadelphia Press, who made
the walk from Philadelphia to Seat
tle, will give a short lecture on hH
trip, also oa th* battle ot Saatlago.
In which he participated. Special
music by Pearl R. Popejey and Ber
ate* Kirkpatrick will be added to
th* program. Sam* price*, but a
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Smuggling by dogs la greatly !r
vogue oa the frontlet between Italy
tad 8wttsertaad notwithstanding all
the efforts of the preventive men sta
tioned along th# bitty country north of
Como. Th* dogs are trained for smng
gitag by first Inculcating within them
a mortal terror of the customs officers.
This Is doe* by dressing up s man
hi th* custom bouse uniform, who
thrashes th* dog severely whenever he
sees him. and the animal, having thus
acquired a wholesale dread of the uni
form. will fiy for hla Ilf* at th* sight
of a douanler. Th# smuggler on the
Italian side, who owns the dag. pets
It and treats It w*U. and when the dog
B taken to th* Swiss smuggler, whose
Tobacco la to be taken across the fron
tier. tt Is first kept chained up without
food for stow days, thaa p-uked round
the body with a belt co. Using the
contraband roods and ham J off with
Wows and cries. Need Iras to say. the
dog"* miraculous Instinct m.ikss him
bead straight for home He . isbsa off
at full speed, aad one* acmes the frou
Bat he finds bin beloved master aad a
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