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1 (Orlftnal] There waa no more popular young •allow la County Kilkenny, Ireland, t couple of hundred yeara ago th/.o Lawrence Nevln. Larry waa a bit Wild and waa Famed, like Mister O'Donia. wld hta head full of nothing but curia •tor breaking the heads of the boya and breaking the hearts of the girls. But there waa only one heart In cared to Influence, and that belong a to Kathleen O'Grady, the youngest daughter of The O'Grady, who lived to the big caatle shaped house on the hill. Though Larry came of one of tae oldest families In Ireland, he waa n , thought a desirable suitor. There wore stories — most of which could be traced to a rival, Teren »• O'Toole—that Larry made bla living . the blgbwny, a fashionable metli among gentlemen beggars of that da., O'Toole waa the owner of a flue , tate adjoining The O'Grady's property and he desired to unite the two by a marriage with Kathleen. Unfortunate tj for Lnrry, her father was In favor < the project There was only one thin;.* la the way of Its consummation, and that was the reckless Nevln, whom t!i< Kiel loved, but who, passing from one aerepe to another, was constantly ttompllug on what few chances he had Troa, they constated In the love of the girl, but a daughter of The O'Orndy must make a proi>er match. The truth la Larry was not ao bad aabe was painted. A breakneck rider, aotnewhat given to gaming, ever ready, like all true Irishmen, for a flght there waa quite enough truth In hla esca padea for an enemy to build on and erect a fine structure of wickedness. The only article of value Larry pos ••seed waa a blooded mare—Kit, he called her—that he had won at a raffle and that no money could buy from him. One evening shortly after durk ha waa riding Kit on the highway and nddenly remembered an engagement Be throat hla band In hla fob for hi: watch and, not finding It, remambem. that It waa In pawn for money that he had need id to help a poor beggar In distress. Just then a horse's hoof* Bounded on the road ahead, and In 1 ; tow mlnntrj a mounted figure an psarad. "Could you oblige ma with the time air7" aakad Larry. The horseman draw a pistol from hi holator and. letting drive at Larrv. dashed past him, calling back: "I kuov you, Lawrence Nevln. Too may take purses on the highway, hot you can't take mine." Larry, who waa untouched by the bullet, sat on his horse looking aftet tlae man In astonishment "And I know you. Terence O'Too'. and If 1 don't keep me wits I'll be hanged for highway rubbery and nc thanks to any one but you." Now, O'Toole waa a magistrate ami would nreekleal tie trial jU which he would be the only witness Larry toai to the situation and with Irish quick J»»4f UP hit tniml to try for an aTIbi. rotting apurs to Kit, he rode briskly on for a utile, took a road to hla left struck Into fields over which he bad often followed tb« fox and. lighted only by the stars, kept hta mart on the ran till midnight when ha reached Maryborough, which Ik 'B urtod, and, stopping at a farmer's house beyond, robbed down Kit while she wns taking a small toad. From Maryborough Larry continued north & breajfaat a; Tullajnore, he shot acront country to Ktlbeggan. where he found a ro ad to Mttijl npr. Thence tbs ebun try was level--at least "not mountain eats—aud lie pushed hla Jaded mare ou. breathing hsr erjtj bout and at 4 o'clock In the afternoon 'rode up 1 Uarrlck • on ■ Shannon, haring done 0 hundred mlloa alnce starting. Leiv ta ble horse in a stable on the south aide of the rlver-the animal sank d6wu at * once In her skill—he entered a wood throw off a buff coat aud breeches uu I <ton|ed a green > civet suit he bad pick the way. This done, he croan river on foot amt entered ti t «d Up On £wf eri The people were all out on the greo . and Larry, stepping up to the may • asked him the time. The mayor, draw tog hla watch, save the hour and coin ptlmented Larry on hta beautiful grsett and gold lace ault with silk waistcoat. Then Larry proceeded to make himself popular with the company. When a few days later Larry Nevln returned to Kilkenny a bailiff dapiw t a hand on hla shoulder, aud he was taken before Magistrate O'Toole ou Charge of highway robbery. He plead ad not guilty, and on his trial tin mayor of Carrlrk swore that twenty hours after the robbery Larry ti .! been In that town. He could swear to the hoar, tor, being asked the time, be had looked at hla watch, lie bad woru a green velvet and gold suit. Instead ef a buff one worn by the highway man. O'Toole at the beginning of the ;36 LOTS SOLD IN; GLENMORE & STETLER'S Additions since Dei . Don't Overlook Buying One or More AT ONCE AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY trial had taken the witness stand rr ' Identified Larry aa the man who had asked for the time after nightfall ou the highway with Intent to rob. bu: when Lurry proved hla alibi O'Toota weakened and owned that he mlg'.if have been mistaken. Larry was a< ■ quitted with grest rejoicings. The charge made by O'Toole, ren derod groundless by the alibi, was great Injury to him. Larry was Ir vlttd by The O'Orady to dine, and b told the whole story at the table. The O'Grady waa ao delighted with La: ry's way of establishing hie lnnocenc< that ho vowed he should have Kn'lt leen If be bad to take to the road t i support her. The pair were married soon after and Larry became a successful attot nay. sylvia lewis Baldwin Three Sentiments. Prince Bismarck waa once asked by Count Enzcnberg, formerly Hessian envoy at Paris, to write something In hla album. The page on which he bad to write contained the autographs of Guizot and Thiers. The former bad written: "I have learned in my long life two rules of prudence. Tito flrat is to forgive much; the second Is never to forget." Under this Thiers had said. "A little forgetting would not detract from the sincerity of the forgiveness.' Prlneo Blsu urek added, "Aa for me, 1 hove learned to forget much and to ask to be forgiven much." HI* Loss Pcnallr. Jack—I knew a man who stole a kina Qrom a pretty girl. He paid the penalty for larceny. Katharine— Ah. Indeed! And what wns the penalty? -Jack Hard labor for life. He married the girl.—Philadelphia Bulletin. The Workers. "There's a colored man and bis wife at the door looking for work." "But I only advertised for a laun dress. ' "Yea, they are her."—Philadelphia Pres*. Imagination la not thought, neither la fancy reflection. Thought paceth Ilka a hoary sage, but Imagination hath wings aa an eagle.—Tupper. FREE! FREE! FREE! a fine pair of dress shoes, with every suit or overcoat, The Red Front. Get your suit or ovorcoat at The Red Front and a fine pair of dress shoes for a Xmas present. J. W. CARR Contracting Plasterer Plain and ornamental work Dealer in Acme i ement and Hard Wall Plaster Thoughtful People will tell you the enormous business of this country could not be carried on without banks. They are a convenience that have becon e & necessity. Do' business in a business way. O oti a bank ac count and 0*iy by check. The Coeur d'Alene Bank & Trust Co. is as sound an institution as then* is. It numbers the brainiest business men among its depositors. It would like to number you. The Coeur d'Alene Bank & Trust Company Art Goods We have a large stack of Art Goods of all kinds, and are showing some real pretty things for Xmas Gifts, such as Pillow Tops, Laundry Bags, Stamped Linen Doilies, Cen ter pieces and Lunch Cloths in all the newest patterns, with materials for working, at rices very reasonable. CLOAK &SU/T MOUSE— CO EUR DALE HE, /DAHO SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK 417 Sherman Street. Phone 157 Useful Xmas Presents at Reasonable Prices, All sold with Our Guarantee of Satisfaction or your Money Back Furs for Xmas We have a large stock of Fur Scarfs at ex tremely low prices. Including all the newest shapes in small neck pieces, four in-hands and long stoles in both round and flat shapes, made up of select skins such as Isabella and Sable Fox, Grey and Blended Squirrels, pretty Jap Minks, Opossum, Sable Ilare, White Muffoon and Ermines Prices range from $37.50 down to $1.95 tr Gloves For Put up j 8 boxes. Our ^ is complete hi including *u f Dd Silk ' bx**?! lengths. All shade, ing or street ^ 33.75 downloi New Plaid Silk Wi Worth $7.50........ $ 88j These are swell, new styles, made plaid silks in a large variety of 1 patterns in Blue, Red, Green, Black and White. They are long sleeve model, with solid tuck! fancy stitched silk and French 1 Sizes. Worth $7.50 Special Price Classified Advertisements Advertising for Insertion in the classified col umns must reach the office not later than 2 :H 0 o'clock p. m. The rates for classified advertising are five cents a line each tusertlou. The minimum charge ts 15 cents for three lines or less. Count eight words to a line and accompany your order with the cash If you do not have an open ac count with the office WOOD HEATING STOVK-Oood second hand wood huso heuter for sale at a bargain. Apply to Dally Press Office. STEAM ENGINE- -Good second hand three horse power steam engine, lor sale, at a bargain. Apply to Dally Press Office. WANTED- A good girl lor general housework, three In family, good wages, call at Coeur 'Alene Drag Co. BABL SANDERS JOHN M. FLYNN SANDERS & FLYNN Attorneys at Law Wigftett Block Coeur d'Alene, Idaho E. L, GERRISH Licensed Land Suryeyor and Engineer Dollar Block Coeur d'Alene. Idaho John T. Morgan ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Rooms 1-2-3 McFarland block Cacar d'Alene. Idaho M RS. TILLIE WOOD MID-WIFE Years ot e» perlence and diploma. At Y Second street, facing mill D» 8 . H. MCEWEN DENTIST Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Office: First Nat. Bank Block Christmas Presents Beginning Dec. ist we will sell a $55.00 drop head singer sewing machine For $40.00 cash for thirty days only. Lakeside Furniture Co. 117,2nd Street JOHN HOWARD, Afent Quality the True Test ut Cheapness It youbuv wlnrs or liquor* for medicinal or tamlly use you want Quality and Purity At.!. OS *R « AI I FORD Dr. U. G. 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A most delightful place to spend a Sun day outing. 50c a round trip. I • D Mcl ( NA11). Mgr Have you turned in your votes for one of the Piano Contestants € About Weber Piai There is no better incentive to the child miiiO pursue with dilligence his musical studies thw 4 ownership of a fine piano. True it is also that H quite impossible for a great pianist to give a prof* interpretation to a musical composition on anyth less than the best piano. Notable it is that wit 1 the last few months both Paderewski and Kf thai, perhaps the two greatest living concert] ists of today, who have heretofore used exclto another make of pinno, have come to appreciate fact that the great artist cannot afford to use " other than the highest grade instrument mano tured as a mere matter of sentiment, or to beh* pered in expressing his ideas by the use of au rior piano. Each of these two gentlemen aret. using, and will for all time to come, use the W* Concert Grands. There are a number of V* Grands in the homes of prominent Coeur d'J people. W hile the Weber piano costs a little more -j most any other make, the satisfaction onehtij the posession of the acknowledged best. We are the exclusive agents for the Weber Eilers Piano Hoi Spokane. Wash. C. A. HeidingW. Harold F. Johnson, Local representative.