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CITY IN BRIEF
(j»b Phone 153.
f W plumbing, see Desell.
ggosbaw A Schmidt, real estate and
„ ee . Notary public.
)ftt. Chapman, of Detroit, Mich.,
, f jgitor in the city stopping at tbe
y,„e green alfalfa hay, new oar.
cow feed. W inn-Barr-Chainey
p. C. Clever, of Sandpolnt, was a
r in tbe city iast evening and a
on of today.
latent shoes worth 60 and 75 oenta
being sold at the special price of
•ents a pair. Idaho Mercantile
M. K. Wall, of Lane, Idaho, la a
-ese visitor in the oity.
pis tier the jeweler, 202 north
ortb street, guarantees his watch
Try him for a first class job.
Mr and Mrs. George Harding, en
,jned Judge W. W. Wood last
-ing at their home at a six o'olook
Patent oalf oxfords for boys and
rls at special prioe of $1.18 to
. 116 , while they last, at tbe Idaho
Frank Magee, a student of the
ivresity of Idaho, of Moscow, is
-ding u few days in the oity visit
ladies: we have all kinds of fresh
M. E. Sim, of Vancouver, B. C.,
visitor in the oity and may lo
We say to you, buy 'em to fit. Get
la, too. Shop here with us, we've
th« proof. Of what? Good clothes.
"-Bloch made 'em from $18 to
Idaho Mercantile company.
11 your watch or clock is out of
take it to Fisher, the jewler,
2 north Fourth street, a trial will
nviuoe you we do striotiy first class
M iss Lottie Spenoer returned to her
me in tbe city last evening from
its the style, quality and workman
ip that makes the Idaho Mercantile
mpany's shoes for everybody sell,
:d then the price is right.
0. H. Tyler returned to the oity
st evening from a tour of the Coeur
Aiene mining distriot where he
-nt several days. He reports
osperous section and has some very
a photographic views of the ooun
Do you need anything in the watch
jewelry line, see Fiaher the jeweler,
north Fourth street.
Bank A Trust
Money to loan, E.
8, Coeur d'Alene
Walter F. Baker, secretary of the
-mmercial club, spent the day in
"kane transacting business.
To the first 75 ladlea who visit the
-ho Mercanitle store Friday
U give a present free.
Mr. Wro. Burdick spent the day in
ane where be visited friends.
Gaorge Rigg, who has been ill tor
> time with appendicitis, baa so
ncovered aa to return to his poai
°b as express agent at tbe depot of
Coeur d'Alene A Spokane Electric
for Sale at the *•?" three blocks
f lots on and near railroad, together
ith planing mill building, office
beds . nd three dwellings. Choice
business or residence. Woods
umber company, phone 187 black.
Mrs. Forster arrived in tbe eity
>» morning and spent the day mak
n t arrangements for tbe opening of
«r summer borne cm tbe lake shore
nd tbe overhauling of her steamer,
'Imp." She will return shortly to
Pend tbe summer.
You will get glumes that are
oming aa well aa perfect fitting If
°° get them from Marley Fiaher,
raduata optician, 202 north Fourth
r **t. No charge for testing; we can
uplicate your broken 1
Mr. Triell, an employee of the
reneon A Max Hardware firm,
Spokane today where be met hie
Ife. They will return to Coeur
* end make their home la tbe
W. A. Breneoc, of the hardware
firm of Branson A Max, is erecting a
bouse next to the one occupied by Dr
H. E. Burnett.
Johnston candies are Urn best on
the market. Oity Drug store.
Necquiat department store's win
dow of Topgy hosiery would be a
credit to aa eastern city.
la your seit ran down? We can
doctor that. Daggett A Mitbelcl.
El Me barm x, Temple, number $2,
D. O. K. K., of the Heights of Pyth
ias, will entertain on April 26, at
their ball in Spokane, when 20 tyros
will be initiated Into tbe secaeta and
myrteriea at the organisation. A
banquet will be served following tbe
aeremoatea and a number of the local
D. O. K. K'a will attend.
To pay hosiery, a souvenir postal,
given to all children calling at the
•tore after school. Norquist.
Bran and shorts, shorts, rolled bar
ley, chicken feed always on hand.
Only 3 hours, 12 yards to a custo
mer at 5 oents per yard at tbe Idaho
Mercantile company. Thursday aala
oloaea in this special promptly at 12
Fresh garden and field seeds by the
package pound or sack. Winn-Barr
Nanoy E. Tate has filed suit against
the Coeur d'Alene A Bt. Joe Trans
portation company for damages to the
amount of $5,000 and cost for the
death of her son who was killed last
fall by being crushed by a paddle
wheel on the steamer Idaho. Robert
son A Roeeubanpt and Edwin MoBee
appear for tbe plaintiff.
Louisiana silk, —calico—at 5 cents
yard. 12 yards to a oustomer at
the Idaho Mercantile company tomor
row, from 9 to 13 o'olnck only.
Special sale all this week of hats,
salts and shirt waists st tba Palace
Cloak A Suit houae.
Last evening the Eagles, Coeur
'Aiene Aerie 486, held a regular
meeting at which W. H. LaFayette
of this city, and Mr. Bisson, of St.
Joe, were taught bow to fly. Fol
lowing the ceremonies, a lunob was
served and a short social session en
joyed. Tbe order will hold a dance
Sander hall next Tuesday evening.
Special music will be furnished by
the band orchestra and a social good
time is promised. Each dance held
by this aerie has been successful.
To make good bread use peretana
the hard wheat flour. E. B. Keller A
W. G. Malloy, J. S. Malloy and
F. W. Fitze are planting eixty sores
of potatoes at Dalton Gardens, north |
of the city. The seed, 150 sacks, Is
on the ground and planting will be
gin in a few days, usings horse plant
er. Tbe crop will be cared for and
cultivated in tbe best poas.ble manner,
and it is figured that without irriga
tton the crop will yield 200 bushels
to the acre; while irriagtion will
double the orop. It is expected that
water will be on the land by August
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Tbe following real estate transfers
have been filed in the county record
er's office at Rathdrnm sinoe tbe last
Frank Tripp to G. A. Polsen, w hf
of block 5 seetion 36, township 52,
range 5 west, $1000
Jesse G. Willis to L. A. Larson,
timber on nw qr of se qr of aaction
32, township 44, range 2 west, $100.
Columbia Investment company to
Ida M. Adarna, lot 10, block 17,
Browne park addition to Rathdrum,
Taylor Bros, to Karl Beiawinger
lota 21 and 23, block P, of McClel
(J. S. to E. E. Dawaor, sw qr of
nw qr and nw qr of sw qr of section
27, ae qr of ne qr and ne qr of se qi
of section 28. township 44, range 2
S. H. MoEnen to John Sabin, part
at lot 17, section 13, township 50,
range 4 west, $700.
D. C. Corbin st. al., to F. A.
Blackwell, part of Reserve Block town
cf Coeur d'Alene, $5500.
Ella E. McCarter to Monarch Tim
ber company, lot 1, 2, 3, and ae qr
of nw qr aeetion 31, township 43,
range 1 east, $1.
J. J. O'Brien to Ora Biancon, part
of lot 5, block 31, O'Brlra'e 4tb ad
dition to Coeur d'Alene, $500
Granite Investment company to F.
A. Blackwell, part of Reserve Block
town of Oocnr d' A lane, $3280.
J. J. O'Brien to Lacy E. Max. lot
6 and east 16 and 2 3 feet of lot 5.
block 31, O'Brian's 4tb addition to
Coaor d'Alene, $600.
J. J. O'Brien to M. C. Russell,
lot 9. block 4ft, O'Brein's 6th addi
tion to Conor d'Alene, $175
H. E. Clark to John Crenshaw, w
hf of nw qr of ae qr, section 6, town
ship 50, range 4 went, $100.
D. K. Mathews to John Crenshaw,
same description, $400.
O. W. Clark to John Chn—aw,
w hf of sw qr of aw qr of section $.
township 50, range 4 warn, $100.
F. A. Blackwell to G. T. Brown,
lot 42, Chaco Bay, $200.
H. E. Burnham to J. H. Kennedy,
lota 2, 3, 4 aad ft, block 8, Kenns
dy'a addition to Post Falla, $1.
O. A. Bailor to Robert 8. McCrsa,
w hf of w bf of ae qr and aa qr of sec
tion 24, township 62, range 4 was
At Auditor!urn Friday, April 26,
''Old Arkansas," a beatutiful rural,
mslo darmatio comedy frem tbe pen
of Mr. Fred Raymond will be the
offering. Mr. Raymond has spared
no expense in getting up this produo
tion. Tbe piece la mid to be differ
rat from all others and to be built oa
up-to-date lines. In the oonatraotion
an effort has been made to depart
from tbe conventional, time honored
method of prodnoing plays. Judging
from public appioval and tbe im
menae financial success derived, tbe
effort has been satisfactory. Tbe
plot la strong, logical and original;
the situations develop rapidly and
the climaxes are harmonious and
dramatic. The oomedy element Is
plentiful, the dialogue brilliant and
the intricacies of the plot are hand
led In such a way aa to leave the au
ditor* amazed at tha web of tangled
situations. A complete eoenle pro
duction is given tbe plav. Tbe eleo
trioal and mechanical effects are said
to be a marvel of ingenuity. A care
fully selected oompeny of dramatic
and vaudeville artists make up the
personnel of tbe company. "Old
Aikansaw" la pronouneed by leading
critics to be one of the best of tbe
many natural plays now being pre
sented In tbe different cities of tbe
oountry. Theatre goers may depend
upon seeing an up-to-date production
at tbe Auditorium Friday evening.
Ccrar d'Alene. Idaho
The money you spend and
the money you earn vary
The money you save increases
your income, if deposited with
us in a savings aocount.
Small sums count.
Save something regularly
from your earnings.
The start is important.
One Dollar will start a sav
ings account for you.
TH0S. H. BREWER, President
S. 0. SARGENT, Vice President
H. A. KUNZ, Cashier
Butterick Patterns At
With a Single Eye
to the interests of our customers,
tbs repair work done here must
be. and is, satisfactory.
Only two ways of doing a thing
anyway; the right and tbe wrong.
Only one way of dring it here—
and that's the right way.
requires a special kind of akill.
Only those with a keen eye and
delicate touch can satisfactorily
p er fo r m tbe necessary operations
Yet we do not charge much for
this high-class work. Our scale
of prices proves that.
M. C. Petersen
LEAD 1 NQ JEWELER
312 Sherman Strait
The City Fathers
Are Firm Believers
in the future prosperity of Coeur d'Alene. The
beet evidence of this fact is that some of the re
tiring members and also some of the newly elect
ed councilmen have invested heavily in the new
LAKE SHORE ADDITION
Mrs. Marie W. Wright, wife of M. D. Wright
who is one of the solid men of our town and is al
so one of the newly elected councilmen, invested
in this addition, on her husband's advice, some
money that she had been holding for a safe in
vestment Mr. Wright also withdrew some money
from a savings bank, belonging to his minor son,
M. Gordon W right and invested it in this addition.
He also invested some money for his son, dohn J.
Wright He also advanced money for and ad
vised his hired man, W. A. Turner, to buy lots in
this addition, and he also advised his hired girl to
If Lake Shore Addition property is not a safe
proposition, why should our City Fathers have so
much confidence in it.
Lake Shore Addition is shaping up to be the
fashionable residence part of the city. About one
and one half miles oi streets are being cleared and
graded and nearly one third of a mile of cement
sidewalk will be built at the expense of the pro
moters. Several extravigant and handsome homes
will be built soon on Lake Shore Drive, facing the
This addition was put on the market Mon
day morning April 15th, and 82 lots were sold the
first day. In the history of Coeur d'Alene, noth
ing in tile real estate line has ever met with as
much approval of the broad minded, solid think
ing people, and in all of our lives we do not know
of a circumstance that will compare with it, in a
town of this size.
This addition has the only clean nand beach there is in
Coeur d'Alene, and without the aid of Nature, it ie all there ever
will be. The lots are being eold on easy terms, without int
erest, and no taxes for you to pay until Jan. 1, 1909. In our
opinion this ia the best proposition we have ever had to offer
you and it ia probably the beet we ever will have.
Buy some lots now, and watch your property increase
in value in
Lake Shore Addition
TAYLOR BROS.. Promoters