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BIG FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Minnesota and Washington May Test Strength. Spokane. Wash., Oot. 1 — Minn esota alumni living In Washington, Id ban. Oregon and Montana, banking j J. M. Lllllgreu, manager of the Ever- | green Mate'* football squad end (10 graduate* or the Gopber atate college, now reetdenU of Spokane, are boost ing for a poet-aeeaon foothall game between Minnesota and Washington in Spokana tbla fail and there I* every Indication Joel no that arrange-; manta will be completed to poll off the contest at Recreation park at the clone of the regular season. Donald S. Blair, assistant cereal let at the Washington State college, Pullman, a grsdulate of Minnesota, egjra that Prank Reed, manager of football tor Minnesota, tarora the propoatlon, and If the slight pre judice against poat eeaaon games is overcome there will be no difficulty la arranging the details. General plans have already been made for hrlnglng tbe faculty and student body of 1,500 from Pullmau, and excursion* from various parte of eastern Washington, northern Idaho, western Montana, northeastern Oregon aud southeastern British Columbia are talked of, while It In expected tbe Puget Sound and I'aclflc onset cities will also send deleagtlons In tbe event of a game. Lilllgem tee received letters from several hundred alumni of Minnesota In the northwest and thay are heartily iu favor of bringing Mtnansota's team to this olty. Tbe football season In tbe i'aclflc northwest, to opeu Oot. 4, gives promise of being the meet interesting In tbe history of tbe game In this part of the country. Seven state universities and colleges and atblettc clubs will contend for honors on tbe gridiron, tbe schedule following: Washington University.—Oot. 5, Beattie high school at Seattle; Oct. 13-14, Wlllamtte at Salem; Oct. 10, Whitworth at Tacoma; Nov. 3, Battleship Nebraska at Seattle; Nov. «, Whitman at Walla Walla; Nov. Id, Oregon at Seattle; Nov. 31, Pullman at Beattie; Nov. 38, Idaho at Beattie. Washington State College. - Oot. S, Cheney Normal at Pullman; Oot. 13, Blair Buelueaa college at Pull man; Oot. 311, Spokane Athletic dub at Pullman; Nov. 8, Idaho at Mos cow; Nov. 31, Washington at Eaattls; Nov. 38. Whitman at Walla Walla. Whitman College.—Oot. 4, Pendle ton high school at Wglla Walla, Oot, 11, Bpokane high school at Walla Walla; Oct. 35, Multnomah at Walla Walla; Nov. 1, Whltwmth al Walla Walla; Nov. 8, Washington at Walla Walla; Nov. 15, Idaho at Moeeow; Nov. 38, Pullman at Walls Walla. Idaho.—Oot. IH, Spokane Athle tic club at Moscow; Oct, 30, Oregon at Portland; Nov. 8, Plulinan at Moscow; Nov 15, Whitman at Mo# cow: Nov. 8, Washington at Seatttle. Oregon, Oot, It), Paclflc' at Eugene; Oct. 8, Idaho at Portland : Nov, 3. Wlllaiuelts at Salem; Nov. I', Oregon Athletic club, at Eugene; Nov. 10, Washington at Seattle; Nov 8, Multnomah at Purtlaud, Willawet'e University.—Oct. 5, Pad tic at Salem; Oct. 14. Washing tun at Salem; Oct. 18, Oregon Athletic club, at Corvallis; Oot. *1, Albany at Haiem; Nov. 3, Oregou at Salem; Nov, lti, Multnomah at Portland; Nov, 8, Montana at Salem. Oregou \grtcullural College Oct. I, Columbia Athletic club at Corvallis; Oct U*, Willamette at Corvallis; Oct. 33, Whitman al Cor vallis; Nov. 3, Paclflc at Corvallis; Nov. 8, Oregou at Kugeuc; Nov. 8, St V lucent'a at Lot Angelas. Shrlners on Junkdt. A large number of Hhrluera left tbla afternoon tor Spokane, where they aspect to see several candidates walk upon tba hot aande of the dee art. It Is reported M. C. Petersen, Roger G. Wearns and C. A. Bailor era awoug the marked victims, each one contending he ceu ride a camel, walk on hot seud or do any thing re quested. Among those going were, II. H. Hubbard. George Wil Herne, P. D Winn, O. E. Barr. J. C. White, George and Ralph Never*. A special train has been arranged for their return. | ! ; 1 I f : I STEAMER TELEPHONE AFLOAT Damaga Slight-Will he Re paired. The steamer Telephone wee raised this morning by the Oareoailen broth are and br >ught to the olty tbla after noon where It will be pieced iu the Johneou yards In dry dock to be repaired. The damage due to her sinking la slight. Omtlw Fee O w es*tew. - "Uj sen wonts to marry yaw daagb to*. Does she know how to cook a •naff dinner T" "Tea. If she geta tba materials far nan Does your son know how to sop oty them7"- Baltimore American. FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Useful Mixture, . This recipe will take greaae ont of [ carpets, will remove point when oil j has been used in the mixing, and will not Injure the finest fabric*. It Is sure deaths to bugs of all kinds If put In tbe crevice* they Inhabit. Aqua ammonia, two ounces; soft water, one <juart; saltpeter, one teaspoonful; shaving soap, one ounce finely scraped. Mix well and let stand a few hours or days before using to dissolve the soap Shake before using. When used pour on enough to cover any grease or oil that ha* been spilled, sponging and rubbing well, and applying again If necessary Then wash off with clear cold water. Cosmetio Jally. Cosmetic jelly has been found an as sailant remedy for ecsenia. Tuke thir ty grains of gum tragacanth and souk for three days In seven ounce* of rtwc water. Force through muslin to make the preparation smooth uml add one ounce of alcohol, on* ounce of glycerin and a suggestion of boric acid, say half a teaspoouful. Tbe jelly Is a preparation which has been found wonderfully flue for chapped face uud bands. It Is Just tbe thing to use on uniiw it >r , t m _ ____ the*TutlcVe 'about the finger' nails to keep It soft und In healthy condition Boaklng the finger tip* in warm sweet oil is also an effective treatment. Household Notoo. To remove dried tea stains apply equal parts of yolk of eggs and glyc- j ertn to tbe stain and allow to dry. Rinse well In clean cold water. This will I* found excellent for an after noon tea cloth which must uot he boil ed on account of Its delicate coloring. To clean linger murks on doors rub with a piece of flannel dipped In kero sene oil. The marks will disappear like Single. Afterward wipe with a clean cloth wrung out of hot water to take uwuy the smell. This Is also ex cellent for cleaning varnished ball doors. > Cookery 8ecr*t*. In boiling all kinds of food skimming la most Important. As the scum rises It should be removed, or both flavor and appearance will be Injured. Re member, nothing should remain In the water after It Is sufficiently cooked. Fish and vegetables are specially In jured by this. Also when making very delicate light cakes tbut are not rich 1 with butter It la best to use water In stead of milk, us milk Is apt to toughen In baking, while water, In-lug neutral, makes crumb aud crust toft and deli cate. Improved Cooking Kottlo. The busy housewife manages to burn . or scald her bauds so often that In ! time she liecoiues accustomed to It. | Nevertheless the majority of such In- I Juries could lie Hvolded If more up to ante cooking utensils like the one Shown In the lllustrntlou were used. The purpose of this cooking kettle will tie apparent at a glance. It pro vides a utensil for cooking vegetables, etc., which after the cooking cau tie readily <q«emte*l to drain off the boil ing water «Ithout fear of scalding tbe hands Along th* front edge of the cover are ;ierfor«tlous for the dis charge of the water. The cover Is also provided with a movable lifting han dle. which normally holds the cover In position Close to the perforation* Is a guard, which extends upward This guard serves to effectively protect the hands from the steam Issuing from the hotting water With the aid of tbe regular haudle and the cover handle the kettle Is euslly removed from the Are and tilted to discharge the water. Koumiss. Into on# quart of tullk, sweet, put one gill of fresh buttermilk and three or four lout;— of white sugar. Mtx well and see that the sugar dissolve*. I*ut In a warm place to stand ten hour*, when It will ts> thick ltour from one dish to another till It be come* smooth aud uniform In consist ancy. Bottle and keep In warm place twenty-four hour*, thtrty-six tn win ter. The t<ottle* must t*» tightly corked 8 hake well five minutes be fore opening Washing Colored Clothe*. Colored clothes require quick trash tag and drying. Very few colored (hinge will stand being boiled. Avoid soda or borax tn tba water, aa tbla hatpe to eat tbe color and prevents It renalug Hang ont tn tbe shad* to dry. Avoid a very hot tne. Leek After tba Sinks. Never omit to flush the sink every day with a good stream of boiling water. This simple precaution wilt rid yea of clogged pipes and prevent water bogs and ante fr s m going a hold oa your kitchen. The Cunning Aeter. A specialist In dipsomania waa talk ing about tbe cunning with v/blch dip somanlace In confinement will obtain liquor. A certain noted but Intemperate ac tor." said Dr. Gresham James, "wee once locked up by hla manager In or der that he might not spoil the even ing performance by overdrinking. Ilia confinement waa close. Window*, __ door* everything was locked and bar rpd "But "«* •<*» beckoned to a man In ,h * street, showed a greenback and bawled to h.m through the closed win dow to go and buy a bottle of brandy a "d a c| *y pip® ' m •When the man returned with these purchases the actor called: 'Stick the pipe stem In through the keyhole.' "This was done. "'Now,' said the actor, 'pour the brandy carefully Into the bowl.' "As the fluid fell Into the bowl the actor sucked It up, and when bis man ager came to release him that even ing he lay In a corner quite glorious ly drunk."—Pittsburg Chronicle-Tele graph. fv • * .<■ T. V?' Ths Wsy It Read. The editor of a little paper was In the habit of cheering up his subscrlb r '"'' ,L favor, 1 carnival to be given at the Audltor ers dally with a column of short perti nent comment* on their tovjp. their habits aii*l themselves. Tbe depart ment was the most popular thing In the paper. The editor, as be saw It growing In gradually allowed himself a wider latitude In his remarks until tbe town passed much of Its time conjec turing "what he'd (lns't to say next.'' On a hot day when the simoom whis tled gnyly up the street of tbe town, depositing everywhere Its burden of sand, the editor brought forth tbla gem of thought: "All the windows along Main street need washing badly.'' The next morning he was waited on j by a platoon of lndtgnnnt citizens, who confronted him with the paragraph In question fresh from the hands of the comiKMltor and Informed him fiercely that he had gone too far. After a hasty and horrlfled glance he admitted that he had. It now read: "All the widows along Main street need washing badly.''— Everybody'*. Don't forget the big Spectacular Run next Monday and Tuesday even iugs under tbe auspices of tbe ladles Guild of the Episoopal obuich. Every feature will be new and original and the whole production will be giv en with a dash and brilliancy that to professionals. . would do credit ! Seat sale opens Saturday morning at | the Coeur d'Alene Drug store. I ---—*-------—- ------ J — SPECTACULAR CARNIVAL An Entertainment of real merit, given by local talent 75 IY0UNG LADIES ; am> i.n-t i_ k;oik t.sg -In Cast 75 Everything New and Original AUDITORIUM Two Evenings—Mon day and Tuesday OCTOBER"? and 8 Auspices of the Ladios of the Episcopal Church Seat sale opens at the Coeur d'Alene Drugstore, Satur day morning. October 5 ADMISSION 35c and 50c FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! Y OU arc preparing n for winter by putting in your heaters- Look closely to the condition of your ohimneys. Particu larly those which have been idle during the summer, and above all see that you are properly protected with a good Fire Insurance Policy, I Guarantee to save you 30 per cent, on Fire Insurance. L. J. COLUMBUS 112 1-2 Shdrman St We Strive To Please the People WINTER Is Coming Our Cus tomers Ap preciate our Efforts Any'oiie knows this you say, and yet there are so many of us who hardly have time to think about these season changes that to remind them of it does not seem amiss. What We Do Want to remind you of is this: that our large and carefully selected stock of general house furnishings is ready for your inspection. Don't put off until cold weather before you look up your needs. Our stock of Bidding is most complete— Comforts, Blankets, Pillows SPECIAL SALE on above articles Thursday, Friday and Saturday Now is your chance to stock up. Coeur d'Alene Furniture Corner 5th and Sherman Sts. Every Little Bit Added to What You've Got Makes a Little Bit More. Are you adding to what you you've got? You should add a few acres of Meyerdale to your possessions. The terms can t be duplicated, $5 down, $5 per month. No interest and tree water. We have a large list of town property in lots and houses and lots of all sizes. We are the firm that give ter m suitable to the investor. Union Trust Co. M. MUmmAMD R. C. IVBRAMD H.H. HUBBARD fir CO. Real Estate, Insurance and Surety Bonds Public Agents for Gardendale Acre Tracts Notarv Public Age Rasa 4 Exchange | Nadaaal beak ?T~ Thdy Do Not Cost $75 Latest Model of Staler and W. W. Sewfcf Hachiies C'&ll at store and JOHN HOWARD 206 4th Street Coeur d'Alene J. W. CARR. Contracting Piaster^ Plain and ornamental work. Dealer to Acme Cement and Hard Wall Plaster.