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Ladies' and Childrens'
Feit Hats $1.00 Worth 12.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Our entire stock of Millinery must be closed out, hence this extraordinary bargain. These hats are of good quality felt in tan, grey, brown, white and navy blue, made in various shapes. Choice tomorrow and Saturday for.............. 91.00 Tomorrow and Saturday Are the last two days of our Closing Out Sale You can come to our store tomorrow and Saturday expecting Marvelous Bargains and you will not be disappointed, for we are determined to make, in these last two days, a clean sweep of every article in our stock and have made immense sacrifices in prices to obtain this end. Read all the barga ; ns below which are but samples of the many we have to offer tomorrow and Saturday. Store opens at 8 a. m. $ 1.00 Muslin 50c. Gowns Made of good quality Mus lin in round yoke style with trimmings of embroidery, lace beading and ribbons. Cut very full. Choice now 50c. Ladies' Suits $6.95 worth $18.00 $20, and $22.50 Last week we sold some splendid suits foi ls. For Friday and Saturday we are going to offer a suit bargain which is equally us good, if not better. There are suits in this year's coat models of Fancy Mixtures, in grey, green and brown. Satin lined Jackets, late model Skirts, all sizes. Choice $6.95 Underwear 1-4 Less If you have not purchased your Winter Utoderwear yet you will never have a better op portunity to lay in your supply to such an ad vantage as now, during our Closing Out Sale. Ail Underwear for Ladles and Children will be Mid at Just 1-4 Less than Regular Girls' Hose 10c a pair Girls' Seamless Ribbed black hose; a good quality, made in sizes to for children front 3 to 8 years. Sale price 10c pair Boys* Iron Clad Hose 19c This well known brand of stockings for boys needs very little description. They are triple leg, heel and toe, attd are really Iron Clad in wear. Price per pair now. . ..... I9c $5.00 Misses' Skirts $1.95 Any Misses skirt in our store will be sold for $1.95. We have many styles to chose from, of pretty brown and grey mixtures as well as -solid colors. Pretty strap trimmed and pleated mod els. Choice while they last $1.95 $5.00 Girls' Coats $1.95 There are Coats for Girls 6 to 14 years of age made in this season's long, loose back style of Pretty light and dark Mannish Mixtures. Neatly trimmed with fancy straps, etc. $5.00 Values now $1.95 Big Bargains for lie We have gathered together many odd arti cles from the week's selling which will be placed at a special table to be closed out at 10c each. Following is a list, of some of the articles. A Few Ladies' & Childrens' Summer Hats. A Few Childrens' Dresses worth 75c to 11 . 00 . Infants Sacque worth 75c. Infants Booties worth 50c. Pretty Stock Collars worth up to 50c. Fancy Hat Pins worth 60c to 75c. Pretty Breast Pins worth 75c. And many others we cannot mention here. Choice of any article in lot 10c $10 and $12.50 Coats for $3.50 About 20 coats in this lot for Ladies. Made in long and short styleB of fancy 1 Mannish Mix tures and Checks, All Wool Covert Cloth Coats and a few silk Eton coats. Not a garment In the lot worth less than $10.00, most of them ax-e $12.50 Coats. Choice now $3.50 $1.00 to $1.50 Cor sets for 59c Included in this lot are all sizes although the lots are broken. There are all this fall's models, made of splendid qual ity, short, medium and lorg hip styles, with hose support ers attached. Regular $1.00 and $1.50 Corsets now 59c Underwear Specials 85c Garments 50c For Friday and Saturday we oiler Ladies' fine Ribbed Vests and Pants, nicely fleeced and well made throughout, color cream only, all sizes. 85c value per garment.... ............ 50c $7.50, $8.50 and $10.00 Ladies' Hats $2.95 Fri day and Saturday we will offer the great est Millinery bai-gain ever given in the history of this city. There are Pretty Dress and Street Hats in Fine Velvets and Felts, In all colors and white; this season's latest styles. Choice $2.95 All other Millinery 1*2 Price $6.50 and $7.50 Skirts now $3.95 There are all this fall's styles made of all wool Pana ma doth, in plain black, brown, grey and blue, also aome pretty atyles of Mannish Mixtures in dark and tight colors, pleated and strop trimmed models. Choice ............... ................' ... $3.95 THE PALACE CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE $25.00 and $27.50 Silk Dresses Choice $10.00 These are handsome dresses for eveuing and street wear, made of beautiful light and dark colors in striped and plain taffetas in shirt waist and jumper style. All entirely new and stylish. Choice now for.............................. $10.001 MAGIC C UBE IN A RIVER. Ten Minute* In the Delaware Freed Van Cttan of Rheumatism. The Delaware river, which has thrived on its reputation as a sure «are for rattlesnake bite to all who bath* la Mi waters beck of the wheat (HUUecy. sow poeaesaee a bole which ll said to be a aura cure for rheu BMthNB. The bole whose water* have Washed this new magic la up back of ■Rerrowboeh, two inllea from Poet Jer vte, M. Y.. as tbs crow file* and eight tollae from the dletUlery In a dry coun try, say* a Port Jervis special dispatch to tbs New York World. AJVah Van Etton, who haa been pointed out aa the pitiful example of rheumatism, la the Ponce de Leon of thM wonderful fountain. Alvah had the rheumatism so bad bis friends wad to eay he rattled when he walk ed and when he cried the tears ran dawn the back of his neck. Alvah, for all hM troubles, la a great fisherman for •ate He baa beau constructing an eel Weir la tbs river weet of the Eddy Ians. Lately be has been buUdlng two atone wall wtags half a mile long and (Na test high. Having caught all tbs ijhaniBitlsin It was possible for a mor tal to abaorh, Alvah wasn't afraid of Mm wet, eo be worked In the water up to hM waist The other day be walked Into tbs Beta wars river, rattling aa he baa rat find for ten year*. When be walked SMt hM tread was sprtugy, aches and pataa were gone from his bones, and When ha cried be cried for Joy, Just as ■snail beings da He wee completely cured. It took |wt ten minutes of soaking la tbs Water, and at the end of that time be son HI tan handsprings- No on* knosrs |wt why It happened, but all of Bpar rowbueh has Inspected AOrab and pro Menaced the cure perfect Walt Tindall says the river M work tag, which M usual this time of year, and that tbs carbonk- arid gaa has fioiM the trick. Wed Wtlktna says: TVs rattlesnake grease. A lot of rattlers started across Ike Delaware Into Pennsylvania the *thsr day near Moagaup. They got •tack ta the moss at the shoal, and tto heat killed them and tried out tbs fat The fat floated down, and Alvah eaaght It Just aa It was coming.** fin Hayes eaye: TVs 1M. Kerosene Be cores rheumatMu. The lie ooaes eat of the Mabony Ue wells In the rift, and Alvah soaked it up. Alvah waste to be mighty keerful about smoking or he'll ketch fir* for aome time to coma** Whatever the secret of K, Alvah M cured, and all the neighborhood la tak ing hatha iu the weir hate. What M Just and right In the Mw *f laws.—Latin Proverb. The u Nagur** and the Fiddle. Here Is a story thut Frederick Doug lass used to tell about himself; Once wheu he wus lu Dublin be felt very lonesome. He was waxulerlug about the atreets wheu he wua attracted by two violins In the window of a second hand dealer. Frederick eutered and asked the price of one of the Instru ments. "Five shillings, nor." sold the Irish dealer. Frederick tuned the violin and begun to play "Rocky Road to Dublin." Soon tbe proprietor's wife heard the music anil eutereil the reur door. Then Fred erick started lu on "The Irish Washer woman,'* and the couple began to dunce for dear life. When the music and dancing stopped Frederick ten dered the dealer 5 shillings, but bis performance on the violin had greatly enhanced Its value lu the tulud of the storekeeper, and as he hurried away to m place of security he exclaimed: "If a black nagur can git such chimes out of that fiddle I'll never sell It at any price, begorrah!" WATCH THIS SPACE SOMETHING NEW AND GOOD EVERT DAI TOWN OP SPIRIT LAKE The following extensive improvements'are now under way: A $ 950,000 Sawmill; a $90,000 Rail Road Depot; a complete Sewer System; Grad in q Streets; Cement Sidewalks; a Water System. No assess ments on the lots for these improvements. Lots are Selling Rapidly FOR SALE BY American Trust Co. 315 Sherman St. : MONDAY WASHDAY : Cold, bleak morning—hard, disagreeable work, picked up dinner—what's the use. Try the Coeur d'Alene Laundry : : Phone 501 Tobacco dealers throughout the coun try would no doubt be glad to have Uncle Joe Cannon stand pat on forty cigars a day as well as on the tariff question. The Provincetown celebration wrest ed away (lie oratorical laurels that •nee belonged to the Jamestown tgpo sltlon. Suter & Son 215 Lakeside St. Highest Price Paid for NEW AND SECOND HAND GOODS MEYERDALE IS ASSURED A GROCERY STORE and A BLACKSMITH SHOP this winter. Next summer it will be the most productive part of the valley, as almost all ot the investors are building, 01 will build at once and will cultivate all the land. You will do well to secure one or more acres now on the easy terms of $5 DOWN AND PER MONTH 319 Sherman Realty Trust Company A. Minnick, Mgr. The Home Electric Supply Company. Carries in stock all kinds of electric goods, chandliers, globes, shades, brackets, drv batteries, electric flat irons, desk fixtures, lamps, cord, boat supplies. Wire buildings repair any thing electrical Satisfaction Guaranteed 218 Fourth St. Coeur d'Alene METROPOLE MARKET U. S Inspected Meats WIGGETT BLOCK PHauac 22s * noneb Interstate 121 H. B. TREFI Interior Finish, Store Fix tures, Sash, Doors, Window and Door Frames, Mould ings, etc. Estimates furnished on special i on application Telephones: ££££«■ Mill and Office 299 Second