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Spring Is Blossoming Over the Store!
Saturday—An Unusual Showing of Dresses and Suits Quoted at Most Moderate Prices HOW much care we took in selecting them I There isn't a reason in the world why Suits at medium prices shouldu't have all the style and dash of more expensive ones —and we searched until we found these. We have illustrated one at $15. It is a jaunty style, with coat of the accepted 36 inch length and of the half fitting model that is to be worn more than any other this spring and summer. They are plain tailored, several shades relieved by a touch of bright Persian braid on col lar and cuffs. The skirt also is plain with the exception of the button trimmings—a seven-gore model. The fabric is a serviceable, novelty, pebble weave $15 Three-Piece Suits for Girls Shades in great variety with almost imperceptible white hair line stripe, dumper and pleated skirt joined by a trin> tailored belt—the coat short and slightly fitted trimmings of braid to match and fancy buttons of the same shade —very trim, and a graceful style $25 Cloth Dresses. Princess Style Tlie beauty of the princess style couldn't be brought out better than in these very trim little street nnd house Dresses. We have many colors —sage green, cardinal, brown —nwde up in the belted style with lace yokes and the modish long tucked fitted sleeves. Cloth buttons are used for trimming. And although very new, they me bargains. We /ft •■■ bought them to sell at $15, but l'<»r just Saturday the sale price %O%J 4}%J will be Messaline Silk Gowns. $16- 50 Most beautiful of party dresses, these, notwithstand ing the lowrtess of the price. Of empire princess effect— the waist fashioned of soft folds of material with pretty lace yokes and long mos<|uetaire sleeves. Large satin buttons. A big variety of f£* Htf\ shades » «P 1 O.OU Saturday Will Be Your Final Chance Embroideries—Last Day of The A. B. Heine Sale AFTER this sale is over, when the store closes Sat urday night, all the Embroideries that are left from this remarkable sale will go into our regular stock. They will make mighty interesting prices in this department from now on—but Saturday is the last day you may buy them at these absurd little sale figures. You probably read the story of how we got these Embroideries and their descriptions in a Wednesday's paper. < So all we need do is to remind you that again Satur day we will sell 15c to 20c Embroideries at 10c 18c to 22c Embroideries at 12% c 20c and 25c Embroideries at 15c 35c and 45c Emb. and Flouncings at 25c 50c and 65c Emb. and Flouncings at 35c 65c and 75c Flouncings at 39c 85c to $1.50 qualities will be 69c at Men's Heavier Underwear MANY men buy tbelr heavy Underwear at this time ot year. Its a wise thing for prices are far lower than at any other time and Cnderwear styles don't change. This 1r the last opportunity. We have mnde the Mnal cut for Satur day's selling. Garments tbat were 600 and over will sell at 2Stc. The lot Includes fine ribbed Shirts and' Drawers of nilxea cotton Hid wool. It Includes many garments of the medium wetgbt that hundreds or men will wear iv Spokane until Ally. And it Includes the heaviest ot the fiat, tieeced garments. As usuai In a sale of this kind most of the garineuts are Shiru but there are lots :>f Drawers for it is a big assortment. And remember that it Is your final opportunity. OQ Uarment JLUC New Suits Priced at $20.00 For men and for young men. Scotch mixtures in finer, smoother fabrics than we ever sold before, in-regular lines. The stone shades with stripes. And lots of blue serges in both men's and young meu's sizes. These and many other lines ure ready for you—waiting for you to come iv and make your selection. At $20.00. For Boys Only! That ia the headliiK or. Ukt ad in tomorrow morning's paper. It will contain new things and bargain Items. The entire ad is devoted to Just boys. Ixwk tor it! THI mPOKAHW RRE—, FRIDAY, MARCH 12 Women's Gloves. Just Arrived from Europe There won't be a better chance to buy Easter Gloves than Saturday. For we have just this week received an import order from our Euro pean buyer, and stocks are absolutely complete. Women's Fownes Gloves—Two-clasp glace kid, with pique seams and Paris point stitching —black, white, brown, tan, gray, oxblood —all sizes—pair $2 Women's two-clasp glace kid Gloves "Mas cot"—black, brown, tan, taupe $1.50 Fownes one-clasp street Gloves, black, tan and gray . # . $1.75 Postcards, 10 for 10c LIKE the 2M>c Postcards we sold last Satur day at this price, only there are more—very carefully, elaborately colored—dozens of Spo kane views and other subjects—hundreds of them to choose from. Until our sale last Sat urday there hadn't been such aJQ £ JQc Women's $1.50 Underwear, High or Low Neck, for 85 Cents This is a close-out lot—but a very attractive lot, for these Undergarments are of exactly the right weight for now and a month to come. There are pink and blue wool vests and pants—high neck and long sleeves or low neck and no sleeves. Pants are all of ankle length. They are the splendidly made and finished garments on which our price until now has been Of* $1.50 and $1.75. But we have sizes just 4 and 5, so you may buy them Saturday at, per garment OOC $1.50 Soft Kid Belts for 75c WE can sell these Belts at half their value Saturday because they came to us in the great sample purchase which we put on sale son'? two weeks ago. In almost every instance the buckles are worth more than the sale price and the kidskins used in their making are of beautiful quality. We have all sizes. When the Belts are lined they are lined with satin. There are pearl buckles, gilded buckles with sets of different colors—literally scores of kinds for your choice. All are $1.50 values, bvat we will sell them Saturday nr _ at, each..Tf:. , IDC 4711 Toilet Water VIOLET, lilac and rose odors. Hinds' Honey and Almond 50c bottles 38c; Hinds' Honey and Almond Cream, 50c bottles 38c Double distilled Witch Hazel, 25c bottles 10c Toilet Soaps, English Oatmeal, Witch Hazel or Old Fashioned Butter milk, excellent qualities. 3 cakes in box 10c Mermen's Violet and llorated Talcum Powder, regularly 25c a can, Saturday 14c Elaborate Waists for $1.50 AND of fine material besides —a soft, lustrous mull. We have sketched one of them—with yoke nnd inser tions of valeuciennes and imi tation Oluny lace — close, tucked, long sleeves—pointed yoke effect in the back. They are very excellent values 1 at ... * $1.50 Fine Tailored Waists Of beautiful pure linen with exquisite hand embroidery, of which there is not too ixjuclii two groups of tucks tne back. With a man's linen col lar, and they are in faet*'ve4y like men's shirts ,$4.&0 10 Cohen Songs 25c THE best songs George Cohen has written—ten of them—in a volume published to sell at 50c, will sell at '.. .25c 35c GARMENTS, 19c 19c because are lightly fleeced, and all women's, fleeced Garments must sell, even though they are hardly more than "brushe&L/e Sizes 4 and 5 are in the lot—Panis and Shirts. Tlie regular price upon tkem has been 35c. But the sale figure for Saturday's * Q selling is .. J. I .*. 1 1 5/C We Have Many New Hats Priced at $5.00 WE HAVE almost hundreds of Hats trimmed with the new flowers in the new shades at $5. Most of them are turban shapes—big ones, small ones and medium sizes—made of hair braids. The one illustrated above is of Copenhagen with flowers of lighter blue. Foliage and blue ribbon. Dozen of them, no two alike at Large Turbans for $12.00 Tlie one illustrated is a beautiful model— with jet crown and a novelty band—trimmed with a handsome bird and long antennae $12.00 Fancy Neckwear— Many New Kinds VFjRY plain kinds —em- broidered varieties —and others so much befrilled and so lacy they're almost "fussy." Chemisettes and the new Tabs, most of them are. They just came in. Prices run gradually fr0m....35c to $5.00 20c BLACK HOSIERY, 15c This is "Wacouta" Hosiery—you will know it by the Indian head. Very fine Hose, all black or with white feet, and a lot of them with ribbed tops. Tan lace Hosiery of the same value are in the sale at the same price—a 25 per cent sav ing. Saturday, a 1 C pair 1 OC Groceries for Saturday CANNED GOODS. Fancy Canned Tomatoes, New York pack, regularly 2 for 35c, sale price, 2 for 25c Eastern Canned Pumpkin, regu larly 20c, sale price, 2 for 25c Eastern Canned Squash, regularly 20c, sale price, 2 for 25c Fancy Refugee Canned Beam, New York pack, 3 cans 50c Fancy Golden Wax Canned Beans, New York pack, 3 cans 50c Fancy solid pack Tomatoes, New ork stock, 3 cans for 50c Gallon Tomatoes, per case... .$3.25 Tomatoes, per single can 30c Gallon Pumpkin, case $2.90 Gallon Pumpkin, can 25c Gallou Apricots, case $3.50 Gallon Apricots, can 35c Gallon Blackberries, per case.ss.so Gallon Blackberries, single can.soc Pint can Old Settler's Maple Syrup, for 19c Garden Seeds from Northrup, King & Co. Regular 5c packages for. 2c 15 packages for , 25c 20 per cent discount on all bulk seeds. Some Swagger New Styles of Men's Tan Oxfords Are Shown THE "cadet" last illustrated here is the new thing this year with what the makers call a "wing tip"—and big per- forations. There are also per forations around near the top of the oxfords, that add trimness. The big brass eyelets complete their style. As to service? Our Shoe buyer was a shoe manufacturer for years, and he knows good Shoes. In tan r*A or oxblood —just «p»#»«HJ Women Who Know can't help noticing how much trimmer in style and how much higher in quality our Shoes are than the ones other stores offer at the same figure. They have the smart, made-for-you appearance when they're on. The new shades surpass anything we have offered — at $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 $3.50 Oxfords at $2.35 About 150 pairs of women's tan and black Oxfords —a lot including Queen Quality, C. P. Ford and I'tz & Dunn makes—manufactured to sell at $3.50, will be on sale d»Q og Saturday at «P*ai.tj9 The Children's Hats Are In Prices range from 98c to $4. The show ing covers big sailors with turn down brims and many novelty shapes trimmed with ribbon. ¥1.20 TAXI 11USJE, 4tfC Lace Hosiery—different shades of tan —all over patterns or just lace boots, are in Saturday's sale at a very low price indeed. The values are from 65e to $1.25. There are also plain tan Hose with a little embroidery. You may have your choice of the lot Saturday, LAUNDRY SUPPLIES. Rising Sun Lye, regular 10c can, for 7c Sapolio, regular 10c bar, for 8c Old Dutch Cleanser, regularly 10c, for 8c Grandma's Washing Powder, regu larly 25c, for 190 Household Ammonia, regularly 10c, for 3 for 25c Bluing, regularly 10c, 3 bottles for 25c Jell 0, per package 8c Bromangelon, per package 10c BAKING POWDER. Hunt's high grade Baking Powder, regularly 30c, sale price, 1 pound tin 20c 50c K. C. Baking Powder, sale price 39c Dr. Price's 5 pound tins, regularly $2.25, sale price $1.90