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THIS STORE WILL NOT BE OPEN. MONDAY, LABOR DAY. BUY TO-MORROW THE
Last Day of the School Sale, the Last of the Labor Day Sale! Girls* $2.75 Gingham and Percale Dresses. $1.98 IT is the lowest price we have ever made on Parasols so fine—and all the summer Parasols in our entire stock will sell at corresponding reduc tions tomorrow 1 The sale includes everything from lowest priced ones to our very finest silk ones and linen ones. In this $4.. r )0 line, for instance, are superb Parasols of pure linen and pure silk—five different shades besides the white ones—alt with the very plain, long, directoire handles—half a dozen different woods. rf* O O*C Instead of $4.50 you may buy them All Our $2.95 Parasols; Pure Linen or Silk; Several Colors $1.45 All Our $6 Parasols, Pure Linen or Silk; Several Colors $3 All Our $6.50 Parasols, Pure Linen oSilk; Some Hand Embroidered $3.25 All $15 Parasols $7.50 All $10 Parasols.... $5 All $6 Parasols $3 All $5 Parasols.. $2.50 All $4 Parasols $2 All $3 Parasols. $1.50 All $1 Parasols.... 50< The sale includes scores of kinds. And at the prices we quote above it will pay you to buy them now and lay them aside as gifts. New Black-and-White Hats. A Showing at $10 BLACK-AND-WHITE is to be very smart in Millinery. Already we have many exam ples of the new style workd out in the new ma terials. One has a top of white moire of beautifu; quality—facing of black velvet—the crown medium high -the new rolled back—the cogue feather in black and white. Another at $10 has the perfectly round bee hive crown of white —a high rolled side —huge black-and-white wings- fancy jet buckle— white satin facing. At $10 also are three or four dozen newest Hats, including very smart draped, turbans— small, large or medium size. J $4.50 Parasols at $2.25! BLUE stripes, tans, pinks—and lots of pretty plaids—bright, fresh, new little Dresses that are precisely what girls want to wear to school'the first month or so. Materials are gingham, chambray and jpercale—tlie styles are all new styles.. Ages 6 to 12 are here. They are $2.75 Dresses, but tomorrow d*| QQ we're going to sell them at .;.., *r * »W Girls' Sweaters We have sold scores of these bright new Sweaters to school girls already. Lines are, however, still-complete. Bed, gray, navy, or white, solid colors—some edged with contrasting colors. They are beautifully, firmly woven—all of coat s tyle_at $2.50, $8, $3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5. Buy School Undermuslins Saturday Hundreds of garments are here for you—we can't even begin to describe them But you may buy 75c Gowns, Skirts and Drawers at 40£ " 85c Gowns, Skirts and Drawers at 50< $1 Gowns, Skirts and Drawers at 75*? $1.25 Gowns, Skirts and Drawers at 85< Showing of $15 Suits XKTh carry Suits at twice $15—and even more. In. spite of that we want to say ft that these Suits at $15 will give you splendid satisfaction! They are all wool. There is no cotton in them—even uuder the guise of an "orna mental stripe." And the way they are made and finished lives up to the sturdiness ot the fabrics that are in them! The line includes almost any color you're likely to want. Grays are to be very good style this fall and the line includes many of them. There are tans and browns in hard finished worsteds and in tweeds, and there are many brownish and greenish tints—most of them dark-some quite light. The suits are made in the three-button sack style—semi-peg-top pants. We have sizes 33 to 36 for young men and 35 to 42 for business men. Hundreds of these Suits are here. We don't know of tf» •% f a display that can compare with this at ipl 5 $3.50 Trousers at $2.85 Some heavy, new tweeds are in this line—and trousers of a dozen different kinds of stripes— some plaids—mostly dark colors—medium and heavyweights. All are $3.50 values. QC We shall sell them Saturday at «J)«£.o«3 $2.50 Trousers at $1.65 Motdly gray and black- big values even at $2.50. This price is good for just d»-i Saturday <J) 1 .OO Kirsehbaum Suits at $18.00 There are no Suits to compare with Kirsehbaum clothes at this price of $18 —they are the finest suits $18 can buy! I'lain colors—materials smooth or rough—light or dark— lots of browns and grays—along with mnny dark Suits with darker stripes. We have hundreds of them for you to choose from—made as only Kirsehbaum clothes are made—slß. FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN THE BPOKAKE FRJCBB, feufeAY, Sgg l^ B **^ Girls' Fall Coats Styles are equally divided between loose back and semi-fitted. Very pretty brown stripe herringbone materials are in the line, and plain, red Coats or plain blue Coats —some with self collars and some with velvet collars. Ages 6to 16, prices $7.50 to $20. Faber Pencils for 2*/2 C GOOD Pencils last twice as long as cheap ones. But here are good Pencils half price I We have a* big lot of 5c Pencils, in cluding many made by Eberhard Faber, which we will *l 1 / sell Saturday at, your choice for /mm" School Crayons; six colors in box 7*^ Rubber Grip Pen Holders.. Sanford's black Ink, bottle. 3< 65c Jacknives for 39c J V Good strong Knives —two blade-?—\rith handles of wood or stag horn, will sell in the school sale at 24e less than they are QQ worth. 65c is their regular price, tomorrow they're Oe7C Lunch Boxes, 19c CJillman fiber Lunch Boxes, that fold up flat when they're empty—•regularly 35c, you may buy Saturday, «■ #v at IVC Up to $1 "Tarns" 25c What an opportunity this is for little girls! More than half a dozen different colors of will sell at just one-fourth of their original price. Made of velvet, broadcloth, popliu— Off $1 ones *-OC 5c School Handkerchiefs, Sat-1 urday, 2 for 5< | Boys' 35c Waists at 15c Just about as serviceable Waists as you could buy—made of strong percales, chambrays or drill—two or three different colors —ages 6to 14. 35c is the regular price. But be here early enough tomorrow to get them and we will sell you as 4 £ many as you want at JLOC Mens Shirts, $1 With the same fabrics they use in $1.25 and $1.50 Shirts—and fully fifty patterns, including such new things as grays with stripes and white with black stripes. All are coat Shirts with attached cuffs. Only an extraordinary pur chase accounts for their being «p 1 319-2123 Rlvereide Avenue Boys' $5 School Suits, $3.85 fpHE store will be closed on Monday. For this last day of the School Sale we shall •V repeat this splendid item, and all the rest we advertised at the beginning of the sale. New lines have come in since the sale started—and we've added them, to make this the best day yet. Come as early Saturday morning as you can. We doubt if you have ever bought finer Suits in regular lines at $5 until now. The fabrics are reliable. They are of good weight for fall and winter. There are all sizes in .is many as fifteen different patterns that cover everything from light to dark and include stripes and plaids. All are Suits with knickerbocker pants. The only Suits in the line in which you can't rely upon all sizes are some beautiful blue and ft* O O C black serges. This is the last day at which we shall sell them %PcJ«C^»!J $2 Sweater Coats $ 1.59 All wool —firmly made and warm—cardinal with blue trimmings—blue with cardinal trimmings—gray wttn cardinal trimmings. The youngster will make life mis erable for you until you buy him one of these Sweater Coats! Buy It tomorrow while these Q*+ CO $2 ones are *P * • 9*7 Waiting Tablets, for ink. .2Vg< Composition Books, regularly |De for 7<t Four-In-Hands Boys' silk Four-in-Hands, in dozens of different colors—the ones we sell regularly at 35c, you may buy 25c Children's 25c lisle gloves, broken lines; all sizes 15$ WE have never received so many Suits in the same space of time as have come into the receiving room within the last two weeks. A big portion of them were the 1 ines at $20. We want you to see this showing tomorrow. ■ lx There are superb rough fabrics that were never made up into women's clothes before —mannish herringbones and tweeds and heavy, rough suitings in solid colors of oxford gray, raisin, black, tan, navy. Most of them have no trimming at all, for extreme tailoredness is the thing—a few have strappings with buttons. Some of the ftkirts are cluster pleated, some are kilted all around. Coat lengths ran all the way from 45 to 52 inches. This is a superb showing already at ?25 Waists; Absolutely Plain S These are absolutely the most seveje In cut ° r any Waists you ever saw. There is no trimming Whatsoever. The front of the Waist Is simply carried across to close by four pearl buttons at 'the aide. Collar and cuffs are tailored. The .wuiMs are of linen—pure white fa.75 $2.50 and $3.50 Tailored Waists, $1.75 Very like men's shirts—pleated fronts, with stripes almost as wide as a pencil —pearl buttons. Some of them, too, have polka dots—brown, blue, lavender on white grounds. Sizes 34, 30, 38 and 40—25 Waists in the 10t—52.50 d»-| »T£ 320-22-24 Sprague Avenue I The line includes not only fancy gray Knickerbockers and tan stripes and checks of wool goods, but it covers corduroys of pearl gray, bronze, and dark brown. We have sizes from 4to 16, and all the Knickerbockers are really big values at $1.50. We shall sell them again tomorrow, Qftf* however, at pair *^ ALL WOOL SUITS AT $5.00 The very trimmest of boys' styles—the coats with derby backs —cuffs on the sleeves and all that sort of thing—of all wool kerseys—many shades with big wide stripes. Most of them have two pairs of knickers. $5. Very Fine School Shoes for Girls IN all the years we've been selling Shoes, we've never seen such a superb combination of sturdiness and flexibility in girls' Shoes. The soles are of medium weight, but you can bend them almost double. They will wear like iron without destroying the grace of nimble little feet! We have them of gunmetal or plump vici kidskin—button or lace—patent leather tips — handsomely finished. Sizes BMs to 11, $2.25; 11% to 2, $2.75; 2V 2 to 6, $3. Do you appreciate it—this superb workmanship and fineneas of material? It Is the smartest line of boys' Shoes that has come to Spokane, and they will wear longer than the kind with soles and uppers that are too heavy. We have them In patent coltskln, vici kidsktn, velour calfskin—beautiful leathers for dress And box calfskin, gunmeUl, etora calf with heavy double soles for every day. Sfses BVi to IZ%, f 1.50 to f 2.50. Slses 1 to 5%. «2 to «3. Boys' High-Out Shoes—Storm Calf in Tan or Black—Siies BV 2 to Vk% $2.50 to $3. Sizes Ito 5 l / 2 , $3 to $4. LOW r -NECK, sleeveless garments of just the right weight for the first months of school—tight knee, drop-seat style. Boys can wear o*7/» them, too. Regularly 35c —Saturday price mWt $\* 65c Underwear, 49c Children's wool and cotton Shirts and Pants, in all ages from 2 to 14, Richelieu rib garments with long sleeves—-Superb for fall wear—the Pants Tiand top and ankle length— regularly 65c and 75c, will sell Satur day at the very low figure y|Q Many Suits at $25 ALL COLORS; VERY TAILORED itnd $3.50 values «ple« *J $12.50 Dresses, $4.98 Tho latest of the lingerie dress styles are among tnese sou. clinging garments of soft mull, nalusook and lawn. They are very heavily trimmed with embroidery and lace Insertion —the flounces very deep with a suggestion of tucking to follow the vogue tor kilting. All sizes are In the lot —all are white jf* m g\g% Dresses that were Intended to sell at SU.6U. *"frS Hut we have priced them for tomorrow at $3 Suits at $1.95 These are the 70 per cent wool Suits of which we have sold hundreds since the sale started. They are good, reliable, sturdy—long-wearing clothes, ot homespun worsteds; tan and gray checks. We have sizes from 9to 16—$3 Suits— 4»4 QC to sell you at «pl*«7«9 $1.50 KNICKERBOCKERS 98c Men's Quality in Boys' Shoes Girls' 35c Union Suits, 17c $2.50 Undermuslins $1.49 Including Gowns. Skirts. Combination Suits, Drawers, Chemises and Corset Covers! Made or cambric —trimmed with lace or embroidery—the downs high or low neck—the Suits combining Corset-Covers with Skirts or Drawers. iQ All are $2.50 values. Saturday «p 1 .*T»/ SCHOOL UNDERWEAR Fine rib, fall garments—sizes 6 to 17 -TBd Fine rib, wool Union Suits fl.»o> Boys' fleece lined Union Suite—all sizes Te»v New felt and cloth Hats are In. Children'B merino Pants and Shirts—long sleeves—ankle length —251 and 35<. Children's heavy cotton Stock ings, wide or narrow rib, double heel, knee and toe, regularly 25c, for 18*. Children's "Iron Clad" Hose for school, 35^.