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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^^^ tht: LKTnBKmr,e daily herald MoiHla.T, March fi, JfllL SiillVELY SALES CO MONEY [X MONEY l\ EYERY LINK OF THIS AD. READ IT ALL. Exploit a Bargain Carnival Unequalled in the Annals of Leth' bridge Retailing MEN! YOl NEYEK SA\\ SI (II BAK-(iAINS AS LONCi AS YOl HA YE LI> ED The Entire Stock to be Hurried Out-Regard less of Profit, Cost or Value The Prices named demand Immediate Action-delay Means Disappointment Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday-Friday-Saturday 5 WONDERFUL BUSY BUSTLING BARGAIN DAYS A WONOEHrUL COAT OFFER 50 t^HING COATS TO SELL AT $3.95 Mad* of all wool covert clothi. tweeds, etc. Short. thre#-fourth� or long modeli. Some silk lintd. other* Mteen lined. All sizes in the lot. Have your cholcd- $4.95 $20.00. $25.00, $30.00. $35.00, $40.00 TUESDAY YOUR CHOICE..... \'.u:;.-: -lion': ai, . ..r; i! i ...111>. wcinli ;p " -SI". T.iesot'y . $7.50 $7.50 WOMEN'S CLOTH COSTUMES Identical suits sold right her* in town-made by same makers-from the same cloth at $24."0 each, nil sizes, black or navy only, some are silk lined, our price $7.50 EVERYDAY NEEDS AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES. Spool Cotton ..........................4 spools for 10c Spool Silk .............................4 spools for 10c Mending Wool ..............................4 for 5c Celiitloid Hair Pins ......................... Dozen 25c FeatlTerbone, yd................................... 6c KiD GLOVES-Regular $1.25 .:r^d $1.50 CHo Only 59 pairs to tell at ...................wUCa LONK SILK GLOVES-Long Lisle Gloves. -Ml colors-Reg. $I.C0 to $1.50. Sale price . .CwUa MO"^OR VEILS-Two .ind one half yards long . OC** .59 only, to sell-..................w9Ca CO Pieces rich Embroideries, insertions. Galoons 1 Am Worth up to 50c a yard. Tuesday.......... I UWa 200 PAIRS BABIES' SOX-All wool cashmere 4 Cg% Lisle-Pick them out ............ ...... I3v THESE GOODS WILL NOT LIKELY LAST AN HOUR TUESDAY MORNING JAPANESE SILKS-Regular 60c 200 yards to sell at ......... 2000 YARDS RIBBONS-Nearly all shades Regular 10 to 25 cents ................ 50 WOOL UNDERSKIRTS, Worth $1.00. $1.25 and $1.50. Tuesday _____ 200 BELTS-Silk, Elastic. Patent Leather Regular 35c, 50c and 75c, Tuesday . . . 15c. 5c. 50c. 10c. GREAT -GRAB" TABLE One big table full, containing Underwear. Toques. Gowns, Coati. Gloves. Clouds. Shawls. Hosiery. Motor Veils, etc. Goods made to sell at 50c. 75c. $1.00. $1.25 and $1.50. Tuesday morning, whue they last- 25c ^-CMEN'S CLOrH SKPi/S. THLi; LAST $3.50 rAiiiuii.i? Sicillluus. St^r^r.-. in navy, f,'ri-eii. lihiek. i- 1 i-i-.iin. p\r . .-i'"'..!! -ur; I, $|ii. -. .iiid iI I Tuesday ...... S3.50 WOMEN'S CORSETS Worth $1.25. $2.00. $2.50, $3.00 TUESDAY ......................... 7iCa t~\ies only 20, Sii. 27. 28, 2'J. :!0. HI. ? 2. oH- Crompion's. [1. & A. and Bias Filled - .Vol Ming more need be said. THE EVELY SALES CO. HAVE FINAL, DEFINITE INSTRUCTIONS TO CLOSE OUT EVERY SINGLE THING IN SIGHT. Final Clearance of Men's Suits, Shoes, Overcoats, THE EVELY SALES CO. EXPECT EVERY MAN AND WOMAN IN LETHBRIDGt TO ATTEND THIS SALE-SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY-PAY HALF, AND SAVE HALF- THAT'S IT. Furnishings, Overalls and Smocks PRICES IN EVERY CASE ACTUALLY LESS THAN WHOLESALE FIGURES Sharp Clean Cut Up-to-the-Minute Bargains. You'il Never See the Equal if You Live to be a Thousand GO TO IT NEVER BEFORE NEVER AGAIN BOY'S BOOTS (Jood siroiiK makes-Solid leal her, jiib; ili" ljuui I'or school wear-.SizPK II lo 2- Worih QCm $1..".0 Hiul Jl 7.',. Tuesday .......... �l9Ca BOOTS-SIZE 6 ONLY I'iiic'.-: biix �ill; 'lo.'dvi'M; \v"|t .Mciliiini I isi liigii ;:(ioe for drrs.-i w 'a\. R 'mi-lai i'\ .'.11 .-5.'. I HI jiiiil Tuesday . . . MEN'S SMOCKS AND OVERALLS Peabodys make. .Mudc froui besi materinl.-f. I',i>r roomy sizes. neKiiliir and SI 7.'.. Tueiday ....................... 85c MEN'S WORK BOOTS .^;roii^ make,! iof ili� liarde-i kind ';ir .V nit^ipi'oof-H.ioi- \\::\- .~i-ll i'vpr\-"here ,r *2,r.'i and i': Tuesday $1.10 WOMEN'S BLACK SATEEN WAISTS Open bark or front; good black s.neen; lonp sleeves. Reeulai- $1.50 each Tu��d�y ..................... 75c MENS OVERSHOES 2 ijr .! biKkle null' ihe he.m Boodrt ni.ule in Can-:i.m �\uf .'^Pil � R.'frular $3.2.".. Tuesday ............. $1.35 $6.00 RIDING BREECHES $1.95 Made of EngHsh COvertR, worsteds. I needs Ihor ougbly tailored garments. ..\ctnal valne fl� ^ Qf? 16.00. TuMday Morning...........91 .99 MEN'S SWEATERS Made of all \\', gra,\. brown, bbi-k- Wonli JI ."II. Tuesday ..... 75c CHILDREN'S BOOTS Odd lines, lace, liutton and low siioe.s; black or 'un. Worth Jl..')0 and *2.nn. 7C�� Tuesday ............................,l9C MEN'S COLLARS Ml i)\irp 4 plv linen, stand mi oi mm over Hi.les. Worth 2iic each. 5C*� Tuccd.iy, 4 for ............. MEN'S UNDERWEAR ['iiie.Hi all wool ribbed nnality; Hliirts or dran-ers. Hcgulnr Jl.Bn. CC*% Tuesday ............................DwC $3.50, ,%4, $5,00 and $6.00 MEN'S TROUSERS $1.50 Pairs lo Sell All v,-ool woi'Bleds. r weeds, serges, etc. Ac:usl value. L'^.'^ (o $B.O0. m by liavin.u every year a pori Ion oi' liis I'prTn .^nininer fallowed nnder a syslcn: ihal will re-laln ihe inoistnre Ihronijb a I'lni;. dry pei'iort and produce a crop. When to Begin 'I'he drv farmer slnuild have bis stub-lilo disked as .^oon after liarvusi as ! possible in order lo loos.ii u]i ihe .sal- low riKhi �fter the packer lo mak. the miilcli which, while dry llaelf, acts as a blanket lo preveni the evaporation of I lie molsliire consorvBd In tho iioil below. This method, to uiy mind, puis Ihe soil In Ihe best condition lo ciu-ry ilie Inrgesi possible (luanttty of watei-, with finer soil pur-licles II stands to reason that the earth will hold more water, piovidlnR llicre is 11 fair iinatulty of luinvus. Ob-jecllonK arc aoniel lines raised to fre-queni harrowini; of ihe have fallow, for the reason lliai it breaks up tho sur-fail, so fine that llie Hiirfaco soli Is lilouM aboiil by the winds. Harrow-In.i; when ilie snrVacc Is muiEt. how-evr. or Imniodlai.cly nflor a rain, Icave.s hiinii.'i of earth fnmi the sizo of pea.H lo bens' ckhs. ThiF condition will slop the soil from blowing and nelp lo Have ihe run-off. Effect of Manor. .Manure can well be applied to sum-nier fallow in the spring and worked 'lace soil. i iver weeds and preveni'i""' the lop three Inches of soil with .evaporation. Surface cnltivation should ibcphi enrh in the spring, so as t.i I clean ihe top soli of woods and put I In condition to receive whaie�er niois-inre falls. Harrowing should' follow ! rains, because a rainfall of any extent soaks through the mulch which is there to break llic I'apillary attraction a disk harrow. This will give ilie weeds a chnnco to gemilimte bnfora the ground is plowed. The munur. roliiiion, besldci adding fertilily, tends lo retard ilie evaponuioii constantls In procesB through the stems and leaves the plants. Kxporiraents conducted at the famous Jtothanistead eaiahlished by the rain. Karly in .IiineU'irui in England with pure rain-wnler Ilie ground should be plowed and aj"i"l water taken from Ihe Kiver good, deec furrow f.irned. tor a soiin'hames, coiUaiBing a conHiderabln plowed ten Miclie.^ deep can hold H rain-1'ti�''ii"'il of vegeta;bln mailer, showed lall of two inches without any runoff.; a much higher percentage of evapora-.�V deep seedbed is needed in regions ^ "oil of rain-water ihun of Thames wliere the rainfall is limited. Condi-' water. i lions tor acciiniulai ing waier must be' Harrowing Growing Grain imade first, ilien attend to tlie con-- , Ims been proved fully that ii pay.^i .servaiion of the nioisutre. The plow to harrow growing grain after a raln-' should be followed closely by llie paik-i fall until the grain attaitis a heijht of er. 1 prefer ihe subsurface packerj�ix to eight IncltM. Tills maintains th�. niuk'h and d.Btrays the small wetds. VoT harrowing growing grain 'Slice. This s.iil. iiein.u in fine condl-ift hot dry day la preferable. The hiir-!iion. ihere are slight thances of any'rowing should be cro88-wi�e with the 'open space being left to catise defects;drilling. The procftsu of harrowing ;in the capillary movement. 'I'lie idea growing .i?raln In the Bpring warms th� is not to iitive any air spaces in thejtopaoil. ch�ck� evaporation an attraction IJ;n Increaeert yield ol from three i.> licannoi span. The harrow should fol-l-'-ve bushels per acre. I for llie reason iliai il juiek;- firmly the fsoil lying at the bottom of the furrow EARL PERCY WAS TAKEN rOR HOBO English Earl Walked from Montreal to Ottawa I I on a Bet ! I IMlau.i, l''ci) 2,S-Half dead Willi 'cold and alter havini; been liinicdniii, .11 oiii. point on tiic roail .i.s a bobo, llic Karl (if I'ircv, cldesi son oflli- , link,' ni Norlhiiinlicil.nid. i..rincr lii-dcr .Sccreiiuv m .^Uilc tor Inilia. arrived in iMI.uva l.iMl I.mill alter cniii-plcMiig J trip ft nil mi fnnt, ; wilini!:u, ii v.airci, ! lie .iinnniil iif uiiicli lia.- noi been iivcai.'d. Il i-; iiiidci si Di.d. Iiowevi'i, iJKit il lor a c. iisider..llic Mini Tlie trip was tii.iilc ui.a 1 1 eMicH. ;.nd ,il..un t be i i lack., of i ill- (' 1' H ] Kiir! I'ercv um.s i.iic of llic uslict'; the v....bill.c I't Lord llecics. held icceiill'. Ill New V.irl- l! r, pusslbic Ihii! 111.' prcsriii �.tniii � w.js proiiipi ed \i\ .1 dc^i II.. coril.i t e ' !,c lame .L'Hihiil bv 1)..:, llubt llcrc.s'nid in connect j. .1; Willi tin' s,,iiic weddini;, b\ 111-, pri/e iii..Kt u 11 il I It (���.ci Tl-.e;ci, |i is Miiiier';l ood,. was I'.Miic l,i>i vjcc!-: Tlic c.iiidi I ioii-j were iliiit lie shiiulil siiiii iidMi I al aii\ time, ami (-o-i plcic \\:r trip i u It Inn ihiee il.ivs, i.i to be in titiin flit llie I'.iai ilcbiii a dinner. wliirli held here niiiht ,il the fiir,-ciniivMii llnnsc Ii.' siarled from i Monircal liefore .m'ven o'clock on .Sai- ' unUn tiiiirnln.K wilh a friend ..r two |.. see iniii awa\ SluppltiK piac- 'f', had been ,ii r.iiit^eii loi iil dilTcrenl places al'ing Ihe rmile where fresh and supplies weii' left Tlie distance is 111 '. luilcs, exact h . lie Kent "11 'loing 1)11 .Siindav the weathei w a.i line, and mil too, bni mi .Siiiidav liiglii till' t eiiipeial lire began to lall. and all dai vestenlM) there was a cold wind blowing Tlie aristociat, hiiwevet, kept pinckily on his wa\ 11 was ,il Pl.iiii a!j;eiicl lliat he had bis iiiosl disagreeable experience it-wiis aiiinsiiig I",, weiil lo the place where his bmit.i ami sii|)plies had been left. "I am the l-;ail Percv he said, and 1 want niv bool s "(^iiit you kidding," .said llie man jliii charge, and shut the door in his face. Nor eonid any persiia.sion coin-|)el liliij to i.pen il again I'.arl Percy arrived here in time lor I the dinner, and sat down with the I rest of the guests lie wa.s the hero 'of the evening. Tndav llie I'iarl refits I ed lo he seen, inil the wager and the i result of it lornied the whole topic of I convcr.salion at Kiileau Hall this nifiining A ROMANCE New ^llrk. Mnrc-h 'i - Aiioi her lo-iiiaiicc which il.- beginning in the manicure fiarlors at Ihe IJotel Pla.'.i t.aine in light ulieii .Miss Dora Alnv '�lohnsm.. ,1 nianieiue. was irarried mi l''eliriiai\ 27, to .losi-ph P Hermiiti, ,1 wealtln 1 rokei', who when in N'ew �^ ork lives ai the Hotel Woodstock, .N.J 127 West Forl.j-tliird street, i \t llie WiMulstock it was said that ,.Mi. l.'.Tiii.'in is out OI t ov. n on a busi lies.; trip Miss Mav l.iiidef. VIi^s .lo'inson'n [iredeccssoi , liecume the bridp of a wcjilthv Western liinibertnan less than 1 wr. \ears ago. .Mr and Mrs llermaii will go to Mermiida and Cuiia on tlioir wcdtfliig l-niir WOMEN WANT TO COfVlE TO CANADA London, .March iJ.-.VIr. Howell, of the ('. P. Ii.. has four thousand women HpplkaniB as immigrants for Canada. Fifty leave in .\pril and one hundred in .'Vlay. Further parties leave through out tlie year TELEGTAPHIC BRIEFS .Veil Robertson, an eii-master or Perth Collegiate Institute, is dead at llopetown, aged 71. I The P. M. car ferry Bessemer 2. I reached Port Rtanley on the first trip of the season, two weeks ahead of I Inst year's record. Alfred Wake, Winnipeg. Alfred Constable and E. T. Nevtson, for stealing grain from the Empire elei'Mor. Fort William, were sentenced to five years each. Frank Payco was let go on suspended sentence. electric Restorer for nien PhMPhonoi I-*,*'** STsry aerve Im the bodf vlu and TitalltT. PreMatwr. dactr and all oasual �I anc rii.siih.Bel iv ' ic. Price JA g box. ort�o t waaknesa .Tartad make you a D�w mac. Price JA a box. ortwo f ni ;