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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD Saturday, March 18th. I r The Evely Sales Co. Celebrate the Event With Their Original and Unique "Grab Sale^^ The whole stock has been carefully gone over and every article will be rounded up at a "Grab*' Price. It will be the most remarkable event ever chronicled in Lethbridge-you'U be amazed and pleased with with the Bargains-we are going to fairly give goods away. It's not a case of cost, present worth or actual value-it's simply a case of what you are willing to pay. Sale commences Monday, March 20, and continues all week. ^^GRAB^^ Any Women^s Costume in the Store This Store Will Not Contain the Crowds Who Will Fight to Have the First Grab at the Bargains . Nets and Allovers SOO yds. Some of them ul! silk -for tvaista, Presses, rriiniiiings. tc. Ref. II.Oil to Jo."ill GRAB- SOc High Class (iirscls 100 pairs-1 rriin)HDi,� iuih.si grades: long m- .�h'iri moiiol.-;. in-rliidinp .sh'mIi'S ;uHi .a.ioil Diicli-psse. Wiirtli $;i.'iii. 34'"'!. .$!.."iii. GRAB- l!M)nl.v Snifs-Made oi' Pa nam as. \t'ntMiaiis. Kir. Absolutely coi--rorl lU'w j;oods-IVrJVct in siyU'. .Many all silk lined. Worth .$20 lo$2l. (iKAliSALi:...........................SS.95 anXK The Children s (oats and Skirts L'l; aii)^ I'naisaiiil Skins. ThP i-iia:.~ aro .Sprinp rabrii's. Skirts are iif'cm plrarpd. W'onli $:!,;�>" and .-^.-vOO. GRAB SALE-- SI.35 SI.50 (iKAlJ The ^\ omen's Coats �J!i onlv-.Madt of all wool coverts, silks atul broadcloths, correct k-iigths. worth $ti..''iO. $8.00 $111.and $11'.0(1,GRAB SALE- $2.50 Grab the Ribbons, Veilings and Embroideries 2.�00 YARDS RIBBONS Ail pure silk Laft't'ifts, double satins, etc. Upi?. i-cinoe of colovH. Worth J ">('. 2()('. :?;'>(. GKAB- 5c Vpiliii;; (irab ISti yds.--newest spring styles in browu, navy, cream, pink, wliiie, grev, mauve, etc. Worth 50c, Tr.c. $1. 81.2:-.. GRAB SALE- 13c The Evely Sales Company With their years of experience as Sales Experts have the "know how' of getting the best out of any stock for you. GRAB BARGAINS that will create the keenest buying enthusiasm and the swiftest selling. (irab These 100 yds. embroideries, insertions, headings, etc. Widtlis 2 to 10 Inches. Wortli 'Mir, 25c, SOc, T:ir. 41^0, F.Or. GRAB SALE- Here's a list of GRAB! 50 pairs Kid Gloves, the kind fh�t every sinre ffets JI.2.'.. and $l..%n pair. GRAB SALE- 25c Sale litnite one to a customer. CiKAB! 2w dozen Hone Hair Pius, lii^br. or dark ro]L>r:T. several ^iy.t^:^ wonli .'.( to l.'.c Hach. GRAB SALE. 6 for- 10c a II MM 2(11111 y.irds l-Jmbroideries. l.aces and In.-'crrion.-i. eind.-, tJjai sell in till u.-iuai -.v.iy at '.c \aicl. GRAB SALE, 6 for- 10c urab: 200 pairs inire wool or l.isle Baby So.x, black, white. �ky, red. worth 2i'. GRAB- $2.50 Grab These Gloves .T' silK-Black, Ian. sky. pink, '�cru-sizes 4 1-2, �>. 6, li 1-2. Rey. 70c and Jl.nu. GRAB- 35c 200 Pairs-Children's and .Misses' li&ivy. all pure wool, in cardinal, c.roatti, black and sky. Ke^. 40c and 'itic. GRAB- 20c I Op Pairs-Women's hosiery; all pure wool cashmere and plain or lace lisles. Worth ;'iOc, HOr-. GRAB- 25c OUVER DEFENDS PEOPLE'S COAL \\ .1 ' 1 1 il 1. J ! C "d n . '1 r ill p Objects to Blanket Charter of Alberta Electric Railway Company ctlawa. Mprch IS.-In the Mouse yesterday there wae considerable dis ciTSBlon oyer the bill.to Incorporaie the Albertn Bleotric Railway. Com-ii�ny. The co�ientloii8 clause n-an the on� . glring the company power to mia* eotl in fiomhero AWierta Han. Frank Oliver objected to the nlauia on the score tliat other rail SA/Mi Gun auf*,i colds. h�iils , wuy.-j djfl noi luu i- liie jiri'jiepe ,-inil Mku i\ would b" ii iiiiil ihlng lo csihIi i:h|i H new piererleni in ilii,. ri-f;aiil H\, chief nil lection ivhk ilun i lie rail .wav jnil coalitii; lUhu-^rj, uu.i.l i r-i*o in'i.irwii\''-Ii il.:it i' ^soiiid !'.� iin pohBilile lo rieiil Willi iln-m 'i.-pu rii i .-!> .Iciin ilerron p^nicj mil ilmi lie I' IM( mines .uii| .ii lln.-nni .mil ili.il the t'.l'.K is S'liinni, � n.tl rtL*i:'.in laiiiH. (mi Mri'iiiU'';. Mm mm linii li.e inl! �^Iiii'iiii li.|. K In ilie r.iil\\i!� ciuinniii'-^v �|cre ibc m.ri.M 'pi fSrMiiu tt\es lit the .-Mtif-rtij . riiuicnr iind the conurtti-v Coiil riuVi-^ -^lioii.! noi be mixed up wi.'ri n i;illiv;j'. .Imner h;i( Hho^iid be den!' v\ Mi c a snn 'siidiarj conipan.^. .Mr, Oliver siiid 'he r;ii;w;n would lap evei-y coiii centre in Sii.uhcin Al berfn. li WHii a blankcf rhnricr ilc-cialied 10 cover m mer^ei -i" all riia! mineK in Southern Albcria. Me wo .nl ojipose 'lie piojiosal tn allow a raiiuav cuiupapv 111 .....M'aie coal mini-s. I Icirou -a d ibci.i bad ii^cn no i oni plaini i\i wmp Iin* i! .1 -\. \lai-hi-av of Ihii-; lobn \|( (iiiil'on, of Sarnbi Portatic H^-'iiiie froniauH .(III - ,il pill .-hii.-.e ( I' I roiii uetii- lb'-' HI'ackwood prope/'tv recenti.\ icirciiased li' ilie li'idKOUi- I'.a^ Co !!:�� 1. ihe cenire o;' 'be present Hurry. Tin- nri'-e .nnid ui .Mr McClli bill!, w 1.11 came to Winin|'e>4 In clos Hicbarrl |. (;,i:viu reuiiiicd ironf IJiKli Kiver on Monday aftfriioon ai-ler J fcv,- d.i\s' trip. Inn In- came hacit ,1 little the worse tor wcar. as a loailed niicrm oi v. heal ran over Iub foiii, whicli wjll cnase him In he laid up anil \i';e criilche--. lor some time r, L- I.each ni '!:bci, was a vis- itor tn inwii today on hu.sliicss for ill.-; Ilim. Mr aiiil Mr-;, .los Musselmati and famii'. attived from Berlin this �ieek and arc ;;ninB; lo lake up their re.si-dcncc on II, l-wrug's land twelve mile.s .�niiih 01 here, la a few davs, Mr. clman is Ihe lureman mi ihis farm Mi.--.-; MacMillaii arrived in tntyn .i;;alc, ,-ind has taken up her duties ai ll.c pnsi i)lli<'e after a mondi's visil to lici hnuie in I'urple Spriiios Ifobinsoii, i)'' Kcd Deer, I lie I i''inii'sU.-ad liispeclci for ihat dis fic!. |v nnw Ul town disiribnliri.i; the t;nveriimciil .seed i;iain to the houie-sleaders in tliis vieinitt . The last few days the village has looked very busy as llirre were so niany farii.ers fn cet imp, tlieii seed \lv will he here uriti. the middle of next week j .A new iJChooi of twenty rooms will ibe erected In a 2.')-acre tract of park land to b'- purchased in Hamilton's east end. COWLEY NEWS NOTES f.owley, March 17 -Mes.srs, Miako I and Miles shipped a carload ui very , !h\f horse.s (o the aildvvss ni Mi. Ku'h ard.s, Kelowna. H, t'. The horse season seems to have opened ii() already, la.s this eiileiprisim; hrm sold \V, F. j l'^ Darrast, six !ine heavy ninre.s ; al-: So a luMVy fior.sc to iMr, Cotton, who j intends takint', bim north shortly, j 'John Kfin'uis had tlie misfortune i in loose his \alnalilc stallion, also !a vaJualde marr Truly, 'miKfor-tiiues never con-e siiiu'li \ sui veyor hjd a narrow e^.cupc the jollier uay, falli;ii,i; over a -10 foot c-ut, I bank on the .Soiilli Korii .-slight, jlatnenes.-. was the rfsult. I liev O. Hamilton broke his arm jllie other dat, hm is ftftiing on nii;e-!1\. allhouRli suKpting consitU'ralde pain 'i'eorpe Baker has (aken up bis iinarters m K. C, Itrcwry's pool room wliere he will liive eusloiui.'rs a fasli-ioiiable hair-cut ami lirsl-class ainive A LIE PASSED BETWEEN M.P;S Oiiawrt, .March 19.-Olen C�mt�ben, I the Kiani member for Dati'phin, ami i llr. Neelcy. of llnm'hoWt, were tha I principals in a worcl.v warfare In tha House in which tlio. fortmer repcafedlr called ihe latter a liar and refused to I withdraw the e.i;pro�s)oiiii until the jdopni.i speaker threatened fo report ' blm to the Hon�e. .Dr. Neeley accus-jed Campbell of using tats position as la member to make ofTlelals of th� deparimoni ol f.he Interior do what jwam not In tile best Interests of fhe icoimtry. qiiicki.v stops coughs, cures colds. hc*ls Ik* throat anil lands  83 casts. ;