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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Commencing Thurs. morning Feb. 1, and continuing Friday and SqturddyfFeb. 2 and 3 M Extra Pair of PANTS or Overcoat-'i' _ WE MEAN JUST WHAT WE SA Y, EXTRA PANTS FREE! THERE ARE NO STRINGS ATTACHED fQ THIS OFFEti AN EXTRA PAIR OF PANTS FREE WITH THE PURCHASE OF OVERCOAT What we mean by an Extm pair of'Pants'Free is can come into our store at 604 Third Ave; South, out your Suit or Overcoat, or both, from any cloth in Hie house, pay just tjie regular Suit price; say or you FREE an extra pair pants off the same material as the suit or any other cloth you may Is that plain enough? "Now You've got to way-you might just as well buy them right now at put it off. ifryou want to get real value in good ure, comq insight now and make your selection from pur -new complete spring Summer suit- TO OUT-F-TOWN MENI Now. Listen Again! We guarantee the clothes 'to be absolutely satisfactory inihe service they give the wearer-in the good fo-in the good the best value any where. We know be'tickled With the extra 'pantsland ydu'Wili tell friends' aboiit Creigjkton's we are this won AN EXTRA PAIR -OF EQUAL TO HAVING TWO SUITS C The Same Price Tickets that are now on the Suits remain there after PANTS FREE'. WITH PURCHASE'OF A OVERCOAT! We Cannot Send You Samples During this If you wish to iiake advantage of this Wonderful Offer of an write us yon are coming soon-send a the offer open for a reasonable satisfied when you see our stock of 'materials, we will cheerfully refund your deposit. the Sale is over. Sizes Over 44 Breast Measure charged extra. The Extra Pants are worth in J the regular way, to era! Steels, and-.add ins thai lie was organizercand disciplioar- Ian Kitchener. reblidil, "I am sorrj-j Ifaal in ".tJi-ejeiilislale of.. warfare ou the continent it troulil not lie possible! to .place Gen. Sleelc. in. command, of a dlrision. Very experienced olfi-j cers: arc necosiarj in siicli positions to do, justice lo the troops under their command." A freefc later. CeD. Hughes replied that lie dld'uol agyee n-ith Lord'Kitrhener, and he was con- rlcced that "Steels-and my broiler, .IKnprlnl'fo !hc lleralil) Raymond, Feb. thlt the United Fanners o[ Alberta are Jan -31-In his sceech s.t in the British service.' Col John HuBho5. arc each S3 fining o'tt the .farm- qualified" a flmslOD- as of -tho'-sonth -Vis' much evidence here last night when cphlrol ,bf all'' ITMJIS raised j ill "this cpiiSlrr.'r' The govcriiment, Vsald, coold caH.txut 200IQOO men .tomorrow, aiid, :Ta: case o[ an emeraencj-, sfrnfl up. lo date, he pointed out, number apptox: nilcfsnn. vlcc-presMeai; Nald-1 (V ;nnp nOlIlT Zd Ml.-.V ;fl [B slle. .T. O. KiD5. .Kihit: WeeJ, L.. I., j U. 0. H I UllLMIUIlU I Ulll I ack iiec IE belle, .T. O. KIDS, -Krafl; Weed, L'-. I.', j Pack and CSarcnce board of directors. i' VI" Ihe note to hEu'.ralr' will1 cause -Surprise." Ships to 'prbcWd 53 Usual Ncn- Altlipugli rcprc- s.cniaUvea.-liere. of leaJirig' [Jrit- IsJt, French '.and. allied ships' said- la- "would iirocccd a r one io >ar. Officials OccUneJto disc'iiss 'the" rjncs- tlon formiliy. "it inaaniucii-'aa llic la neutrals. and riot 'the .United Stales'iyiierp a score or and Austrian ships pi., ihe'cc'rman U'ig.cssenliSlIy'-ipr-thcm-t, ning the -war. j.'orolcrslbcil .on Is dcsiro ip'.avoij ciprcssipiis German commerce raiders are iiucm: j itie mdrcnibnls di- "will rnay'.UK'open. ID construction "ial Wlluence or pressuro'.is'lielns ct thB objects of ihc-'U.T.'A.'Snd hov. Kol.Cable, (o Kitchener. a conU he made to help-the A few days later Gen..Hughes sent ot the district as well aa-lho'f; a .rather warm cable lo Lufii- Kit- of the province a.s a chcner, in which lie said thai hej So enthusiastic .wag IJic n knew rnanj- of the Eenerals io Kit-1 over the success of- Uie :y Srnatcly 100tOOO are chener's army xrcre (ar from capable j fanners throughout Allicrta that the- .There are still_ in were far infnrior to. Steere or suhscrilicrt enough shares to assur' ada 7SS.CQO single men. Were iiniUtJa, acl .aprliei the Dominion' could secure daubl'e-her of halt a "i Canada's Right at Front SUJl dealing TFilh the subject of control, the ex-minister argued that in lie iToi lie position oT Canada ia not Ihe'same as H at ,'-lbe7Vlme' or ihe South "African war. Th'eo Britain paid the Mil, while Can: atja: acted as an agent ia securing 'men in this .country. Under present Sir Sara, H waa not Ihe business or Creat Flritain It wheelbarrows at Ihe front. right to say wlial be T have the Sir no'ucrt liordcn had slateil the other ntghl that in the matter of ieguipmenl he "wes 'disposed lo set up bis, Judgment aRilnst that of the miH- :tary experts. v V "-The prlrhe sail sir 'has a j.erfect right to lake that yJow, b.iil H is not mine, Ihe trouble occurred the halo had gone so a_m concerftcd- I was not im British otficcrg, dozen other of his officers. He added, calmly and loyally remained aloof from interference, to Paliatiurj- inrror and dlstntesraton.offrstCana- dians, but please do that too much be borne. Claim no 'autlidrity lo mar.age force in (ieM. bill .under army act Canada has absolute .111- thorlly in resncc'. to :fe added that lie looked lo .sec cour- tesy and fair plf.y extended. Sir Sam said had asfceri to icV Ihe Tory parly. He would glad- ly do so, but the [varfv Iiail lo be] broader than "keep f-aiiricr and the I Grits out." He would give his VOrl to any inovcmenl that would] have for' Its object the successful prosecution of the war at any cost. 23 or 2-T years dian stuff when'.1 threw ;out I. ft new thai our stood-tlie.icit best at the lime South African war-" .IJUM of the appoint jnc'nr. of Sam. pteeje 16 command. Ibrt se.cond .Canadian overseas 'division. He faiA ha Ibsi, the report on ,Marth" 20, JD15, be had engagement was fought in thi bletl.Lord Kilcilecer lien midst o[ a IcMpesL thal Rayniond co-cpcratlvc elerfilor this year. .The officers of the "new local are: Jag. B. Meckg, Jas. S. on DID Jan.: '15. carrying; Wilson, for nn .hour, Sccrc'tary of '470. -AL a.55. I was j sing refoscd flatly to make Tiny on the briilse when V violent cxplo- jrnenj "or to Indicate what action.had We, want another "We may want .100.000. can and he raised." ho NAVAL FIGHT IN STORM- AUSTRIAN DISABLED Home, vli Paris. Jan, Aus- trian destroyer llnsiar was put out of! action in i naval In Adriatic, ft few ago. lo the Tribuna. The saya that'f two Italian deatroycns an! Auslrinn and lhal the HnEzarj hit several limes and set on fire.) She was towel Into a by torpedo boats. The .llallan snf- aion occarrcd flbreast the foremast on port side, followed twenty seconds' laler by a similar explosion ahrcast the ensinc room on'; the port side.1 Nollilng- wos seen in'the v.-atcr prior o the exjiloaion. The sMp vraa slcanl- ng si apeeti vcre shown. been deei'lcd uixin. Surprise in Britain 'Feb: text of Ihoi American Elilijs. Sensation .in England I.oiidon; Feb. Gcrnuin