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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta APE THE: LETHnRinMJjJ>ATT-Y , HEB;^^r) \ lii -rI Commencing Thurs. morning, Feb.l, and continumg Friday and Saturday, Feb. 2 and 3\ An Extra Pair of PANTS FREE M^^ or WE MEAN JUST WHAT WE SAY, EXTRA PANTS FREE / THERE ARE NO STRINGS ATTACHED TO THIS OFFER AN EXTRA PAIR OF PANTS FREE WITH THE PURCHASE OF A SUIT-OR OVERCOAT What we mean by an Ej^tra pair of Pants Free is this-You can come into our store at 604 Third Ave, South, and pick out ymr Suit or Overcoat, or both, from any cloth in the house, paif just the regular Suit price, say $25, $30 or $35, and we will give you FREE an extra pair bf pants off the same material as the suit or any other cloth you may choose. Is that plain enough? Now Listen! You've got to buy clothes, any-way-you might just as well buy them right now at Creighton's-Don't put it off. It you want to get real value in good cloihes-made'to-meas' ure, com^ in right now and make your selection from our new complete spring & summer suitings. We Cannot Send You Samples During this Sale-If you wish to take advantage of this Wonderful Offer of an Extra Pair of PANTS FREE, write us you are coming soon-'Send a deposit-andwe will keep the offer open for a reasonable tirjie. If you arenbt satisfied when you see bur stock of materials we will cheerfully refund your deposit Noyj Listen Again! We guarantee the clothes to be absolutely satisfactory in the service they give the wearer-in the good fi^-in the good lookS'-and thf best value to behad anywhere. We know yoliwill be tickled with the extra pants and yc^idll tell your friends about Creig/iton's Good Clothes'-tfiat^s why we are mdking this wonderful offer anyway, AN EXTRA PAIR OF PANTS IS EQUAL TO HAVING TWO SUITS The Same Price Tickets that are now on the Suits remain thereafter the Sale is over. Sizes Over 44 Breast Measure charged extra. I AN EXTRA . PAIR OF PANTS FREE WITH THE PURCHASE OF A SUIT OR OVERCOAT The Extra Pants are worth in the regular way, $7,30 to $10.00. a'. V, m wm SEN HOT WIS TO mmm U.F.A.i IT eral Steele, and adding that he was | a\spleiKlid organizer and disci pliBar-j ian. Kitchener replied, "I am sorry [ that in present state of warfare on' the continent it would not be possible j to place Gen. Steele in command oC a division, y Very experienced officers are necessary in siicli positions to do justice to the troops under their command." . A week later Gen. Hughes replied that he did not agree with Lord Kitchener, and he was convinced that "Steele and my brother. Col. John Hughes, are each as we!I qualified for a division as any offi- Ottawa,. Jan. 31.-In his speech at cer in the British service." He sug- In ------ the House yesterday Sir Sam devoted | gested that Steele take the division � about fifty of the leading farmers of lialf-an hour to an analysis of Cana-; across, and a commander satisfactory the district met and organized chp dian and British military laws,. Vfitji I Kitchener could be named later. Rntymond tocaiof the association, the-object of proving that under.the J Kitcliener replied.that he had no ob-'S. S. Dunham of Lethbridge was pres-mlliti^. act ,,,the. Dominion has full jection to this. . '-lent and in a strong address told of control of all- troops raised in this couiftiT. The government, he said. Hot Cable to Kitchener could call o,ut 300,'000 men tomorrow, A few days later Gen. Hughes sent' anii'in case of an emergency, send a rather warm cable ' ' them-overseas. Enlistments up to: chener, in wliich he Anderson, vice-president; W. B. Nald; er, secretary-treasurer; ^Walter  Z6 belle, T. O. King,' Emil  Weed, L. L,. | Pack and Clarence Smith, board of j directors. ; U. S. AT BHWG POINT  (.^inp.rial'fo !>ie Heraia) Raymond, Feb. 1.-,pvidence that the United Farmers of Alberta are gaining a stronger hold on the farmers of the south country waa much evidence here last night when date, he pointed out, number approx- knew many of the generals in Kit- imately 400,000, of whom 100,000 are; chener's army were far from capable married men. There are still in Can- j and were far inferior to. Steele or a ada 788,000 single men. Were the | dozen other of his officers. He added. militia act applied the Dominion could secure double-her quota of half a million men. � Canada's Right at Front Still dealing with the subject of control, the ex-minister argrued that in the present war the position of Canada is not the same as it was at the tl-me of the South African war. Then Britain paid the l)ill, while Canada acted as an agent in securing men in this co.untry. Under present conditions^ said Sir Sara, it was not the business of Great Britain if we used' wheelbarrows at the front. It ;waB our right to say what shall be sent,, as .we have the responsibility. Sir Robert Borden bad stated the other night that in the matter of '(equipment he was disposed to set up hisi judgment against that of the military ejcperts; / �: "The prime minister." said Sir Sasn, "has-a. perfect right to take that yiew, b,ut it is not mine. When the jtrouWe occurred the halo had gone so :%r a&I am concerfted. I was not Im-; pressed -whea'young British officers, 23 or 24* years old, threw (out -Canadian stutt when I knew ! that ouF Wagdns -iBtood the test best at the tttae 'ptHbe,:Sout}i African \var." , Gen.'Hughes tooX up the question formally. It Ir^-pointe'd outithat inasmuch as the nofefiis-addrcssetl to neutrals and not to\the'Britisli government, it IS ossentially'for them to deal with.  - - There is desire to avoid expressions which may bo oneii to construction that Influence or pressure is being everted in regard to the decision - neutral nation^ will make... - VIOLENT buAKE- ' , Winnipeg. Man., .fan. .10.-Rev. F^-: ther Blain, S.J., ot St. Boniface cdl-I lego, stated that a most violent earth-1 tiuake was registered by the college i .soismograiih last night. The osclll^-� lions which were extremely jagged, '- began at 9 o'clock and. lasted'for ov6'' three hours. Father Blain-calculates they were m.ost violent 3,006.n)iles distant from Sfe Bonifriee.i.'' TO INDEMNIFY I.EITCH \| , Regina, Sask., Jan. '31.-"The a� sembly committee t)ri^ privileges atK. edections -this rooming decided to r^ port the facts In regard to the breaCjft, of the legislative'assembly act by. Rcyv' �M. L. Leitch, mem"ber for Morse, to the House wWi ; recdmmendatioii that a-bill -be introd,i/ced '^jto Indemnity Mr. Leitch. This will permit him t^ resume his aewt a. Everywh(6re and ^^Iways Hu;T. i*Olic ..'ttulMh^' I A tpoenful'ot EHb'tFtait Salt in a glass of water m.ahea a,dfUghtful drink-cool. , sparkling dhd etferilMCent. �iyNO'S "FRUIT SALT" is the be�t tonle and dIsrestJve regii-*-* lator ever preparea-a safa and valuable pemeay at aii times. Be prepared, for emergencies by always havlngr a bottle In the house. Ask your Drugrglst for ENO'S-the only genuine "FHUIT SALT"-and Ijjeware of imitations! |l^''rt^.\L'!H':r.iyiNc'' l^^red only .by J. O. ENO. itd., "Fruit Salt" Works. t^ikjr^ for Nprtl. Amerlc�> HAHOUP ^ BITCHW mm-> t-lmltj.^, ip.W;P.*H> ��rp.t, Torpnto I I I 5302 3885 ;