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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^ggP|^^^f||^^^|fSfif)f ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^ ^ UiST CALL FOR FREE PANTS SATURDAY, FEt^^^m An Extra Pair of PANTS FREE mm 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 OB iOVERCOAT What we mean by an Extra pair of Pants Free h this-You can come into our store at 604 Third Ave, South, and pick out your Suit or Overcoat, or both, from any cloth in the house, pay just the tegular Suit price, say $25, $30 or $35, and we will give you FREE an extra pair of 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. If you want to get real value in good clothesr-made-to-meaS' ure, cdme in right now and make your selection from our new complete spring & summer suitings. TO Now Listen Again! We guarantee the clothes torbe absolutely satisfactory in the service they give the wearer-in the good: fit-in the good looks-and the best value to be had anywhere. We know you will be tickled with the extra pants and you will tell ^your friends about Creighton's Good Clothes-thgfs why we are makmg this wonderful offefiiMyway. ^ ANxEXTRA PAIR OF pANm IS EQUAL JO HAVING TWO SUITS : The Same Price Tickets thai iare now on the Suits remain there after the Sale is over. : ^' AN EXTRA PAIfil OF . PANTS FREE WITH THE PURCH>V8E OF A SUIT OR / OVERCOAT f 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-'senda deposits-arid t^iu;ili keep the offer open for a reasonable time. If yotfaiiriiol satisfied whm you s^ dur stock of materials we will cheerfully refuM your deposit. Sizes Over 44 Breast Measure chargedextra. The Extra Pants are wdrth 'hi th^ regular Merchant to $10.00. 604 Thiid ^% Ave. & ' E WILL BE MORE ACIIVE IN FUTURE with money In the treasury to see It through the year the Lethbrwge Board of Trade has tiikcn on a new-lease of life, and \v: ile it has always been a lively organization, it promises this year to be livelier than ever. At today's luncheon there were 22 members round the Board and that is IN FIVE MINDIES! NO or b soon, ACID STOMACH rrHE MOMENT "PAPE'S DIAPEP-�IN" REACHES THE STOMACH ALL DISTRESS GOES. ''Really does" put bad stomach in order-"really does" overcome indigestion, dyspepsia, gas^ liearibum and sourness in five minutes-that-just thai-makes Papa's Dlapepain the largest selling atomach regulator in the'world. If what you eat ferments Into sfubborn l^mps, you belch ga.vay and Traiisportation-G. B. i.Macka.v,' A. M. Marshall, C. Lund, 11. A. Hislon. Municipal and Civic Iraprovemo.r.ra -F. W. iDowner, W. Shaw, ,1. Mar-noch. Highways ana Bridges-P.'i, R. Adams, SI. S. .McArthur, S. S. Dunham, AV. A. Ham itov.. Mvnbershlj)-S.. .J. irhfcpherd, F. v Dpiyner, jDlip-,Horn;,.J-'H'is Keel. At the Trades and 'Labor ;Councll meeting Wednesday night Spcreta^ Filmer svas instructed to forward to the city council a resolution . in supr port of the Travellers Aid that the city pay ?25 per month to'wai'd the expenses of that organization. During the past year the Travellers Aid met 2108 trains, and assisted 'JOS and the Trades Council thinks the wori^ is so highly important that thp city "as a whole ought to help in meeting tlie expenses. , Another resolution whiclx will go to the city council is one asking that in case of pj-otracted fires like that of the Shenard block Wednesday, the city sliould arrange to give teinporary relief to the firemen. Wednesday the boys of the' brigade worked 14 hours on a stretch before the fire was completely out and the apparatus in shape for another call. VICTORY ASSURED London, Feb. 1.-In a speech at Ladyhank today to his constituency, former Premier Asyuith said that the naval, military and economic resources ,of the entente Allies assured them i inevitable victory. i "A notion that the struggle is about to come to a si|ualld end-to result jin ai stalemate-is a mere dream," he � .said. "The fortunes of battle may fluctu-;ate and shift, but if all the intluenc-I es at work are taken into comprehen-i sive account every month of the con-] tlict becomes more unequal and the � lialance of success .more and more ; in favor of the allies." ASKS CITY TO HELPm FARM WBOR TRAVELLERS AlO IS VERY SCARCE "Winnipeg, Feb. 1,-That farm labor throughout the prairie provinces is extremely scarce and that as a result farmers may riot be �ble to -get ! in as big crops this year, is the statement of A. G. Hawkes of Reglna, Sask., vice-president pf the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' association, who is here today attending a meeting of the Canadian Council.of Agriculture. ! ""We will simply have to do the best we can, plant what we are able to do our.selves and let the rest go," suggested Thomas Sales of Moose Jaw. At the Canadian Council of Agriculture only routine business wds tran-.sactert this morning. The afternoon session is being takeii up wi^h a .discussion on. sample markets..aridj hospital elevators, both of which matters win come up before the board of grain commissioners on Friday morning. ' LOCAL MEN ARE DEVELOPING 6. C. T HON. G. BELL RE-NOMINATED i F-slevan, Sask., Jan. .31.-At a con-Iventlon of Liberals here today,-J-lon. ! George Bell, minister of telephones, ; was -rc-nomlnated for the legislature. [� Industries, new enterprises and pub-' licit}-J. .Torrance, W. .;. Lloyd. A. Jack, R. R. Davidson, J. S. Smith. Entertainment-A. Hayr, W. D, King, A. M. Grace. Beware of the Coljd Storage Egg;! In his work on fdok; arid dietetics Doctor Roliie^., Hutchison says, "the albsence of" carbohydrates'/liretvents V e^s from being ^lii-'.any;: �setisi!^!'^ complete fpb|f'^'%l^is jefei's to the fresii?; egg-the egg with a clean, bill of ^health. What would Doctor Hutchison say of the modem cold storage eggf At present prices two eggs, cost ten cents-ahd!83.CT. SENSATION IN'PARIS Paris, Feb. 1. - The^ notification that Germany and Ausli^ w,puld torpedo,^ neutral merchant! ships without notl'ee,jbeginning at 6 o'clock tonight, rGaehed" Paris too late for publication exce^jtvin last editions of the morning ;iewspapers.. ,The German noti-flcatlbh to the United States mentioned no specific hour oa Febr.uai'y 1 The announcement caused a sensa-tion. � EN TO BUILD HUTS FOR SOLOIERS London, Feb. 1.-Nineteen young I women Carpenters soon will "leave Lon-'don for Prance, whore they will build huts for the British army. The women will b.q' in Prance for the -duration of the w^r apd l)ve in a camp near one :of the barfas. ^hey will be under the 'care of a social..Bupervisor and have their own .houBekeeper and fore-; woman. Each will be paid 25 to 30 ablllings a v/eek. I The minister of munitions is adver-|tiBii)e for-20,000 women to flll shoUs in JSritiBh munitlbiiB factories. Ever since the discovery ol uric add In the blood by Scheele; to, 1775, and; the bad effect it bad upon ^he b^dy;) flcieutists and physiciami liave BCtjven/ to rid the tissues ahdi ibe. blood jpr tills poison. Because dt 'its . dwr-; abundance in the system it eaUBea backache, pains liere aijfc^'there, rfiBU-'' matism, goat, gravel, i neuralgia' Mid .Bciatica. It was J3r. Fierce wbo^iaV covered a new agent,.called"AhuriqJ*, which will throw out' and. completiily';' eradicate this uric acid from tbe.. If you feel that tired, worn-oat' feeling, backache, neuralgia, or if yooK iieep is disturbed by too freqiient^ urination, go to your oest drag atoral end ask for Dr. l^jroe'B AnurioTableta.t' They are put up in 60-cent packagea. .DocfoB Pierce's repuiotion is back of , this medicine and you Icnow that btB| "Golden IVIedical Discovery for, the' blood and his "Favorite PrescriptionV for the ills of women have bad'a splAn*^ did reputation for the poab fifty yean.' Doctor Pierce's Pellets are unegnalad't as a Liver Pill. One tiny Smar-coqtedf. Pellet a Doiie.\ Cure Siok Headaohe,v Jiilioas Headache, IhfMaese, Oonetipa- j,' dou, Indigestion, liihous Attaoke, and|' all derangements flf tbe Uver. StOBiM^. and lidwels. .m ;