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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta wKDNksnAV: JANUAUY v Commencing Thurs. morning, Feb. 1, I An Extra Pair iSuit or SAY, EXTRA PANTS E AN EXTRA X PAIR OF PANTS FREE WITH THE PURCHASE OF A SUIT OR OVERCOAT What'we mean by an Extra pair of Pants Free isthis-You can come into our store at 604 Third Ave. South, and pick out your.Suit or Overcoat, or both, from any cloth just the regular Suit or 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. Js that plain enough? Now Listen! You've got to buy way-you miglit Justus well buythemright now at Creighton's -Don't put it you want to get real value in good in right now arid makeypur selection outnewcompleie spring summer suit- Merchant Tailors Noiv Listen Again! 'We guarantee the clothes 'to be absolutely satisfactory in the service they give the wearer-in the good fit-in the good looks-andthe best value to. be had anywhere. We know you will be tickled with the extra] pants and you will tell -your friends about Creightoris Good Cloihes-Jhqt'iwhy we tire making this wonderful .offer, anyway. M 'EXTRA IS EQUAL TO HAVING TWO SUIT'S Same Price PURCHASE OF; A SUIT OR-' 'OVERCOAT We Cannot Send You Samptes During this wish to take Wonderful Offer of an air of PANTS mm you are, coming Suits remain there after Measure charged extra. Tne Extra Pants are .worth'in the regular (COXTTOJEP fp.oii FROST FACE! Rogers. He also knew that the Carter company liad contracts with the gov- ernment. "Between August 16 and August 2 1911 Mr. Rogers, as I have already gave to the Carter Co. a gra 'nis increase of 5S700 in respect o heir contract for Ihe power house On Sept. new contract em one, carman, an chairman of the finance committee, 'Hie Separate School Board waited on the city council' yesterday to ar- range for the financing of the Board lor the year. After esp.iill.llg the situation, the board' has an bVerora'lt of about' with in tales iuO from the city, the dcpu talion was told by the mayor that Ihe .city would mate the same ar- rangements to finance Ihe Separate Schools marte in the case or the-1; pnWIe schools... The city Fill take: up. the oTeidrad, .and- will en- deBTor'io pay orer.from trrnc to lime the'amounl owlng'hy the .cllyUo Uie hoard- as reQuired by the school jn o nc" tu.i..--. jcdyin" this increase vas signed, Ihe corilract was dated back to July ;th. "On September IStb, Spraiue went to Carter an'rt ashed (or a contrilm- oi the nubile Is that he should', lose no time that the" promise to the mm Is carried out, and if tlie mine operators still refuse ib grant the in- the govcrnui'ilii operate the mines, filing the, wages of the men, and filing ilsertlie price at which coal Ehail he sold. The public gen to Carter'ann asmiu iui enan lion to the campaign funds, at the oraily would he behind the go'.-em time naming the unusually large.jnent In such a move, which was en S-ure of 55000. Carter made no by the U- P- A. in convcntioi cTur but gave him a check- for week. Certainly something wil money" havi-to be done soonj for if Ihe mines Then on 20lh. the day beforeiaro not producing coal within a week, the election, Spraguc- made a suffering. If not aclual for J2300 more, slating Uiat will be chalked up against the1 election eipensea .were heavier than I raniirc. of they, had expected: Carter gave him dispute whic Ollawa, Jan. ooslmaslcr general has announced that on am ifter February 1 no parcels cqntaii ing foodstuffs or clothing can he re celved at any' post office In Canada to be dispatched to Ihe address of any Canadian soldier who i3 a prison- er-of-war in Germany. This action was taken on recom-i mendatlon of the imperial nuthorl- f were prnally riainper- ie ucinpt'only .by, the smoke but also by tlie great rblunics of steam from tlic Im6n _ declares' thai. unquestionably fir-v'ii'l'nio Erain in the counlrr than vest one had any n Idea of at harvest wilh embareocs against in- shipments to Port Ar bur, Fort liasenicnl.- It them, to inv.idc the bascincni wlierc they could have worked lo the lies However, by 11 o'clocl le lire c'onlhicd to) a sinal biilV daVrying lyBi.ODOiOpO for' tfifs nfco ''year, .construction'- proBranimc ncludlng' three-CTe'aLbaltlesblpsvand oiie .baUlcTc'ijiisbf. "Was; .voted .put .late 6day by naval ;cpmmittcc. The limit liic tour.-lialtlc -y.e.ar. for. department JIBS, liccir un- iblri p'to jls by the bill from 000. Twelve million ilollurs IH provlilcil ror use in case any oi-liin vessels In the programme cannot be, built in private plants at. reisonalila cost and within reasonable, llnie.; ;TOQK' MANY lia' Lonrto.ri! Jnn. in the ,nunlhcr p[ iiris- a check for this also.-. Al present all parcels passing Britain to Germany have to be forwarded under the rh has caused the present Jonietln.es It-Is tr CCULIrtl The' Canadian Hed Cross sneak a cw a cec attending these tran- Cr'others on tht Way Winnipeg. Jan. Hon. Thomas ndon.hasbenamho Uie to, W. Crolhers. minister pt labor, pass s, ence that the increased tender allowed wding of parcels to Canadian Standard Hank are at ed through this clly this morning dlnanw.-The.s anoaru lans are -Roeers at preseril; hanker, for the Separa c, h that Institution wil i he unusual con- en tnrougn mis nnj inia iu campa'Sn fund. hi5 way to Oalgary. where h ,n- suraricoaajhc. cilcnl. of about the stalcnicnl. 000 .10 lliit his net loss v.-ill be In lliel nclchboriiond of jCOOp. It Is miller! CHICAGO BROKERS BREAK stood that Mr. Hull has plenty o( ini- ill imjance-bn- ihc building 10 cover. and'tor a receiver loss'. Saioko ami steam caused 1012 and 1013 Hammond and Itodwa) a view toward enforcing the rC' he United Slates- twccn as Ihc unitcu nlcd every bit of V tun.-to Canada of many of these', aiicrnatclj each tun.-to Canada ot many 01 inesc. L-stn wives and female dependents of the: week is suit from Holland or Canadian Canadian au-'; where. ThV nuihorltios aro V.A -tin tvnf. nt sucn r-irccls WOMEN'S FLANNELETTE NIGHTGOWNS ?l.25 Values.- A Islocl: Tor thMr own use. .S. lailJI I'cai -iioie a rode in- age. to to enlist-for active ser- .He said he hpard somebody calllnl hini w> EO lo.war'an'a wastctJ hurriedly donned his 'iclothes, (oolc a broncho, from the. Etabli and the city. He Ihe prPTincial police oificer-herij al'hbon ;