Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tin! LETIIRUIOGE IH11V HK KIUDAY. N'OVKMliKn 17, 19IC Will open its doors for business to the good people of Lethbridge and Vicinity on KIDDIES Our stock of boots for the'kiddies is one the best you have ever seen in this section ot A_lberta. At prices to suit ihe-pocket book. Sizes 1 to 1 LaHies i TH igh lop Boots at Laced srunmetal vamp, vici kid top, high cut boot sold in the regular way for 87.00. We have a large bunch ot this line to offer vou To the good people of Lethbridg'e and vicinity we wish to say we wjll handle a first class stock of up-to-date boots and shoes made by the best Canadian and American manufacturers. we will show you a nice range of the latest novelties shown in plain a ml com- bination colors along with all the staple lines in cloth top patent or kid vamps. Tan, brown and chocolate. We will bo pleased to have you call and look through our stock. We will do our best to please, you. The Cut Kate American Boot Sluty C'HILDUEX'S SHOES S We carry a complete range in the ent. Dongi'ila and guniuetai We fit feet amf they will go away happy children. to IOK-- se, lines in pat- the little ones' '.Ikin on the Ladies CSoi Top Boots at Ladies' patent leather vamp, cloth boots. Buttoned or laced. Keccding toe. Now. Louis heels. These boots are sold in the regular way for '86.50. 1'ie-k them up for Ladies Patent Vamp Ladies Boots 450 Growing Girls Boots 3.95 This line consists of patent leather, -gun metal and vici kid. All sizes. Eegular -S5 val- ue. Tour choice.. Yici Kid Matron's Boot. Low- rubber heel. .Tust- the shoe for comfort. Eegular -85.00 value. Ladies' patent leather .vamp. tan kid top, receding toe. Louis ,heel. Regular Yours for See Window for Display of New Novelty Boots "Ladies' patent leath- er vamps, kid and cloth top. Latest Louis heel. A very dressy boot, YOU SATISFACTION. ANY PAIR OF BOOTS IN THIS AS REPRESENTED OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED. WE AIM TO PLEASE YOU AND GivL Mens Boots 5. glen's dark tan Russian calf boot. Low heel, English toe. Regular -S7.00 value. HAS GOOD IMAGINATION Herr Mucnsterberg Looks to Oermtn- Russian-Japanese Alliance Cambridge, Muenstcr- berg professor of psychology at Har- vard University, in an address last night before the International Polity Cttlb 3i the Imiversits said "I know from Tollable sources that Russia is out ot iomt, is halt bank- rupt is starving and will be ready tor t Bejwrate peace before spring The result is to be an alliance be-j twcen Germany, Austria, Russia and Japan. Japan and Russia are push- ng towards this combination, and an overwhelming majority of the German people would welcome-it to- day It i" the old Dlsmarckian tra- dition that .Germany ought to the trend of Russia, and that such ail; alliance would be her surest protec- tion. "If we really want t bring peace for' a generation there is no hope but to bring Germany and England ILL KINDS OF SHOES. LARGE OK SMALL. WE CAN FIT E F4MILT. BEING THEM ALONG AND BE HEBE WHEN OPEN SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18th. Patent Bal Boots 6.5Q Men's patent button or laced boot, Ralstan 'stamped boot. We now offer these to you on Sut- to an understanding before Germany and Russia have made peace and formed Some neutral groups in Europe are seeking to bring about this understanding be- tween Germany and 'England. Yet real success can be expected only if thn Government of. the United States undertakes work. Snoodles. the net' feline .of' Brock- ton Mass., is the proudest cat on tile fence His. owner, a dentist, put'a gold crown on a tooth Snoodlcs broke DARING CANADIAN. AIRMAN Iron Nerve Carried Him Qut of GrEat Danger Krnest Hicks, who [has jusi received the illlitary Orflss done remarkable triings. He brought down two and drove' back over tlirC" oLIicru. Or. one oceasio'n ho .cahie. down feet and .bombed trains: I lent Hicks'Is a Canadian, and It. is barely since ho made bis first! flight. He came over with the Princess Patricia's Regiment, anil was wounded in the Ypres Whan lie recovered he was transferred to tlie Flying Corps, and u.c London cor- rouppiident of the Manchester Guard- ian tells us of his latest experience.-' About 20 miles behind the German linos he engaged two t-nemy .ma- chines, and in Ule worry he "forgot Archie" and did not dodge, and a Mr, piece of shrapnel pifrceil his tank and the exhaust caught fire. He hustled home as hard as he could., expecting every moment his machine would go "fluff" and his end would come. -But he held on: although partly blinded, and by great luck gnt 'a glimpse of a wood bo. know, and made a lucky landing, tearing his burning clothes from him. There was tremendous luck in this esc.-.pe, but what iron nerve and spirit of steel to have car- ried on and won through! Many ot our airmen have been In such incon- ceivable straits as these and carried WRITS ISSUED FOR BYE-ELEC- TION IN MOOSE JAW COUNTY Nov. writ for the live-election In Moose JaW county has been issued and calls htr nominations on November 28th .with election on' December 5th. onn week after. The byc-olccllon ii necessary on account of the reslfination of. 1Ion...l.vA. .Shen- pa'rd, formerly member for the con- stituency, a-.id Speaker of the House. Some, time ago Mr. Shcnpard placed his resignation in the hands of the 'government and asked that o bye-clod- lion be held la Ills constituency.