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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WRPNRSnAY, JANUARY 9, 1918 THE l. %un and, rifle fire ;ind effectively disp^t^l of. Another small bomhiug party received such a warm reception that it retreated without throwing a bomb. Both the enemy and our own a'reraft have been very active not only behind the lines and in the forward area, but in flying low over the front lines and bombing machine gtrns in the trenches. An enemy machine venturing too low, fell a prey to one of our VIokerr> guns. It was vitally damaged and was seen to fall in the enemy's lines near Merl-V'ourt. Yesterday, while our airplanes were very active crossing enemy linos and machine gunning hostile trenches, the Boche planes vvere flying high and giylng little opportunity to machine guns or snipers. Today's storm and the poor visibility has effectively prevented airplane observations. A woman never looks better than her Hair aoxNOi aoiMcm aoNcitr Thousands of woman ow� their youthful appearance to NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE. No matter what may be her age, a woman with a nice head of nair, hair that ia soft, glossy and fluffy, always looks younger than she is. HERPICIDE makes the hair beautiful with that sheen and shimmer which is bo attractive and always Indicates a healthy, natural.growth. It keeps the scolo ifroc from dand-ruiT and the hair from falling out. There arc remedies �&�d to bo "just as tfood," but HEUPJCIDE is "the j;tjnu!ne original dandruff germ destroyer." Nd'vhro's tferpicKfe in 50cand$1.00 sizes is wild at nfti �mg stores and loi'ct sootfo counters. Guaranteed by THr Hcrp;ciic Co. Recommended and applications made by the best barbers and hair " SPECIAL AGENTS. j. D. Htainbotham 4\ Co., LtoY Calvary, Jan. 8. - Local trains on the Canadian Pacific railway lines between Calgary and Edmonton and Calgary and Lethbridge have been changed as a result of the programme of economy which has been initiated by the railway war board. It has been decided to withdraw a train in each direction, and rearrange the schedule for the other two after January 13. No. 521 midnight train going: north, will leave Calgary at 12.25 o'clock in the morning, arriving at Edmonton 8.30 o'clock the same morning, and the midnight from Edmonton will leave tho capital at 12.55 a.m., arriving in Calgary at S.20 a.m. The train which loaves Calgary at 1 o'clock in the afternoon now will bo cancelled leaving only the morning and night on the every day, including Sunday, the day train north, will leave at 9.10 a.m. and arrive in Ed-at 10 minutes to 5 in the af-while the:day train from Ed-to this city will leave there at 10 minutes to. 1^ o'clock in the morning arriving'here at 10 minutes past 7 in the evening. The connection at Lacombe will be maintained. as it forms an important part of the C.P.H. service on the north branch. No. 543 from' Lethbridge will leave there at 3 o'clock in the morning and reach Calgary at 8 o'clock. This train runs daily both ways. A cunday train to and from Macleod has been taken off already. This train was on the schedule to leave Calgary every Sunday evening at 7.36 o'clock. Something like 2,�42 train miles will be saved weekly by the new plan, and this amounts to a great deal in the preservation of the fuel supply fully 450 tons of coal will be saved each month by cutting down the C.P.R. service on local trains. list for No. r>2;'. Calgary monton tornoon monton Watch for the program of the "Evening of Song and Dance in tomorrows paper."    The many friends of Mr. E. L. Jar-vis will be pleased to know he has returned home from the hospital.  *  Tho annual meeting of the ladies curling club will be held in the rink at 8 p.m. tonight, All'ladies interested in curling are invited to attend. * * * The ladles of St. Patricks church are asked to take note tomorrow of the sewing at the Red Cross rooms. A large attendance Is requested.   * Miss Hulbert of Medicine Hat, who Is appearing in the "Evening of Song and Dance" given in aid of tho home for orphan and unclaimed children of Halifax, will arrive in the city tomorrow. *   Mr. and Mrs. E. IT. Rylands and children left this morning for Long Beach, Calif., going by way of Great Falls. Mr. Rylands will return later in the month, but the family will remain in California for several months. * *  Mrs. I. C. Wedd of Natal, B.C., formerly of Lethbridge, was in the city yesterday on her way to Toronto. Mr. Wedd who has been manager of tho Imperial bank at Natal for some time has been transferred to Toronto.    The marriage took place last evening at Dorchester, N.B., of Bernice, third daughter of the late Hon. H. R. Emmerson, to W. A. K. McQueen, son ol Mr. Joseph A. McQueen, ex-Jilgh Sheriff of Westmoreland. a   The regular meeting of the Major Jack Ross chapter I. O. D. E. will be held on Friday evening at S o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. It is very important that all members attend as important business is to be transacted. �   WAR MENU FOR/THURSDAY Breakfast Oatmeal Porridge Toast Coffee Marmalade Dinner Roast Mutton Baked Potatoes Cabbage Raisin Pie Supper Brown Bread Onion. Chowder Cornmeal Muffins Stewed Prunes Tea The recipe for Onion Chowder, mentioned above, is as follows: 3 quarts boiling water, 1 pint minced onion, 1 quart potatoes cut in dice, 1 1-2 teaspoons salt, 1-2 teaspoon pepper, 3 tablespoons butter substitute, 1 tablespoon fine herbs. Cook the onion and butter substitute together for half an hour, but cook them slowly so that the onion will not brown. At the end of this time add the boiling water, potatoes and salt and pepper. Cook one hour longer, then add the fine herbs and serve. I Make Your Own Cough Syrup and Save Money ir than th� rvady-mntto kind Easily prepared at homo, Tho finest coujfh syrup that raon/y can buy-costing only about onu-flflh as much n� ready-made preparation* .-can easily be made up at homo. TVi way it tab.'a hold sad conquers distressing coughs, throat and chest colds will really m&ko you enthusiastic abohfc It. the bottle with plain granulated sugar syrup. Shake thoroughly and it is ready for use. 'ihe total cost is about 55 cents and gives you 18 ounee�-*a family supply-of a most effectual...-pleasant tasffinjr remedy. It fcecps perfectly. It's truly ftstonUMmr, how quiokly it acts, penetrating through every air passage of the t?>roat and lunjrt- looaens and raises the phlegm* soothes und heals the inflamed or swollen thrpat membranes, and gradually but Eurely the annoying throat tickle and dreaded cough will disappear entirely. Nothing better for bronchitis, spasmodic croup, whooping; cough or bronchial asthma. Pinex is a highly concentrated compound of Norwor pine extract and i� known the world over for its prompt heal'mir cfToet on the throat membranes. Avoid disappointment by Atkins your drn?gUt for "ZVi ounces of Pinex" with full directions and don's accept anything- �^e. A, Kuarante* of absolute satisfaction or money promptly refunded ffoes with this preparation. Under Direction of Miss Gladys Attrae Under Auspices of Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. D. E. Majestic Theatre and 12 The net proceeds of this entertainment will be applied to fund for establishing a home in Halifax fc*- the orphans and claimed children of that stricken city. * 1 Tickets: A&ilit...... 50c; Children......25c Seats may) bo reserved .without fJrtra charge at tho box offtM after 10 a.m. Friday, January lltn. r E i ft 1 L r*f ' i 1 ' 3r : WHO MRS. THRIFTY U you can find a home in Lethbridge that doesn't b ear witness of the visit of this widely-sought Mrs Thrifty, we want to know Thrifty is, seems to be the most important topic of the day Who She 9 Anyway has of the great opportunities for exercising thrift that our offerings in this "Thrifty Sale affords. And we promise that interest in this event s Stirling values and opportunities of savings on your pari Under Mrs. Thrifty's auspices we today list some extraordinary bargains consisiting of Travellers We are not going into particulars on the merits of these goods and why you should take advantag such a chance. The prices alone are all (hat's necessarv to convince von. ___^_ m i � r 1 '- 1 r IS dozen Babies* . and  Children's Silk and Wool Bonnets and Hoods Teddy Bear Plush Bonnets and Wool Tarns and Caps. Worth up to ��| ^2.25. Thursday's selling ..... D"C 13 pairs only, .Leather Gaiters for Children. Sizes 2, 3^4. Worth up to SG.50. Thursday's selling JQC 5 only Toddy Bear Plush Pram Cover Bags. Worth up to o $6.00. Thursday's selling .. OsCU 22 only Tsddy Bear Cream Plush Coats. Worth up to $ii.50. n rf\Q Thursday's selling ....____'. �J*"�7 7 only Child's and Misses' Stole and Muff Sots, in plush and sealette Worth up to $4.75. Thursday's | gQ selling, set ................. 1*07 31 pairs only, Ladies' Ail- Wool Llama Cashmere Black Hose. Worth $1.25 pair. Thursday's selling, na\ pair ........................ OyC 21 pairs Ladies, Child's and Misses' Knitted Gloves. Worth up to on $1.25. Thursday's selling, pair J�fC 13 suits Ladies' All Wool Combinations. Wolsey and Rameses brand. English make. Worth up to a qa $6.00. Thursday's selling..,, 4 only, Navy Sweaters. Mannish make. Here is a snap for someone. Worth ?9.50. Thursday's a nn selling......................4�W 69 sample Collars. High stocks with rich lace J&.bots. Worth up to | ort $4.50. Thursday's selling ... 10 pairs White Wool Blankets. Worth up to $10.00. Thurs- C CC day's selling ............... d�D9 (These are slightly soiled.) A quantity of White Flannelette, On sale Thursday only at 4 a yard ........................ l&C 35 only . "Beacon" Blankets, Suitable for bath or lounge robes, or as cosy ,bed comforters. Size m pja 27x90. Sale price ........... SKull 500 boxes' American made 6 cord Mercerized Cordinette Crochet Cotton, In white, sky, hello, yellow, Delph blue and blacj. The best crochet cot-ton_on the market, Thursday's | /v selling, ball ................. iUC 12 colors in Texas Silk Tatting Cotton. The best known brand, � Thursday's selling, ball....... J>C 12 leading colore "Classic" Pearl Cotton. On tight round bnliN. On salc Thursday in our Fancy Work nrf Dept. 2 balls for ........../.. Zi)C ii t SPECIAL NOTE The great majority of these goods are absolutely fresh. Not having been opened out since they were manufactured. "Elgin Maid" Pearl Cotton in all colors. Thursday's selling, r? ball ....................... DC 500 Crochet, Tatting," Embroidery and Transfer Books. Regular up to 25c each at m* each.........................' J)C r" or free with 12 balls of crbchet cotton. A beautiful tine of Dress Skirts in novelties, silk3, serges. Novelty Skirt, $15.75 1 1 OP* *>r....................... II .55 Wool and Silk Skirt. 1*7 AT* $23.25. For............ 1/*4*J Wool,and Silk Skirt to on $16.25 for.................IZ.ZO Wool and Silk Skirt -g r AA $20,00 for................ iO�UU Serge Skirts $6.75 p* 1 ft for......................... 5,10 Serge Skirts. $10.50. m ........................ Serge Skirts $1�.00 A An for........................... 9.00 Serge Skirts. $15.00. -� 1 OP for ............. ..... ...yll.CD GEORGETTE AND CREPE DE CHENE WAISTS One at $9.50. T or for ........................ |\Z5 One at $8.50. g% pn for......................... 0�OU One at $8.75 /% /�a for........................ D.OU One at $12.75. A /�a for ........................ 9.011 One at $13.25 q a� for.............. ........... �M?�> One at $5.75. j aa for.......................... 4.30 See These Travellers' Samples In Oar Windows A quantity of AVhite Silk Waists. Sizes 36 to U. Thursday's -t r*Q selling .................... l��)�f A number of House Dresses in excellent values up to $2.20. Light and dar.k colors and all sizes. | CCk Thursday's Belling ......... l*�)af Children's Wool Sweaters. Sizes 26 to 32. Colors grey, brown, navy, cardinal and green. Worth $5.75.. n ,AA Thursday's selling .......... tl*fjr�f Men's Full Dress Shirts. Plain white. Assorted sizes. Worth A{% ?1.75.' Thursday's selling ... fl�/C A limited quantity of Men's Chamois Gloves. Worth $1.50. Thurs- *]Q day's selling t....'....... I �IC Men's Garters. Paris pad style. Worth 25c. Thursday's selling ia . pair................... IUC 9 Men's Elastic Arm Bands. Assorted colors. Worth 20c. Thursday's � selling, pair....................DC Gent's Pull Dress Suits. A few only Worth $35.00. Thursday's f f* f|A selling ..................1D�UU - 4 50 garments only. Sample English make Underwear. The "Wolsey" and ''Rameses" brands. Thursday's -t selling ........ ........... 1�5JD 120 pairs Imported All Wool Cashmere Hose. Sizes 10, lu^, and nn 11. Thursday's selling........ 6�JC We have still a few of those Lounge and Stiff Citff Shirts in a smart assortment of patterns. QO*� To clear at................. C Children's Tan Kid Boots in button and blucher styles. A soft pliable boot for the little one. Sizes | oa 4 to 71/2. Thursday's selling.. 1�0�? 10 pairs only of Child's Tan Don-gola Kid Button Boots to clear. Sizes 5 to 7. Thursday's sell- j Girls* Shoes in black kid blucher style. "ClasBic" make. Good quality and will give splendid . wear. - Sizes S to 10%. Thursday's sell- n �yu irig ......................... Misses' Shoes in Box Calf arid Kid Blucher Style. Makes a good school shoe as well as for dress wear. Size.4; 11 to 2. Thursday's sell- q r/#| hig......................... Buy a pound or two of these whilst you are in the store making other purchases. 500 Iba. Mixed Candy. On | � sale Thursday at, lb.......... IDC 1 1 ;