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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FWt)AY, FPBRUAhY 2, 1917 tHE LETrtBRinGF/"DAILY HERALD PURE FOOD > \' 'J �> mis LD S NBYU.S.ONHUN DDC EiSH VEJ^O'S WON THE FRENCH PRIZE � F^r the Cure of COUGHS A BRONCHIAL TROUBLES The hkfl-mark of aclontiCic approval wbb conferred upon Veno's Llghtnlne Cough Cure wheh it won the Grand Prix and Odd Medal at the International health Exhibition, Paris, 1910; tliti approval of the public: \% expressed (n a reputation na wide as the British .Empire. Veno's has the largest selo ot its class in the world. It l8 made In Great Britain by British sWH, financed by British capital, and sold .wherever the British flag files Prices 80 cents and 00 cents, from druggist^ and stores throughout Can ada.-Advertisement. London, Feb, Z-rThe whole of Bu- British and United States liners, rope, neutral and belligerent, Is; Holland-American and Norwegian anxiously awaiting the action of the Atlantic llriors are the only ones United States on Germany's note an-, whose voyages have been cancelled or nounclng her new submarine policy. 1 postponed. Meanwhile a large propovtion of nou tral shipping Is being, held In port or recalled. No New Shipping InEtructions New York, Feb. 2.-Official announcement from Washington ay to Traffic between England and Hoi-j what action the state department Willi land, and England' and Scandinavian take regarding the movements of pass-countries, as far aslt is carried on by longer and freight ves.-,els engaging in BOYS REFUSED a military order has recently been Issued wliiich states that no boys under the age of 18 years will be accepted for military service in any capacity whatever. Formerly boys under is were taken on as bufilera and dnimmers only. Now even ibis is being forbidden. . -___i--------- ? ? ? > > > excursion boat. au this is perfectly portrayed in "The Regeneration,' which will be shown at Starland to night and tomorrow. AT THE EMPRESS Bluebird will exhilnt a "mystery, play" at the Empress tonight, with Hobart Henley playing a dua! role. IfwIU be entitled "The Sign of the Poppy", and 'will tell an interesting story ot adventure, filled with exciting episodes and screened in Blue-biVd'BM>Bual superior detail and excellence. Mr. Henley will Impersonate twin brothers, one of whom was stol-etir wfeien, an infant and was raised to intentti and purposes as a Chinaman. The kidnapping was retaliating ven.-geance for a wrong committed against Hop Ll, the ruler of China-tiDwn, by Jerry Maraton, father of the twins. The boy who grew up as Chanif was taught by his capto to hate, everybody who bore the name of Maraton, and the operations of Oliaiift'a hatred constitute the plot of "The Sign ot the Poppy." Also George dvey In a screaming comedy. Boris Ilambotifj;' The AVorld Renowned Russian 'Cellist. Kedferne IToll insliead Canada's Greatest Tenor Prices: $1.50 - ^IM Seats at the Roy Electric Co. iRPHEU TONIGHT THE SPECIAL FEATURE Frederick Lewis and Ethel Grey Terry In lOUGHT' The story is as follows: A hus band was needed instantly. Th( young society debutante was aboul to become a mother before shi was married. The husband-to-be had gone down on the Titanic. Thr girl's name must be saved at ar costs; there must be no scandal; the child must have a father. ALSO "PEG '0-THe-7?ING". Chapter 11.-The Stampede. Watch Our Special Ad. Next Thursday We hav^ two car loads oil the-, ^sjiy, one from thp K .ton switching! locomotive. -'The estimated c sold at FariBBPS Feed Barn, Lsthbridge,Satfeb. 3,1 p.iii. Farmers: Let me call your attention to the fact that spring' is close at liaiid. Now is your opportunity to obtain the necessary horse power for your spring and summer work. As every man knows j horses are very high and scarce at tliat time of year. I promise you faithfully you cannot make any mistake by attending tliis sale. We will show you as clean a sale as you ever Avitnessed, as we let you be the .judges and valuators of what a horse or team might be worth and the high dollar buys them. We have among this lot several well bred single and double drivers as well as the balance being low set, deep ribbed ehuiiks. Made to order, young and soiuid every way and Alberta raised. In fact wi; have a h�>rse for every maiji,, REMEMBER THE TIME AND THE PLACE, SATURDAY, i'EB, Swa-FARMERS' FEED BARN, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;M.:N..Pet?rson, Calgary, JIM L:'ClJLBEBTSQI^,:-;::^'^:if LicenHcd Auctioneer, Vancouver, St. C�r' -.'-T 'V 7 D2+??.++? ;