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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TTJESDAT. JUNE S. 1917 DENIED FREE SPEECH THK LETHBRIDGE PAGE F1TB DISTRICT NEWS Winnipeg. Juno a secret of the commllleo In charge of anll-conBcrlpllou campaign In Win- nipeg to bo held today, the advis- ability of abaudonlne all attempts to hold antl-conscrlpUou meetings and ol adopting the "Russian Systam" ol societies and secret propaganda will be cousldored according to a fUlemcnl made P. J. Ulson, 1'., (Ills morning. "II Iho authorities permit tho sup- ol free speech, and It sold- iers reluse lo uiiun -B lo hold mcet- luia, we will have no alternative but German ofilo.r. now Iho properly ol Lieut. David Frascr. of Dlalrinore. Word haa bcon received from Mark dalo, Ontario, Etallne lhat Patrick nyan well known former resident ol Covvlcy and Hie Crow's Nest Pass, bad passed away In tbal lown ou May 11 "Paddy" had been In poor hesllb. for the past couple .of years. Up to Rev erul months ago he resided on a r.intl rear Cowley, but his condition became Bucli as to necessitate. Ills going east lo Ills former homo. He was about Ililrty-Dvo years of ago. James n. Hope, until recently pro prietor of Alberta hotel, Blair- has mado application for the transfer o[ Ite Hcenso o( Iho Caslle- gar hotel at Cisllcgar, U.C., from II. Ungc, lo himself. PINCIIKKOREHK (From tho Kcho) Mill Belly yranklsh at ODD lime n resident or Flshbunv hut for the past years or -ho east, came from icr homo Dear Chicago, recently, ond alter a week's visit wild her brother and friends of Flshburu. has accented a ou (lie post office staff. ll haa rained every day slnco War 17 until Tuesday and then It snowed. Since then, however, old Jup. PJuvlua has laid off and OM Sol Is frclllng In his fino work. There was some frost tlie nlKhl It ileared up but we have not heard of any reports of damage BO far. Miss Parroll. of Summorvlow, bas received v.ord Inat Pie. Loolmaa Is very 111 with pneumonia In France. Ptc. Boolman Is a former 13th man and bas sceu some severe righting since ho liaa been there, but so far his been EO fortunate as not to're- ceive a scratch. He has been In sev- eral ol the big battles In ivlilch Ihe Canadians have become famous. DO YOU REALISE thai. Zftm-Buk Is not an ordinary cloduent! His a herbal skin healer unusual power In orcrcomlnc chix'jlc Ek'ln troubles. Mr. John D. Frenctte, ot Nlpafloo, Cloucealer Co., N.D., writes: EC- EC ma developed on my head inJ apread rapidly, until my head was coTcrcfl r.lth tores. I was attended bj a doctor, but bis treat- ment did not do me much good. 87 IMi time my be id was In Eiich a Ing--tend I (.ton i that I mined lo try eomcLliIng on my own ceount. Having beard of some 'won- derful cures eRcclcd br Zam-Duk.I commenced applying It, and tbe re- mits were most encouraging. This marrellous balm coon ended the'Ir- ritation and drew out all (he Inflam- mation. .Then the BOFCF began Lo heal perMverancewlthZim-Buk rwuUed ID a complete cure." This sVIn' healer la equally good for ringworm, aalt rheum, ulcers, Eorn, bad legs, ablood-polaprilng, bolls, piles, burns, en Is and all sMn Injuries. All druggists, or Zan.-Lulx Co., To- ronlo. BOc. boi, 3 for f 1.25. TAKER (From tho Tlmea) II. P. Munro will leave on Friday for Montreal lo attend the general as- sembly ot ttie Presbyterian church. He will also visit his old home In the maritime provinces before returning. H Wright, of UthUrldge post office start, will bo in charge of Iho local post office during Mr. Munro a ab- Splendld progress Is being made on tho new shaft at tho Regal collltrlcs. The shstt Is now down 120 feet and everything h In flue shape. The lull depth will be about ISO feet. As soon as three cars of ties arrive, work will be started on Iho new spur [rack lo the Regal Collieries. Tho ompany has purchased a locomotive for the line, which will arrive here Ken How received n letter this week. Irom Jos How, announcing that ho arrived safely at his homo The heavy Iroat on Tuesday nlgli did considerable damage to tomato and cabbage plants In some ot tho ocal gardens. RAYMOND (From the Leader) Miss Valetta Olcn. ol Stirling, lies wllh a broken collar bone home, a Mr. Iterlou has A severely sprained shoul- der and several others have bruises ol a mlnci nature as a result ol an automobile accident which look place iboul lour miles cast of hero late mdoy night. The car, belonging to F. Jlllncr Is badly damaged. Tho crowd was "Joy riding." They ere going along tho Stirling road d were near Jos. Maudslcy's larra len the mishap occurred. It scorns at a girl of Iho party was driving, j became excited and lost control Ihe machine. Instanlly It turned nd tipped over with the above men- oned results. Haymonil was listed among the cas- allles this week. A telegram ae received by Charley Smllh saying Is brother. Will was seriously wound- d- He was shot In tho face and and. The news wl Ills mother yesk-rday ramo over to her other son'B lu the district, Wilbur A fino shower woke up this district on Sunday night aud Monday morning. Wheat js up lour and five Inches Many hereabouts are contemplating attending the big sUmpede In Medl clno Hat July 10-14. What the Press Agents Say TRAVERS (From'Our Own Correspondent) Travers, June rouslrig Lluera meeting was lield here Monday even lug Hon. A. J. McLean, S. J- Shop herd nnd others coins the prlncipa speakers. A fair sized crowd a tcmled and one speaker devote! ni address mostly to women's votas whlcu was Uearllly applauded by th ladles., and gentlemen present. Tb meeting closed with mush -cUiuslas] [or Mr. McLean and "God'Savo th King." Mr Bucnan, coualn lo our loca townsman, Is contemplating pullln up a building for a garage. With In number of cars In the nelghborhoo one Enrage cau'hardly racel tlie d anfls for repairing. The rooming' house has change hands. Mr. Whiltlns having sold to Mr. Werl.Welsl. and 51r Lacy ot the Pioneer Lumber Co., a laklng over the managing and w Boon take possession. Mr. Whlttlng I expects lo do a amount of Police Found Much Booze in a Local Man's House and He .Is Arrested Le received with TP- Bilk breaking with the outfit be look over [roni Mr. Welst. Jack Bain haa purchased Stanley kayte'a nuarlcr of lanil. ilrs. Guy Paulson has been much under the -jreithcr lor Iho past row days. Unchant came up-Sunday and beat Travcrs a game 61 hall, score S to 6. Only seven Innings- wero played, as agreed upon before playing. A largo crowd from Enchant, nctlaw, Lomond and Travcrs witnessed Iho game wllh much hooting and.Jeering. Mr. Gco. Whlttine got In a car load o( Doilge cars lalely, which hp expects lo In a short time. Miss Mary Koch Is visiting her brother [or a Jew days. Mr Woomor of Enchant has moved his (amlly here and set up a harness shop next door lo'the bakery. Another Issue of the Travcra Tiroes has arrived anil haa bcon thoroughly read wllh much comment and ap- preciation. .Miss Lillian (rom near Bar- ons wlio has been-rlsltlng In the vlc- ret by llio people ot the lovrn. Will Ed veil known, having lived here for iiumlier of yesia. Ho laler rfmovod 3 Toronto wlnre he enlisted. Hi as a wife and two children in thil Ity now. GRASSY LAKE IFrjm nur CMvn Corrtapondcntl Grassy Lake, Juno A. Drlggs ol ForL mado a busi- ness visit to town Friday. J. F. muck, a former resident ol Grassy Lake was In town this Great Interest and activity is neing alion-n by ladles doing Red Cross work. A lull house Is seen nt every meeting 30th from lowu aud the country, each aeer and willing 10 do Uiplr.parl. Mr. and Mrs'. J. II. Watson were in LclhbrlJfie Wednesday and Thursday Monday. June 4th Is being observed ns a legal holiday In the school. A greaL deal of hnullng Is belnp done tnese days although Ibis IB not the season of the year for hauling. Four horse tanks In good numbers aro to be seen going to the elvalors with their loads, no douLL It Is Ilial Is bringing the grain In at this tlrae- The "Birth of a Nation" which shown al Bnrdelt .Monday, was seen by cetera] autoloads from Grass> Lake and surrounding country. The new theatre wns filled to standing room. To givo an estimate of the number of people It was said there were eighty cars at the door.. In Iho provincial police court this morning Jean Stubbi was arraigned before Magistrate Elton on a charge o( Eclllue liquor without a llcenso from-his home on nd era. Some good playing, and some poor playing wu done on both sides. A change of pltchera'was made with both- LefimB. -Travirs looked prelly small for Ihe flrat fire Innlnji wllh no scores lo -Lomond's four or five, but when Ihe rooters. coachers got linsy, Trsfers up cnmo rlshl nlpnd-wllri tiro (it a time till they reached slilecii scores and homond camo dlong with .Ihrco more In the last Inning rnaklng llicm tlilr teen. Tho crowd gathered from. (JM mangay. Champion and nil surround- ing lo'.vng. CLaroplor, ,Bllll leans to- ward Travcrs. I Tho nhowcrn sllll eonlmuo and Iho crops conllnuo Lo grow. .The frost ol Wednesday evening did no' damage unless to barley nnd nol many gar' dene word up lo nuKcr, This make: breaking still easier. All rigs arc pulling In good lime nnd still can't break all lhal U wanted. The price has Increased from .four to four-flfh nnd flvo dollars tin acre.; Tho Ilarrrit hrc-lhcrfl' near' Whcal Centre arc now hauling their whea lo lown, liarlng finished pulling It Ihe crop., ii P.ullcd oft on ho Filth London General England on April suf- crlug from n gunshol wound In Ibe Ight leg and arm. Walter Smith, who Ihe other day blllcn on Ihe knco by his stallion, removed on Sunday from his resl- Icncc hdjaccnl lo Lhls dlslrlct, lo the 3ow Island hospital IK bis own new nulomoullc. Dr. Munro wns called nut lo Mr. Smith's nnd snld blood rolaonlng had set in. Ills hoals of rlends hope for hla corly recotery. "Braver Than the Heinle 4 Louie Comedy "Southern Calllornla." Scenic LAST TIMES TONIGHT LENORE TJLKICil IN "HER OWN BONNIE JEAN" .16 Diiinty Girls Ifi OF BILL NIGHTLY JU'L'IUS VG'LIE -.The ftclor-sfngcr, seen In the title role of "Freckles." Coming lo the Mn- jesllc for Iw6 dan, lUrtlnj Friday, Sib. Pi'kcs to 25c SEATS AT MEDLEY'S Now ALL NEXT FRI. SAT. JUNE 8th AND 9th SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY z. The United Producing Company, Limited of "In Walked Jimmy" and "Peg O' My Offer a Magnificent Scenic fro- duclion of Mrv'Gene Stratton-Porter'. Widely Read Novel. FRECKLES ______ ASCU WHAT CALdARY THOUGHT OF "FRECKLES." "Good slnjlno and_flne acting made "Frecklei" treat to tht large audience at (he May 25, HIT. Ijiy' 75e, SOe, 2Se, CMUrm ALL AT HtOLEY'S WEDNESDAY UtORNINQ ;