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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBR] [DGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It TUESDAY, MAY 20, 19f9 LETHBWDGE. M.BIfRTA. ~ \ PAGE SEVEN MINERS STRIKE IS UKELY TO BE CALLED TD-DAY JOCKEY NG OF N.P.L FOR PLACE WILL ^ BEONEOFiSTINIERESIINGfEAMS OFIHEO.FAPOLITICALC0NVENTIONJ Convention Next Week at Mac-leod Will Tell the Tale-Meet Here in K. P. Hall 1,EAVTTT U.F.A. BAND MAY BE IN ATTENDANCE ^Vllll Uie Liberal conference iMrellri-liiaiy to llie national convention In Au-Ensl at Ottawa all orer. the �o�fer-eiK't-. delegutes having BproRd to all liarts ot Canada for the purtto^e of aiganiztng the,provinces prior to the conventi(in, and with farmers' polltl cul activity in Alberta takiijK a defl-Dlle turn by roasou of the conven-lions which will be held in the major-lt,v of thn leUeral constUuen-clen of Iho province (in the next tour weeks, political matters promlao to be' of fnore than ordinary Interest during, t!in coming summer, especially .since thfc most important part of the aossion -tile budget announcement' and de-b.Tte-Is yet to 'come. Soulftiern Alberta will witness tlie first effort of the United Karmers of Alberta as -an organization to Break into the poiUical game, and the rirst convention at 'Macleon>-PBrtlsan League members, all represented In the Dominion house by a Liberal-Unionist, the Situation is raplete with all kinds or posBlblli-: tie*. N. P, L. Is Active "Probably the moat interesting fea-tflfc of the convention outside of tha^ fatt that It is tho first farmers' political convention under the ausvices of the U.F.A., win be the jockeying for lilace by -the Non-Partisan L�agueis. Some time ago an announcement was made In Calgary that the N,P.L. and I lie U.FjV. executllves had reached ii3 understanding and a line rrt act'on liad been decided upon whereby the two associations would work to one polltioal end. The Macleod convention next TuesiJar and Wednesday will prove whether or not this report la true. The N.P.Li. crowd are very anxious lor the aHlliation, but it Is yet to be seen whether the U.K.A. has been, wooed Btronslr i�noti�b. ConvMrtlon Here In K, P. Hall The convention }n the 't^thbrldgo eouiitituency will follow immediately after that at Macleod and 'vvlll \>v held oil Thursday and Friday, May 2fl and 30, In tb� Knights of Pythias hall. At least 200 delegates from ipoints as (ar separated as' fiow Island and Cardston will be present. The ('jirdR-ton end of the ooowtltuency Is particularly active iu the movement, and iwn uromlnent MoMSonii, Messrs. PeteYaon, of Bnrmvell, Ud King, ot Raymond, �re ment'oned � possible candidates to repreeont the fanners in tlie next political �>attle. .^ropaganila Flmt It Is ooBiiidered hardly likely thai i�n7 of the oonventlona to be held . Other unions will be asked to cooperate with the miner* in a MRIC   HOME FROM. HUN PRISON Pte, Matt Home, who enlisted as a. piper in the ll.Hth Leth-:brtdse Hfchlanders and who fell, a prisoner, info the hands of the Germans, arrived home yesterday. is done before noon. For breaki^kst eat two or three Shredded Wlteat Biscuits Willi milk or cream and a little fruit. It supplies all the strength-oiving nutriment needed ferahalfc&ys woikatacostofafew cents.Their cpsp and tasty goodness is a delightful relief heavy d|easy meats. ^ lOOpercentwhok^t^at. "fiartUn" Path* Prke Si^o.on Look 'Round! IF 5'ou contemplate buying a phonograph, look around at all the various makes-hear tHem^eompare them. Select half-a-dpzen records of various makes and compare all.of the machines with, iir�t, a vocal record-ihtn a band-then a violin'-and then a piano selection. Your ears, eyes and good jadgment jgcill be unanimous in their choice of the A