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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It Tl'KSD.VY. MAY I !l ft) PAGii SKVEN MINERS STRIKE PL f TO BE TO-DAY Men Vote Overwhelmingly In Favor of Strike Action, District 18 O.B.U. Carries the West; Convention, Calgary June Tin: the O. B. U. Irom I Jrnn-mf up the plans of llie ur- Porl Arthur lo Ihe coast circled by Hepresenution al Ibe I'on- "a.n ovei-t.'holElnK majtmlr vjri'.anicg ventiun will he from Trades and Lab- otir most eDlhus-'asllc tlpoclatlQDH." or t'ouni-ils flnJ District Hoards. icforuallon con.lined In a state- OF1U.FAPOLIT Convention Week at Jla iuod Will Toll llie Mccl Here in K. P. Hall Unless Order No. 124 Is Modified by Granting Investigation Which Will Modify il, Men Are Ready lo Go Tie Up Everything About the 5000 Men Will Be Affected if Strike is Hope (or Genaal Strike lo Aid I hem. I.KAVHT U.K.A. HAND MAY HE IN ATTENDANCE With the Liberal omfcrence v hm v to llie national convention lu An- EII-.I at Ottawa all over, the confer- enit- delegates having Epread lo all vans of Canada Cor the ol the.provinces prjor to the wllb tinners' poNtl tal activity in Alberta tBllng E defl n'.le turn by rcasou of the conven- tions uill tJO held In Ihe major-' lt-y of the federal constituencies of [lie. -'n the ueil four weeks. 1'OlittcKl "matters promlRo to bo- of hifjre ihan ordinary tnlerest during coming funxmcr. espgclally r.inca wooed ilronglv enoogh. Convwrtlon Here In K. P. Hsll The convention In. Ibe lyj'.bbriclg') couBtUuvucy will follow Immediately .liter that M Macleod and lie bell on Thurpday aud FilJav. 2S and 30. In Ihn Krigois o! Pytblu ball. At 200 delcgotea from p'uints 35, fir lOirarateJ M lion- Island Cardsion will be presenl. 'I be Cards -i asked fur liy UK- miners lit Dis- lon end of iho conHllttency 18. n strike will be fulled lurly QCllTO lu LUe movement, aud Q. T. R. EARNINGS TREAL. Trunk RUInr sarnlnn from May 6. to May II. ir? II.ISI.138: in 1913, locreaie. (62.5rn. raent. iruni IL Mfdfcely of Vani-onv- ecvrotnry of ii.e nev DRAW FOR DAVIS CUP SVIJNCV. A'istralia. May I lieu-. Tbls. bo Is the result of the vote ter't.l-Koulh challense for -la iplle uf the bluer opoojitloQ from ,hL. has been accetltea. The Iho dally press and some officials rrsulteu m soiltli Africa the labor The central eiecuiive of the O.B.i: Uocldod to rail a convention In Cultary on JUCB vilh :ill kiuils iiDSslblll- I'.Ef.. N. P. L. Is Actlvfl Ibc most inlereeiiag foa- tiirc ol llie convention fait lliat H is Ihc fhsl rannera'. polill- t al convention under Ihc auspices ot Ihc u'.F.A.; will be Jockeying'for Vface by -lha Non-Parlisan Leaguers. lime ago aa was iiiatlc In .Caigiiry lhaL the N'.P.L. anJ llie U.K.A. .executives liaJ reached jn.underslanding and a line of aci'on lyul bc'cti Occided lipon wheraby the luo would work (o one political end. r-rha Macleod coiivcu- lion next Tuesflfly and will, 1 prove whollier or uol Ihla report Is Iruc. The X.P.L. crowd are very an- xlons (or the nUilinllon, bul H yd to be seen ivholher Ihe lias time >.n rasl abnul over Ilia avaUo-Ue limber pick a. -Dinner. President Wood, SecreUrr liigin-. bolliam and several other prominent U.RA. leaders nro cipectod In the city next week for the convention. A pos- sible feature or the loral contention may hr the presence ol Lhu LeavlU U.F.A- band of 'J7 pieces. The Cards- llic vole is nol Wash House men Lamp iiicn ..._ _ _ Fnn .76 Wuslicr Upper Oilers So ftif (Commissioner Arm- strong lias refused Hie invoslign- liave offered to UaiispOTtixtlon it the neoplc provide the bold accommodation. ijtii so for close on liiivc lion which miners dcniniul fur modifying llic order. A slrikc will dircdly affect men. voled for strike1 ;inil 150 In a slriko is called Iliis evening forly-cijjhl hours1 nolicc will he given Ihe operators ai> cording lo law so Ilial engineers, etc., will not lose their rcrlifi- cntc.s. The strike, whc-n failed, will include firemen, slnblpinen, lampmcn, fan 1111-11, so there will he a general lie-up. .Other'unions will he asked to cooperate with t o t c HOME FROM HUN PRISON Tie. Jlltt Home, who enlist- ed as piper in Iho 113lh Lclh- bridge Highlanders and who v fell, a prisoner, Inl.o the haoda ot the Germans, arrived home yesterday. o YOUR BIGGEST, is done before noon. For breakfast eat two or three Shredded Biscuits with tnukorcreeonand a little fruit. It supplies all the nutriment needed for a halfcby's work at a cost of a few cents.Their crisp and tasty goodness is a delightful relief from heavy, Oreasy 100 per cent.whole wheat No precious minulca fumbling vrith parts. 8troppine, shaving, clean- ing all done moving (he blade 'from llic razor. Strop I 2 blades 'i Mr. Home Going lo Cal- gary lo Assume Management of Branch There" Lethbridcc citizen! will shortly tiH soodbye lo Mr. .Toliri Home, maiUBer or Campbell, Wilson anJ Home, wholesale grocers'al this poiiil. An an- noimtement ot thanee or management ISSUED by live v.mnpiny says: "Mr. John Home Intends leaving here shortly to tslia orcr llie Calgary branch o( Campbell, Wilson llorhc. a position which he. vol untarily relinquished nine years ngo Mr. FreJ Horrle.bat been amiolnt manager in his stoa'l, wllb Mr. K. Tuson as r.reuit tanaEer. Mr. Home keenly regrels leavinc here, where lie lias many business [ripnds." During his residence of nine year in Lcthbrlflgo, whca he came here Ii manege the busmess of llie Norln Weal Jobbing Co., which-hi! comnan had purchased, Mr. Horrje hss bee an nctlvo leider in all 'movements IcoHns lo Iho betterment of Lclh- hridfie'E position as vvbolesale antl fin- anciel centre of Southern Alborta. lie has been one or Ihc most regulnr at- LentlanEs of of Trade in which organlznllon he si lending parl. During Mr. Home's term as manager of the Campbell, Wilson and Home branch here the concern has grown lu lake a large place in tha commerc- ial affairs, of the south. uf new wholesale coucorns undor the name have also been opened in other ports of the nrnvlnco during thai lime' c Ife.oc 1 Miss Klltce MclvlnntiD, R. school fcaclier, while vlalllnR her cons hi, Mrs, nl drown Yd herself In tlie well.. For tlift convonlerK'c nf the imhllc llic hflvo ciclcrt (o Issue R limited numhcr of Season which Include lo ihn OompetK'nnH muj Conecrls, inrinilnss, nflnr [loons and evenings tor Ihe TO BE HELD IN WESLEY ON 27-28-29 MAY 1919 PRICES: Adult! JI.50 Public irnl H'nli School Children ..jl.OO Admission to OltiQlfl Sessions 25c; evfiningB Tickets cnn he nblalnnl nl Ihc Wlllla plnno Slore, Mason arM lllech, Asslolliola Jlnslt: Co., mill nl Iho' nlrlcii of the ftccrrlary. lir, .Mh Hlrect Koullr. Look 'Round! IF you contemplate buying a phonograph, look around at all the various them. Select half-a-dozen records of various makes and compare all.of the machines with, vocal .1 a then a piano selection. Your cars, eyes and good judgment jyill be unanimous in their choice of the pATHEPHONRS arc copies of hcauliful old furniture. They play with a permanent round'sapphire ball. They play all makes of records and play them belter. Tliey full mellow tone true to Hie original. Thty are sold on easy your dealer. Freres Phonograph Sales Co., 4-6-8 Montreal and Winniffg Genuine mrt StIJ Onty DEALERS' NAMES: HUDSON'S BAY CO. HENNESEY WILSON Wittern Wholesale. Dlitdbutort: Pilhe Dlttributors, Limited, Winnipeg, ManilobJ. Prue 7r i. i J ;