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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Wl-DXICSDAY.' MAY 28, to constitution ot the Liberal asswiailun ol Alberta ibe dla- Jlrlct conventions shall bo made up of Itwo delegates from 'each lulling sub- iliviilcm In Hit electoral district, duly elected at a primary 10 held in ihe i nulling divli'.on. No arc al-l lowed. DtlegatM timed al the vita' jries must have the certificate of their selection from the chairman and sec- retary o( ihf primary in order eo be ipauil in the convention. Women are eligible as voters, officers and dele- gates. May JJ.-PrimiriM for district conventions o! Ihe Uberal party '-n southern federal constituen- cies will be held on Mondu. June 2, according to announcement made last evening by Dr Wnj. Kfjbtrt. president wt lue piovincial IJberal association. The conventions me-l on Jane 6 Lethbridse. tor the Lelhbrldffe cls- trlel; at Jlediclne llal for Ibe monton; Red Deer. K. Puller; U- combe. East Wnicmon; A. K. May. FVImor.'.r.-a: West Edmonton. Frank Oliver, Edaionlon. Dr. Kgoert stated ihat so far as Last land West Calssry were concerned, ho ihed on notion who possible candi- dates mlj-ht be. and O. E. Culbtrl. Isecrelary of the eipresscd i the opinion that In view of the unsel- lied tu'.e ot polillc.v te did not thin'.: HEUWCNI bred Kenny Again Stale Secret Money To Be Uivided LONDON. May Canadian Aftociatod En- quiries by the Canadian Press at Argyll HOUSE produce tho emphatic. assurance ibat no trouble i- anticipat- ed al Rlpon Camp. Hud Jrs to the contrary are entirely without foun 0 Grand Trunk nailway, 1313, 163; increase. -i.O per cebl. Canadian Xortherii Railway. 1919. increase, H.7 per ccnl. Totals, Increase, 6-J per cent. jleiity considered, most people, would sgree that a vtry greal thjn had been accomplished in securin; complete unanimity amongst all th nations represented 'while it would b Idle at this junciura to speculate, h believed, thai the treaty will be slgti ed In Just aboul the form it was pre senteil to the Germans. Gen Morrison opened with the re mart that after four years and 10, months of absence it was pleasing lo return to a country where everybody is smiling. He rapidly skelchcd the hlttory of the Canadian orllllery corps "saying that it was probobly the most pert-id military insUlutlon lhat had come out 6t the war. Details of Iho operations of 'he Canadian artillery n many actions, he said, were now in the archives ot all military staff col- leges and would studied as. long as the art of war continues. At the be- ginning ol the war lae. Canadian nr- lillery corps consisted of-10 batteries. decided lo prosecute n vlfiorons cam- paign lo bring about unieiulnienU to the Alliena Liquor Act whereby the manufacture and sale of llshl beers anil wines will be inaile possible. F. Smeed was chosen president and 11. Peebles secretary of Iho or ganlzallon. A strong executive com nitiet wns formed to further the ob ccts of tbe organlzallon. CANADA MAY GET BRITISH AIRPLANES LONDOX. May (lleut- the house of commons. Col. Ashley asked II Ihc overseas Dominions and colon- ies would be ottered some ol Iho air ministry's surplus nlr- planes lor postal and similar services. Hon. J. W. Pratt, Jun- ior lord of tbe treasury, replied that Iho question of auch account can be rendererf was receiving attenlion and it was hoped to announce Ihc decision In a short time. S m nil Flap Pianos I'isno wilu an individuality Us uwn; stands from other pianos. The success of the. HEINTZ- MAN i CO. CONCERT GRAND ABY GRAND, UPRIGHT AND LAYER PIANOS lies. In the act thai they paacfs a distinct. KEINTZMAN L CO. lodlvldll- lily. -Sever were these plauot lore in Jcminl lliail al pr.'-- nl. The HeinUman 4 Co. lave continually been making the best pianos than can be made for 70 years. Von owe it to ynut'ic'if to see and hear Canada's Piano that takes the from rank among Ihc WORLD'S BEST. Terms arranged lo suit. Olhcr pianos taken as parl pivyraonl. Showroom: Armstrong Raworth's Lelhbi'idge J. Harry Alexander District Mincer 111IEI} tul va On armistice day there were GO bat- Uries in the firing line. n. JOHS T REAL TOUONTO loot WIHMFEG EDMONTON" VANCOUVER HOSPITAL SHIPS COMING OTTAWA, May Two hospital ships the Mcgantlc and Araguaya, carrying. 1SO-5 sick and'vvoumleo'.Cana dian soldiers arc novr on their wa> across (he Atlantic. The Araguaya with 61 otflcers, 741 olher ranks and nursing sisters, is due- at. Port land. Maine, about the 28lh. Tho ganlic, carrying one'officjr" and fO'J other ranks, should dock al Quebec on Iho 31st. .MACLEOD, Alia., May Hoy Sanderson, aged 'K, H wcll-lodo mer living willl his mother and two brothers about five miles east of -Mac lead, committed aulcldo by shootin last Saturday. He ran a cord throug lo a pulley in the wall and allached 1 lo the trigger ot a shotgun. Then he placed the muzzle 'of tho gun against his left hreasL and pulled the cord. The gun was discharged and death wr.s instantaneous. The reason for the deed Is not known. Sanderson ap- parently enjoyed excellent hcaltlvand was financially in good circumstances. As it ivas obviously a case of suicide an inciuest will nol he held. THE WORLD'S HIGHEST GRADE PIANOS. by ihe World's Greatest Artists 'Tli'ei'r Tone Qnality and Eipvession ore unsurpassed. Safeguard your family's musical education by buying ona o! these world renowned- pianos. Slyles, casts and finish to suit everyone. DIED AT 100 HALIFAX, N, S.. ,May Johnston, aged Hto years, died at his home in Guysboro Road yesterday. -Mrs. Xnna Donelin, 35, York, overcome by gas poisoning, A doctor worked seven and halt hours with [i finally revived hoi. Ilev. A. N. Jllllar, of ValicouVer, was elected president' of Ihe Uritlsh Columbia Ulelnodist conference. lake your old pianu or organ as pan payment on these instruments. .SOLD ON THE ONE PRICE BASIS. CASH OR TEflMS. We extend to you an invita- tion to Our Store. 315 6th STREET SOUTH PHONE 1545 ALBERTA MUSICAL FESTIVAL 12th Annual 37th, 28th, 29th May, in Wesley Churqh, Three Sessions Daily, 9 to 12, 2 to S, 7 to 1O Season Tickets Morning and Afternoon Sessions, Evening Concerts and Competitions .25 .50 INFORMATION: Miss M. Moore Phone 1929 Box Office ;