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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 19J5 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACK t'lVE A Complete Line of Victor Records and Machines Always In Stock R. A. WRIGHT The City's Leading Jeweler A Vicftrola for Christmas Means Music all the Year All the vbesT in music i.''4' instrumental, dance, band and orches- tral is to be had where there's a Vic- whenever you want it, and as the desire and occasion dictate, .Sold or> easy payments, if-desured ONE PRICE FROM 1 VICTROLA IV for this Genuine Victrola Whether intended for one or the entire fam- ily all will benefit alike and listen with delight each time a re- cord is played. There are over 6000 Vidlor Records from which to choose, including standard and popular selections on ten-inch, double-sided recprds at 90 cents for the two. Always look for this Trade Mark Ask anyof "His Master's Voice" dealers (ioany town or city in Canada) to demonstrate tliis instrument, and-to play any music you like to hear. You will marvel at its sweet- ness of tone and reproductive powers. Other Victrolas to VICTOR RECORDS MADE IN CANADA BEKMNER GRAM-O-PHONE COMPANY, LIMITED Lenoir Street, Montreal Phone 791 MASON RISCH LIMITED 21 WESTERN BRANCHES 404 5th St. South What Was Kaiser In Vienna Fdr London, Dec. William's visit to Vienna, 'which coincifled with the resignation of three Austrian1 cab- inet ministers, 'is the cause of much speculation. The two events are vari- ously assumed to be connected with the reported .effort of Germany to force Austria into "a German" Zolle- verein (customs a desire of Emperor Franz Josef to secured sep- arate peace through' the intervention of Pope Benedict, and a rumored dis- pute between. Austria and Bulgaria over the division of Serbian territory. There naturally is no authoritative base for any of these reports, beyond statements in the German newspa- pes that Emperor William's visit was qf the highest importance. ._r. Policy Regarding Returned Soldiers Ottawa, PEC. l.trThe secretary of hospitals' commission has received the following letter from Mr. J. W. Borden', the accountant and paymaster-general, department of militia and defence, stating what the policy of the department is with re- gard .to .meiu discharged! at Quebec, but whose discharges have been withheld pending further medical treatment in a convalescent home "There are suite a large number; of soldiers -who' -'have been invalided home and who have been 'discharged at Quebec, prematurely. These sol- diers will be placed again on pay and allowances anil will be treated actly. as if" discharge had been given' tlieni until a medical board: has, .pronounced un'on fc PERMS'-SAUCE Ihe Original and Genuine Worcestershire, adds wonderfully to the flavor use it because it'increases the nutritive offish; SAUCE BROWNED FISH HASH-Mix 1 cup cold cooked fith with i cup chopped cold potatoes. Season with salt and pepper and 1 loatpoon LEA ft KMWMItE, Meh 2 butter, stir till heated, then cook without .ilirring until browned; fold and tun like an ometa. Serve hoi. them and they "are declared lit to ba returned to their "civil occupations or until they have, been placed on pen- soldiers who have received iheir. discharges and are unable, disability to undertake work, are requested to communicate with the secretary, military hospi- tals commission, 23 Victoria street, Ottawa, Where further medical examination shows that treatment in a convales- cent home will benefit aiw returned soldier, arrangements be made to give such soldier the treatment re- quired and lie will bfi replaced upotj the 'payroll in accordance with this ruling. _ NOVEL ELECTRIC SIGNS Demonstrations with a new type of eleetric sign have been held in Lon- dqn.-.rind.hnve aroused considerable in- It differs.matorfh.'} fiom the prevailing signs of this cha.actei wordb a d p1 "ases for tjfe C.rcjtsqn "that it can be made to showvariy desired message wltliin the Capacity..of its-letters at a moment's notice; .moreover the mes sage may be read either by day or by night. The ..elements are design, consisting of an array of white circular, members, each of which is fitted with two metallic covers resem- bling eyelids. These are lotated b> means of an electrir mntoi in such i way as to uncover t'he discs. Etehind each of these is placed an electric-light for illuminating'purpos- es at night. In the sign with which the demonstrations were carried out there are nearly two u'p ments, and these are coupled to a single keyboard, which is selectively placed in relation with each mono- graui. By means of tills keyboard the legend of the sign can be changed once h' minute; conseqnently tlie idea is extremely useful for the flashing of news. The versatility of the sign is its most salient feature, and in Its application to recruiting operations it extremely effective B. Bellamy, prominent in labor circles, will be a candidate for the Medicine Hat school board. INDIAN TKOOPS IN FKANCE PAKTICULAK ABOUT THE1JB ABLUTIONS During a stop at vayildt illation in trance man) or the Indian lol'dien had 8 shower bath in the manner ;