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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE j rfcVILY^HERALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21,1918 1=r TpHE GERHARD HEINTZMAN Phono-graph offers more than a better interpretation of all recorded music. True, it plays all makes of records, gives you ^11 that the maker put iiA.,^them.^^ True, it embodies a half-century's experience in producing pianos nationally known for TGNAL QUALITY. But nidre than this-the Gerhard Heintzman is a coniplete line of phonographs. The eight Heint2xnan Exclusive Gerhard, Hein models shown here range in price from $58 up to $4.25. In this/Variety of choice there is a mddel whose design will fit the setting ofany home. ^ Arid each model has: that beautiful finish, that careful selection of rtia-terials, that rich, clear tone attainable only through a half-century of craftsmansl ^ HEAD qPflCE.AfJD FACTORY, SHERBOURNE ST., TORONTO. hq tore, ^eaief'f^ Lethbridge Music is a necessity in your home. A good phonograph (s a lifetime possession.,Before you finally buy, see and hear the phono-graph made by piano craftsmen. CAN/fbfiN OFFICER SAW THE EX-KAISER Major.rScpvil Learned Huns .. Ma,dt Special Strafe to Get TWo ; i 1 Generals. ST. ;tt)HN', X.B.-"I saw the kaiser, or, r'atliBr, the ex-kaiser, in HoilanJ, motoring with Count Bentinck," said; Major ;^5rris A. Scovll, of Gagetown, N'.B., i-'wib retui-ned recently on the 'Miunedosa. Major Scovil liad been a prisoner in Germany since 1916, \and was^sent to Holland on July 5 to be'-: repatriated. He was at the village.'otElst when the kaiser made his flight and took refuge with Count Bentinck, at Amerongen, whicli is a village close to Elst. The major and a chuni ^yere out bicycling the day after the kaiser fled, and they passed an automobile, in which they easily recognized the ex-monarch. His features were unmistakable. "One withered arm hung by his side. His hair was very grey and his face was haggard." 'Major ScOvil is one of few Canadian officers who have seen the kaiser, and he is no doubt the only officer who has seen him since liis abdication. Major Scovil,has had some strange Many a heme will jlhis-y.ear_..FeBeiye,a. Gerard Heinteman Phonograph-a gift whose superb beauty will b� prized'for a Biles ,aro the harbirigeM of iM|rlgue, suspicibii and possllile aeceptlon. It would be intolerable tjiat tbe,|tate of whole nations, great an^ 8m�ill,li8houl(l 'be decided, in secret."'^ ' , EXTEND.MEDICAU iKSTRUCTION � TORONTO, Dec. 21.-r-A deiiutatloa from Queen's University, KingBton, lai'd plaoB before -the - government today for.the,extei>sipn of medfcal education In that institute. 'They desire P.\RIS, Dec., 20.-T-Lord Nofthcllffe, ------- - i -. , - �, ,,w,vvw _____....._____ _____ chairman of the London headiguarters, the government, to glve.itliem' linan- While these figures do not point to of the British miEsron to the United , clW'ac8i8tari,ce in .enlarging_th,e^^^ a rising market, yet it must be re- States,, who Jb .visitjng Palris, today membered that a - large portion of gave the Associated Press the' fblldw- these stocks must be exported to ing .statement risg^rding his ideas as feed our allies and pay our,, war to the; need';dlplomacy'ift,-cou- etally.,. ton^hostiitaJ, to ei-ept'lWo: aadUlonal oUpicai,' aocommodation^tprj the faculty'Ind^ to, pjc^ernlzb thoTiOBpital geu- EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE ^SERVICE OUR^BICS^'URNrTORE VAN XNO AUTO'VaN IN. 8URE8 CAREFUL HANOUNQ WITH NO JARRINQ OR SCRATCHING Y4^UR PIANO OR PURNITURE. CHAIRQES REASONABLE. The McLean Transfer 313 SIXTH STEET 8. PHONE 1007