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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECKMBKH 21, IrTHE GERHARD HEINTZMAN Phono- graph offers more than a better interpre- tation of all recorded music. True, it plays all makes-of you all that the ii.v >-'themA._True, it embodies a half-century V experience in producing..pianos- nationally known for TONAL But more is a complete line of phonographs. The eight Gerharfl Heintznqiah Exclusive Geifhard Hein models shown here range in price from up to In of choice there is a mo'del whose design will fit the setting of any home.7 Arid each model has; that beautiful finish, that careful selection of ma- terials, that rich, clear tone attainable only through a half-century of craftsmanship. HEINTZMAN UMITED HEAD OFFICE FACTORY, SHERBOURNE ST.i TORONTO. Stbre, Lethbridge k r n Lethbridgc Many a home will :lhTs_ytar_receJye._a_ Gerard Helnliman a gl't Music is 2 necessity In your hums. A good phonograph Is s lifetime you finally buy, se; and hear the phono- graph made by piano craftsmen. whole mperb beauty will be prized 'for lifetime. ie tho 'people Is going Jr i r Iiis flight and took refuse wilh experiences compared with avail- atler the fcaiser fled, an'd'ihey an automobile, ia which they easily Major.-Scovil Learned Huns Special Strafe to Get ST.- saw the Vaise or, rather, the ex-kaiser, in Ho'.lanJ, motoring with Count said A. Scovll, ot Gagetown. returned recently recognized the ex-monarch. His fea- 1 lures were unmistakable. "'One with- grey taCt, was vi garil.1' Major Scdvil.Is one of few Cana- Minnedosa. Major Scovil'hsd been "ian have seen the 1915 kaiser, and he is no doubt the only ....._ _____ ;J orticer who has seen him since his TO repatriated. He they Lad advance knowledge that the two generals were coming to the front line to Inspect.. They said they put-.cn the heaviest, bombard- ment they had ever made up to that period, intense .than' prisoner in Germany since and was-..sent to Elolland on July 5 the Else when tlft talser made abdication. Major ScOTil.has Sid some strange generals. Verdun. on a lyo-mlle front aL a tip of the Ypres'salient, and the show was put on for.ihe. express pur- pose of BcltiuE the iwt CanaJiaa able -.figures.-.of- last month, but are large ;as .cQJapared with hand a year. ago. It is natural that cheese 1917. 15.070.3H RECONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, Report of Cost 'of Living Dtpt. On Stocks'in Store I 1 OTTAWA. Dec. cost ot Jiving branch reports to. Ihe minister of labor as in tha "slocks in store on Ueccmhcr 1. as follows; The'amount ol liuller is reported at lC.340.li93 pounds .of creamery and dklrj'- This amount show! that the policy export (o; Circa poultry stocks "ih'oiHd 'be greater than a month ago. but, since.Ihey are ly 85 per cent, greater than a year Tjccr ago, high'prices are unjustifiable. Mutlou, Iamb., also have nejuJj'jW per cenL. more poultry iuulton and hand than A year Fish ago. These'stocks'beln; for do-. rfcatlc consunipt.lon.iUiey should not IK held for an "unreasonable price. 'Pork slocks -amonnl to -njllB.piol .junds, OT nearly- 18 per cent.i more- fhan a ago: ?Thls Is due to large production this yeai. It la noteworthy that over pounds of this C.351.025 of corning he .said, "Ih'ih-an atmosphere and up. la the: preBCnl, there has bees oBicUil that the" momentous aboyt still in process, of being cured, and not yet ready for' market. We have E2.13S.167 pounds of beef on-hand, which Is 1C per cent, more rtan last December, Of this nearly 10 HAVE I'ARIS, Dec-. Nofthcllffe. to lake place wlU'oe-held ihiaccord- ance 'with Wilsons gpresa. U led vi.ew on the (iucsUap-oI dip- _ omacy. "The daya ot secret conclatjea are. dead and gone. 'assem- blies ,nro the suspicion and possible deception- It would be Intolerable that of whole nations, great arid amill.'.should b2 decided lu 'EXTEND.MEDICAL INSTRUCTION TORONTO, Dec. depntllloil from' Quecn'i! Unlreralty, laid plios' before Ihe.iovernment to- day for. the eilcnslpn of medfcal edu- cation In tliat Institute. [They.desire chairman of Ihe London headquarters, the -ffovemment; to glTa.llhe'nufinan- new supplies coming. In, Is nearly three times the amount reported-by the wholesalers aa their sales for con- sumption during October. The ciie'cV.e ;I3 iSSI.SM pounds, which Is about lUe slmc as a year ago. which Is enough for two months' domestic Bales, or 10 days'. K- ports. i Eggi in .Storage Tlic rsss In cold storage have de- clined by aliout one-third. are safe Ii, saying tliat- Ihe decline would >e etlll grenlcr and our EiippiieJ ihorl were !t not the Inipnrts oil Chinese eigs. An Inlcresting fea- lire is Ihe dozen frozen I eggs on hand. The" total stock of j eggs on hand U about enough lo sup- ply liomcslli: use alone nnlll early In I February. Judging by the-consump- tion figures cf October. Im- portE and production, however, miist taken account. Flocks arc' fncrcasing. The amtfnnl on hin-lfl hoifCTer, Is less than the cons'umnMon figures for one monlh'. MearSUctlJ The ttocts of meats in 'slorate k're In general .cllhsr lest monlh or last year, Ihe only ciccp- llon being a -iicreait'of 2.41 pcrtchli in "dry tailed class of cured pork not very popular today. The stotks of meal sre also -as compared with available consumption figures. Domeslfc 'cOBs'nnpilon, how ever, shares our snppllp meal EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN IN- SUAES CAREFUL HANDLING WITH NO JARRING OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE. REASONAILE. The McLean Transfer SIXTH 3. PHONE 1M7 ;