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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AGfc TWELVE Tim UNLIT MEHALO TTHE GERHARD HEINTZMAN Phono graph offers more than a better interpre tation of all recorded it plays all makes of gives you all that the maker put it embodies a halfcenturys experience in producing pianos nationally known for TONAL But more than Gerhard Heintzman is a complete line of The eight models shown here range in price from up to In of choice there is a model whose design will fit the setting of any And each model has that beautiful that careful selection of ma that clear tone attainable only through a halfcentury of HEINTZMAN LIMITED HEAD OFFICE AND SHERBOURNE Gerhard Heintzman Piano Lethbridge Exclusive Gerhard HeintznAn Dealer for Lethbridge Muilc is a necessity in your A good phonograph Is a lifetime you finally ses and hear the phono graph made by piano Ploys All Many a home will this receive a Gerard Heintzman glt whose superb beauty will prized for a CANADIAN OFFICER SAW THE EXKAISER Major Scovil Learned Huns Special Strafe to Get Two saw the the in motoring with Count said Major Morris of who returned recently on the Major Scovil had been a prisoner in Germany since and was sent to Holland on July 5 TO be He was at the village or Elst when the kaiser made his flight and took refuge with Count j Bentinck at which ia aj village close to The major and a chum out bicycling the day after the kaiser and they passed an in which they easily I i recognized the His feai were One with Itred arm hung by his His hair very grey and his fact was hag1 i i Major Sccsvil is cue of few Cana idian officers who have seen the and he is no doubt the officer who lias seen since Major Scovil has had some strange1 HP was by Germans Zillebeke on July Victor Williams was capi tured in the same and Just behind the line Mercer wai j the major he learned from the Germans that they had advance knowledge that tile two generals were coming to the front line tu They said they had put on the heaviest bombard ment they had ever made up to that even more intense It was on a twomile front at a tip of the Ypres and the show was put on for the express pur pose of getting the two Canadian PLENTY OF1TTER RECONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT S HON J A CALDEJi OTHER STOCKS GOOD Report of Cost of Living On Stocks jn Store cost of living branch reports to the minister of labor as to the stocks in store on December as follows The amount of butter is reported at pounds of Creamery and of This amount shows that the policy pf export to Great Hritaln has not been and that we fun spare still more without causing as high a price as that which now prevails in the United The amount in counting new supplies coming is nearly three times the iimount reported by the wholesalers as their salos for con sumption during The cheese is which Is afiout the same as a year which is enough for two months domestic or 10 days ex Eggs in Storage Thd eggs in cold storage have de clined by about We are Kutu in saying that the decline would bo Btlll greater and our Kiipplien short wore it not ftir the imports of Chinese An interesting fea ture is the frozen eggs on The total stock of ofjgH on hand U about enough to gup ply domestic use alono until early in judging by consump tion figures cr im liortr and must also be taken into Oleo slocks are The amount on hantj IB less than the consumntioji figures for one Mtat The stocks of meats in storage are in general than last monili or last only exeep tioji being a decreaseof per ceiiti in dry caked a class of cured pork not very popular The stweks of meat are also aa compared with available consumption Domnstta how shares our supfilic 91 meat i with tfrade in the case of beef and pork Tins isequally true of lamb and and in the case of these pro the stocks on hand are not only as compared with avail able figures of last but are large as compared with stocks on hand year It ia natural that poultry stocks should be greater thai a month since they are near1 ly 85 per greater than a year high prices are We also have nearly Iff per more mutton and on hand than a year These utockH being or do mestic theyshould not be held for an unreasonable Pork stocks amount to noun or nearly 16 per more than a year This is due to large production this It ia noteworthy that over pounds of this is still in process of being and not yet ready for Wo have pounds of beef on which is 16 per more than last Of this nearly pounds Is frozen While these figures do not point to a rising yet it must be re membered that a large portion of these stocks must be exported to feed our allies and pay war and the price is governed by the world in which our sup plies play a relatively small The statement relative to holdings of December as compared with December follows Cheese Eggs Ueef Poultry Fish TO HAVE SECRECY chairman of tht London headquarters of the British miKsibn to the United who visiting today the Asgociated Press thefollow ing statement regarding his ideas as to the need of open IBcou duciiqg tlie peace so that the people may know what Is going on Xothing worse for prospects of the coming he than an atmonpliere of secrecy and up to the there has been no Official that the momentoun about to take place will be held in Accord ance with Wilsons express ed view on the questiaa of open dip The days of secret conclaves are dead and Clandestine assem blies are the harbingers of suspicion and possible would be Intolerable that the fate of whole great and should be decided in EXTEND INSTRUCTION deputation from Queens laid plans before the government to day for of roedfcal edu cation In that They desire the government to give them finan cial assistance in the to erecttwo additional accommodation lor the facul ty and to modernize tho hospital gen EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURK VAN AND AUTO VAN 8URE8 CAREFUL HANDLING WITH NO JARRING OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE CHARGES The McLean 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