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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY; JANUARY 23, 1920 THE U3THBR1DGE HERALD. PAGE NINE C.P.R. Intends to Electrify System THE PRINCE OF WALES'rVlSlt JO THE CITY OF LONDON 1 TORONTO. Telelraia tmbllshei a dispatch from Ottawa wfitch save: Tho Cauadlan Pacific Railway I: to he clectrifled, mala Hue and brauchei.. 'I'he work of clectriBcitlon vrlll bejtu on Ihe system betweaa Toronto and Mont rets I, or ou the Luke Superior division, or slraullancouily on both parts of the jystem. rrejlJeut the directors ol the U. T. R., and the i uperattns leaders ol the system are unuulnions la support of the electrl- j licalion of the whole line. One of the) last hold-outa was Grant Hall, who Is vice-president ot Lake Superior. :is'A. U. MacTler is vioo-pTtsHMt1 east of Lake Superior. xG'runt Hall locomotive enlhu- tlast. Mr. Hall la not 'easily per- funded out of hla belief that locomo- live power was Iho beat power for operating a, railway. Tho moment is electrified, a large fixed capital is'eunk iu Ihe Hue. The lat- tit It tatt a coorert to electrification Idea, j The beliif prepared. The work will loon tieiclu. of the electrification pr-jb- on C. R. theia as to i Huts American in'.Icitod by Miles i j Total j The C. P. H. rallhl continue lo op- erate IU American- lines with loco- mollf'e power. The electrification problem would thus be lo Canadian mUeiie e! miles. How much TTouli H coit to electrify] the Canadian I1- Siy that can bo divided) thus for of calculating the j cot: j of ihat could be pod for lljht traffic at tort ot 000 mile 4.T12, a y civilians from aircraft manufactur- ers in Xew York stato for sporl and .ransportation 'Use. DETECTIVE SUES PAPER TORONTO, Jan. Ser- geant George Young of tho police de- partment, is suing Ida George (Ida Webster) of the staff of the Tor- onto World, and the World paper company, for damages for allcgcl HbeK in connection' with articles which appeared In tho World on February 11 and H, 1918. BELA KUN SERIOUSLY ILL VIENNA, Jan. Bcla Kun. the- former Communist die tator of Hungary, is reported to bo seriously III at Karlslin, where ho Is READY FOR THE "FLU" GERM? Abu need not fear him if you keep the blood clean and the bodily functions active and efficient by eating a food that gives "high resistance: Shredded Wheat Biscuit gives high resistance against disease-genus because it is so rich in blood- making, tissue-building material and is easily digested-The most real food for the leastmoney.Two Biscuits water) make a nourishing meal for a few cents. MADE IN CANADA The 1920 Phonograph _ to lie contends tba me what did for them-now 1 1 the present financial conoUlon of want to tell others what it has done ma.k.e5 her. for me. Tho rheumatism has complete- ly loft me, nnd I havo as good use oi my feet and ankles Qi 1 ever did. I baven't a- filfin .of indiROstion and J eat anytliing 1 want without any. bad effects; In fact, the biggest Iron bio 1 havo now Is gelttng enough to cat. 'I'he pains under my heart and in my back havo all gono and I am never troubled any nioro with spells or headaches. 1 am never both- rrpd in any way now and 1 liave pick- ed up in weight and strength right Hlong nnd 1 just seem to havo. new and energy about lue. 1 am cer- tainly ready to back Tanlac up, for it lias put m'o back on my feet after everything else Tsniae is sold In Lethbridge by John Illglnliathnin not Great Britain's policy to bor- row VAjt'sums in America for the pur- liose of lending them to other nations ot Europe, Austin Chamberlain, thf chancellor of the exchequer, declared Ilienfa arc almost lnvnrlnMy% duo It ihe maiinmm oflho national dobt and nen-o slarvnlloii. Feed your nervoB I he hdievetl Ibe nation would nnd all these symptoms duo lo iwrvo ,he during the comlns f.tnrvatkm will iltaappear. Kininonl RrociRiisIs stale Dial OH4 ot beat things .for Ibe nerves is :ni organic phosphaio known amosis liriiyRlsift ns Uilro-l'hospliato, a fiyc- train tablet ot which should be taK- n wjtli each Bcinf norvn bull'Jsr nnd. not R Rtlmulanl or liabit-forniinc drug, Utlro-Vhosphat': ho safely taken by (he weakfsi. find ino.st OeHcEile sufferer, and tho re- mits following USD are often slm- rly astonishing. Hy strengtiiening the nerves, weak, tired people regain energy and vigor; and angularity give way to jilumpness and returns 1o tiic sleepless; confidence and cheer- fulness replace delihity sml glooift; rlnll horninn brltighL anrl pslA, sunken cheeks regain the pink glow of WHISKEY NEEDED. FOR INFLUENZA WASHIXOTON, Jan. 22. Amend-; meut ot Iho national prohibition law! so as to permit tho manufacture anil I sain of beer, ale and porler of 3 per i com. alcoholic content, nud wine of Oj cent alcoholic content, was propos- c'l today In bill introduced by Repre- sentative Sabath of Illinois. The reso- lution declared that whiskey Is need- ed as "a cure for Influenza, which Is alarmingly Increasing." TAKES 2000 COOLIES ViCTOP.IA, B. C., Jan. Canadian of a tolal of pass Chinese'coolies due to the use through the William Head compound of which IB Inexpensive, wondar- voute from Europe to China, fully promotes the assimilation of food, so much so, that many report marked gains of weight in a few weeks. Those taking il who do not clesirc'lo pul. on flesh, should extra care in avoiding fat-procluolns members 'o( tbe Oriental labor corps will hare been dispatched the de- parture of the Canadian 1'aclnc Ocean liner Kmprcas of liiissln which sails for .Oriental lair, lo- the steamer ultl tnkn (ml iilfea. 1. All-wood Oval Horn. 2. All-record, all-needle Ultona (including needles for all makes of 3. Adjustable weight to give correct p ressure to all records. 4. Automatic Stop. 5. Tone Modifier. 6. Record Filing Drawers. 7. Superfine Cabinet work. 8. Complete outfit. of needles. ___ Here, at last, is the Final Phonograph musical instrument you have been waiting for. The new Brunswick possesses every good feature of any other phonograph and then something further and Finer and in the exclusive patented features illustrated above. No other phonograph save the Brunswick possesses these superior points of construction which result in securing a purer, more natural tone from all makes of records. It was. play any make of record CORRECTLY. That is why if is, termed "All Phonographs in One." The Brunswick Method of Reproduction is the one method which is complete without attachments or extras of any kind. You want a COMPLETE phonograph which is beautiful to look at and guaranteed entirely satisfactory as a musical instrument. i The Brunswick with its many improvements costs no more than the ordinary talking machines. All we ask is "Just You HEAR the J, G. ROBERTSON, HOTEL THE MUSICAL MERCHANDISE SALES CO., 143 Portage Aye., Winnipeg ;