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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1920 THE LEynmupOF .HERALD; PAGE NINE HONORED BY FRANCE Frudgeo Gets Its First "Spiritual" Kick Out of I Prohibition SAN' '.got Its first out of-prbtilbltlpa Wednesday nlgKt It came TV hen the federal grand jury began porting the torts of ita Indict- ment bottles and kiting loose the con tents The ktclc.fras ea heavy, that political fenfces were seriously damaged and saviral'leaders In California politics gotiover I he thrill of their flret arreet and R number of others. wills pered, were bhlrerlng at the prospects of being called as vri'aessea for thfir j unfortunate 1 are Chirked 1 present tbe list of those under charges'is headed by the following- James-Costello, secretary to United States Senator James D. Phelan; Mrs.- Glad: Kimbal! stood In the limelight for a month OB California prohibit Ion director and the >vomah toehold such an offlpe In the United States and who then had the'liondr of beiiig the first wouiau to be) rcirioveil from such an office. iF.. Hay Groves, secretary of Ike California- Democratic state' central committee, Indicted in Los Angeles. ,fialpU Groves, brother of Ray troves, himself a former prohiblMon Angeles. Harry former'.'mayor ot Redondo author of "A Fool niid and-well-known broker. ;Ten less prominence also arc under charges Mrs Brolaski arid Cos tello were formally arrested Wetlnes da; and were- released on bond. Stage Centre Mrs. Warb'urton was a centre of in- terest when she. appeared before Fed ui. A. tt. Lepan, ot Toronto. has been awarded the ot (he French Legion o( Honor tor his ser- vices In recrjitlng the Franco-Polish battalion. trent-there nlpe years ago. Is Illus- trat3d by the statement thai tho fun eral procession consisted entirely o! automobiles. the Need of Water Brlce Beleten, .M.D.) The'amoHut of water which we drink every day h'aa' an -important-bearing on Water, is also Important iirthe facilitation'of relief measures wbea'our human '.machinery Is out .pf It is" absolutely ne- cessary as a medium by. which sus- tenance can-he-carried, to the tissues as well as a means for carrying waste materials away: from the_'; tissues. In its capacity as a vital stimulant water acts by 'Increasing the volume iot 'fhe blood" and lympli the ing ot the charges Dressed m hand circulation is improved and the re- some attire, Including fur coat and becoming hat, ihe smiled prettily at the couh and seemed In th> be3t of spirits ,BnttBb.e had nothing to say, turlher than that sue would prove her innocence, and', the .others accused her joined Jn_ a that the.same statement went for theiii. Mrs Warbiirton and Brolaski anil Most of the; ten less prominent per- sons are charged' with'Hlegally with- drawing liquor from'bond and selling Indictment, it suit is .functioning of the vital organs and especially ot the secreting glands, such afl' for In- stance, 'the kidneys. The chemical tissue changes and the elimination of poisonous wastes are this process, mainly- because ot the Increased sup- ply of oxj gen to these Mtal parts oxygen (which carried from tlie lungs by" the blood) acting as a fuel to the- machinery of the body. It cau be seen, fronr this explana- tion that a scanty supply of water some promise of bringing forth inter I would have an opposite eflecl, ani estlng deTcloumenta Ho alleged blood become comparable to havo offered Harry cafe 1 stagnant inactwo and breedli proprietor, protection in the sale of poisons, rather liquor Democratic, ranven- tlbn was In'session'here, If Mdrquard donate 10 -per caufofrhlB T6: ceipts to-Democratic canjpalgn funds JlarQuard claims he refused, the offer and Costcllo'.denies that'it'cver was made. a1 in fever, chronic biliousness and the more advanced cases' of dia- betes It is highly Important in slngelof diabetes, and also in rheuma stones, jaundice, or the treat- ment.ot drug addicts. "There are .also a number of slighter, everyday iron (Edmonton Journal) bles. as for Instance, the. common cold flna of the old-tinie residents of In the head, which relieved by Grande Pralrio.'Mr James Lowe died the drinking of quantities ol water ALWAYS A PIONEER :nf than rushing along through the tody in order to facili- tate physiologic processes for-the water-in certain IllneEses, we find that'll Is absolutely, recently. '..The sketches ot bis career that have, been published illustrate liow the pioneer, spirit persists in in- dividuals and- in families. He came from Aberdeen shire, Scotland, with Ijli ruients In 1S6C The familj bet tier! In Minnesota. .This was'a very tho continent at that time and inany would probably have to clear away die: accumulation poisons which has caused the condi- tion. In cases of water Is Im- portant because it helps to eliminate the broken-down tissue which results from baths or exercise to reduce .weight. Diabetic patients are aided by the drinking of plenty of water said'that such an experience must; through tho elimination of excess liaye been sufficiently rigorous to have j sugar in the condition pecu made those passing through to this through tho Ions to keep Well within touch ot the increase! of fluidity ot the blood, which centres of civilization rest of Ihelr Ijves. But we find. 'that, after thirteen years .there, Mr. Lowe went North Dakota, where he stayed for. fifteen years. %Theu he settled near Stettler, remaining there till In 1911 he joined .the' first movement to Grande Prairie., Can we.bver'estlmale'whal we owe to such men? How slow the proces- ses'of ileyelo'pment wotild be without them? No one can question the value of Mr. Lowe's pioneer efforts to the w.orld at large, and It Is s'atisfaclory tO'; Hud that, they also -brought him personal prosperity. He left two 'sec- of well-stockerl land. This greiat change .tbat has tak onVplace In Oratfdo Bralrle' since ho In these cases lias too high a specific gravity. FAVOR ST. LAWREfJCE CANAL INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. tlpns favoring the St. Lawrence, grdat waterways ship canal deyelopmen were adopted here yesterday at the annual .convention o' the .American Farm'Bureau Federation.. legislative program asked 6' congress by the federation was a .lengthy one, changes In thi loans to farmers am measures to check, the present raph progress of price deflations. UTMOST IN CIGARS' Club Selections 2 for 2 Sets Democrats lOcts The uncommon flavor and aroma of rich ripe selected Havana leaf make Ovido''Th.i Utmost in Cigars" BUY THEM BY THE BOX SPECIALLY WRAPPED FOR THE HOLIDAYS One More Day MeKeMe McGiiire One More Pay The Biggest Price Reductions We Have Offered in Years. The Biggest Value Giving Sale in Lethbridge. Prices Cut Deeper Than Ever for- the Last Day's S hould Pack Our Store and Justify Our Action in Smashing Prices. ST CLEAR SUITS AND OVERCOATS REGARDLESS OF COST. Suits up to Sale SALE SUITS SALE SUITS SALE SUITS SALE ji SUSPENDERS SALE 50c SUSPENDERS SALE Jaeger COMBINATIONS Ribbed WOOL HOSE y 65e OVERCOATS SALE OVERCOATS 4 SALE SSjO.OQ 85c CASHMERE HOSE 45c HATS SALE OVERCOATS SALE TROUSERS SALE DRESS SHIRTS FLANNEL SHIRTS SALE HATS 'SALE r CAPS SALE 75c NECKWEAR SALE i 50c I NECKWEAR SALE 70c V10LLA FLANNEL SHIRTS SALE DRESS SHIRTS Up to NECKWEAR SALE 85c NECKWEAR SALE 35c ARROW COLLARS LINEN COLLARS Odd Sizes. j I NECKWEAR Up to SALE Initial Linen HANDKERCHIEFS SALE 3 in box j Ribbed I COMBINATIONS SALE COMBINATIONS i SALE SHOES 1 SALE SHOES SALE COMBINATIONS SALE COMBINATIONS SALE SLATER SHOES SALE SLATER SHOES SALE S.tanfield's' COMBINATIONS SALE..... Wolsey COMBINATIONS SALE AND SWEATERS SALE PULLOVER ji SWEATERS SALE One More Day McGuire One More Pay ;