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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 The Lcthbridge Daily Herald, Friday, February Sauce tbat the whole world hungry HAT word IMPORTED is no fablel The contents justify the label mad AottM In England CONT1U15UTIONS MOUNTING UP WT 11 Worcestershire nolbrooKs oauce Young Women's Show Interest Anxious To Do Business With the Far East VttCJMC C04ST MWf TO FBOMO71C The Associated Chambers of Com- Leaders in this plan 10 promote merce of California, Oregon and Wash bet.tei. trade with lhe orient are ingtdn have planned a commercial excursion to China in the fall, in which the entire Pacific coast and will be represented. The trip is intended to bring China and shown in the photograph here repro- duced. From left to right, those standing F. Michaels, San VHMGMTJM Seattle; H. Alexander, Tacoma; Wil- liam Matsoii, San Francisco, and John Baneson, San Francisco. Those seat- ed L. Gerstle, San The following is 'the list of contri- butions received during the last week for the Y. Home: v Golden Wost Realty C. It. Daniel................. 50.00 S. S. Dunham f............ 10.00 Dr. Courtice.................. 10.00 L. S. Ripley 10.00 Curbutt Business College 10.00 P. Burns Co. Ltd........... 15.00 WaddeJl, ttea man r. 2.50 Lethbridge Investment 5.00 R. Andrew Smith 5.00 A. 1.00 G. H. Cox 1.00 i Lethbridge-Weybura Realty Co. 5.00 W. Ball 5.00 W. C. Ives 25.00 G W. Ritcilie 6.00 W. H. Virtue................. 10.00 Craddock Viner 7.50 H. C. MacArthur 5.00 Etieign Co..................... 2.50 Lloyd A. Deviue 5.00 H. Mac Beth 25.00 A Friend 10.00 W, H. Weber 5.00 Miss 5.00 .M. P. Johnstone 5.00 C. W. G.....................'. 2.00 A Friend 5.00 M rs. H. Taylor 1.00 W. A. Lambert 5.00 JMrs. R. Scott................. 1.05 Rev. Prosser.............-.___ 5.00 F. C. Street 2.00 Stafford 2.00 Ernest Marks 2.00 liss A. Miller 1.00 L Friend ...'___.............. 1.00 Vir. Freeman................. 10.00 J. K. LetJbJbridge............... 10.00 R. McGillis .................r 1.00 The total ontributions to date are Francisco; Robert Dollar, San Fran- Francisco; George H. Los Cisco; 0. W. Burks, San Francisco; United States into closer Leighton McMurtrie, D. Lowman, Seattle; L. G. Munroe, Spokane; L. H. Clay, Oakland, and H. Booth, Los Angeles; C. B. YandellJ Walter S. Mackay, Oakland. relations than they have known in j Diego; E. C. Giltiier. Portland; 'AilHsj the past. H. Both Lo Anels C. B. Yandell BOYS UNDER TWELVE MAY NOT SELL. PAPERS: MANITOBA Manitoba Legislature Brings in Bill To Prevent This. Winnipeg, Man., Feb. Winnipeg, Feb Hugh Arm strong, provincial treasurer, to-day de- livered the-budget speech.- The con- ditions during the past year, he said, General Campbell introduced.a bill most satisfactory in the hte- the legislature forbidding boys under ltor-v tne province. He reported a sixteen hawking newspapers after t surplus of twenty-one o'clock, and requiring hoys to 'oe licensed and wear a badge for the sale of newspapers, it fceing an offence for any boy between the ages of twelve and sixteen to sell papers or other articles during school hours without such badge. No charge is to 'Manitoba's expenditure during the past year were five million dollars, of this amount a million and a haft wss expended on telephone construction. A Japanese was killeJd at Arnoy, China, to-day by the accidental igni- REVOLUTIONARY PLOT IN PORTUGAL. Lisbon, Portugal, Feb. 23 (by way of the Spanish govern- ment apparently is greatly perturbed at the discovery of a widespread re- volutionary plot. Arrests of suspets are being made daily. Confidential information has reached the .rith tU's that a car load of arms am- 'munition for the revolutionists is be- brought from y. NO HOSPITAL FOR HIM be made for the badge or license, tion of a high explosive concealed in which will be issued by the superin- his clothing. It is suspected that thej tendent of neglected children.' man had planned an assassination. I I A Car of Cedar V Joint SILVER FOX SKINS BRJNG TOTAL OF I For the Best of Everything in Building Line, go to A. H. DIESETH, Local i Baroness Road Plionc 362 i i i i i o SAVED JUST IN TIME Mr. Lewis ilacPherson, of Dunvegan Inverness .County, Cape Breton, had been suffering tortures from hii and Bladder, which, -were terribly inflamed. Finally, his doctor could do nothing more for him and adviaedhia to go to the hospital. A neighbor, who had used Gin Kito read Mr. MacPheraon'j letter. "It affords me snore than ordinary pleasure to convery, not only to your- selves but also to all soHerers frooi Kidney and Urinary tbe instant and complete cure that Gia Pifls effected in my case. 1 'I suffered untold misery eren when tinder treatment from the best doctors for over ten months, and nothingseemed to do me any good or relieve my painful condition. My was Inflammation of Kidneys and Bladder. "I finally determined to take my doctor's advice and go to the Victoria Hospital at Halifax, for treatment. Two days, however, before my intending departure for the hospital, a-neighbor called and, happening to have a Gin Pili in his pocket, insisted on my taking it. I did so and six hours after taking it, the results and benefits I derived simply nothing more or less than miraculous. Instead of going to the Hos- pital, I sent for a bos of Gin Pillswith the result that I am a cured man. I recon- j mend Gin Pills to every one suffering j from Kidney Trouble." j LEWIS HACPHERSON. j It is just as we say, yon Pills i do cure Kidney and Bladder Troubles when all else fails. Take them on our positive guarantee of relief or yoar money back. 35 Dealers everywhere have Gin Pills at 5oc a box, 6 for Simple sent free if you write National Drug Chem. Co. Limited Dept, Skins Brought South by Colin Fraser Average Close to Apiece. Edmonton, Feb. silver fox skins sold for at Henry Fraser's fur rooms yesterday afternoon. This is an average of apiece, an ex- ceedingly high average for this par- ticular kind of skin. The skins were brought south early in the weekj by Coin Fraser, the veteran fur trader who operates in the Oliipe- wayan district, 500 miles north of Ed- monton. The six skins were bought by W. H. Jaeger, representing Che TJliman Fur Co-, who the other day paid for a silver fox skin brougM .from the north. The furs are being shipped to Paul. NEWSBOY RUNNING FOR THE LEGISLATURE. Spokane, Wash., -Feb. Prague., dean of -the newsboys in Spokane, will be a candidate for the State Legislature from the Second district in this csty fco succeed the 3ate Judge Norman E. Buck. Prague served as page during two sessions of the Legislature, and his mind ;has been fired with a desire to serve his countrymen. He promises to take care of the newsboys, if elected, but declares he will .not ask -the -state to furnish free car transportation, tur- key dinners or leather-seated loung- ing chairs fo the "newsies." "I'll see to -it, that the 'kids' get :i dial's coming to he said, with emprasis. "There's one thing, and that-js I'm not afraid of the cars, tind I'll go the limit with -the bunch that has stood by me through thick and thin, and I guess I'll.have a few 'Live ones' at. court when it comes to a show dowr. for Che real.goods. I'm not mixing up in this portics thing for the love of '.'it. but to grab some- thing on for my fellows, and I'm going to make good, all along the IHne." I RE1TZ ARRESTED IN CALGARY HAS RECORD Parquharson Boisjoli Contractors for Cedar Fence Posts, Telegraph Poles, Mine Props and Timbers, Railroad and Mine Ties Box 304 Fernie, B. C. Detroit. Mich., Reltz or Three Rivers. Mich., arrested by Canadian Officers at Calgary. Alberta for alleged embezzlement from seve ral agricultural implement and buggy firms and also from local banking institutions went into voluntary bank- ruptcy in United States circuit court ember. He then wont to Windsor, remained there several months before going to Alberta. His liabilities are estimated at with less than 3'-.000 assets. INSURGENT VICTORY IN NICARAGUA on. Feb. of immense importance to the insur- gent arms in Nicaragua are told in despatches being received to-day at the State Department. General Chamirro. with the main division or the insurgent army, has completely evadrd the government forces sent out to chock him, and by a flank move mom has taken the city of Granada. ajestic Two Weeks Commencing