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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1909. PAGE SEVEN I Ltd HARNESS CO. SADDLERY FIRST LIST OF NOMINATIONS Will Be Published Next Week A Urge Shipment of HOLIDAY STOCK hat jutt arrived and includes an extensive line of TrunKs Valises Gloves We purchased these goods in wholesale quantities and have priced them to sell puickly. We can fill orders for v. i Harness in Wholesale Quantities and have a complete line of samples to select from. We can save you money over any other source in Western Canada and can supply you with anything in our line. Electricians Supplies. Brass Goods. Glassware Iron Conduit Systems Insulated Wires. Electric Heaters. Gasoline Ignition Material. Sinle Two Phase Motors. Telephones and Bells. Complete Electrical Installations and General Electric Eepairs. W. L. McKenzie Co. Phone 204 Redpath Street r NIGHT SCHOOL Thorough instruction in Commercial and Shorthand .branches, Civil Service and English. 'For particulars phone or write Geo. J. Schmidt. Principal, Garbutt Business College Phone 1315 P.O.Box 1291 at the Ottawa Observatory inade their first observation of Hal- ley's comet. 'The experiment was successful and. the comet was found of the tw-elfth magnitude. It spill not be visible to the naked eye for some weeks yet. FACTS WANTED To the Editor of the Herald connection discus- sion of the proposed street railway franchise possibly the Council or the city engineer woul-d be good enough to give the public certain information which they no doubt have at hand. 1. What is the average cost per mile for the construction of street railway OB unpaved streets 2. From the new city power plant would sufficient power be available to run our street railway for the next three or four years 3. Could the present plant be used Had Given Up All Hope of Living. Heart Trouble Ctired by Mil- bora's Heart and Nerve Pilla, Mrs. Andrew 'Savoy, Grattan's, K.B., the year was taken sick and did not think I could live any length of time. My trouble WAS with my heart and people told me that nothing could be done for a case like mine. I consulted the very best doctors, but they could do me no good. For seven weeks I could hardly cross the jfloorf I had no pain, but was so weak nobody in the world can believe-how. I felt. I had given up all hopes of living and had given my little girl to my sister-in-law. One day a friend came to see me, and calling me by name, Lizzie, if I were you I would try a dose of Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pillr as they are good for heart trouble." My husband got me a box, but for two days I was not feeling any better, but on- the fourth day my husband said, 'I believe those pills are doing you good.' better this morning.' He I will get you another box right away.' I took two boxes and three doses out of the third one, and I was perfectly well and have not been sick since then. "I will never be without them in my home for God knows if it had not been fo'r Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills, I would not have been alive now." Price, 50 cents per box, 3 boxes for for this purpose when the new one is j 35. at all dealers or mailed direct completed CITIZEN. receipt of price by The T. Milbura. Limited, Toronto, Ocf his qualifications and his sufferings :'OT Christ's What, advantage is to bo born of ?ood stock? What, advantage was it to Paul that e wa.s a Hebrew, an Israelite, and of he of Abraham Ts there any higher privilege, or ;reater honor than to have labored i.nd suffered, for the cause of Christ, vhich is the cause of humanity? .a true ministry, thon ,and self denial? Verse is the best word picture you can of the r.oble here who, at the expense of life-long and unparalleled surfering, gave him- self up to the service of others? (This question must be .answered in writ- ing by members of'the club.) Read until the story of this bitter and prolonged suffering is burned into of Paul's great work and of the won- derful love and grace of God-to him and then think of the sumptuous lives to -bi-. in sympathy with everybody, weeping with those who weep, and rejoicing with those who rejoice? Which is -rrcatesl- man, the one who excels in education, in science. at San Jose at noon, after luncheon j fcave been drilling constantly since at Hotel Vendorac, an electric car tjlen anct ]iavc got in about four in- ride was taken through the beautiful cjles two more to go. orchards of the Santo Clara Valley, j thirty miles. Reception by the San! Jose Chamber of Commerce. The next stopping place was Del Winston Spencer Churchill here this afternoon. Churchill and 'his wife had just arrived by train when a woman suddenly darted out from the crowd and commenced to belabor the cabinet member with a rawhide. Churchill promptly, seized his assailant. At the police station Churchill's as- sailant was identified as Therese Gurrtete. She was smartly gowned. The officers who made the arrest said that the suffragette broke through the police line on the station platr- form, "TAKE THE CAKE" I 1 I :j2