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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHBRIDOE, A.UA., FRIDAY, APRIL II, INI, Floor Finishes must resist hard wear A great many house-wives have decided in favor of vamkhed or painted floors and rugs because they are more sanitary. Othcn prefer carpet that does not cover the entire floor but leaves a itrip around the wall which is painted or varnished. But whichever the choke the "finish" should be tough and elastic find durable, not showing heel marks or the marks of ixirnittrre. FLOOR FIHISHES S-W. MAP.-NOT. a. durable floor varnish, tough and elastic, S-W. FLQQRIRC, for staining and varnishing floors at one operation, made la Cheny, Oafc, Mafaogany and other shades. S-W. IHSIOE FLOOR PAIftT, dries quickly with a tough, elaiUc film tbat wot. S-W. PORCH UNO OECK PAIHT, will stand rain, snow and scrubbing. S-W. FLOOR WAX. for waxed floors. S-W. OJACK AND SEAM FILLER, for fitting unsightly seams and cracfci. This list provide you vrith a hijfi grade fioot finish of any character vanish, stain M Asfc the S-W. to you color cards or write us for Floor Flnith boafclct, B-lf A THE SHERWIN-WILLUMS Co. LARGEST PAINT AND VARNKM IN TMC WOULD MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG News Of the District OLARESHGLM Claresholra, April spring weather has returned, after a snowy interlude. Ernest Moffatt, Wm. Quayle and number of witnesses are in Macleod a.t the Supreme Court in connection with the action for damages for aiu.- licious prosecution, Moflatt Quayle. E. Douglas Hardwick, of Queens- town, near Lethbridge is here for the second time in twelve years. has been 25 years in the country and 12 3'ears ago hauled lumber from the depot at Claresholm. will be hung up for a matinee on May the events in. eluding two harness classes, a qua.rler mile dash, half-nitte maiden race and pony heats. It was decid- ed by the Turf Association rot to .venture too in weather JQ _May being too uncertain. The ro- of the stand has commenced A matter worthy of remark "is the way in which Joyalty is' evinced in tht'Se parts. Of course there are a great many Americans here who not understand the customs of the country but this does not account for the manner in which "God Save the King" is sung or listened to at the close of our public meetings here and elsewhere. As an example. At a big political meeting held here some weeks ago the proceedings brought to a close with the singinc of "God Save.the King." Instead of the uudituce standing uncovered and either singing or all save some twenty. or thirty put on their hats-and began to make "for the door, the hall, "keeper, to save time, immediately began to. collect the chairs and bang them about and the Chairman (whom no one has ever sang a few bars himself and then ap- pealed to some of those near him to help him out in the name of verbal loyally with the result that there i was -a sort of spasmodic rendering o> a verse of the anthem. It might be a good thing for chairman to state that the proceedings at any meeting will be brought to a close the singing of the National Anthem and that those_ present are requested to stand still until the verse is sung. II the thing cannot be done properly it .should be cut out. Why should a verse of the Maple Leaf not always be sung first? The closing meeting of the St. Aidna's Church Literary Society waa held last night in the Eectory and look the form of a musical evening. E. W. Frost was in Macleod yester- day. S. H. Duvall of Canton has sold out and proposes to go north to ta.ke up land. The Stewart Ranch have been 33ll- ing quite a number of horses and matched teams lately amongst oth- ers to Dr. Wallwin and J. T- North. SUNDIAL Sundial, April neighbors in Tp. 13, R. 19. have notices post- ed for a school election on thel7tt' hist. A. G. .Bullinger, G. W. Wighton and E. Y. Browning are the co n- niittee and we hope the people. them their hearty support to perfect the good work they have be- gun. The homestead inspector's trip through our country is bearing'fruit in cancellations, and several wtio been a little negligent -are" tar- ing- a course of study in the home- stead laws. A professional kicker is always dis gusting, but those who kick occas- when that circurn stances detuaad it are not to be vercly criticized, yet while their .n are for the best they ma.v bo wholly wrong, as in the case of Bpme of our citizens who make pretty little fuss if a letter happens to be mislaid or given to the wroaa address at the Sundial P.O. Each succeeding: Saturday witnesses the same rush for the mail. Yes, w have sec-n them so crowded one eoulfi not get an invigorating breath press through edgeways and consist- ent with the jam is the demand fo: mail, mail, while to sort out, put p and pass through the delivery in thv brief time the people seem willing ;o give would require a half dozen as- sistants, which no doubt Mr. Kngen would furnish if the compensation for his services, amounting to thirty-five dollars per year, would warrant, but considering this mere trifle for amount of labor connected with it, and which we can scarcely hope tc- have bettered while in our isolated condition you must considerately -on cede that the service rendered is by- far more adequate than the reward, and jf mistakes sometimes occur, they are no more frequent than at many post offices where better facil ities and more time is afforded. A. G. Buklinger and wife. Monday April 5th, a son. John Andrews, of Waterloo, Iowa, is here to begin work on his homc- steau O. Tp. 13, R. 18. Hamilton Nan Dying From Bladder Trouble, Completely Restored to Health By Gin Pills The ease of Mr. John Herman, 513 James St., Hamilton, Ont., has ex- cited public interest in all parts of Canada. Mr. Herman suffered terri- bly for over a year. The best phy- sicians in Hamilton treated him. Yet he grew steadily worse. Then he tried Gin. Pills -and two and a half boxes completely cured him of Blad- der Trouble and Stone in- the Blad- der. Mr. Herman's photo and letter about his cure will appear in to- morrow's paper. Be sure to look out for this advertisement. So certain are the National Drug and Chemical Co. that Gin Pills will cure all Kidney and Bladder Trou- bles that .they will promptly refund the money should Gin Pills fail to do all that is claimed for them. Gin pills are sold by all dealers at 50c a box, 6 boxes for Even those suffering from "Kidney and Bladder Troubles may "not care to spend this amount without knowing more about the remedy. These people may secure a, trial box of Gin. Pills by sending two cents in stamps to Dept. L.H., National Drug and Chemical Co., of Canada, Ltd., Toronto. What so Neat as a Tailored with your new spring suit? See Our New Stock Ladies' tailored waists of cross bar muslin cross bars of bine or Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication tl this advertisement will not be paid for. King Up 108 When you want DRAYINC Done promptly and JOHN BRODIE 1. JJ. J. .M-UAMJL ;