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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PaUy Hcraia; Sittiu'day, .July 9. 1910. w have a good assortment of Coal Oil Stoves and Gasoline Stoves at Red Hot Prices for a few days BRIGHT, BREEZY BARGAINS FOR BRIGHT BUYERS TEA AND COFFEE POTS ..P .70c 4PintN.P .SO'' 5 Pint IV. P ____ 90c 1 Quart Enamel 35c 1 1-2 Quart Enamel 40c 2 Quart Enamel 45c 3 Quart Enamel 55c 4 Quart Enamel 60c MILK AND RICE BOILERS 1 Qt. Enamel 65c 2 Qt. Enamel 85c 3 Qt. Enamel WRINGERS Royal Canadian PRES. KETTLES 2 1-2 Qt. Enamel ....25c 3 Qt. Enamel.......30c 4 Qt. Enamel.. ____35c 5 Qt. Enamel........40c 6 Qt. Enamel........45c 1-2 Qt. Enamel___55c 10 Qt. Enamel........60c 12 Qt. Enamel. r.._.70c 14 Qt. Enamel....... 85c 16 Qt. 30 Qt. BLACKSMITH FORG- ES AND Prices to DISH PANS Oval lOQt, Enamel.......60c 14 Qt. Enamel........70c 17 Qt. Enamel.......85c 21 Qt. Enamel.......95c 30 Qt. Enamel 10 Qt. Tin..........30c 14 Qt. Tin..........35c 17 Qt. Tin..........45c 21 Qt. tin..........55c WASH BOILERS We have a large assort- ment to choose Prices to STOVES AND RANGES We are the exclusive agents for the McClary Line of Ranges and can supply you with a Range that has no superior and ait a price that will be sure to please you. Base Ball Goods At Home Bun Prices. Rubber Garden Hose, Sprinklers, Lawn Mowers Fishing Tackle At Ply Prices. Freezers At Prices That Would Frost You. 2 Qt Tin 3 Qt. Tin 2Qt.Wood 4 (ft. Wood Soe STAFFORD-AGNEW CO. "If You Live Out Of Town, Write Us" ALBERTA'S NEW CABINET A BRILLIANT PREMIER (Katharine Hughes in Toronto Globe) ing ten days, judgment was given by TORNAMENT STARTED The annual tournament of the Al- berta Gun Club opened at the traps north of the Athletic park yesterday morning with a large number of shooters from outside points present. .Five events for money prizes were shot off this morning and this after- noon the Alberta's Pride Challenge Like Carlyle's genuine man, Sifton is "by the very nature of him a son of Order, not of and he rerarns to public life, enriched with experience on the Bench, which has deepened the constructive quality of his miad. Insurgency and agita- tion are mental conditions little lik'ely to disturb his Administration, which will be at once tactful and dominant. The new Premier is sturdily self- reliant, and unafraid of difficulties. He is clear-seeing, urbane-and decis- sway while velvet, is pleasantly -covered irttb Cup is being shot for. The trophies are on exhibition in ive; and tlle steel of Hardware Co.'s Round St., the handsome "Alberta's Pride" Chal- lenge Cup occupying the central posi- tion. This cup is 26 inches high, cost and is probably the hand- somest trophy of any kind ever seen in the citv. none the less present. In fine. the fitness, of the man for the place is ap- parent to everyone, for public men of the West Arthur Siitons ex- ecutive ability and political tact, his >cr, Chief Justice Sifton from the Bencfc against the combine. 1 His faculty of readily grasping the essentials of a question aa-d discard- ing time-wasting prolixities or un- necessary red tape was continually being evidenced on the Bench. One instance was in tite case of Ernest Cashel, the young desperado and mur- derer, who., after being found guilty of murder, escaped from the police. Finally captured, he was brought be- fore the Chief Justice for sentence. His apearance was greatly altered by a beard and otherwise. It was understood his counsel would endea- vor to secure a delay, If not, a dis- missal on the ground of mistaken id- entity. Court opened.- The Chief Justice in incisive tones ordered: 'Er- nest Cashel. stand.' standing -characteristic of the Canad- ian man. Opportunities ranging from a bonmot in repartee to mat- ters of serious interest find him al- the rail. As he -turned to walk back to the depot Blaine drew a 38-caliber revolver and shot him. The bullet the lower part or the stom- responsive. His lively wit is dependent upon jach. Blaine was arrested and -taken to Colfax, while Sylvey was carried to IT JJ.4.AV KJ v JL. v c v vvcLS UoJ-iiPil L-n of alcohol. On the other hand, he and his long, black cigar are consid- Sylvey is about of age somewhat ways; he avoids in [wife and several children, and is a ty, and enjoys thoroughly the con- the Denial company of small circles of j ____ friends, chosen for their sincerity, j their intelligence and humor: while Ottawa honest discernment of responded instantly values are unquestioned: while -his accurate knowledge of western 'con- ditions and his powers-of initiation peculiarly fit him to administer af- fairs in a new country, where new problems may always be expected. It is an invaluable quality, too, in the new Premier of Alberta that' he U know the perfect' comfort of a summer day with the thermometer at Why does in the Why docs vhile warm enough, feel stuffy and oppressive Bsoause the average furnace, in warming the air, dries out the The prisoner to the ringing and the -proposed defence fell through at the Chief 's quietly- pointed remark, "The prisoner seems to have no objections to the name of Ernest Cashel." In personal appearance Premier Sifton. is a man of middle height, with a fresh., youthful face- and eyes that match his nimble Ceitic wit; He is graceful in his manner, which varies remarkably from an -air of indolence in repose to one of absolute activity. The Remedy is the "CIRCLE WATERPAN" OF TIE "GOOD CHEER" FURNACE The "Good well as coal bills. bUls For full particulars of this splendid furnace write 2 THE JAMES STEWART MFG. CO., LiMITED WOODSTOCK, Ont. .f WINNIPEG. Man. Sold and recommended by Hick-SchI Hardware Co., Lethbridge, knows his own mind, and knows men. As a public speaker he has rivals i in the West, or, it may well be said, reflect the same power of -'thought [But, whatever the manner, the mental j and intellectual brilliance as those faculties are always on the qui his brother, tfcs Hon. Clifford Sifton' the new Premier is a vastly more magnetic speaker, and can carry any j audience with him. He too. fine powers of criticism, of ridicule rapier-like satire j ately for his not often j used. As a Judge, his career has been one of undoubted efficiency. His ac- j cession to the Bench, resulted new and quite severe attitude to- wards cattle-stealing, which was then jthe most connnon criise in Alerts, and one that threatened to become as grave an evil as the crime of assault in country -districts around Ontario. But by a rigid enforcement of exist- ing laws, the Chief Justicexand' his aides practically succeeded in sup- pressing this peculiarly western form of lawlessness. Alberta lawyers have been wont to ISPrt that oiiLuu. s jHjwers or penetration and lightning-like deci- sions made the arguing of a case about unnecessary after a certain Point. This has been frequently com mented upon throughout his term of 'office on the markedly I so, perhaps, in the lumber combine I case of 1907, when after a trial last-j these are. in turn, .warmly attached to "The as he is affectionately 'by those who know him best. Having the right to subsciibe to his name the honors M.A.X. LL.B.. K. C.. and D.C.L., he is rich in college and legal degrees. But this is, per- haps, of more interest in the than in the west. For the east west. which tests a man's mettle by a stan- j dard of. its own, is inclined to over- look degrees and ask what a man can do. j And the whole west agrees that Premier Sifton; richer even in per- sonality than in degrees can do about anything he sets out to do. to a switch where was standing. f lumber tram backing on the young man CONTRACTORS IN MONTREAL SIGN UP ff Montreal, July Some fifty-six firms signed an agreement with "the striking stonemasons and- bricklayers to-day. This is the only change in the situation so far. The wages, of e. agreement are 50 cents per hour or brick- layers and conduit work 60 cents, 45 cents for stone- masons. Collins, formerly of Cooks- -ille, Ont., died at Brandon from the effects of a kick by a horse. GAVE LIQUOR TO YOUNG Shot Father For Remon Used in Canada for over half a century in every corner of the world where people suffer from Constipation and its resulting Dr. Morse-s Indian Root Pills, stand higher in public estimation than any others, and their ever- increasing sales prove their merit Physicians prescribe them. a stratiiig With Mr. Sifton possesses to a de- j -.JT gree that quality of mental alertness Hllll which Kipling seized upon as an out- Palouse, Wash., .6.-Because he said he objected to his minor son being! given liquor by Lester'Elaine, a iar-j mer who lives three south of Palouse, James Sylvey was to-day shot by Blaine, the bullet entering j injuries that may fatal. The shooting occurred at 11.30 o'clock this morning, on the plat- form at the Northern Pacific depot, j just after the train from Spokane had passed. Blaine had two bottles of whisky on his person and had, it was charged by Sylvey, allowed Guy Sylvey, the 16-year-old son of the man who was shot, to drink Wt of one bottle. The boy is employed in the depot, while his father has charge of sever-j H-'.Gug iiuc tine, j Sylvey's attention was called to the I fact that his boy was becoming in- j tcxicaled. Blaine was on the plat- form and admitted that he' had set a bottle hi the baggage room where the boy could have access to it. Syl- vey admonished him not to give the boy liquor again an-d then took the bortlc and threw it, breaking it on In Cash Prizes TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 For the Best Loaf of Bread made from Flour of the ELUSON MILLING ELE- VAl OR CO. The following are the prizes: Entry No. 396 397 398 399 To Professional Bakers Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) Girls under 14 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR f 1st 2nd 3rd 10 3 5 2 This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it j You may win the prize! Ask your dealer for this will get a high- grade flour at the right price a. to wm Ine biggest prize ever offered in Lethbridge by any "flour mill Ask Your Grocer For Our Flour. Usual prices will prevail For further particulars see Lethbridge Prize List ;