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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letliiyridge Daily Herald; Monday, June I GET A-BOARD And be one of the Crowd who buys Lumber and Building Mat- erial from the old reliable THE PIONEER LUMBER COMPANY Submikcd by Vernol Bicknell in the Pioneer Lumber Ad Competition CADILLAC '30' And the Celebrated BRUSH Automobiles Sold By T. S. MACKENZIE THE NEW CABINET Granuui Times: The fitness of Jus- tice Sifton for the Premiership of the Province is not seriously questioned; but there are many who believe he would strengthen his own hands by an appeal to the people. Nanton News: The difficulties of the position are generally understood; and we do not believe there will, be any disposoition to hastily criticise the new premier or his associates in the government At the same time it would be better if there could be no Wh When in Vancouver it will be to your advantage to stay at; tlie HOTEL STRATHCONA Tne best middle priced Hotel in the city D. BURTON and J. E. JACKSON Props. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS "Alfred Carss, barrister, is Prince Rupert's first police magistrate. The painters' strike is over at Tor- onto. Bricklayers' laborers threaten to strike in Toronto unless their pay is increased. Mr Jeremiah Suddaby, one of. the oldest and best known educationists in Ontario, was found bed at his home in Berlin, Ontario. A rather unusual decision was hand- ed out by Justice Lanctot at Montre- al. He ruled that a mother had'a right to thrash her daughter's "suitor if the latter persisted in his attentions contrary to the parents' wishes. Before leaving Vancouver for. Nel- unnecessary' secrecy concerning ma- ters of public interest. Claresholm Review: This looks like a strong cabinet, and if the A. G. contract Is cencelled the big maj- ority of Liberals and business men. throughout the province will likely line tip behind the new premier. He is regarded as an exceptionally able man. Mr. McLean was an insurgent and Mr. Marshall a Rutherford man. By taking one of each in and the pre- mier and Mr. Mitchell being new men t looks like a successful" attempt at healing up the divisions. Edmonton Capital: From the word- ng of the official announcement in regard to the new cabinet, it is evi- dent that Premier Sifton has not com- pleted his work. So far as it has gone, the result is satisfactory. Mr. Mitchell is a man of high character and no little ability, and should have no difficulty in carrying Medicine Hat in which city he made his home prior to accepting a district judgesbjp in Calgary. The news that Mr.. Fin- lay's continued illness makes it ad- visable for him to resign his seat in the'legislature will-be received with son, Rev. J. P. Methodist minister was presented with a pnrse of Mrs. Westman was given a ?300 set of furs. n unknown quantity to the majority f In the province, but locally he Is a man of weight, having anching and other interests in his it is that ic will maKe a useful minister. Since Mr. Marshall assucn.l tlie portfolio of agriculture, he has shov.n no little aptitude for the 1m -101 tent duties which it Involves. No one can talk to him for a minute without re- alizing that tils interest in _ agricul- ture matters Is genuine, and the Cap- ital has reason to know that every- where he has gone he has made an excellent impression upon the farm- ing community. Hia retention of tbe post under the new premier Is accord- ingly a- matter of satisfaction, Aa to regret .by 'the many friends he made for himself during_his tenure of of fice under Mr. Rutherford. Mr. Me Lean, of Lethbridge district, is as .ye the policy of the new administration, more definite Information will be forthcoming at an early date 'thai which is available now. But Mr. Sif ton's brief statement yesterday gives fairly clear indication that 'there will be no .violent change. "Speaking he said, "it will be correct to say that the present government will fulfil the promises and carry on he work s tar ted by 'the late adminls- ratlon." Red Deer Advocate: It Is a high tribute to the confidence felt through- out ihe West in the ability and Integ- rity of the Hon. A. L. Sif ton, late chief justice, and how Premier of Al- berta, that he was instinctively look- ed upon, when 'the Waterways trouble started, as the one man most com- petent to secure a stable following In the House, and to restore the govern ment of Alberta "to a progressive bus iriess basis. In accepting his respon sible office he realizes that he has no child's play on his hands, and tha the rehabilitation of the governmsn uous and self-sacrificing work on the port of himself and his colleagues, aided by the Liberal memberi. He has to face the keen disappoint- ment which will be felt by thousands of the best citizens of Alberta that the Hon. W. H. Gushing and the other In- rgents who broke with the govern- ment, who took their political 'lives' n their handstand "who practically destroyed the improvident Waterways bargain, are not adequately recognized n the new government. Theirs the risk and labor; to others haa come the reward of their work. Thit not be easy to forget It may be urged, and no doubt with reason, that it was impossible to com- pel the government to resign BO long as they had a majority in the House and that the Hon. W. H. Gushing hac not a sufficient following to carry on the government, and had no prospec of securing that following. The on ly way at the present time to secure change of government was to call In a man in whose favor Premier Ruth erford and his cabinet would be wil ng to step out, and who was like! o have a good majority in the House, t'hat is what has" been none, and it is he only thing possible, which could ave been done. i i CALGARY PKIZE All freight refunded on exhibits originating in "Alberta.'" Over 1OOQ offered for Grain Competition, including Acre Yield Competition. Milking Machine demonstration and lectures. Magnificent Art and China Display BEST MUSIC ATTRACTIONS INCLUDING SETTLERS' MOVEMENTS C. Partridge, from Winnipeg to ethbridge. L. Me'tzer, from Winnipeg to Leth- bridge. Wm. Fritz, from Fairmont, N.D., to Lethbnuge. DENTAL ASSOCIATION CONVENTION CONCLUDED June Canadian Dental association leaves to the ex eeuiiye -the choice .of the next meet ing place. It is understood that i will be either Niagara Falls', or' Mont The Navassar Ladies' Band Grand rireworks Display Albers' Ten Snow White Polar Bears Herzog's Six Trained Stallions The Six Abdallahs Brothers, Marvellous Acrobats Raiiiza and Arno, Clever Comedians Al. G. Trained Wild Animal Shows Reproduction of the Making of the Blackfoot Indian Treaty Illuminated with Fireworks For Prize List and Entry Forms, write E. L. RICHARDSON, I.S.G.VANWABT, Manager. President. will require months and years of stren real. The convention Is over. Mrs. Mary Johnson, an aged widow of Stamford was killed by a train at a railway crossing. Reggie Bell, aged three, of Pa Sound, and Leonard Friend, aged fi of Kingston, were drowned. MAJESTIC, TUES. AND WED, JUNE 7th and 8th I An Extraordinary f Nothing quite so Interesting or Unique has been produced Augusta J. Evans Stirring Narrative ST. ELMO Dramatized by Grace Hayward Author of "Graustark" The Story of the Triumph Over a Black- The Greatest Book Play of The Decade Prices 50c, 75c, and Seats on Sale Red Cross Drug Store ;