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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, June AN UP-TO-DATE STOVE Do you realize there is DO longer any, reason why you should use a coal range? Oil is cheaper than coal; it is lighter and easier to handle, and gives an intense heat Provided, you have the right stove, oil is more economical, cleaner and less trouble. Have you seen the Pfcrjject ign Oil Cook-stove Tbe accompanying illustration gives you only a rough idea of to appearance. You really can't appreciate it until you either it yourself, or talk to anananaa who baa oaed it. It does everything that the room. The New Perfection OU Qook- will do anything, from heating a feettle of water to: cooking a course 1 dinner, but it won't heat sjroom. It doesn't it doesn't moke. M Can't fet out of order. Light it andk ready. Turn it down and it ia out. Only a woman who knows the trouble i carrying coal and cooking in a hot kitchen can appreciate what it meant a clean, perfect atove that will cook anything, boil, bake or roast, and yat won't heat the kitchen. How is k' done? .The flame it controlled in tur- enamel chimneys, and directed against ,the bottom of pot, pan, kattle or oven, and only there. The' flame operates exactly where it is needed nowhere else. With tnia aiove your kitchen is cooL .The nickel finish with the brifht bhM Of the chimneys makes the stove orna- atal and attractive. Made with 1, t 3 burners; the J and S-burner THRE CONVICTS PLACED ON TRIAL At Supreme Court, Wbic'i Opens To- Jail Breakers Will Appear. this that kTiew Perfection', can be had with or without Cabinet. awry drttotmywlHw; If write ClrcnUr to the of tbs The Imperial Oil Company, The Quick Lunch Counter at the New England Cafe 'Will open on Saturday, Juiie 4 Menu and Service is sure to please Hill Block Dulteriii Street BOARD OF MANAGERS 'J. FOR ST. ANDREW Elders For Buiidin of the New Church Edmonton, June Three manacled men, King, McQuillan and Ormonby were arraigned at the open- ing of the criminal assizes this inorn- ng, the first on a charge ot murder nd the other two on charges of at- empted prison breaking. On the afternoon Of Sunday, March th, last, Joseph McQuillan, one of he most desperate characters in the enitentiary, got out of his cell -into he corridor and attempted to make good his escape by a murderous al- ack on prison guard Dharty, He was overpowered, however, before he was able to inflict serious injuries on the ;uard. The same afternoon convict King broke his way through into; the of 'Ormonby, adjacen-t to his own, and when the 'guards surprised he two convicts they had a crow bar in their possession and were twisting the lock of the door leading into the corridor. Are Middle All three convicts are middle aged men. King and McQuillan are notor- ious desperadoes, and many chapters of crime might be written' of the of the two men. 'Convict King wil covcry he did so with alacrity. McQuillan's ftecprd Joseph- McQuillah, the most notor- ious of the convicts who will come up for trial this morning has been known by a number of aliases, among them being, Harry Hill, J. Fetter and I-I. Fetter, The authorities be- lieve his correct 'name to be Ed- wards. At the present time ho is serving a -terra of years for safe-cracking at Pinches Creek sever- al years ago.' i In 1888 Edwards first became known to the H.N.W.M.F., when he was convicted of burglary and senten- ced to a term of seven years in Man- itoba penitentiary. At. the end ;ol four years he made his escape and was. not" heard of again until he, was arrested in Vancouver on a charge, of louse-breaking. This time he was entenced to three years and sent back to Manitoba penitentiary to omplete his term, with an additional six months for jail breaking. Vie was released in 1900. During the next five years he. was incarcerated on minor charges in almost every jai of the prairie provinces for short per- ods. His offence was )lowing up of several safes in quantity, 5 per cent, for; acreage, The Exhibition 'Company pays all freight charges on exhibits originating in Alberta. It Is not likely that any- one in the' province has seen the quan- tity of grain grown on an acre In a pile by itself, and: the reader will re- PROVINCIAL FAIR AT_CALGARY Exhibition to be held t Calgary on June 30 to July 7, is go- jig to excel any previous effort made n Canada, west of Winnipeg. Some or the prominent features will be; 'A mechanical milking machine de- districts are taking a particular inter- monstration, -with instructive lectures. est ln this feature, as In the'case of An acre yield competition, in which Agricultural Society, alize what a great taken in a building interest! will be where .probably 50 to 100 such exhibits will be on view from all over the1 province. 'Some ail the grain grown? on an acre must be shown, and for which .practically is offered in prizes. Thin fea- ture promises to be a great success. An exhibit showing the different rades ot commercial steers. Au exhibit illustrating the process of grading up by the use of purebred stallion. Actual who 'have already six ex- hibits from their district. The oth- er features of the exhibition promise to 'be of more than ordinary interest and the excellent, music and attrac- tions, low rates and special trains will .undoubtedly make the attendance the largest yet. The entries close on 18. forestry demonstration by the the Pincher Creek district and on a con viclion oE this offence lie is' now un- dergoing a sentence o[ eight years' imprisonment. Bookmakers shot and killed a jockey who pulled his horse on.1 a Roumanian race track. Three hundred tlie'poorest Jew- ish Kiev. At a of the congregation of St. Andrews church In Bailey, St. school Wednesday the following agers were elected for the incoming vear: Dr. Thomson, chairman, Mr. J. Scott; Mr. C. Donaldson, treasurer, Mr. .MacGregor, secretary, and Mr: Schand. Mr, McKeiiS; -Mr, McFadden', Mr. Patching and Mr. Laiut; have.been the choice of the communieaiiLs' of the congregation for the office and ,the ordination of the same'.' will take place Sunday in near future. The newly elected board" together with the session will' meet Wednes- day June Bailey street school to 'discuss tlie, desirability of starting immediately 'the building of the new church .on-Westminster Rd. The Hartford Theological Seminary, one'of the foremost seminaries in'the conferred the degree of Doctor'of'Sacred Theology on Profes- sor T.B. Kilpatrick, D. D., of Knox College, Toronto. first face the charge of murder which has been laid against him and on which he has been committed '-'for trial. Should he escape' conviction, on this charge, which is sustained by a strong chain of circumstantial evid- ence, he will be tried on a charge of. attempted prison-breaking. is now serving a sentence of seven ye.ars Other Prison Breakers other convicts who made at- tempts to escape from the -penitenti- ary a couple of months ago, Zeacpc'c and Dickson by_ name have not "yet been given a preliminary hearing and will not likely come up for trial .be- fore Mr. Justice Scott at the present sittings of the supreme court. GCdn- yict Peacock tried to escape one Sun- day afternoon when the convicts were being marched, to service, and "'was shot in the arm by a guard. son, who was digging in a bed of clay near the C.N.R. tracks with a num- ber of convicts, crawled into a wa- gon and was covered up with clay. The watchful eye of one of the guards was on. him, however, and -the wagon was driven to the door of the penitentiary he was ordered to come out from underneath the clay and. go to his cell; Astonished at his dis 'EVERY PRISONER A CONVERT Yakima County ;Man in Jail Writes 7 Pastor North Yakima, Wash., May Rev. Charles E. Gibson, pastor of the First Methodist church, has received a letter from a prisoner in the county- Bible as the word of God, and Christ, he Savior, as our redeemer and med- ator." The letter, which was made pub- ic today by the minister, says sev- eral of theTnen converted are soon to :o to Walla Walla, "never to return." The Epworth league has been con- ducting services at the jail every S.un- day. ail, signed M.'-C. in which the prison- r soul has accepted the the Dominion tree planting division on a large plot on the grounds. An art and china loan exhibit com- posed of the best pictures and china from the homes ot residents of West- ern Canada. Many families have art ides of great value brought from their former homes, and you will be sur- prised at the magnificence of the dis- play. If you 'have any article of mer- it that you are willing to exhibit the manager of the exhibition will appre-1 date it if you Will let him know. All freight rates are refunded on exhibits originating -in Alberta. The best music and attractions that can be secured; including the famous N avaaaar Latiies Band. Make up a party of your friends and enjoy a grand 'holiday. The acre yield competition at the PUTTING APPLE TREES .ON A LOT OF LAND Spokane, Wash., June Arcadia Orchard Company, headed Phone 1044 P.O. Box 1929 Sec us before you buy your WELL CASING It will pay you A The T Western Supply Equipment Co Warehouse Road Office Bryan Block Robinson of Spokane, Is 'planting 000 acres of land to apples and other commercial' fruits near Deer Park, 22 miles north of here. One thousand acres "been planted, acres are clearing and ready for trees, and it is expected that the-work on the rest of the land, now mostly in standing timber, will be completed within five years. Aiberta Provincial Exhibition to be held at Calgary June SO .to July 7, is a new idea for an exhibition. The following prizes are 'offered: ?15, 510, ?5. Spring ?50, ?50, EDMONTON MAY HAVE TO PUT UP MORE Edmonton, June the city of Edmonton gets assurances from the provincial government this week that the. contribution of promised to 'the high level bridge by the last administration' is forthcoming, the ratepayers will likely be called upon to put up'another in addition to already contributed to the high level bridge. EXTRA! SPECIAtl! S r FEATURE ATTRACTJONl" j ROOSEVELT IN THE JUNGLES I OF AFRICA Pending an- investigation Police Chief Koliier, of Cleve- land, was. suspended by Mayor Baelir. average, amount of grain .grown on an acre must be shown, and'wi! be judged GO per cent, for quality, 2 per cent for purity, 15 per cent, fo Tbe Sauce that makes the whole worid hungry. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. "Religion has made me. said Mr. Keir Hardie, M. P., on Satur- day at a meeting in Lille of'the Eng- lish, Scottish p. S. A. dele- gates. he added, "gives Saskatoon expects that its total "as- sessment will reach about me the inspiration which keeps me at work in the interests of labor. There is not, and cannot be between Christianity and this move- ment." An English doctor has expressed th'e belief that the use of preservatives is responsible for the spread of appen- dicitis. Judge Mclnhesv of. Vancouver has decided... that the license comissioners of that city have not power to pass a by-law closing bars on Sunday. This power is given to the city specifically under its charter. AT THE EUREKA Friday Night, Saturday Matinee And 1 Saturday Night June 3rd and 4th Remember the dates Two nights onl.v t? A -J. M..Henderson EYE SPECIALIST Wright's Jewelry Store Lenses ground on the prem- ises. Evenings by appointment. "Office 2-5 aOn A PCV I A GRASSY LAKE REALTY We have transferred our business from GRASSY LAKE TO LETHBRIDGE LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US v We have buyers and can sell it if the price is right. INSURANCE, LOANS, BONDS, ETC. PITITI? iir1 SUITE 115 SHERLOCK BUILDING PHONE 417, D. R. KIMBALL MANAGER ;