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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1909. PAGE SEVEN We make Sunshine. Furnace fire- pot in t'A'o constructed fins that they throw off every unit of heat, so constructed straight walls that it is impossible for ashes to gather and intercept the heat, so con- tracted that the upper section can expand indepoiivlunt of the lower, thus making it. impos- sible in a Sunshine Fur- nace for any heat to loaf around the any heat to be nullified by ashes, any cracks to take place as a result of the shock following contraction or expansion. This fire- pot has' LOCAL NEWS greatest weight longest The fire- pot natur- ally bears the brunt or a furnace's work, acd it bears it just in. proportion to its original strength. UNSHINEl FURNACE Because steel is more powerful than gray iron, we make Sunshine Furnace firepot of semi-steel. This is an exclusive feature, and indicates that in Sunshine Fur- nace firepot alone you find smooth-as-glass surface, secure maximum fire-resisting strength, can rely on only minimum disin- tegration and can be assured of long life. McCIaryfe The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS I P. Boy Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Room 3, Ott Block Phone 180 TORTURE FOR PRISONER MISS H. A. DEMPSEY Bachelor of Music (Trin Univ.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, principal of the piano dept., Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For terras address Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music, or residence, cor Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett St. Phone 244. Thought He Was Free But Soon Found Otherwise Chicago, Jun.: ilfi-t- i inir of fn-'i-doii! h'-ld out to a 'prisoner in Judge Bivntinan's yesterday was wrenched front him in a way caused a .sigh pity to .spread Htnons tlie spectators when it was found that tlie clerk of the court should have road tlie jury's verdict as guilty instead of not guilty. The prisoner was Frank O'Donnell, accus- ed of robbing a citizen at the of a revolver. The jury had been out ten minutes. Tlie foreman of tlie jury handed tie.- clerk two forms, one for guilty and the other for acquittal. "Not read the clerk, absent mindodly failing to note that he was reading tin- unsigned form. O'Donnell jumped to his feet excited ly laughing and -wrung his lawyer's j Hv started fr> in the room with hi? head in the ,-.iir and eyes sparkling, then the mistake was dis- covered and O'Donnell was brought back. His head sank on his chest as the real verdict was delivered as "Guilty, and condemned to serve the term of his natural life in prison." The stock yards here are being largod. The Trusts, and Guarantee Company Limited, Public Administrator of the i Lethbridge Judicial District, has been Administrator of the es- tate of the late Richard L. Leaclu who was in employ if the R. N. W. M. P. at L'.-thbridge. School inspector J'. Brown. Maclfod, was in the city yesttfrdny. W, H. Fairiield, who v.-as down the line as far as Medicine Hat, on Mon- day, declares he never saw the spring grains looking so well at this time of the year. The trip east is a revel- Cultivated farms dot the land- scape everywhere and what was graz- ing land only a year or so ago is today the home of many hundred of happy farmers. W.P..I. Alexander, of the People's Drug Store, North Ward, received word yesterday from Mrs. Alexander that her sister. Miss Jenny O'Hara, of Madoc. Ont., had been successful in the piano examinations at the To- ronto Conservatory of Music and in addition h-ad captured the gold ...edal of Ontario Ladies College, Whieby. This makes two gold medallists in ono family as Mrs. Alexander won the gold medal at the same college in music a few years ago, J. White, of Guelph, Ont., is in the city for a few weeks. He is in- terested in considerable land in the Lethbridge district in the vicinity of i Ta'ber. Pethbridge and Milk River. Already about HOOO acres have -been sold to settlers all of whom will ac- i tually settle on the land themselves. Most of these are from Ontario. Mrs. i White and son Cecil accompany Mr. White on his trip west and are visit- I ing friends in the city and elsewhere I in the west. All the way from Winni I peg the crops an.- looking well. Mr. j White notices