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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tie Lethbridge Daily Herald olnme V. Lelhbridge, Alberta. Momla.i, Angus! Number 212 i SAM SCHEPPS PUTS O.K. ON CONFESSION Admits What Baldy Rose Confessed is Coireci Vev loin A tig bchepps fame -back-'to--Broad way today with a statement the cont'eB- v ion ot Bnld luK Rofat hai guifc Police-Lieut.. Becker with instigating t ho of.'-the-gambler. Merman Rosenthal. For, two' hours Schepps nnd District-Attorney Whitman' were in u Pullman stateroom in a Now York train, speeding south from Al- bany, and when the train reached New Mr, .Whitman said "Schepps h'ns done all that we expect- ed of him. .lias-corroborated the more important parts of Jack.kcse's coiifession. 'You must not ask liie Tor ilei ulb 'Opposing .interests.of the Atiointv otfice jnd the polite neie agnip. in evidence, wlicn Schepps ar rived. Two detectives Ivom head quarters', saying .they, were acting on orders, attempted to seij-o the liitl-e man before he left the train, but. -Mr. Vhitman was -rjntak to., announce 'that his office was in Lcommand, and Ihe detectives did not-get their man. In- stead he was taken'to the West-side Police Court'by Detective Thomas, of iho -District -Attorney's staff, and ihuiw be charge of vag- rancy, witness along with Vnllon and' Watiber Schepps'himself refused to say a ivord' about bis conference with Mr. "Whitman. TO'all enquiries he gave grinning responses that they "just 3iad a social chat, As'Tor.feur of the "system" veil geance, he grinned again, and tilted liis hat knowingly side. Investigating Before Murder oik, h Sifli Schcppb, the Ion., itntbs in-the Rosenthal .murder v.onid hcrc'this moinmg ind that on tiain lie is gheu. an mt'i a tion District fptq an Joined bcheops ind his gmrds -i Alhiin served to incite the hoot Jn the mining links which Haul Jack in his sto.i told ut fj BecUei and tlie Rosenthul mm dei would he'supplied: Hose; has saUl repeatedly that if SclieppS the truth, his story would be corroborat- ed. information .TVfis forthcoming at'tlie Public Prosecutor's office today that created unusual interest, at polit-p It wasjearned that for several month's: prior'-to'. shooting of Itosentbal officers'of the District- been fiiiietly'investigat- ing; graft: in the 'police department. The big grafters it said have; been 'constantly shadowed for foi months, and "the Hosenthal shooting WOMEN HOLD UP SIR ED WARD GREY Argue With Him About Provisions of Reform Bill HARVESTERS REACH THE CITY All Who Came Here will be Able to Secure Work FIGURES ;iN NEW YORK MURDER urdu ers ovenlng the lirst harvest in the city from the east, Three stalwarts the Board -there was -any and within a call (or few mi bar- Xorihumberland, Bug. p.irty 'of. enterprising awaited Sir Edward Grey, 'the Hritisb secretary of state, toi rorclfeii affiiis UP was ie-u "ml hii a wrinkle nottli appropriating or imnioUng on he hiought it home him and thsi lestilc is seen in the convenience! now in evidence a( The'Lethbtidge Bx: hibltioii grounds t Theie t much in the itock stables this morning but toward noon. (he fiom the buiroundUiE din1 1 tricts comine in in es, Tnhlle the outside e hibitois ill (Lav tiaiiateiung magnificent sppi imeiib of horse flesh from The stock exhibit this Is going to be well designed to rM'eil the enoimoiib strides made bi the faimeis and lancbeis in di Section or high grade stock A Fine Showing f Some idea of tlie exhibit can Iroui t the fact that I C Dranrj, has a m r hoiaes and cuttle at fH5000 'Mr Ihewn ilso brought along him the exhibit and SPECIAL TWINE EXPRESS TRAIN riessw Vlio will be ready to take thekommentcd on the record which had stand, to testify that the rhdrges brought against the chief are not oiltJfoiiiidation, ;C Pi Harris lull ippear on behalf of the Chief He bring in almost a score of witnesses in an eftoit to disprove 'the case against the head o-? the department Thfe investigation as far as is known at present time will i open to the public, niid judging from the intei est lii the- outcome, the1 court room will be packed during the whole time the hearing is in piogieas been nude in g( ttmg the in working order in a little over font months. The people had turned out en masse on April 10 to witness the turning of (he first sod.; they were told fiicii that the .system would be in operation, for fair week they had watched with interest -.-.the construc- tion of the system, and no.vr thcv wqre present to witness the inaugura tion of most important municipal utility. Me "congratulated the stiect dcpirtment, told STREET CAR SCHEDULE Leave corner of First Avc. and Fifth St. every .ten minutes, south along Fifth to Sixth Ave eas Sixth Ave to Fair returning Street North, to Third Ave., along Third AveJ to'Eighth Streei, to depot and west to starting point. Three cars cover glying ten minute service with 20 minute wait after three cars have eft for grounds. North Lethbridge gets a one-car service, leaving the terminal at Seventh Ayinue North every 40 minutes, going direct to Fair grounds. COSTING LOT OF GET MATERIAL TO .WESTERN Forks, Vug 900, 000 pounds ol hinder tump have been shipped to Ui ind oiks during tht list tight davs ship ment of twine A speciil tram replied help lonighf nuking the total nimibtr oi cus icctivcd 18 The special which reached ;'G rand roiks tonight spt out one oil of twine at C'rookston, nil! go to Rcgma oi Winni- peg, the entire distance by- express. Pour sptciii (wine expifbs trains hive been sent here (lutiim; the pisi week and three arc expected this week Refrigerator express cars hound for Iho western coast in- tercepted Iicce last niglit-.and. retiirn- t" Paul in iibtd for Uine then being cits oi there, billed for this city to relieve the twine shortage. COWBOY KILLED Officers Behind the Big Fair placed a between f -aad CHICAGO FEARSTROLLEY STRIKE Cli.fago A g 1" Development" in in khe atreof cat conlroversv in Chn.ago metttlielnnnglv voted to strike n In i st a turn n I issued carh todav, Traehfd an artilp stage toilny Two v ntcd Important conferences are scheduled j unil HfCtric to be held whioh mij deiermlne whe- rmpioms dcdaied he had ther the men will strike. K vvaa j been working for fivo _wecks to pro- 1 rurc an agreement, between the em-) votod the seaiimeni ol the elevated pmploynw, who are voting on a pro- to is ploywjs of the siiifacc lines anii in ils of UK- companies; f'Thc companies strike, bjit thf result at the hil simpl> plavod with nui com mi tie s" probabit wtll not he said iir, "when ihrv luxe until The nipn no coocesilons Cilgaij Ang mar, a cowboy, in the employ of th'a Stampede 'mnnagement, was thrown by outlaw, horse late Snlnrday afterh6on.'_ FJI- mar's back wan broken.. He died on the way to the hospi: lal. 4 .4 4 4 also a generous JndivtUial evnftit -of gtains Jiid toots A Roal Exhibition One thing that mal es the Leth 3 hndae EUilbitm worth usitiiiR is that r it JB an exhibition ind not a circut Ih'at expression la rrade adv'aedh Ihere be special atti actions of the highest class but thej arc Inry to ind aie not the shoTv as is nearlj the fact at some otbei hibitlons The displi> here is one or the immense natuial wealth and re sources of Southern The (net eilnbifs air a revelation and plnnh the boards of s trade m surroundiug towns are suffi nnrli up in datp to raallte the ad_> vantages of aiicli excellent publicitv These exhibits not brought here r0 nis Etfen though the IK not) it does not- rover one third of the cost of making: the ex hibit I The district exhibits ipell publicih of the right kind Thej ibow the dnctuene'ss 01 the soil the intelli- gence of the farmers and the attract Iveness of .'the district for and aettlement; Well Worth Seeing The Alain building will be tho .at trartioii this The leading bus! nibi) of the cltv are there with artistic diaplajs and the ranlta so thai everj foot) ol space has been utilized presented a busj scene thie morning, aud it wag hoped o the finishing touches on No iroiible or expense Is being to produce pleasing effects and the blf mvillion ivill be worth a visit Tre G'driy Whirl There Is 9. imdv.a> too What Fair would be; ccmplste with- out if The phrenologial, the render the fortune tellei, Mi bel the strange girl, the, merry-go- round! All are there. "And there are others. The "barkers" will he haard in a Niagara like of sound the days. One'side of piaisance is .lined with neat :Ue refi'ophmeut aUmds, the -KtchlbUion company. Artistic and 4> (Continuei: page S) OFFICER KILLED HIS DAUGHTERS Hi1. 'Lust nomnp I-ng 19 ap tim MiJ a 0tT vf h cd to the (.ordon Highlanders who had seen iiHitli Indian s hsl night shut and killed hi-. otinp daughter s cu U u me I ihouldj one ;