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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume Alberta I gns Number 213 EXHIBITS ALL IN PLACE AND FAIR IS OFF TO GOOD START Every Class the Showing is Bigger and Better Than Last Display of Live Stock jBig Entry List in TheDog Show Proving Big Men Hunt is punmg greater than ling iie completion sUige ant there xu counted on slid Secretary IMcpvas no ilonbl of all being in good Mcol loilu MU we bad llld Ume lho OFFICIALS OF IN CITY Impressed With Jjiiprovcnieiids in the City suers began to gather this ntiLcd for Ltncroiis eunn but to cut lowers and dairy pun1 is ill giciUi linn looked wcre not in Untii this this MIL up the 1013 and uswith everything exhibition wild he a rccordbrcakec the was formore I assistant to fiom standpoint ind prove i Well have to have a flowor show Manager Bury of the western boost for tin aad Southern j exclusively next said an was in the city this lAlbcud cntliusiistic horticulturist is he tried fiom the in a special Vnd it duln t take to find thi jto pack a line exhibit into small tiim He Mdti dcconipanied hv Mrs GEN BOOTH VERY LOW London Aug 0 yCeneral ConjmandeHnjChief of tho Salvation whose health has been fulling ever since he bpjftruted on In May last for the removal of a cataract on his lolt Is rap idly becoming According Iiulletlri is Eiiod this morning by the phy siciarm In General Booths condition gives rise to increased of the Generals rela Lives high officers of the Salvation Army are in attend in close touch with the sick evidence to justify lho glowing re marks of Every partment is i til led to ovcrllowing and it is the fmcsl exhibition over held here or anywhere else in lVlhcrla for that There is no department lacking in live and other lines Hall and Miss General Super in Mcrchants Are Loyal icmlcnt Superintendent The magnificent pavillion is tilled ofthe Craiihrook Penny varied and one could Goode and not help but he impressed with the The party was here specially to look fact that local merchants loyally after the arrangements for the park stand by the Such houses ing of cars during the week of ehe as Arthur flicksDry Sell Hentlev s Kirltham s Camp j I were taken about the m which revcaJi the agricultural wealth the Alherfca automobiles by Mavor oi the country it is an exhibit ofJMddleu and n iunt tastMcKillop and I I Mamormg Ihe i Inch the ciU Ins reason to ily arranged In this buildparty visited the fair and ing the pnno ani i number offtooJc a general of the situa the outside business interests havetion They were much taken BRANDONNOW AFTER ITS POHCE Charged that Jail ed to Interfere in a Nasty Case Aug a public meet HARRIS CANNOT APPEAR IN GILLESPIES BEHALF BECKER PUT IN WORSE feel The stock stables are filled with Sam Evidence Before Grand Jury is Most Damaging New Schepps was again thecentral figure in the Rosenihal murder case when he appeared before the Grand to repeat the story he told DistrictAttorney in which he many essential de tails the confession of Bald Jack Beck in the killing the East Side ganvhler It was Schepps which Whitman desired Grand Jury to hefore returning further in dictments in the Rosenthal The was clearly confident that hefore nightfall indict nieiits would he returned against Int held here tonlglu there much en persons Those to be indicted are indignant criticism offered of the poi slld to be Rosenzweig Leftj lice organization in the citv durinr Judge Winter Rules That He Has No Status a Never Said a Suspended Engage Other r for His Until f If a bomb had exploded in the trict Court room this florouitz the Blood Cirofici animals the pride of their owners and exhibits and these with tlie district the imprcn m cuts in the giounas itne ihsence of Chief liojd fiom town rjago Frank and Ahieller Whites indiudual armors and buildings suite the r last usit I At the closa of the meeting whichI the four alleged murderers noral roots biking ami Jnd Lvprcsscd the opinion that Leth lllaa hel1 ln the Y M dairy displays go to crowd the bridge Ind evlubition grounds which fully tlemonsirating that the west is quiteabreast of Jn cafctlc there magnific while the horses are ground floor and give the sightseer were second tq none in the much to see and think I causing of the equine race to go into etfstacies In the poultry building there are and there fulh one thousand entries ind t of ianc fine art and brio easii the biggest collection of fowl aurac ei ei seen in the ap But what particularly drew their A hall deputation attended tlie se sion of the CH Council and lodged a com plaint Withthe city After several indignant speeches had been which had assembled the beginning of the judicial enqqlij into the charges Joseph Gil suspended of not have 1een more startled than they were when Judge Winter announced that Harris wouk not be allowed to represent Joseph because Harris ho standing in the legal profession ol the announcement was made right at the very resulted In an adjournment of the case until Thursday morning at ten When the Judge informed the Chief of the position in which he had plac ed himself in Harris as his latter never said He realized his and Chief had to address the court in hia own It is understood that when the en quiry again oilThursday Crim inal lawyer of will be pre Jn i i several uiuignaut B pee cues uau oeen Upstairs the Iidies the space attention tht ml made bj certain proqiment citizens f hesame thought ot bigness to all other The growing importance of sheep decidedly pleasing ar i the business section of tho cit iluij including Rev R Laid law Major ing the past few Gait Gardens and the street car system have done more to Judging Started lolav Fleming piomlscd that the v hole ques dusttv is seen m fine exhibits from U ill be Judging to start this morning Lethbridge a than anything aud Vill continue Itiday thev thought it is expected to be completed tion of police administration would be taken up wiQrSfTieu to retorm The ni connection iUth an alleged scandal parade of all j well known farmi Ihe hog pens are exhibition alter seuous congestion thi also well filled with mammoth aod noon and it will be a sight well the early hancst xmi miniature specimens and quite m form nnd color Tho Dog oiiort Tie dog show will 65 entries whiih and reveals that this department of the exhibition is Regarding the car shoitaje Supt i said that he did not loot tor a was raaltieated M a pro us fall citizen m a pihate bouse the early was later asked to leave uorth seeing H take plicc at menl of giim to the lake front the city More will be of the o clock and as that Kill be Citi hL thouglit it Vxould he im t mattei and that has been ens Dij a buinppr crowd is looked to later mi brought to light at a public meeting for the Fill the lakes freve I H Is Ukeh that there will be a thor Tn the Slables Regarding geneial conditions m the ough mvestigition ot the All the stock wis not on hind Ml Hall mosi optimistic expanding Thr doggies were notjnoming ind judging m some geierilh ib good the brought until toda hut it was ev inonU is auditing the iroutlook is lor on oi the nosi pros pccted that all be on deck for rival 0 a train from porous years the west has ever cx llns aftcinoon jlhne are some fine herds o cittle perienced Crop all the west Ihe Mam Building Fiom Ontario Tow a Saskatcheuan no good and crop conditions ate The mam building carlj this mom ind other states and mces which ccllent crops Mi Hall shotted the results of a Irenuous made the circuit of the big lairs thought that other business would Everything was Continued on page get on a sound basis which will car I CAR BURNED AS TRAIN TRAVELLED MAIL AND EXPRESS CAR ON RUINED EXPRESS DES TROYED Y Dauphin Aug combination tr and ma 1 car on the Canadian Xo i Winnipeg to Edmon caught fire about this morn i ing east or Mikinak The origin of t the file is a imsten pcacticalU all i of the express wis destiojcii while the mail H is supposed that a lamp exploded or that cvpiosnc express matter cuiscd the f itre which in a very few minutes had insido car in a mass of flunes Ihe eipress reached fot the signal cord stop the but it had already teen in The fire rapidly bpicdd and he was torncicd being un stop the which was rushing along scheduled He made a dash for lho door to leap from the flum tnm hey pull ed into Makioak and The express messenger was badly burned and was sent back Winnipeg I this The damaged car was cutoftat Makitiak and ihc mail was brought on to Dauphin in a bos FOURTH IS FUTURE STREET iy the west through may One of coming cities of the said another of party speaking of He placed the emphasis on the the1 FLOOD ENGLAND WITH CHEAP AUTOS Daily Express makes the startling as that a number of Am erican manufacturers arc at tempting to flood the British market with American automo biles soiling at THAT IS BELIEF WELL KNOWN MAN WHO IS ERECTING 3LOCK the Calgary real es tate who has large holdings in was the city and let the contract to Leader Goode for the erection of a block oi six stores fronting on Fifth Street on purchased from the Bank of Commerce at the corner of Fifth street and Fourth avenue The block will be solid brick am will lor the present be only one storey but is to be constructed so as to allou of another storey being Sinnott states if the city goes ahead as he he wi likely in two years commence the erec tion of the big building ho has in con temptation and it will face ou Fourth avenue which he firmly believes Is to be the coming business He has investments several cities and bis judgment baa so far proved to be right m sizing up the business trend of a The block to be Creeled now he increased in sixc should tlie citys growth not warrant tho big bul Sinnott has ajwayo on Letbbridgo and ho sees no for changing his Ho thinks thnt Calgary and LethbrJdge arc both hi for a forward move this coming fall and Tho contractors under bond o complete the new block by October having two mouths In which to com plete the the LAYS STONE OF NEW SCHOOL CEREMONIES IN CONNECTION WITH MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL TOMORROW The Minister John of will lay the corner Jack Snllhan William Shapiro to Chief Gillespie J Lieut Becker on a seding indict announcing that he wished o hoi the case till the Calgary train sent immediately Paddy Nolan was the man he was waiting The action of His m lefusing to allow C Harris to appear half or Chief is In line with a statement to that evfedt published in the Herald the day it e carae known that Harris would handle the Chiefs case It pointed out that iC the case was heard before a Karris not allowed to appeal on account oE bis bavins no standing In the piofession in the province of This was pointed out to Chief Gil but he was comment that no such actioncould be taken C F Hai ris himself also stated m most emphatic terms thatH no court m the land could keep him from appearing before a judge in a the Heralds tumor proved The principals m the case eie in ScheppB has tod the District At torncj that he talked TUth Becker a few hours before Roeenthal was and with went out to get an affidavit from Cora the divorced Scbepps told ride town ou the night of the of flight ot and Rose Baited forthe newsTof Rbsehthals It was after flic murder was com mitted that Schepps played his most important part in Rosenthal af fair That was as a go between for Beckeivand thepanic stricken Rose lwbo was hiding in an uptown apai tment Chouse Schepps said he made several Rfckfr to con suit withhim as to what course Rose should e Becker he said ad remain in but Rose was thoroughly and wanted himself Several Miank officials who have In formation regaiding Lieut Backers bank have been suhpoened to appeal Le ore the Giand Jury BANQUET BORDEN ON SEPTEMBER 10 homecom ing Premier Borden by the Association has been fixed for September at the artd promises to SIR MAX ATKIN RESIGNS Max Atkin announced today that bad retired from presidency of the Hoyal Se curities Cooperalion and would do vote more of his time lo British nol He is to bo succeeded by Aft of the Bank of The party arrived back from of the new manual an elaborate ariair trip about and proceeded on Fifth near the Csn tial school tomorrow forenoon at TO FRENCH Among the speakers will DOMINION LEADER and Frame Abbe professor of and president of the recent French died citizens while the proceed be varied by choruses from he school The a Lonfldn closely connected Soiith American last on day at Little be an inleresting of the that cover brothers He was one of it is to be hoped that there thousands of mileJj ind will last principal organizers of the a large assemblage of TWO NEW MINISTERS ADDED SASKATCHEWAN Messrs Langley and Bell Become Members of the McNabb Becomes Minister of Public Work of Calder Scott Minister ot Education Two Minister New Ministers members of the Saskatchewan who takes the port ernmenf sworn in Provincial formerlyheld by Archio bringing the number of ministers the latter becoming Minister In the Scott government to Bureau of Public Public is an was born in The two ministers are the Department of He came to Canada in the Minister of Municipal in ho future be administered of In Saskatchewan he and lion George under the known as a successrni and The increase in the been pfomiiiently identified with sonnel of the Cabinet has permitted of giving wider elevation of Limgley and grain growers As a speaker he has few equals in the pro MiUon of which are office will necessitate disposed of as iu berry and the mnv ProUncial WALTER day has been fixed at one time resided In of the Council and Minister of with polling on He resides at he conducts a blacksmithing TellnquiaheH the During the limn has eral and Provincial of Public and in lho he has im lighter Department of hoth sides of the House with Hallways jiid who was much As a debater he IK force haviiiR tlie departments of and his summons to a seat in the of Provincial a Bell Is ot gives up Scotch born In He in Brant OnL 1 the court room police court appeared with the books of the Police Depart which were laid on the table for Neatly all the sohci in the city were uafa a feeling that Judge would take the actioubo did wlthi regaid to Harris About half a cloven of for the city were pre while alargenumber of Intel ested spectators occupied Judge Springs Bomb 1 Judge Wnitei entered the court room at S acting for the handed the resolutions ins Chief Gillespie with thiee charg and delegating Judge Winter to hear the Have the details hecil handed to Gillespie Ball that they had Judge WinterMr I just receit eel a letter from you delegating full authority to represent you to Mr cannot represent He has uq legal status as a and you must he repre sented by under the Adjourned Till Thurtday Chief Gillespie conferred with agent for a after which asked that tho cite be adjourned till Thursday morning at ten There was some discussion whether the case should lie on Thmsday owirjg to Thuia i afternoon being a ciUc addi essing the said that the charges enteied Chief wore of such a serious nature that he was anxious that the hearing be helii with as little delay as He said he n an willing tOyln invenlence himself to miss attend ing the but he did not wisVJo woW any hardship onthe witnesses the court said the witnesses must theie need be no i Chief addressing stated that lie would be ready to continue the case tomorrow after after the arrhal of the tram from His objected that the train did not ainve until tlrree i It wasVInalis decided to begin the iwiiragi on Thursday at with the understanding that the case may bo adjourned noon until ten oclock on with the likelihood of completing the evi dcnce early on Saturday Ihe ordered the witnesses to appear on Thursday morning at ten when the case will be pro ceeded YOUNG GIRL BURNED TO DEATH In a Fire Which Consumed Ranch Home Near Were Away at the Time Vug 11FiiB ness and the mother m the hoiise and outbuildings belonging Mr 1 McGmrD on Ins ranch miles north of this evening IMS tirl u Ictt tecn was in the IioaC t the time the lire 7and was burn ed to death The origin oi1 the lire is as from the ireagro ti nd it appears that house at the the father being the a neighbors parties in Pabshurg on see ing the liaslencd torender but by the time they reached the firo had gol such a hold that it practically impossible to do anything to ihc buildings The charred of the girl arris found in the rums P McGuire and farailv resi dents of and moved on to their ranch some two months ago and for a busi1 ihc parents in their bereavement CHINESE LEADER WAS REPORTED ASSASSINATED I1 Vug imnuring as to the safe tliat Sun at pnm1 of the loimcl rMolutionatj lead sional prcbitlcnt ot had hecn assassinated in Pckin today by the j According to rumors placarded in Sun had left soldiers of President Yuan Shi Kai shanghai for Pckln yesterday to un caused great CACitcmcnl in Chinaj dcrtaLc to tlir Republic fiom a The Illinois could not threatened of hostilities as be tiaced to jnv authentic lint lie result o the ot Gcner larying accounts of the alleged Chans Ulien Wu and Wcng sassnution posted on bulletin a son oi boards tlirougbout thr Chinese said tonight that he had tecciv ter U the oi the Consulid no verification oi the rumors that General and the two Chinese dailj his fathei had been assassinated Tho newspapers no niMs of an attack man much on Sun had been received and the fhc but believed that jf altat of his death was given little tempt had been inane on hisMathtrs report J1ifc hewould have btcn Cahlegrams wcre dispatched to ;