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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta / TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1018 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE NAEGELT MADE IN CANADA ,W**l|tf�M Mf>MiQ**uit OMKt�� (PM****1*! Ai! Arrangements Made For The Ordeal-Naegel Still Hopeful On Friday morning of tbia week, Adam NaogoU, the Modiciuo Hat farmer, who last, year murdornd his wifo by poisoning her on their lonely ranch at, SchuW, 25 nitUts northeast oE that city, will pay the supreme penalty Cor hia crime oil tho scaffold at tho provincial - jail, here, Sheriff Young of this Judicial district, in ih charge of tho hanging.and -has all his arrangements mbcle. The death of Naegcl on the scaffold' will make the third "at which Sheriff Young has officiated, Chohltar being the first, the hanging in this case taking pUco^at 'tne ft. N. W. M. P. "barracks Wo* and Carlson, tho Innlsfail farmer, bsln* the second, he paying Uio penalty of hia crime by the rope at the provincial jail. Though the Sheriff Is very reticent about the arrangements which hive been made, the Herald understands that the man who will adjust the Mack mp and tile uaoso will not l>e Hans-man Ellis, although' tho Utter Ih under stood to havo applied for the job. Whether the mac who wjll actually spring the trap (a a Ijethnrtdge man or sot, he la a Southern Alberton, and is understood tq have assisted at similar function* In the old country on loveral occasion** His" name will not be divulged. Everything Ready ^ The scaffold has been eroded aoar the main building at the jail "by- the Inmates" of the jail within tho past, few doyB, and everything is now In order. The jury to pass upon the totality of the- deed has" not yet beon empauneiled. V Still Has Hope Naegel, It is understood, is facing the ordeal unflinchingly, though ho : is yet bomc up by the hope that a l�Bt minute roprlevo will bo r. J. C. Smith, of Calgary, for the;defense gave his opinion that the dug* �were dlseasod and the express company was therefore in no way liable. The counsel will argue the case on March 26th, Mr. Hendric for the plaintiff and Mr. Clapperton for the defendant. Judgment baa also been reserved in the case of Bank of Conhtterce vs. Mah Foo. &r. Dunlop#for the plaintiff and Mr. Harris for the defendant. Judgment was given for the pontiff in the case of Waghorn vs. Porter, a suit over damages to a rented house. The finding was for the amount of $187 and costs. . In the case of Edlund vs. Campbell for damages, written arguments wilj he, submitted by counsel. The case of A. J. Viner vs. Frank Heidenmeii* and Robert Van Nest arose out of the killing of a -heifer by dogs. The decision was reserved. 4 * * *   RETAILERS HERE be installed for the benefit, of the members. An effort will now bo made to secure new members and tho association hopes before long to have every retail'merchant in the city as a member. GRANTED AMNESTY President is N. B. Good-Forty MtrchantB Have Signed Up GO TO WASHINGTON Ottawa, March If*.-An order in council has been passed appointing Frank A. Rolph, Toronto; Ross H. Me-Mastor, Montreal and A. H. Scott, members of the Canadian war mission in Washington. Havana., March ID.-All those wh'i took part in the revolution in February, fin?, except the military, "are granted amnesty by a |>il! which passed the house of representatives yesterday. This measure passed the senate last, week and now goes to the president for his signature. Civil officers arc given the right, by the hill to open the'" way to occupy t.hoir offices by court action. CLE APPEAL HIS CASE C; E. Grower if'foing to appeal the conviction against him under wujua he is now languishing in the penitentiary at Edmonton with two years of hard labor before him. Brower'e brother was* in the city yesterday from Bow island and made the neceaaary deposit with the clerk of the supreme court for the appeal. It is understood the money is being furnished by Brower's father, who ia a wealthy negro of Kansas City. McKay and McKay of Edmonton have been retained as counsel for Brower. Mrs. Sherlock received a cable yen* terday from the admiralty Informing her that her son, Probationary Flight Officer Clarence -oherlock was in American Hospital in Tours, France suffering from scalping of crown of head. The wound is not serious. It was caused by contact with the propeller of his machine. P. B. O. Sherlock joined the aviation branch of the admiralty early last fall and Is evidently now (n active service in that wing. Prior to enlisting he was a member of the Herald editorial staff. . Ps As manner. After which was very eryone present, as to whether (From Our. Own Correspondent) Orion, .March 15.-Driving from two to twenty miles through one to four feet of snow, fifty farmers met at Orion on the evening of March" 12th to consider the advisability of forming an Orion Union"61' the U.F.A. . , Tho meeting was called to order at �ight o'clock with J. W Smiley �a temporary chairman and Carl Shervey a� temporary secretary. Mr. Smiley introduced T. O. King of- Raymond aa' the speaker of the evening. A moat interesting and enlightening speech was given by Mr. King upon the work and ft'ms of the U.F.A. He brought qut tho duty that each tanner owed to himself to organize and thus obtain for himself the justice and- benefits which could be derived in no other Mr. King's- speech, much enjoyed-by ey-the question was put the farmers present wished to organize and form a local union of the U.F.A. It was vo^ed unanimously to do so amid groat enthusiasm. Officers Elected. The following officers were elected for the euauing year; J. W. Smiley as. president and Carl Shervey as seere-tary-tre*asurer. A board of directors was then elected comprising A. R. Thompson, O. S. Barby. S. Flejbaug, A. L. Hurst, Robert Haatle, bscar Brown and George Weeks. Mr. Frank Fuller was elected vice-president, , It was voted -to hold meetings on the last Saturday in each month at two o'clock *n tho afternoon. Thirty-six men signed up as charter members and from all indicatlona^that number will be greatly increased In the near future. In fac^t Orioneplans to have one of the largest and strongest unions in Alberta. This can readily be understood when one stops to "consider the amount of territory we have to draw from: Tho secretary then proceeded to ask tlie members afl to the amount of formaldehyde and gopher poison they would need this year and arrangements were mado with C. .1. Bitter, thw local'druggist, to supply the member.1? with these.articles at a substantial reduction from the prevailing prices. Plans were made to have the next regular meeting on March 30th at two o'clock, after which the meeting was adjourned. Judging from the enthusiasm and marked unanimity of thought on various matters Orion w:ill have a Union which will be a groat service to the farmers throughout this section. Tlie government inspector of stallions was in .Orion last week. According to him the Percharon slalltou own-.od by Andrew Nelson & Co. ia one of tho thrtfe best stallions , In Alberta. Orion is 'fortunate to have such an animal to Increase the quality of Us stock. Mr. J. C. Flynn has returned from a week's visit to Medicine Hat. Mr. M. J. Rogers has returned'from Banff where he has been taking treat-.Jnent in the Drett hospital. We are glad to say that Mr. Rogers has entirely recovered and looking more like himself. Forty Lethbridge merchant? are now members of the Retail Merchants Association, and at a meeting hold in the Board of Trade building last night a Lethbridge branch of tlie association was formed. This branch will be further cemented to the parent, body, the Retail Merchants Association of Canada, when the provincial body is organized shortly. The main business last night was the election of officers which resulted as follows: President-N. B. Good. First Vice-President-J. Second Vice-Preeident- Representatives on the W. J. Nelson, A. Williamson, A. Johnston. J. Russell Oliver was appointed see-jjetary of the local branch. The fee3 were set at $1.50 per month, payable six months In advance, thus providing a working fund for the organization. It is understood a rating system will Relieve Your Liver When your liver is oat of order, your head, stomach, bile and bowels suffer with it. That is why a bilious attack is often serious. Ward it off with a few doses of W. Uawden. W. Shaw. 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The poor little fellow would almost go into spasms; his father could never stay in the room where he was; it would take almost an hour's work to get them to move and never to move without loss of blood. He had been constipated for two years, I think those patent medicines did it. I have known the doctor to be here and give him live tablespoons of castor oil, one every half hour, to get his. bowels to move. We tried four different doctors, one a well known specialist, but none could help him. Three advised operations, said it was the only cure. I have always had a horror of operations and I guess always will. Last April, h� had Scarlet Fever, sir; he lost chunks of blood as big as the size of a marble. We were going to try a well known woman doctor who claims she cures without an operation, when I coaxed < my husband to let me try Nujol. 1 told him even if it didn't help him, it would not hurt. We tried it, started giving him three tablespoonfuls a day, one after each meal, then as his bowels moved better and with less blood, we decreased the dose as per directions. We used two bottles and a half and we cured him; How thankful we were; tears come to my eyes, even now, when I think of how that poor little fellow suffered. Just think, a little tot, hardly able to talk plainly! He has not taken a drop of it since last June,/only occasionally we gi\*e him a dose of castor oil to physic him which acts on him now as on any normal person. I have wanted to write before, but kept neglecting it till I thought perhaps my letter would relieve lots of other people. Again I sa�, God Bless Nujol, and I will never be without it or cease to recommend it. From a mother whose heart will always be thankful for your great remedy for constipation 463 Kiefaber St., Dayton, Ohio. MRS. J. CHAPIN, It is absolutely harmless and may do the same for you. 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