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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TlMSPAt, MARCH 19, 6l8 THE LEtHBRlDGR DAILY HERALD PAGE NIKB 10 SCAFFOLD HERE FRIDAY DRNl All Arrangemehts Made For The Ordeal-Naegel Still ':Hopeful''  On Friday mbrnlnlB, ot this" we�k, AdamNaogel, the Medidno flat larmj er, wUo laet year ;nurdored his wlfo by poisoning ,her oa theJr lonoly ranch at Bchu'lor, S6 mIloB northeast ot that city, will paytha atipronie peri-altj? ^br hU crime oA tho scaffold at the provtni^ial ? Jajll, here. Sliorltt Young ot Utl8 judicla]: dlstirlct'U i\i cborgo pf ,t^g :^arigli^|f.;and,hBB ap hla rrangemebtii; iniiut!. , , The death of Ndegol on the acaifold wlU mare to thIVd-atWHrch Sherlft Toung has'-oKiolated;' Chobltar being the (Irst, the hanging In this case tak-jub place-it Vkin. N; W. M. P. 'bar-raclu b9fF aad Carlson, -the Innlifall farmar, balac the itedond,, he ^yixit the panalqr ol i>U orline by the rope at tho pri^TlBolal-Jail., � � Though 'tho� dharltt ta very retioant about the arrangetnenta which tit* h�an mad�r th^ '^HofAld underatanda that tho tnaa irtio wllf adjoat the black m� and the 90oao ytill not be Uaac-aan Bllia, al^ioofh' tho latt�r in unrldge zoau-or not, ha la m-Bo>^thern Albertan. and 1a�it, few (lays, and everythlh'g Is nrilf, ifi order. The jury to pas'S upon the In-faUty ot tho- daad has^nbt yat baon empaunailed. ... V 8t(|l Haa Hop* Nae^, It Is understood, la fadnR the ordsal nnfUnchlagly, though ho its yet bOrne ap by the bop� that a last minute raprtevo will bo-> grantad � by tho departmont of. juatWe^at .OttAwa. For aomo time etftt^^ .hla appaal'. ma dismissed by ^thesnpnmt) court �� bano he was ddwnltoained;. anil'the''j&II ottlolals had 4U(to\U(i(*MB-getting hlai to tiric'e qnoitt^'liQurlshnie^V^'VwerB Jlseased andtlic express companzWM therefore In no way itable. fbo-eouiv sel will argue the case on March iiSth. Mr. Ifendrlo for the plaintUt atid Mr. Clapperton for the defendant.' Judgment has also been' Vmiory^d in' thb"' case of Bank' of CoimHor^9 vs, Mah Foo. l(lr.. Dunlop�(or'the'Jftlaln-tlft fttid Mr. Harris for the deiehdint. Judgment was given for tha'^UiJri tiff in the case of Wsghom vs: Porter, a suit over damages to a rent^d'houso. The finding was tor the arao\jnt~of $187- and costs. ' v'.];.! In the case of Bdlund vs, (jaihg>bel] for damages, written argumontft nril| be, submitted by counsel. , , , Tho case of A. J. Vlner vs. Frank Heidonmeir ajid Robert vfn i lies't arose out of the killing of a-ji^ter by dogs. The decision was -re�fr|e�|. J) Ordinary Form, of Oatiit is B,elng :'i Adiinini^tered^^h^ugh Law-yers Wanted Chinese Mah Shoo and hanti Sam ar� a�alu on trial 1b Su^prajno Court, a special sesalon to hear tbr��idlng. It -vHm the case ot the Orowii ogalnat.ttiaad CelestliUsholopo-lilr. Instloe tvea In jtbe Siiprom* '(Jourt on March .7th. In iirhich, th^' jury.-..disagreed causine tha ordering ot th^ .ne!�r trjal which dtieri-today. Th# jury .emp�nelled this tnoroiitg ooiiB|i|tod of James Uosa,-jr B. TerrlU.i^ITrad Home, ttorbert L. Uold, jArthi)r ^BarnsKcf and " Ijouis Keel. Tho eharga-against tha two men is baset^'Dn. the nllegod aosault and robbary ofvOhlnv Um, another Celestial, to wbicU hg declared ha was! relieved of 1360. ,' \  - The same oW trpiiblq over thW form FOKEMOST (From Our Own QorraiDooaMtt . Foremost, Alberta, March 8th.- Mr, Tom. Fraaklsh has returned tr^m his trip ^ast. He brought back Bvbeautiful specimen ot, a mooso head, tp] J mounted. Jlr. Wlltse has returned from Call' fom *.,'Mr.Dr. Campbell, president of Fore ^inost Red Cross, has rosignod. Mr. D. Terry Jias beeu chosen to fill the office.- Foremost Red Cross, ahice Its Inception, witli Mrs. Beatty as prdsl dent, and during Mrs. Campbell's term of office, has, made wonderful progress. Pi-actlonlly every lady in town Is a member, and while some are eH' thualasta, all are doing their bit. The K.P's. of Pordmost held a sup per and danoe this week. It was. complo.to success.  �  C. E. BROWER WILL President is N. B. Good-Forty Merchants Have Signed Up Gf E. Brower Idolng to appeal the conviction againat him under wuic-n he Is, now languishing in the penitanuary at Edmonton with two years of hard tabor before him. Bfower's brother was in the city yaaterday troia Bow island and mado the naeosiary deposit with the clerk 'o(^ the supremo court for tha appoal. It Is undaratood the monay is bolng furnished by Browor'a father, who Is � ^vaalthy nagro ot Kansas City. Mo-Kay and MoKay ot Edmonton hara been rotainod as counsel for Browar. bo Installed for tho hon()tlt ot the members. An effort will now be made to secure new members and tho association hopes before long to have every retall'merchant in the city as a member. oo to WASHINGTON Ottawa, March 19.-An order in council has been po.ssed appointinR Frank A. Rolph, Toronto; Rosa II. Mc-Master, Montreal and A. H. Sqott, member's of the Canadian warralssiou in WoshlRgton. , granted amnesty Havana, March 19.-All those Wha took part In the revolution in February, f917, except tho military, "^re granted amnesty by a J)ill which passed the house of ropresentatives yesterday. This measure passed the senate last week and now goes to the president for W.i signature. Civil officers are given the right,by the bill to open the' way to occupy thoir offices by court action. Forty Lethbrldge merchants are now members of the Retail Merchants Aaioclatlon, and at a meeting hold in the Board ot Trade building last night a Lotbbridge branch of tho association was formed. This branch will be further cemented to the parent body, the Retail Merchants Association of Canada, when tho provincial body Is organised shortly. T^e main business last night was tha election ot officers which resulted as follows: . President-N. B. Good. First Vice-President-J. W. Bawden. Second Vice-President-W. Shaw. Repreaentativas on the Executive- W. J. Nelson, A. Winiamaon, A. Johnston. J. Russell Oliver was appointed sec-latary ot the local branch. The fees were set at |1.60 per month, payable six months In advance,; thus providing a working fund for the organization. It Is understood a rating system will Kelieve Yoiir Liver When your liver is oat of order, your bead, stoniadi^ bile and bowels suffer with it. Ttiat is vthy a bilious attadc isoften serious. Ward it off with aiew doses ol teEGMM'S PILLS whfcb gently aronse a shigglsh liver, and renew the aetiTtties n necessary to good health. They never produce any dlsegreeabte after-effects Thnr prompt use is beneficial to the ayttem, and witt Prevent @ilioui Attacks IVerIk a Calaca  / 9tgmfft aal* br Thm�M BMcbm. Si. HrfwS. I ��ff�iHw. rail-g Mrs. Sherlock received a cable ye> ferlng from scalping of crotirn ot head. The wound Is not aartous. It was caused by contact with "tha propeller of his machine. P.- B. O. Sherlock joined tha Avla^ tlon branch of the admiralty early las^ fall and is evidently now (n active serrloe in that wing. Prior to anltit-Ins he was a member of tha Herald editorial staff. ORl FliTs ,F.A. ADAMS l|il�KJ[4jGK ' .... '" - *' ^ She, will greet you with . .-a ^^lilile if, ^vety Wedr jiesday night, yoii/take . --^her-Adams Black Jackr loarseness away. 1 tiil . �sniffy... . . CFroin -Our. Own Correspbad^ntj Orion, March 15.-Driving from two to twenty miles through one to tour feat of snow, fifty farmers met f�t Orion on the evening of March-^lStl) lo consider the advisability of fo'rinins an Orion Union ~bC the U.F.A. . . The meeting waa called to order t^t Ight o'ckick with J. W Smiley aa^tem^ porary chairman and Carl SherYJey aa temporary secretary. Mr. Smiliay Introduced T. O. King of^ Raymond at tho speaker ot the evenlbg. A: moat interesting and enlightening jipeoqii was given by Mr., klngupon the vrorh and Ji'ms of the U.F.A. -He brougbi; and thua'i'obinlit for himself the justice -and- hM)attt| which could be derived iij. no^oUlAr manner. After Mr. -King's* ai whloh was very much enjoyed -py XTr eryone present, the question->ri^t^\|tHi lis to whether the farmers-^'p^oaent wished to organize and form f'TeqaV union of tho U.F.A. It. was .votad anlmously to do so amid graat^nihu stasm. 5 r Offlcera Elaotad. . . TJie'following, officers were eUoioA' for the ensuing year: J. W.,Sro)ley aa^ 'President and Carl SherTeylaalSfprp-tary-treasuror. A board of dlreptora' was than elected comprifiiiig AV'R^ Thompson, O. 3. Barby, 9.� yUfl�{k|i' Fuller waa elected vijEe-preslde^tf'V U' was voted~to hold meetings on the U�l Saturday in each' month at] two o'clock In the ;,afternoon, TUlfty-ilx men signed up as charter menDbprp and from all indications^that numhsr will-be greatly increase?'in th^ t^e^r future. In fact OrlonipUns to h^vf one ot the largoat and strongei^t U|t(on|^ in Alberta. ' This can readily bq underr-stood when one -atopa to X;onsidf^ the amount ot territory wo have'to drilW from.'  c- Tho secretary then proceeded to Hsk Uie members ae to tho amount-bf fovr maldelTyde and gopher poison , t^ef: would need - this year and aminge-ments were made with C. J. Rltteri-the locafdruggist, to supply the hiem% hers witir theso,articles at a (mbntap-i' tlal reduction frohi the prefj|]|}Bg prices. ' , Plans were made to bavettl^ Itexl' tegular meeting on March 30th at'til^'Q o'clock, after which the meeting wai) adjourned. ' i .Judging from the authuslaiip Itad marked'unanimity pf thought'on Var^ ioua matters Orion \Mll have  iUnloiii which will be a.great service'^a].:i,||i tampers throughout thla sectibii. -> . The government inspector Of linns w"JB Ju .Orion last week,'* .^QPpnf-' ing to him the Perohoron 4tiill|09 pw))-!; .od by Andr&w Nelson ft Co. U.ene p( the. three beat atalllona^in 'Alberta!' Oi'ion Is'fortunate to have> t|)i^ 'an .anlmjil to.inoroa'se the quality ot.'lU' -stock. � ' , . V- ; ]"�, , Mr, Ji. 0, Flynn has returned tram .week's visit to Medicine Hat. ! � Mr, M, J. Rogers has returi)a))'toant; Banff whero he has been. tfiJIdiig )iri|jKt .4uont- lu the Brett hospital,Vif^g^ -glad to say that Mr.^ltogers hH^j'fpi"-' ly recovered and looking mora hiMJSelf. .. , .. ' . Mrs. Chapin says : Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) \ / NUJOL'Department, 26 Broadway, New York City. DearSira?- , I don't ttiinic there was ever anybody, man woman or child, who was or is more conetipated than my little three year old boy was. He Was so bad before we got him the'Nujbl that we would have to leave his bowels unmoved for three or four days, then use almost a quart of water �n a syringe to move them. The poor little fellow would altnost go into spasms; his father could never stay in the room vvhere he was; itwould 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 yearn. 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 halt hour, to get his, bowels to move. We tried four different doctors, one a well known ispedalist, 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 wll. Laat April, h� had Scarlet Fever, 4ir; he lost chunlcs of blood as big as the size of a marble. We were going to try a well known woman doctor who claim.s she curea without an operation, when I coaxed-my hiisband to let me try Nujol. 1 told him even if it didn't help himi 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 leas 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 diink 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 give him a dose of castor oil to physic him which acts on him now as on any normal person. J have wanted to write before, but kept neglecting it till I thought perhaps my . letter would relieve lots of othier, people. Again I sa Canadian SalUiv, Agents CHAItLRB GYOE ft SON � P-P, 9m 875. Montreal -i-p^---- 441 ;