Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 12 j I TH jj LKTinmiDGK PAILV HER ALT) .GOING INTO THK MUCH MIXED AFFAIRS. IF THE UNION ALVA h. ion. BRISTOL, X. B., Jrtv: "1 lamsihlttosay ecocRh ia i ,VFraiVa-lIrcs" ts itsaveiiny life restored meto heillb. when 1 hid given up all Lope a.cd MrUea Itft doctors fiileJ to do anjlMag core for I Ibis 1-ft me enable to wait or trip ztryself, the .Coyiilpation'-of-tbe i good ard I wretched in j .way. FiniHy. I took for Corsllpatioa, sad it cpt only' j cared me of that trouble bet gradually 1 fruit medicice tosed ap .ths j actiul Ij cured th e peralyrii. Vrid er tb e use cf' 'FraSt-a-Ux I g reV i Saturday, November S, Heaves food BOARD OF TRADE WILL AP- PROACH MISLEAD- ING STORV OF SOCIAL FUNCTION Jury Disagreed .in Poisoning Case ss I aai -w ell 'zd tar store every, day ALVA is the only remedy m the world ttiat is Je of f rnit juices 'tonics. C. a box, 6 for trill site, 25 At dealers or sent on receipt of price Ly I.iiaKsd, Ottawa. HARRY LADDER'S ENOAGEMENTS Lonjon. Nor! Lacier has entered into an .engage-Bent with Jhe. Glasgow Pavilion management to appearance there atter Ills world tour.': His'contract calls foe .to him of the uuprccedented for one week's per- Afs_' you Trpro and d Irylcg to get them sober and kes p tiem- iLat- way Do ihay promiss seep acd tbon-go out, and qrunfe agalnit.DQ tfiey do" not tlecfelve yoa aod themselves vilful, but because they arc poisoned with-' alcohol and ..'caaaot resist Uia craving, for drink? You wires ol dnnbinj men .can have EOber bosbancs and sons if yoj Bend them to tiie Xeal Institute.- .The Treatment is a safe sure vege- friablo remedy that i; craving for drink la j'put jthe> UBS .hypodermvc.-: lajec- tions" aq d restore iybtir hcsband .or. son "Call 'at Ihe PhpheiV'._4525 from Front "-The hotcje.present- ed an ibe Tdiuefs that some IJqUirt had fceon poured into the feoule. und tben poured out, rarUcIes of- tho substance-, on. of tbe bottle, Khlcb Dr. Hevell on path were strychnine. The substance iii the bottle was the same form of strycn- rJce.as that in the cuy. hearing1' Bonson's description, of his coalition, witness would say- It answered to symptoms of chnlne po'soniag1. and his condition upon the occasion ot his visit to tho Mersden would ictlicate a late sttse of poisoning. These opinions nre baled on the liitU'of time t'Q- the taV-ir.g of the and tbe thirst li.- which Boason .was seized ?ater oat the ElKfness of his "power over his muscles, all pointed "to cuing" by strychnine. No other pols- W could" pi Questioned' the .thought-; that :-it, was-.not-, an easy_ last.to fora. an. absolute conclu- made soine time alter- an oo-, cturence- froni' by persons who did cot have a medical education. .The symptoms irohi'-a. dose such as Bonsoa took woald be continued two hoars. It is a pecaHarily no symptoms can be prog need a. portion ol it -reaches the nervous syslenv which would require aiout fifteen The may continue longer than two hours; they ere'n! "continue" tor" twelve ILLNESS Stewart Tdli How She Suffered from 16to45 :ofct-How Cured .hours. A re-absorption of the stry- chnine niisM'' occur, which would causo :aymptoais to" re-appear or be continued- IE quite soluble Jtf. fonnd in whiskey. II .the were allowed to remfcia ia-'lhe strychnine bottle tor ten rain-, rites, 'enpugii'.Etfychritne wbuM.be dis- solved -be attribute! to ar.y, other cause than sirycTiDine i-t.- Revellr "Tht sweating and flushing "might Vottld not indicate" SLJTchnfee iyt but cbnUnuo'Jsly. Some of the symptoms might have tijjen caused by alcohol, but tht con- vulsions would not" Some time was on the ques- tion aa to whether the characteristic bitter 'taate of strychnine would pass a pcrzon's-taate unnoticed, even If dissolved in whiskey, Dr. had come contact several drinks ot -lupWmU, of total icaorence, of how lo'care-for myself raixVjre had leaa taken by 'takiagcoH when going toschool, I auf- would seem to inr ferii CTOM'.o.dkpiaceinwit, and each Nicate .with an india- math severe pains and1 criminating which 8 lay-off from work -nine; in; whUkcy' vtlhouli no1 for two te four froca Urns I bitter.'characteristic laste. iAptlcing tlie I to Kaniis to tree with ray sis- ier wid while Hero a doctoi (old me of' UK Plnkbun but I did ncfusa them u my faith in pttcht'n'edi-' After my sisUr died iome to OMo to Uva ij for the lul 18 years. "Tts Cfatngfl of Life came when 1 wajr inspector .Llbasaj'.. J.P.j.was the 'called.'.' "lie tte cup anil bottle as those eitilbiled ot tbe prelimlnarr, and also the pa- pere recording conviction on. the-charge or stealing overcoat and Bonson's money. ft years old and about.this time 1 saw jare evidence tb'at he had my phyBical plainly r seen Bonson on Ihe 3rd, 'and that he in OTe of year Then I (was in Ms usual health.: He was began uaicj Lydia B. Pinlriam's. yeg- I riuestloaed closely by. the defence etible Compound snd 1 canrwt tell you Id tte prac'tJce ot poisoning go- or ona tbe relief It in Uie phera..' He hid used atryrtnlne from firat monlha. U put mo right Ibat exbtbited. led need not )iy off m which purchaacd at .Spring an-1 daring Oie Iwt 18 years I have not .Strychnine had been paid out two dollars to a In the aback by him; two m'ontha prt- wteafe i ea. rmt a ccmfortaHs little jcit by ae-winr and nursing IfMByemneH. lliaverecoromefiriwj m Cfmfamt to many with (pod re- ac Ufj eictllent to btfors EVELYN EapWrcia, Ohio. X ry wut.iftdii write io _J Muvrtmi A Accuied Taket Stand on being called by hlfi atatod that ho was dghlten feare of wan born fa York. Kng- lanfl, and haa been In Canada thirty He remembered the night, Rfcout alne o'clock. -'He- refused a drraJc hi had tacn'drinking nlfht before, and did not Benson, who was a'fuo Ceotfog for the whiiikBy and dranlt It. Shortly he fell on the floor, accustd helped to the Tho flral 'time accused had tfco w] It hss shareholders and policy hold- ers all over Canada. It was brought out that defunct'Unlon. Life paid dividends out of deficits, and that fn the National Agency, one of the affiliated compsnlei of the Un- ion Life, sold in the Old Country and is new "practically worthiest. it was exhibited at the preliminary hearing. "It Bonstm found that bot- tie ia ray 1 say he put it thore hirnseJf. Bocson was not very saber rhen.he came liome." Stinging CrosE-ExarhTnEticn Prosecutor: is your Rean." you use'tbe name _ "Because I vranted" to cross tUe line arid they wouldn't let me-croEs under my own "name." "Did you tell you were go- ing to quit." you leave your wbat_l tooh." Heaii quietly appircni vilEissociate accuEcd from 1C" "I along Vith other''social was j ioiiedisipponnceorthckcidtrhci.no As to the ascertaining of the intent, j handed in for publication, in (he usual j Mliounxn, tie return of his LotdsUip did not say mueb, only rointiug out It? dilfcreuce In the serlo-JsneEs between the flret charge and the second tu-o. The jury left the crowded court room at 6.15. The sworn in yesterday morn- ing consisted of Chas. Golsalve, Chfcs. Cramer, C. n. Daniels, Adolphe Wnr- zer, J. Grnase and p. D. McKahb. MOVEMENT FROM DULUTH .Nov.- More than bushels of .grain were ship- ped ironi the head of- the laXes. to Chicago and Buffalo yesteixlay, and with other vessels arririns light for grain, the movement from this port is expected, to increase from now until the close of navigation. This move- ment is (he. result of a reported im- provement in the elevator situation tn Buffalo, -according to Dulnth ship- pers. Silpplies in elevators here and at Superior have increased during the past three days. The aggregate ara- ount on is estimated at OOI) bushels a" 000.050 Shippers still persist in the pre- Bonjon had suffering from stry- chnine poisonfus. Counsel thought that 11 was-impossible for even a med-i ical man to that this diction that the close of the season was tbe. case; lie find a large nmount of grain ua- :--i .11. shipped, despite the better movement of the past weet.- tor, being'In of the Crmvn, night his.opinions., Then, iionsbn wb'jld k'now Ihe stry- chnine taslo. Hej'bad.been used to rilng whiskey. ;and would detect any olhor -subsUMce as strong as strychnine; and the fact that he did act, Mr. Sm'th's euaWe tbe jury to lest the veracity of his statements. The only evidence that Beau ever hid in his Etkiemontjaf Bon- lost' his1 ir.oney, KOOld natnrally wish to see Bean con- victed. In fact, (here -Eas'a-poEslblllty that Bonson placed- tbe boitle in Kan's suitcase himself, or even put its con- tents.In the cup. "On the evidence submitted, men, you oJjiht to entertain a doubt as to the guilt bMhls'-youDg man, and 1 csk you to give him the of that dp'-ibl. The Crown has not prov. en bis guilt, aad until this I; done, be is an innocent man. It is un to the Crown to prove that he Is guilty, not for ua to prove tbat wo aro Innocent." With this statement tie volunteer counsel for the'accused left the case lo the discretion ot the jury. Chargj of Crown Sir. "Gentlemen, if you believe the evidence of the Crown, 1 submit that we have proven this young man's juilt.. The doubts pri-seed by my learned friend are con- trary to the evidence." The fact that the accused failed to give a sat- isfactory reason for changing 1 the evidenw-of Mariden, who. recognized symptoms of strych- nine poisoning on Bonsoii; Dr. Rev. ell's statement lhal there was nothing! to which all oi the symptoms could point bat slrytliniao 'poisoning, were the strongest points against the ac- cuiid. an-1 all 10 his guilt. And tr.e finding of the bottle arnonssi the accused's 'belongings' coulii polDt to nothing else hut a connection be- tweoD .the tK-b. Charge to Jury Lordahlp Jir. Justice Simmons poinud out that It woulj be nccc-F- for the jury to -atlsfy .themselves that Ilonson looi strychnine In Ihe way he s.ild lie did; that'lhoy must also satisfy themselves that strych- nine was administered by Roan, nhd that It was placed there by him intent either to kill, endanger the life of, or injure Itonton. On the first poinf, his lordship thought the evidence was very strong, fact almon positive. n-ay, and appeals to have, caused an- noyance in tiie wanner in it was worded. The or rather light refreshments, wns served at an early hour, and a pleasant evening uas spent, the guests leaving long before midnigbt, and we regret that there has been any feeling in the matter, as there was no intention on the part of the writer to publish any- thing lo cause ill-feeling "or annoy- once. FULL STEAM FOR VERA CRUZ Washington. D.C.; "Nov. orders from .Rear-Admiral Fletcher, commanding the squadron In the Gulf of Mexico, tie battleship New Ha'mp- shlre Is steaTnlog to Vera Cnn from Tampico. With her arrival elghfAm- vigor. Thousjndj ofwoir.cn all ibc world owe tbtir prcKnt good health Dr. Mirn't Iniioi fut Madcby W. H. BrocWille, Ont., ud iold by all Meri erlcan men-of-war will be aseembleii off Vcra. Offlciaia here gave no reasqn foi sending the New Hampshire. Admiral Flelcher give the order without In Etnictions from the Navy department, The eunbont Annapolis arrived to day at Santa lower California, where she Is guarding-, at the requesl of the French Foreign, office, a of French colonists. WOIEN CORED AT ROME Women's disorders" always' yield from the Tery beKlnniny cl tho treatment to lha mild, but effec- action .of Orange Llly.'WUh'n two or three days'aftflr corarner-clre Its use the ItnproTement becornca noticeable, and Ibis Improvamet-t continues until (ha pa Heat Is pletaly cured. Orange LI1y aa or local treatment, ana acts dlrecilr on the womanly oreana, re- moving the corjiresllon, tonics and 1 atrtr.gthenJ nc tia r.ervet, a nd re- storlne perfect cfrculillon In (tie all wSerine women of the of lt-.ii diseased parts. Tn order to convinc ae o remedy, I will send a 35-cent box. ecoutrh lor ten dayB'-lre-itmcat. abcolutely to euh lidy icodlne me htr addjtu. UHS. E. CURRAR, Wlridiw, For by Leading brugglcti Everywhere oilT I (hero svau no poslllre evidence that Bean put It (here, although the ac- tlor.i of Honjon, corroljoratid hy the accused, and the .clrcum9lanc.es un- der which teaa left, were rtrj strong polniB. wanted lo ga In a hurry, and couldn't do eo If lie taok his tultcase, "The rjuMlion his Lordship, wlo'the credllilllly of tbe llnitog or..tho .bottls coaulnlng the II C7L A IB. SMITH has a dry goods store in a cer- tail! City. He does i good business, but wtnls to do more. He believes that Advertising in his local newspaper U tho way to get more business. So he now-ind then. This is where our. friend Smith is 'advertising every now then.1 He should gdrertise frequently as his iocal newspaper is published. Smith says he wants to advertise regularly, but he can't always find the time to prepare advertisements, which is true, for he is his own buyer, sales- manager, director of store service, credit man and half-s-dozen other things. What Smith should do is this; If he.is located in one of the smaller cities, in which there are no advertising agencies giving a local copy service, and he his no one amon< his own staff qualified by. instinct or experience to write the daily announcements, he should go to the'publisber of the news- piper m which he means to advertise, requesting his help. In nine cases out of ten, vhe publisher, through his advertising manager, will be only too glad to give Smith the assistance desired. If Smith is locnlcd in one of the larger cities he should secure the services 61 a recognized advertising agency which will take over the work oi pre- paring iiis advertisements. In this way Smith can be sure of having his advertisements prepared reg- ularly and intelligently, with no more (rouble to him than the supplying of the information required by the writer oi the advertisements. So Smith can do more business, and more business mean! a larger income for himself, lo say nothing of other gains'that go'hand in hand with doing of bigger business. This man you know him? Are YOU Smith? V yam l br.iri.HM l Ppy.iti.i.1 at tii It Adter. tr mllon.1 it tw wtll for you lo K.T. a A lilt tS will U fur.