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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRTDGE PAILY liKKALn Satiinlay. yovcmhcr 0,1013 fJO The Electors of the City of Lethbridge At the request of w lai-ge iiuiu1)cm- of ratepayers. I have diH-itled to allow my name to stand for iioiiiiuation Alderman. or I respectfully solieit the support and infliience of the ratepayers iu the I'orth-c o mill g e 1 e i>t ions. If A'on see fit to elect me T will use mv best ability in the interests of this eiiy. Yours respect ful ly. ARTHUR HAYR serious charge against doctor NORTH DAKOTA PHYSICIAN ACCUSED OF MANSLAUGHTER AT PILOT MOUND big increase I In expenditure GdVeRNMENT SPENT OVER FIF-i TY YMILLIONS MORE ON V CONSOLIDATE ACCOUNT and on capital accounls of S!2,UO0,-000, a decrease of $2,000,000. Diinntj Oct. the net baUinte was tlecreii.sert l.v $4,022,000. (9ttiiwa,_Nov. 9.-Tlie Dominion lin-iiiicial statement for tlie montli of Ocl. shows that Canada's prosperity \ continues unzabd^eii. Consolidated revenue for the month aggregates $H,-75^,946, an increase of over two millions uvcr'Oct. last year. Fori tlie first seven months of the fiscal �year the aggregate revenue was i^7,597 against $76,3'J1,17�, a similar increase of twenty millions. The rev-fiiiie for the year will eclipse all rcc-orUii and promises to reach $160,000,-000'. jj'he expenditure on consolidated account in the .seven months wa.s $51,-27^1,393, an increase of eleven millions This Story Is Always Good. The young uian was convalusclns from typhoid fever, and was very hungry. ..The doctor promised blra that should have sometliiug to eat on the foUowin.ii day. The pnllent knew he would not be allowed to ent all lie would like to, but hoped for a plate of good, steaming food. The ne.Tl day when the nurse broiight in a spoonful of tapioca pudding, sUo said: "Here is your dinner. The doctor says that everyiUing; else you do must be in tUe same proportion." Shortly after the nurse had a call from ihe sick-room of the youuK man. "Nurse," he said, "f want sometbin? to read. Won"t you please bring mti a postage stamp?"-Harper's Hazar. Every woody plant on the farm can be made better by pruning in pruning season. 5 Every year .sees the centre of the wheat'bolt -}moviji�i' wt'stNvard, It avill soon be nearer the '':Paciiic than the great lakes. Edmonton will he a com^erg'ing'point as important to grain grow-\ers as*Winiiipeg is today. The grain spout between v.Winnipeg and the head of the lakes is ;r. Kr.skine, at Sarles, N. D., wliicli Is between live and si.\ miles from the MoLeod home. The doctor did not arrive until 5.45 p.m. Ill the meantime two neighbors, Mrs. Toll* and Mrs. Krork, had gone to reader what assistance they could to thi! woman. When the doctor arrived the chiltl was half born, but had died. According to the evldeuco the j doctor proceeded to deliver the infant ' without either taking olf his coat or ' washing his hands. After the child I was born he gave .Mrs. Mcl.eod some medicine, according to the evidence, aud without paying any luTthor attention to the mother went to sleep on another bed which way in tho room. About an hour after ho awoke and proceeded to complete his work. The evidence of the two women, who were at the inquest, of the manner in which the woman was treated, was of a most deplorable nature. The woman, who had api>oared cheerful - and likely to recover, died within live minutes of the second effort of the doctor to attend her. After the death of .Mrs. McLeod the evidence go^s on to show , that Dr. lOrskine went to sleep again and was 80-soiiud asleej) that when, three hOuia later, an attempt was made to arouse him, four men had to carry him down stairs and use force to awaken him. Tho husband, upon the death ot his wife, sent for Dr. Leighton, also ot Sarles, but he was unable to do anything, as both mother and child were beyond aid. Dr. T.elghton immediately notified Coroner Speechley, who made a tiostinorlcm examtualion and found several parts of deceased in a badly torn condition, The jury wbicb sat this oveuing was composed of Hev. C. .Moore (foreman), .1. Tole, T. If. Davis, A. l.ogan, Jos. Hobertson, .1. D. FuU'ord, M. McKlunon, W. Kllng. \V. Jloore. A. .M. Hill, .[, O. Uunter, G. .lauileson, ,r. I.owry and .1. Moore. Their verdict was as follows; "We, sider the iMcI.eod are unahlmously of the opinion that death was caused by the improper removal of a large part of the small intestine, the dividing wall of one of the organs having been broken through in removing some of tlie parts. We ure further agre�d that l>r. Ers-kine, of Sarl&s. X.D., the physician in charge, is crlmiaally guilty of having caused thivi death by improper treatment ot his patient." Tho evidence failed to show the con-ditionof the doctor at the time of the operation. "FniMcs" Curiosilive guarantee that if six boxes, used according to directiou.s, do not help you, your money will be cheerfully refunde