Mason, Alfred George, religious scruples taking human life, Cincinnati Enquirer, 10 Mar 1917, p. 9

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Mason, Alfred George, religious scruples taking human life, Cincinnati Enquirer, 10 Mar 1917, p. 9 - Harvard- novei meiuou. In further Questions,...
Harvard- novei meiuou. In further Questions, Mason h' regarded the poison given tn mother, w ho was Inclined to say rash things. Alfred Ooorgn Mason testified that he was a qulifled chemist, and In connect (on with his work tn drug- stores hail poisoned at least 2,000 dogs. " ,Hhv you ever poisoned a dog- with curare"" risked the Judge. rcp'U-il Mason, "but I waa curl- 0,1:4 to ,kl,,,w thp ff'c poisoned v"- .- o:m w. . .Cordon as unsuitable for the murder of l.umntiH. Ills mention of microbes In thet directions given with It was meant merely as a sarcastic Joke. Mason declared that his only objection to military service was due to his religious scruples against the taking of humm life

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  2. 10 Mar 1917, Sat,
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