Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
July IS, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page THE For Saturday Reductions in Summer Footwear, Pumps? Oxfords, Canvas, etc., for men, women and children. WJ.NELSQNtCO. Sherlock Building DECLARED.TO IE INSANE Winnipeg, July Uk- cbMgad'ai-tha, 'h attempted declared to be'iniane and will b3 '_ to an Last Day mwm HAS EMBH1 ABSOLUTELY THE SERIOUS 'CHARGE AINST HIS.' CHARACTER FOR AO-. SEVERED ;lll Experience of' Rancher Neat Medicine Hat Which' Reads Like Fklion POME IS AUTO MADE FLEEING THIEVES TAKE TO A FREIGHT TRAIN Alter several hours of cross examin. ation and taking -.of 'evidence la a clowd of_ the police court, R. E. PATTERSON BROUGHT IN SOME; FINE' SAMPLES; FROM STIRLIriV Adolphton was completely, exon- erated of all blame .In connection with tn R. E. Patterson brought' In a-sam pie. of Marquis 'wheaUthis morning from hie farm 'at Stirling. The nearly t three feet in length placed against 'him. t The wu a aerloua one and had to do with girl.' Adolphfonir who; is' well'keew Jjiihbridge, ha'd in prorint- Wi and- left la, DOW to, comrt any "In -a.'i Medicuie Hat, July Is a snalta Btory. It sounds like fiction, but Leslie a rwcher. living IS miles northeast of the city, vouches tor the facts. Hill tayi that he bitten the a snake while be was holdlBg tae'teiered head on the ot i eiamlning it. Ho at oace to a nelghbor'B. aud brought ta'.Vy "automoMIe to the city general Allhouga the case was a serlona one, Mr. Hill Is cow practically recovered. Mr. Hill was out on his land early lait week. lie snaie which was apparently dead. He knew it at on'ce.'to be.a rattler, and took DO chances. After- he 'had struck the snake a hard blow with, a stick he was certain the'thlnt'Trai dead, and threw iilrito his buggy 'to take home. When he reached Ms te proceeded to cut off the head of the snake, bavlcg a curiosity' 'o examine, a rattlesnake's head. He'then held tho head up on a short stick to examine It. All this" time..the snake had shown absolutely no sign at life. Just how it happened, Kr. Hill is aot prepared to say, but he believes that in'some unex- plalaable iwwiier, the head ot tht tbe.'iut Instinct of life covered the few inches of his hand. At 'any iejtt'thing ho knew the inako's fanis were filed In Index 'Realizing that'he wae bitten, he at once Jumped on hor.c, and rode as fast as ponible to Nicholson's ranch i four "miles aeaxer ,Mealctr.e Hat. lie had'hardly slarted'on his'journey he- lore ie'began''to'.'feel the effects ot the poison.' time at'the'NIch'oisoii'raiich where he' placed 4n an auto and driven to the city. On the'w'ay' two men'lo hold him dbwnl but remedies at hand iiWe telievev not only; does 6ft" man, but that it has a psychological effect and on attitude to wardsxhisi surrbundmgs, and rhisy There -are men" m the" the-Scotland'Woolen .Mills simply cause--the Scotland1 WoolenvMills mari-of-years, a Cyoung-oid-nian- fittirig clothes does it'.! -7 .'cjioice of any material .i of arrival of yards of a Suit or Overcoat with an Extra Pair of .the further. are assured that you can gel from tis .the. very, latest- design of a suit mide to fit you, from the best imported material, for more, no'less; Write us for our new fashion plates, patterns and easy cnart Hree.