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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta A HEARTBREAKING REMINDER. ALL CHANGE HERE. THE (CROSS OLD KlC v.ndxinca an'oTil Cralt who r ciml crowds of them running down by. tho F'eLi-Hhorv, and one j the lutuch w.itlt ihelr suiirto.T nml palls i.ty lie moi .a. ft cnnx-ling to build nasties stud. "iWr tons the Pa ml, '1 hrur." F.itil R-.ilii the he peeped "ihat tlte srtrts .anti out of his hMfn? place. "I think, after C' Shrill have I rtll. I will walk. I ho shora .Just cd-round and snw tho old Crab. "Mnbl Mn.hl" he cried, "him. runV Ilcro's coming to bHo And off- "ihe-1 ran, while the. old frafr ft way as fast as ovt-r ho could, savin? u> himself, us ho wc-mi LOVELY SCENERY ON VIEW IN; CASEY COURT ;i-.friphl I.-have ifl the old Cnih; shall about." lie had "Viol jjono far when had.- -1 never-.dkl ilka children." back at fast, s: after this ibe children cajn ,1 Jnpt then- llcrlic turn- tern, but twelve 'din-ays tbe wisest recent session ,_____ ___ for pocket-picking, and RIDS- .In court the clearest possible ca.se wasi made mt by the prosecution. "Have you anything you wouLtl like to teli the jury before they the judge.' "Well, all i is. i hopes RS.'OT: they'll g-ive me the benefit of the replied the prisoner jiondeMly. The, jury considered their verdict: -they were no liltie time over it. "Can I assist you in any way. gcr.- tlemenV said the nt last be- coming, impatient are almost agreed- me said the foreman; "hut we can'i quite un- derstand H-hat tho doubt is the prisoner wishes irs to jriye him the benefit of.'1 of-rope. being; dfked jvh.-U the ,wns -for. the man i. always carry li with me, and in case at fire J'lpt my-' 3tK down fro'm tl-o wintiow." replied tht landlord, stroking his chlro reflectively, "scents a. prelty idea: bu( puftsls with fire csvapes in advance in this hotel." A COMPLETE JOB. 1 am to give you b.icX love I.love another. He: Give me hlrf name ajid address. She: Do ynu nam to fciil I want 10 try an-l'sL-Il him Ihe'rins. BULL IN; LIVE 'AND LEARN _ tells lollowing- stoo' noncernlnr u client, someiliinir ot a wae in his way, with vrhou't ho 'hail _ loag an account "When ijatter vras finaJly mu.de up the bltl. trLTLnp several yards of foolscap, as the Items eournemted the most minute the client came round to set-' tie he to enter tbd office, -butt stood in. the door, 'and, lidding one end ot.lhe bill- unrolled the voluminous docomerit in the direcUon of his legnl with the request that he' would receipt it in." said the lawyer, in his tnost cordial tones- thank y011-" "you'd charge me rent if i Viotel iind_ Pansy hftd down lo a country lunn .to client; T. xor QUITE, llabel." he began, "do "Doa't you. MaJiel? JU tt'.e liny ii. "My wife Is learning to play the banjo, the girls, arc learn- ing the violin, and Willie Is ihe rViend: "And what nre you Iburn- Snilth: learning to GeoTRC.- "Artd.if I married yon. your lather. give me n separate establlah- mftnt George." "And-laJie Into parlnershlpT' George.'' would your mother keep away from us except when Invited "And. your brothers arid ste'ers. -r certainly, Gc-orce." "And, of courco, the old Kt-nt would EcUle, my course, tieorgct" "AJifl liny us 11 motor ini you with n tlov.-ry? "Yes, George." CHAP pardon, sir. -yon happen lost your you 3et me hay.c a. JUtUe sent some- Enta tbpir Their father and mother were -.to .follow them The little giris were verj- anxious to how -well they coiild Keep hoitse by themselves. They coaxf-d the .f-irmor's wife to let. ihein 50 to the .ilone and make their pnr- chaEes before, their parents arrived. Violet made "piit a long list of all the things wha thought her mother V-'aiit: candle, -rastches, sjiH. tooth. a large of sugnr; but pcrhnps this was not ail fur napa, though Ihe ill- tie girl ?o. The children cot sa'ely lo Ihc vlll- and bought "what they they u-cre tn a to {jack they took a short tut Lome a field the farmer kepUa Iji- bull. The -bull was feeding "-quietly aiiU look no notice of them they GHOKKLY JXXUI.TED. been grossly tic- rushing into the office of his solicitor for the ftivcnth (.Sine in three days. "In what osked the solicitor, somewhat wearily. "My noil-door neighbor has declared hi- will pull my nose next time he meets me. What snail do about said the lawyer, sis If he fond Civ'en the eftsc due deliberation, "1 should soap ii, it will slip throuyh his duyl- My bill will follow la due THE PLAOK FOR A HISHO'P was one day Sunday school, wht.'n he said. In a rncst Impressive way: rhlMri-n, let me toll you .1 very sail faf.t. Jn AfrioA there are ten million miles torrllory with- out :t aioElc Randny KGliuOl where liltle boys itnti ijivls can spend thrcir Hun- dnys. what filial! aU rry and save up our money And tru; as cine voice, replied. m union: "Oo Tin: TfAXF) KICKED. tho careless and foolish use of fancy jiluoaes, fjir Arthur T. Qullter-Oouch; In a rpcrn lecture! told" tho story nt B. ielepraVi i batKX> aent to announce tlio of his mother. Tfja fwboo's to announce thil which .ttia cradle .fiaa Iclckcd By IV-MERp.K. MADGE. Alfred, and Elsie wore luiv- Ing a lovely pichfc on tho aea- hhore. A flro "was iipmcd between hrlcks. n-zid n'kettle of water lolling merrily. They .arrangetl the cups on the sands. wUh plates of bread and' c'akp, end" the plcfilc wns En full awing-. mucli nicer" til) with my satil Alfred, "thai Mr. Sea win not he nblc to gut over." Uut UNANSWERABLE- Jt o "Xo, Why do you T heard you the dcxir." l were haif-H'ay acrot'ii Then their red 'frocks caught 11X1 eye and cjjne toward cn5 then In u quicktrot. The child- llils time were running as fast thoy-coittd. Just us they were sret- ng to .the stile. Pansy tristptil er the'root of a tree and feJI fiat i her. face. The bulf 'was only a few yards off, was 'Just groins to'rijsh at her'nnil (ass her In. the nir. Vlofei, forgetllng everything danger her lIUlo aister tn. -turned and threw ..the whole contents "of her bfegket head. tho hull fell hag- of Jjiirst In 'his loWed..by.. the candiea, wnieh. .him on thfi nose, -and ,lhe nalt, whicJi Into his .eyes and ".made them smart, he w'as an tnkcn -biick lhat he stood .for a> whole .second. .Then Pdnsy- to her feet, and the two littiO- over the stile and landed FO-feiy TIL me none tlie worso tor- their frJsrht. 1 XHI'fitf AX Irish lecturer. on the nnluro of inaa. rcnuirkoU that .one point or bet wren human ngs nnd lower, tuitnmlft consisted in man's for progrcis. y-' exelatmuU tho lecturer, ;'ls, a other creatures "re tlormry example, the ass. Always Rvtryhere It-itt'-thc same crtatnre. You" never, havo "seen, itnrl nevor sijll EGO, a mora perfect asa than you seo nt the present moment." COAT AyDiPAXT-S. A -was .'trying sell a wtnO-lirtiken horfe, and was trotting with hint around for' [nspcc- L1on.. Tho owner stroked the lioivc's buck and J-emarked "Unsn't he ;i lovely, IJut the other noticed ihtit the horso was naming, andv'inawcred: v "ATi, r Uko Ills coat ull rlgitt, but I don't like his pants." AFTERNOON-TEA as he spokv. one lone wave came roll- MAJ3EL. AND THE WATER- ing up so near lhat they, beard'It bisa ;i3 It rolled buck. said the elde.si, have .-nearly done. Tho re is time for another piece To BABY ;1. with her spade and pail, one aumtnor day. -slr.rted on her way. Hen. thi' fiHlierinan, appeared, and hearing words, raid with a She close I tough: "You had the lent put loo near .Miss. 1-et me shift it far- ther up It .was done In a mJnntea, tho children helping, anil there, beyond the reach'Of the happy picnic crime at Inst to im end. -After said HlslK. "it was we who wc-re rudu. for 'Mr. Sea has not come an Inch farther than h-> .has a to, we began our picnic on sand tbat belonftid to him." Mr. miid ALfrc-il solemnly, "for- Rlve us for rurte. hul wu navo had a lovely picnic all Ihe same." her, calmly ng on a A happy wr.ter-bahj- having dinner nJf She went-to "try and catch him by shining sIK-t-r toll, Jlut a lipped upon-some seaweed nnd fell plump Into ho'r paih And by the tlme-HlHyd Ecmmblcrt t tho water babe so bright Mad dived Into n poo] ;md tiulckty from -sJfi-bl. OF COURSE HE COULD BALANCE THE LEDGERS [iHR HOST (shoiving family portraits, "I'ortrait dl my. Jost nn arm at .Waterioo." -The 'Y6uth''thopptessly. "Putrid lost vny soil OH. THOSE' S. I had u fjroat .rotieptton afler my song" on the' pier Uist Tbe audience .nhoulctl --'Fine! f thins sing ngaln." "Why. wimt do you "They would hiive yelled "Imjirlaon- the seconrt CfmeJ" TltlP, TT was a. biff cotton manufacturing Jown In irnnCAshin, .1 re- vival servh'o hnd lieen At ihe Clone the minister called upon oil those who wbhc-il tn ur> to" beaveri to stand tip. All rose lo their feet with the ex- ception of one young m.in. "Dou'l you wfUit to go to my awkcrl (he preacher. "Oh, jiye, I wnni to go right Iho youns fellow replied, "but not vvj1 t' Opinion, rpOMMY'S AUNT: Won't you have another piece of c.ike, Tommy'-1 Tommy (on a Xo. I you. Aunt: ifou seoni'in suf- ferJns fnun loss of TommjT' That nin'l. Joss of nppotito What I'm pufferiny front Js. THK YAXKXR'S Ax'fSWEK.- American fjhroaU not lose head flasHy. An JtiiU'in show- ed a Vnnkcc tonriFt VesiiciiiA In erup- tion, nnd mirHy thiit must hlH :iwe. Hut Mic Ar.iprfcf.n, after piy.- for u moment at the. burning moun- tain, (raid: a w.itf rfalt In America thai u-niiM put (hut out In five min- FirtrLV henpcckeil mnn was-summoned to tho bedside of 'ils dyJnff Kjiouse. For forty ycvirs she nail martc hta Ufo a' burden. think I am Oyiiig, shosald: 'and before I IcKve yosf to Itnow f 1 shrill see you in.a better "1 think not. he 'not If I see you fjo.vrs n __ rake up scandals: Don't dig up 'Tarnily skeletons. Don't sow wild a. Uon't oultivate-bad-hablts. 'tkm't furrow.your Don't grow old-fashioned. Don't., root ouv Irrigate .with rcii-syino. Don't harrow your feelings. SIR ARCHIBALD GKIKIE tella nry of a Scotsman wb6, ntirch L hlB owu will, wda iierauaded to. take 'a holiday. Ho. went to the.Pyrnmlrtfl.' Af- ter gazing for. some time nt the Great Pyramid he jnuttered: wnnt u lot of maaon work not (o be briiigin' 3n any'rent." USK FOR the customer in restaurant. where an orcheub waa playlnjj. "Kindly tell .tho leader of the orchea- thu. to piny sotrietiiinfe' sad find low- while I dine. -I'wont'.lb sec if It will have a. Influence on 'tbla a teak." TJJfi POOR VBAUFFKUK. man who drives a 'motor-car la called a chauffeur by UKMO who ride wtlh him, but'what the "comnKMi- or-RsirtJen petleslrian calls him is a ivwd much easier to sjielL--London OOOD OKRXAJf Q.EU.MANY ruay be law-ridden buT we are compelled to admit tnae soino of thu laws arc fine. For instance... w'c note iho fart that a Trot" dfincer has sentenced to six months' Imprisonment in bcrlin. A ROltEIliyQ THOUGHT. doth the busy I'lUlo moth Im- prove carh fliinlnjr hour since thai fair In erirly" May. when yuu your winter ih'lnijn away and It1-." I (hem in powor. A DAKIMf AVIATOR. QliJKRfil'S no ilci.'ylnir tin; Oiirlng1 of mir One of them recently defied nil the of tho biiHlnesH by liclnfi photographed without :i ciE.irctto. NOT AITER ALL i 1'fiM lUtJI phy.iicl.in w. To fithrvH ;i luiMtl n fonci hia nt-hhhtir, tUfjuphi UK IK rncirlnr. saiJ: "Dad, what occurnionc-c- x.in- [nort-tr rovi-iu up ;i rnuny j ;L inlnuto, twice In n Imt jmNiijiXfn, il-jcf unco )n n hundred (irtuif.T.- Hie nujcon, '-Tiinr.'. Mble.1.1 '.Vo ;