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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta IfeL- ou HEN MOPSIE BEHIND TIME die krtcieo. tfce afee go there. She htd earlier in tbe sftetnooc -WM of it for-, the- Jfo" other TOOK of- fered MopsiV ciown on the stair arch clock. hours shoemaker.' the Bwsfoot? Kotatali. They f up. of ekcyet aite Two she "siid, On tfee stretch tbat one of them; and still was afraid that t disappear if she didn't most be very bnsy; J nKoalff .tSIttfc 'twould .dizzy T; male became cfock saoes. Some of The Ilrely'little 1 '-.weir' .aiytkiiig fcrit ;t its "I Tltct. 'It' .trouW be- fladfc." aOf to notice her ie THTOTS ai i eaa jrnsas iow they you fht their out their Otkea kaden footed and duwra at ttseL But, fast or slow. out slipcprs and shoes, and i >tap Juiminerlajf you can't hear rae secoids iud minotes and hoars as they tbey all going jftMt. So KM I'TO busy they are well Uati can: hear.them to And me If you still know how, That yon had best Go rbact to him 'Td tike to, bur I'm Flick- j Flack; 'Vd scold dreadfxilly. Be thinks! is a first class clock and should never! run down or order." And, ayala Mopsie tried lim. She ,1 "But don't you see, You're not to stopped for n Because I came And talked to you Till you forgot jrnmbtr np t day, do hammer be weaiy'Wkr tired aad that herself. back. I were little "your father would miss ais ia nJotafBf.. Bridget wouldn't.- wfcoc set the little alarin clock j Breakfast would be! How file! yon letea. To make yonr l-Twr i W School afterward. Io wrong jlo-w-'-iiJce of? incandescent light. it said. see inside, works are supposed" to be. 'run -down, supposed The haaiffier anij Flick- .._ stariog at.Mopsie with frifht-'ToK. 'the of the: cJoelr eyes. thins. oaly.occurred once or twice; my entire 'lif turning-. was like x. workroom, and- ;s" little bench i fimny litde mnj sat-cross'1 legged. biutily-eBpafed.-lo a" tiny pair of Hie little; hammer. fell with resalar beats on-the blows made tie voice of C_ek." tr- 11 'i jL that was to be sure. I ,bom ia." .aid But .the little man not. spoken- tried more magic Mopsie Stared at It Astonishment _ "Don't loot she said sud- Tiere. now, we've yot there at !said; the little man. "Remember, you BrooUsed tint" "Why not2" he asked" MH [f s alj J.see soajethinc mov- .s were really too serious for ing- creeping, just as slow sobei" be. It has leather on its feet and Unvl Myahwr ranjfeatberspa its iair.-.Don't Mavbe Hand'and new clock ran down. She Efa at i.unjDlln'7 QOWn H'e -was..a fuonyold fellow' dressed Ut, fast "He's gone to the Council Trith Q0v-ieiactl-r little Jan; WitfClinfio ami T --.ji.ll.morning; 3-gholild think." i what's; this.'" Mopsie suddenly; Out e-f'thc-darknisss earned funny little "J in -bine .breeches -and knittedC'stock-, bair cut straight iis-'ears'lite Mopsifc The boy" h_er. iu j _ cousin Metje can tell time better she uskeJ. he-'said, "and bad boy 'azid j llncfe.'> And- Jan" bounded cut ove- "r the O.uteh a very reliable old j shoemaker's 'face made her. forget ther poetry.- _. think you better take me bac she said.. "I can .explain .dad.-ibf it. J "Dear me! TVe always been told little boy sand co'od In die i j Amsterdam." said Mopsie. j ciris.sre. inaybe." .answered .Jan. i'They never ?o'sliding on the ic- olockmak" o: hl-a-" f opsn Canal., .j thought j he- -a miDute We Past ISSOby'this time. .Hurrah! WCS caught up at There a.- bump, and Mopsie sat _ ita a start It ,was dftrk on the landii-- out mother was standin- oVer her _______Vl wks saying "Ifa Be: off to V; Bridgets roicc came ou'f'.b'f tie; .he cried angrilr why .are yon not at school? This is no be here." cousin Metjs Irow'to tell Jan. 'looking .rather shame-' was half open. .uopzie heard his wooden shoes pattorine Lrick walk. cousin is a worthless boy. never make 'T-- zuess I ifie "chiia> moret little shoemaker-cheered up'.and over. In a -moment- Mopsie wasl its terno.e. i ujuuiem- wrasi -Mopsie.; wanted help him. bot she] beside hiorand Celt-her poetry, too. I echoed in. Jbac3c "Fm-nearly through dear'tae. dear _ With aJ] asy rhymes. F Say, where X. away back to the pla J Fr Flick-Flack W .n not.spoken. jot the man who built S ?M 'past'" j: clock-ITrre.fe'" Tim behind Sme. my., breathlessly, Sf] A MONOPLANX Mopsie felt co surprise at the scfeoofcnaster by the quaint, olci Dntch IB a dream she heard herself-say- J: .._______ .afmid. straight .'in- tiie. ej'e Governor Peter says the i may come any day., and we seed. soldiers." said. "The clock winding it up-in -the dark, .never the cbild sitting there, and I bumped ter and scared ie nibbed her eyes in amazement' The -clock was ticking- away, but the "lit- tle old man had disappeared. 'Tm too hungry to think of any. more she I'll call him back some other 'WHatever. does the child Bridget. '4 aps ifopsie's moihsr anderstood. smiled, quietly. "She. means it's sapper her; mother. And "the clock ticked on, and nobody but Mopsie knew what was behind beats.. IT WILL FLY MAIN PLANE "a SMTC ttt pMpcfer of the pin wfcich it BT THE YORK HERALD CO.) All Eights Heyerred- m ;