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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ANTACLAUSINHISNE DIRECTIONS. Cut out along the limy black outside lines. Cut slits E, P, G and H. Fold the plane under along line A-B, then un- der again along GD! Fold the. body along line J-K. Cut slits V V. Fold body portion X so that you can pass it up through slit E and body por- tion Y up through R Tab L up through 'slit G and M through H. Straighten out the body and hook slits V V toother. Twist the blades of the propeller so as to rn.ake a pihwbeel that 'will revolve etlilv. Secure the propeller to the front end of the body by a .pin passes through .the centre of the propeller and through the little black spots marked P. Stick four medium sized pins through the little Slack spots and T. Hold" Santa Claus over "llse head with the parts marked R' R" between -thfe tnumb and first finger.; Give it a very slight forward push, at the same time releasing it, and Santa will sail prettily in his new aeroplane. It Will Not Sail in a Draught em pretty hard, Cicily "K'aadall ro herself as siio ttood loo'k- Tlie'H' 9ut of the big hotel brilL'ant, busy Fifth' avenue, it pretty hard to be away from home Christmas Day without a single or sister or toother' father or as tree or anything to makt 5 iistmas Day worth, without a single friend, too. I iought I'd be alone without a on Christmas Day." 1 Ihe pressed her nose against the pane Is time, although the governess had it was not at all polite ..tor j, this, but big girl as she was, almost j.-i'irteen, she felt that the tears were near the surface and she didn't want Monk to know' crying because she home for "full of'bulging packages'that it-locked a string of large bumps'. "Oh. Miss Monk, cried Cicily. "May I SL-o'whafit Miss Monk was so busy with her time table, that she didn't-quite hear wbaT was EO sh'e murmured an absent minded" "yes, and Cicily opened the vrndow and began pulling in-the monstrous stocking.- It was very heavy, so heavy that could scarcely get it. into the room. For a Eridently he, was. 'AbOdy, terrifc snores were heard comiag from tke roon Santa occupied and Cicily WM- forced to admit to herceif that wiy itt- trdsion would beta uawlM. Presently they turiwd another oorfeer the- roindwr led the oat of the way, that tutted ti have wandered th'ere by ItMtf away from grand big Lwk moment she was not quite sure that it was ta, tau ,mM orer lma dBt dom ot A.. closely she saw a card, "Fcr the f, "Miss said Tfin illy. won-' what' they are-doirfg wt Miss Monk. looked up absently from the little girl in rod." Cicily glanced.nt her frock, and'knew that liiere could be uo doubt for whom it was thenht It vrae almost promising stocking. Cicily lugged it; she was so glad anything so, nice. For a little -whiJe.sbe didn't k how very that a: stock- ing-should, come to her-out of 'the air. as it were. She had been wanting something "real Christrnasv" ored cake, ?ome marked out by candies on -white iced cakes, fine! some-ap- peared in various colored iciup on a.yel- low Around. They xrere enclosed in fruit and animal bores, .pluro puddings, aiLaia- ture trunks, musical instruments in g-old and silver, aeroplanes "of several-varie- ties, bright colored boxes in silk and satin and tiny pieces of dolls' furniture. -Some of the letters even appeared in little boxes hid In the widespreading skirts of tiny to discover what train made 'the lest connections for New Orleans ,the jext day. 'Por many years vher'-'oVn cuu Deen spent at of her employers, and.'so'-it'w-as 'for her; to 'realise what' Cicily feeling at that moment. But she considered the query of- her 3 charge amiably. "I she a. aggested, "that at this your looking after her flowers; per- haps she is just tilling B >r the drawing room and, y.oirr papa is Poking over the paper." "Oh, bnt, Miss remonstrated 'Sicily, "remember surely; I had con- Miss see, there is ..rjothifig here so veiTirfuch'to'remind one. would they "all be doing Christmas 7 Interrupted Miss "don't you really know tej weald., all be. going. throagh their ,'t ones-and little baby would he crowing. Don't you vapw Taow'the, baby, always crows when j- Bothers are having fua? And Grandma S'tt -Grandpa' would sit and smile; and the i files would be coming to the nursery -'.or to pretend" they thought we wanted or'.that the fire needed fixing, and i- .room would be 'so jolly and fell, of and flowers and Christinas, and slhi Ned would be pretending that I alt! soon find a bundle of sticks, and isn. .'would be 'dragging all his things broke down wofully !n her de- .ip to JNCTT prleans for the boll, Wfts a. of mistletoe and Truesdale wasn't due jLiuesiuaie wast! t Cue Sv-estern home until Christmas Trem- s xsostoa school 11- ,r, h ucf.uu [jijjjg meanwhile with excitement. The had bepm bf UP not with excitement. Th, a beautiful rosy apple, real oce but a perfect imitation. exciting enough in itself, but when she saw the contents of several of the boxes Cicily became convinced that she was on the track of something even more interesting, so'she groaning from within and something whistled through the keyhole- _._ LuLK.UAf kJJC f 1 The reindeer whistled back again and New Orleans, with all their at once an extremely comfortable and -m arms> hlack ________________________ .beaming all over with Christinas holding the baby, who was gargling; awvr 'in the delightful manner that in opinion of the Randall family, sacred to j that baby alone- j Cicily gave a wild rush and cangfr in her arms. rite cried doesn't seem possible that you all here for Christmas looked around the smiling bnt Tom and Cousin Ned and Uncle But just at this moment the fronted by two other facw that looked at her, oce from orer top of a. queer, feathery mass, which seemed much like the discarded plumage bird bellboy, and the other, wMcE grinned at her from under a pair of [antlers. j "Cousin Xed and Tom I never dreamed it' fm, thought it most ,be just some In hotel, and she added of MAhete Uncle Mannsi I suppose he set away." She was by a knock She was interrupted by a shrill little cry from Miss Monk and, looking downs saw that the governess had arranged thi letters in the following "Go to the red door." Cicily embraced the governess excitedly. Cicily stared at him. It j was all so strange that Cicily was pre- pared not to be astonished at anything. Oss Monk said sharply, "There what "Oh, you dear she cried. "Ofi coarse that's it. Wasn't I stupid! The1 "Tte said bellboy, ------D iuvie uiiciesimij, so sue tuuise mui s u. t i stupid I ice retl, cioors, said tie bellboy, urried as fast as she could to get hold red door, and it must be in the hotel, to the doors along the corri' w all the letters that were in the stock- loause if it were outside "Don't TOU see tipmr" il nn theT in the middle up together for Christmas of tlie apple> and ia lhe boj Cicily found a the letters that were in the stock-.'cause if it were outside it would When the last bos had been opened J the street." She, ran qskkly to the' and the floor space around her was strewn with the bright contents of the stocking Cicily saw that she had these letters, which she arranged, according to the foUowing tW tUC, v tvif LUITjf ttiC door, followed by -Miss Monk, who declared Miss Monk and Cicily in now quite as interested as herself, and, one breath. after locking the door carefully, the two They could not help feeling a Httle cross started, on a quest for the red door. kindly voice from -within said through the keyhole, "Well, we'll, what is "It's explained the reindeer, j. TB COSjo for tliOSd tlckeiS." "Dear said the comfortable voice, "I haven't any more left I'll have "to give you a pasa.' person, who was just theT have. i Oh, Uncle cried whereupon the nice looting person in a cosey, comfortalile voice which