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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD are one of iLe while iwan'i bur-Ions.. J have no doubt that 3] 1 cowe ur.dor t joke, a1. oae or as brolhers, or tiKsbanrlf. No- body is unless" U" be such lucky creatures us orykaas- anJ old bachelors. The nnr.vl rebels anil .avvighs apain U with surprising uunoiQiiiy aud great Hut tvTar what. Dame tsd ti.e cronU', the the universe not ic be an a; naught. aU :n time, by yo-ns Mr- Mrs.'" ILiy ward. .ThOj" iiad Veea awrreJ .1 little 'jvfr n yi'ar, extrejaelv considering. Xiiu rally, there bad been Oiflerer.ocs of ci'tatoi. slifti Quarrels due to the pehdecco aud in tolerance yoinh. of say HOOKS AND EYES By Henry fl. Hoyt, Jr. r had CQICC and pf soljcn writ and sky; with i iis-buy the :ft! ain-.cst ail ol Mrs. Hay.ard's dross; lo plve an air o! weighty cir by all meals. i( the I Us had trouble wiib the twelfth ......hoot, and gave It a tug to briug it Into place. Just as be succeeded, the five much; but he luuseu fur the- following HKiii'.h. ot her iro'jsseju I'.ad auite j menl mischief out. and. laaty f-jscinaiir.5 Jcliuerullo.i. unj iu that iiischief done. His ye liL'.upci-.t'J to full upon mirror'iD iho corner ol show- tLe condition? favors-bk-. sl'ots. in spite of ber f.-i window, placed there to sive ton- ivicrlal sot slioi'i'" a back lieir of the jiierefor coniplotp of a: least thousand a year. But I digress. tiooka above came undone simultane- ously. When he turned to discipline tho first of these, the rout became general, anU be bli back an, eicla- maiioa. Manfully he set to work to rally his forces, and virtuously fought doRQ an incllDatlou to let the eyes po, and fasten the books in tbe lace on the back of tbe dress- Two more and the lob would be finished. there was trouble still in store. But One so far as to ha I found that it In Mr. ilaynanl. even ihe nest carp- tbousa ft >redeslicc-ii for ter.: ten breathless minu'.e-s before he could las have found! ste fboaglit. Ihope to contiuer, and ulilch would vcry.litlle at which to To all! vcrr ollt ,of thc Ilouf? -'links'tlTO'iel' bscl' lo Ilio line! wagon. Notliln iJiiJn't have enough lo cover Inaip'.r.' up soir.c store wood, Ih tones and nourish his whlfkrrs. 'I. I'll just sa'nter over easy like anil Sam Klder taiU he- giiEssriJ tliri r.-as him by (he face-fringe; and if TFhere Cy's strength lar-in his over he loosr wtll-niH up whiskers, because thtre wt-ren'( 'any ISsdie, U'li Ehore be at an expense of signs of It else. ccinsider.ilile hair. [hey to meet her He had borro-re'J his Uncle Yet, as I say, nifan and a'.lngy. anili "Thinks I, lie dasscn'l hit me iltti mare, Molly, and his big, higli- "Then f looked In the wagon. Koth Ihcro. thinks 1 at I Bril, and was ollt lmder ihe. flap Ihat bung down in front of the seat from the cu9hlou. It looked like the end of a there r.e i SUSIKCIOUS. e II the old man ptioiild give chase, Mail, and, dogsoned, if H watnt too not poor and tvtre t'j'a ut: an' if it comes to stove wood.-seated roafl saKon. jo that if Cf sa The money he made was noi his own riheys T'ltnly fer no. liut IhafH it he wculdn 1 susnicious. gain half as much as it ihe loss of where f gol Ink In. Ibe old pnoulrl give olhers. He raised corn by tbe toil of "t c-lmnh Hie fence, and went lu'rislihc road wagon wouM Mar.d a lot o ;tnd of old Cy Theni I -his starved horses rather than by old fcllnr mi my loca. lit siile.t! rcush goine, and Sadie could crawl I seen lomelMn else HicKin out irom sweat of his brovsvand all Ihe animal, .me." but be didn't MV Tiolhin'-jntt'iin-lcr Ihe seal If there any shoot-hinder thai flap, anrl it was Ihe end of on his-place looted abused and lorlkept on cl.ot.pln': !n a irliilc Sarn rromlso.l to come-around Iti6 old bean-gnu. he'd Itx.k from under till bristly-'.that evening and lot me know how H Cy.Vad a daughter, and, al rue and mutter to! It was almost (lark when Sarn came r.o VnS might believe it, she vat wMly' and a gtrl aa over! see a do? at a (hi'-ken baeh, and I had livid.- After ber rr.other died, Svlle! ivfellsi 'no's calin' bin viliies? bad son? came In fpr-'toolifne and sewing and Cy. which is next Joor, 4ioelng corn and making hay, bat that "Well. I up <-l 'mako any difference to her. j'Howdy, .logs Riie IIP rlu3l, and, sayg on (be front ptireh. When Sam "Cy had saw mo hifch there and cut acrof.s the field, and ,had come ovsr and cravfled under {he the post office seat, somehow or other, and was IK .my fer me lo help fiadie into Ibe wag sllllnglwagon. Then he was goln' to crawl Hack f'rove nfi f notlred tluU he ivas in bis .pretty and good-iover a'lop be imnir-'l Reiftercrl hh biiiiny: M V.r< by him- 'nalured at ever.: !old gun in one linnd and a flii-ls ol I cor.cl'idtrt that Ibe elopement Cy wouMn't fet bii datiglilrr wood In (be oilier, nml hik .bad hCJ isf-nt ncroes (lie kirn-lol.'. Hut hn laughed bp tsiat upon ford Uc linTr'.er gel leave i lickc-ly-cut, me hcaticd for the road the tern.' tp'do all'the feedint and milking, j ealc. ami Then he fl me on Ihe on out while I was unhltchin'.the mare and shoot ag'in. H'd 'a' been funny II I hadn't 'a' been so iVcered "Thinks 1, I'll make a llltlo racVcl. flnd when ho pnkes head out I'll this year of corn over his I'.cad Then, ae'ln, 1 beller not, thinks 1. fc- he pike, with it. "In about half a second oW nun Bilfes conie a btlin' out from under Ihe seal and grabbed the lines and give em a yatmfc: but that didn't do no good, fer .they wasn't fastened lo the ;it Then Cy looked bacV and ter ui a Jaffin', and hauled hla old bean gun' out and shot Molly In the bead with bar Is. "But that didn't do no good, neither The old girl squealed an' kicltcr up her" heels an1 flew. "Then thc old man dumb up on the! scat, an' stood on bis knees and looker! hack and vituperated plum' scan'lous. He might not been swearin', but It looked like H. Hiu gesticulations war old Moll was makin' so much noise with ber feet we couldn't hear the words be said. 'Thinks I, If Cy llghia onto Ihe ground while bo's proceedin' at that unparalleled rate of travel, he'll 0 do It over a couple or three mild j{ territory, for Molly was doin' her- ;elf proud; and that road wagon was lour.cin' up an' down on the dirt like 1 (In can lied to a homesick dog's all. Then it went out of sight over Ihe hill. I fays to Sadie thai we'd go and get mr rlB and so on lo and get married while thc old man was off on bis tower of thc continent Hut she no, we'd hetlci' lust EC over to the Justice's and get married fer if wp.wenr tn Mlllbure her naren would likely bo walling ier us there with his bean-gun all loader! up again "But I lays, 'No, Cy won't bo fortu nit enough to stay in (be wagon tilt itj goes through Millburg; and if be Is. i lift Might alay a spell longer.' Says 1 to Sadie: 'If your parent stays in [hat vehicle till old Jlollr played out, be'll go clear acrost the Rt.itc line ami be In Illlnoy before we gel within a mild of Millburg.' "And Sadie said she hoped he PUIIIII allU luukil-il.lu-lul-jlajt ...i.- all boiler, then I'm a sinner and no stuck'in Ihe mud. When- we got .1 mistake Iwt1p-clo3.ler.we ?cop .that !hc.thnE preacher, and lie biased in, tW wasi tho bride! Then we sot In the bugsy the ;emly. way-wo could Icll It wasililm and struck out fer home, on o-.ir boncy-was.by tbe way llic ciiss.wc-rds.iajiiie moon. Sadie said It was our honey- out-of tbe when Jllkc and. icon, and laughed and sang toys pulled on (he rope. :v hislled. and drove Ibe "I up and asked Mike what all the I reckon she bad never been' hatpy Iswcorin' was be wiped nn.r mint. I in mi-self. 'Sam sweat off of Ills face and said Ihal-Ly and was 1 him out n' in before, if I hit 'lin it'll, bust his old nogilnjiwould hold .tight find not {all out any and spread it on you'll deserve bucked and gagged and shackled to ;