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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta m 1 5 H i CLEVER DOG W tie Uams to Cake jPaft, Jump Rope And Rromenade on His Hind Feet ILL1 STICKNET ii a cherm- s and acconnplisiwl dog who tats to help other dojrs to learn 'how to da tricks which fonus so deveriy. Last Sunday Billy toJd lie boys and giris i this page soartiiaj way viici he trains for Ha bed NeJ once and shown, the "art and they will ic aad enjoy it erw afterward. Other not take to way of walking at all. If TOO trvable ifixnaiing yocr doc on big hrnd try the whkh Billy braiaer emptoyed, which is aiowa In tie picture. Billy First Lesson in Walking on in Rope Jurnpifig; 1 Pcrfccr. in Hind Legs. j Cake walking is another of Billy's ac- complements which is very, popular, !and any do? which has liariied.' b sit up jmay readily be" taught cake walk. Billy does not, look quite as Intelligent In the cake walking picture'nV he "does in the others, but'-'tbat is because he.Ms taken who' doesn't care "at -all- to be -re- warded with dainties. but grently prefers a tame of romps. with bis ruuster at the end of each lesson. There are some dogs who will occasionally be the better for a ever really be Trhippod so" that jt would hurt him, but a 'liiild paddliuK with :L for instance, is frequently to n dog who makes it the busi- ness of his everybody with whom he comes in contact and positively to learn anything. Most, dogs. however, are rC-ady enough to Icarn if the proper methods arc clioeen and if they are aot scared oui of their wits at ffrst: There '-n re other dogs -of verj'. sensitive nntures.srho are. so srieved by even an imi- tatio span king that- they cannot- recover spirit to learn, anything durin will hurt the feelings of these dors ribly, and a reproof alone, if seriously ad- ministered, will make it.'impossible-for them to recover their spirits.- Jf a cannot_be made to understand that has displeased his master by any other method than spunking then" all ii necessary 15 folded pifco of paper or some equally instrument, which is used to tap rho dog to make him unclr'r-' stand that-he.-is being punished. Billy btickney; although he not a particu- larly diligent-student at first and a I preferred play, to school, has never been whipped, excem for one ihing. that is tor pntjng stray hit-? of food which be 6ndi in the street-a very dangerous thing for any dog to do. ECTW wajrts-'tJtai to how hzs-Iesrosd to perfbiTs some of his a diEculz Of coarse it'is much. 'Mttsssry that. B2IT should thion .b-3_ tfcas.h _ qojcs because ahacwt cared for at honse.'aad ITS 90 Eidufceat that the dogs f not be DarticoJar abont Tmleas th-y are in the TS sniy. are aa diff erect fro each the for and wocld rather hear Learning to da ke, Walk. they are aot snow off. Qf and .these to keep after to Ia this fariilon. Jump it. which sounds like a contradic- bis eyes for z few minutes, which tory statement until you look at the two rope jumping pictures and ses how it was Mr. Stickney first lifted Billy up one baud, pulling him cp at the same beckoning attitude and T to leap from the ground fri. response to co for BiUy. Aamescas of 'lioniaada of Ks "pcionaino-s and if is bhacer or the are not orcwd accustomed Sraoe thea Bflfcr knows that he is very Bicch to blasaa and that fee committed DoicS. tricks before aatiieaces is" the Kfly bii ultbeogb fcis MrJ and TerT of not fcurt him for the gtm it necessarr to properly a Teiy dr -'-DOLLS F your dolly already.has a'warm winter j coat-and you wish her to have a set of'furs to wear with it it-is not at all j difficult to make them of small bits of .fur, j plush, marabou or swansdown. Eider cloth also is attractive for furs. The fashionable muffs are very soft and somewhat irregular in outline, so that it [is not so difficult to make them'as if they 1 the perfectly round, stiff kind. To make a muff take a piece of cotton bat- tmg which varies ia size according to the size of your doll. It should be as long one way r.s you wish.the muff to be nnd long enough 5he other way to fold into the proper sized muff. After yon have cut -the padding you must next cut the Jiaisig. may beJ [of satin, silk, sateen or velvet. Cut pining a little larger than the padding acd( then place it over the padding and torn- it nndcr all around pud the edges! 3own neatly. j Make the muff complete except for the outside lining by bringing the-two ends of the lining aad padding together. Thc pad- ding is only caught together with large i stitches and the two edges of lining are) sewed down neatly over one another. i The outside part of the muff is then' sewed together, the two ends being neatly woollen material may be used to line the stole. broad pieces of .fur on .the dollV If yon have no fur. velvet or swansdown with which to border the used without of these triro- niings. but then you must be very .care- ful about hemming it neatly. Plain scarfs of aatin are afco Terr rath- J. .s.. Very also. made over coats in place of .very also.made ot w.wear coats in place of a satin, and nicely with n satin'fllr collar. To make one for yonr doll muff or they can-be used also with piece of satin long enough of -fur. The- satin- stoics "shoukl be long jrcnch to the waist line on both ends. The enough to reach, below the waist great many dogs arc apt to do when they don't care much abont being tangut anything or are wearv of going on with w a performance. The cake walking pic-isiwed from the inside. Then this outer ture does not show the act to the bcstlnvuff is slipped over the lining 'nnd pad- it i, very amusing when ding and "the two are stitched together all Billy docs it with spirit as if he really j around the ends where me hands arc to b-{ jielt :n a cake walking humor. In a pbo-i thrust. "l Then the traicer began to use folded preen of make motions of a rope nnd he lores c> nnd jumping up nnd down at hMwAlk 1 as well as wnuld at times sta this VfcJC I.UC being tumcd for Bifly leaped is done to music and of action raZse-i Srst one forepaw very higb. as if he were going to sit up or beg. a pbo-i thrust. Qnff is to n.elkin, velm it bc tcrial should be shirred and ne were to sit up or beg. To go with thc muff h Then this paw goes down and the other 0_ rtf nave a paw is raised high in the same way and Sh f? then pot down. This is repeated every collani -fw "re W nice time the dog takes a are made of black satin shirred asiouished and it is nil tlic more wonderful that'the onlookers. conquered his vivacity One of the most interesting-of cnougn ro give him time to learn how ia the rope jumping act in which porforra rcry array of tricks, jhe ckars the rope n- gracefully and beau- STSM n as well u-, uuuc lo aiusic ana in a _.. ifectlv straicht ui start out to' 'MlC'. b" i. exactly >ike a cake walk. vf A of !jt to bc "nd wid C hand t0 help him risc "J lotnuniasadoKitiswelitore the folded like one kind of They scarf_is Innr Vi uhoufd be of black "MIin lined with gray, rose color or blue. Th- ends of the scarf are gathered up and finished with tassels. A charming hat for Miss Dolly may made like the one shown in thi; picture; The crown is of velvet and a {hnnd of marabou, fur or plush around lower edge. Cut a piece of brown paper deep enough to be doubled and long enough to fit aronnd ;he doll's head. This is the foundation for the brim of the hat. Cover this on one side with silk and on the other with fur. or mar- abou. If you are not using fur but art making thc brim also of velvet you may use the velvet on both aides and the edge together along the bottom. crown Is roade of a straight piece of Tri- vet, which must Ion? eaon'sh fit around the brim aad about half as ns it Is long. lenjth of ibe velvet around the head, whils the width makes the depth of the crown- After you have covered the brim eithef with velvet or fur make the crown by sew- ing the two of velvet'toother and ihon turn the inside and sew one up in a tight knot. The e is se-sred on the upper crije of tha Jbrim inside, that the stitcbea will not 'show. The crown b a hijh pointed RfTair. Tt> finish thc hat turn this upper {point of the crown over to side ajidjpew a tassel on the end. Tack the poini nm [trimmed with narrow edgings of fur or of the crown isst to tke side, but do this -r r--------.-uefully, so that the draping of the bat The satin is cut in a per- under dog. Tins kept up for socr.e time until-BiL'y lenmed to jump higher and-higher and always orer the piect of paper which r__ ____ rope. The trainer always moved the th' fur that is rounded out a little at for doing well ar.d other dog. goyte other. Whatever dosr likes beat should be given to him if possible when- ever he does well Tilly Stickney is a greedy dog nnd he likes good things piece as long as you want; ill be pretty and zracrftil. "if you havt luue at widc to sllir "P tassel with which to finish the point remember ends Rnd Se as broad as you wish. Hem the of the crown fasten it is tichtly to A, rewnrd around the neck is very aroumt then put two-side of the hat and on tiny rilt btn- in each band, ton -.r a rery small satin easy ;o make. It deprcds on the size of yonr doll" how or almost nn.nrnjlr. so that J rope. to L, DaBcd up paper as a rope would go a T u T K SS not ,hTJ toeat >t Jii thi" :hc TCry best Possible re- tLc deli-; stUnted. The second too great There mncb is stole. You may as far about one-third of the distance from each tift t me stoi au.fcii. u .to make thcjfoldE the j.OWj, of shin-jnp ne hanc down i j T- T. j the the ftarrow edge of The crown of the hat may bt of brocadf, hang silk or piush instead oE velvet. and at! these materials are too inft to stand up fur to'niocly and the crown falls over too much to :SR-' perfectly i, tho stole. of the scnrf, the scarf is bronfl enough, you maylftad line It with ti-'wi's to pve 5t a :se a piece of the through thejlittle stiffnew. Crinoline will he even bet- purpose, bnt TIM paper wil{ except at the end, vK'' shonld.bc for ajdo 3 scarf, arc jiy rounded. Satia, wlk, iHeen or things the fur. of vel-lter for :rfe .iy well. The V 'ng should the MBM MM the .terial for Of courv, you cannot use-' ;