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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Worth 25c COUPON Worth 2Sc "CUT IT OUT" During this week, ending January 22iicl, we will GIVE AWAY HALF A POUND OF THE BEST 50c. TEA Green or Black To every customer at our Store, who presents and deposits this Coupon, and makes a purchase of Goods, except sugar and flour, AMOUNTING TO ONE DOLLAR OR MORE S. & G. Tuff Coupons will be takoMi on c.o.d. orders Hill Block SALE OF FANCY BISCUITS ALL THIS WEEK S. & G. TUFF Phone 574 -:- Hill Block " The Store that gives You the Moat Change Back." 13 Suits Them All l7 vaporeue evea to hie unsophisticated fellows. Iiut the cornerstone of his pedestal of renown rested upon the faet that he ciiiried In proper place-tke left hand vtist jiccket-a real watch, aachored to hlH apparel by a ponderous chain. Thia was ihe only sure-enough watch la the third grade, aad was looked upon witk profound admiration, bordering on awe, by the rank aad file of that departs mont of learnlBg. The timepiece was of wbltis metal, weighed somethtiif less than half a pound, and raa wttk a tiuiae reaembli&g that of a wheoay tracMon engine In the ont-too-remote distance. Windy Hobbe' appreclaUoa of hia own emlnenoe amanff hie teitows bo-cnroe so keen at times tkat he neglectr ed to shake off tke mantle of arro-g;inue whaa astorlag the sekoel room, und at times maaUeeted a dlsposltJoa to be inaubordiiinto to rules-a tandency that ore: olo; iilly resulted in trouble with t!o teacher. This teacher- r.;. ed .lenkina, like many other acbool-tt. -hers-was a ponderoua IndlTldual with B violent dispoaUJi^B. In f.iir weather and when tke routine ui utudy aad recreatioa proceeded tlafactorily, Mr. Jeaklas sat in a chair Ulted agalaat the wall in the rear of the room near aa open wl.nrtow. Bttt v.-ben there was misbehavior among tlis puplla, woe to the j evil doers. Mr. Jenklaa eorreeted the unruly by means of large wooden paddies, whitUed out with a jaek knife during the Intarrals of lolaure between claasea. "My pa sara," deelared Windy l^obbs one moralBg .bsfore school hod | "taken up," "that old Jenkina had better not whip me wUk tk�m paddles ahy ninre, or he'll oa hour, ke came to close quartan vMh Mr. Jenkina. The paddle waa kmckt tnte' aaUre and vigoroua 11 ilis, and Ite Tlcloua "spate" ponotnated *a yelU ot Windy. And In tlM aooffla tka orratal �( tba only real tratek waa akattarad late tragmente! The n�wa ot thla dire cataatropka waa commuBleated to "the fellera" by the tearful and wratkfnl Windy after school waa dtanlaaod. He took up hie post in tke pUygroand under tke windows of tke tklrd ara4a room, and aet about espUlalac la detail tke fate that awoltad "Old Jenkins." "I dldnt koUar -cauae tke paddle hurt," declared tke Ttetlm of ekaatlse-meat, "but whoa I heard my watch bust It made me ao mad I jnat hollered. If I'd a had a rook rd a buated bim la the h�ad with It" A eympatketio crowd of ua ioatlad about Windy, elbowing one another tor a chance to taapoct tke'damaged timepiece. "Juat wait UU Hv pa kaara about thla." he ranUnned. "I'll bet you he cornea down here to thla school and whales the stuSln' out of old Jenkina- drat him! He'll show klm how to beat me 'round wMk ctuba and buat a solid silver, sevea-)owolad atea-y-lBd-" Aad just then occurred tke aaeea-sion of Windy. In tko Torr mldat of his threate, witk tke clatter of keela. hi; disappeared "from our mldat" He did not go through or arouad tha eur- uuudiag crowd. He went up! There Windy had been; an Instant lAtar'ae was not. His aatontokad auditors looked about ia all direcUena, but failed to discover aay sign of him. For a few secoada tke myatery was thick and dark. But only for a tew seconds. Suddenly tL�r� broke upon the tortured air a staeeato ol paddta strokes aad a aertea 9t kowla Mkd walla such as tke pupila of Iba third grade never before had koard. . Vho whereabouts ot Wlady waa aattlad. The myatery of Wlndy'a aartnl Slfht was eaally solved. In volatnc kta eCM-plaints agalaat "Old Jenkina" and vowing vengeance, ke kad iadlacreetiy taken kto atoad boaeotfc %m optn window ot Uie UM grada wkate.tfea teacker waa wont te ait "^Utt/tit^ oraUoa floated In at tte opea wladew where Mr. Jeaklaa waa la tka a�t of untying kla tnaek kaakat. Tkat poa-deroua peraaa, tkanck aoaowfeat ovar-heated from recent aiortlona. dM aat heaiUte. He �uieUy leaaad out ( the window, raaeked down until ka owMd grasp a haadful of jaekot eoUar, aad deftly removed Windy from Ike ran. tnim of kla Indigaatfoa.. O Baltlmere'e SaHafaetory araaaa. Baltimore ia eaa>ratalatla� karaeH on the aguroa ahawa by lha aaw cHy directory, Juat Isaiiad. A Saalded e.owth commereiallr aad a aala ! ucariy 11,000 in popwlattaa la tta iaal year arc indicated. The popolattaa la rKcod at C91.m. wklck It a gsla al 11 911, aeecrdlng to the dIreotatT a* iter's estlKiite. It 13 aniletpated that the aattdStnai cvueade ia Ckiaa will be tke awaaa of i-ren're up a new market (or 4aia(l> o;.B tcbacso. ON TRIAL FOR MANSLAUGHTER Portage la Prairie, Jan. 16.-The case against Napoleon and Zeph Sioux, charged with the manslaughter of C. Hall, an Indian, was resumed at the police court here this afternoon. Reuben Hall was the only witness called. He told the story of meeting the prisoners on the street In Portage la Prairie and of being made drunk by them, of going home to the Indian village and of seeing his brother after he was dead. On his thumb hung a palette such as an artist sports la his hours of ease, and taking this palette aa tho keynote ot his adommeat, he had con-trlved an appearance which loudly sang of the studio. Flziag his face and drawing a full breath, ke rang the bell ot apartmeat No. side and the doer opened. She was, then. ]uat about aa tkln aa they make them, aad it would be diS-cult to tell whlck of ker featuree ckal. leiiged the glaace witk the greatest ia-slsience. Her hair waa aat as beautiful as her eyes, nor ker eyea aa beautltol as her nose, nor ker aose aa beauUful as her lips, aor her lips aa beauUfnl as her chin. And as tor ker akin, ska bad none. Yea, suck was ska wko opened tka door of apartment 0<0^^ ;