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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta v- THE BUSYVILLE BEES INTERESTING SPOTS IN CHILD'S HISTORY OF CANADA BRIGHT SAYINGS OF THE CANADIAN BOYS AND GIRLS BUZZ relies for catching flies E ciacks the tall to pieces smal For Busys side is lun'ag The games a tie lie savs for Call that a final INNING! When it unwinds noor Sammy finds Till on a sudden, Phil sends a good before the Treaty of Par! was signed, which compelled, th .French to give up all possi J Canada, a very interesting sltua lion arose through the desire of Pon I CIRC, an Indian chief to expel th JKngh b. from Canada and to brin Lbacfc his friends, the French. Pon mac and his Indian rcbiefa were no Ibeing'treated by "the English in th i'couneous iray taev had been by the French and combined inUi Pontiaci: haughir spirit drov [Turn his idea of driving th Just about thte time, one hundre and uoticins (ho boy standing listening he asked him IE lie would i care to go for a ride 'in- his auto'l mobile. The boy pricked up his oars at this ami thcu aakctl: 'Is it a Ford le leplied the man thinks in wrreil the boy'isj he willed from ihe room CJES inything unusual 1be following sentence Anj boy can derive "enjoyment from gard; n mg As jou iliobablj not ce the initial letters are in alphabetical or- der, Then take .the sentence: "Seven sent the eighth home." You see that the last letter'of the first word .and; the-' first "letter of the" t.e cond word-'are the 'same, and''so on throughout the-sentence. If you try the A B C type, limit the sentence to not fewer than -sis tier more .than 12 words, Jetting the boys j rpAKE three cups of white sugfir.'i begin iv 1th any letter of .the alpha- halt a cup of water, half a tea- bet. In the second case, set the limit spoonful.-of cream of tartar, and a) from sis to li> words. If you want' Lo make it harder, give them one or two words-which must be Introduced. The results, in any event, v.-ill-ijo ex- ireraely amusing. The most interest- ing sentences might be.written on a blackboard or read aloud. BUTTER tablespoonful ;oE uiitter. Boil with- out stirring until it'will harden-in cold water; turn, iiito well-greased- pans, having -it about one-fourth of: an Inch Uiirk.. Mark into squares' with a well-greased knife, ilay. ba llavored with lemon .IE desired, NOTES FROM TOMMY'S DIARY-PAGE II r 1 i g (j 'ft tyMffc Off. 4Ai BO j 4-KjMa.u ;