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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TTKI CANADIAN L 11 OWNPAGE jrfiemselver t-Msir.. A SMALL HERO Ciivfi .11 whlsijered- EUa' Grant to tier ".sister "Susie iooketl ariJ saw ilouikkk sit- HiiB hts neck ratnhillX, and stretuhlug'hls arm to hi a rcd-hafred mister who was (ait.asleep..' J When-jiapa Grey and Ihe two chll- dreu "cauie ---lid: Js the ruaUer with your and arm? What makes you hold thc-m KO "They got tired." said Uendrkk; 'they got tired lu church. Laura went J aud was going to fall off the seat. I'apa wouldn't look, go I caughl her and tried -to nmke her slay still 011 my arm. was FO Tat, she liiillctl my. head over, etid alie made my neck and ami aclie dread llow long did you hold her, lien asked mamma, putting her hand lovingly on her little boy's head "Ob, a long-time.: She almost ovpr when ihe minister began the i'raycr, autldlda't nake up till Ihe hass man'In the choir began to holler 'Ho! -Ho: AH ye-lhat'tblrsl.' That was :ifter the sermon." -Mamiua got her violet am li.iihed Ilendrlck's neckband arnu Then put warm, qutck all ovc !ils face and neck. here, satfl she, watit to tell you soroelhlns-" Theb'lltllc fat, ro-jnd Laura uu mamma's lap aud listened. there a llttte boy, whos niauima wanted, him to le .patlout She tried, to teach him to do the thin tie ouRht' lo do 'whether ho' liked. It o lle'son'-ctimns' safd" "lie want tcr, and once he saltl he Wouldn't, j Just here.mamma looked at-Hctidrlc nnd.hiSfWholC'faca liands..'.-., 1r niarnnla was.very, vor so'rry for hby'-'wouH trj' agAin! Sunda shftf-ifrisl1 ajid -'pap took his-Itltlo boy acd girl to church They had not been, there long whe the. was. only four .yea old, .begiin to nod her. head down her lag. The who was ju seven, drew her head, to hla shoulde stretched iis- arm wsj-around he nnd held her all through the Ion service just as nicely, as mainnpa.cou liavo "mamma's neck nnd arm would-cot have Ached so for D'j'eh "to; hold" UU eVel florT :.7 you kb'bw. La was-a hero In Laura.'only starch at mamtna, but Hendrick tucked his shining face down fchoulder and was OUR OPINION OF THINGS Being ihe Views'of Boys and Girls on a Variety of Subjects, are of Interest to Everyone. JOHN WILLIAMS (aged EdHor-In-Chl-J. OiY OCTOBER THE T> rE Canadian girls and ioyt ought to he that uie didn't live one hnmlrtd years ago. Canada was rtry sviall in those Jays, and most he fathers and lit) brothers, ami aho fame of the ooys not trry old, loot h o gv out and fight on the It ti-as on Octolfr 1812, just about 101 yean ago, that frock fed his brave soldiers vf> tt> victory and death on Queenston Heights Of course, it was fine and glorious to fight and die for our country, but is much more satisfactory io be Hi-Ing to-day, and to see what a great coun ry our Canada has grown to le. those days they had no idea of big of grain, minerals, and other rich things this country would le pro and scndiny ail over the world. They uerc u'illirtff to sacrifice their tves for Canada {ten though it was small, and we ought to he just as patri tic, now that ive know something of the greatness of our country. We have. -real chances to become good eitiztns of one of the Lest nations in the world E.4KLY CLOSING. not extend ihe early closing scheme to schools? Most of we scholar would give the idea our best support. THE MAPLE LEAF FOREVER T N Canadian Provinces it'here the hard maple tree grows these emblems t our Dominion have Put on ell their autumn glory of color now. ff'it fir reds, Iron-its, ami other hues, they are worth going tniles to fee. Th Fathers who chose the maple tree to represent Canada rnvtt have had a eye for beauty. Or, perhaps, it was the hard, lasting quality of the maple >od that made them choose it to serve as Canada's emblem all through th centuries. 'Apple-Jack's" New Hat And Bridget, the Cook H ARHY'S father hnd an old while horse. His name was Jack. But-h Hfcetl aoples 50 well that they called him Apji'e-Jaclr. He would ea them out of Harry's UllJe, Tat hand, acd nod his heaO, as !I lie Wi saying: ''Thank you, thank Die aaotherl" IJriiJgct sail she ortcn ivJsacd the horae was She c-ould kee an apple in the kitchen to make a pic. or a pudding, or "anything. She though she should be obliged rio lock" Iu a strong hoi. The little boy was very much vexed, and began looking about to see else he could finil lo give the old white borce. Everything bad been put awa a an Indlah Althbiigh, She felt she looked-Bright. -V; ThMi Mother came Xo matter what she" said, It'll.Ilrpthcr Jack's ncxL'wignam That- afternoon, CONSTABLE COPEJERNOB, PRIZED P.-C. J, sortie rfangorou "perform the other day, when he lilscovcred two desperate character "How ri.irc lie criet pins I'd blow my whistle an havcVyoti bolli arrested! .Take tha "Yo rauffhty- those youngsters wertn put up with that sort of thin yh'ert Coppcrnob strolled off wjl thcJr- cigarettes they cllmcd the lamp [.c-at-tfad pair ted ofi the glass, when Coppernob' saw Ihe r rioclioK.'bn tho blind en his return rollapic'd. Wmvl11 BpapcJ. ''Th I'm bit this be A GIRL'S DRESS FRED AT THE PRICE FARM Her Cousin Fred Had Never Been lo a Fatm Before, and Was Quile Unused to Country Ways. HE MET WITH DISASTER IN THE PIC-PEN %pr NETTIE'S KITTENS HKD hail" come (o with his couslus, Dora. Hob. and Madge 1'rlce, ai H Holme Farm. He had raver been to a farm be-fore, and was quite un to country ways. Onu day they all seated at breakfast when Mr. J'rirc said: "Do you that there are two new lltlle-iilgs In the -''So, are there! Ifow esclalna-d Madge. "I do love liiilo MM Hiiail wo go aud gee them. said l-'red. "I don't think I've ever a lltltr- nie 'iiat rasn't cookc-d." N1 K'ETIK lives with her parents oa a large farm. On the east sSde of ihclr home Is a wide aadah. Hero it is tbat Nettie bold 3 her darclns-rlass every afternoon. Net- tle's i'uasy Purr, with Iitr six kttu-as, compose tho class. Pussy I'urr Is loo old lo care to dance; Xi-Ufo puts a cap "ade ol Trtilte i Issue with a lavender bcv and .lers la it on Pussy Purr's head, tying it neatly under her thin. Nettle then tells her that she sit quietly on the doorstep, ready ic act as her assistant. Pussy Purr loves Nettie and sits purring very content- So as soon as the nwal was over the: children set off to tho pig-sly, where ;hey found two quite liny one black and one pink. "Oh! perfect darlings." cried Madge, whom Hob had nicknamed Madcap, because ot her wild ways. rWhat luii -Jt woul-J be to catch and make them run races round :r v. Ihe vard" Nettle tben calls the kittens, one by said Boh. "Yon go and get and I'll help you." on- to her. She But liils was more easily said lhaa dune. The little pigs refused to be caught, and darted here, there, and everywhere. AnJ even ivhc-n Madge Jid edly where she is placed. to pick one of them up, it was so sHi-pcry that it slid out of her arrrs like an eel, and was olf In a "Never panted Madge. "It can't out of the yarJ. Coma and help me t-atch the black one.' Bob ran to help her, and ihc-y.chasrd the black round and ro'jnd the sly, until they managed to drive It up Into a corner. Thi-n tbc-y carried It, kicking and squealing. Into the yard. "'What are going to do with it while we catch tiie pink asked .Madge, breathlessly. can'L run races wilh oaly yig." "Fred can keep H for paid Dob, holding out the struggling animal. "Oh, ho! I really couldn't touch cried Fred, backing as far away as iibJe. said- Madge, wilh a scornful glance "Let's tie It up to the at her But the pig wouldn't stanil still. Even when they did contrive to fasten the string round its leg, hefore they could lie ihe other end to the gate, off went the' pig, string and all. J'Ohi-fcti hasiy, horrid cried Madge. "I'm not goipg to play with ou any n-or'e; you shall Just go'bacfe Into your sly again.- 'Jlere, Frfd, you This drew, as 01: ffce figure HysfrafciV is. a girt 10 years old. t requires 1% ici'de, icifft 2 yards of all-over 22. incftc-s tri'dc 'iiinpcr and and yard of insertion.. ISITTHSKiNG? T O poor little wa'n- dered about all day, till they verc .Iwth" hungry and tirc-d At last tbcy came to a very big "Jrft us knock at the door and ask lor'some boy." So, very hear ant but uo one eanie. Then they touched ,n shining hrass knob, and were rather fright enexiVhen the door was .opened by a.tajl man m very grand clothing. "Who is asked the llllle girl; it" the Just then a-splendW carriage.drovie up and the tall man; stopping forward the door fora lady to. alight Seeing the children, 'she "s e'was just golng'oul ready lo cry, when he saw Bridget's XnlUod dtsh-J oth.that niamnja.had made lor her- he-cried, "here's And he look It, anil wcut off ith it to Ihe-statije.' J7herhorse knew Hrirry, and seemed lo love him. -When, he little fellow tip to white head, anil fitted Bridget's ishcloth -careluljy about hia he was quite turned round to ee if-ltia other horses noticed'.Whitt hat he had on. The nesl morniog hero waa n great know whit had become of the new dishcloth. arry askiiig, tut ha thought he ha.d'only taken what uviosgeu 6'the It looked to'.Mm very much like Apple-Jack's net In the courS'S 'day the horao wfts eating grass la the yard. Bridged ookiiig on L'of ite window, saw something on his head .which she fancied ookeJ ll.ke her new dlfihctolh... She looked again. It was.very strange. Then he went to the door to sec plainer. Yes, thoro It was on the old horse's head beautiful dishcloth, that she only washed the cfalba" with! Out she went, and ran after Ihe horse with such he kicked up .Is He look to the road, wilh Urtdgct after him, In a way that made rcrybody laagh. Once or twice she had almost got it, and then AppJe-Jack WM off swifter than ever. On, on, they, went, till Ihfe overhanging by he roatJoJdtj caught the anfllUted It far out of Brfdpet's-reach, She was obliged to leave it waving in tho wind, and'It may possibly hero now.. She fays It's a prelly pass It she's got to lock lip eren'lhc "dish loths, to keep them away from an, old while horW that'B "neither .lit to" nor In the cart to draw." It's Just -11- Weeks Till Christmas "James, lake those poor little things to tho kitchen, nnd .ask the cook to feed .them." When the lady heard they orphans, ahe put them in a school till they wprc grown Then she took them Inlo her house as servants. Tho boy now weara the same kind of clothes that had filled him with so rtiuch wonder when'hs" was small and hungry and miserable. He la a he goea out with the carriage; sometimes he stays at home lo ansver the dooc.; but he is always kbd'to any. poor ragged IItile children he seea. Ho does rot forget" days of his own youth. stand at the door so that they don't run past It." "7 So Fred held open the door, while Madge and Bob drove them up in thnt dlrtctlon. Stared by the naise. Hie two pigs made n mad rush past the door of liie sly. Not Feeing tbat Fred was in their way, they came straight at him, aorl rclth.such force that all down together; and nothing could be seen but a struggling mass of pigs and boy. Madge stood and shook with, laughter; but Bob ran lo the rescue, and drove the pigs into their sty. When Fred got up from the ground he was covered with mud from head 0 foot, a nil'was so angry that he declared he would not stay another day Jn a place where he was not everybody laughed at. him. Madge, who was really a Xlud-Uearted little girl, went up lo him and said: "I'm so sorry, It.was all my fault for letting the pigs out. 1 didn't mean to be horrid, and you won't think J don't want you, will you? For" I d.o want you very much. Let us shake hands, and friends." Sec'his that Madge waa so sorry for havtas laughed at him Fred wilUngly hands with her, and lor the rest of his stay at Holme-Farm they were the greatest (rtep'ds.____________'____ __________________ i, of white tissue-paper with pink paper rluuor.s oa each paw. 'iben Riving Lc-r a gentle raress, she tells r io he careful of her dancing-slip- .rs. and places her on the verandah, Skilfully ant] quickly sho lies similar slippers on othrra. all are ready. Xeillo tskes a willow witch nnd trails It slowly across the floor. while each kitten makes a dart to ratch It, when it Is quickly raised from the'fleer out of their reach. Two or hrec times across the verandah thus. hC the "grand marhc" is. over.. Next n-the program Is a ''waltz." With a quicker movement .Xetlio raila the switch lightly around iu very- conceivable way, vlth the kit- en's running to and fro after it, until II-are tired. Then 'Nettie "throws 'the iwRch aside and the fun But shortly It. starts again and more merrily then eysr, halls if'pflricr are-scattered about on. the drleJ .fc-aves-from tliVbr- heaped; on The thin slippers'-are1: TrelKfrafiT-.TSoiv, Uic and" 'gayly 'tumble and arncngat the leaves.. They be- come so frolicsome'that iheir" mother "Ives each a smart tap, making them scatter. Kettle then tells JPmsy Purr .hat her kittens went through the fin- .3 "rtel" ID a very creditable man- ner. Calling then) tack to the veran- dah she Fsrves them Tirllh refresh- ments Jn tho shape of a large-.soup- plate of rich cream. IN TUB store-room dear was open wide, And so the children crept inside, Wee chubby Bryan, little Pnie, And Bob, the doggie, followed too! Said Prue: "See as too one's here, I'm going to trebt you, Dryan dear." She Tadlod out the strawberry jarn, And thought: "A clever girl I ami" Besnaeared ana" sffcky all the'three" Wore busy as they vpell could be, what was spilt upon the floor V; Touch enjoyed, and begged for roo're. T1 fc Vo'Jl- whfsiieredj .hofdiffgi- out "-J jen let or-'Jtollier caino and found, them, all! BEATING CARPETS A co'.iplo of ncigWfors leaning tlio Tjack.fence, exchanging gos- r, as iadics will. husixind." rcmariicil Fays c.iilN'ays'cloea belter '.Vu'rk when he Is li'nfcinff of me." rcsponocd .the.other, "that made a very good'joh'of b'eallns the MARY MARGARET Little Mary Margaret, jrfft all to herself. Donned her mother's Sunday dress And bonnet on Ihe shelf. Little Mary Margaret, On the dusty street, People, turned' to smile at When they chanced to meet, THE TAME DEER DIRTY. BOY ;orr.e of the sand before- those bounders And they set to work with 3. Hooray! When the Indians e.il- loprU'l'y they dk'ii't spot hand uf r.dvenSurcr? nircly- hidden rJown Ihe Jiad made. -What a bit c-r ;