Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
rfor Tfie Little FoIKs A.TALE THAT NEVER WAS TOLD. IS dear, nurse; perhaps a pin is sticking him. His you mind, mu'm: it doesn't Tho Sketch SOMETHING UP HIS SEEEVE SUCH A TANGLED PUZZLE HE WHO LAUGHS LAST LAUGHS LONGEST to my wouldn't it? Now, when on my feel, why doesn't it rush to my feet? yqur feat ain't I. got no wind! Why don't you 1. got no petrol! Why don't use petrol? Ha, ha! vol] ,vl.ld? A NEW WAY TO PLAY AT SEE-SAW fyjtt. tlicre Is nothing like the miiet and sweet MIS little girl took out her pet dog, the black one, Cor a.walk, holding him' by a long lend so that he wouldn't run away. Two other dogs came along, nd as you will see by the picture the three leads became very badly tiingled. See if you can, without the aid of a pencil, trace the course of the lead om the black dog to the handle, so that the young lady can lake hold of 'the gilt handle and march her doggie back home. WHERE TOM FOUND HIS MANNERS By Florence V. Halliwell. What did lie sir, I shouldn't like to say, say all the swear words you tel! you when you come to 1. She wante'd to play at seesaw nil the afternoon, but Edward thought It rather 2. Till IK; invented a new way of playing the game, which niiidc it much more companionable, as H were. A FATAL TEMPTATION I HAVE a pair of scales and wish to bo able to weigh any object1 having n.3 Its weight any whole number o] pounds between one and forty (in- What Is the smallest number of weights that can be used, and what are those weights? In many cases it will be necessary to use certain of the weights In both pans of the scales. MILLIE, AND TILLIE, AND BILLIE j nrOM'S father was a rich man, and I 1 Tom lived in a large liousojn the country. Ho had a pony and many other pels, and wore fine clothes. Tom waa very proud of all the fine things his father's money bought. Ho began to think that being rich waa better than being good. He grew very rude, and was cross to the servants. ,Once he kicked Towsor, but the dog growled, and Toin was afraid to kick him again. Gnu day, when Tom waa playing in (lie yard, he saw a boy standing by Ihu, gate. He was ragged and dirty, hit hat was torn, and his feet were bare; but he had a pleasant face. In hand he carried a pail half full blackberries. 'Go away from Bald Tom, running to the gate. 'We do not want any boys around." 'Please give me a drink." said the boy. "If you are so rich, you can spar me a dipper of water." "Wo can't spare you said Tom. "If you don't go away will the dogs on you." Tlio boy laugbwd, and walked away, swinging the tin pail In his hand. "I think I will get some blackberries, said Tom to himself. Ho went out of the gate into the lane leading o a meadow where there were plenty berries. grass, lie held out both of his hands'. to Tom and drew him out of the ditch Tom was covered with mud. his hat- was yone, and one shoe was lost in the ditch. He looked very miserable. "Who Is dirty asked the boy. "I suid poor Tom; "but I thank' you very much for helping mo out of the mire, "and I am sorry I sent you away from the gate." "The next time I come, perhaps you will treat, me said the boy "I am not rich, but r am stronger than you are, and 1 think I' have bettei manners." "I think so, said Tom. The next day, when Tom saw the boy going by the gate, he called; him in, showed him his rabbits, doves, anci ducks, and gave him u ride on his pony, "You have belter manner said tho boy. said Tom, "I found them in the School Visitor. TOMMY- "jpnSTORY lesson was in and tho class was In trouble. Teacher's patience was "wearing thin, and her sweet face lost Its complac- ency as question after question fulled to got an answer. Then she brightened up. She had reached the star-pupil .of the class. "Now, she said-encourage Edward VI. And Tom saw some fine ones growing inGly, "Mary followed ust over a ditch. Me thought he could Oh, yes, Mommy knew that! und TilHo, with only one horse, iilllte, for them to ride, are golnjv on a Journey twelve mllM. Tho girls agroo to ride and walk one mile each .Millie to tlio first milestone and leaves tho hor.ie, for TllUe, who cmncjf alnng on fool, and on reaching the horse, mounts urn. rldfsa her mile! Kiirh rlilfs at ilnr niin of mllcH an hour anil walks the rate of four. of the fiiris'wlll roach the dcutlnatluu first arid how lung will it talre hel- lo tjct tht'ro? ight h eap over It very easily. He gave a un and a. big jump. The ditch was vlder than ho had thought; and, in- stead of going over it, Iie'cajne down In the middle of it. The mud was very thick and soft, and Tom sank down in it to hla waist. He was frightened, and began to scream for help; but he had not much hope answer was swift. "Her little lamb, he shout-: ed triumphantly- that help would come, for he was a long way from any housu. He screamed until he was tired. H began to think would have to spend the night In the ditch, whan he heard} sli'pa on the grass, Looking up In; saw he had driven from the gate. "Please help me out." said Tom. cry- JTRS. N B X T p O O H: "Professor' Adagio called at our house yes- terday, itml my daughter played the piano for him. He just raved over her playing." Mrs. Pcproy: "How rude! ,Why i couldn't lie conceal his feoljnjrs thp. j way the rest of Us MM H Pomnu jou 110 too will i-lvo you Hollar" Ku" becomes of people who won t work'-1 "I. .lon'l wnnt I he xnlil llio, Boi, UH.T Ijoy. down rial on tlio iioriwi by tin; real Iho family.'