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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta tie 'milt tot- ttut heard Mi- the DRAG A MA A -TA Afatt t> in the of called ou; to to .take care of the ctbtb, Tor a parsoinff titna. eat tarntd about, perceired the nwJu, and the know what to. do at Tfcat aio- tiie clocii of mouth asd into the water. 'The caufht np t cloth and .snooted to Drajoljo, "lou jet tie cloth nultss yoa biint ist ciie 'Jficr ire I" bad aetjuae. Tie. princess as and rvtenred to t goats. Ar- the irn> tike a iftodc it ake aid i there neb. at be the of .In lift. azid draak all and At rifkt.'to to 6f .put under his the firtt r. I'll tit w to aaow. a Aapc cloth. He under to get it, to great disap- it it What waa to be tiofc Ms went lato lit tbrte aaiaiils van- aad en, at tbey camt that could j they! -whit fee like. Qokily tie. cat raa iip tree aad anmouseed -tkat in tke fa'r e.'wick JL roof wat to oe rriiek-u toocainj- Dtaroiio (bats 'Into "tie wiid to to bin and M.W about fMfc inw -mekW oat w t wlM wtiMir tat to" iiiae t dath aiouad .nora asd it well skill be I ''tie' 'of tie uutke not ".'Saij -i, iwiaii art to hjLT2 nosl out Qf thjj, damask, velret or silk I- v A f It you prefer a living room, then the aafa? The drjMains Uble is casUr of furniture is more simple, aid there aeauc tcctMl aeatiy table or even a wooden box witch JsnoTiid be i bookcase ano a writins desk. draped with white muslin or a table arranged is a -writing desk, and alio well'ceTered trith die -.awr juci rnjr? may. be used. For Orer tie-btWe a. mirror should he fanny.ia centre table with a. lamp on it and abtmM be yon Bay make of any smM A coaifomfale couch is bed, wiici.you may Iraae in white this aiyj a.roctiag chair is con- I aatoaiah boy aud girl friends by .performing some feat that is mys- terious and .yet simple find that the n3Ofrnir.com trick is much appreciated by the onlookers. It easy to do and does not require any material except what is available in any household. All j ter. You octfrom under, the merely JfrjK-n ing tke table at' the" rfde necessary in the way of properties is drinking glass and a dime or 9- quarter. Pufthc.two forks on the tabli and on them place, the .glass ttrrned down. On the-iable under the sla.ss before it .is fcysterioas manner as-.if-it> placed on the forks pot the dime or quar-1 propelled by some 'v( glass. Do aot tonch the; Ste coin, -mil-' oirt from under the glass tie THE should be plenty of cushions for the couch, lof the aown over this Tn'oViJ-jk' 'nan im "j.V "-'3. '__Ti_U_- Vxvva tllSSe JrOOTCS. Xtlft DOOtCaS? H covered with denim, and there also may'be cushions for the chairs, especially the rocking chairs. Much of the furniture for the sirtiiis room may bt made at home without 'a {treat deal of trouble- The couch may be made of a wooden box or a strong card- times, or a piece of an old quilt cut to fir the conch, will do for the top of the coach, A ruflU of the deaim or chintz wuh whidh rfce cwich is to be cofered is put around zbe ildes oi conch and tacked with cover for the top the sides, and-a few stitches it'in.'so.'that the top of the ruffle does not -show." An easier way is to a dark color or- bHown. Yoa may. lianj a.icurfaia it-is "difficult to .fat then the is racked oa all around.- cover on which the side ruffle) yf a gjri _ making gold.furnitnTe1 for'Ker dolFs inri room-by rer tbe board one and ccrered with mattress and then with upholstery material. Xou do not have to make a real mattress. Any thrown orer it so tlxat it completely piece of thick material doubled etreral the cou'cli on all sides. Book shehcs are also easy to make a box. The bos must be shaBow and narrower "tbaa'. it is talL With a pen- knife make Mttle Hiies where you want tie ishelTes to rest Against each of the box. Cut these deeply enough to tfcat vtt ahelfec wifl fit into ttem. Tine make chairs; the .wood1 part-belnjr with the. jold JMLJI olstery is dcna ui saSa elegant fabric. I; i fnrnisb'ittg the pivppT paper will be ill. For of all tred paper vwy food. ;