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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Isfe AGO L SQJfmi D KAGA NA A fom feWt RttoU, ft wh, had ifit the to. .a jwt9 fee yecnitted Tke, ntke princess accompanied JLS briije. took o.J him tvtiainied to father, 'by her kin goatt. A.r- twiiwd-tae <-loth asonud tke a iftocfc it wfrtecl k! Mttker waute was rronntl it he rtly.Jutd aerer tatted of in of suit Iron' IfiVtfaY Dwraiair, I'll wi tit TrJuek-ii foUowiaf fcocainj Drajftfljo i tiU teats into .Towaard eveuic joats t to "Draj tttiekJy jtuaMd iia and-tt.' ulw it not, tike L- ii-: yoiir -tlif Ton; 'pay "for. tft y out, take tie ill life. .and alJ teiitai. At wwc' bed. put his Ii the Swt ttiBr be did to ttU his mother -.11 that hat! mafic cloth. He under pillww to, aid to jreat diMp- h: was Wfaat to K 'fioj and tie his htfeitt'-aid went "out into it wnM. Drmtob'o -asd the miauls tran- ?rei and on, aad at lair they caJti to 4 duk wood, wlich trai abwlutely nil of that they could SB way out Drifcuja comaian'3ed tee aad' wkcre they ctttitry was QoickJr tke ctt raa iip the unousttd tkXt in tke fa'r tin son, a mafiuii- was to bej lier Drajoljoj IUM to .tike fooo vewtrfnl ttt eat ak4, mad the in tie calkd out to aw care oi the cfotfa. for wwtf about, percetred the nv know what to do meow94 at avakt. That IEO- nwct iiic elotB mouth aad into the 'The caught Dp cue cloth and snonted tn, Drajoljo, "lou shan't jet the cloth yon btinf me Hrinc Tier aH their] sooa. they wale.' rs' Aesire? said isk doth. ein- in-mw 'that Dfifblja accept. the cat'upon hts.'back infi i tauji tiie. they arrived I ia tite'-baek emperor's' tit dojs deeply'the "6ft J-Do Stfrll B uJL5 -'TJlllOTr', 3.QC -te? brine'; caq cat-did-- -tontte' truer- s told. rjiked up the with1 .it and other' the 'fish appeared. All og Their Journey apd Reached the Ocean. AV5 Xow. where. OK earth, wij get the lificg i He.pondered 'dered this questions sa-i, thus iaeciitatiiir be carbe to a littles pool, and .in this, a Ssh spatteririr aad splashlnj. heaven's sake, do throw me back into tht ocean, for here I sam perishing tiiisera- hkl" cried the fish pitifully. Dratoljo uook the fish, into aad j "-anted to jo .on. bet the said. "What do you want for yonr kindnessl''' "iN'oth- .-jics at all." repliedjfDrasoIjo. Upon that j Ithe fisl; pulled outia scale from his coat fhis'scale, and if once [you are in need nlke up the earth with .'iit anil I'll come, to; your Drasoljo took the seale. it 'into his waist pocket and went on. as he along, he noticed j (an eagle's nest and a dragon who was jasr about to eat up the ones. Ttu-! t mediately Dratoljo. reached out wirb his) fiatecet and street' the monstev right in] the middle of the head, so that it" roiled [down the rock like a stone. TLe old eagle j [had watched all this near by and said toj I. do you demand now that you! IhaTe saved my little ones from surei j "T doa't aak anythiaj. since yon as poor as I am." replied DragoJjo. j The eagle took out a feaiher from Bis plumage and said. "Take .good care of this feather, asd when you are Ju need it three times abore your head aad ll'll brfnir you help." Drasoljo took feather, pnt it into i jhis bosom and Trent oa. I With all this Dragoljo almost fcrgot ithat he had to get the- When jhe remembered about it he thought he j would see what his friend the eagle eonlfl [do for hiia. so at once he took' the.eiiie's j it three 'tiiues above his.tiielad of the eacrle.. v Could you fine me a. botrlii- the v "I -replied the 'iad in lear than no time he brought aw wjderfol mend boF- Immediately retorned. aid; in- a skort- Invr '.tiii livinj fire iras in' the diadiond bowL Drajoljo, 'iri th the living are ic r- hif hand.-- .took a seat .upon -the -liaei and 'Started for the and from far off he ittakt waiting for him. had hirdly rive'3 on fie shore when' the -latke" off- her ski a It at .thi- lirinp Sre in- the. diamond bowl.11 the ekiu burnt to aaoM the. make into a lonely naided- I "There. clotfc j and 'lead me -to cay father; tht of this jreat reahn. I was anrf you saved, me. I -will MWJ- Son we" "-mil reiira ott tail D'eictt-tifa.' for I am the oaly 'Drascljo toot baiad (fw the jtirfs brcmght ber, to lift fathec and told him noirit The emperor in his ;joy v on1 the foot and them, half ot "After the tfet in the tvater2" asked ;So Dragoljo -took out the scale, FIRST STEPS OF THE THE BOY MAGICIAN The Moving Coin, .r, How io Furnish an Attractive Apartment for the Fashionable Doll KjKPBUD- aaay- prefer for, tfceir tie icami may 4oll to iato, in caasfiirtiiiy. it aot a utk to tops, uwuid tucailf of three btiroom, bathrooiB. oul danriaj; room qj Tfhich ladoie bedfoon, par- kitihen aid "diitc'y" room, bat, these "nrVipt to be'oMtiltr, and ic better toj ]Htre i. two room with lar ro'onu! fiaa a four roea tr Tke apartmeat may Tery iiicftlr be made} etch hoi a. rooa. The bathroom., may open out of tke bedroom and aay he-made sbtpSjr by pnttaat np ptrrition at oae end of the bedreom. doorway ia the parti- tion haaj ap a parritre. Tie two irhleh form the apart- may be faottcnfttf OK siajle board or atiled together before tht be or cohered frith deiiic Ueted aeMly the edjei. SCke flocti Trith die be used. For 'chintz to matcn the dressing table. The jsidered suitable. The pictures may hare bed may also be draped with the white frames that look like wood aad are made material or the chintz, and the chair may be corered with the latter. It'is nice to make a cover of chintz for the also. Small colored-pictures of flowers or birds are nice for such a room, and it of brown paper. Plain cartridge nice for thia room, and it is veil to have a irooden floor, if the'floor is loo -rongh for that a covering of brown denim, -vrith rags over it. will loot like a is often possible to cut these out of old; stained floor. Plain wooden, furniture They may be framed in gold TSE KITCHBX. of drawers, possibly a second and car'ds. paper. _ The other room may be eicter-.a hand-j jlf you prefer an elegant apartment then everything ehoold be in accord, tarpot and furniture should be quite ele- gant in appearance. There are. of course, diSerenc styles of furnisuiagi, and as each girl will probably hare some pieces to start with it is best to choose the oUwr things to jo with these instead of select- ing an entirely new kind of furniture. In a tine drawing room tie pictores should all hare of jilt paper and a mirror iwiih a gold frame is also attractive. 'A is suitable for this room any uphoUtery is suitable for this room, and plain net or those of wjft cnrtains over them, truak if you happen w hare one. The'shouj'd rdiai- and all its' famishing should be Th wilil bowl be ef silk or lace the doll ro use if the corered with satin, want to nave the most fun out of velret or "ilk- doll's I H you prefer a livinj room, then the The dressing table is easily is ranch more simple, and there a plain table or even a wooden box be bookcase ana a writing desk. is draped with white muslin or chinri.'ft" a tails arranged as a writing desk, and Over A jnirrnr should he centre table with lamp on it aad _ 'Offi-jaxra'thia yon may make of any small isir-Ibooks. A coafartabb coach i? ueeeesary iMIhUe able, bed, wkich .you may in white oriw this room, and a rocking chair con- KAMO ME THE KOCM. HT'JELE who wishen. I his boy and girl friends by perfonaiiyr some feat -that is niys- terions and ,yet simple will find that the fflovinjr.cora trick is much appreciated by the onlookers. It in easy to do and does not reqnJra any material except what is should, be plenty of cushions for the couch, which covered with denim, and there also may be cushions for the chairs, especially the rocking chairs. Much of the furniture for sitting room may be made at home without -n great deal of trotible.. The couch may be made of a wooden box or a strons card- board one and covered with mattress and'then with upholstery material. You do not nave to make a real mattress. A.ny piece thick material doubled sererai times., or a piece of an old guilt cut to fi: the coneh, will do for the top of the co-ach. of the desla or ciunfcz with which the coach is, to be covered is pnt axouna the of couch and tacked -with amaU tMfcf, Tlw carer for the top ter. Tou tiien makt the table Scorer sl< glass. .Bo not touch the; ihe; coin. The ..coin available in any household. All necessary in the way o'f properties is forks, a drinking and a dime or 9. quarter. Pct'thc two forks on the ta'oM and on them place-the slass turned down. tire" ___ On the-table under'the glass before it isfajtygtenoas manner a.sjf '-itV placed on the forks pnt the dime or by. some of the crpcVis'nroasIit down OTCT this at toe sides, and -a few stitdscs here asd there..- :in" so' that the top of the ruffle does not show. qhelres of es. Ttie'' bookciise stiftiaed a darrk cokn: make the for the' easier way is to of the coach baown. may i then put the top cover on which the side roffie j tackecl oii all Arouod.- i IT ht cover the conch because g erlough tiny boots to St..into enipty- go'.d.f uroitnre' for' Ker doll's ' roonrby wsing'A fouiMJatiop. of tiirown orer it so that it completely covers the conch on all sides. Book shelves are also easy to make of bor. The bos gaust be shanow and JsNtall. With a pen- knife UtUe you wact tfle BbelTes to rest against each of the boi. Cut these deeply, enough tiat aaelTtt wifl fit Into them. Than cab nets'and chairs. cor sred with the yold paper, while" uph olstery is done m-strln or some'otfcw elci fabric.. i fnrnisb'inf: the Hoiwe. wr tiwrae'paper will be fvnofrtgey laeful. Pot of sorti tht paper ii food, tltfemifi so laVtinr M oiualB. I ;