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HBH 10 THE lyTER-JVroUNTAiy FAHMEH. TUESDAY MOKSI2SG PECER 2. 2'
iH!' mi Wm I - " . I"""
111 IS "how the dwarfs HAPPENED? "
W V rm
B- i if . i -ifi BY WILLIAM WALLACE WHITEI.OCK.
BMri'I i il!l nrf' "pnn " t,me n" "rryh'",y
' ill' 3 ! )M knows tli r Mire giants In the earth
Hl Tit'', I i Jl ' '" strnig ",r" nnl """"i who could
fflTlrrl' in '""'' '"k'" ,m "r ""' up ln onr luiml
'ff,)i e nn'1 '"'"' '""k;M ""r ,"i' ,IM "ii
H ( V'1 we kIs tt ,l0 'n"'" n n" " '"k T,,"t "'
t u'i'X i iitwt thry ,"r"iM ,,"i ''""' ,hi" hnci ""j
issssUr'tjin llS? been so In. lined hut fnituniiwly th'v
I'l ftltttliB I iK wcrc kln(1 ntlf rciiturpn who h I
wuvfflavj ' nn ,1"''"' '" '""' "nbo'l' "r am
BtW 'lii 'It thlnif. C'f course m tueioiiull), In u
isBH v'iiffl J M v,!l! rlt nf absent mlnildn. vs nut In tho
l 'In J, M tfjj fields tin j would Ml lown nn a i on or
1 M C ' M!! n homo nuil irush It flat n a pun
(1 j )ki ', nt cake, but ItlCKi .l. uiilhntH for
1 I , Mt ill which tho wue hiulls ri pnnt,lbli
isiHtSi'1 161 !'. ill mid which initsid lliem tin kmnst u
LH&I ''- ('J. ill '' cspt. lulls In Hit i in ot Hit tow
H9t 'J&V ,, ns they iu innrdliuitily tuml or milk
IBB!1?! M&U 3 Now' 5"u wouM dnubll.sH h. sur
LBv I'"" lilt ' I1 ! tnlK rnrt "'''' "" 'In'"' "f do.
H) 5 i'Tl It' 5 trended VI such Is Hit iiise It nunc
BflaV IS " UB i jjjt nhout In thla was In tin- Hint of
LLB M 1 j'; li' il 3' M hit h 1 mil aienklug nno nf Hip funil.
H1!' ' ' S! rC' 1$ Hes ' KlmttH cnuslsttd of llo mum
Urii f, I E Wl ""' t,,rri ilo'iglitriii luKiiliH Hw f illur
B ' i '' tl t't if' m "TK """' r 'llio )nunuit of l In no
H li f1! J V Is J 1,'i i-oil .mil in fait tho MuinKot of all
H ": i I Jl.W til hc rhlUlrui wiih ummil ltnHlan ami
j-ji t Pl'S M he was Ht.nlli il 'iiilte ax liuilly u It
B ' 1 !; li' )S 'aill VM pollit for a bah to bi ninlli il
Siil l) fl ,l "You nn rulnln that l ' rutin i
HI'A 'I 'A WJ filnnl aUon ""''' "' 11" nlr '"" "h
H'b lit Ij J "'' rcpllnl N'onariiKf nu ttnd to
.'1 ' ' "V IB 13 , il the rHtth anil farm work ami loaw
' (fl I J II domMtli iiffalm to lliono who mult r
HHrll! ' l' IT B' blnni1 """' Tn llllB rn'tr (limit
H it 4 jE ar Ali ,UiS "'"" ' "' ""kt mis ippl no Hiik-
.in til tl r 'it lan rL'ntl""tl '" II10" o""' anil worst
until It wan nlniont ImpoMlM 'n Hvc
In thr ninn lintiBi tth him One nf
ihi thlimii he tonltuely ieful In ilo
wan to t,o to hrrt ut Hie proper time for
a Kli nt of hlii ntt LonK nttr hla
lirothim ami niMi-rn Imi) retlrwl ItnRlnn
mlKlit have l"i n "fen KlttlnK on llio
pailoi stfn iioilillnit ilrownlly ntul
vii in nnil iiKHln falllriB ner
ipiilnt hlM mother k Bhoulder.
do t i boil Htinlmi hli father
uoulil in or rim jou 11 nurr Rrnu
up to li a ilrunt sl!e Iink nt ou
no I" oim of aire nlreiul) atnl only
F fl' Hi'ili (! Slle Wl3 "'y Tu ICCt Tn,,cr Tllnu IIe-
tucntv i-lx ft t till Arcn I )ou
(iKlimiu 1 ot ournrlf
llun p' llnsl in mouIiI Rnint In re.
tmn ultli oi- lulf iloneil "1 ilon t
iari ph n j tiiui to grow. IIIiiks
onl lour fill inlltr l'len') time '
Hut liaKlitm fatlicr nai rfeht The
! Knt ir llttli taller i-cukIhk al
loKother when tuit ulno feet in
helKht Then win n loo lat, he wlnheil
hi hail lakdi IiIh fathers uihlce nml
Knni to Imi at Hie proper time Hut
w lulling illitn t niiike hint n alnMn I nth
talli i ami ht hum forieil to hu through
life looking up ut rbod nnil lulu
lug hlK Mihe no an to make lilmelf
heiinl b mIiimmi he huh talking In
m) an tlnu nun b he becume inoie
nml mort m iinltlv f alKiul hi nlie uu
HI IIikiIIj hi unulil lianll entllle nut
tilde tin houHi fm four of lielnK hooted
at nml i.illul Utilnipj by iho mreet
Nnu Kaglau una the little clanl'ii
real name but lit a Ki'lierall) known
l hln nlikiiauie of Wulf thlih hlK
biothci lllng liml Riven him when a
thllil Waif nn lmpl the uord for
dog in tin kimt luiisuugc, and It li.nl
lived Itmlf to him owing to hl outh
fill habit of biting li"ii t' ipeil If
ou will utirr Hie worl wurf iiulte
forcibly ou will hear how nun h It
soiimln llki tin bulk of a dog
Up to flic asi of .1 nothing particu
lar hnpriened In the life of Ilaglnn
or Wurf Then he took a vers im
portant Mop-he tnarileil To be imre
lit did not miirr) beeiniKe he wanted
to but he wan necrtheleiiit Jupt an
murh niHrrled though he had leaned
tn be n badielor from tholie Warf
nmrrled beiiunie the law n-qulrcd nil
kIhiiIh lo takt a wlfr before Hielr
twent-rourth eur Hi hid never et
ejes on lilx bride befoic the dn of Hie
wedding nn ln hud tome from a
great dlntani e mil be h ul lift Hie
(nulling to hm tri tits The tniik of
getting u wife fir Warf had In n by
no inenni an ru' oni , uu none of the
HBltil.'' .ilji . cdlM$!&Bfhi8Sm& i W)lat ' tho by ynR to '' '
BB Wti fcli 5-Ul ffil Se1PySS-- 61 f Tl,e Plctll' repreionta tlio iinmo
BBbTiI! t"i'lT ill (Svlfe'' tSSJi raaaam ai n loitinn oiatoi, stntesmnn niul
BbJi1) i4 i!k S F MMnggCBSK wrltei, The nnswci to the flrst Ho.
HBfttilTt 'ill SmI fix eSStr iBHr' "V1 rlldl-' " Mnrlus (marry u).
LBBS'hVrfli M I 1 S0rawlfe aj lK-?J3lER 'Die answer to tho tecotul, Caesnr
wM ? ill'! IP 1 (' If tl 3S SfifVayy x rtelte her), and the thlitl Ceiea
11 " 1 H it ' )
for him Moreover, when the
Klnntf was found It turned nut
Ihtt h r growth wai htunted In the
name ruinner u Dav id she had re
fued tn go to bed nt the pioptr time
Now, David becnine n celebrate!
writer nnd ns he nlwajs nlgned his
books D Wnrf, ' having ndopted his
fathei s nliknanie for llteiurv pur
lioees people II1111II5 began lo tine the
wind 'dwarf to designate u very
t'nfortunilely Dnvlds son Inherited
the same unwillingness to go to bed
curls nnd his son and grandson In
turn so that Hie fninllj of dwurfs grew
shorter und shorter, until finally after
iniinv main sears they liei nine smaller
even than onllnnry people and shrank
Into the little rare of workeis who live
on the Intlde of the mountains nnd
work In iron and brass nd the only
Unglan Positively Refused to Do to Bed.
giantesses of Hie iieluhborht'0 1 would
consent tn in irrv a giant only twenty
nine feet tall l"nni quenlls tli s had
been forreil to ro to thi vers i nil of tin
country txfore llndlng a ju ipei inuti
for him the one stlttied w is mils two
feet tallei than he Hie ladll con
rented to mails Warf although she
hml nevei seen him for none of the
giants ot that part of the world woult
so inui h as look nt her on a touiu of
her tins slse
"linn lull Is she'' nnxlnuuls asked
Wurf when his paieuts icturntd homo
at the end of Hull seanh
Oiils Ihli Is -one feet,' said hla
'How did the hippeu In glow so
thort ' asked urf
'Iteiausc she wouldn t go to bed at
tho pmper time '
Wair ginamd, but nude no reply A
mouth later he ami the little giantess
Now WnrP man lags turned out ex.
tecdlngls hupps so fur as he and his
wife weie tomeriied, but his son Di.
vld, who was born after senriil
seals gave him a gient deal of trouble
David lesolllttls refused to go to bed
at the propel time uiul all Warfs ef.
forts to make him do so proved frull
less nu set he had Inherited the uu
fnrluntiti temliniy of iiotli pumits in
this lespcit and no Induit nn nt was
strong enough lo git him tn bid befou
lx Imi In nine so alien) that he lould
no longer resist
In innsniuenie David giew evon less
Hum,, Wmf teasing ulmgelhei when
twints 'our feet In height nrd Warf
was lompelled to tuivel thrnuRh the
world liuklng fur a wITi short
enough fur Duvld Just ns his
father and mother had scanned
rcaion they berame so small was be.
c mi" Warf refund in the first placo to
ho to bed at the piopet time
THE MONTH FOR SCHOOL.
November Is Hie month for school
a all the , lill Iren know.
There s nntlilng nice outdoors lo do
.So guldens ani uu snow
No from tn snire no Hah to citch,
Nn lenvis l t Ilo and burn
No seeds lo sow no tinner to pick
Nothing lo Uo but learn
Anil so, of eoursi we like our school
Whin d.ia ar lull ami drear.
Hut I annul t mink It mlRht be tlosed
All other llm.a ot vr irl
-Annie Wlllla .MeClllloueh
HOV DO YOU LIKE IT?
Thla ta an exrellent and nintiflng
game for evening parties. It tiny he
played b) an) numbei of peiaons The
cniMuS lielng aeatul, nnt of the
part), called the slink, Is sun nut of
the loom, and the tnniun tlun agree
u I tin some word which will bear more
thun nne nnaiilng Whin the stmk
climes batk lit 01 she uaks tnth unn of
the ciimiiins In autiesalnn 'Mow do
sou like It' rim answers '1 like It
lint' aiiothei I like It toll , number
I like It old another 1 like It new
He then uaks Hit lunipany In siuiea
Ion again When do sou like If
One suss U all times nnothei
' Vers seldom i thin! "At dinner
a fourth, Jn the vwitci a iifih, 'On
Hie laud' etc Last thn stork gins
around und asks Wheio would sou
put ll" One answers, "I would put u
up a ihlinney , another, "I would
thrnw It down a well , a third, I
would liung It on a liei ', a fourth 1
wouM put It In a pudding" Trnnt
Hubs miswus u ulity girl inns guess
the word elmaiii but should aim he un.
able to do n slit must pay a forfeit
WHY WE EAT SALT.
While m un tri allien on dlttctlis deal
with salt as It it were merely a mmll.
ment is Is universally rccoRtiUed tn be
something more Indeed, It la an India
I enaut le cleim nt of the food of man imi
A wtllknuwn nuihorlts asseits that
whenever tin hiiihuiI lonsumitluti nf nli
fulls below M pnuiila ir heuil if tin
papulation Hi- puhli health Is Ilk, h m
auner In iiairna i r Hie earth where huh
is scarce urih h it la resunlul aa u -uU-sunct.
of reai mint bdli atnrv iilou
I In lla wu ua dutnaslug aa thlrai or
hunwer, altiiouah It shows Its, If In i .llf
fereiit way J h want of salt, mir
the Msdlial Trias dots lint pin In a
tlennlu disease bit reduces the viiiiiiv
at the bods ua i whole, so thai Hi.- i r
sons deprived of u fill more tea lib w
time tn proi idling iplleiulrs as writ m
We use salt bun iae there are saltn la
our food hi its uuri limit atuti ua nature
prepares It before p. la akliuud and b uud
peeleil and i xked mil wi muat replu,
llioso salts nr nur h,i lies will not Ik fully
beneilteil by what we ml
We use salt ulau liiiuiiae our blood t in
ulna It llkrwiai uur niuaelea nur ner ra
and, liaised nur whnh bmllia and It geia
used up during thi lift, processes uui
stunllv lielng iiirrlcd mi within ua
Hut the silt cuninlned in nut urn I fools
and that reuulriil fnr uur living bodies l
lot lonilnui aalt but a combination of
Hut ulliine Willi phnsphiitra and oth r
thing whlili are iviu mure pecegsars
ami tuor nnlural than common Bull,--I)c.
troll 1 rto. J'rcs.
THE YOUNG ATHLETE-SHORT DISTANCE RUNNING.
by ALrnrD COPELAND, former TRAINER AT YALE.
After the youthful athlete his gained
ttrength nnd stamina bs the Intelligent
uses of hnro und hounds cro country
work and the like, his Ideas will begin
to shape themselves toward hla tuMng
pared lo accept the cut-nnu-drled rules
lilt down for the supposed correct way
of executing certain grimes Is a mis
After he has gained some Idea of how
to run or Jump or hurdlo from some
one supposed to know he must begin
to think for himself nnd Improve upon
the methods shown him
A hat might be good for hltn up to n
certain point In tho way of training
They Would Occasionally Sit Down on n Horse.
n TTTV7I c, , I J jy . "
i9fc411 SA u txr-Wisw XaJ,S
would be of no value betJIT
and It would seem tlmt wl 'kV1 "'
would bo to study himiili '..i t!
iZ what sort and $!&,
ways of ginff about iiii
erclses, but no on can k!thletl
he can make sou run hiT"1' '
In ten seconda or makJ ?
tvvcnty.four feet. l
Correct Startlnp Position. r Position for Back Les In Distance Ennui.
rart In track nnd field events In which
he will meet fellows who have some
experience nnd tho possible benefits of
a coieh nt trulnei
That ho should go Into athletics prc-
Iti every kind of athletic feat t
easiest wny Is tho best oHIim.
out Ihtt the more natural thi SJtt
used the easier tho garrw ra i
r.verythlntr tried, whether ml
Jumping, hutdllng or what not Z
become aB near a matter of count
Is poaslble. so that when ,"
lion la reached there will be 0 thoii
required as to whether the em
be performed as well as lies -nlthlat
The purpose of this series Is toii
bos how to practice varloui jporu
ii wny which has bcn founil to br
about good tcsults nnd to trysndiri
the methods lo be pursued aa eu
their A It C's. '
Hhort distance running or iprlti
Is probably the most popular oi i
tratk games taken up by Amerlc
youngsters, because of Its seeminrii
nature It looks an) thing but clffl
for n boy to take his mark in t ihi
race, wait for the word, and thenn
on lo the finish
He, may beat his fello or, on!
other liarul, hn may be bcalen in r.
nn easy way as to dlcotVt i
further trials Ills defeat nur b
bctn caused by his lack of knoulf
of starting nr nn unfinished l;l
running or n lack of speed
It Is thcrefme In be taken form;
that if he had hid In his mind I (
the best known method of atsrtlrf
a smoother wny nt running theft
would bo so much easier as to be i
Jo j able, nnd with theso to pole
learned speed BceinB sure lo eniot
Tn thla end starting and tbt pni
st)lo pf running will he taken up. I
rule pursued by starters la to iliet
word for runners to take their Bar
get set, and wait for Iho word.
The down stajt, or troitili, Is th t'
known way of inking position font
distance rucea Tho front fool. '
ally tho left, Is placed about nine W
back of the Stirling line, but muit
kept flat The push-off lc Il putl
enough bark to cmble the knee oil
leg to reath Just the heel of the nr
foot The hands are spread weM
nn tho starting line, about 15 ltf
When Iho order to get act la fit
the runner, having been oa his
nwiilllng It, reaches forward ti
his hands Just reach the line I
brings his hlpa up a trifle higher e
his head, nnd In such a way il'
sine his getting n strong ruh f
tho rear leg. and Just enough of
lilac o from his hnnds lo prevent I
going over the line There arouia
no chance, howtver, for him to mo
away beroro the word l given II t
front heel Is on the ground Tin"
of tho foot Is only uscl In thepu'"1
He Is thfii reidy for the itJtV
word, nnd should try and lookdosji
trnck In the diiectlon nf Iho finish.
Moat lunners have a go os-)OU p
slyle, which, while It somcllmei
has no ilmnct against more Una
running, ever) thing tlao being MM'
The athlete whin running taouww
lo bring his knees well up and r
out with the foreleg ln u niBiiwr"
will Inert nso thn I ugth of hW "
at no ixpensp of stieimth W"'
should bo moved from tho eloo "
iilthoiigh tho upper nnn must '
ilgld, In u position whl h ",;
dCFCilhcd aa three quarters Ior
mid ono-qiiarler side Tho jm"'1
tho arm action tho eauler IM "
nliiR will be , .
ln illatmito wnik the log Tn.
kept ua well behind as r0"''.'16
then) must bo no Inclination tt '.
nut. ns In sprinting Lvrry M '
fort In tho way of reirhlnc out
toll the nllilcto of hla HrwgU
place hint nt a dlsulvnntago
wants to uso his sprint or P
the last part of thn ra
vLi M A?V"
The? tad.VwJntu.'Si !"' .hlltIren- Cut out thr" P"ts "' P tlm toBethcr ij ij
u lu year' wontu n,ld d"y ot yout birth, nnd you will bo ablo to road your futuro Xortun