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Some Very Interesting Pictures and Stories From Foreign Lands
FELLOW of the Royal RonlZooIogf RonlZooIogfca1 Zoological Zoologi Zoological ¬
AFELLOW A cal Society of Great Britain W WT WT
T Wlntle Win tie bas recently beenmaking been beenmaking
making a study of zebras and Ina in ina
a 8 lately published article h he has told toldwhat boldwhat
what has thus far been done toward towardtraining tovardtralnlng towardtraining
training the zebra to harness and saddle saddleOf saddleOf ddle ddleOf
Of al all the members of the horse fam family family ¬
ily 11 says he the zebra is undoubtedly undoubtedlythe
the most picturesque picturesqueWith picturesqueWith picturesqueWith
With Its wonderful striped coat the thepattern thepattern thepattern
pattern of which not only varies with withthe withtbe withthe
the species but differs in small details detailswith detailswIth detaliswith
with the individual animal th the zebra aebraforms 2lebraforms zebraforma
forms a most conspicuous OO pieuous object a it itbrowses ItbrowS08 Itbrowses
browses fn the paddock or stands in the thestall the8t1I thestalk
stall stalkIt
stallIt
It comes as a a surprise to learn from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the lips of African explorers that in its itsnative Itsnative itsnative
native wilds this tb animal is one of the themost tbemost themost
most dtfh difficult cult to see at a a few hundred hundredyards bundredards hundredyards
yards ards distance but on the veldt the thestripes thefltrIpe thestripes
stripes seem to Mend bIeR into a hazy ground Und
Picture Puzzle PuzzleWont PazzleVont PuzzleWont
Wont you boys and girls put putthese putthese putthese
these blocks properly together in a arow arow arow
row so as to spell the name of a adear adear adear
dear storybook friend of all boysand boys boysand boysand
and girls girlsThree girl
Three of the blocks are already alreadyin
in their proper places in the row to tohelp tohelp tohelp
help you 00 along in solving the puz puzRiddle puzzle puzzle
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Riddle RiddleWhat Rh1dleWhat RiddleWhat
What am I boys boysaJld and girls Ir Listen Istin to tomy tom tomy
my m description de crIpUOIl of myself and see It you youcan YOUcan on oncan
can guess me meMy meM meMy
My M head and body o equal lush are areMy areMy areMy
My middle slender as a a bee beeWhether beecther beeWhether
Whether cther I r stand on head or heel heelTis heelTis heelTls
Tis all the tbe1MUDe same to you or me meBut meBut meBut
But if my head should be cut cutoff cutoffThe off offThe t tThe
The matters true althoughtis strange strangeMy strangeMy strangeMy
My heed and body bod severed thus thusImmediately tllusImmedlately thusImmediately
Immediately to nothing change
a3 k kf
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color which exactly corresponds with withthe withthe withthe
the buratup burntu > > grass gra and a d sandy ady stretches stretchesover stretcbaover stretchesover
over which the animal roams roamsThe roamsThe roamsThe
The wonderful photographs pho pbs recently recentlytaken reeentlytken recentlytaken
taken in Africa Af a by Herr Schillings SchU1 abun abundantly abundandy UD UDdantly ¬
dantly prove this Several of them show showgroups chowgroups how howpoups
groups of antelopes and zebras zeb feeding feedingtogether feecftnctocetber feedingtogether
together in the distance and while the theformer theformer theformer
former stand out conspicuously the lat latter latter latter ¬
ter have to be looked for before they theyare theyare theyare
are noticed noticedWhere noticedYbere noticedYliere
Where the Horse Jlor1l Is Useless UselessBeing UselclJsBehlr UsclcasBeing
Being a kind of first cousin to the thehorse thehorte thehorse
horse and the ass it may be matter for forsurprise torsurJl1 forsurprise
surJl1 surprise e that the zebra HtM has not km kmsince JonslnCf long longsince < <
since been domesticated at any rate rat in inits Inits Inits
its native country countryThe countryThe
I The question or transport animals has hasalways hasalwayS hasalways
always been one of the most serious seriousproblems IIeIIcMuIproblema seriousproblems
problems that the African explorer has to toface tofAte toface
face The hone and the ass serve well wet
IeftOUh h in certain fairly healthy regions regionsb reg1onNt regionsbet
bet b Nt t in others where the tsetse tHt8e fly flyabounds 1Iyabounds flyabounds
abounds these tbe e animate Invariably fall fallvictims faU1etims fallvicthms
victims to their tiny enemy The African Africanelephant AtrtcaneJepba Africanelephant
elephant eJepba t has never been a success as asbeast a abeast abeast
beast of draft or of burden white whitethe whilethe bile bilethe
the cost of importing Indian ones on is too toogreat toofer toogreat
great fcr practical purposes JtIrJOIIeLWhy purposesWhy purposesWhy
Why then should not the zebra be bedomesticated bedOmeat1cated bedomesticated
domesticated and broken to labor But Butthe Batthe Butthe
the task of domesticating domest this animal has hasproved hasproved hasproved
proved to be no easy eM one The zebras zebrasnerves zebrasnerves zebrasnerves
nerves seem to be exceptionally highly highlystrung hlPlyst1Dq highlystrung
strung and however tons tong it may have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been kept in captivity and accustomed to tothe tothe tothe
the sight trbt and ad sound aouac of human beings it itis ItIs ItIs
is always ready to Take fright and to todash todash todash
dash off at an unexpected sight or sound soundHence soundHenee soundHence
Hence its j very nervousness ft unfits it for foruse forUR foruse
use in the streets except to a a limited Hmftedextent IImItllxtent limitedtxtent
extent extentIts lxtentIts txtentIts
Its vicious temper also constitutes a a
PUZZLES TO TICKLE YOUR WITS
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Riddle RiddleAnd RiddleAnd
And what do you OU suppose this creature creaturewas cro creaturewas turc turcas
was as You have all heard be rd the Bible Biblestory Biblestory Biblestory
story about him In riddlerhyme the thestory thestory thestory
story IK I as follows See if you OU can guess guessthe gueesthe guessthe
the answerBeneath answer answerBeneath answerDeneeth
Beneath the skies skI os a creature once did diddwell dIddeIJ diddwell
r rSo
dwell dwellSo deIJSo
So sacred Sftcredwrlters writers unto UI to us do tall tallHe teUHe tellHe
He lived he breathed In this vain world worldtis worldtis worldtis
tis true trueThough trueThough trueThough
Though he neor sinned or any IQ evil knew knewHe knewHe ew ewHe
He never shall In heavens nigh kingdom kingdomdwell kingdomdwell kingdomdwell
dwell dwellOr dwellOr dwellOr
Or eer be doomed to feel the pangs of ofhell otlell ofhen
hell hellYet henYet lellY
Yet Y t in hIm an Immortal soul there ther was wasThat wasThat wasThat
That must be damned damnedor or live among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the Just
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Conundrums
1 Which are the two smallest Insects InsectsIn insectsIn insectsIn
In the Bible DibleHow BibleHow
2 How is it that Metnusaleh was the theoldest theoIdNt theoldest
oldest man when ho died before b fora his hisfather hisfatber hisfather
father
3 What is the difference between Joan Joanof Joanof Joanof
of Arc and Noahs ark ark
4 Why are sinners like I1k corn and andpotatoes andpotatoes andpotatoes
potatoes potatoesi
i Why are cashmere shawls like deaf deafpersons deafpersoD5 deafpersons
persons personsl
6 When a boy falls Into the water waterwhat waterwhat waterwhat
what is the first thing he docs
7 What rmLt is s the best way of making a acoat acoat acoat
coat last lastS
5 What makes more noise than a a pig pigIn pigIn pigIna
In Ina a sty
9 What Is that which the more you youtake 3outake ou outake
take from it the larger grows grows7
Answers to November 18 Puzzles PuzzlesHistorical PuzzlesIIIstorfcnl Puzzleshistorical
Historical Picture Puzzles
1 Tne landing of o the Pilgrims PIl Jms
2 King John signing Magna Charta ChartaEnigma ChartaEnigma ChartsEnigma
Enigma EnigmaJumbled EnigmaShark EnigmaShark
Shark
Jumbled Words WordsBelgium 1orIs 1orIsBQJg1um WordsBelgium
Belgium IcelandRoumajjiJa Iripland IriplandRournsa Iceland InJandRou
RoumajjiJa Rou RussiaNetherlands RqtoNeUiot1i1nds Russia RtlseinNetherlands
Netherlands Sgrvie SgrvieBcuendln Sqnk1Del1cnrln SgrvleI3ehendings
I3ehendings Bcuendln s
1 Chalrhalralr Ch 1rhalraJr 2 Thathatat ThathatatDrop ThathatatlJrop Thathat at atiror
Drop tetterL tetter
L 1 Tashkent 4 Baku
2 Irkutsk Irkll k 5 Hyderabad
3 Pekln 6 Yokohamaliterary Yokohama YokohamaXlternry YokohamaLttern17
literary Conundrums ConundrumsJ
J L Because be left Rose oo Terry Cooke
2 To make Andrew Mar Marvel ol
3 Until Justin WInaor
4 When Vhen George W Cutter CutterS
5 To PUt a stop to Francis Quarles QuarlosS
6 To teach Julia Ward Howe
7 Bunyan
DropLetter PuzzlePotomac Puzzle PuzzlePotomac PazzlePotOm8C
Potomac Ohio OhioSevern Ohl OhlSevern OhioSevern
Severn 3flsslssjnpLHudson 3flsslssjnpL 3IsstssikpLHudson nssls npl nplHudsOn
Hudson SacrainauVo StcramautoDelaware SacrainauVoDelaware SaeranieuloDolawaro
Delaware DelawareSt
Enigma EnfomnSt
St St PetersburgPrinters Petersburg PetersburgPrinters PetersburgPrlntcr8
Printers Printers PI PIHa PIHe PlHe
He slams the door too 800n soon by half halfAnd haltAnd halfAnd
And pinches my fingers ncers wIth just a laugh laughAnd l laughAnd uSb uSbAnd
And tosses to ees my hat in tho r rd d pear p r treeHes tree treeHes treelIg
Hes a 8 rough old fellow and he < teesos teesosL tccsesIne tees teesme
Ine
Beheadings BeheadingsL
L 1 Snow 2 Dark 3 Bread
7ht T Tfienets eiete net and the pfunos oIVR1t1S are to keep tAe 1 flies < < 5 away
very real difficulty Although at times timesa
a v captive zebra will seem MI1 quiet enough enoughand eooughand enoughand
and will even appear to appreciate the thecaresses thecarp thecaresses
caresses carp se of its owner It can never nester be de depended d depended ¬
pended upon and often without a a mo mements moments ¬
ments warning it will In lash out with its itslegs itslegs
legs and will bite furiously at the hand handthat bandthat handthat
that feeds feed it This probably results re ults from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the highly hl hly strung condition to which we wehare wehae wehare
hare already alrNd alluded alludedWhile f fWhile I IVhlJe
While the zebra can exert considerable considerablestrength cOIUIlderablestrength considerablestrength
strength for a time It seems to lack en endurance endurance endurance ¬
durance and In this thl way contrasts contrastsstrongly conlraataJdrongly contrastsstrongly
strongly with 1th its near relatives the theAfter ass assAfter assAfter
After putting forward great strength strm < < Ua and andperhaps aDdperbape andperhaps
perhaps needlessly needl ly exerting itself for a ashort a2Ihort ashort
short time ij becomes 1 > > < < 0 exhausted and andcannot andcannot andCBArlot
cannot do any an more moreNotwithstanding moreNotwlUaataDcJlD moreNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding NotwlUaataDcJlD these t obstacles manyexperiments many manyexperiments manyexperiments
experiments have been made in domesti domesticating domaUcatmc domesticating ¬
cating and breaking in the zebra In InSouth InSouth InSouth
South Africa it has frequently been beentaught beentau beentaught
taught tau < < bt to go in n harness harn and to draw light lightvehicle Jlghtveble lightvehlckr
vehicle veble while in England the Hon Wal Walter Waiter Walter ¬
ter ter Rothschild trained a team of Bur Harebells Bureben BurcheWs ¬
cheWs eben zebras se6ras which he used to drive drivefourinhand drivefourlnbaac drivefourinhand
fourinhand along the quiet roads around aroundTring aroundTrlntr aroundTrtng
Tring TrlntrTile
Tile Cent of a Zolira TeamA TeamA Team TeamA
A team of zebras zeit would prove Xove a somewhat some somewhat IIe IIewhat ¬
what what costly luxury At the present time timea
a Burcbelts zebra abraby by far the commonest commonestspeciescoats commonestspeckscasts
speciescoats t about ° 100 C 1600 > The Themountain Themountain Themountain
mountain zebra that has now become becomerare becomtrare becomerare
rare in South Africa costs about 3 rIf
r
1600 while the Somaliiand or Grevys Grevyszebra Grevys7obrnthe Grevyszebrathe
zebra 7obrnthe the largest and handsomest of the thefamily th thflmUycannot thefamllycannot <
flmUycannot family cannot be procured for less than than5t thanIbi
264 or ilitiiG K9 12M 1 or 1506 1506At 1 1At l60MAt
At the present time a SIne example of ofa ora Ma
a crossbred zebra can be seen at the theZoological theZoological theZoological
Zoological Gardens in London It was wasbrought wasbrought Wasbrought
brought from the Transvaal and pre presented presentedlo presented ¬
sented sentedlo to the th King Like most of these thesehybrids theseh thesehybrids
hybrids h br1d3 it t is I very elaborately striped stripedfar stripedfar i ifar
far more so Indeed than the parent parentzebra paren parentzebra t tzebra
zebra Its temper however is far from fromamiable tromamlabIP fromamiable
amiable amlabIPTrnlnlnJ amiableTraining f fTraining
Training Zebras In London LondonA
A little time back some iiOm experiments experimentswere experimentsere experimentswere
were ere made at the Zoological Gardens in intraining Intralnlnl intraining
training certain individuals of the large largestud Jargestud largestud
stud of zebras exhibited there A well wellknown wellknon wellknown
known trainer undertook the work and andproceeded andprweeded andproceeded
proceeded to break in the zebras like likeordinary likeordinary llkeordinary
ordinary colts coltsAt eoItLAt coltsAt
At first the experiment seemed to topromise topromise topromise
promise well and a 41 some of the hand handsomest bandsomest INI INIeomest ¬
somest zebras allowed their keepers to toride toride toride
ride them and it was thought that they theymight theymlgbt theymight
might become available for carrying carryingchildren crrymebltdren carryingchildren
children about the grounds groundsUnfortunately grouadUnortunakly
Unfortunately however one of the themost themo themost
most mo t valuable luable specimens mentI died rather cud suddenly cuddenly ud uddenl ¬
denly denl and as a it was thought not huposIble impos impossible baposodble ¬
sible Ible that its death was U indirectly indirectlybrought Indirectlybrought Indirectlybrought
brought about by the shock and strain of ofbreaking otbreaking ofbreaking
breaking In it was decided to abandon abandonthe abandonthe 4 4the
the experiment experimentIn
In Italy Ital during the hot summer
enough I No one will buy bu my m piUc and andI aDelI andI
I am ruined ruinedJohnny ruinedJohnn ruinedJohnny
Johnny Johnn stared at him in astonishment astonishmentBut astonishmentBut astonishmentBut
But why he said Why wont they theybuy th8Ybuy theybuy
buy your pills pillsBecause putsBecause pillsBecause
Because they say that they tho are bad budhave badhave badhave
have done more harm than thnngoodha thnngoodha81on good goodhave goodhavegiven have havegiven
given 81on faults Instead of curing them themsaid themsold 1 1s
said s ld the professor bitterly The other otherday otherdRY otherday
day a woman onum asked me for a pill to euro euroher curoher cureher
her lltle girl of talkativeness and she shesays shei1l shegays
says i1l S that It has given her a vfelent vfelenttemper v velenttemper lent lenttemper
temper A man who had a 8 pill for bad badtemper badtom badtemper
temper tom per has become greedy while a D boy boywho boywho boywho
who took one of my pills for greediness greedinesshas SToodlnesshas greedinesshas
has become talkative I cannot under understand under5tand understand ¬
stand It added the professor with 1th a agroan 8groan agroan
groan unless the pills have become becomemixed becomemixed becomemined
mixed But I am so s careful to keep them themIn themIn themin
In the proper boxes boxesMixed boxesMIxed boxesMixed
Mixed exclaimed Johnny and tho thoprofessor thoprofessor thoprofessor
professor looked up sharply at his tone toneBut tonltBut toneBut
But if they were they the wouldnt give givepeople givepeople givepeopla
people faults faultsOh faultsOh faultsOh
Oh yes 06 they would said the profes professor protessor professor ¬
sor That Is s the funny thing about my mypills mypillsthoy mypillsthey
pills pillsthoy they can give the fault they cure cureto cureto cureto
to any in one who ho does not alrecdy possess possessit
it Thats why Im so careful roul not to mix mixthem mixthem mixthem
them If a goodtempered man were to totake totake totake
take a pill for bad temper he would be hecome become become
come badtempered Do you OU see seeJohnny seeJohnn seeJohnny
Johnny Johnn did see and remembering how howhe howhe howhe
he had mixed the pills Ills knew that he was wasat wasat WIlSat
at the roet of all the mischief mls hlcf And theprofessor the theprofessor theprote55or
professor watching watchin him had grown sus suspicious susplcloU5 suspiclous ¬
picious piclousCould piciousCould plcloU5Could
Could you OU have touched my mypllls pills lie liesaid hesaid liesaid
said saidnOh
saidOh
nOh Oh no answered Johnny Johnn for I am amsorry amsorry amsorry
sorry to say that he was untruthful as aswell aswell aswell
well as mischievous And then because becausehe becausehe becausehe
he felt his face getting red he ran grin away awayBut awayBut awayBut
But the professor felt sure that he had hadtold hadtold hadtold
told a story and thinking how useful a apill apill apill
pill for the cure of untruthfulnesg untruthful Ys would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be the professor proceeded to Invent one oneand onennd oneand
and a few days Inter when he saw sawJohnny sawJohnny sawJohnny
Johnny passing by his window ho called calledhim calledhim calledhim
him in Johnny went very reluctantly reluctantlyDo reluctantl reluctantlDo
Do you Hko honey said the profes professor proes proessor professor ¬
sor iI I have some and should like you youto youto ou outo
to taste It And he took a v spoonful from froma
a pot upon the table tableFor tableFor tableFor
For a moment Johnny eyed It doubt doubtfully doubtrull doubtfully ¬
fully rull then he opened his mouth and andswallowed amIsw andswallowed
swallowed sw llowed the spoonful of honey Then Thenafter Thenafter Thenafter
after saying it was very nice and andthanking andthnnkJng andthanking
thanking the thoprofo5mr professor ho went away awayBut awayButbefore awayBut
But Butbefore before he had got home ho turned turnedround turnedround turnedround
round and ran back again to the profos pro os
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On thehawks o e Serne Sernerh
rh n the do s are scrU d
the flies Je are very numerous and andwy
wy annoying annoyingKind annoyingKind mIOytnrKIACI
Kind masters ma < < era try to protect their horses horsesrora OtHS OtHSrom
rom these dies by covering them with withit withiots
it and plumes which incidentally incidentallyve 1ncktaJlytYe
tYe ve them a very gay and festive appear appearice appcerUIee appearThe
UIee UIeeTIM ice iceThe
The masters too make an attractive attractiverfctnre
under their queer gay sunshades sunshadesA sunshadesfriend
A friend from Paris sent tills I picture pictureif
if C a dogbarber plying his trade on the thelivw
> Seine SeineA SeineA SeineA
A Teuton says 75 she 1 fe the tender
aors r8 cottage His face fac was very ery red as ashe ashe ashe
he entered and he hung his head headI headII
I 11 I mixed ml ed the pills ho stammered stammeredI s eret1 eret1I
I climbed through the window 1nd w and andlooked andJooke4l andlooked
looked at them and spilt them and
name by which the French poodle ve dl Is Isknown Isknown s sknown
known in his native land landHe JaDdHe landHe
He is a 8 very important member of ofthe oftbefamll ofthe
the tbefamll family and every Sunday SUn aymomlng aymomlnghe morning morninghe
he is sent in care of a maid to t the dog
barber 1 rber on the beaks of the Seine for forhis torhis forhis
his bath and shave shaveA shaveA shaveA
A franc for the bath and a franc for forthe torthe forthe
the shave in the wonderful clipping ma machine machine machine ¬
chine 46 cents in aU and then Teuton Teutonis T eton
is ready for his beautiful new pink rib ribbon rlbbon ribhon
bon and the pleasant nt amble dawn the theboulevard theboulevard theboulevard
boulevard toward home
THE PROFESSORS MAGIC TEMPER PILLS PILLSFUNNY FUNNY LITTLE TALE
I m
Oaoe apes po a time u t there ere was a profes profesdver pm pmspr profeapr
spr a very d vss manis lever in fact factthat facttlNtt factthat
that he ae was really y a alie magfcrtan magfcrtanHe magfchnHe
He lived Ja m a cottage by himself JabM1i in the thecountry theCOUIIlr7 thecountry
country and ad an the people around knew knewabout knewaat knewabout
about him and his magic magicexcept except a little littleboy littleDoT littleboy
boy called Johnny who bad only lately latelyeome latelycame latelycame
came to live in the neighborhood neighborhoodOne Dddt orbood orboodOne
One morning this little boy stood S MHl look looking lookInr looklag ¬
lag Inr through the t e professors window windowwhlch wiftdo wiftdowhleh windowwhich
which was open opeowatchIIIg watching him at workIt WOkIt work wordIt
It seemed eem 4 very funny work to Johnny Johnnythe Johmt Johmttile Johnnythe
the professor prof was TQenitfwg 108 something somethingup SOIMtJII SOIMtJIIup
up in a sort t of heals baatnWhatever buIftWhatner healsWhatever
Whatever are you doing gr he said at atlast atlast atlast
last lastThe
lastThe
The professor looked up with a start startfor st startfor rt rtfor
for he had not noticed Johnny He wore worespectacles worespetacks Ore OrespetaclH
spectacles for be was quite an ohl man manand manand manand
and he looked through them kindly and andsmiled andsmiled andsmiled
smiled Im making mak pills ptu pills he answered answeredPillar answeredPillar answeredMisr
Pillar Misr And Johnny backed b clted a little littlefrom lUtlefrom littlefrom
from the window 1ndo for you see he hethought hethought hethought
thought of ordinary pills pillsTho pUlaTb pillsThe
The Tb professor prot guessed at onco what whatJohnny wOOtJohnny whatJohnny
Johnny thoughti thought thoughtNot tho ht htNot
Not i of pills for the cure of Illness Ittn 85 he heexplained ItoexplaIned heexplained
explained but faults taultsRch e ch as a bad bedtemper badtemper badtemper
temper greediness sulkiness and selMhness sel selfishness setfttdIn ¬
fishness fttdIn
Surprise Conquered Fear FearOh FenrOk FearOhl
Ohl Oh said Johnny coming nearer er to tothe tothe tothe
the window again He had never heard heardof 1teardor heardof
of pill pills for the cure of faults beforehave before beforehave beforehave
have you you7m nd though he supposed they theywere the thewer8 theywere
were just i nasty as the other kind his hissurprise hissurprl8e hissurprise
surprise nquered his fear and ha hawatched hitwatcbec1 hewatched
watched the professor with greater inter interest Interest interest ¬
est than before And then he was told toldas toldas toldas
as children often are told by grownups grownupswhen groynJISwhen groanupswhen
when they are getting dreadfully Inter Interested intere Interacted ¬
acted e ted in things thingsto to run away awayI a
I am very busy explained the pro professor profeaeor professor ¬
fessor and I never let I t anybody anybod watch watchme watchme watchme
me when I come to the magic ma c part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the pillmaking At the mention of ofmagic ormaJc ofmagic
magic of course Johnny wanted to tostay tostay tostay
stay more than ever Run away aW21 little littleboy lltUeboy littleboy
boy If you please pleaseAnd pleaeAnd pleaseAnd
And Johnny did run away but not notvery notvery notvery
very far and after a 8 time he saw the theprofessor tbcprofessor theprofessor
professor come out of his cottage and andlocking andlocking andlocking
locking the door behind b hind him set out for ti tiwalk nWIlIk awalk
walk And when the professor roCessor was out outof outof outof
of sight Johnny went back to the cot cottage cottege cottage ¬
tage and nd peeped eped in at the window again againThere againTherc againThere
There was nothing on the table now nowthe nowthe nowthe
the basin and al all the bottles and boxes boxesthpre boxesth boxesthpre
thpre th re had been lots when Johnny looked lookedbefore lookedbefore lookedbefore
before had been put away but gazing gazingaround gazingaround gazingaround
around the room he saw a number numb r of oflittlo 01UtUo oflittle
little round boxes boxe standing on a a shelf shelfIlka shel shelIIke shelflike
like ordinary pill boxes And a 8 sudden suddennaughty suddennaubht suddennaughty
naughty mischievous mJ cbleous desire took posses possession possession possession ¬
sion of him to see what the pills pillsthe pillsthemagic pillsthemagic the themagic
magic pills IJillslnslde inside were like likeThe
5 5The 9 9The
The window was still open and a 1 few fewmoments fewmoments fswmoments
moments later Johnny bad climbed climbedthrough clImbedtIrough climbedthrough
through It itwas was standing on a chair and andlooking andlooking andlooking
looking at the professors proes ors pHlsbut pms but as asho ashe asho
ho was looking at them a step outside outsidestartled outsidestartled outsidestartled
startled him so that he dropped the box boxin boxIn boxn
in n his hands and knocked two others othersoff othersoft othersoff
off the shelf The step had not been the theprofessors theprofossorsIt theprofessors1t
professors profossorsIt It passed JNl ed by the cottage but butthe butthe butthe
the pills had rolled over tho floor In every everydirection oerydirection everydirection
direction and Johnny felt dreadfully dreadfullyfrightened dreadfullyfrIghtened dreadfullyfrightened
frightened They were all mixed now of ofcourse oCcourno ofcourse
course but ho didnt think of o that as ho hogathered hogathored hogathered
gathered them hastily hastll up and put them themInto themInto theminto
Into the boxes and when he scrambled scrambledout scrambledout scramblodout
out of the window again before the pro professor prof professor ¬
fessor f sor returned he thought there was no noharm noharm noharm
harm done after ter all allA aUA allA
A few days later Johnny went to the thecottage thecottage thecottage
cottage again to watch the professor professormaking professor professormnklng professormaking
making pills and to try to persuade him himto 111mto himto
to lot him see the maglo part J > It But Butwhen Butwhen Butwhen
when ha looked through tho window nobasin no nobasin nobastn
basin or bottles or boxes stood upon tho thotable thotable thotable
table and thought tho professor prof ssor was In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the room he sat with his face burled In Inhis Inhis inhis
his hands At Johnnys cry of dismay ho holookMl holookpd holooked
lookMl looked up U and Johnny thought he looked lookedmuch lookedmuch lookedmuch
much older than when ho had seen him himbefore himb himbefore
before beforeWhatever b beforeWhatever foro foroWbctever
Whatever Is the matter he saidTho said saidTlio saidrhe
Tlio Professors Grief GriefMatter GZI GrlefMatter f fratter
Matter said ld th the professor and ho hospoke ho5Ioke hospoke
spoke in a very Ba sad voice volcematter = matter
Then he burst into tears and the pro professor professor professor ¬
fessor patted him kindly on the shoulder shoulderHe s shoulderHe uIdor uIdorHe
He was looking Quite happy again now nowThats nowThats nowThats
Thats right he said adding as asthough asthough asthough
though to himself I knew that th t would woulddo weulddo woulddo
do It ItThen ItThen ItThen
Then he set to work to make seme semefresh semefresh somefresh
fresh pills for the cure of greediness bad badtemper oodmper badtemper
temper mper and talkativeness and took t ok them themat themat themat
at once to the people who bad ad suffered sufferedthrough 8Uttor 8Uttorthrough sufeolthrough
through Johnnys misehievoosness 1I scb14W nesB and andwhen andwhon andwhen
when he had explained what had lad hap happened happened happened ¬
pened and begged < them to let him set setthings setthings setthings
things right they were only too glad to toaccept toaccept toaccept
accept the pills and pay for them themSo themSo themSo
So the professors pills became popular popularagain popuIsragaIn popularagain
again and he went on inventing them till tillhe tillhe tillhe
he had a cure for almost a1mo t every fault faultincluding faultin faulttneluding In Ineluding
eluding mischievousness mlsehievOUSI es5 And he gave gaveJohnny gaeJohmy gaveJohnny
Johnny one of these the e in another spoonful spoonfulof
of o honey so that he should not meddle meddlewiih meddlewl meddlew1h
wiih wl his pills again againBut asalnBut againBut
But Im so glad sJadarent arent you you7that that you youand YOUand youand
and I dont have pills for faults Its so sot somuch somuch
t much better to fight Sbt a fault and conquer conquerit conquerItAmy conqueritAmy
it ItAmy Amy Forrest ForrestIlomcmnde ForrestIIomcmnde ForrestHomemade
Homemade Hand Grenades Grenadesfrom Grennd Grenadesfre e eFI1Im
from fre n tile Kaasu aasu City J J9 JssnL JssnLA HBL HBLA riaL riaLA
A Kansas country paper wants every everyfarmer everylmer everyfarmer
farmer lmer to have protection against fire It Itsays Itays Itsays
says saysEvery
Every home should have In Inconvenient Inconvenientplaces convenient convenientt convenientpJaC
t places pJaC S some means of o fighting fire Prob Probably Probably Probablyy ¬
ably the most convenient is hand gre grsnades grenadesnot grenadesnot
nades nadesnot not the kind that you ou buy buysbut but the thehomemade thehomemade thehomemade
homemade ones at the cost of a few fewcents fewcents fewcents
cents and nOOa a little trouble Take Take twenty twentyparts twentyparts twentyparts
parts of o unslacked l1n lackedUme lime five five1 partadf parts > UtS ° of com common com common ¬
mon mon salt and dissolve duoh In seventyfive seventyfiveparts sevontyftveparts seventyfiveparts
parts of water 8tar When en thoroughly thoro g ly dis dissolved dls5Qlved dissolved ¬
solved Pour pour Into thin bottles and cork corktight corktight corktight
tight If a fire occurs break one oneor or two twobottles twobottles twobottles
bottles Into and the mixture will willsmoth willsmother smoth smother ¬
i er it out even when It has h g gained con considerable considernbleproportIons considerable ¬
siderable sidernbleproportIons proportions
AN ALADDINS ALAD INS LAMP
This lamp is not n not t the famous lamp of ofAladdin ofAJaddfn ofAladdin
Aladdin which he had only to rub gently gentlyIn
In order to bring about the most wonder wonderful wonderful wonderful ¬
ful and extravagant doings In the world worldIt worldIt
It Is s however Row ever a v wonderful lamp for forIt forit forit
It has power werto to produce pro < iuce an extraord extraordinary extraordnary extraordnary ¬
nary light similar to that of a v powerfulincandescent powerful powerfulIncandescent powerfulIncan
Incandescent Incan esceJat electric globe and that too toowithout toowithout toowithout
without either smoke or any sort of disagreeable dis disagreeable dlsagreMble ¬
agreeable odor odorFirst odorFirst odorFirst
First you must be told that platinum platinumIs
Is a metal that has tho property of ab absorbing a1r a1rsorbing absorbing ¬
sorbing a great deal of gas or vapor vaporVery vaporVery apor aporVery
Very well Now prepare your lamp lampthus lampthug lampthus
thus Take an ordinary chafingdish chafingdishlamp ch chaRngdishlamp ftngdlsh ftngdlshlamp
lamp alcohol alco ol lamp fix up a strong wire wirearm wirearm
arm over It something > like a fancy fancystreetlamppost fancystreetJalOP11Ost fancystreetlamppost
streetlamppost orsho or orsboslgn shop sign support and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from this arm suspend aplatinum a platinum wire
r
which has been twisted into a spiral spiralMake spl sPiraLMake aL aLlak
Make lak cure that the wire Iro hangs directly directlyover directly directlyover directlyover
over the wIck or the Hole Ie through thr ugq which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the flame rises risesNow risesNow risesNow
Now light the t o wick or or alcohol and th the
flame will quickly shoot up the platinum platinumwire platInumwire platinumwire
wire and make it rod hot hotIn hOtIn
In a few moments rnorn nts put out the flame
You will then discover the astonishing
fact that the platinum wire far from fromgradually tromgI1dually fromgradually
gradually cooling will grow steadily
hotter the wick being warm enough to topromote topromote topromote
promote a continuous vaporization of
the alcohol and the vapor being steadily steadilyabsorbed steadilyabsorbed J 1absorbed r
absorbed by the platinum wire and as a
soon as it turns to t a a pinkish pinkishwhite pinkishwhitecolor pinkishwhitecolor whlta whltacolor
color It will bcsrm to throw thrOw out outan an In Intense Intensc in intense ¬
tense tense clear light whlohwill whloh will continue as aslong aIlong aslong
long as the acohol ac hol lasts l u

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