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1 Charles Cha lcs 12 and Elsie t tb thbn 6gid o girl rl was 10 10years 10f 10years
years years f ra of of ago ArcKiowas Arcm was a as 1 i idle ° > carel care careless caref
f less leS boy who v o did nothing no hiD to help hel hePr l his mother but butspoilt butYI
r YI ° spoilt fip l1t his time strolling st1oll lg in In the t e woods with other otheridlers otheridle otheridlers
idlers idle 5 swimming in the river in summer or building buildingbonfires buildingb buildingbonfires
bonfires b in winter while skating skati g on tb the janal < ana wast wasting wasting westing ¬
ing his time as well as wearing out his clothes clotheswhile clothesvhil clotheswhile
while vhil the other children tried in every everyway way to ease ease4hai easethoiLJJ1othors easefhaixmothors
4hai thoiLJJ1othors anothers burden and assist her 1 er in maintaining maintainingtboir maintainingtheir naintai ing ingtlJ
their tlJ r humble hum le 2iume fume While the impoverished motherwas mother motherwas mothera
was was tva 1way away from fr o ln home toiling toiHngnt a at dressmaking Zlsie ilsicwas Zlsiewas lsic lsicwas
was housekeeper ho sekcevcr and her mother often fait grati gratified giatified gratifled ¬
fied to think that the house Was ns in such good goodhands goo goobands goodhands
hands while she was absent for Elsie was very clever cleverindeed cleverindeed cleverindeed
indeed Charles ran errands for the grocer grocer and andoften andoften andoften
often learned carne twentyfive cents per day 1 n summer summerthe summerthe summertho
the tvo younger children gathered berries in the thewoods thewoods thewoods
woods and sold s ld them earning in this manner quite quitea
a sum of moneenough money enough to clothe clo e them properlybut Properlybut properly uoperlybut
but Archie would wo ld never condescend to such toil He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was too proud as well as lazy In winter wint r however howeverthey howeverthey howeverthey
they found t und it a difficult difficultmntter matter to to procure enough enoughmoney enoughmoney enoughmoney
money to buy food foodI foodwish
r I wish said Elsie one wintry wintr = t day as asjvshe She lookedout looked lookedout lookedout
< out of the window that we had a ahor hprsejj Charley Charleylaughed Ch L rley rley1nighed ley
laughed 13 gl1cd Would V auld we we feed feed Q d him bi on n snojjypths snow it f h asked askedWhat algkcdWhat cd cdCWhnt
What would we do with ahorse ahorsej a ahoselianted ho = se1u se1uI
j T I J J11apted f Sj r rCanted
Canted a Horseto Horse to AidIn Aid ld ldIn > 1 1In
In Making Makin g a a living livingWo Liviri LivingWc g gjV r
jV Wo C would o l use the old d wagon 1VaNon J1 ha rats at standing ding ° idle idleall i iall idleair
all the time In n tHe tli c cWhy back yard y she jh he replied replipdWhy v vWhy <
Why not wish for a sleigh inquired inq ircd Charley CharleyI Ch rl y yI
I dont want the horse for fun said Elsie ElsieWocould ElsieW Elsie9V
W Wocould Qcould hitch him m into th the shafts shafts and a d then tbenb buy buya y ya
a lot of oranges oJ3nges and sell them about a ab ut town to > our oursummer our our6urpmel oursummer
summer 6urpmel customers customersThats custom eustomorsThats rs rsThllesso
> Thats Thllesso so 1 lexcl exclaimed imed CharleyT You Y mQon dont t6up t6uppOS sup suppose1 supPose
Pose pose1 pOS I couldpull could pun that tb3 t wagon around n ound do yoti1 yoti1Of yg you youOf r rllQf
llQf Of course coprse not Its far tpo heavy No SoL o We We7oik Weould Weotw
7oik bavo 11loto to have a horlc horlcCharley hor horC1iarleysighed horse >
Charley C1iarleysighed Cliare sighed The iandlorS landQra h itllQra had been i there therethatmorning therethntmornins therethat
thatmorning that morning and told to1 < Iris mother thaft tha unless lcss the therent tnerent therust
rent was WilS paid 1 > i l at once Je would conipol < them themt themtmo to tomove tot
t move mo out und Charley Cluulf > Y saw no way of procuring procuringtwenty procupng procupngtwenty procuringtwenty
twenty dollars dot tls It would be terrible to have b vc to t to move movein InO movein
in such weather and there wos w s no money mon y to pay for formoving forDlQving formoving
moving either eith r Archie came in and andgrowlcd growled be because becn1 because ¬
cause cn1 the ice was S too soft to allow all V any skating but butwhen butwllcl1 butwhen
when Elsie suggested 5UggCSt > d that he chop chopsom some firewood fir wo d hegrew he hegrew heg1CW
grew veryautrry very cryau anrry ry Instead ofchopping of clibpping wool w wooLhc o 1 > hc be befran beIan begau
fran to draw dn1 pictures on the whitewashed whitew sned wall of tho thoJiitelicii thoJdtclJcn thekitchen
kitchen aldiouph iltJlOlt rli h Elsie told him that the landlord landlordJiad landlordl landlordmd
Jiad l d complained of the defacement of Irts property propertythat propertythat propertythat
that veryday very day Archie gricnedbut grinned but did not desist desistlie desistHe desistIle
lie vrn xaa 3 < < 1 fond f nd of drawing these pictures and often oftenaid ofteneili oftensaid
eili said aid < l that ho Je woe 06 going to t be b an artist artistu aJiewspaper aJiewspaperartist t ewspaper ewspaperJltSt ewspaper ewspaperartist
artist because he IC thought they never n ver had hatf o o work at atell atdl atsal
ell but onij go around spending moireand money moliet and en enjoying en enjojins enjo
jojins jo in life lifeArchie 1irerchc lifeArchie
Archie rchc said s id that he know a eanalle canolleift > who wh had a ahorso alorso ahorse
horse that was now idle i 1e because of the ice in the thecauul the3nal tlioaul
cauul and lie thought perhaps the man man would wOuldlet wOuldlettlicni w u1det u1detthem let letthem
them have the Ia animal for a very eryslJ1al1 small sum sumWill SUInWin ampWill
Will you ougo go and ask him i inquired Elsie IlJ IlJral1 I Iroally Ireally
really ral1 think th lk W we vc might make m kcsone some money m money ne J mall our ourold o ooM ourold
old eust eust6raers ustO ibers rs like us and will certain certamf eertaiuls buy our ouroranges ourIrnn ouroranges
oranges Irnn cs to 10 help 1 lp us us alongc along alongGo j jGoY
c Go GoY yourself y Ulsclf > said Archie Afchie Tm Inioofircdu InioofircduCharley I Im t too ooitircdl iced icedC >
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Charley Hurried Off to r rBorrow o
Borrow the Animal Animalf A If1a1 0 0If
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i c Ill IlIgo go 1 said Charley tI CI i know knowtue the man man youunan you youmean
mean 111 nn Perhaps he will lend us us the horse if i we wefeedhiin wefeed wofeed
feedhiin feed Mm MmPerllnl MiniPerIiaps r rPerhaps
Perhaps but I guess not 1 exclaimed Archie ArchieI xchie xchieI
I lontbclicvo dOll t bcJjeTcl1 holl 1l let you y u have him at at all but he bewould hewould hewould
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would let mo have him for hes a friend friendfof f mine mineJDIien minethen
W then n wont you please go and ask nskhim tim to to lend lenditr l lendthaliorse nd
itr 1 thaliorse oJorsc horse to us 1 said Elsie tearfully tcarfuUy0hpcrJInpS
Ohr 0hpcrJInpS Dh perhaps Ill see him hi m tomorrow tomorrowLansvere tomorrowLansvereArc1i t answered answeredArcliie answerersArchie
Archie Arc1i c Theres no use traipsing aU allth3 the way back back3ut backtli J Jfl
fl tli r rtoday rtodayI3ut itoday I Iutemay
I3ut 3ut utemay we ice may be put out tomorrow tomorrow cried Char Cbarley74rI Charlay Charley
ley74rI lay 1I I will Y ll goit go At ntonce ntonceI1aI1U onceI once onceHi
= wro I Hi I1aI1U f hurried icd away instantly for he was waseager eager toPut to topufeElsids totitElsi
pufeElsids Put titElsi Elsios so suggestion to the test because he h e knew knewtheppcer k new newthe 1ew 1ewth
the theppcer th oc ocer r would let him have all the theornngeS Oranges heneeded he lieneGdejlwithout
t needed neGdejlwithout n without 11t out paying paymg cash for iortliemat tBem tEemat at once onceE Elsie Elsiecjulse 1 5ie 5ieh i iCouldv
h cjulse c Couldv ui eehim Jum liim pi plowing owingj through throughthe the d deep deepsnow ee snow until un unt
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JtA A HOl HORSE SE l SHOUTED d ARCH ARCHIE IE t 1 WANT WANTAHORSEl > h + AHORSE r
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herdisappearediin n the woods w woodsanearrtht dsne nearthe rth canal canalibank canalibankArchiecdntiiiued crin lbabk lbabkt bank bankJrcliie
Archiecdntiiiued Jrcliie t hic jIltiiiuec to disfigure disfigure the wall until imtilge imtilgew he hewas hewaS
was w tired then he threw himself upon upon4Q the jofa off fi to toread toread toreadTop
read readTop v vringstory np PopEyed pEycd Eyed Pete the Prairie PrairiePh Phantom nt ID ti a stir stirring stirring st F ¬
ring ringstory story ookwbich book which he had borrowed from om another anotherboy7 anoth anotherbo r rboY
boy7 boY bo ra 7 7An 7c 7nhour 1Anhour
c Anhour An nhour liour passed but Charley did not not ot return He Hewas lIeWAS e ewas
was was waiting for Mr OKeefe the th thecanaIlei canallef c Daner to t coine coinehome cQm110me omehome
home but Elsie of course course did not know this thisand thisandfuia this and analfinally andfinally
finally fuia growing ow ng alarmed she put on on her er hood andwent and andwent tndwerit
went to seek seekh him m for she s had hada a secret s secret er t fear te ro roorYr of orYr orYrOKeefe 3Jr 3JrOTTeefe MrOKeefe
OKeefe because he was w s a adrcndfullyprofan dreadfully profane profaneman profanemanand man manand map mapand
and sometimes drank whisky She was half half afraid afraidto afraiddto
to venture near his house but bu when she drew dr w nearand near nearand J1 ar arand
and saw saw Charley sitting on the the steps she uttered uttcr d a aglad 11glad aglad
glad little cry and ran ranto to him seated seat cihers hers6lfbeside hers6lfbesidehim herselfbtisidehim U b s e ehim
him and andtivaited waited for the canallers return returnv return returnIrs t tMrs
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Mrs Irs Whir Whix Searched a Chestand Chest Chestand Chestand r
and Found the th Lamp LampMeanwhile LampMcanwhiie LampMeanwhile
Meanwhile Mrs Whix came home hOp1cnlm almost st prostrated pros prostrated pros prostrnt ¬
trated trnt d for she had met the landlord arid ldbe he had hadrepeated hadre hadrepeated
repeated re eated his threat of turning her family fafti l y ydoors out o t of ofdoors ofdoors
doors atthq at attli thQ end endof of the week weekBt at th the very latest unless unlesshis unlesshis unlesshis
his money was forthcoming It was aterrilie atcrri61rpros atcrri61rprospcc pros prospcct pros prospeat
peat pcc The winter was but half gone go gone eheJ herearnings herearningswere ri ings ingswere
were very small and there was no way of procuring procuringany procuringany rocuringany
any any money She sat down and cried This This disturbed disturbedArchie disturbedArchie disturbedArchie
Archie very much He asked his mother if she shecould shecould shecould
could not weep quietly and as she wishedto wishe topl please pleasehim pleasehim S Shim
him she desisted at 1t once Then she she be began beg can n to sortavCr sort sortpvr sortr
pvr r the few objects o jeets in the house that ppssibly > ps iby mightsbe might mightsbe jgh
sbe be Sold to procure some money There was wns little littlethat littlet4atwas tittlediet
that t4atwas was of the least Icastvalue value for everything cverythi costly
had long ago been disposed of An oak chest 1i t stood stoodagainst st stoodagainst d dagainst
against the wall and last she an anoldkey
at opened openc this with an anold n noldkey
old oldkey key sighing as she did so Archie A chie sprang sprangUp up at atonce aton atonce
once on once e This chest had belonged b orig d to his Uncle TJncleTom Tom aailor a aBailor nj
Bailor ailor j qr who had gone to sea ea twelve tw Jve years years before b fore and andiever aItdnever andnever
never never returned nor had his ship ever ever be been n heard heardfrom heardfrom heardfrom
from in all these yearsAre years yearsAre yearsAre
Are you going to search s i h thecheaHM the < chest st 3 a asked askedArchie asl askedArchie d dArchIe
Archie eagerly eagerlyYes y ° I RYes x xYes
Yes I must get some some money mone money I hatetotake hatetotakeanything hate to taka take takeanything
anything a ing from here beretbut but alas al f I If fear fear aF PoQm pOQr 2Qr r Tom o oin n is isdead isqend i
dead and will have no use usefor gse for orthe tie thing lHin he left leftwith leftwith t twith
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with me meArchig
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Archi Archig tcni peered into the chest ch st asllis as his mother soak ioojcout soakout toqlout
out the th lost sailors a lorsbeIongings belongings There Therewe1e were were strang strange strangeweapons strangw ge geweapons
weapons weapons w apolli curious c nous shells and queer unknown unh oWi objects objectsgathered objectsgathered jccts jcctsgat
gathered gat red in 1nmany many foreign landsclothes lands clothesand lotheSilndbook5 lotheSilndbook5but and booksbut books
1 but i she 1 found 1 no o m money ey The mi mitered he things w were relf3ca scat scattered
tered ter all over over the tb floor or whettshe had hndr reached drtIie drtIieb rtne rtnebottom tliebottom
bottom b ttom of o the th chest chestI
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I suppose supp se some of these daggers dftgg rs and an words swordsare swordsarewprth aje ajewprth ai aiwprth
wprth something soi thing she sh sighed gh l j Ivvill I will i1rjrN t try r to tos feell feellthem fs sP11 sP11them ll llthem
them at the antique store storeWhats storeWhats storeWhats
Whats this Y asked s e Archie folding old oldinptlpcastra ngup upa a strange stfangelittleobject strangelittleob7eet JJe JJelittle
littleobject little object made of copper or bro bronze nze lodking IOdkings9 sPm spinV spinVwhatlike l1 l1whatlike l lwhatlike
whatlike a queer little littIeteapot teapot J
0 Thats an ancient lamp his mptHer D nioo 9t thier r repliedPoor replied repliedPoor r plied pliedPoor
Poor Tom brought it from ii II1 Bildad in iDArabi iDArabiVhy Arabia ArabiaVhy ArabiaWhy
Why Vhy thats a funny unnyoJd old thing to calla call A lamp lampcried Jrl1ppP Jrl1ppPcried lampcried
cried Arabic Arcl i incredulously ncred lo1iNy ftWhE Wheres 1 Jn1plac iheVpIac thespl aca to toput to toput toput
put the thechImneyi1 chimney < < rW4 rW4lXbe ni niTheyhadno e4 e4r < < =
lXbe r Theyhadno TheY pad had no lamp la p c qEimneys 1 imneys iconeys iconeysx in in x 1 those faroff farofftimes farofitimesaid tirafftimc
times timesaid < said id Mrs Whix 7JJix They filled mle tbalami theiampjwjih theiampjwjihoil th amP1Yith amP1Yithoil ° vith vithoil
oil and laid a piece of otc cotton tton or or somethingin 5 X 1 thiIlg n i 1 1that so sothat so sothat
that the end Id rested rested against fhatw fhatw1Yhy that thatWhy thatWhy
Why the kerosene would wdj d catch catchfireat f fire reaton at once said saidArchie saidArchie said saidArchie
Archie examining the tiny th y lamp lampThey lampThey lampThey
They ha h no no keroscnCj keros kerosene nc1 either eith rt sjie he added Ada ° d 9 IChey ICheyused trheyusCd he heused
used whaleoil I su supposcor or something s methi i gof of t the kind kindShebegan k bineatShe ndtl ndtlShe
Shebegan She began egan to replace the contents c contents ntcrit of the f chest echeStwhile chestwhile chest chestwhile
while Archie took the lamp tothe to thcvi the window windpwto p to o better betterinspect betterinspect tter tterinspect
inspect the object It was curiously cur ously Cak carved ruedlwl with withstrange withstrimgcfigurcs t1 1 1strange
strange strimgcfigurcs figures and queer ueer distorted dist ted markstTvlucJi r marks rkscWhi ivhih he hesupposed hesUppos hesupposed
supposed sUppos d were Arabic Ar bic 1Ctters lettersAimdho 1 ttersi1n nd howes he was right but buthe buthe buthe
he could co d not read them of course courseSuddenly c course courseSuddenly rs rsSuddenly
Suddenly a wild wildthoughtilnsbcd thought flashed i5ito to his mind mindThis mindThis 1id 1idThis
This was an old lampfrom lamp from Arabia rnbi lWhi Why could itnot it itnot itnot
not be Aladdins lamp 1 If nol ri no t 3 3magic perhaps some s m Other bthein Othermagic
magic n gic lamp witha with a genie genieattach attaehmentxwho attachment eritiwho vwhorcould couldbe couldbesummoned d be Je5uInIitoned besummoned
summoned by b rubbing rubbin it as aswas Is was wns the the casewiti case wi with the thecelebrated thocele thecelebrated
celebrated cele ratcd lamp of AladdinHe Aladdin AladdinHe
f fHe
He He started as the full thought formed foxm iri hisbrain his Msbrain hisbr1in
brain then he went to the door doorIlWhere doorWhereare V VWhere
Where Whereare are re you going with that th t lamp 1 IDp11 nsk askeahis askeahismother asked a his hismother i5 i5mother
mother with some anxiety anxi ty for sKefeare1 s1f she fear f r 1 < Ke li heiQould heiQouldtake would wouldtakd ould ouldjak
take the lamp away and sell it it its asie as 1s he 1ev was was sJ3 such uch uchfor ch a aworthless i iworthless
worthless little seamp scam that notliin 1Qtlj 1s n f htoo d mean meanfor an anfor
for him to undertake fr < t v O OJm r rX r9m
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9m = Ijn just goingbutsi go bgoin goutaadososeaosee gbu i spl Sb tpvsXQ t9S e1 at i i beiteri1 F he hemumbled hemumbled hemumbled
mumbled H r ri r rF rIt
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It Was Really Rei ly the theLama HJSfrV h il f fLamp
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Lamp Aladdin Used US UsedYou d > lo v > r
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c You come comeback back with it nonce afe once ri e she cried criedsharply criedsharply criedsharply
sharply but butlIe lie paid no n attention atte1 t to i Sec e words Y d Instead In Instead n nstead ¬
stead he went out out quickly quickIyandcl and closed cIo S ed cI pie lli ha door d or Then Thenhewent Then Thenhe Thenhewentintothe
he hewentintothe hewent went into the wagon wngoIlsbed shed iitheendoftheiyard iitheendoftheiyardand i it ili theend ndj of fthe the and andand d dand
and sat down on the shafts Had Mrs IsWhb Whis looked lookedoutof i iookedoutof oked okedoutof
outof the window she could cOl d have have h v seen s seen en alDthatthen alDthatthenoccurred nlLllia then thenoecurred thenoecurreds
occurred but she shewts was busy usy replacing 1ctilaci ikthe the sailors ef effects effe offeats ¬
feats fe ts in the oldchesfc old chest It wasbltter was2 was = b bitter tfercoidbut gold cotd4utShere cotd4utSherein t tgold o ut t t = rove rovein ere erein
in in the the yard but Archie never noticed noti ed ih that t He Hechuckled Hechuckl Hechuckled
chuckled chuckl hilariously bilariouslysaying saying saringIf 3 S SIf r rIf
If its Al Aladdins Aladdins < 51ins lamp Im a millionaire zpi i n reI I1the I Ithe Ii Iithe
the genie comeswhen comes when Trub rrubitJtIEju1 I rub itiPlltjtistaskfor itPI1 7 ust ask lori for a a ton tonof to toofgold tonnof
of ofgold gold dollarsfirst dollars first piled up right here he here in the t e shed shedand shedundlll shedand
undlll and Ill have all aUthe the things I want wa want t after a f f to r that Geebut Gee Geebut Ge Gebtit
but Im nervous nervous Hehardlydar ELc Ic hardly dared d rub ru1i thtjt1IIl thtjt1IIlfor the th a lamp lamjifor lampfor
for fear ear of being b in disappointed if it failedr failed fait His Hishands Hishands s shands
hands trembled when w en he finally lly summoned summoned o cone cdtirage coneage OP OPage
age to rub it slightly and then theJlvigor vigorously vigorouslyB vigorouslyBlooked > usly > Ha Halooked Relooked
looked about him and a d as nothing othiI g 8p appeared pp eared aredhj5 his hiss + Tace Tacefell a ace acefell a afelI
fell Then he smiled as he said saidAfter = i iAfter
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After allIm 3 m kinder Jdndergl gladthe glad cl i tho lamp lamAaint J > iit bi tid tiddm = jLld Aladdins
dins dm s for f I Iwas Wasprettys rett scared r d If a I nl n ieiia f1 lime limeId miJ miJId
Id have i y tum tumbled lcd over rl Ilibet Jttt T > t >
Now a as 9lS this was aslea1 really 13 At A lidda g l lesn ca O OJ s S
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ago in the Arabian desert d rt Archi Ardbil rc1Jt s spoke oke a a little too toosoon toosoon toosoon
soon for although the be genie geme took tooka a ittleltime little th time toAnswer to toanswer to1llilwer
answer 1llilwer the thes summons summons mmo of the lamps master m steryyetof steryyetofco yatof yatofcourse yet of ofcourse
course co course r he had to answerAs answer As it had been so s many manycenturies manycenturies manycenturies
centuries since sin e anyone had rubbed rnbbeathEfl the lamp 111Pi the liegenie thegenie thegenie
genie had almost come come to the th conclusion conc1 S onthat that he hewould hewould hewould
would never be called up again but butnow now he came cameas camas came cameas
as quicklyas quickly as possible All the way fromArabia from 3rabia he hecame becam hecame
came cam in one minute and stood outside ofthat ofthatr ofthatrshackle jram jramshackle ram ramshackle
shackle wagon shed before the amazed boy The Thegenie Thegenic Thegenie
genie was wa a terrible object Beside Besidetwo two steelblue steelblueeyes st stedblueeyes el blue blueeyes
eyes he had another flashing like emerald e eral in the thecentre thecentre thecentre
centre of his forehead A pair of arms likes like a mans mansshad mansliad mansbad
bad he and also a pair p ir like a lions fore legSjarmed legSjarmedwith legs le armed armedwith tmedw
with w th awful claws Wings df enormous enorm enormous 1iS breadth breadthswept lreadthswept breadthswept
swept the snow as he came c came mE tothe to the ground in in n that thatlittle thatlittle thatlittle
little back yard A mysterious perfume filled lled the theicy thecy theicy
icy cy air as the genie bowed almost qhijostto to the thegr ground uud be before before before ¬
fore Archie and said saidGenie s saidGenie id idGenie
Genie Soon Gave Him Hima
a Big Pile of ofG Gold GoldBenie GoldBeale ld
Benie enie Magi uplalla upl lla bimbashi e effendi it enSi swaxma swaxmajorem s It Itenie waxma waxmaorem JI11l JI11ljorem
jorem orem which is Arabic for or What Whatarewtlie t ar arethe ilie commands com commands om omnands ¬
mands of the master of the lamp lampOf I IOf 1u 1uGf
Of course Archie did not understand a word of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this and an yet Y t because it was spoken 5po en in a a foreign foreignIsinguage forei r ign ignlanguage Sn Snlanguage
language he immediately lost all allms Ms fear fearfor feari for r he hefelt hefeltassort felt feltasort feltasortosneaqIg
assort asortosneaqIg of sneaking g contempt eo tcmPt for a agenie genie whocould whocouldnot wh < couId couIdnot
not speak English Eng1ishAre EnglishAre 1 1Are
Are you the thegenie genie of J the lamp l p ihe he asked askedThe asIieit asIieitThe askedThe
< The genie repeated repeat d the unlmow unknown i w01dshc words hehad hehadused had hadiIs hadused
used iIs d before 1Jeforeat at the same time seeming seeminsurprised g gThen surprised surprisedThen s tpcisedThen
Then heappeared heapp ared to notice that the thaboy boy was Wa not not an anArab anAra anArab
Arab Ara for he asked his question in another notherlariroxage notherlariroxagebut language languagebut
but it was wasall all the same thin thing to Archie Arcbtewh Archie who ili did not notunderstand notu notunderstand
understand u one word He once more n1 re inquired as asto asto s sto
to whether the tbegenie genie was w s the slave of the th l lamp mp and andagain andagain nd ndxgain
again the genie replied in still sti another tongue ton e eCant eCantyouspeakEnglishV I ICant
CantyouspeakEnglishV Cant you speak speakEnglish English V interrogatejithe iriterrog teft boy boyI
I dont know what youre saying sa 1ng If you i9U are are TL TLgenie ai aigenie agenie
genie I want a lot of things right ofi1 oift > > K KBismallah t tBismallah t J JBismallah
Bismallah jarhportuaallah 7amportua allah omar o nar1iliayyim khayyim rama ramadan rams ramsdan I Idan1u
dan dan1u exclaimedthe exclaimed the genie inpatient13 impatientVtanUAciae impatientVtanUAciaeobserved ri atient1y andArchie andArchieobserved tid k hi
observed o s rved that he was w s already beginning begi 1n g4 4o tofaith Hshiver Hshiverwith b v 1 1o r rwith
with cold for Arabia AS you know itno ploW i ig t a a cry warm warmcountry wrm wrmcountry J Je
country e untry and llP even even a genie cannotiendure caI cannotenduresnow 1J t dtuesiJ now 2 arid aridice a aice and andice
ice The boy also was W growing fuO g excited xcie andr a 1itt1e 1itt1elngry itjle iittlleangry itjleimpatient
angry Io for he feared f red th the genie gen e oJ1A ouidbecomctci ouidbecomctciimpatient e Il1 J Ji111Pa
impatient i111Pa i nt3ng and disappear isap nr in J1 a rd rne rage Bf tkQ thereb ereb jiisii jiisiihim ldSEB ldSEBhim s shim
him alTthe rill he benefit b efit of the old oldiamp amp aID rti 1j I 4 4F9r f fv
v For some sotne minutes the two tw endeayoriHvtO eBdeavot endeavoreat atdUrive atdUriveat d to arrive arriveat
at some some understanding understandingbut but QE r couric cou couitk jit it t was waspossible as im impossible 1 JD JDp ¬
possible p ib ta C comprehend 1t h n < on onfwoi one word on 01 on 2 Sfher et i the r side sideSuddenb1n si3eSuBdenly 11e 11esua
SuBdenly sua Suddenb1n nl H ideal struck srucf Archie Ar hi t i Srii 1 d falan 1 k i ngQlitfe ngQlitfepencil otit otitpencil i iJJ
pencil JJ ncd and rpaperae rpaper p perp > fete tried ne to p dime aw a a picture plc e of o hj his histrants is isVints
° Vints w trants nts His first rst desire IjeJng iig i id far gold and a big bigpile bidpie Ig Igp
pile p I ofir of it tb herdrew drewa a a roughoutline ou hZ t1ixie of o QDi mound ilm cLof cLofoidars d of ofop f fllts
op llts rs and pd while while 1h the genie B Tpjwfed eaite 1l l ghjyfriiJigjbe ghjyfriiJigjbeJnit shivering i4ffl he hemade
Jnit made 1 < i4 several of tbecoins the coins COInS v cve v < fica i carc are ally 1 U i SQ sp that thathere t thatthere at atherewo
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wants want a pile a big pile of gold goldgold gold SO ooua oouaaerstand FOTKQ FOTKQSerstandl Qj Qjilerstandt
Serstandl Want it piled up right here hereed Iisiitt Iisiitted Jie Jieed
ed pointing P to the inside of the wagon she ehaiiThe sheaThe sheThe
The genie geniest studied died the drawing draW g for sa sautes saveral ia iautes SEfe SEfeutes
utes being be Dg somewhat in doubt as s to siiat svsiatwere 1at 1atwere sljjests sljjestswere
were represented then suddenlyprodTJcedHE sudd roduc roducand goMCTOi goMCTOiand C Cana
and nodded inquiringly Archie Arc1 e only saw thatSa thatSagold thati that thatgold s sgold
gold he never looked to see whether it itSfates t5S3 BS BSfates Unlteo UnlteoStates
States fates money or Arabian and he nodded noddedThe noddedThe jeageEa jeageEaThe
The genie smiled bowed to the gro groed groun grolIT1a ijsnt O iI iIea C Ced
ed into the shed Archie Arcl e looked around grtT ram SfflK SfflKthat s8It1that s r rthat
that a pile of glittering gold coins rose rosEJs1mostta rosEJs1mosttahe ahnosta ahnostathe
the he roof He shouted with delight Then Thenbering Temero Temerobering rememBering
bering that Elsie EIsieand and Charley had wished fa foghorse fw a JIhorSe ahorse
horse and being very v ry proud of the abiKiy ability t ioxirw ioxirwthat to > rw rwthat r w wthat
that animal easily he bequicky quickly sketched d avgpirzJJetJ avgpirzJJetJsteed aspirifeasteed air airsteed
steed upon his paper paperPaducah paperPaducah paperPaducah
Paducah mocha mochnbenilabacIts1ieeShf ben benilabacksheeslsP ila bacblieeslx ssEK ssMEe ssMEegenie ashegenie SEa SEagenie
genie looking somewhat son ewbat uncertainly lP1certa n1y frormstSatssSc frormstSatssScture f fraath fraathture t t1a
ture 1a to t the boy boyIfs boyIts boyIt
Ifs It a hors e said Ar Archie able ranch moriiSe morllfiefcause mortlfiecause 9 9cause
cause he thought the genie did not know fromths from4hedrawing fromthsdrawing from fromdrawing
drawing what animal he had meant IIl meantto nbto to depict depictJust depictdust depictJust
Just a plain lain horse horsecant canTt you en see seat I w wto wanJjou wanJjouto wanJ wanJto
to give me a horse I he shouted etA A norse to tome tometo me meto meto
to me 1 He pointed first to the picture repealing repealinghis repea ng nghis
his words and then to himself The genie looked lookedsurprised lo lockedsurprised ked kedSurprised
surprised and somewhat doubtful but as Archie 9rcliiepersisted Archiepersisted Arcliiepersisted
persisted in pointing from the picture to himself himselfa
a light suddenly illumined the face of ofUeslave the slave of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the lamp and he smiled Hesaidajo Hesaid to h himselfthis himself 1se1b said saidthis 1 ia iathisg
this thisg genie genieMisunderstood genieMisunderstood Il e eMisunderstood H
Misunderstood the Boy Boyand Boyand Boyand
and Mde Him a Horse HorseThis HorseTI HorseThis
This TI s boy is a magician He malms makes EorSeaon IzorAesonpapera EorSeaonpaper 1 Qr egD egDpapera
paper papera a thing Ive never seen seerl done and he Wishes wisiesme Wishesme
me to change him into one of those animals mrmftTq S He is isthe isthe isthe
the master ster of the lamp and an l his will must be obeyed obejyed5He obeyedHe b ln lnHe
He uttered some magic words and in the twinkling twinklingof
of an eyelid Archie Whix the idle and impudent impudentArchie impudentArchie impudentArchie
Archie was then and there turned into a handsome a1umdsomeArabian handsomeArabian handsomeArabian
Arabian steed Of course course as there could be no fur further further further ¬
ther orders from a dumb animal the genie disappeared disappeared disap disappeared ¬
peared satisfied that he had fulfilled it filleq his part The Thelamp Thelamp Thelamp
lamp fell lldown down upon the ground in the shed and andJay andJay andlay
Jay there between the hoofs of the horse The Th e ani animal nnimal animal ¬
mal seemed stunned for atime a time end stood Sto d as if iftransfixed iftransfixed iftransfixed
transfixed gazing gazing at the pile of gold and one wot wouldhave would wouldhave d dhave
have thought it was wishing wis1 ng the coins were corn combut cornbut cornbut
but really Archie cme who although dumb was w still stillcapable stillcapable stillcapable
capable of thought was so overcome at what had oc ocjnrred 00urred ccBurred
Burred < urred that he was almost incapable of motion The Thqareadful T11 T11readIul Theareadful
areadful fate that had overtaken overt en him 1 m deprived Him Himof Jilinf himof
of f the power power to move for a long time Then he went wentto wentto wentto
to the window and rubbed his nose nosa against the thefrosted thefrosted thefrosted
frosted panes His mother saw the horse and in ingreat ingreat ingreat
great surprise ran to the window and opened it itArchie itAr itArchie
Archie Ar hi in dumb anguish poked his head into the theroom theroo theroom
room roo Just then Charlie and Elsie much mn disap disappointed dis p ppointedbecau f fpointed
pointed pointedbecau because e OKeefe had refused reius d to lend lenahis lenahisborse his tishorse hishorse
horse to them entered the house and saw s w Archies Archieshead Archie Archiedhead B Bhead
head at the window windowOb windowOh windowOh
Oh where did that lovely horse come from fromcried fromicried
a acried
cried the little girl girlI girllJ
lJ I dont know It Itwas was here in mihe the yard bufhpw but ut 1 how QW it itgot Itgot r rgot
got got here I cant see replied r pliedh her o another oth llfor f for or the thegate thegate thegate
gate is locked and barred barredSomebodys barredSQmebodis barredomebodds >
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ley Now ow we can c make somemoneyi somemoneyiNow soma oI mof iliY ± e y f frOt r rNow
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