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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, April 26, 1903, Section Three, Image 23

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What at Happened H appe Happened ett to a Litje LitjeBoy Lit eSister e eand
Boy ° an and His s sof SisterWho SisterWhoDid Sister 1Vl1o 1Vl1oDid o
Did Not of Believe in theFairies iheairies
Fairies do and Goblins GoblinsHUT GDbiniW
f HUT I was very vy yam ysuw a raid Pad PanlKirby P PKirby PadKirbyI
W KirbyI Kirby I used to believe in fairies fairiesand fa fairiesand iel ieland
and witches and d all that sort of ofthing ofthing ofthing
thing but now I an si wise wiseI
I dont Relievethere believe hue ever mr was a aWWsiUlul al aI
WWsiUlul waie l lapd and aamdether I dont believe Alice ever eft went wentthpe wentsaid
thpe either said his h l sister I lter Pauline who was wastwo wa wan wanrj
rj two tt min prs n yosmger er than 10yearold Paul There Therenewer Therer Therewan
newer wan a albberwock Jabberwock nor anything like it she sheadded thoNope sbodcd
added r dcd
addedNopV dcdNoPa Nope NopV said Paul All those storiof about aboutgiants abGumAte aboutgjsuta
giants ogres and goblins aw for mere children childrennet childrenfer childrenSir
net lit us who are educated Who I was littleand little littleaftl Uttlwlaen
and when you were too small to unden understand Dd our ournovae ourwed ourneed
novae wed U w > recite a charm that she said would wouldisjoUttt wouldJiD1body wouldanybody
isjoUttt Anybody from elves and fairies I Ivtr Iit raaseum raaseumitvery
vtr it itvery very fer well indeed It went like this thisM thiaWiDb thisWitike
M Winky wacky was b bHanky feathers and our ourHanky ur urHaDky
Hanky panky briars and bun burnBridle bunGoblins ban8ti
8ti Bridle pd ato stoats ad bo bona and t hairC Wr WrIlk
Ilk Goblins demons elves em beware bstvreremriaeber p r rHew pr
r Row Hew sOy said id Pauline auliDe X Xroad If Ifrad I remember alia aliathe sl + e
road to read to 118 about Tom Thumb AJMdiD AJMdiDt alai alaiair
the Lamp t ap Cinderella and the Snow new Qceen QceenYes QeeeDY QueenYea
Y Yes added wd her brother and about Little Be Befhpod W WPussintheBoots biDuesnntheBoots
fhpod PussintheBoots and Jack the th Giaajt Giaajtt QiqtJJb Oia Oiaalso
JJb t also Ive long got paM bdro baUeiing fug in is Princeschdpged Princes PrincesnhajlgH PriDoIIinto
nhajlgH into frogs doer and seven ravens and yet yetI JetI yetI
I propose there are Iota of children no older than thanus thanibo titanw
us who still till think all these the e tales ai are quite true trueI trueI
I suppose so replied Pauline Ai I for forarK f or oretas JIM JIMaDd
arK and genii talking birds and d sevenleagi sevenleagiboots 1NpIicI 1NpIicIoau
boots oau are merely so many fables fW that th a hare entree oomedown C entreedown De Dedowa
down to us from ancient times m when POD1e ftft ftfttcO were weretee
too ignorant to know the fcru taw from the ft f fThats
Thats wn Tba t itr ia t C said her brother Gianni ta tatod1 and andelves anduses
elves both are traditions of a Maaete > note past putIi whet whetlithe when whenHttla
lithe Ii was known about boa the world we and a people JMpJeW peep3er i iiaed
r i iaed > Md all sorta 10 of wooden to exist in strange strangelieved strangenand JutdI
V nand awful monsters to abide bide in he res Aople ro rouct be bebiped
biped then in charms taMsmans and spalls u i tor toroanrs torwiurda eorcwrrs
oanrs wizards and witches ware everywhere ad andgoblins adpWiu adgoblins
goblins haunted every f forest fonnI oreit oreitl
I am dad ad we are so I learned said Pauline Pu1i e Iaat I IoWt Idst
dst think Id like u to really believe inand in wiaV wiaVeans WiWU WiWUzr
eans and invisible coat aod forests of gold goldafter and aMIor1 andor
after afterKor zr
Kor or1 or I either said Paul Think oft oftYeredence ofreaD7 ofreaD7to of ofaetlenee
Yeredence aetlenee to a atoty stria y about ants tl that talk tafthat talk talkthat a adaat
that some to help the Prince 1 What W1u WhatinagJninavthat ftDrl ftDrlrtha t timt1aing
inagJninavthat imt1aing rtha that a tale of a at flyingmat hate that would wouldearry uld uldeadeey
earry JO anywhere e wheare you 011 pleasedcould I IcIol ba fee 4 as assovja aoars
oars children t do cIol cIolI domnl f fSBB11
° SBB11 mnl I attppctsethsre suppose there thereDIe wa wan ooniethine msthiUtuiatvs msthiUtuiatvsidle tna i idoe
doe to t4eU aU these stems esid t id Pauline PaulineAU P PAU PaulineALL
Att r noBsanssP rw rr C declared her brother brotherTbepr with witIiwnr env envThey
They came ca to us from JOm our ignonmfc and andI udUOIIton andancestors
I ancestors and I have read how howpA they wore woreIhrmamh wereths4wads
Ihrmamh pA of years ago aio around the Presides Presidesare tre besi besirust d I III
rust II theIr are now Only then the JIO grownup pIG peothen pIGD plothsm
then D but now they are for kids Imesn Imesnchildren I mea meaI
children L I have road that the tales about animalsthat animals animalsthat ima1a ima1adIM
that talk come eo down from the days when men mentare meae menroses
tare e named after animals just as our Indians are areHow arebets
How so that dI when you hear about the rabbit doinc doincMr doinl
l Mr saying u anything it means that once a man called calledhe eaUedBabbit calledlbw
lbw he Babbit did so I ao and so Seer SoeTSome See SeerSome I ISome
Some stories Hike I fib to think tbi about aid Paul Paulino PawSueh PaulSuch ¬
ino Such as a the Babes in the Woods and adt the thetittle therAttle
rAttle t tde Heroaid u1 u1Dope dont you 7OUNope f fNope
Nope I think tl llk aU such tales are foolish They Theyhreate TM1te
hreate t te in th this young a wild one and unnatural iural thirst tI rM for forhe forwonderful forwonderful
he wonderful and impossible and ilso loo enlarge the theCation thetion theties
Cation ties I think a child with an enlu enlarged sd d imag imagn
n a sad objectPaul object objectPaul objeetruJ
Paul although al but 10 years old was as you youhay youl yeahave
hay l have gnefcsed ins eed a very remarkable boy bo lie lI had hadMalted had1M badhued
Malted since epee he had reached the age a e of 8 a vatof vast vastor vutof
= = or of learned 111ft authors who wrote about such suchts suchm
ts as ancient myths and fables fagtea as > well welltural as asy asnatural
y natural tural history astronomy osteology osteologyeonchology o osteologybonrhobp teolo teoloIlumismatiet
eonchology numismatics b histology t logy paleontology paleontologyalgebra palooDtolOfaIpbra paleontologyalgebra
algebra tort psychology and hundreds of other otterto othernmeroUl
t Too numerous to men mention o and too eon eonto eonfuab eonfuabto
to remember for more than a minute minuteread millQ Pauline baa baat hadred
read t Huber on Ants Spencer on Ping Pong u asBunrival u8urriul ua
a Bunrival of Prehistoric Sport Darwins Studyd Study Studybf
bf a ChinchBug Cb nchBug and Kropotkins Animals Out OutVisiting OutVWtina OutVisiting
Visiting as well as a number of other learned learnedworks learaedp learnedpork
works p on similar subjects and so she wu wuwiae almost almostM
M wise arise as Paul 1 8ul although she wa was not quite Q1 te so sofirmly 10I7 o okey
firmly I7 cenvioced enn ooe < of the foolishness of all a these thesettories ttehe theseatones
atones as he was wa They both spent aU the time timeItot timeUa timelint
Ua lint dovotod cl ted to study to such IU < < h games as golf olf chess eheIIt1IJIcI chessanted chessnnd
anted authors for neither of them tod any de 4Sire deine des
s Sire to play the t hfl rude common games with which whichether whichII whichatlser
ether II children amused themselves Paul could see seeno MeO seebe
no O fps in hQebaU base ball or shinny apd a A d u for ho hopscotch hopscotchnr peeotoh
a nr 1 marble rhlea he considered consi red thf tJwm m far beneath a lad of ofhis ofud ofads
his age and attainments aUa Juo tta In faetno fact no D game me that thatvat thatDOt thatwrM
vat not extremely eztrem > ly sedate and entirely dignified was wasplayed wuhJ wasp1
p1 played by either of these children for they were al alna altIIed aldressed
na drafted tIIed in the extreme of style and were very
W eage f fwMA t tl > elttea Whon QaP Paul n wan wa w notweer notweerlrlat not t tIJ wew wewing
ing IJ Ws gotffnit golf pit k h h was dressed in black ek Tohei w with witha
a laos ooUar aoUar1Ia4 iisiuv was always alwaysbraaW brush brushed a aid d JIll sansaloes oil oilshoos JIllPOJiIiW
shoos poUanod like a mirror r Pauline tying hj IIC ti a girl girlwas gidw girlwas
w was oi oQurae always alwa very prim and correct eo but butI butInaped I Isuspect Isuspect
suspect she would have been less so had she not been beenahrayg beualway beenalways
always with her very sedate brother When she shosometimes aheexpreuecl shesox
sometimes sox etimmes expressed a desire to ride ride in inro1 a morrygo morrygorowod over ygo ygorotwd
rowod ro1 lldJae ho put pu on a severe ere lookaDd look and asked a bd her jf jfWM f she shewas shewas
was an infant and ofbred offeredto to get a baby by carriage riqe for forher f forher r rher
her He had long 10 since laughed her put of the thehf tJteW theobit
obit hf hit W of playing JI J nI with dolls or jumping the ropeand rope ropeand ropea
and a 1 aha wan rapidly becoming beco il1g as serious lerio as Paul PaulS P4u1he PulShe
S She o know as much neh as he did too about the various variogamgthe variousayths nrioqtawdJa
ayths could explain what a jackolantern or wilf wilfothownp wiz 1r 1rotJwillp F Fo
othownp o is I in It very precise terms rm and yetdawn yetdawnill yet down downia duwnins
ill hot heart 1 sho sometimes IOm timee was w sorer I 1q that He Hewwttld n nweuJd hewould
would not allow aB w her haste to beliem heItba that fairy fa tales were wereat wereat wereat
at loast pertly trueTon trueYou true trueTou
You see ee she was very young and thereforlt therefore it it1M was wasnot wasnot
not to be expected that she should be as firm and andItcady andb andsits
Itcady b M her lO lGearold varold brother in her unbelief unbeliefWhen unbeliefWJMQ unbeliefWleaa
When Paul caught her sorting over her die discarded di dintfd diecu ¬
carded cu ntfd d dolls in secret he lectured her severely oJ and andmade aitdmade d dJUde
made her r read Darwin as a punishment pw ahmel while he hestood hetood hestood
stood by and smoked a cigarette Paul often doelered do doelared doe1ared
elared he a w wass s sorry ftJ that there were no giants ogres ogresor ogr
or dragons for he felt that these things would be beworth bewordt beworth
worth the attention of a boy who despised de pi ei ordinary ordinaryplay ordinaryplay rclinar rclinarpia
play pia and childish pastimes and he was w resolved resolvedthat reaoledtbat resolvedthat
that whom w ea he grew up he would be a lion tiger pr or olopbat ele elephant eIoplaut ¬
phant hunter in D the 1hejUDgJe 1hejUDgJeTIle jungles junglesThe jtmgleeThe
The two often rambled JlP bJecl in the woods for the thepurpose 1bepurpoee thepurpose
purpose of studying botany 1 otay and geology and when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they held the conversation I have just quoted they theywore t theywere o1 o1wen
wore in a glen deep in the forest whew 4be sun
ligfct ligf tt checked the mossy earth with tiny toWen toWenpatches lcJewt ldenpatches lcJewtpatehea
patches and where the ferns grew waist high The Tjstress Thetrees Thetnee
trees were all huge and gnarled with great mossy
bolls and in places the pine needles carpeted the theground toolIOaDd theground
ground so thickly that they went along alo se noise noi8a8 noiee noieec ¬
lessly c sly as mice miceSuddenly miceSudd miceSuddenly
Suddenly Sudd nb they came me to an opening where tho thotall thotall thetall
tall grass asa came to their shoulders and as tbe tbepushed they theypushed tbejpushed
pushed their way through thJ ugh Pauline exclaimed exclaimedLook excla exclaimedLook Ded DedLook
Look theres a fairy ring r rOh
Oh fudge cried Paul Tou know that thatmerely t tJD8Nly de demerely
merely a superstition I Those socalled fairy rmgi r
in the grass are formed fo b1 a species of funsps a athe ctlkd
the Roodleus Circufermis a sort of mingle toad tadstool toadstool 1eI d dtool ¬
stool which whichdelUoys destroys the grass in a circle I Iyoud wish wishyoud wWt10ud
youd get over calling calli < < things t up by wrong names I
They both bot looked l Oked carefully at the fairy ring for fora
a moment than Pauline remarkedSarah remarked remarkedSarah remarkedSarah
Sarah Smythe S says that her mother told her herthat herthat herthat
that if you stood inside of a fairy ring and made a awish awie awish
wish wie it would come true truePaul truePaul truePaul
Paul was very angry a at his sister silterfor for repeating repeatingsuch rpptatinneb tcpeatinsuch
such a foolish statement He took er r by the hand handand hamland hawland
and with some slight objection on her part he led
her into the ring of dead grass rass Standing Stands in the thecircle theebele thecircle
circle he said Now make wish h
a w you Ufy s sand gposo gposoand I OWw
and see what will happen happenPauline happenPauline t tPauline
Pauline much confused put her thumb in hermouth her hermouth hermOuth
mouth and said saidI saidII
11 I I guess I dont want to make a wish It looks looksvery loobMr1 looksvery
very silly but somehow lIO how I am afraidPooh afraid afraidPooh afraidooh
Pooh ooh 1 What is there to be of afrdd rcid of off Ill mMe mMea
a 9v WWI iab cried TPI Paul T I hereby k u wish L all n de clem clemfairie j jfairies mean
fairies goblins and other fairytale folks and
Jhjngs fihinga i iDP to assemble u embJ here atones M o oie befera dwgf dwgfmeant ot ottnte ore np > M and dam damowtrste
meant tnte their the power Cfejj w sse ejM come OOmu > S all giants giantsabas Punpaii gianhfives
fives genii and twthvPitTjeWiag tAer ibagg both boupeat great and aodsmall audutha andMa1I
small utha that ever dwelt ti nPjNwa of < rf books or in infolklore infob
110 fob folklore lore I summoye UIUDGtJ yea joqThis yeaThis hoifet7
This sounded a acaBing jk n o1I abd oWthaeeenjurer oWthaeeenjurerbat l timeeoaJurorcalling uror urorcDit
calling cDit > up fait familiar familiaraad liar bat t PS 11 11Md Paiine UM t tramhW tramhWVsoato ambldImd
aad oven eft her broth brotferthrough r rthrough Vsoato lt + lash if thriB t riJ1 riJ1ihrou pan panwords
through ihrou him as hiar hiarthrough hi ilia words echoed echoedhoAlootad eehoed1hroa echoedthrough
through the gray vo voaround hoAlootad hoAlootadehftittftee4apeaJd bo11t 100W loobadaround 100WapPle
around rather rat e apPle spprel spprelJhjngs M ehftittftee4apeaJd ehftittftee4apeaJdwxl speakarg speakargWI pe petboD
wxl then they sUrtedMtia aeaI1e4 eta oowUtlok 1 birds flut iutt flutd t t1wed
1wed t d noiselessly JO 1y do lgUii L beside them themy tham1Ie themThey
They 1Ie y sew Sf instantly tan r n epa aDd the theseven theM1 theseven
seven M1 I1 princes priU priUinte who ho woft HfcttK aeven lathed lathedinto aahed aahedinto
into both bothwith Ii w his sister sisterwith ter terthi
with thi thilJl a ain n nin gale ltrrit
in lJl another aned ano moment momentlighted Ii to add a1idliP addlighted
lighted liP it itwh to show hot hotwas lee > > he e qp let letwas
was 8 rather mere J > > OIe alaA J1Mbans would wouIc1hue have ad admitted admitted admitted ¬
mitted Pauline opaWfarr o r bo tm folklore and andpretended a apretended andpretended
pretended to read readD01Ia while the ravejig ratans croaked old ominously oldnouely ¬
nously D01Ia y and then flew to lowhanpn 10W lowhanplsbraueh braneh above abovethe abovethe o othe
the childrenabets childrenabetsDont childrens heads headsDont J J1ont <
Dont yon thick wed d better be leaviaf JeaT lea lft r whit whitpered whaperecIt1Ie whirpered
pered perecIt1Ie the girlNd girl girlN4 girlN4
N4 sir ir J oJ 1 want to show you how foolish it allis all allis aUis
is replied Paul pnfltag away vigoronshjr vip Pauline PauUnaseized Pawqaeized Paulineseized
seized his hand for now she saw something that thatwas thatwal thatwas
was hidden from him JriaA on acconnt ac bant of the s seise ejie about abouthim a abouthim out outhim
him Just J at outside the fairy fw rung rin riDI stood 1i od a tiny boy 00 as ashigh asJai uhigh
high Jai k as her ankle who was Mari up 1 at her with withan withJin within
an Jin expression ezpr uio of defiance and sorrow mingled Be Beyond Beyond Beyond ¬
yond him was a figure which ahe rsoofniaed in instantly ialtaDab instantly ¬
stantly for it was w a girl J 1 iP a red hood who stood stoodbeside aioocIeaide stoodbeside
beside a great gray wolf The wolfs wolf eyes wueliJte wueliJtefire waco like likefire likefire
fire and an ankrom from hia hungry mouth UW ith dripped drip froth but butthe buttJatlirlm butthe
the tJatlirlm girl m tho red hood WIt holding Jai himJ bmbfffiV bmbfffiVAll aJIIck aJIIckALL sck sckAU
All Tn Tflg fAIRY FOLK THiRE THiREIts T TtL RE REItn f fIt
Its It Little Red Bidinghood BidiuaMocl1M t iod ed DanKne DanKnend Paulinso
1M nd at the sound of her voice Paul peered per through throughtho
the thick t iek cloud of smoke apd started ah as Be ie saw that thatthe thatthefairy
the thefairy fairy ring riD < < was surrounded 8urro bx a circle c JocJe of strange strangeforms strangeforma truaefonn
forms Directly before him stoou st a group p of elves elvesno
no taller than his h i knees and 4ndit nd it was very plain that thatthey thttwre thattbt
they tbt were all very sngry uy l for r they ttlired f od at t himsullenly him himsullenly D DRiJeDlJ
sullenly He turned away y from r them tiembUag and andsaw andw andsaw
saw w a linyslender iDJ11 figure with a hrightlltar lter at t her
forehead gazing reproachfully reproa ehfully at JU Km sit Again sin he heshifted heahiftecllail heshifted
shifted ahiftecllail his glance < < 1ance and aDdm his eyes oy fell 011 upon 4 gigantic giganticfrog giganticfro1 ic iciT
frog iT clad in an ermine vestment ves vestn meat eut and with wi a golden goldencrown IOWaeron goldencrown
crown on his head who blinked up at Ipaoi sadly
The ravens croaked loudly in the tree tr a ajawe T Tchildren The Thechildren techildren
children saw Cinderella Ci derella kneeling there theNher jd beside besideher
her the prince pr nce and princess both of ofseoJIIilb wl wheat s wen wenseemingly walesewwi
sewwi seemingly ly disheartened dia eartened and nd sorrowfa eorrowf4 rroW 1J Jlej d then thenstood thea theajtootl thestood >
stood the t old King frowning and deaf wondering wonderingwhat wonderingwhat
what was happening and even PraainBoots Pras inBoots and andthe andthe d dthe
the deer that was a prince were there tla P Bul > iul ul ulQlite was wasquite wasquite
quite ready to run now but strange trau to sax w1 when WIwatried he hetried bqtried
tried to lead Pauline away his b llcp logs yefvaegto te move moveHe moyeHe movelie
He seemed to be rooted to the ground OUDd within the thefairy thefairy thefairy
fairy ring Then he saw the oldwitch coming up uppreceded UPpreeedrd uppreceded
preceded by a black oat whose eyes flashed fire at atHe atbha ithim
him while a bear powl growled in the bushes badnr Aa AaHe >
He H saw that they were surrounded tl 1mtIed by the fairy fairytale fa r rfolk
tale le folk and that it was impossible to eaelate It Itcame neeme I Icame
came into his mind that there were we others also and
oIMnJ sorao very dangerous UJ creatures creatures too itej JlliPt Alight be beexpected he heexpected beexpected
expected to trrivp irri at any arty moment 1II8ftt and he bb began Bqga te tefeel Ietee toreel
feel a great fear Then he gfeneei et up p and to i 10peat ty tygreat is isgreat
great alarm saw leaning upon the veqwMeb ftti verbraicinoon verbraicinoonwhich 1IfOIl 1IfOIlwhj
which whj h the seven ravens had settled a great and awful awfulman awfulman wi1DWl
man whom he instantly knew was an spa egt This Thisman TIaIman Titleman
man had a horrible knife in inhis his hand xxd anetwa was glaring glar glaring PIWing ¬
ing down at them with a look that was uppafifof in indeed i ideed iadeed ¬
deed for he seemed just about ready dr t taaudt to attack ta c them themon t tin eID eIDin
on in the true egreish ogrei manner and nd eat them tIMIaS tb at t ones onesBv sees5n
Bv S 5n n as he trembled Paul saw more and W mere o of the thefairy diefaiq thef
f fairy people arrive PTi There n re were Little JQftns beM beMKlass a and ad Big BigKlaus BigX1a
Klaus X1a the Snow Queen Qu R looking looki lib an aD a > a icjcle i iPe insiHc insiHcand in silk silkand ilk ilkand
and satin tin the Ugly Duckling quacking CJ dismally dismallytito diamaUyBdfMt dismallytfw
tito Steadfast Tint Ti Soldier Aladdin 41ad4 with nls Lamp LampSiabad LampSiabad LampSinbad
Siabad the Sailor 8 SiUorihe oriheThree ihe Three Dog D Doge with off vs vssaucers Uks Ukssaucers i iMUeera
saucers saucers Rumpelatichkm RUlDpe m the Tailor tutu to Gfcess GfcessQueens OMIIQueena OheliQuteena
Queens the Wahrus Watr t and the CsjjpeiHi C aisaitbe aisaitbeLittle and 4 4Little the theLittle
Little Mermaid white I Ie far off in the giMtgBe g Do eouhl eouhldindy oukl oukldimly QI QIdimIy
dimly descry King Arthur and ha H toigs hei bts But Buteven ButeYeD Buteven
even while he was busy recognizing everyojie e ore orewas 81 81was eratwas
was a movement io 11 the crowd and all gftv nut way for a adreadful Idreadful adreadful
dreadful giant g Qt tot by a small boy wheanjtt 1 hot at ones onessaw OlINlaW onessaw
saw was Jack the Giant Killer KillerWhere KiIJerWhere KillerWhere
Where is he hep cried Jack J as he stopiwd PJt9 and andlooked mKilooked anlooked
looked around aroundYou aJ aroundYou und undYou
You show showbbss him w to us net roared the gdai q W Whead Na Nahead
head was far up among among oc the tree toga a EH eat tJ him himat himatones m mat
at atones atonesI o once onceI l lI
I got here first I hottted the ofn oast I1tava I Mve 1J first firstclaim lratclaim rat ratc1aim
claim i1 i1We tWe t tWe
We have he no time tosquabble to over if it i orgdJack orloi orloiJack oriaiJack
Jack for the r JIIack Geu Genie ie i is almost 1 1therell hat Is ud r raw Isaw
aw the roc eo also and when wne there eJ eJtherell et pets petstherell
therell be no quoitum q onas as to wholl whollGfIl get them themGenie thenGenie
Genie GfIl e orno 01 no genie hes mine growled the tlt ogre ogreand ogreand e eand
and Ill eat him As B for the toe 111 U h t hp WJD WJDpickad ofi ofipicked 1 1picked
picked and boiled for breakfast if ha h eoaas near nearme Dftrme nearme
me meThe meT The T e giant reached ched down among al a OltJ ftfca il s brssekes brssekesand bran l1i18 l1i18and aa aaand
and seized the thoepe thoogreve ogre ogreffve I
ffve iI 1 ve Men looking f lea sew > a looa l timA1 1 4awd uidhe uidheaJVt said he heanji beai4
anji now nowIve Ive got you We will settle this matter matterat scatterat r rat
at onceThen once onceThen Jtce JtceThen
Then began a terrific combat The Theuprooted IHfag were wereuprooted wryuprooted
uprooted and a d their limbs torn off oifwhile while tht air was wasso n wasso
so so 0 filled with leaves IeaftSand and dust that thatit H was impossible impossibleto ri4asptbloto bJe bJeto
to see ten feet f kU the t th fairy folk aeacbNrnd se fSOtwi in to eon eonfusion eafUll eonfusion
fusion fUll 0 n and fled to self safer f er r regions aMt aMtt aduJ tfojkjWW tfojkjWWthat geq geqthit
that t the spot was w a very daraieroi4 dan erota 1019 1019Ii I Ilines ano aeWxPft aeWxPftlines
lines Ii hand and darted into the fhfAhaiy J nl itihurry nlhurry w whurry
hurry but fast as was aakia ha light ht htann ho eo onjd valet w t out optliter outirvn
ann the bear who had hidden in inand the wue bosheji boshejiand bgchosand
and who followed feUow close clo e at his heels To aseapf III f fNll fNllal1 frdnman rep repan
an ogre or a giant only to be dorqurej ar a bear bearseemed boa1eemedto boarseemed
seemed eemedto to be the fate of the children el ijna for to their theirterrified iJtei1tani > r rtarride4
terrified tani eyes the animal aai aal seamei very ferocious ferociousFinally teroei teroeifiqJIy fdlroc1eaisFirnlly
Finally utterly terb c exhausted t ej ftll 041 Ao ground FouDdunable groundunable jroumlunable
unable to take another step stepThe r rThe yThe
The bear seemed quite qQ rite te as tired t Jed wh p hj IpppeJ IpppeJdown I jppddown PIII PIIIdown
down beside thent and an panted pantedTou pantedYou u uYou
You neednt run away from mtvinr me fbg I pm am not notreally MtreaJb notreally
really a bear be r at all t I an a prince ri Cities Gafdmati OaMr Qpd sbe J wfco wfcowas litoturned io iowas
was turned into this shape pe ky a wiiafd It cyew yevlwee yevlweeon sp spon
on going in this t direction i it will bj II IIyou tht lh NItJt7 NItJt7you detga Jar Jaryou
you youWhy Why WIt asked a ed PaulBecause Paul PaulBecause T TBecause h
Because replied the hear r fhf t1 Ifpnjaafltt Ifpnjaaflttdragon p bhlaitbi bhlaitbidragon t1 t1drapn
dragon with iron scales lCal who devoirsyainBJ d devonks < < eat waiens eatens icf icftt1I
ens is coming thi this a way and will sunny auiel a j pou youN
tetmowd wwnc 111toned Them a to a Fairy FairyRing FairyRing Fairyrn
Ring rn and Nearly Ne rly Lost LostTheir LostTh Lostsir
Their Th sir ir Lives Ives in m I Trying z to toEscape toiJcape toe
Escape e e t the e i Monsters MonstersSut stets stetslout
lout i exclaimed Pauline Puli if we ego go back ejfer ejferIW r rt tthe
t the IW li lypt J1t tW 91 the t ogre will get us without it speoppg speoppgof I Itbe sptg sptgof
of the waif w and the ethor horrid ho rid tbiJ thuIs Uiiujs UiiujsIs tbiJHI
HI Is there no hiding IUtc place f t iiqtdrodtrenubljtig inquired hulrecit h l ltr
tr t trenubljtig lWing I 5 s he looked around aroundI an > > wui
I Might ight take t e you to my den naid Naaiaid id the bar barbut boSrbut r rhut
but it j M it some distance away and the deagoa > is islikdy ioi1iJreb islikely
likely to appear at any moment If we b bever harry III 7 7eYer Ifevr Ifevrever
ever we might make itLet it itLet it itLet
Let us go at once cried cri = d Paul taking Us Wab state slrby
by b the hand and they all hurried away T Through ThroughtU ThroQfhtll h htall
tU grass and thorny blackberry blackberr bushes they theyrushed theyrushed tv tvruahed
rushed and in a short time they reached the bean bestsdea beanden 1 1a
den a bl Hale in i the tb aide of a hill aDd into h o its gloomy gloomytaatkt gleamydhtrtba 1 1IIIIJ
taatkt they IIIIJ plunged Here they tile drew b breath a uJ uJaa analwept U Uw
wept w i thankful aa ful for their escape but scarcely h ht he heNe l lthan
t than > weovfted Ne ed from f their tJe fright than th they theywf heart heartaj 1 1wtl
aj wtl wf l whsoiing w and pui poftng ng bei4e bttitlellpburo easfti anoUinj u usulphurous usulphuroua
sulphurous lpburo smoky odor which ineKasod i imeat oosajr mment m memeat >
Itstha t d the ai dvagoa s tigon and hes he seeking seekiucJckiuc us probnUy probnUytrpeking pdrobablytracing
tracing our footsteps said the bear hearQa bearq beara
a Qa q he e get in i hese hevef be r ske4 Pauline FavUnol P Pq
q l thfnk not replW jed the themiPt ajniU aajntal s > dsssll B Bmight
might put his head in 111 but his m txxfcr boclft is is too Wg a and andare d dwe
we t are LCU7 very CU7 far back in the rocks yes sat so 1 1tM 1tJeQak itialsa
tM tJeQak k 1 we L e are safe safeJuat safeJtat f
Juat 1 then t ea a great t uproar up r brae role outsits and 4 th thbear till tillbear thebear
bear after peeping out Mid avidtt Midt uielWOII8
tt t worse than I thought tho Them Themw as gaak gsruiewith gaakwhh
with w I the dragon Back o 4 of f taont date cw cwM t tors you youurey
M tJae r urey ureyswi ureysul Drerul
swi ul trembled and Dd his sit sister iter began to weep The Theiotrifc The1iIn Theiisrrif
iotrifc 1iIn i c noise 110 and even UK dust and inlnlbnT inlnlbnTsmoke Obi ObilIIioke e esmoke
smoke from fro the dragons e noatrik lt tl la penetrated nato the thedepth tlteof
depth of the cavern almost ufocatiall uf ocattnf then the hut the thecombat daeemt thee
combat e mbat did not last w long l Soon gilc sUaioa q fell nod gel gelWlftt the thebear
Wr wont te the opening 0 He JIeMMl son trdtstsu iniuijn book baskand bookMM
MM and whispered wkisfteredThe w whisperedThs iaered iaeredWXhe
The genie gome If P e is hurt a little IiUIIdiN b List t hes looking foe forSoon foeifcM
diN ifcMSoon
Soon agreat a greet eat hairy hail hand stole into intofeJt th to ease and andfait andfelt
fait about its sides groping around into jut isub afl ihe ormin orminnies aratt arattnbea
DiM but by the exercise a sciee iIe of great agility acUi acUiapd they theyaa sa µ r raged
aa aged d to evade the twisting fingers ggers The hand ad probed probedevery proI probedevery e4 e4ev
every ev rr hole and cortex ool1i t and more than that once Pauline Paulinenarrowly PaulineDurnil Paulinenarrowly
narrowly escaped capture for it was wa nearly near r11 as big biga I bigat ic ictIM
at a the cave 1e itself an sad andther there was little littJe1OOIII room for or them dinto themto JJa JJato
to move move around aro arou > d its it hairy spidery fingers The Thewas gents gentswas genie geniewas
was growling and muttering in a voice like thunder thunderand thunderand thunderand
and was evidently eYideutl7lltJy greatly disappointed 4isappo Qted at not noti find findin ladins
in i them Finally he withdrew wi his hand uDelb aid the theber tiebear
bear b ir after Iter lie had gained p JIed his breath for he hefat was vary varyfat veryfat
fat stole out once more When he returned ho liett b said saidthat paidthat
that the genie re and the giant t as well nHan a es fin ogre ogrewe a r + e ewe
we all sitting ait outside otIt de diomssing mei whether it itWIe i ass assuiah aa aawornV
wornV while WIe to remnm aU tin rocks rocbuk flee the thesite fcaV fcaVsiila
OLD HUfSftY SPfLL 5 Ll W WPal bPaul
Paul was now B W greatly alarmed at t Jaiadi his aiotsrs osav osavdition is isdition
di dition 1t for ads was so exhausted e that aha avoid eluidscarcely avoidMI ad adlO1eei
scarcely stand and he saidI said
MI 1 think t bak it would be best for lortt1 mantis rupaeawed mn ovtond ovtondtr st sttry
tr try to load them o elf < < in pursuit pur it of me bas you youeta 70Ueeeae youamt
eta escape with wit Pauline PaulineTheywonHswely PaulineThey
TheywonHswely They 1 would aN surely wel get you saidtlM said t bent 0h Oh OhI SObI 0hI
I wish one of you knew be a magic spoil Tiels 1iM 1iMonI the theonly theonly
only onI thing that could save us usHvhy 1MV usWby
Hvhy V you youl know tow a nice ni speB l cried Baniino tit aitting tittiBgwp sits
tiBgwp ting up suddenly II Dont yW tMf tMf1It nioniba tbs 1st 1stour no noour
our 1It nurse 11 wild to tell you ou I She said it would vopl4fo vopl4fotect 11 11feet 11IO 11IO1eet
feet one onefrom from things that were after at attr1 f a yov yovtor yosI1
I1 try it it said Paul although altb ach I am atnfit atnfitWitt afJaitiiWIIieefJiUIeUMt afmti it itwBl
Witt WIIieefJiUIeUMt be beef of little itde use Here Hereeo HereeoWinlty goes gossWiuky goesWinky
Winky wacky feathers and fiat fiat4nkv fRaw f o oHinkj
Raw paukj It ItSticks > > 4nkv Qky briars r lrl and burr burrSticks buriSticks
Sticks and stones and nd bones Del and 1aa 1aaGoblins baiwna baiwnaGoblins hair hairOobliiis
Goblins demons elves betjjwwP betjjwwPIt berrsrerIt r rIt
It It dont say ay anything anythiNJ about genie a r sass or orgiants ngiants
giants J aJlts he added dubiously 4Iubi < < pmt vt ntsyhe nMyo it itthem iCdIem fitsave fitsavetbmL
them themttt
ttt t sounds ICIU like a good I Q4 fjler said Ifcw w teatfuJb tea heartfud1y at attfeoMhtf
tfeoMhtf tfuJb ujy Th Twp i he auddonty tern w wIowtl kiln to JM nv sinand nvmi
and mi down i in grot excitement excitementt excitementIts e = e > Ikspent Ikspentaxs t
Its u working dng Its changing ohaqiJICSee met a oriel onrdSee orielSee
See Im turning tQrui into a man again againSure agsinlSure isl islSUIe
Sure enough he was wa and in two tninwtet there theresteed rneco rnecostiaod tIIeNat
steed a ji handsome dsonie e young prince riQe before them ae Pant Panlcould Paato Pantuauld
could o Id scarcely IC believe his hi own eye v6lf The prince p iIIce iIIcetaM Brest BrestNit theaTim
Tim out C ut and wheu he returned he announced that dustt thatthe dietdie
the t e enemy eDeIIIYhad enemyThe had vanished and the coast coa was slats ehoiThe I IThe
The giant ian ogre and genie genie had been dispelled di peUed They Ttoywent Theyowast y ywMbowae
went wMbowae bonw boom without seeing i anything of the fairy fairyfolk fairyfolk fairyfolk
folk Jfrtlonjj 9 i 10 tony a after that the priucu nea returned ta tahif tQWI toa tohis
his own land 14a uL but I am told that hes he coining jng back backnext badet backnext
next t year to marry Pauline P uline for a as this happened happenedsome happenedoaIe
some oaIe time in the past she is u now old enough to tomawy toPal tomarry
Now Paul believes in fairies iriea and bitch 1m > ueh things thiapno stdno and andwonder
no wonder Yet unless such an n adventure ha hato hap hapoed happeoed
peoed oed to me personally I would still It ill have some little littlefttbt littlea little littleubt
a fttbt uhtt a at to their existence eS lten I would QuJtib 0ke any boy boyor bo boer boyor
or girl who has really seen a fairy to write me me aU aUabout anabout allabout
about the ogperione A WALT McDOGOALL
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