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0 fMt as Iav I ave been be ablo to learn nobody nolwdyknows nobodyknows nobodyIpiows
SO S knows why it is i that shoemakers have alwaysbeoii always alwaysbtoir BlwnSbeOll
btoir the one onen to sou fairies brownie and andelvw andel andelves
el elves and have all sorts of wonderful adventure adventureWhy adventureYby adventuresWhy
Why should an elf feel ieelliko like showing himself to a acobblor acobblCJd acobbler
cobbler I should think that the little people wouldLeal would wouldfed wouldfeol
fed a u as safe sae talking to an artist or a doctor but I Ihare Ihan Ihave
hare never yet met either a doctor or an artist who whoever whoover whoever
ever had h d the pleasure of seeing ec 1 g an elf to say noth nothing IIOthing nothingof ¬
ingof ing of having n talk with one But I know knu at least leastfive leastvo leastfive
five vo cobblers who claim to have often of ton mot and andspoken andspoken andspoken
spoken to pixies brownies elves ehesand and gnomes gnoinosAs gnomesAs gnomesAs
As all but one ono of those are German shoemakers shoemakersI
I imagine that Germans are favored by the small smallfolk smttUolJ sma11folks
folk folks olJ but I am not so certain of it itConrad itOonrad itConrad
Conrad Schmoltzebochtel one of those thosacobblers thosacobblersinformed cobblers cobblersinformed cobblersinformed
informed mo that it was probably because shoe shoemakers shdomllkors sli0etnakors ¬
makers are very learned and wise men who pon ponetantly ponIitantIy eonstantly
etantly studied as they thC worked workedShoemakers workedShoemnkers workedShoemakers
Shoemakers said he are the ones who rl > first 5rstinvented firstinvonted rBt rBtinvonted
invonted canary c nnry birds or at least trained tlftm to tosing tos tosing
s sing ngtunca tunes they were the first to color mcersxhaum mcersxhaumpipes mcerIlihaumpipos racer tiaum tiaumpines
pipes to take small puppies and tie them not far farfrom farirom farfrom
from n anieo moo tempting bone so that they would wouldstxatoh wouldstretch wouldstretch
stretch and strain and pull until thoy grew long 011g in intha inth1 inthe
the body and short in the legs and became beetjmoili thosefunny those thosefunny so sofunny
funny little dachshunds dachshundsA dnch dachshundsAaobblor hunds hundsA
A Aaobblor oobblor Qobblarhe he tells me first invented frankfurter frankfurterwufagpJB frankfurterUUfU frankfurteruueugps
wufagpJB UUfU s and wire mousetraps but I doubt thisAt this thisAt th s sAt
At any Y rate Conrad is a good deal of a humliii hunujug hunujugand h g gnndia g gand
nndia and ie not really as smart as ho pretend to bo bofor boforwhen for forwhan forkhan
when I asked him if he could eOl d halfsolo u pair of ofsnowshoos ofsuewshoos f fSBowshoOi
snowshoos he said he thought ho could but wasnt wasntsure wasntsure wasntsure
sure But lie had seen and 1d talked to sovoral oleo olvopaccording o1V o1Vaecording oleoaeeording
according to his own story and ho had witnoseodV witnoseodVfairy witn0S6cduniry wituessodufairy
fairy dance in a inoonring more than once so he hesaid hesoid hesaid
said I IAll
saidAll
All this 10M talk about the little people made me ox exceedingly oxceodinly oxceodin ¬
ceodin ceedingly 1 curious and anxious also to witness some someof someaf someof
of then 1h marvels lie talketd about At last after he heliod heblld heload
load declared again and again that it was simply r iin iinpowibTo 1mbTo impostibio
powibTo bTo to obtain a ftj aivieww view iew of an elf unless you were a acoVbler 3co1tbIer acobbler
cobbler I unfolded un olded my pl plan n to him It was simply simplyto
to take his little shop and sit there day after n ter day dayaad dnyaDd dayand
aDd night after night until at last the elves con convinced eoniuced conviiicmd ¬
vinced that I was a real shoemaker would pay me a asocial aoc asocial
social oc l visit i t and k l wt t me into their games gamesAch gamcsAch gamesAsh
Ach der Lui I exclaimed Conrad nrad Vat it it ice issl isslYou iS8 iS8HYou t tYou
You tiuk djot dot you can a shoemaker r been alretty alrettyinjtout a alrettyniitvut lrettyIuitout
injtout learning lear ing dot peesness yet Day fint out right rightnwqr rightY7 rightiv
nwqr iv Y7 ty onset dot you cant did it shoost as soon as asdey asdey
dey < < ace you youl I Dey aint no fools I IBut IBut IBut
But before they get around I will ill have learned learneda learneda
a Jot about shoemaking said I IAchl IHAcJtl IAchl
Achl Dot takes ears ant years to learn dot dotpeasiiees dot8 dotptieane8E
peasiiees 8 It iss not sliooet hoo t to hammer avay on a apieca npieeo apiece
piece of ledder 1cd er all de time You tink pecause You ybuc YoucUt youcan
c cUt scratch acra h avay on a piece of paper dot you can c do doanytmg doaIqtiDt doanytiis
anytmg alretty abet Dots one big grand grAn job dot dhoemaker hoe toemaker hoemaker
maker yet yetWe yetWelk e
Welk We 0 at last IAstIP I persuaded rBuaded him to take a vacation vacationajfd vacationanti RcationIUI
anti IUI go away to my bungalow down at Atlantic City Oilyicjrd Cityacid
acid go fishing ova day at ft my expense and n d when whenthis hen henthi
due thi was proposed propo d ho o was no longer proof against againstlike fI iI izist izistthe 8t 8ttho
the temptation for lie dearly loved to go fisJling fns iing
like likeall all good inea ineatt
II packed hum off on a Monday Mon ar morning g and
hMtcned to take takeup tak up my m y new occupation for lie had hadgiven JuteIg hadgiven
given g l110e me many hint as to how to proceed in order
to convince convince notonly noto not only r the elves but others that I was wasa wn wngenume
a genuine genume cobbler cobbleaWell cob cobWell r rWell
Well a week wont by and no elves appeared To Tobe 10he Tobe
be sure I was quite < Ue certain that more m re than OJK once L I Ihad
had hoard mysterious noises and faint whispering
behind my back bfte down amoit among the great rolls of calf calfskin calfskin calfskin ¬
skin in the corner of the shop but I had seen nothiug noth nothiag uothi
iag i and when heft I heard these slight sounds I was wasvery wasvery as asV8r7
very careful never to look around for I was certain certaintliat eertftinthat eertauzthat
that any sudden motion or the betrayal of curiosity curiositywould
would r ould frighten rihtau my timid visitors away a aT1ley
They were getting acquainted with the now cob ¬
bler in their ir own way and I thought were werostudy study ¬
ing iny 1If in habits and manner of working before bef re they theyrevealed theyroveaJ theyrevealed
revealed roveaJ d themselves so I never let them suspect that
I was listening or watching at all allSometimes aUSometimes allSometimes
Sometimes just as Conrad used to do when he hewas hewu hewas
was very busy I would work ork far into the night longafter long longafter loiJgAfter
after all the townspeople were sound asleep and andthen andtlum andthen
then it was that I used most frequently to hear the thetiny thetiny
tiny 11 > > 7 footsteps patter across the boards and one onenight onenicht oneniglzt
night when hen engaged eng gcdmost most earnestly in my m toil for forI forI forI
I really re lly had become quite interested in the work I Isuddenly I1tw1en1i Iauailenlgthought
auailenlgthought suddenly thought of the story 8tor in Grimms Fairy
Tale Ta where the cobbler and his wise wife made madethe madethe madethe
the elvesa elves panripjshoes pact q shoes and some clothes clothesWJjy clothesh clothesWhy
Why h > not n t anoint unnkotlie kwtthe the same experiment i I askedmyself asked askedtheiriselVes 3fokedPerhl
myself Perhl PerhirpaYt J it might m gitjnduco nduco the elves to sho shothemsc1vOI show showtheulseleos
theiriselVes at once and b jwry Jal ny friendly friendlyInstantly irlcndlyf irlcndlyIn8ta friendlyInstantly
f f
Instantly In8ta I T eg a to to iieok eok for some material to tocarry tocarry tocarry
carry out the tbeplcn plan and in in a closet I soon found foundtome foundomedelicatej foundiwme
tome omedelicatej delicate < Hkitl that 1 I was sure would make makefine makeIna makefine
fine shoes Tlta TiheaFip rt 1f thought it would be better to towait touit towait
wait uit ttntilnex izatfl til ne < w weitthey Aey Woel W 1J not le t present presentI
80 > I went I Iting o oEarly ode odeEarly
Early 1i iextst Xt > > t iWel1t to tl the shop and get getting getting
ting down oft < wnH fees carefully examined the floor floorwhere floorhere floorwhere
where here the tb duiit d 11t lay ay thick uul st soon > on I discovered tiny
footprints f otprh1t there which alone was > proof of the pres presence prestIlce presence ¬
ence of elves for none were more than an inch in inlength inJeDAth inlengthy
length JeDAthCarcfully lengthyCarefully lengthCarefully
Carefully measuring the Jargest footprint I soon soonIiad goonIlad oou11ad
Iiad a pattern to work after and I began briskly brisklycutting briskJvCutting brisklycutting
cutting out the soles les ofthin of f thi thin l leather uud t utI shaping shupiugthe b V 1 1c
the c upper UPl > er parts of the Scarlet kid It was a a very veryoVHcatc
delicate job you may be sure and I spoiled the ti fist fistpair st stpair t tpair
pair by by11lY my lack of skill kill as well as my In haste but butg butcgiiming
jkgriiuiing cgiiming g mi 1g again more carefully 1 lsoon soon had the tl > e antis satisfaction antisfaetion tis tisoi ¬
faction of seeing seeing them tlu m shape themselves theI 8Cl very v ry fairly fairlyindeed fairlyindeed fairlyindeed
indeed indeedAll indeedAll indeedAll
All day long ong I stitched the th tiny tin footwear sowing sowingso
so carefully that even the oldest old t shofutakcn would wouldnvt wouldclot
clot 11 < t have been ashamed of the work and when night nightVamc night8Dlei
4 Vamc 8Dlei tfcoy were completed completedas as s pretty a pair Hir of elf elfhoo8 cUfohoos elfhoes
hoes a6 any anyone one could desire Tiny cords with tas tasscled t8SelccI tasseled
scled ends uds were the sheelaew shoela ps red of course to tomatch tomatch tomatch
match the shoes and andraI1y really I 1 was quiUj q iw puffed uu uuwith up upwith 11 11with
with pride when I surveyed my handiwork handiwork3ora handiworkForI handiworkFor
3ora For 2 a long time I pondered over o r different diffcl nt ways wavwof waysof i iof
of presenting the gift to my elfin visitors but at
t I r i s WITH = FRICHTE FRI < Iitt 1 E EDCf CMES C IES EWE ELVES ELVES JU JUMPED P D DOWN DOWNAND AND FLEDI FLED
J e t
last I 14 do I idW1p F1 4 d gib Vp pltmothem T W the 0 in the t I f footprints which whichI wp cl clI
I had iuenouxed mdafturedfiO m qmc so sotlrat that the th little ltt1 folk lk would wouldni wouldnistantlysereto in instantly m mstttntIy ¬
stantly stantlysereto seo 5e t to whom they tllC belonged belongedThen belong belongedThenrl d dThen
Then Thenrl + put jutout out my Ill light and went home in 111 great greatglee gr greatglee 3 t tglee
glee gleeThe
The next 11 morning much earlier than Usual sual Ihastened I Ihastened Ih08tcllQdto
hastened h08tcllQdto to the shoo slIo Tlioshocs The shoes hoc had disappeared disappearedNothing JIsul wlisappearedllotlung pearc41 pearc41Notl
Nothing Notl JJg Showed shi shttwtdwho wwho who had taken them tl O ur1J a utaliotul1 utaliotul1tale iuWho 4Hl tal taltale 1 < 1 1t
tale t l footl footprints > ril tS in in the dust botrayad botrft8 d t I l th Ujr Ujrelf g Att Atta Attelf 11 11elf
elf had carried away awn away y ylug my gift rftbuthe but hd lla 11 lftno 1tt e a 110 110iug noth hr hriug =
iug to sfiow snow S lOW whether he was pleased or or not notAll notAll 4 4n >
All n day dD long I pegged soled and heeled and pon ponderod poneroo pen pendared =
dared eroo but when night came I had about arrived a t e at ata at2l ata
a conclusion that I had wasted my m time and thati that thatthe thltth
the th elves elves had no desire d ire to make my D1Y cquuiutunee cquuiutuneeI cquuintuncerwoul cquaiutaneeIwoukd
I rwoul would have gone home had not a little 1ittlob boy yen yentered en entered entered ¬
tered and asked askedm me to mend nymd i nd his is shoes shocsthut that night nightHO
HO 0 tbatbucould that thatbe hy could wear them to school next nc t day dn wd wdof 1Jldof id idof
of course I r was compelled to serve him for fortIint fortIintwtl t tliat tliatwaswhat Hat Hatwaa
waswhat wtl waa batI T had promised Conrad So O after sunptecl sunpteclwhenIjwas sujpecwhen uJ1P1c uJ1P1chen
whenIjwas when hen Lwas I ± as busily stitching away ind nd whistliiis4n whistliiis4nthe whitt1iU wlii5tln g n nthe 1 1t
the t regular shoemaker style st le and almost evoryhorly evoryhorlyelse ever9b evoryelse < n1y n1ye1s
else e1s iji 1 tav tatYUr was fast asleep I heard 1I ard1ehindmethif ard1ehindmethiftap Behind me the thdtap thetap
tap tnp af rtin tiny tau heels and when I suddenly sp ldenly turned tl1Jl1 Isaw I Isaw Iaw
saw aw a little t1a1 figure gure not quite as taU as s mybcnch mybcnchHe m my bcnch bcnchr
ci ciIts
0 0HOW8S r
He HOW8S was an eK Exactly like tl the e pictures in the theisles ihaslogy thostogbooG
slogy stogbooG isles books bvvlcssvith with vltharcd a rn rcd d rosy 108yill ios face e a long la o white hitobcaro hitobcaroMJld beard beardand rd rdsndtIreesed
and sndtIreesed dressed in 11 a rough ro 1gb gray grn jacket with a hood to tocover toCOyer tocover
cover his hi head tutuc ti turned thcd back on his broad shoulders shouldersHe shoulderslIe shoulderslIe
lIe wore my red shoes on his feet eet and fW I sat at snugthat snug dimathai JUU JUUthllthe >
thai thllthe they ft fitted tied burn h perfectly and Ishaled abiJQ down d vn at athim atluui atlimit
him very ry pleasantly pleasantlyHe pJelUiantJlie
He seemed somewhat timid
standing just like aboy a aboy nboy
boy ready to dart a1t away Wlt but butwhell when I smiled he l seem seemed soemed < oeln oelncd ¬
ed assured of any ID friendly frien J3intentions intentions and carne eaiuenearer CRmo1or carnenearer
nearer to we I waited for him to speak 81 > Ck first and andwhen noowhelt andwhen
when lac lie spoke oke to mo in German it did not surprise surpriseice
ice to toi to find J1 German elves elv in a German GerJJ tu cobblers shop
He lleslticl lleslticlHltbttnk soul soulI
r Hltbttnk I thank you strange cobkleifor cobbler for the th beauliful bisauiifuishoes beaulifulshoes 1J aU iful iful8hoee
shoes N ere ever r had an elf such splendid footgear ootg m2 and andI
I am vory vor veryfroud ltroud iroud of them th themI m f fI
I replfijd plfOd in German i am glad glucllOO they please you yeti eu
I wiahedt wiahedtto wished to show you OU that I IVa wrs friendly toward towardyoti towmdyou tos d dyou
you and your yom our folk v v11tow i i1Cnw i ilow
low did you know thqpe yoreelcaJr rgore wore elves elvesle It l zhe zheasked lt ltAskOd be benskbd
asked nskbdl
l have rend many books of longic love and I have
knowledge of ofyolr your i people > I replied lelJIieJI I li have ve long
known you MIte we here but I did not wish WI to trouble troubleyou troubleou troubleyou
you ou
youWell Well en well 1 Vhat a fuss they ley made about it
They have all lived here for a long time tim but were wereso wereso wereso
so afraid C Taid of OfYOl1 you that t 1t they sent clear to the Black BlackForut
Forest in inGermallY Germany for mo to come a and d take a
look nt nt yound you and behold buboldihe the first thing I get a fine finepair nc rchair ncatt
pair att of shoes and nut they the never l1e t got got anything all the thetime thetime thotime
time tb tbeyo vo lived here Ha ha ha Such Su h calf
heeds s toot tl ttlley they are Such dumb noodles noodJ yes CS 1 Any ny ¬
body bodyco could Id see with one look at you ou thet you are a anio uIIWe
nio IIWe nicefellowaud fellow aiid 1 smart too tooGun tooCan tooCan
Can you youilot OIl not ot speak English 1 f I asked askedXo aS4cdXo askedo
Xo o I have ove neverbeen never been away away from home before beforeand beIQreand beforeand
and I would not hat roine only they quid grand grandlather
lather was w the Ie only one who could tell them whatto what hat
10 do dor they were w were rc all for going away from lroD11loro hero when
Conrad departed arted Aeh They are American dumb
beads head aft nf1hCI1no I Tea Even now now they arc hiding in the wall wallliwnfl1
listening liwnfl1 listrtiitito iou tqtrTttJl uststlliaig talking g and will you believe ma maoino mctOInO meseine
seine of them tan peak J > Ctt1t no German yet it is only onlyrbout
bout two hundred years ean since their fathers thcrs came
hero he Sit Siteh eh a uoitfence uoitfenceTwo uoUetlCUlwo uousencetwo
Two hundred n mdxed years Is it
years possible Solon So long s s4dh a aAdi ati ati
ti r I Iphl
Adi phl Thatfs h s nothing Mere 1Itrcb babies bics I am muthrec muthrectbouUndrears three threeihouaand threethoisuiul
ihouaand tbouUndrears years old myself lQ3 > lf slid I am still hale mud ft11d1aeatt
hearty heartyAnd 1aeatt heartyAnd IJ1 IJ1utl1d
And have you lived oil that time therein there in Ger Germany GorUl1n7 Germany ¬
many and seen all the changes Seen tilt laud turn
from dark woodlands into tho great 1eftt rich citiesthe cities citiesthe citiesthe
the people grow from wild hairy savages savages to gdntlc gdntlcscholars gdntlcsehea15 gentleelselaru
scholars seen groat loat castles with their robber barons
fall into o decay rand 8nd cathedrals rise risemd and crumble el mble
druids Goths Franks Huns Teutons feutonsritie rise andflourish and andflourish andf1QUTi
flourish f1QUTi h and fade away awo away i
j
= Achl Ach I I If dace iaxe seen sdll nothing ho interrupted I Ihave I11nO Ihave
have always alw lived in tho rocks in Black Forest andnevQs and andnev andncp
nev ncp c both bothered red about all these changes I have no noticed 110ticcd noticedthat ¬
ticed ticedthat that hey he wore worcdifferent different clothes from time to totime totiJl1 totinie1
time tiJl1 but I still stick to what I wore when a boy boyWhat bo boVh boyWliat
What Vh t tonie to pIC aretheir are their wars and fashions All humbug hum humbug humbug ¬
bug JDpvn Down in the earth wo dig our gold and pile it itup itU17 itup
up vaudSiiorry aiid i1T sorry not about the fool people above abo usl us usb Usuutl
b l uU uUdJng uutl i i Ji g castles cathedrals monuments monuments thut that all allcruitlb oILcru allflk
cruitlb cru cruiiiiiblem b1 flk like u wax Gold alone yes and s silver silvero silveroto wo woto o oto
to h l It ffor tforull all timeflat timeBut time timeBut
But in all this time you OU must have learned some something something something ¬
thing I cried cJ ed You dont dontmean mean to tell me thatyou that thatyou thntyou
you hayeTjcen runelJcon moulding away away y down below b Iow for two twothousand twolIiousm twothousand
thousand d years years and know nothing about all the thewonderful thewolld thewonderful
wonderful wolld rful things that have bu happened happenedAelil 2 2Ach t tAcl1
Ach I Im am not fgreen scF s < green as ss s I I look or as you im imagine imnginoOnlythe imagineOnly ¬
agine nginoOnlythe 0hly the othordayt ptliof th fda day waiyesits ID ll Jcs ifs it Tbout < uo t three threeor
or f ffour eurhundred hundred years enrs agoTl ng ago r cant unsay say exactly xactbI xactbIWitS I Iwas
was acquainted l1cq acquaintedwvehl nintcd well acquainted ncqu J tcd too withai with a greatphilosopher great greatphilosopher greatphilos
philosopher philos pher and magician ma iciun tlio wizard Albertus AlbertusIMaguus 4lbertUBUng1u Albertustingijus
IMaguus wl1 who actually wrotova wrotda book all with his hisown hisownl hisown
own ownl hand handT nuJ nuJhI V VI
hI I saw Sftwhim hiuv hits writing and unless itnlessI I had seen it I IwoultFiipfc Iwoulthlot Iwould
woultFiipfc would not Ifttvc said it buthetdid buthe did it itbnd < and < nd it was mag magnificont magnifiont mobnifieont
nificont The book b ok Weighed w igt d twelve pounds ounds All in ingreat ingrtltOI in ingreatbl
great grtltOI hlji a kIotters l loiters made1 undc with tutbttgbose u goose quill as if ifby ifb ifby
by b magfe U1ft c < 5i was and with beautiful b mtiful colored pic picttnes pic1tnCS pie pieturt5
ttnes turt5 nf n this tJuhend head of every cv everyting ry pHge Fine Oh the thebrave thebta thebraveyicti
brave bta braveyicti J ctujj CtiAll res s All of wonderfnVahinials wondcrf lai1iU1ulB that roam roaaithe roanltIle roamthe
the earth ef1 enrthtll th31l sir i of which the pout gr ut Magnus 1fa < 1l1S told me mehe lncU inche
he U had seen 1 Cen with hIt his own eyes cyc8uml and FOIIIC of them themwere themweret themwerertetribre
were weret werertetribre terVibfe > ribre to look 1CO uliou vpoiu lousu Swell h fearful forms and andsuch andsuch andsuch
such awful faces it i Inot not permitted common men to tosec to1KI1or tosee
sec 1KI1or noi nor an eVfH1 elves I think fIWkfo1 for I lhae have never 110 > 1 yet yetmet yetmetoue ct ctmet
met metoue one l1cw who f ItftB 8 seen seen seeuu any of tl thecr this ttcr crtEures urc lr Albertus AlbertusMaguusiixietured Albertu5fngnUHnctura AlbertusMa
Maguusiixietured Ma niua pictured In faitliff faith f t r nw wpne Jme even veii afar afaroft afaroff lfaroff
off Iwculd fall faJldtMJ1stifFwith dr difti nstiffth s iff V th fear QOt so awful are arethey are arethey tireth
they th i
theyIt 4 > It it sttoms sdomsto to me metriat iat I f hare lYe heard hoord of that wiz wiz8rd wwizard vizardaii4ilSI
ardaii4ilSI 8rd ° s d I I4 t sad al ln of his hook of auimflls but butI butI
I cnniwt CftIptOt 1eilteInbm eiieiH aiv iwtrliitt rfeat thoy li 3 were waw I e aria in l1 pretty prettygood prettygood prettygood
good em cnr i wtiifry + anim animHlsinysolf animth tlsyniysolf 5 lf and I would > like to toXd toli
rbawtttIljf4m sr srid f 0
11 r b
Xd id inil di tltogro tltciy tl re r too raadful a ful to talk ilk about aboutcried nooutncried alwsittcriediny
cried criediny my + dltf < l C ts vJitnim en 4 rna tJ theway hB vay vny is Aldro Aldrovandus Aldromdus lldrovandusCesiier ¬
vandus vandusCesiier Gesner Gei r 1t T 5hu hudderwlienl det1d dot enItbink enI think of them themATere themcr themWere
Were cr fB t they y v any WQrsS rs thfur fL1t the flap flaptailed fia tailed Pan Pan3andruinlw I Pasiw > nu nuj
3andruinlw j DdltllU l I inijuirl u 1uif w muutively SiMlu tivoly The animal animalwitJv auimlIwith animalw
w with itltx tail1 t tail Ukft 1k keaIII1well aftttiMrfdioitol It 1 and ft ii neck ork J k ninetynine ninetyninefoptlpiig ninolninet ntnet3muefoet
foet foptlpiig t Ioi ISi gw ftlSi warts watlkni t aim fu di tiirlstlea 1StIe tle on it and andim an a n CP CPtri elee eleel1ie electric
tri l1ie ligb1 lig4 lag it Qarthe owtlielwiidsof 0Jr t110 QJ1aotll1sb his hdnist hdriss rns I guess not notQf Dotf notQf
Qf f uch cb an nwf awfuhthingI twfult1un uLtlnng I never heard nor hadpiabt had hadMagnus tndapus
piabt Magnus apus us 1 think for lie certainly c taillY did not picture picturenor
nor describe il and I never UcC1 heard of electric lights lightsuntil lightsunti lightsuntil
until I arrived here in America Ameri Moonlight is our ourlight ourJight ourlight
light said saitlj Aldroyaudus But Hagitus wrote of ofthe oftbe ofthis
the Lamia which fe i ts a dread dre 4 creature creatureYou creatureih
ih 110 110o 110YOu
o
You YOu Y u mean Tpe m it the Llama Oh theyre common commoncnotigh commoneuo commonenotlgh
cnotigh euo ghjliS b bsonic > mStuth 1tt Stiutai tl Amorictiyou Aniericv A Qri you youkllow know stid I with withsome with60U1I1
some sonic i1fiJitti impationcc ne uce for I didnt wfeh y h to hear he r about aboutsuch aboutsuch boutsuch
such tams tnI 1U IjiihsSw iJ in inNo j
No I f ineari 1 iC 111 i the > ha Lkioin i mii he continued It is a awild nwild awild
wild bcjpet f wrote the tlte1iett SiJcat neat philosopher phi1 sophcn havinNowcial having havingseveral l1 ving vingfO
s several fO lal pnyts oulvardly ontw trdly rdl resembling res mul Ilg g an ox and m mHow In7ardy iuwardlyu
wardlyu 7ardy Ihule Ihulellow ihulesow
How did ho know w rat it was like inside insi ei 3M I Il1skcd I Iasked Iasked
asked askedHe askedIIo
He was a wizard replied the elf The Lamia Lamiahajs Lamiabus Lamiahits
bus awbiuan a womans ° s face very ory beautiful I he continued continuedAlso continuedAlso
Also 168 very very ClY large 1ur e and comely cOIU l shapes such as cannot cannotbe CUllllOtbe cannotbe
be imitntbd unit tbd by the art of any painter having an ex excellent exClIelt oxreliant ¬
reliant < dolor dolorin in their tbe sore ore parts pn ts without wings Viu S and andno andno andno
no other voice but hissing like dragons but they theyarp theyll theyarc
arc ll the swiftest swiftirst of foot of all earthly beasts so none nonecan nonecan
can 1111 escape Seapothem them by running runningWell runningYell runningWell
Well did he give you any mymorc more information informationabout informatiol1about informationabout
about the wonders of the world 2 I asked aakedSurely askcdSurely askedSurely
Surely He showed me Incthc the Sphinx Ah it was was7nrvelous wusuarvclous wasimwvelous
7nrvelous A kind of Ape wroto he having his hisbody hisbod hisbody
body bod rough like Apes the upper part like a woman womanmid womanmd womanand
mid their visage much like them Their voice very verylike verylike verylike
like a mans man but not articular sounding as if one onedid onodid onedid
did speak Lustily or r with i th fsorrow Sorrow Their hairo hairoVowne hniretoWJ1e hairobowwne
Vowne or swarthy color They 1h y arc bred in India or
Ethiopia Efhi pia The true Sphinx is of f a fiorce though thoughtarnjable thoughta thoughtainoable
tarnjable ta able nature and anC if a man do first of all perceive per perceive perpClve ¬
ceive pClve or discerns one of them before the beast dis discarne discorne discerne
carne the tbem1n mim he shall bo safe but if the boast first firstdcscriu firstd firstdeseritj
dcscriu d ri the man then it is mortal to the man manI manJ manI
I amvory amor glad that all of these fierce things t11 ngs have havevanished haveani havevani
vanished vani ani 119dsnid hod said I ffor fo o it certainly cert inly wouldnt be safe safeanjwherc sn sn8n safeanywhere
anywhere 8n whcre if they existed cXlst d now nowOh t tOh JlfOh
lfOh Oh I dont think they 1le have vanished replied repliedthe repliedthe repliedthe
the elf lf I guess gue 5 theyre around somewhere somewhereWhy somcwheretYhy somewhereWhj
tYhy Why he might mig t as well tell us that tlmtrubbits rabbits pram pramria prairiodogs pr8iriodogs
riodogs ria dogs or beavers were dangerous creatures creaturessaid crcaturessnid creaturessaid
said I IIndeed IInd IIndeed
Indeed Ind cd I well cll remember what he wrote about 8b ut the thelast thelast thelast
last ahimal 3 limol the wondrous beaver Hu said the theBeivcr theDedver theBetlver
Beivcr is a most moststrong strong creature to bite he will willnever willneyex willnever
never let go his histc teeth th that meet before he makes m kcs the thebones thebone thebbneS
bones bone crac erael crack His hinder feet are like a Gooses and andhis andhis andhis
his forefeet forcf e like li e an Apes His fat tail is covered coveredwith cQeredwith coveredwith
with a scaly seal skin and he uses it for a rudder when whenhe whenhe hon
he 7nixsu pursues > Ulsuqs 4 4niglit fish He comes forth of his holes holesm hi tliti tlitinight tIuiuight
night and biting off boughs of Trees dbove bov the theRivers tl tlRVel it o oRivers
Rivers he makes him houses with an upper loft loftWhen lofthcll loftWhen
When hcll they thc arc Jlre arectit cut t asunder nswl er they are delightful de1ightfultpsee tp tpsee toace
see for oije c of e lifeSvOn 1i 01l his back and hath the th boughs boughsbetween b boughsbetween ughs ughsbotwecll
between his ii 1 legsfaftl 1Cd others draw him by theftail the thQft tail il iltheir toy toytheir to toN
their cotta1Iie cotta cottatic
> i
tic w was wwaee s arl g eal at gn ss 1 apes wasnt wis1 N hel he Everything Tythingseemed Everythingseemed E Myilildg Myilildgtioellu t
seemed tioellu d tJDhavpt tti liavoht Utapelike > appearance I suggest suggested ¬
ed hIJ Had p the wizard lzard ever ever seen a real ape or mon monkeyi mOllke monkeyr
keyi keyilie ke keyrlie r rlie
lie lie lie wrote r tc about bfJ tlie CiTiocephales Cy cephalC5 replied l epli d myr myrtii m mtl inti
tii tl frioififlj n01II l be hey arc a land n l of Ape saidtheV saidtheVK said th th3ici thi4aciaope3
K i4aciaope3 SICIOU 3ici > > 1 S pes pcg tvliase 11OQ heads < arc llk I kt Dogge 1 Doggesnud Doggesnudtheir > og auVf auVftheir t isf isftlt
their tlt ir other oth jjarts i partalike tt like a Mans Somethere S < i > me m thQrel t4f1re1 barwhzdh barwhzdhair > owhiQr owhiQrn r which whicham
am n air < f ably ubt > to o write rite and an naturally tq4isfcen titl StCrn letters letterawhhclikmdthetiriests letterswhich letterswl1icId
which whhclikmdthetiriests knid h d tJioiriei5ts lOlri ts bring iritp into their their1einples iempesj9nd iempesj9ndat J Iitplestdat nd ndat
at their first fir t entrance tho Priest bringeth him 1iiml 1iimlwri a awriting awriting
writing wri Jg Table sipencil pencil H ncil and Inke so that by b seeing seeinghim sue seeinghum ng nghim
him write rito he hcmft irtty make by all whether he be of o the theright tharight t11 t111ight
right kiwi and U1dthe the beast quickly showeth hisaki3 hisaki3Th his hisakziTlioomanlespeoplo ktJ1 ktJ1fhfl
Th Tlioomanlespeoplo fhfl Komajides OmIl11 1es people of Ethiopia Ethiopia3ndt1he sndthe ano the nati5 hatloiif hatloiifof ti tiof1xlcntimori a I Iof
of Mentimori live upon the milk of Cynocephalcs Cynocephalcskeeping Cynocapkalaskeopiug lloc p1s l s ske1epiug
keeping great herds of f them and mdkiIng killing all the tliemate1 tbem themales
mate1 mate1Thats m males 1et u uIfjhilts uThats r
Thats aU about abpltalCS al > aut apes I hope Said I Some CiSomebody Somebody Somebody
body must have been filling the old stickintliomud stickintliomudjihilosopher sickjiutemudJhilosoph stick hitkomind hitkomindlitigaphilosop
philosopher Jhilosoph her r with all sorts of funny stories s ttrl I supr supj supjpos sup suplJOs
pos litigaphilosop a ftS8Hor sax saxphilosopher sailor 1o r e ethiiig got his ear and made hhnjbelieve h hith believe eveiyf every everything evcrtIi
thing tIi 11g he told him There horo is hardly onoword V dthftt that istrue is istrue istrue
true m i1 in allyouaiave all you OU have repeated to me in In spite of the thecolored thoolor thecolored
colored olor d pictures picturesAldrovandus licturAld <
Aldrovandus Ald 1 oYandu5 gazed gazedlt b bad at me reproachfully reprofte and mdJthen Jthen JthenadiWd then thenadded
added addedBo ad d dSjwo A ADoyou
Sjwo < Doyou Bo you y yfearful ou inetui mean to say sn he was wrong about bout11l bout11lfenrful tile tilefearful tht
fearful Mantiphora5 Mantiphora5I lnnticl1Orl
I will m say that t1 t there never was an animal auimalJiy jjy tho thoname t that thatname a1 a1m
name m name mej so he was certainly wrong wrongmdcedd wrongmdceddsw indeedIsis indeedIsissivared indeed r r1ll1o anS anSswared
swared sw rcd with withiniuch much heat heatlniost r rAlnids >
Alnids 1ll1o lniost t iivery every ch one oile of them thcmllnd had a amnrts marts s fneo f f aco > as asI asI1C1 I Ireriiember Ireiiieanbe3
reriiember 1C1 9mbex said the elf U It made tKern t1 jri very hor horridl horci horrid
rid ridm ci 0V 0VI >
m I rsnould should think thin thinProve k so said I shuddering but ut that thufproves ili1i ili1iprovc
proves they tlie were were cia merely inventions for iio o animalexcept animal animalexcept animtexcept
except the humble monkey m < wtcy has a face nce like aman amanOf a aOfeoUsethere i u an anOf
Of OfeoUsethere course there ore big monkeys apes and gorillasbut gorillas gorillaslm
lm but they have Ita ve ilOt the other marvelous characteristics characteristicswhich chatlctcristibswHich charaeteristicswhich
which the philosopher gave his animals I have at athome athome athome
home fastened against the wall a crdature that tbnttor tbnttortruly or ortrulv br brtruly
truly ferocious looks would make them allj nl se seifm seifmj ni nivery
very r ttunc indeed j TA It is calledu called Tij a seaspitler vr aria asidis asidismerely aii aiimerely iS iSmorelya
merely a crab but it looks dreadfuL dreadfuLei dre diul diulCJ <
< ei I should 31 much muchThen like to seethat se thatsnidthoeH thatsnidthoeHThOll said tho theelf elf v vThen
Then come eOlUe with me said Iand I and you youwiit will See geib geibI seei seeiI iiI
I suppose SUl > POSO that as it itisquite itis is quite adistance to myhome myhomeImighfe myhomI
Imighfe I might invite 1t ite you to sit inmy coat coat pocketand pocketandtake pocket o andtake and andtol
take tol a rideI ride ridcY ri r rI
I shall bp bi pleased responded my friend ftbut ftbutI but butI
I must tellray tell iuy people that I am going with you or orelse orelse orthev
else thoywillbo tho thev will be alarmed alarmedHe alatmcdPHe
cladHe He Heovent ovent went away into the gloom that shrouded the thafar tl1 tl1fir thefar
far fir end of the shop and vanished I heard whisper whisperings whisperiugs whisperings ¬
ings and dint exclamations proceeding proce ding from the thedarkness thad3rmcss thedarkness
darkness and lUdsoon soon he returned with ith ImO others
But u ffe e Laughs I l ghs at the Descrip Descriptions Descr etscrr etscrrt p pt ¬
Ions t ons and1 anjTeils an Tells HisStrange HisStrangeV His Strange StrangeVisitor range rangeVisitor
Visitor V sitor That White Whi r e rs tits it is Very VeryInteresting VeryInteresf VeryInteresting
Interesting Interesf ng it is s Not o True T rue ruewho Je Jewho Us Uswho v
who wore much younger insPPesi hi appearance tpp anoe n el i and one of ofthornspoke ofthorn s si
thornspoke thorn spoke 5a Swing SwingGrandfather a ing ingGrandfather ng ngG J
Grandfather G ndather declares d lues that he ingoing g ing to jour jourhouseWhat yourhouse our ourhouS
houseWhat house Whnt are you ou about to dtoWeare db We Y are re afraid for forwro f furro r rtGdomo
wro tGdomo do < notknow iot know you youTfoigj youYo youoft
Tfoigj Yo oft JF grandfather is s in inno no danger dft Cl nor nor arc you youI youIrepJJeU
I IrepJJeU replied rep leli What do you you du suppose suppoaelwoul I would doJ do t Do Doyou Doou Doyou
you ou think people p ople wish wishto to harm barnUM th dreef dreefWe cJy elsoerWcJiavo f fYc
WcJiavo We have so nlwnysheen always been taught tt ugbt to f Avoid void mortals mortalsrlike morbll5J mortalshike
hike J yourself Esel U began one of theni looking at me meqimouslr m6hat mooustY
qimouslr qimouslri oustY oustYWell
i Well that teaching tc chin is just j st1iko like the th bugaboos buga 005 in inflnj infJ in int
t flnj fJ t boo hoojc oo your yo UJ grandfather gr ndf th6lhas hasbeen has been telling t6ni1 about aboutIlHjffiny nboutf1
IlHjffiny f1 1 rot We V would be very glad to bo b ac aeiiftjainted acl acdi
iiftjainted di l aimed nted with all We 1 ie e elves there th re are I will show showl iHwsQI1l showsdiile
l sQI1l sdiile ame modern matters Intt r to your grandfather and in insftuot instTu9t in9fruot
sftuot him in somehow s me e things thats alL alLfMjjy allMhy 1111 1111Iywe
fMjjy Iywe ne we go with ypu ou i asked tlifc other otherConio otherConiealong otherConic
Conic Coniealong along as many m n r of you as wish The more morethemerrier morethe moretliim
themerrier themerrierSo the tliim Dl rjer rjerSo Jer t tSo
So with three elves instead of f qnc in my m over overcoat o overcoat er ercoat ¬
coat pocket I trudged home When I turned on allthCcwc onthe v vthe
the thCcwc the electric tric1ight light and helped them down to the floor floerthejT fioelthe floorthey
they the gazed g zed abqut in wonder for many man queer things thingsare thinJS1Iretobc thingsare
are 1Iretobc to be found in my room roomThere roomThere roomThere
There nee stuffed birds and animals nnimf s seawonders seawondersfossils seawondersfossils seawondersfossils
fossils plastercasts horned toads lizards Angora Angoracats Angorncats f fcats
cats STcye ShJ terriers tcrri rs setter dogs and dachshunds an analligator analligator analligator
alligator from Florida a guinea pig from from Spain SpainChinese SpainChinese SpainChinese
Chinese idols ivory carvings carin s ostrich eggs shells shellsall 8 sl nS llsall
all sorts of marvels mores that always are of absorbing absorbinginterest absor absorbinginterest iDg iDginterest
interest to children chB dren who visit my den and at every everytomed overything everything
thing the elves gazed with much a awe for aeC1l aeC1lWIned aeciitomed
tomed only to Conrads humble humblehoDle home they the had never neverseen ueversucn neverseen
seen anything an dIing so o wonderful wonderfulTbe wonderfulf wonderfulTva wonderfulTM
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f
Y
Tbe seaspider sOQspi ermade made them them shudder of cQurseior cQurseiorhe coui c J r rhe
he is perfectly hideous and when Wh U I as ftS8ltrcdt aircdt < theiu theunthat J1 J1fhat
1 hat beyond beyondygitdng giving a sharp pinch he was washarmless a aluumless Je Jeharmless
harmless they theylooked looked very doubtful doubtfulI
I wouldnt like to get into intohiselutcll his clutches 5 1 saidAldrovandus said saidAldrovandus SidAldroandus
Aldrovandus for one good pinch would surely surelyfinish surelyHnish surlyfinish
finish me meneednt mc mcWell meWell
Well this ono is dead and well dried r cd7 so you younrednt youneednt
neednt fear him said I 2sext N 1ie e t summer Iwill Iwillshow I Iwiltshow will willsh
show sh w you ou some live ones at the seashore seashoreWeil scashore1Vell seashoreWell
Well Vell we are very grateful spoke AlSrovandtm AiHrovsindeswhen AlSrovandtmwhen A16rovftndltSwhen
when they had seen everything eve thing and I now invite jmitoou invhoyou inviteyou
you ou to come and see my m home homeIt 11OmcIt homeIt
It is is a long g way off I responded but I hope to togot toget 1 1set
got time to visit t you OU some day dayI
I would like to make you a trifling gift if you youwill youwill youwill
will accept it added the old elf With tlat ho drew drewout d drewout cv cvout
out a tins ti purse > urso and openedit opencd it poured oure outupon outuponthe out lipOIl lipOIlthe upaiithe
the rug a number of gleaming pebbles I looked lookedat
at them with great interest expecting him t te say saythat seythat saythat
that they tho wore magic charms perhaps for tIter djl djlnot ilidnot d d dnot
not seem to be anything extraordinary Then ho hoadded litdded lieadded
added addedThose addedThese ddedThose
Those are diamonds of the th finest kind found by byme byme c c1I1e
me at various times in the underworld andpre andprescrved Boopreservcd andiieserved
served more but of curiosity curiosi than anything aDtllin eke for forwe iorwe forwe
we do not value them but if you ou have them cut into iatothe iutothe intothe
the shapes you humans admire you ou will find them hemmagnificent themmagnificent themmagnificent
magnificent I will be pleased to present them th m to toyou toOU f fyou
you OU as a gift of friendship friendshipThon irien friendshipThen ship shipThem
Them you ou may be sure I lookedat looked at the stqaea stqaeawith stq stgneswith C3 C3with
with different eyes for they were as large as Basle hazlenuts 1111zle11lts Baslenuts
nuts nuts and I knew must be worth many thousands of ofCollars ofnftrs ofkldilars
Collars nftrs I took them and thanked the elf with a feel feeling feeling feeling ¬
ing that I was getting much the better of the bargitin bar bargain brcirin ¬
gain even if he didnt didntvuluo value diamonds as I di did diLr11 didalien l lThen
Then r11 u I produced a bottle of wine for I Iknew knew that thatelves tJtelves thatelves
elves are very ver fond of drinking and invited them themto
to sit down and partake of it with ith me They were werodelighted weredelighted 1 1delightcdund
delighted delightcdund and as they clinked their glasses Jasses they tlicybang the thebang theybang
bang an elfin song that still runs in my head headSuddenly headSuddcnl headSuddenly
Suddenly one of them spied a wrinkled wr Jlkled yellowish yellowishobject yellowishobjec yellowishobject
object lying on 011 my J11 worktable and as they had been beenexamining beene beenexamining
examining e examining nminiDb everything he pointed to it and asked askedwhat aske1hilt askedwhat
what hilt it wa was fts I looked and replied repliedOh repliedOh repliedOh
Oh thats a foolish toy to for children Its made inadoof mado1uQber madeof
of rubber and when you blow it up it looks J ks like a a2sov afi afimn
fimn fi ui 1 buby bubyiowwtt > nby nbyNOyf
NOyf 2sov jX supposed 1 everybody ever body had seen those rubber rubberthiiigs rubtterthill rubberthiiigsaxd
thiiigs thill thiiigsaxd saJld ad 1 had no idea that it would frighten frightenaIl frightenaIleI frightenaaside an anelfebfeside
elf elfvlleiz elfebfeside eI iB Side when I explained it I forgot to say say sa that thatwheaffit tbotheu1
wheaffit vlleiz heu1 is squeezed it squeaks having llAviD at the end u uwooden ttwcrod awoodein
wcrod wooden whistle I guess thats what hat it iii iriight niilttbe niilttbee8n lit be becalled becalled
called e8n d v i Therefore after I blew it up upand and helJit1 hela itqut itquttoward Ut Uttowardthem it ittoward
toward towardthem them I didnH didntcaleulato calculate what an effect the theIftueeXi theJlue thequeer
queer Jlue F ° painted p inted face on it would have havev hqcildrovnndus haveAldroovandus
v A3lr6Vandus stared at it in horrified silence dl < mee for a sitdniaii amomoalv anio
momoalv nio itdniaii n t and ar then cried criedOK criedQJits criedAits
OK QJits Aits ts the Mantichora itself Take it away awa dwwavi dwwavien i iTaert iThet
Taert en in order to sho T them what it wa > I squeezed squeezedit
it audTl 1 let out a loud squawk like li e a side chicken chickenTEaHfeettled ehiekeni
i j ji i X L
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i < + e ha TEaHfeettled 4Naitetded ettled it With one lle united vU of fear iLcy iLcyfled tkyHed th cy cyfled
fled In In a twinkling twinklingilie the elves had ranishedtlirougit ranishedtlirougitthe vsniskoiL througu througuthe througlltho
the doorway and where they went I know not to this thisday thisday thisday
day Tirna and time again have I tried to open up upcommunication Uico upcommunication
communication co municntion with them and explain that I did nut nutMCaij nOlim nucnidt
MCaij m nidt i zlto 10 o alarm them but Conrad tells me that they tiieywJltnot theywiltnot theywilLnot
wJltnot trust tr st a man who has such fearfulereatures fearfulereaturesznaiii fearful creatures creaturesinhishouse ereaturesin
inhishouse in znaiii Jiouso I IJSyery 1Fh IJai
JSyery Jai Fh time I look at that foolish rubber trifle on onwinydosk 011JnY on5nydosk
winydosk JnY dOsk I smile s il and yet it is a weak and silly smile smilefp smilef0F n 1e 1ef
f0F fp f rr Iinstantlr think thillkwhat what might hav have been my for fortunftic foyt fortunate
tunftic t nA lot had I kept keptthe the elves my friends instead of ofscaring ofscaring ofsearing
scaring them half to death Of Ofcaurae course U1Ee I han the themagiiincont the1i13griiiicQnt theni
ni magiiincont g cunt diamonds butuntold but untold gold alp akj nl might mighthave lHi ingghthove ht hthQ
have hQ e Qeen teen een mine mine tons of it so that all my little littlefriends littlefri littlefriends
friends fri d would have been loaded with presents presentsall presentsaC
all aC a1 my njvpoor poor relations been made rich and I would wouldTHoyno wouldlUV wouldiiever
lUV iiever never have to work again And un lost be beCl bemuse
Cl muse Sp ef a little rubber balloon thing thinghOY thingFhtip
THoyno Fhtip hOY 1o doubt d ubt might JDighthavoeome have come to view view the thiiijc thiiijcwithout thi thiviill thingtvitlsbut
without viill utf dear ear after examining itbut it but that th t awful awfulquc uwfulp awfulsqueik
squeik quc p k was yns too much for them themSinqo themtsk themi
tsk Sinqo i neo c writing the above I have received a letter letterfronii letterODLCbnrid letterfronL
fronii ODLCbnrid Conrad telling me that Aldrovandus came to toIiiin toli4t toitiiirind
itiiirind Iiiin li4t > ahd i1d told 014 him h that he thought perhaps PCIh pi I was iu iunc iunCCcnt in inneccnt
nc nCCcnt icnt of o wishing to harm themfor he had seen seenman a aman aman
man selling the dreadful drondi squawking things thin on tfa tfastreet thtstreet the thestreet
street lots of tHem in a basket for ten cents each eachand eachand Dch Dchand
and he guessed he would come up sonic > > night and andtell andtell andtell
tell mo he was feeling like a big dumbhead dumbheadWell I IWell 1W
Well W ell when he comes I will forgive him and yet yetnothing yetclothing vet1iothing
nothing less than a bushel of gold nupgeta nu getg will willma mabg mabgme nia niaInc 1 1me
me feel thasamo the samo toward him and I shall tell him himthe himthe sT sTthe >
the very cry firstithing first t1Ung too tooWALT
WALT McDOUGALL

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