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(Otar. B*^. «• P*K* 117 roon at unt "QS. «• >nor hun*ry to»r «i*d it>*«rT "nid h* km l» »lH four ityt before he had MVtkln* to wtr* Do<*dy mm, -Wall. Ml quit* *"* tM« the |n«iM w*ll •WIH to know they couldn't h* kwiM OO «lt they could do *u • »*'"> U» women 41* Ihtlr •katao" (etinflowor roou) and hop* forth# boot. "fi«* tbo worn on hod made OMo • pllo, thay took their orookod atlckt and boat olt tha Nt and look (htm to the plM* which hod boon hollowed out hi tho (round. "Ow tho kotoo thor plarod MM brancheo and othor lM«t HNrtd It with • Utln layer of Mrtlt. and built a Aro ov« it. ttMHI Ml book on tholr hoola and MM a kind of word, 'L'ghr "And that'* what tho boy IhOMhtK-a'th! how eon they Mho m* wait four wholo day* till thooe thine* or* cooked" Tiaouutly the I tt.llan **ld IfklM, slowly shaking her h*od tram oMo to *Mo, 'tlooton halo ttkko Rwaoh murk a muck.' ~Th»« the father and eon both MM th* Indian* aialn that they Mm< Hkod tholr kind of food - any DM "UN nhMT imp on* they MM baa • %lbe earn ma* *" " Im,' they wennd etala. Itpi M| ** IJka thlklaKk wnk ealmoa Mri* a "Ob. na' im" tM boy. 1 n* a*»th|n«. only | wlah ! «euld kav* *em*tlui» **«!' Advbhture-s OF THJ6 TWINS I V Oliva Robwi# Barken f"NOw fW nn it wiU fit totter tine* I put the fttseets into It" mid Oliver OrioU, "and the fairy landlord can breathe Pof» Mi Mr. Tl— Hug'* nut at th* anm* : MM flwil' «M be. -Thar* •mm. Now rn ran It will fit Wtlwr stme* I put Ik* pMNti Into It. ud the Mrr landlord can kMlki W tar. Pat IT hte tummy g*U any fat tar. 1 can't 0x it acala. (or 1 bar* M wn material." ■a ha railed to hi* wifa to rap at Mr. fhgi&Ri'i door and to tall htm |)Ht ba could get up now, aa his otMhaa ware finished Mick and Nancy, the twins, gath ared up th* rentbook and the big ■Mfcettoeok and the lead pencil and ppgfwad la leave as soon aa Ting •Hng waa draaaed. Bat aoddenly Mrs Oriole buret m WHh the news that Mr. Tingaling MMM't t* the apare room at all. Mr tp Iwt In any other room, dothes ar no ctothee. tlb, bo's Just sound asleep!" de Ulinl bar bulsband "You didn't htanur loud enough I'll go myself." WHEN old Granny To* had laid VI town the chicken *he waa talllglng limn to Reddy Fo* to try | to aatch Peter Rabbit, she had meant i to go right back and get It as soon MHtak/hMi naught Pftar. Then Of ' Baasard had dropped down Ml «C *>» blue, blue sky and startled tmr m that she had jumped. Of HBUrir. Petsr flabhlt saw her when •ha lamped, and off h* went. Upper tvUnperty llp, as fast aa he could go. OMOransy Fo* was so angry that qp &nd down. flh« tor* «p th« fr*n and irrourvl h*r 1 on* whit* teeth. Bhc waa "mart cnougU to know that Ol' M)«t»h Bu*»ard had token that way t» warn P«ter fLib hit, toot all aba ceuld do was to Ml Ol" Mlstah Buraard. and that dldn t P 40 her much good, for la a few rn ' n MM toe was so far up In the blue, Um gky that b* couldn't bear a word I ghe waa saying. My. my. but old Oftiffwy Fo* certainly wt* an*ry. ir ■he hadn't been so sngry, ah«? ml*ht bare eaen Johnny Chuck lyln* flat *» be could mske himself behind • M* chimp of grass. Johnny Chu'k was *c«fed. Yea. Indeed, Johnny Chuck w«a dread, un to scared. He had once fought Iled |. yax and whipped him, but he Imsw that old Granny ITo* would be too much for him. Ho It was with great relief that Johnny Chuck saw l»r stop tearing up ths grass and trot over to see How Kiddy Fo* was mttlnf along. Then Johnny Chuck gt«pt along until ha whs far enough ■M to run. How he did run! He mm all out of breath when he reach- M| home, and so tirsd tnat he Jusf down on his doorstep and ~ *-g«rvea ma right for having so r«h curloelty," said Johnny Chuck hlnaaelf fladdy Fo* looked up as old Oran Bf Vtm earns hurrying up. Kedrty t*d been shot by Farmer Brown's - 14b* *b*rt*«*ar Oeea mere rmm* ih* eeeettee. **4 be thle lime they had awme apeln te tki hut vhluk wo* the heme el the ladlaoe. "•Maapins I* enter Ih* lew «»erwey. en* women dleewt>eered Inatde ami praeeaitly relume*). «rtnnl*(, and hwar|n« I* her euie<(et>'ked handa en eerthe* eeeeet filled oilk emeklea ket. roaated wepeiae "'like wepaiae* 1 eke teaewd. •The Indiana irere eery Ilka ehll dren, end were |a«4 el eealn* the . funny aide, hut Uie» wcreu t really j meen. "Aed *n the time they wee* mek ' hi| tha wklte I-J en.l Me felher Hunk i they muat welt four dera for fond, they had kenwn thla nl.a pot of raola aia roeatlec I* their Name fire, ami Diet, whether aklla man liked their at her feeile er eat. thl* wea a faeerlie *rlih ell ef them "It wa* a pleet which crew I* ewentpv place*. anil eenl It* annate dvwa latn the velar end irte nice, lender re*te whieh made aplaedid |pe*t whan reeeted " ttertd Interrupted with a aoeetlcev "What were thaee ether Ihlaaa the Indlaae eeked (hem |l they liked. t<a<ldyt Tha etker tklafe baeldae the *kalee' end tha "wepeiaV*" "••lamaa la a eprm» lime plant ahu h (raw* en the prairie* It I* a email row I, aheut e* hl« e* the end ef my thunih It ewmae up a* tww folded r leevee. then e klue flnaw end when (ha flower open* el the top el a tall atem the ml le reedy te die "That ena la very de|ie*ie end fad. »row in the clear running etreama. amt loek Ilka wild paratope "Itut to foe* with lha atery While the ohtte buy ead hie father eia. ihay wati lied aa eld Itdie* who wae amok l«« He tank dried htalkialrk leave* end eruahad (hem Int* hie pipe ertlh hie takers After he had eiea..*d a while kie e>ea frew keerr. end then hi* head nodded, aad. at taet. eff the In# ke rolled. He waa faet aelaap "Tha ktnlklhlck k*4 dop«d htm. The lad peeer rerfot hie weak ta tha ramp, and that* why he le pet eure te«.tay that eor fwmla ere a* n*u«*k better tha* the thla** the Indian* TINGALING DISAPPEARS Which ha did. but la a few mln utaa be ratumsd looking worried "It's a tact!" ba s* claim ad. The fairy landlord baa disappeared "He lan't In tha house at all. I've looked into e»ery mom and cupboard, and the ek»th«e-hamp«»r, and th* trunk, and ev*i» up th* oblmnay. and he isn't anjrwbara" Tha twin® didn't know Just what to do Uitß Thay thought at firm of making thsirOraan Shoes take them horn*, but decided to ask th* advlca of tha Magical Mushroom. "Well." aald the Mushroom. Jumtv Ing out of Nancy's pockat. "1 think you'd better stay hera. aa you must take care of the .rent money In the big pockrtbook unlll Tlngallng Is found, or at least until the Fairy Queen ran find another landlord for the t«nd of Wear Knowa-Where." As usual he was right So Nancy and Nick decided to stay where they were In Maple Tree Flats until Tlngnllng was located. (opyrlght. lift, by N. K A.) Th* Lost Chicken BY THORNTON W. BVKOHSM Boy, and he was so stiff and sore that he couldn't walk. He was weak and very. v*ry hungry. But ha felt ■ur* that old Oranny Fo* would bring him something nl<« for his breakfast, and aa soon as he hoard footsteps his mouth began to water. "Did you bring me aomethlng nice, OrannyT" askfcd Beddy Fo*. Now, old Orsnny Fo* had heen so put out by the scar* she had hsd and by her failure to catch Peter ilabblt that "he had forgotten all about the chicken, she had left up on the hill. Wlien Kedri/ *POke she remembered When She Got There, There Wasn't Any Chicken It, and th* thought of having to go way back after it didn't lftoprove her tamper a bit "No!" ahe snapped. "I haven't! Ton don't deiterv* any breakfast. »Ny way. If you had any gumption"— that's the word Oranny Fo* used, gumption—"lf you had any gump tion at all, you wouldn't have gotten In trouble, and could gut your own breukfaat." Keddy Fo* didn't know what gumption meant, but he did know DOINGS OF THE DUFFS WEDIJOCKED FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS YESTERDAY and TODAY— OTTO AUTO HAGEN AND BARNES TIE OREKNWICH, Conn.. July II Walter ltngen of N< w York unci Jim Itarnra of Bt. Ixiiita were tli*<l at the end of ycaterday'e play for thn Met ropolitan Golf aaeodlltlon title. with th« wore of 2IS. They will play. It off today on II hole*. that he was very, very hungry. and. do what he would. he couldn't k«ep iMwk a couple of bin tram at dlaap pointment. Granny Fox saw them "There, there, Hcddy! Don't cry. I've not a fine fat c.hlcken for you up on the hill, and I'll run back an 4 get It." wUd Granny Kox. Ho off ehe »tar ted up the hltl to the place whfrf *he had left the chicken whan oho »Uutcd to try to catch J*et«r When «he Kot there, there wasn't any chicken. No. air; there wan no chicken at all —juxt a few feathers. Granny Ko* could hardly believe her own eyea. Hbe looked thla way, and ahe looked that way, but there w»i no chlrken, Juet a few feather*. Old Granny I o* flew into a greater rage than before. Ncit xtory: Granny Fox rail* Jim my Hkuiik Name*. "Daddy, bring home aome of Boldt'a French pastry."—Adv. TTIE SEATTLE ST All HY KAIII. A. I KY fly fishing si lla height. Thta may aom up Ihf DOHdllkni" found by tha anilara going aul Ihla wwk-ewl. With fly fieldng IHi beat of The iiilUm came, the aportaraan may at part arnna rojal f«ad apart, and well lie may, for audi streams a» thf aid "Nky" and many a4liera ara |hln| up Mime mighty flaa baoketa Uieae day*. Rfports to Plpar A Tsft from the Hky knnilah rtvar, In the vicinity of Millar Itlvrr station, claim the flahln* la the best In 10 years The "Hky" has lon* been known as the modi-1 fly stream of tha atata and It accordingly will pay the fisherman to conalder this stream In thoae he la considering this week end. Glowing reports sra balng brought over from Klttltwe comity telling of ths fine fishing In Fish and Hyaa lakes Flah lake *aa r*c*J)tly reopened to the public and both bodloa are giving ascellant aport. • Month Fork of the dnsnaalml* river Is at 111 rontluntng with the good old sport and m bunch of fine oatchaa ara being brought out. Deaplte the fart that thie atraam la adjacent la the Huneet Highway. It arams ta matter Mils as ths flatting continues thruout the aeueon Mid la new nue with fllea and sylnaw Some One Is Always Rocking the Boat. He'll Need That, Too. The Same <u Hi* Mother's Silverware. Jasper Wins the Cork Anchor. Won't be eo very lon* before the aalmon flahsrmstt have their sport- A faw aalmon traut have made their ap pearanre In the bay and a stray aalmon or two hava Ween taken, ftplnner and apoon flahlng offare Ita thrills. eapaclally when uaed with light ta« kle that la faat becoming popular with the flaherrnen of this district. The preaent two-week session a# riper 4b Tafl'e flahlng canteat, which tarminatee Auguat 7th, offera to tha trout flaherman a fine uutomatlv reel with lie yarda of trout line and one doaeai trout fltea. The haaa flaherman ehewlng the heat dlaplay af haaa draw* dawn a steel coaling rod and real. Report* from around Kh*g aounty atate that ths Knatern brook trout whlrh were planted a few months s*o hy tha various sfflllsted clubs of the Wsshtngton Htate Hportsmen's assoslatlon sre doing fine and by next year will show the rciiulta that maan more flah for the an*leia. The Sportsmen's aaao clatlon of Auburn, Hnouuslmla Valley Bportameu's aaaoclatlon, Kenton Hporta men's sasoelstlon, K«nt Hod and Gun club, Hportaman's sasorlstlon of Isssqush, tiportsmen'a association of Hlack Diamond and others are doing their share of the work In restocking the streams af this ovuutjr* Prise winner* In ih« Isat two-weak amnion of I'lper A Taft'a fishing ton tilt w»r» a* follow*: H. I) Persona of lloulevard park, winning the baaa prise. »1 rum casting reel. t>y dlsplsylng two fine hsaa taken from Utar Uka. J K. Plion, 111! Ifowell at . whk the lucky trout fish erman and cupped the prise for th» beat display of trout by showing 44 trout tsk»n from the tnlddll fork of the Hno qualtnle river. 4>l»««n won a nop par laadar box, half doxan tapered leadera and a flnn trout Una Swimming Entry Blank I am a regular reentered member of the American Amateur Union Ind wiah to enter In the following event* of The BUr olty awUnraing meet marked with a crona: MIC.VS KVKNTI * (• ram ilaiih (fr.. atjrla) JTNTOIW 100-yard <l..h (fri-. atyl*) 14 an <| |» Vfm OM 2JO-ysrd daah (frea style).,..*., * A ~u i .» v,r :,' ( ( h r T t ."\fV ) s ° 100 yard daah (bark 5tr0ke).......... • 50-yerd dash (novice) tnder H Yeara ftO-yard swim (under water) 50-yard daeh (fraa style) Fancy diving (10-foot board)..... 50-yard daah (back stroke).... WOIHRIf'S KVKNTI f.O yard dash (fraa style) JTTNIOItA lAO yard daah (fras atyle) 14 and Ift Yeara Oil 100 yard daah (breaet atroke) It yard-dash (frea style) <•0 yard dash (novice) t'nder 14 Yeara Fancy diving (10-foot board) 10 yard-dash (frea style). NAME A ADPKfCHS TEUSPHONB . Blanks must be In The Star office by August IS. Entrant* under 16 your# do not have to be registered. TO A. (1. ttpdtdlag's Booking agaary liooked some faat gamee for Hunday. Bhnn*r A Wolff will moat tha Mag nolia ilttraga at S p m. at Woodland park No 1. PAG* ft —.By ALLMAN —By LEO —By BWSSER —By K. C. CASEY By AHERN Kami Arcanum and the Ballaril Heat* or# will play at Adama (laid at I'p. m. Washington Park and tha Btaal Worfca will ml* at Hiawatha fir Id at t;H p. aa. Tha ftoath Park Iraqaala awl Uw CM onlal Theatre wUI aM at tout* parti at • p. aa. Tha Hlharnlana and TaamitVra will play at Lincoln park at * p. m. Tha Quaan Anna Usrrhanta will jour nay to nuquamiah to play tha local hall talant. Bll«rdal» and tha Routh Park Junion will Ala at Bllvardala. colbfr and tka Rainiar Cuba will play at Caltiy. ■ Ma<9 Www* will play Port flipHi at Part Oamldo. Ronton and laaaquah will plap at IM> <iuah. Tha faat Rramartoa Cuha will maat Üba N«w Moxlco. Madlaon Patk and Nlabtkl will plat M Fort Ward at 1 p. aft. ■hall Company and Fort Ward wtu ml* at I p. m. at Port Ward. Tha local Knlghta «c Calwk— wtt play Kuluui at tfultaa.