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Fairy Tale 1Y1,''Y GRA1AM DOBOER THE VOICES.. Some of the voices who were shout lag out to the boy and the girl as they were adventuring in the woods said that they didn't think anything of Mrs. Wood Elf at all. And yet the boy and the girl had found her so nice. "She was so good to us," said the girl to the voices. "Why, she never even asked us to wash up the dishes." "Well, tiay",o she Isn't so nice after all," sail the bloy. "She left Mrs. Get the-Mo,st-(Out-of-Life to do thewn. She came along on a trip with us, which was certainly far lnure pleasant." "Certainly." ag;reed the girl. "Don't ie sn m. ;t'e.d," said the sec',ll vic,,s th,,y Iad heard before, "for .Mrs. \VWool Elf is d irn you a favor. Yourre not the most w. tlerful creatures uho ever lived." "You're pretty f.te." sail the first voices. "She isn't s,o n;c Its you tllitk." "Oh." said tl:e sect'ond ('ires, "lon't be intluen, ci by t-;,, ether vieves. You n rm-t hIe citer ail 1ie al!e to know which Is I..-t. Thley. the first voices, the wil kc.,l oine-. are advising you not to like Mrs. \V.oi. Elf, and after all shit hays ,lie for you, to:" "l'o-h." sai ti th first voices. "What has she ,lote fir you? She was glad enoulgh to have you comlie to see her there in the hwoeid.. She hias but few friends. She likes company. Gra cltu's: You ,lid her a great favor by going there." "This Is very strange," said the boy. "The voices are so queer. The first voices, the ones n hich say we couldn't like Mrs. Wood Elf, al talk together, Jlke a great chorus of voices, antd so do the second voices. I do wish we could see the creatures who own these voices." "You can't see us," said the first voices, "for we won't let you. We are doing all we can for you, though, in telling you and warning you not to like Mrs. Wood Elf." "We can't let you see us," said the second voices," hut we're the Right Voices and the others are the Wrong Voices. We can tell you that much. Can't you see that our advice is really the right advice? You've got to he the ones to decide, and surely you're clev er enough to know." "Ha, ha," said the first voices, laughing in a very queer fashion. "Good," Said Mrs. Wood Elf. "Mrs. Wood Elf wasn't really so good to us when you think that she lives alone, and must be glad of the company," said the boy. "And she let us get that fright without coming to tell us that every thing was all right," said the girl. "I don't know that I think so much of her now," said the boy. "That's right," said the first voices. "And oh, It's getting very dark," aid, the girl. "It's going to storm." "It's not going to storm," said the irst voices, "but we'll show you that even the sun isn't as bright as you think It Is. We can show you how dangerous you can be, and how you can hurt not only your enemies but your friends. For we'd show you that friendb weren't so much after all." "Oh dear," said the girl, "I don't teal very happy. I did like Mrs. Wood Elf." "You really'llke her still," said the second voices, now sounding very far a' ay. "Oh, I believe I do," said the girl. Then the second voices sounded loud er and stronger. And the darkness Sgan to change into light ole more. The sun was shining through the trees and the shadows were dancing. "Now I don't hear those first voices," said the boy, "and the second voices sound near." "Of course we do," said the second voices, "for now you're true and loyal to your good friend and you're not lklng things that aren't so. oUil understand all about as from f you haven't already, and if you -let us beg of you never to doubt er friends again." "We never will," said the boy. "We never will," said the girl. "Good," said Mrs. Wood Elf, who mew stood before them. How tO Spell Colt "What have you learned at school today, Richard?" asked his father. "I have learned to spell horse," wasi the reply. "V y good. How do you spell It?" "Ho-r-se," spelled Richard. "And now can you spell colt?" In quired his father. "Yes." was the prompt seply, "you spell It Just the same as you do horse sely you use smaller letters." Mispelled Words The word as.ortnt In the ad of Crae's, 1213 COal, was miu Im our Ist IassnUe. Those to re eel,, the Jae emudle awe, Chsster Camus. 713 aerghsale ' S t.. b Mule ~ Vlage, 4412 - o~atrMele sat.; M P. Lk * O GUIID'E~ ~AGU'E mannnua AND mnnonn A Review of Piroiressive 'and IRepeSenttatve Mezcantole Stor and What They Have III IPDaý®ne~nd ýThese Firns You Chet Redb Valluee and Conect SvIie. ~ I~v~ - C HI eoring a Spelralty. S - 1We Know What Scrvice Mean~' - UTO RADIATOR'MFG. & REPAIR CO. Main I73.i 1548 Canal St. Come in and we will show you how to overcome your Iadiator troubles. We re pair. rebuild or malnufacture any make Auto Radiator. Ship or bring your leaky radiators to us. Srvice and wor.kmanship ,uaranteed. )11 -- I ENNETT Camera Supply Co. 212 Ii mionnc Strcet Oppo-ite Gas Office (( Iuk Fi'mns. Stat:onery. Mai zines. S. uv-enirs. City View Postals PIic ture Frames Made to Order. Kotildak Filhnu Deleloped and Printed od ik Finilung I OUR (I BUSINESS andi) Not a Side Line. EDAR HESTS - 1ade of .enuine T nnelf e red cedar. in a t1 tory S.0it tak. r pridll in the prodat tohat it inauitifa tnr.. cIt IAýt+ arid W a rrtrobl's of all sizes. or ntade to indi ROYAL ('EDAR CHEST WORKS t( ' ".l22 Royal Street. )) - _- ·-=:- : - · - --- : ==-: -RATH'S Celebrated Mustard Red Hot Pepper Sauce, Vinegar, Red Snapper Sauce. Creole ('atsup. Vorceater or Table Sauce, and Dixde Liquid Bluing. -0- ARCIA & NELSON iii Automobile Tops Made and Repaired General Upholstering 815 Julia Street :, ,INDEPENDENT ELECTRIC COMPANY PhonHOUSE WIRING SElectrical Appliancess Retail Grocers ARCIA & NS--PEROIATORCTOSTERS "; LLAMD'S, ETC. H. E. FALLER. J. R FALLERed 81 Dauphliae Street ADIES' SILK PENDENT ELWEAR and lapanese Silk Kimonas ° 50c on the dollar THE FASHION SHOP 1 COMP07 CANAL STREET HOUSPTOMET WIRIST AND OPCIAN Anthony Russo - - Electricaahec Bldg.Appliances EES EA3MINED Ho 31rs Daily, S---Sundayp 9 to 1r:30 S50Phone Iain 5098 f OYAL PLAITER CO., LTD. 9 CA1107AL ST. MAIN 897 ¬ P ALL KINDS OF PLAITI IANG Hemstitching and Picot Edging = 1Buttons Covered Mall Orders Prnomptly Attended to For all Stornge, Moving, Pa36 ing and Shipping of Houedhold . Goodseall O,, StorB & Traosfor Co. "WW ENOW HOW" Ofe sad Waduehose: 881 Decata. MBREL,.AS ,,, or te w..le .ily. , L _r,.aure -Mil VERIOrGS Prd o PtAItINd - F i allr Sta g n, crMea isn, a .Good , call , do. 0hSetr gs & a sfecCo LBRIGHT Sewing Machine E Shop 103-2-11114 N. 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HEIST STUDIO OF TAXIDERMY 1015 Common St. OOFERS, Slate Dealers and Repairers AbLWAYS ON TOP BRANDIN SLATE CO., INC. H.F. KOTHMAN P.J. VGT President and Manager ' Vice-Preildent F. J. VfLLARS, See.-Treas. MAKE NO MISTAKE Only One Telephone Only One Address SMain 1767 227 Deaphbie Street URCI Italian Restaurant Thee Nal~ek WISe 32 Deestr Utr..t. SERVICE A LA CARTE Table Iet, 11:80 k.' M. to 1O00 P. ] 5:48 to 7:48 P. M. We Have Our Own Sanlitaryl Platry ATEES, CLCMS CAIETEES Rqpied and bMu re b Experts AUG. ROYERRE & SON 122 EXCHANGE PLACE Al Work E~rmid Fusee of Charpe -O~ik Caaahs* _--SIMON'S . ARE THE BEST ) AS THEY ARE PIERMAN ;NT. ii! PiPhotos of Communion at P a,:,r Price UY AGECNTS SETAT'S anE TrAo~ ICYCLES Phone cmn. 870 HONEST ALL THROUGH . 5 -0 WALK BLOCKS .SAVE DOLLARS EMERMSON BOOT SIiD()! 418 St, Charles St. RENCH SANDALSL } IMPORTED Unequalled fur (COMFORT and relief of SENSITlOy F EET. Economical and Durable. PIIICES-- For Chliiren. SI.23 to MI.i0. 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