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CHAPTER II :
! How to Fell a Tree
Brownie Beaver could do many
' things that other forest-people (ex
cept his own relations) were not able
to do at all. For instance, cutting
down a tree was somelliing that nobo
dy but one of the Beaver family would
think of attempting. But as for
Brownie Beaver if he ever saw a
tree that he wanted to cut down he
set to work at once, without even
going home to get any tools. And
the reason for that was that he r.l-
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But Brownie was not at all
. ways had his tools with him. For
I strange as it may seem, he used his
teeth to do all his wood-cutting.' -
The first thing to be done when
you set out to fell a tree with your
teeth is to strip off Vie bark around
the bottom of the trunk, so that a
white band encircjes it At least,
that was the way Brownie Beaver
always began. And no doubt he
knew what he was about.
After he had removed the band of
bark .Brownie began to gnaw away
chips of wood, where the white
showed. And as he gnawed, he
slowly sidled round and round the
tree, until at last only the heart of
i. the tree was left to keep the tree
from toppling over.
Thei Brownie Beaver would stop
his gnawing and look all about, to
pick out a place where he wanted the
tree to fall. And as soon as Brownie
! had made up his mind about that, he
ouickiy gnawed a few more chips
oat of the heart of the tree on the
side toward the spot where he intend
ed it to come toppling down upon the
Brownie Beaver would not have to
gnaw long before the tree would be
gin to lean. ., All the time it leaned
more) and more. And the further
over it sagged, the faster it tinned.
i Luckily, Brownie Beaver always knew
just the right moment to jump out
of thi way before tho tree fell.
If you had ever seen him you
might have thought he was fright
ened, because he never failed to run
away and hide as the tree crashed
' down with a sound almost like thun
der. , But Brownie was not at all fright
ened. He was merely careful. Know
ing what a loud noise the falling tree
would make, and that it might lead
a man (or some other enemy) to
come prowling around, to see what
happened, Brownie used to stay hid
den until he felt quite sure that no
one was going to trouble him.
You can understand that waiting,
as he did, was no easy matter when
you stop to remember that one of
Brownie's Teasons for cutting down
a tree was that he wanted to eat the
tender bark to be found in the tree
ton. It was exactly like knowing
your dinner was on the table, all
ready for you, and having to hide in
some dark corner for half an hour,
before going into the dining-room.
You know how hungry you would
get, if you had to do that.
Well, Brownie Beaver used to get
just as hungry as any little boy or
rirl. How he did tear at the ebark,
when he finally bcin to eatl And
how full he stuffed his mouth! And
how he did enjoy his meal! But ev
erybody will admit that he had a
right to enjoy his dinner, for he cer
tainly worked hard enouerh to get it
' (Copyright, Orosset & Dunlap.)
How can over-sensitiveness in a
girl of 12 best be met?
A girl of 12 is passing through a
hase; she is no longer a small child,
and she is not yet a young girl. It
is self-consciousness that makes her
over-sensitive. Notice it as little as
possible. And see the girl gets plenty
of outdoor exercise, good food and
Did Cinderella Have a Glass
- SUpper? .
(Copyright, 1920, by the Wheeler .
Every child knows the story of
the little cinder-girl, the pumpkin
coach, the charming prince and
the glass slipper, but few persons
know that the last named element
of the story is a radical departure
from the original, and is due to
an error in the translation of the
French verdon of the fairy tale.
It is almost sacreligious to dis
turb the details of a story which
has delighted millions of young
sters, but the fact remains that
the Cinderella of the French nar
rative wore Uppers of fur? instead
of glass. In the original the slip
per is described as "pantoufle en
vaic" but the translator, being
more familiar with the sound of
the French language than the
tense of it, read vair (fur) as if
it were verre (glass), and the
glass slipper has remained an in
tegral part of the tale from that
day to this, despite the very ap
parent incongruity of using any
thing as brittle and fragile as
glass for the manufacture of
dancing thoes. But Cinderella's
slippers were the gift of her fairy
godmother and fairiies can un
doubtedly make glass as com
fortable and easy as fur. ,
By JAMES J.
TO A LITTLE BOY AND GIRL
And so you think the robin's child s ; -
Has not a thing to do
But chirp and flutter, free and wild,
The happy hours through,
And bathe himself in crystal brooks
. And fill the air with song,
While you must bend o'er, lesson books
In school, the whole day long!
But you are wrong, myvlittle friends,
For where the branches sway
The school the robin's child attends
x Makes yours seem merely play.
And if he fails to learn to fly
Or firmly clutch a limb,
Old Mr. Pussy Cat comes by
And that's the last of him!
And he must train his beady eye
For almost half a year
With watchfulness to scan the sky, 1 i
. When Old Man Hawk is near.
And oh! the weary weeks of work '
Before he knows the sound '"
That tells where worms afld dinner lurk
Beneath the grassy ground. , ,
And if one lesson's left unlearned
Out yonder in the wood,
Well up his little toes are turned
And school is out for good.
The school the robin's child attends
Is hard and stern and grim,
And not for worlds, my little friends,
Would you exchange with him !
AN EDGE ON BASE BALL
Most wrestlers know less about throwing their adversary than they
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PROVERB FOR CHAUFFEURS
The more fines the less speed.
(Copyright, 1920, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
Man Says Detectives Arrest
Him For a "Stool Pigeon'
Joel Evans, alias "Memphis," and
Fred Stokes, police characters, who
were arrested Saturday in an alleged
resort at 1015 Capitol avenue, were
each given 30 days in jail for va
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"Your honor. I work every day,
and the cops know it," Evans told
Foster. "I am a stool pigeon for
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(Copyright 1920 Thompson Feat
trtnnrh I should
Letters of These Two
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