|Paper||University of Deseret Deaf Mute Department Student Newspaper|
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|Paper||University of Deseret Deaf Mute Department Student Newspaper|
37 THE DESERET EAGLE For Y MV PET .People GROUND BENJAMIN FRANKLIN'S TOAST. QClKUEL "OHO!" you say. "That is a queer Here is a Benjamin Franklin story BE STUUGHT. pet." But truly not an ugly on). See which will be interesting as showing he is a brownish grey color, striped how happily his real sense of humor There is every reason for maintaining cn the back and sides with and his intense patriotism were blen an erect position in standing or walk- lengthwise aud he is ded: Benjamin Franklin was dining black and yellowish white, ing, and of being straight even in a white underneath his He is not with a small party of distingushed body. be no can reason sitting position, but much la than a mouse, gentlemen, when one of them said: one should forward any why brought land in form looks much like other "Here are three nationalities repres be crooked, except that of natural or) Ground squirrels burrow ented; I am French, and my friend squirrels. a accidental deformity. It should be i home three there is English, and Mr. Franklin matter of person il pride wita every in the earth, making their is an Ameiican. Let us each gr full-grow- n or four feet under grouud, Toe far mers consider them great pests, as straight one accep s t&at great, privil ge j a great deal of grain which Gjd has given humanity only, they destroy They nc t only eat what they want, but nimely, the power to stai.d erec ; man store it for future ue. bel .g furnished with a spine which, Boys catch the by filling their bur- as column serves a properly treated, aiviinminir them rnwH wirh ronttr nnri , MV to sum or t the bodyf id an uprigDt They are soon amed. In one or posicio i, all t le b j h, J i it aud vvn tiavs vim Lnem udI nnv itiavJ nick K j J muscles beiLg arranged to nuke it where or watch them eat, taking their possible to mai.itain this erect posture food in their cunning little paws while without fatigue. sit upright , like any other squirrel. A second reason why every one boy, they 1 taught mine to go to sleep in my or girl, manor womau soould try by coat pocket, and one day when I had force of the will to be straight, is that left my coat on a chair be ran into the grace of figure and movement is sleeve instead of the pocket; then impossible with a crooked, stooping somebody sat upon him, and 30 that body, whicb not only g ves an appear- was the last of him. But 1 know a ance of ucgainlinesfc aud awkwardness, who had no children to sit on hers, but of positive stupidity and slowness lady who kept one longer than I did mine. of temperament, if not of extreme Hers learned to curl up on her shoulder, dullness and laziness amounting to close to her neck, to go to sleep. One sloth. It is but possible, indeed it uisbt she gave a grand party. A t ill requently happens, toat wiiere there young gentleman stylishly dressed, is natural deformity of the spine, the with a wide standing collar on, etc." intellect is exceptionally bright and stood near the chandelier, when all quick, but it is very difficult,, a a a!; once he began to y jump about general thing, to associate a keeu inaud to tell his host that telligence with deformity brougat on there must be a lizard down by careless and sloth. bis back. He was speedily sho.vn a A third and most important reason private room where hastily undressing, why people should endeavor to be out jumped the Ground Squirrel The straight is for health's sake; because a Home Magazine. body bent lor ward by the the shoulders and mid spin?, causes c. mpression ol the vital organs, the true place to bend STOHY OF A MONK ZY. tae body buing the hip. Many persons I like to believe all the good stories do not kuow this, and consequently, The Loudon instead of keeping the head erect and I hear about animals. tells one of a monkey in the shoulders well back aud bending Spectator India that, if it i not tru-- ought to forward, when necessary, from the I think. The mau wno tells it says hips, they roun.l their shoulders, crook be, out of nis window and their spines and crane their heads and he was looking his cook preparing a fowl for necks forward in a most ungainly saw The Monkey was shamming manner, continuing this babit until by boiling.on the grouud near by. A crow, force of babit the position becomes death comiog by, the monkey promptly k l ed na ual. Democratic Journal. it. Tbe cook, bavin iijislud prepa'iui: the fowl, puts it in tbe pot 'I he Tae knowledge of what is lost by monkey gets u:, takes out this cookV the 11 'gleet of our wagouways is fowl aud puts his own cro-- in after daily exiendirp, and wi h its spread having plucked him as he had teen ihe is certain to come a more and more cook pluck the other fowl ju t before I am Miry to pressing demaud for action that shall Do you believe t;i.-remove what is not merely a hindrance say I do. I like animla to much that to progress, but a blot upon our natio-na- l 1 like to believe till trie clever stories character. Harper's Weekly, about tbtm. Excuarge. propose toast," It was agreed to, and the Englishman's turn came lirst. He arose, and in the tone of a Briton said: "Here's to Great Britain, the sun that gives light to a l the nations of the earth." Tae Frenchman was rather taken back at tins, but he proposed : "Here's to Frauce, the moon whose magical rays move the tides of tie world." Frankliu then arose, with an air of quaint modesty, said: "Here's to George Washington, the Joshua of America, who commanded the sun and moon to stand still and they stood still." Young Men's Era. I a S S a . J A ? TV M VIA V m m m. mm mm M mm mm mmm 1 : 1 " PAItUUSB NEAK TiIE POLE. Would it surprise vou to hear that the L jfoden Islands, off Norway, are on their south side a terrestrial paradise? The gulf stream warms them all tbe year round, and tbe consumptives of the world enrich them by taking oil oil. The cod-livtheir cod-livboss is Peter Mul er, who unploys 70.0J0 people iu llsheri.s, factories, oottling, picking aud so on. Tiere are pastoral Eder-- on the ledges of the A er fran-tical- hi-thoug-ht , ? er s never saw more grace in combination with the sort of grtggy seventy that one meets wth on the west coast of S;otlaud, with this difference, however, thattae Hebrides are as though painted in India ink, whereas the coloring is summer in tbe Lofoden scenery is undescribably splendid. I shall not easily forgethow all new to it were lifted out of themselves by the sail through K ift Sund . L jfodf n mountains. ! I There ca be no doubt that the sub-ie- ct of road improvement is one of paramount importance to the people of this country. No improvement would so great y aid tbe American faimer as that which would give him as good roais as may be found iu tbe poorest districts, ay, of Iiel&nd ai.d Paly. Hon. S'iiui H. Teabody, Chief of the I)ep L beral Arts, in M morial to con-geon K ad Exhibit at World's Columbian Exp sition . ss Iii!M:is TjiIhiIcs : siamkml ii'inwly.