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Beavers the had to travel to the lodge of across the Big Sea Water and far up the He trapped a fat beaver, slung it river. over his shoulder and started for home One day just as the full moon showed through the tree-tops. While crossing the lake, when he was of his own wigwam, a great before him, shutting out all passed shadow After it had gone he looked about light. him for the cause. The night was clear and the moon so bright that the hunter's star could be seen but faintly, but objects about him were as plain as in the day.

When the old woman. Brown Bear's mother, saw them at the door of the wigwam, she leaped up and flew out of the lodge and was never seen again. ^ ti L*)A. ^ THE COYOTE OR PRAIRIE WOLF. # THE COYOTE OR PRAIRIE WOLF. N the beginning, when the Cahrocs lived on the shores of the Klamath River, beyond the desert of the sage-brush and far from the Rocky- mountains, on towards the falling place of the Their sun, they had many good gifts. forests were noble and their deer were stately and fat. The bear was fierce, but his flesh was sweet and life-giving, and the Cahrocs grew strong by feeding upon But they longed for the gift of fire.

The bird neared its home it croaked and •— ; muttered, and the sound was echoed and re-echoed till the noise was deafening. Worse than this, the creature tried to dash him against the rock, driving him towards it with its wings and when these struck him his flesh stung and smarted as ; touched by coals of fire. By violently wrenching himself and balancing his spear, he managed to escape uninjured. At length with one powerful blow the bird drove him into its nest. It then flew away. Mad Buffalo was stunned, but only for a moment.

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