W. B. CONKEY, COMPANY.
COPYRIGHT 1897. BY W.B.CONKEY COMPANY
PN KEM 7S .
SOOY CEE PNA ZOXIOS
NCE upon a time, there lived a rich merchant,
who had a great many ships, but one after
another all of them were wrecked, so that he became
quite poor, and had to
= go and live ina little
cottage. His youngest
daughter loved him
dearly ; she tried
all she could
to make him
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all the house work, for they were
too poor to keep a servant; but his .
other two daughters were
proud and unloving, and
they were always grum-
bling and saying un-
kind thin os to
theirY ; youngest sis-
ter One = day the sis-
ters were sitting in the
garden,when an old wom-
an came and
were not going to wait on old beggar women, but
Beauty went at once and fetched a glass of milk.
The old woman was very grateful, and told her that if
her father went to a certain country he would find his ships
and be rich once more. â€˜Then she vanishedâ€”for she was
really a fairyâ€”and Beauty ran with joy to tell her father.
â€˜But, father, dear,â€ she said, â€œdonâ€™t go ; better be poor
and happy than that you should go into danger.â€ â€œStupid
girl,â€™ cried her sisters, â€˜of course father will go; wonâ€™t
you, father?â€ â€œYes,â€ said the merchant; and then he
asked his daughters what they would like him to bring
them for presents. â€˜Oh!â€ said the eldest, â€œI should
like a necklace of diamonds.â€
The second sister wished for a velvet robe covered
â€œNow, my Beauty,â€ said
ie the merchant, â€œwhat shall
she â€œexcept to see
S A - you safe back again ;
be -bat if you real ty ih
a, to bring me a
present, let it be
" @ white rose.â€
found bis ships
and was: once
â€œmore very rich. Le
then tarned: toward home,
having boughtâ€™the Â«presents for his.twe elder daughters,
but he had: not found the white rosÃ© for Beauty. One
night he came to a large forest through which he must
pass, and as the: snow began to fall and cover his path,
he lost his way. The night closed in and it grew so
dark and cold that the peor man gave himself up for
lost. All of a sudden he saw a light at the end of a
long avenue of trees. He went toward the light and
there was a splendid palace, the windows all ablaze with
light but no one at the door or in the great yard. â€˜The
merchant put his horse in the barn and went into the
house, dried himself by the fire, ate a hearty supper that
he found on the table, and went to bed and did not awake
until late the next morning. When he looked from the
window he saw that the snow had disappeared.and that â€”
the palace was in a handsome garden full of beautiful
flowers. As he started to get his horse, he passed a
bush of lovely white roses and stopped to pluck one for
te had he done this than he heard a
se â€œNo: 80
toÂ® ie â€˜Ht be. wags g-ready to faint with i. Â«Who
die!â€ said the Beast. a Hasive
steals ov â€œroses. mu:
I only estes to Sack a rose for my ee Beanty,
who had asked me to bring one home to her.â€â€ The poor
father fell on his knees and begged for forgiveness. But
the Beast said he must certainly die unless his daughter
Beauty were willing to be killed in his stead.
At home; the! sisters were wondering why their father
did not come, and one night Beauty dreamed of all that
had happened to him. She awoke in tears, and found a
beautiful fairy at her bedside. Beauty told the fairy
why she was crying, and said that she longed to die for
her father, and the fairy bade her go to sleep again and
all would be well.
Beauty did so, and in the morning she found herself
in the garden of the Beastâ€™s palace. She wandered
round a long time seeing nobody, and then she went
into the palace. In one of the rooms was a magic
mirror, and in it she
saw her father arriv-
ing at home, so she
was happy knowing
that he was safe.
a the palace, and was greatly
=} surprised to find written upon one of
the doors, â€˜Beautyâ€™s Apartment.â€ Opening the door
hastily, she found herself in a splendidly furnished room
where there was a multitude of books, a beautiful piano
and a great deal of music. Her surprise increased, on
opening one of the books, to find written in gold letters,
â€œYour wishes and commands will be obeyed; you are
the queen over everything!â€ Beauty examined all of
the beautiful things about the reom, and then wandered
on through the palace. |
At noon she found lunch ready for her, and all the
while beautiful music was played; but although she
heard, she saw no one. In the afternoon she met the
Beast in the grand parior; he was not at all fierce and
cruel, but very kind to Beauty. At night the Beast
eame and asked leave to dine with her, which, of course,
she could not refuse. He told her about the beautiful
flowers in the garden, the pictures in the â€˜gallery, the
interest. Presently he inquired whether she did not
think him very ugly. â€œ Yes,â€ said Beauty, â€˜for I can-
not tell a lie, but I think you very good.â€ Then the
dinner went on pleasantly enough, and Beauty was think-
ing that in time she would like the Beast very well, when
he suddenly asked her, â€œ Beauty, will you be my wife?â€
â€˜â€˜Oh, no, dear Beast, please,â€ said Beauty, â€˜I couldnâ€™t.â€
The Beast looked very sad, but he was just as kind to
her as ever, and one day she told him she did so want to
see her father again, so the Beast gave her a ring and
said, â€˜Put this under your pillow to-night, and when
you wake up you will be at home, but be sure you come
back in ten days; if you donâ€™t, I shall die.â€ Beauty was
very, very happy-next morning when she found herself
at home. Her father was very much delighted to see
her, but her sisters turned quite green with envy when
they heard: that ,she lived
days went by soâ€˜happily
and when she asked her sisters one day how long she
had been home, they told her eight days, when it was
really ten; they told her so not because they loved her
and wished to keep her at home, but because they were
jealous of what they called her good fortune. That
night Beauty had a terrible dream, she dreamed that
the Beast was ae directly she woke up, ob, so sad,
ring under her pillow, and in the
at the palace. She ran through all
the rooms, but nowhe e could she find her dear Beast.
she saw him lying, almost dead.
g and got some water, which
en the Beast r evived a lit-
arey merâ€ he said. â€˜Yes,
eauty, for she was so sorry
gre eat rumbling, and there
been, stood a handsome young
go he lived
him aa as he had had every wish Blined he was
3 wv SD 3
discontented, and that one day, while playing in the
garden, he had wished that he was an animal in place of
being a prince, so that he would not have to mind any
one, or dress up, or do anything that he did not want
to. Scarcely had he made the wish before a fairy stood
before him and asked him what kind of an animal he
would like to be. The Prince said that he would like to
be a pet bear, and immediately she waved her wand
over him and he was turned into a bear, and the fairy
told him that he should be a Beast until some maiden
had promised to marry him.
As he grew larger he became a nuisance around the
palace grounds, and that his father, the King, had sent
him to this place, where Beauty had found him, for safe
keeping, He was very unhappy and wished many, many
times that he could be once more a Prince, and that
he would certainly never wish for anything else.
So the Prince and Beauty were married, and Beauty
wore a lovely white satin gown, trimmed with jewels
and lace, but she would have no flowers except the
white roses which grew in the Princeâ€™s garden, â€œ for,â€
said she, â€˜â€˜it is a white rose that has brought me this
happiness.â€ And then the Prince took her to a palace
far, far grander than the one he had lived in when he
was a Beast. â€˜â€˜ This,â€ said he, â€˜â€˜is the palace I lived in
before the fairy changed me into a Beast, and it is here
that we will live and be happy.â€
Every one was delighted at the Princeâ€™s return, and
a grand ball was given in honor of his bride. Beauty
and the Prince were extremely happy. The next day,
as Beauty was strolling in the garden, she said to her-
self: â€œOh, I wish I could see my father.â€ Out stepped
the fairy from among the flowers and said: â€œYour
father is now in the palace.â€
Beauty started to see her father, but before she had
got far she remembered her two sisters, and turning to
the fairy she said: â€˜Fairy, dear, where are my two
sisters?â€ â€˜The fairy replied that for their jealous and
unkind dispositicn she had turned them into stone to be
placed on pedestals at the palace gate. Beauty was
very sorry to hear this about her sisters, but the fairy
assured her that they would be happy at some future
time, and told her to go at once, as her father was wait-
ing for her. As Beauty reached the palace steps she
saw her father standing in the
door. She kissed him and told
him how glad she was to
see him, and that from that
time he was to live with
herself and the Prince
at the palace.
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