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The Friendly Skeleton
A little boy living in the woods with his old uncle was warned by him not to go eastward, but to play close to the lodge or walk toward the west.
The child felt a natural curiosity to know what lay in the forbidden direction, and one day took advantage of his uncle's absence on a hunting expedition to wander away to the east. At length he came to a large lake, on the shores of which he stopped to rest.
Here he was accosted by a man, who asked him his name and where he lived.
"Come," said the stranger, when he had finished questioning the boy, "let us see who can shoot an arrow the highest."
This they did, and the boy's arrow went much higher than that of his companion.
The stranger then suggested a swimming match.
"Let us see," he said, "who can swim farthest under water without taking a breath."
Again the boy beat his rival, who next proposed that they should sail out to an island in the middle of the lake, to see the beautiful birds that were to be found there.
The child consented readily, and they embarked in a curious canoe, which was propelled by three swans harnessed to either side of it.
Directly they had taken their seats the man began to sing, and the canoe moved off.
In a very short time they had reached the island.
Here the little Indian realized that his confidence in his new-found friend was misplaced.
The stranger took all his clothes from him, put them in the canoe, and jumped in himself, saying:"Come, swans, let us go home."
The obedient swans set off at a good pace, and soon left the island far behind.
The boy was very angry at having been so badly used, but when it grew dark his resentment changed to fear, and he sat down and cried with cold and misery.
Suddenly he heard a husky voice close at hand, and, looking round, he saw a skeleton on the ground.
"I am very sorry for you," said the skeleton in hoarse tones.
"I will do what I can to help you.
But first you must do something for me.
Go and dig by that tree, and you shall find a tobacco-pouch with some tobacco in it, a pipe, and a flint."
The boy did as he was asked, and when he had filled the pipe he lit it and placed it in the mouth of the skeleton.
He saw that the latter's body was full of mice, and that the smoke frightened them away.
"He lit a pipe and placed it in the mouth of the skeleton"
"There is a man coming to-night with three dogs," said the skeleton.
"He is coming to look for you.
You must make tracks all over the island, so that they may not find you, and then hide in a hollow tree."
Again the boy obeyed his gaunt instructor, and when he was safely hidden he saw a man come ashore with three dogs.
All night they hunted him, but he had made so many tracks that the dogs were confused, and at last the man departed in anger.
Next day the trembling boy emerged and went to the skeleton.
"To-night," said the latter, "the man who brought you here is coming to drink your blood. You must dig a hole in the sand and hide.
When he comes out of the canoe you must enter it. Say, 'Come, swans, let us go home,' and if the man calls you do not look back."
Everything fell out as the skeleton had foretold.
The boy hid in the sand, and directly he saw his tormentor step ashore he jumped into the canoe, saying hastily, "Come, swans, let us go home."
Then he began to sing as he had heard the man do when they first embarked.
In vain the man called him back; he refused to look round.
The swans carried the canoe to a cave in a high rock, where the boy found his clothes, as well as a fire and food.
When he had donned his garments and satisfied his hunger he lay down and slept.
In the morning he returned to the island, where he found the tyrant quite dead.
The skeleton now commanded him to sail eastward to seek for his sister, whom a fierce man had carried away.
He set out eagerly on his new quest, and a three days' journey brought him to the place where his sister was.
He lost no time in finding her.
"Come, my sister," said he, "let us flee away together."
"Alas! I cannot," answered the young woman.
"A wicked man keeps me here.
It is time for him to return home, and he would be sure to catch us.
But let me hide you now, and in the morning we shall go away."
So she dug a pit and hid her brother, though not a moment too soon, for the footsteps of her husband were heard approaching the hut.
The woman had cooked a child, and this she placed before the man.
"You have had visitors," he said, seeing his dogs snuffing around uneasily.
"No," was the reply, "I have seen no one but you."
"I shall wait till to-morrow," said the man to himself.
"Then I shall kill and eat him."
He had already guessed that his wife had not spoken the truth.
However, he said nothing more, but waited till morning, when, instead of going to a distant swamp to seek for food, as he pretended to do, he concealed himself at a short distance from the hut, and at length saw the brother and sister making for a canoe.
They were hardly seated when they saw him running toward them. In his hand he bore a large hook, with which he caught the frail vessel; but the lad broke the hook with a stone, and the canoe darted out on to the lake.
The man was at a loss for a moment, and could only shout incoherent threats after the pair.
Then an idea occurred to him, and, lying down on the shore, he began to drink the water.
This caused the canoe to rush back again, but once more the boy was equal to the occasion.
Seizing the large stone with which he had broken the hook, he threw it at the man and slew him, the water at the same time rushing back into the lake.
Thus the brother and sister escaped, and in three days they had arrived at the island, where they heartily thanked their benefactor, the skeleton.
He, however, had still another task for the young Indian to perform.
"Take your sister home to your uncle's lodge," said he; "then return here yourself, and say to the many bones which you will find on the island, 'Arise,' and they shall come to life again."
When the brother and sister reached their home they found that their old uncle had been grievously lamenting the loss of his nephew, and he was quite overjoyed at seeing them.
On his recommendation they built a large lodge to accommodate the people they were to bring back with them.
When it was completed, the youth revisited the island, bade the bones arise, and was delighted to see them obey his bidding and become men and women.
He led them to the lodge he had built, where they all dwelt happily for a long time.
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