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THE NINE LIVES OF KITTY KAT
Verses and Drawings by Frederick White.
' 1 How He Loses One Life, But Has Eight More Left.
Just then he tumbled in the well
But cried: "L hoot at fate!
If I am really drowned right now
And lose a life, why anyhow
I have the other eight !"
Sat on a High Stone Wall.
Just then he tumbled in the welL
A merry little cat one day
Sat on a high stone wall
Said he: 'It's fine to be a cat
And never wear a coat or hat
Or anything at all "
. - 2.
"When I get up I wash my face
And sometimes biush my hair,
But' that is all I ever do
I NEVER have to fuss like you
I have no clothes to wear."
"And then," he said, "another
You know I have NINE lives,
I smile at danger every day,
And if, perchance, it comes my
I laugh when it arrives."
(Read all about Kitty Kat's next
mishap in the Day Book tomorrow.)
Many people read a book just
as if t,hey had written it them
selves, which is unfair. One
should always read a book as it is
In American factories a great
problem is the waste of heat. That
isn't true, however, of American