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mussed up and left as much food
as the ate."
"Children," High Hat, "plenty
of food is good, but too much is
bad.. It costs just as m,uch time
and trouble to prepare food wast
ed as food eaten. Good food in the
garbage can means good money
out of pocket."
Both Francis and Frances paid
as little attention as possible, for
they were very sure that High
Hat was trying to give them a
pony and cart.
You hardly, believe that chil
dren could be so foolish, do you,
and you think there must be some
mistake. But suppose Francis
wasted five cents worth of light a
day, and five cents worth of food
a meal and five cents worth of
useless wear and tear oi clothes,
furniture, or school books and
that Frances wasted just as much,
don't you see that in ten years
that would buy an automobile?
And if Frances refused to be neat
and grew up into a rowddy,
whom no man wanted to marry
and no woman wanted for a
friend, don't you see that she
would lose ever so much more
than an electric car?
Yet I have no doubt that you,
like Francis and Frances, very
often complain to your folks
(though you may not know that
you are doing so) "Oh, please
don't force a lovely pony and cart
"Nobody wants ponies any
more," said Williebill, "but I'
wouldn't mind a fast automobile."
"It depends upon what -you
call ponies and' where you use
them' saidrthe Storyman. Have
I ever told youabput Andy? It's
a true story, "'Truepenny. We
"Miles' and Mles -From' Miles."
I'll tell yxm abpittJit .tomorrow.
ARMY SWEATERS WILL
Washington Nov. 25. Coats
will no longer be a part of the un
iform of United States troops in
the field. The war department
has decided 'that a.' light sweater
will be more practical and just as
Old English custom was to put
the "soaks" "in stocks. Now,
they soak the stocks and then put
the stocks 'in soak.Mo"ther, bring
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