Mirrors—True or False?

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Marjorie and Louise were the best of friends and had happy times together. One Saturday in June they were taken to the big amusement park by the blue lake and given ten cents each by Louise's mother to be spent any way they liked. Arm in arm they explored the park, the money clutched tightly in their hands.

Standing by itself, looking mysterious yet inviting, was a long building called "The Hall of Mirrors." A big sign in front read, "Children, 10 cents." "Let's go in there," they both said without hesitation. What would they see in this Hall of Mirrors?

Now Louise and Marjorie were little girls of just average size. What was their surprise, then, on entering the hall, to find themselves facing a looking glass that showed two very tall, thin figures coming into the building, both clad in coats and hats the color of theirs. These poor, skinny creatures they saw in the glass had sunken cheeks and strange, staring eyes.

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