A Quaint Question.
Jane Addams, of Hull House, said at a mothers' meeting:
"How quaint the minds of children are! One New Year's day I gave a little girl a present of a diary.
"'This is a diary,' I explained to her. 'Every day you must write in it a record of your life, a record of how you live.'
"The little girl turned the blank pages of the book and asked:
"'But why isn't it called a livery instead of a diary, ma'am?'"