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John and Edith Harrold have two children, Raymond and Albert. Raymond is a manly little fellow aged nine, while Albert is a spoiled child of eight. When the story opens the boys are getting ready for school. Albert wishes to remain home to try a new pair of skates, which he is allowed to do, while Raymond goes manfully off to school. Next day in the schoolroom, Albert throws a spit-hall at the teacher. Raymond rises to his feet in an effort to prevent it and is blamed for the act. He makes no denial and is punished. The teacher also sends a note home to his parents, and he is sent supperless to bed. In the meantime, the father buys a pony, which Albert, as usual, monopolizes. Raymond loves the pony dearly, and when Albert strikes it in anger, the boys quarrel, and as usual, Raymond shoulders the blame. The father decides that Albert shall have the pony to himself for a week. Raymond, heart-broken, steals to the stable after dark to caress the pony. The coachman sympathizes with him ...

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