n't I'll tell my mother on you."
"Oh, Arch!" exclaimed Sam.
"Oh, all right. I'll get you another," said Pete quickly. "You can come over to my house now, and I'll give you anything I have in place of your Calico Clown. I didn't think his leg would break so easily."
The three boys, with Archibald carrying the poor, broken-legged Clown, hurried out of the yard. As they were going to Pete's house they met a boy named Sidney, who was a brother of Herbert and Madeline. Madeline owned the Candy Rabbit, and Herbert had a Monkey on a Stick--both of them toys that had once lived in the same store with the Calico Clown.
"What have you?" asked Sidney of Archibald.
"A Calico Clown," was the answer. "He was new a little while ago, but Pete put him on a trapeze and made him do the giant's swing and now he's done for--he's got a broken leg."
"What are you going to do with him?" asked Sidney.
"He's going to make me give him one of my toys in place of the Clown," answered Pete. "Of course it was my fault