thousand dollar rose-embowered cot
tage nearer town filling his vision.
Then he signed a contract to ac
cept five thousand dollars for the
strip of ground, the "house and lot"
shrewd, calculating Basil-Drake had
"put over upon fiim!!
Drake looked chagrined and mad
when he learned of the transaction.
One glorious evening, that of their
plain, simple wedding day, Hugh
Evans led his bride to the little cot
tage of which he was the proud
"Oh, Hugh!" she breathed ecstat
ically, as he led her up the path to the
rose-glorified home, "this is not
"Ours, my dear, yours and mine,"
She put her loving arms about his
neck. The blue heavens seemed to
smile down upon them. Then true
children of the heart, they passed the
humble portal of what was to them
the most beautiful palace in all the
wide, wide world.
(Copyright, 1915, by W. G. Chapman)
'SHOE TIE" CAKE-WALK STEP MOST GRACE
FUL OF REVIVED DANCES
L J i r- J,
A Graceful Step is the "Shoe-Tie" Cake-Walk Step.
Most graceful of the revived cake
walk dances is the "Shoe-tie" step.
The dance opens with the man
kneeling on one knee, the lady stand
ing before him places her left foot
lightly on his knee; he bends forward
as if to tie her shoe; they hold the
pose for just a moment and then
cake-walk off and bow at the end of
What has become of the old-fashioned
movie theater with the fal?i
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