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"I have come-at great risk from the
far west," he told her, when the
rhapsodies of their Teunion had sub
sided. "My child, there has been a
frightful mistake. That picture it
was of the one man who stood by me
in all my troubles. I was about to
tell you to go to Mnvwhen those pur
"Then Elwyn!" palpitated Leila
"Is here. "Be calm, beappyi my
darling. He has agreed to come with
us to that safer home for me, at a
distance from the cruel city where I
have been so bitterly wronged."
And a few days later the united trio
were speeding toward the setting sun,
a father's devotion, a husband's fer
vent love, bringing joy unutterable to
the tender heart of Leila.
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Would you like to take these three
braids and crochet them into pretty
tidies and "throws"?
Caroline Coe, The Day Book's
household expert, will tell you how
to do it take these three braids and
By Betty Brown
The black velvet hat has arrived
and it's for summer, not for winter
wear. One of the smartest of these
wintery summer hats has a flat, wide
brim stitched with white silk. From
the center of the crown at least a
dozen delicate pink rose buds tumble
in flowery riot around the brim.
An embroidered design of tiny
white porcelain beads is the novel
trimming used on some of the sum
mer suits of ratine or cotton voile.
The beads "run on" on blue threads,
usually at the bottom of the coat and
a crocheting needle and make pretty
adornments for linen and lingerie.
Mrs. Coe's lessons explaining the
latest crocheting stitches will appear
in The Day Book beginning tomorrow.
on the cuffs and collars and make a
cool looking, pretty trimming. And
the best of it is they don't "come out
in the wash."
The little "sport" hat of stitched
white silk is so cute and becoming
that it's no longer the sole property
of the "tennis girL" Everybody wear
ing them and on all occasions.
A good way to wash the bottoms
of pots and pans that have to set over
the fire is to rub soap all over them
before placing them on the fire. They
will then wash clean with very little