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"It is in the attic now," explained
Leila. "There were some papers in
it. They bore no address, so I placed
them carefully away, thinking that
maybe some day they might be
"I claim them now," said Wallace
in a tone of deep gratitude and satis
faction. "They mean to my poor,
misguided brother and myself a new,
grand start in life, after many bad
They restored the papers and made
him stay to dinner. He would never
forget that peaceful, enjoyable after
noon. He bade them farewell with a
full heart. '
Three weeks later Wallace Brierly
called unexpectedly at the Esmond
home. He had learned of a mort
gage on the place, of the worthiness
of the owner of the Paisley shawl. He
brought to her a present in ready
cash that would free her home from
And then he found it hard to get
away. Leila was the loadstone that
lured him to delay, and then to a
confession of love.
It was a quiet ceremony, their
wedding, and as the happy pair start
ed off on their honeymoon Wallace
Brierly insisted that his bride wear
the Paisley shawl. ,
Here is a picture flf Freya, the god
dess of love of the old-time Scandi
navians the same job that Venus
had on Olympus.
It was for her that Friday was
She was the wife of Woden the
boss god and mother of Thor the
Also, she was some looker! Say'
When she got all dolled up in her
glad rags it took all the gods in Val
halla to hold the crowd back. But
she was a nice little thing for all that
and just doted on music, and spring
and flowers She had a chariot
drawn by cats which didn't have
the speed of a flivver car. Probably
mifk was cheaper than gasoline in
Tomorrow we will tell you all
about how Saturday was named.
OYSTERS IN CHAFING DISH
Put into chafing dish two table
spoons of butter and heat slowly.
Take pint of solid oysters and drop
them into warm butter; add one gill
of rich cream, saltspoon of salt and
dash of cayenne and stir until oy
sters begin to curl Serve at once on
slices of buttered toast.
Now that the hobble skirt has been
abolished, women don't have to wait
for the low-step street cars.