The Miggles' family were in the throes of servant troubles, and, though every effort was made to secure efficient help, each new maid turned out worse than the one before. Mr. Miggles took a hand in visiting the employment agencies, and brought home a collection for his wife to choose from. All were discarded. It just so happened that Miss Janet Brewster, president of the Society for Improving the Condition of Domestic Servants, had decided to enter service in order to get first-hand knowledge of the problem, and when Miggles returned to the employment agency for a fresh batch, he caught sight of her, dressed in a picturesque Swedish costume, and hired her on the spot. "Lena's" advent in the Miggles family caused quite a sensation and Jack was particularly impressed, and as the days went on, his attitude toward the new maid began to be remarked upon by the rest of the family. In the meanwhile. Count d'Estang, hopelessly smitten with the wealthy Miss Brewster, sought the aid of a ...
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