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  2. THE STORYTELLER.

    The woman, whom Burchard felt no doubt in identifying as the head of the Pantheistic Church, stared at him more closely, and, as he thought, with some ...

    Article : 2,889 words
  3. COURIER HOME CIRCLE.

    God sends great angels in our sore dismay, But little ones go in and out all day. In our dealings with children most of us have no doubt known many occasions ...

    Article : 1,016 words
  4. HOME HINTS.

    If you have any boiled starch left over on washing day, do not throw it away if you have any oilcloth or linoleum to be cleaned. Mix it in with the water you ...

    Article : 565 words
  5. "THE GLEANER."

    Professor W. H. Hobbs, the geologist of the University of Michigan, has sent from Manila a remarkable story of a sort of Robinson Crusoe he discovered ...

    Article : 1,345 words
  6. FOR THE CHILDREN.

    Thomas the tab, with whiskers long, Went hunting mice when the wind blew strong; He sat him down on the cold stone floor, ...

    Article : 142 words
  7. AN IMPOSSIBLE JUMP.

    When next one of your friends is boasting how far he can jump, suggest that you can place an apple in such a position that he cannot jump over it. He will doubt ...

    Article : 64 words
  8. O NOTO SAN.

    O Noto San was a little Japanese girl, who hundreds of years ago lived in her native country, which is called "The Land of the Rising Sun." She dwelt in ...

    Article : 412 words
  9. A NEW "BLIND MAN'S BUFF."

    This game is great fun, and can be played either out of door or indoors on a wet day. Blindfold one of the players, just as ...

    Article : 138 words
  10. "DIXIE."

    Dixie had been a Christmas-gift to Doris, from her mother and father. Dixie was a very pretty fox terrier. Doris had always longed for a dog, and now she had ...

    Article : 395 words
  11. A STORY WITHOUT WORDS.

    THE LAZY BOY WHO CHANGED INTO A SNAIL. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 26 words
  12. FOR THE WOMEN.

    Brides, babies, and older women adore trains. The matron looks upon it as a mark of elegance and dignity; the bride loves it because she knows that it is both ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 561 words
  13. IN THE KITCHEN.

    Tomatoes, and Eggs.—Lightly butter a pie dish, skin some tomatoes, and cut into two. Cover the pie dish with these cut side up. Cover the tomatoes with ...

    Article : 746 words
  14. "THE PERSIAN KITTEN."

    Bunny and Jack had been in a state of excitement all day. Mother, who was in the country, had promised them a lovely hamper full of cake and goodies. ...

    Article : 304 words
  15. OUGHT SCHOOL TEACHERS TO BE BEAUTIFUL?

    Is personal beauty an essential in a school teacher? Apparently Mr. Hugh Robertson, a member of the Glasgow Educational ...

    Article : 104 words
  16. DAINTY LINGERIE NOTIONS.

    You can spend a small fortune on undies these days, and never have they been more delightful. Dainty trifles of crepe A nightie of shell pink crepe, with ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 458 words
  17. OUR NEIGHBOURS.

    Think of yourself, not in a selfish way, but think of yourself when if will not interfere with the comfort and well-being of others. Study no one's opinion but ...

    Article : 352 words
  18. BRIDE OF 83 WITH 19 CHILDREN.

    A bride of 83 alighted briskly from a beribboned wedding coach at the Grimsby Register Office, recently, and, amid the cheers of the onlookers, assisted the ...

    Article : 190 words
  19. DOYLEY WITH CLUNY LACE.

    Materials.—One ball hard twist crochet cotton No. 40; No. 10 hook. 1st row, ch 21, It (thread over 4 times) in 1st st of ch, ch 6, another it in same ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 538 words
  20. A NOVEL CLEANING HINT.

    Glue seems to be rather a strange material for cleaning clothes, but it has been found to be excellent for woollen goods, especially coloured things, as it ...

    Article : 149 words
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