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  2. ECHOES OF THE WAR.

    A brilliant article by Mr. Frederick Palmer, who was chosen by the American Press Association to represent all the American newspapers in a tour of the ...

    Article : 1,639 words
  3. MOTOR BUS TRAFFIC.

    While it may roc admitted that motor muses Seriously damage the roads, it is altogether unreasonable for the municipalities to drive them off the streets by coercive ...

    Article : 1,509 words
  4. STORIES OF THE AIR.

    Strange things happen in the air to the men engaged in aviation work at the front. Because it is only recently that the air has been conquered, the wonderful things ...

    Article : 1,795 words
  5. HEROES AT HOME.

    A pretty tiling to contemplate these days if, writes Emma M Wise, in the "Daily Mail," the pluck of soldiers' children. In their own way macy of them are quite as ...

    Article : 1,286 words
  6. THE "TAIL" OF A FISH.

    Joey Bagstock stood at the bottom [?] Elizabeth-street ad congratulated himself [?] that the was tough—and devilish sly. He had just escaped from the boys, and her[?] ...

    Article : 1,298 words
  7. GERMANS LESS CONFIDENT OF VICTORY.

    General von Blume writes in tin- "Nordueutsche Allgemeino Zeitung": — "The German nation finds itself confronted with problems which heretofore have been ...

    Article : 225 words
  8. GERMAN RULE IN BELGIUM.

    The Paris correspondent of the "Morning i Post" writes:— "While I am obviously not in a position to confirm all the countless atrocities ...

    Article : 745 words
  9. THE CHILDREN OF FRANCE.

    Mr. Philip Gibbs, in the "Daily Chronicle." writes:— What do they think about the war, those little ones of France whose fathers ...

    Article : 1,343 words
  10. A CHANT OF LOVE.

    The following lines, which are a rejoinder to the Gorman Hymn of Hate, have been written by an American woman, Helen Gray Cone. They were published in ...

    Article : 241 words
  11. "TOO LATE, NEUTRALS."

    In a powerful article printed throughout the United States, Mr. Richard Harding Davis, who lias been to Belgium and seen the havoc there, declares that the neutral ...

    Article : 527 words
  12. THE ECONOMICAL FRENCHWOMAN.

    The virtue of economy, writes the Paris correspondent of the "Times," for which the Frenchwoman is so renowned, has borne good fruit since the war, for ...

    Article : 873 words
  13. "RECKLESS IRISH."

    Tne story of a fight in which Irish and Scottish combined against the enemy with deadly effect has been graphically told by Private Robert M'Gregor, of the Gordon ...

    Article : 547 words
  14. THE GERMAN BILL ADAMS.

    Even the "Hamburger Nachrichten" has not quite readied these heights, though its powers of invention and invective are still in full vigor, as the subjoined extract ...

    Article : 282 words
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  16. A GERMAN ASSASSINATION PLOT.

    How King Albert escaped a characteristically despicable plot against his life set in train by the Germans is told in a recent number of the "Depeche de ...

    Article : 262 words
  17. SERVIA'S SPLENDID WAR RECORD.

    What Belgium has done and an suffered is known to all the world, writes W. A. Stead in the "Daily Express." What Servia has suffered and accomplished is much less ...

    Article : 626 words
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