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    Bicycling Woman: I am very sorry, sir, that you have been the victim of an accident, but what else can you expect when, at this period of ...

    Article : 56 words
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    Advertising : 50 words

    Vegetable Soup.—Soak for an hour a little barley and then put it into a saucepan with a pint of water and a small piece each of carrot, turnip, ...

    Article : 463 words

    There is hope and comfort for the bald-headed man. His baldness is not a disfigurement but a positive charm —to a pretty woman’s eyes. ...

    Article : 292 words
  6. A Soft Impeachment.

    “It is not always necessary to make a direct accusation,” said the lawyer who was asking damages because insinuations had been made against his ...

    Article : 58 words
  7. She’d Heard the Story Before.

    “What do you ask for this plaque?” inquired an old gentleman of the pretty girl in charge of a church bazaar. ...

    Article : 53 words

    There was a crush at Mrs. Ever shed’s beautiful house in Mark-place, Mayfair, and she now stood at the head of the staircase receiving her ...

    Article : 6,126 words
  9. As a Change.

    “What I want,” said the theatrical manager, “is a genuine novelty.” “Something realistic?” asked the playwright. ...

    Article : 66 words
  10. The Matter With Pa.

    Man of Family: Where’s your mother, and why isn’t dinner ready? Daughter: Mamma has been upstairs all day again with an awful ...

    Article : 83 words

    Mrs. Mary Ann Cooper, who says she is the original of the character of Little Dorrit in Charles Dickens’ novel, is still living in the village of ...

    Article : 225 words
  12. Painfully Slow.

    He was a very quiet boy, of a studious turn of mind, and that was probably why his fond parents apprenticed him to a naturalist. In his ...

    Article : 72 words

    With the granting of the contract for the dams on the Euphran to an Englishman, the great Turkish schemes are nearing actuality. The ...

    Article : 199 words
  14. A Job’s Comforter.

    “Bill,” said the invalid’s friend, “I’ve come to cheer you up a bit, like, I’ve brought yer a few [?]ahrs, Bill. I t’ought if I was too late they’s come ...

    Article : 95 words
  15. Making the Best of It.

    It is told of a servant maid, who obtained leave to attend a funeral and returned very late, that, when questioned by her mistress as to the cause, ...

    Article : 86 words
  16. Rough on the Student.

    It was his first preaching appointment as a ministerial student, and he held his head high as he proceeded on his way to the chapel. He was ...

    Article : 427 words

    If it wore not for the countless [?] of dust panicles that [?] invisible, in the atmosphere there could be no i a in-drops, snow ...

    Article : 196 words
  18. Promising for the Latest.

    One afternoon a stranger, observing a stream of people entering a church, approached a man of gloomy aspect, who was standing near the ...

    Article : 108 words
  19. The Cause of His Trouble.

    An Irish peasant who had seven daughters wearing out clothes and shoe leather went to the house of an old friend, and asked his advice ...

    Article : 131 words
  20. Didn’t Know Him Well.

    “I met a queer old woman character on the train between here and Ruffale one morning” remarked Police [?] ...

    Article : 385 words
  21. Sounded Better.

    Once in a great while Mr. Blykins develops an impression that he is wiser than his wife. This state of mind is only occasional owing to the ...

    Article : 133 words
  22. The Laborers Thanks.

    A tramcar was going down a busy street one day, and was already comfortably full, when it was hailed by a laboring man much the worse for ...

    Article : 177 words
  23. A Palatable Dish.

    “I—I’m very sorry to say there’s been a slight mistake, Mrs. Grumble,” said a grocer’s assistant who had called on one of his customers at an ...

    Article : 188 words



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