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  2. A WOMAN’S PRICE.

    “It’s quite useless to resurrect that question.” interrupted Spencer Thurlow dogmatically. “We are not likely to agree, as you know a[?]eady. I have other ...

    Article : 2,716 words
  3. A TERRIBLE PREDICAMENT.

    People often wonder what it would be like to get their foot so tightly fixed between the rails as to be unable to release it even in face of an approaching train. ...

    Article : 613 words
  4. MOTHER TALKS.

    Your boys and girls have been working hard at the high school, and now is the time you can do much to help them, Keep the atmosphere of home more than ever ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 902 words
  5. AUSTRALIA'S REAL PERIL.

    THE ENEMY AT THE DOOR. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 9 words
  6. DREAMS AND THEIR PORTENTS.

    Two stories of curious dreams which he thinks should interest the Psychical Research Society are related by the London correspondent of The Manchester ...

    Article : 533 words
  7. HOW AUSTRALIA GAINED A “PROVINCE.”

    The late Mr. Alexander Forrest died and was appreciated mere at home than abroad —more in Western Australia than throughout out Australia generally. This was due to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 621 words
  8. A GIGANTIC SHIP.

    The “Atlantic Souvenir,” issued, by the Cunard Company, contains an interesting description of the latest addition to the Cunard fleet—the Caronia. This gigantic ...

    Article : 357 words
  9. A SIGNATURE ON A TOMBSTONE.

    The striking and massive granite tombstone shown in the picture is one of the most conspicuous memorials in an American cemetery. It is the tomb of Francis E. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 130 words
  10. A REVIVALIST'S LOVE STORY.

    In The Sunday Strand Mr. G. T. B. Davis gives Mr. Charles M. Alexander's account of his courtship. Mr. Alexander said that for years be had longed for a ...

    Article : 533 words
  11. DICKENS AND THE LAWYERS.

    Little though Charles Dickens loved them, lawyers owe him an undying debt of gratitude. “Lickbarrow v Mason” could better be spared than “Bardell v. ...

    Article : 225 words
  12. HOW TO LIVE TO BE 140.

    J. P. Muller is the apostle of a new creed. He promises us 140 years of life. In other words, he has carried the study and practice of physical culture—in itself ...

    Article : 370 words
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  14. FACTS ABOUT COLDS.

    The common theory that all colds are the result of exposure of some sort is a great mistake. Exposure is not the direct cause of the disease. Scientists tell us that colds ...

    Article : 382 words
  15. NINE DAYS’ DANCING PARTY.

    Indian women in the quaint little village of Orabai, among the Pueblos, have a curious religious celebration during the season of the year corresponding to our ...

    Article : 494 words
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  18. A DAY IN SOCIETY.

    The lady novelist's idea of society has been fiercely challenged, but the following picture of the society lady, from The World, is not much more favourable: — ...

    Article : 165 words
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