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  2. A MILLIONAIRE'S DAUGHTER

    The biggest mine of Mr. Marcus Daly, whose daughter married a Hungarian count at New York last month, is in Anaconda. It was acquired as a silver mine, but helped ...

    Article : 384 words
  3. FUGITIVE FROM DEVIL'S ISLAND

    After escaping three times from the penal settlement on Devil's Island, French Guiana (where Dreyius passed so many months of torment), and enjoying six ...

    Article : 955 words
  4. CLIMBERS KILLED

    Two fatalities have occurred in a week on the Welsh mountains. On Good Friday Mr. Donald Robertson, a well-known Civil servant, was killed, and on the following ...

    Article : 1,138 words
  5. LIFE IN MARS

    Professor Percival Lowell, of the Arizona Observatory, who has made millions of earth people believe in the existence of the Martians and the reality of their ...

    Article : 671 words
  6. DANGERS OF NEW STIMULANT-OXYGEN

    When a man's vitality is at so low an ebb that he needs a stimulant more powerful than brandy or other heart quickening drug he is given oxygen. This life giving ...

    Article : 700 words
  7. ON A NITRE SHIP

    When the missing ship is a sailing vessel the field for speculation over her possible fate is widened considerably. For to a great extent a steamer is a self-contained ...

    Article : 1,984 words
  8. LOVE-LETTERS TO A WOMAN

    Some of the most extravagant love-letters ever written will be introduced in court (says the "New York American"), when the suit of George R. Hall for the ...

    Article : 1,965 words
  9. THE RETORT UNEXPECTED.

    Pushing Young Grocer (to local M.P.)—"Ha. good morning Mr. Rodgersl I presume you want my renewed support in this coming contest." M.P. (unexpectedly)—"No, I don't, young man; I want a tin of sardines, and look sharp about it!" ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 54 words
  10. THREE EERIE INCIDENTS

    The first of the incidents I am about to relate occurred (says a correspondent of the "Weekly Scotsman") about 14 years ago. Baby had been bathed for the night ...

    Article : 529 words
  11. OVERWORK.

    A painful phase of the recent "boom" in rubber flotations and the extra work entailed in stockbroking circles was revealed m Lambeth (London) Coroner's Court, ...

    Article : 277 words
  12. WOMAN TACKLES BURGLARS.

    While she was at church one Sunday night. Mrs. Dodson's house, in Deanery road. Stratford (England), was entered by burglars. She returned to hear somebody, ...

    Article : 251 words
  13. TORTURED ANIMALS.

    At the Academy of Science, Paris, recently, Professor Metehnikoff, Director of the Pasteur Institute, related how, in connection with typhoid researches, he had ...

    Article : 183 words
  14. FOURTH HUSBAND OBJECTS

    "She has had three husbands, and I am the fourtn." said a middle-aged laborer [?] ap[?]ving to the Kingston (England) justion for advice about his wife. He went ...

    Article : 129 words
  15. DOG'S LONG WALK.

    A wire-haired terrier belonging to Mrs. Almney, of Broughton. Astley, Leicestershire, was sent by train to Lord Jersey's seat at Bicester. Oxfordshire. Two weeks ...

    Article : 43 words
  16. WOMAN BURNED ALIVE.

    From Rheims, France, comes a gruesome story of a shocking accident attended with fatal results, which has befallen an old woman upwards of 75 years of age who went ...

    Article : 168 words
  17. NO TIME.

    He—"Darling. I love you." She—"Good gracious! Why, you have only just met. me!" He—"Yes, I know; but I am only down for the week-end." ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 26 words
  18. MURDER MYSTERIES.

    The mystery of a series of murders is causing considerable sensation throughout the country (writes the Madrid correspondent of the London "Morning Leader " ...

    Article : 234 words
  19. KIDNAPPED by MOTOR CAR

    As extraordinarily daring attempt to kid[?] a young married woman is reported from St.E[?]nne. France The wife of a local wine merchant. when walking to ...

    Article : 175 words
  20. HONEYMOON TRIP IN BALLOON.

    In the large balloon Neptune, with the cear richly decorated with masses of white flowers and orange blossom, a young married couple of Roubaix, France, started on ...

    Article : 97 words
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