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  3. BENSON AND DEAN INGE.

    Mr. A. C. Benson, at a meeting of the Royal Society of Literature, said that Dr. Inge never made the mistake against which George Herbert so delicately warns the man ...

    Article : 107 words
  4. WHY SHE FAINTED.

    "You know, Dorothy, these biscuits of yours," he began, as he helped himself to the seventh. "Yes?" said his wife, with a weary smile. 'Ah! they're nothing like mother's. ...

    Article : 73 words
  5. STOCKHOLM'S TELEPHONES.

    "In Stockholm there are about 80,000 telephone subscribers," says the "Times," "for a population of a little over 850,000, or one for every 4½ inhabitants. At the same ratio the ...

    Article : 124 words
  6. WHY BRANDES LOVES ENGLAND

    Dr. Brandes, the Danish critic, entertained in London, told why he loved England. "The England which I love is tho England which is the refuge of the persecuted, ...

    Article : 126 words
  7. HER PREFERENCE.

    Before the fire on Christmas eve two old maids were planning for the holiday. "Sister Molly," said the younger, "would a long stocking hold all you'd want for a Christmas gift?" ...

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