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  3. THE PAIGNTON HONOUR. CHAPTER XVIII.

    It was a remarkable circumstance, but again typical of the man's astonishing simplicity, that Lord Paignton Knew nothing whatever about the failure of the Deep ...

    Article : 3,280 words
  4. WOMAN'S REALM.

    The Arts and Crafts Society has, in the short period of its existence, done much to help workers towards advancemen: in the different technical arts. The enameling ...

    Article : 1,792 words
  5. FROM AMERICAN PAPERS. TRAGEDIES, ROMANCE, FROLIC.

    COLUMBIA, Mo., Feb. l8.—Emil J. Meyer, 70 years. old, a country school teacher of Gerald, Mo., has made application for admission to the University of ...

    Article : 50 words
  6. COLLEGE-BRED HENS PINK.

    ITHACA, N.Y., Feb. 13.—By the use of certain kinds of dyes white hens may be gradually changed to pink. Their eggs may be coloured red, pink, or other hues, ...

    Article : 124 words
  7. SHACKLETON'S NEXT EXPEDITION.

    Sir Ernest Shackleton, before leaving England on a visit to the United States, disclosed some of his plans for a second expedition to the South Pole to a representative ...

    Article : 311 words
  8. HATPIN THROUGH HIS EAR.

    SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Feb.25.—Albert Putnam, a conductor on the Springfieldstreet railway, is suffering from a peculiar injury inflicted with a woman's hatpin. ...

    Article : 120 words
  9. DREW ROYAL FLUSH.

    SCRANTON, Feb. 24.—"I"m the un[?]cdest poker player living," declared Frank Constantino last night at Mayfield, a small town near here, when a game was ...

    Article : 159 words
  10. CHAPTER XIX.

    It was a mild stroke of paralysis, following the extreme tension and the shock to his nerves which he had received that terrible afternoon, which had brought Lord ...

    Article : 1,519 words
  11. SLOW IN THE UPTAKE.

    In one town towards the South of England I was giving a sketch (writes Mr. George Grossmith, in "Piano and I," the title of a collection of reminiscences), and ...

    Article : 293 words
  12. HOLD-UP MEN BADLY BEATEN.

    CLEVELAND, Feb. 22.—Using a quart bottleas his weapon, Dr. B. E. Sager last night thrashed two highwaymen, and arrested one of them. This man, who said ...

    Article : 158 words
  13. GI[?]TONOUS SOUP-DRINKING CHARGE.

    DETROIT, Feb. 22.—Thomas Ryerson, who just completed a 90-day sentence in the Detroit House of Correction for assault, appeared in police court yesterday charged ...

    Article : 50 words
  14. MAGNET DRAWS NAILS FROM RIVER.

    Ingeniqus in the extreme is the method by which 1,00 kegs of wire nails have been recovered from the bottom of the Mississippi River at New Orleans, where they went ...

    Article : 166 words
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  16. BANDIT REFUSES MONEY.

    PITTSB[?]IG, Penn., Feb. 20.— R. M. Gulick, owine and manager of a prominent theatre in this city, was the victim of a daring hold-up ad robbery early this morning. ...

    Article : 209 words
  17. AUTOS. FOR CATTLE RANCHES.

    CHICAGO.March 3.—Cowboys mounted on ponies wilsoon be supplanted by automobiles on the larger cattle ranches of Texas, according to an announcement made ...

    Article : 71 words
  18. WOODSMAN EATEN BY WOLVES.

    SPRINGFILD, Mo., March 3.—James Smith, a woosman, was eaten by wolves in the woods near Ally yesterday, after fighting a diperate battle for his life. ...

    Article : 80 words
  19. A FATHERAT EIGHTY-EIGHT TO FATHER OF TWENTY-EIGHT.

    Speaking as de virtuoso to another, John H.Thirey, of New York, a spry young fellow of 90, who two years ago became the father of a child forwarded his ...

    Article : 311 words
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