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Short and Sweet

by Adolphus Charles Troughton

SCENE.—Short and Sweet's Lodgings, near the Crystal Palace—a handsomely furnished Apartment, door, C.—backed by landing and staircase, doors, L. 1. E. and 2 E.—fireplace, L. in flat—looking glass over...


San Antonio

by Claude B. Aniol

From a village of Tejas Indians has grown the modern city of San Antonio ... not completely modern, for there still remain many evidences of the past, even though towering skyscrapers mark the city as progressive...


Salvation Universal

by Joseph Fielding Smith

For this grand and glorious purpose, worlds are created by him and peopled with his children. He gives to them his commandments, granting the power to choose for themselves whether or not they will obey. Those...


Round the Corner

by Gilbert Cannan

A LITTLE PREFACE FRANCIS OBLIGES THE CURATE MARRIES ST. WITHANS FERN SQUARE HOSTILITIES FREDERIC'S FRIENDS YOUNG WOMEN SERGE INTERIOR SUNDAY SUPPER ART AND DRAMA ANNETTE IMBROGLIO WHITE BEARD AND GREY WALKING...


Poems

by Crocket McElroy

POEMS OF PATRIOTISM. Our Country and Our Flag, The Flag of Hobson's Choice, The Old Soldier, Washington, A Voice for Freedom, The Reconcentrados, The Celebration, Ode to Ontario, The United States and Canada,...


On the Wallaby through Victoria

by E. M. Clowes

This is not supposed to be a national or political history of Victoria. When I was asked to write something about the country which has extended its hospitality to me, and given me bread and cheese—sometimes...


Old Friends at Cambridge and Elsewhere

by J. Willis Clark

I ave frequently been asked to write my Memoirs, or I should rather say, my Recollections. I have serious doubts as to whether I recollect anything of value; and, even if I do, I have no time at present to commit...


You Know Me Al

by Ring W. Lardner

A Busher's Letters Home The Busher Comes Back The Busher's Honeymoon A New Busher Breaks In The Busher's Kid The Busher Beats It Hence Ringgold Wilmer "Ring" Lardner was an American sports columnist and short...


Uncle Sam's Boys on Field Duty

by H. Irving Hancock

A Squad-room Misunderstanding On the Great Summer Hike Soldier Hal Marches as a Prisoner The Joking Scout The Corporal With the Sheepish Grin Raynes Finds a Patriotic Ally Bears and Other Troubles In the Midst...


Tubal Cain

by Joseph Hergesheimer

Tubal-cain is a person mentioned in the Hebrew Bible, in Genesis 4:22. He was a descendant of Cain, the son of Lamech (not the other Lamech, father of Noah) and Zillah. He was the brother of Naamah and half-brother...


The Queen Who Flew

by Ford Madox Ford

Once upon a time a Queen sat in her garden. She was quite a young, young Queen; but that was a long while ago, so she would be older now. But, for all she was Queen over a great and powerful country, she led...


The Princess Nobody

by Andrew Lang

Andrew Lang, a Scottish poet, novelist, literary critic, and contributor to the field of anthropology, is best known as a collector of folk and fairy tales. The Andrew Lang lectures at the University of St Andrews...


The Lower Depths

by Maksim Gorky

De profundis ad te clamavi. In this phrase, with his penchant for epitome, the late James Huneker summarized the masterpiece of Russia’s single living master of the drama, Maxim Gorky, as he saw it in Berlin...


The Ingenious and Diverting Letters of the creations of that People

by Madame d' Aulnoy

It is not sufficient to write things true, but they must likewise seem probable, to gain belief. This has sometime so prevail'd with me, as to make me think of retrenching from my Relation the strange Stories...


The Gunroom

by Charles Langbridge Morgan

THE SHORE RECEDES SEEN THROUGH STEEL A CHAPTER WITHOUT NAME WAR, CARPETS, AND CANDLES TWO WORLDS STRAIN AND RELIEF MARGARET THE NET QUARTERED ON THE KINGDOM EASTERN SEAS AWAY FROM THE SHIP THE CAPTAIN IN CONFIDENCE...


Anthony the Absolute

by Samuel Merwin

Samuel Merwin, Sr. was an American playwright and author. He attended Northwestern University and between 1905 and 1911 he worked as associate editor and finally editor of SUCCESS magazine. In 1907 the magazine...


Anarchy and Anarchists

by Michael Schaack

It has seemed to me that there should be a history of the development, the revolt, and the tragedy of Anarchy in Chicago. This history I have written as impartially and as fairly as I knew how to write it. I...


About Paris

by Richard Harding Davis

THE STREETS OF PARIS THE SHOW-PLACES OF PARIS—NIGHT PARIS IN MOURNING THE GRAND PRIX AND OTHER PRIZES AMERICANS IN PARIS


A Little Bit of Fluff

by Walter W. Ellis

The play was twice turned into films during the silent era. A 1919 film A Little Bit of Fluff directed by Kenelm Foss and the 1928 film A Little Bit of Fluff which featured Betty Balfour, the most popular British...


Moses and Aaron

by T. A. Goodwin

That many have no better acquaintance with Christ and his Apostles, is, because they are such strangers with Moses and Aaron: Were Customes antiquated thorowly known, many difficulties in Scripture would appear...