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April 28, 1928
by George Weston, pp. 5-7 -
A short story
Pay First---Then Blame
by William G. Shepherd, pp. 8-9 -
How to "clean up" after our automobile accidents
On Your Toes
by Elizabeth MacDonald Osborne, p. 10 -
Shoes for women---a very complicated subject too
Songs for the Stump
by Wallace Irwin, p. 11 -
Sally in an Apron
by Ruth Burr Sanborn, pp. 12-13 -
A love story
by John B. Kennedy, p. 14 -
The experiences of William Wickshire, famous deep-sea diver
The Sooper Speaking
by Edgar Wallace, pp. 15-16 -
The perfect crime again, and very nicely pulled off
by Edmund Leamy, p. 17 -
A short short story
Nothing to Do but Play
, pp. 18-19 -
by Charles Brackett, pp. 20-21 -
A romantic comedy
by "Sinbad", pp. 22-23 -
The Prairie Prince
by W.B. Courtney, pp. 24-27 -
Pursuing the adventures of America's idol---Buffalo Bill
Money Can't Buy It
by Grantland Rice, pp. 28-32 -
The Woman Hunters
by Arthur Somers Roche, pp. 33-35 -
The People's Choice
, pp. 36-37 -
By The Gentleman at the Keyhole
Killing the Goose
by Jack Binns, pp. 38-39 -
How Would You Play It?
by Milton C. Work, pp. 40-41 -
, pp. 42-45 -
Be Your Own Seer
by Edwin E. Slosson, pp. 46-49 -
Tom Masson Says
, pp. 50-57 -
, pp. 58-60 -
by Walter Beach Humphrey, -
"How Social Darwinism Made Modern China"
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