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by William Dean Howells and Hjalmar Hjorth ..., pp. 3-11 -
Parables of a Province---I
by Gilbert Parker, pp. 12-15 -
The Nymph of the Eddy
by Sarah Orne Jewett, pp. 16-25 -
by Raymond Blathwayt, pp. 26-33 -
How They Are Captured, Transported, Trained, and Sold
Under Sentence of the Law
by Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson, pp. 34-36 -
The Story of a Dog
The Edge of the Future
Unsolved Problems That Edison Is Studying
by E.J. Edwards,, pp. 37-38 -
An Interview with Professor Alexander Graham Bell
by Cleveland Moffett,, pp. 39-43 -
A Day with Gladstone
by H.W. Massingham, pp. 44-51 -
From the Morning at Hawarden to the Evening at the House of Commons
Where Man Got His Ears
by Henry Drummond, pp. 52-58 -
James Parton's Rules of Biography
, pp. 59-62 -
Europe at the Present Moment
by Mr. de Blowitz, pp. 63-68 -
The Comedy of War
by Joel Chandler Harris, pp. 69-81 -
The Rose is Such a Lady
by Gertrude Hall, p. 82 -
The Count de Lesseps of To-Day
by R.H. Sherard, pp. 83-96 -
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