ALL afternoon Andrews, the Man from the Desert, and Stewart Owen had wandered about the Club Enclosure of the Woodbine Course, and, as the horses went to the post in each race, had climbed up a back stairway to the top of the Stand to watch them gallop.By W. A. FRASER35 min
IT’S a wonderful thing to be the handy man of the community. Lenix Ballister, the colored diplomat of Chatville East, while not exactly such, was in many regards what might be justly termed “A friend in need” to many of his neighbors. A funeral would have been an inauspicious occasion, indeed, without Lenix riding in the pallbearers’democrat, ahead of the procession, and he had been known to conduct the entire funeral from digging the grave to preaching the funeral sermon.By ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE37 min
THE offices of Messrs. Goble & Cohn were situated, like everything else in New York that appertains to the drama, in the neighborhood of Times Square. They occupied the fifth floor of the Gotham Theatre, on West Forty-second Street. As there was no elevator in the building except the small private one used by the two members of the firm, Jill walked up the stairs, and found signs of a thriving business beginning to present themselves as early as the third floor, where half a dozen patient persons of either sex had draped themselves like roosting fowls upon the banisters.By PELHAM GRENVILLE WODEHOUSE34 min
THAT night a glorious moonlight silvered the roof-tops of old London, touching its jumbled architecture with fantastic beauty. Vagrant towers and angular church spires, uninspired statuary, and weary, smoke-darkened trees shed their garments of commonplaceness and shimmered like the mosques and turrets of an enchanted city.By ARTHUR BEVERLEY BAXTER29 min
THIS is not the story of a woman’s business Success—though it is that, too, in a way. It is rather a story of how a woman turned the work she loved into a means of earning a living, and of the interest it paid back to her in countless unreckonable ways as she went along.By ETHEL M. CHAPMAN9 min
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