September 1, 1920

SHELVERDENE’S PLOT

THE LITTLE WARRIOR

WHEN WE LOCKED UP FRITZ

SHELVERDENE’S PLOT 45

SHELVERDENE’S PLOT

TALE OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
THE LITTLE WARRIOR 1213

THE LITTLE WARRIOR

SPRING, whose coming the breeze had heralded to Wally as he smoked upon the roof, floated graciously upon New York two mornings later. The city awoke to a day of blue and gold and to a sense of hard times over and good times to come. In a million homes a million young men thought of sunny afternoons at the Polo Grounds; a million young women of long summer Sundays by the Eowded waves of Coney Island.
WHEN WE LOCKED UP FRITZ 2021

WHEN WE LOCKED UP FRITZ

The First Authentic Story of Our Internment Camps
THE PARTS MEN PLAY 2425

THE PARTS MEN PLAY

IT WAS nearly noon next day before Selwyn woke from a heavy, dreamless sleep. Both in mind and in body there was the listlessness which follows the passing of a crisis, but for the first time in many days he felt the impulse to face life again, to accept its bludgeonings unflinching.
IN THE DAYS OF THE BOOM 1011

IN THE DAYS OF THE BOOM

Second Article in the Series of Reminiscences, Seventy Busy Years
THE SOUL of a SCHOOLBOY 1617

THE SOUL of a SCHOOLBOY

The Third in the Series of Mystery Stories, “The Man Who Knew Too Much"
MIRIAM DECIDES 2223

MIRIAM DECIDES

I SUPPOSE most people would admit without hesitation their delight in any suggestion of romance. Personally, as might be expected of a bachelor of fifty or thereabouts, I revel in it. So do you, I dare say. Our difficulties would commence only when we attempted to reconcile our definitions of romance.
The Sons of the Man Who Made the Business 3233

The Sons of the Man Who Made the Business

BECAUSE a man has done a thing once is no particular reason why he should be expected to do it again. But if he does, and then again and again, there arises a strong probability that he will continue so to do; for there you have the intangible thing called habit that regulates all our lives.
How I First Met My Husband 1819

How I First Met My Husband

Third Article In This Remarkable Series
The Age of Misunderstanding 7073
WOMEN AND THEIR WORK

The Age of Misunderstanding

IT IS quite true, a lot of what we hear about the side-tracking interests of the high school girl. However, discerning a mother you may be, if you would drop around to the dressing room of the High School where your own blossoming, ’teen age daughter attends, somewhere about the time the recess bell rings, you might get the shock of your motherhood. You would be about sure to find as many girls as could crowd around the mirror, active with powder-puff and rouge and lip-stick as a vaudeville chorus.
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