March 1, 1909

The Other Self of Jimmie Thrums

Men of the Sky

Oriented

The Other Self of Jimmie Thrums 4445

The Other Self of Jimmie Thrums

HAVING re-lit his well-seasoned briar root, Jimmie Thrums threw his long legs across the library table, and with a sigh of content let his gaze stray down the long, closely written manuscript on his knees. Having finished the reading, he stroked his thin cheek thoughtfully, and let his mild blue eyes wander to the window and out across the snow-cloaked lawn.
Men of the Sky 9899

Men of the Sky

Reproduced from Herald Magazine
Oriented 124125

Oriented

From the Century Magazine
Revolutionizing an Industry 1819

Revolutionizing an Industry

BORN in a blacksmith shop in a small village in 1847, to-day the biggest industrial concern in Canada, with one-quarter of its annual profits given to educational, charitable and religious causes. Starting with a meagre investment: now capitalized at twelve million dollars, the greatest corporation in its line under the British flag, encircling the globe with warerooms, factories and representatives.
Memoirs of a Great Editor 8687

Memoirs of a Great Editor

From the Cornhill Magazine
Ye Story of Caviare 6263

Ye Story of Caviare

With a Cree Legend of the Sturgeon
WHO OWNS THE UNITED STATES? 7071

WHO OWNS THE UNITED STATES?

WHEN “Coal Oil Johnny” bought all the champagne in New York and emptied it into a plunge bath, so that he might take a swim in the sparkling wine, he was by comparison a mean and penurious miser. The only real, genuine, open-handed and free-hearted spendthrift in the tides of time is the government of the United States.
The Virtue of Thrift 7879

The Virtue of Thrift

From the London Times
MEN AND EVENTS IN THE PUBLIC EYE 3233

MEN AND EVENTS IN THE PUBLIC EYE

The famous French guillotine, or “the widow,” as it is familiarly referred to, has been re-erected at Bethune, in the North of France, and on the first day of its restoration as an instrument of the law four criminals were beheaded in the presence of 30,000 people.
Contents of March Magazines 140141

Contents of March Magazines

A Stenciling Lesson for Girls. Lilian Barton Wilson—Ladies’ Home Journal. Art in Everyday Life. R. Cleveland Coxe— World’s Work. How we Learned to Stencil. Mary T. Bradley —Suburban Life. Art and American Society. Mabelle Gilman Corey—Cosmopolitan.
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