HE from HAD the tried tail to of a drown Jersey himself ferryboat; and it was as shocking, to everyone who knew him, as if the Woolworth Building had staggered down Broadway and thrown itself weeping into the bay. It was impossible that he could have done such a thing—and yet there was no doubt that he had done it with forethought.By HARVEY J. O'HIGGINS49 min
Have you a “phoney" fur in your home? The chances are that you have. This article will tell you about, some who have been fooled, and you can be numbered hereafter among the wise ones.By WILLIAM MACMILLAN14 min
EVA GAUTHIER, the distinguished Canadian mezzo soprano and song interpreter, stepped into the elevator after her concert. A man, bearing on his countenance evidence of an outdoor life stepped in behind her. “Pardon me, Miss Gauthier?”By DOROTHY G. BELL11 min
I WAS leaning up against the mantelpiece in a lounge suit which I had made out of old ice bags, and Beryl, my wife, was seated at my feet on a low Louis Quinze tabouret which she had made out of a finnan-haddock fishbox, when the idea of a bungalow came to both of us at the same time.By STEPHEN LEACOCK10 min
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