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Contents Literature I. Women — Wives or Mothers     By A Woman . . Page 11 II. “Tell Me Not Now”     William Watson . . 19…

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A Song and a Tale By Nora Hopper I—Lament of the Last Leprechaun FOR the red shoon of the Shee,    For the falling o’ the leaf,For…

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When I am King By Henry Harland “Qu’y faire, mon Dieu, qu’y faire ? “I HAD wandered into a tangle of slummy streets, and began…

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White Magic By Ella D’Arcy I SPENT one evening last summer with my friend Mauger,pharmacien in the little town of Jacques-le-Port. He pro- nounces his…

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Parson Herrick’s Muse By C. W. Dalmon THE parson dubs us, in our cups,“A tipsy, good-for-nothing crew !”It matters not—it may be false ;It matters…

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Twilight By Olive Custance Mother of the dews, dark eyelashed Twilight ! Low-lidded Twilight o’er the valley’s brim. MEREDITH. SPIRIT of Twilight, through your folded…

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A Study in Sentimentality By Hubert Crackanthorpe A PHANTOM regiment of giant mist-pillars swept silently across the valley ; beaded drops loaded each tuft of…