THE GARDEN OF MEMORIES BY C. A. MERCER THE garden looked dreary and desolate in spite of the afternoon sunshine. The
THE EMPEROR OF ELAM By H. G. DWIGHT From The Century Magazine. I returned, and saw under the sun, that
A WISE MAN Blérot had been my friend since childhood; we had no secrets from each other, and were united
The Dragon Tamers There was once an old, old castle—it was so old that its walls and towers and turrets
UP IN MICHIGAN Jim Gilmore came to Hortons Bay from Canada. He bought the blacksmith shop from old man Horton.
How The Camel Got His Hump How this is the next tale, and it tells how the Camel got his
BEYOND THE BAYOU The bayou curved like a crescent around the point of land on which La Folle’s cabin stood.
The Fury BY PAUL HEYSE (L’ARRABIATA) The day had scarcely dawned. Over Vesuvius hung one broad gray stripe of mist,
THE ANGEL OF THE ODD AN EXTRAVAGANZA. IT was a chilly November afternoon. I had just consummated an unusually hearty