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EDITH'S HOUSE HUNT.

EDITH'S HOUSE HUNT.

chest. Then held out his hand. " Edith ! Is possible!" Edith raised her eyes timidly his face. "Mr Thorpe!" she said nervously. What can you think of me?" " Were you hiding from me?" asked. " Hiding from you?" repeated Edith, with embarrassed laugh. " Yes
June 16, 1909 - Dundee Evening Telegraph - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
EDITH ROBERTS' HOMECOMING

EDITH ROBERTS' HOMECOMING

what feel. Edith's has turned over our home fr° ri te'v, sadness to house of joy. . 'jr. what the tragedy meant since it happened have n(ta ge- . l with Edith in her house of ol) thought of her constantly, arm would ever see her again. , l I Edith has three
June 11, 1922 - Sunday Post - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
EDITH MILXER.

EDITH MILXER.

Lindley. Edith Horner, Edith Hall. Edith Brown, Edith Small, Edith Bethune, Edith Tavlor (2. mother and daughter), third Edith Milner, Edith Hudson. Edith Scales. Edith Harriman. Edith Tanpin (2, mother
January 11, 1916 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS BREAK UP

ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS BREAK UP

Haynes, Florrie Breeds, Ethel Sugg, Edith Florence Bumste&d, Heien Dorothy Mabel Upton, Nellie Veness. Edith Veness, Marjorie Gilber., Charlotte vVheeler, Gladys Norman, Mabel Stonham, Eleanor Watson, Nellie Foulger, Edith CioKe, Mabel Sugg, Mabel Hollambv
December 24, 1904 - Hastings and St Leonards Observer - Hastings, Sussex, England
 
HE NED'S DMEiI,

HE NED'S DMEiI,

remember. Edith.” 1 did not think you would have cared ranch to acknowledge her such, returned Edith, with irrepressible sneer, which made her plain face positively ugly. The old man s face flushed ,th anger, while low. nervous protest of ” Edith! Edith[/b
September 17, 1912 - Wigan Observer and District Advertiser - Wigan, Lancashire, England
 
TUKDAY, AUGUST 25, 1923.

TUKDAY, AUGUST 25, 1923.

R. Wool lands (ml. Form V. Parallel—Mildred Amhler, Eileen L. BeaJ, Madge Beaumont, Benson. Edith Bolton. Eth'el Bradley. Dorothv L. Edith M. Dora Heorn, Edith M. Elizabeth C. Jc*.*on. Susan Landaborougb, Marion Marsdea Barbara Talt. Audrey Todd, Marion
August 25, 1923 - Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IN THE TOILS

IN THE TOILS

eiiarming But that was ail forgotten. "1 'joe that I congratulate yeiu," said Edith laughingly. "Oh, you men. How- weak vein are. You can forget easily." "And cannot weime-n forget?" Edith touched him the arm. -Take me .somewhere: want ice. am rather tiled. There-
April 21, 1911 - Lichfield Mercury - Lichfield, Staffordshire, England
 
By LOUIS SAND.

By LOUIS SAND.

corner of the sofa, and had only just received my second cup from Edith's hand. Georgy exclaimed, "Well, then, show him up.' Then, turning to Edith, she added, " I can't say, my dear Edith. Ann's manners repay all the pains you hers bestowed on her.* "
February 26, 1901 - Rugby Advertiser - Rugby, Warwickshire, England
 
SALMON FISHING.

SALMON FISHING.

a corner of the sofa, and had only just received my second cup from Edith’s hand. Georgy exclaimed. Well, then, show him up.” Then, turning Edith, she added, I can’t say, dear Edith. Ann’s manners repay all the pains you have bestowed on her.” ** I wish
March 2, 1901 - East & South Devon Advertiser. - Newton Abbot, Devon, England
 
mr. Walter long and the VOLUNTEERS.

mr. Walter long and the VOLUNTEERS.

South Africa. \AU ngM* reserved. | EDITH S ESCAPE. Bt LOUIE B ARB, CHAPTER IX. nra o» na rm». WM tcit lata the next moraiag. Only Emily, Edith, end Hr. Boab were at table. Emily'e were red and ewollen with erying, but Edith wae only deadly pale. Ur. Both
March 16, 1901 - Shipley Times and Express - Shipley, Yorkshire, England