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By EDITH and ARTHUR APPLIN.

By EDITH and ARTHUR APPLIN.

By EDITH and ARTHUR APPLIN. CHAPTEB LI. j Teturmag. Probably even now be would THJ-i FKMi. before midnight, but Edith began hope would The last night at the Electric Theatre Reggie net. To actuall}' see him oome back bearing failure .Teveusiliam’s play
June 14, 1905 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
The Jaming of Susan

The Jaming of Susan

hato to take money from any man." " But you were willing to borrow some from your uncle," said Edith. " That's different." " There is no other way," sighed Edith. " Even if manage to keep the landlord at bay for a few weeks, we shall never be able to settle
August 7, 1925 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
COUPLE SAID TO HAVE "KIDNAPPED" NEIGHBOURS' SERVANT

COUPLE SAID TO HAVE "KIDNAPPED" NEIGHBOURS' SERVANT

Sim told her that Edith Saville was not sroing to "The Twigs." Mrs. Stretch said: ' Why not have Edith in? Let Edith choose whom she wishes to go," but Mrs. Sim declined to do that, refusing even to allow Mrs. Stretch to see Edith. Counsel went on to
February 19, 1935 - Nottingham Evening Post - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CHAP Etc lIL

CHAP Etc lIL

dead? faithless? or had he met Edith ? It was next to impossible that he could have met Edith. He was four minutes overdue when Edith left the drawing-room, and he had not come when, thirteen minutes later, she heard Edith call the doge in the hall and
November 8, 1901 - Heywood Advertiser - Heywood, Lancashire, England
 
CHAPTER 111.

CHAPTER 111.

dead? faithless? or had be met Edith? It was next to impossible that he could have met Edith. He was four minutes overdue when Edith left the drawing-room, and he had not come when, thirteen minutes later, she heard Edith call the dogs in the hall and
June 1, 1906 - Buckinghamshire Examiner - Chesham, Buckinghamshire, England
 
THE SHADOW OF HER SIN.

THE SHADOW OF HER SIN.

By EDITH and ARTHUR APPLIN, BTKOP3L3 OP rBETIOr-S CHAPTERS. Amrmt; the TacJey Hall, Arthur Hibbert’i se-st, ate Jwdth Mait-iaod, her Edith Fevershaii!.- Hud the brother. Ressie. Both g*rk are beau+itali. and both are -Vrre *n<th
May 15, 1905 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LADY FROM NOWHERE.

THE LADY FROM NOWHERE.

in life." "Was Miss Gilmar kind to you?" Edith shrugged her shoulders. kind as oould be to anyone. We quarrelled once or twice." About what?" "I don't see that you have any right to ask hat question," said Edith, quietly. " Still, to show you how candid
September 7, 1900 - Lichfield Mercury - Lichfield, Staffordshire, England
 
THE QUEEN, THE LADY'S NEWSPAPER.

THE QUEEN, THE LADY'S NEWSPAPER.

afterthought. " How are you, Edith ? You look slightly melodramatic, sitting on a brocadesofa; very beautiful, but quite alone in the midst of opulent surroundings." There were abundant topics to choose from out of this. Edith began at the first that struck
November 2, 1907 - The Queen - London, London, England
 
a SINCERE F l‘ NO

a SINCERE F l‘ NO

I have told you all about it, may as well tell you it’s Edith Fearon.” A sudden inspiration came Bichard. determined out with Perowne. Bo affected the greatest astonishment. “What,” cried. “Edith Fearon I ” “Yes,” said Perowue, looking np, “why not? Does
March 30, 1900 - Biggleswade Chronicle - Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, England
 
BLOXHAM.

BLOXHAM.

Reeve. Summertown. Teacher : Mn. Dale. Seconds, Clara Capes, Edith Hazen, Maud Ring; Third, Edith c on; c orn.. Eliza Simms, Lucy Buell, Lily Hunt. Henley.—Teacher: Miss Jones.—Firsts, Edith G reen , Eliza Piercey, Mary Turner, Rose Dauncey, Mildred Hariman
May 30, 1900 - Oxfordshire Weekly News - Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England