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THE MAGAZINE HERO.

THE MAGAZINE HERO.

THE Magazine Hero is big and broad, And handsome, and brave, and fine, And we who would write must follow the cut, And fashion him line for line. It doesn't matter what real men are In everyday life, we know, There are things the Magazine Man must be, Or the Magazine tale won't
June 1, 1915 - Link - London, London, England
 
2 CUPID'S MESSENGER. MEN WHO HATE WOMEN.

2 CUPID'S MESSENGER. MEN WHO HATE WOMEN.

WOMAN-HATERS are by no means rare. One died recently in Vienna who used to adopt extraordinary measures to avoid contact with womankind. At the theatre it was his practice to book three seats and occupy the middle one so that a female should not by any possibility sit next to hi
June 1, 1915 - Link - London, London, England
 
CUPID'S MESSENGER.

CUPID'S MESSENGER.

5 FEATURE IS INTENDED TO HELP THOSE IN NEED OF COMPANIONS OF THEIR OWN OR THE SEX. ITS PRIMARY PURPOSE IS NOT MATRIMONIAL, BUT TO FIND FRIENDS FOR THOSE WHO LONELY AND, OWING TO THEIR CIRCUMSTANCES, ARE DEBARRED FROM THE USUAL METHODS OF FOR THEMSELVES PLEASANT AND INTERESTING C
June 1, 1915 - Link - London, London, England
 
WOMEN MEN LIKE.

WOMEN MEN LIKE.

" NEVER marry a charming or pretty woman," is the advice of an old diplomatist, well versed in the ways of femininity. " Admire her from a distance, if you like, but do not tie her to you by the bonds of matrimony. Not that she would cease to be charming after marriage. Her char
June 1, 1915 - Link - London, London, England
 
CUPID'S MESSENGER.

CUPID'S MESSENGER.

6 George (S.W. London), 25, good-looking, cheerful disposition, would like to make acquaintance of young lady not over 22. (89.) T.D. (Plymouth), 48, wishes to correspond with or meet a gent., for companionship only, who would appreciate up-to-date, broad-minded friend, refined,
June 1, 1915 - Link - London, London, England
 

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CUPID'S MESSENGER. A BEST MAN'S DUTIES.

CUPID'S MESSENGER. A BEST MAN'S DUTIES.

His first duty is to see that the happy bridegroom is properly equipped, and in possession of the weddingring as well as of his senses. He accompanies the willing victim to the church, and stands admiringly at his right hand, a little in the rear, during the ceremony. At the con
June 1, 1915 - Link - London, London, England
 
4 AIDS TO BEAUTY.

4 AIDS TO BEAUTY.

WE can classify imperfect skins under three headsi.e., 1, thin and dry ; 2, coarse, red, and too oily ; 3, flabby and relaxed without particular defect in texture. The first of these is liable to become easily broken, chapped or eruptive, and it is for this reason very desirable
June 1, 1915 - Link - London, London, England
 
8 CUPID'S MESSENGER. CONCERNING OURSELVES.

8 CUPID'S MESSENGER. CONCERNING OURSELVES.

IT is a singular fact that while the biggest interest in life is love, there has never been any periodical practically devoted to its furtherance. This neglect CUPID'S MESSENGER proposes to remedy, and judging by the letters already received, its need is urgent and great. In Lon
June 1, 1915 - Link - London, London, England
 
THE GERMAN AS LOVER.

THE GERMAN AS LOVER.

COURTSHIP in Germany is, according to Mrs. Alec Tweedie, a very business-like affair. All the lovemaking is done in public. Even a highly-born engaged couple walk about arm-in-arm or hand-inhand. They embrace in public, he sits with his arm round her waist at dinner, and everyon
June 1, 1915 - Link - London, London, England
 
June, 1915.

June, 1915.

HOW TO GET MARRIED. BY B ANNS. —Necessitates the calling of the Banns in the Church of a Parish or District wherein the parties reside for three consecutive Sundays. Where the parties reside in different parishes, the Banns must be published in both. The marriage must be celebra
June 1, 1915 - Link - London, London, England