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The was a Stewing in Disguise.

The was a Stewing in Disguise.

obstinate niece. Edith Hsrlowe. P. S—His name is Larry Creston. For a week Edith heard nothing from hoe note. Then one noon ,he met her undo rushing from his favourite cafe, and she walked at his side to the elevator door. Well, Edith, Fre seen your hero
March 1, 1902 - Enniscorthy Guardian - Enniscorthy, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CROSS-BACKS,

THE CROSS-BACKS,

, first in all works of devotion and charity. Her admiration far Edith is still unbounded. One day they were talking about that notable virifc from the euchre club committee, and Edith said : “I always feel ashamed when I remember how angry and indignant
July 9, 1906 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ONE AFTERNOON. " How could Charlie ever have married here Edith Martin woodered, looking from her handsome, boyish brother to

ONE AFTERNOON. " How could Charlie ever have married here Edith Martin woodered, looking from her handsome, boyish brother to

and burst into passionate tears. She took her baby jealously from Edith's arms, and, kissing the little white face, cried: " more likely to want black than that I'm very sorry," said Edith, gently, but Ada shook off her caressing hand. The contrast between
July 3, 1902 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
CHAPTER XIV.

CHAPTER XIV.

regard for his wife's memory would have effaced himself for ever. It is Edith, of course, who has put him up to it—for the sake of her position. It is Edith who stands in me wev—Edith, and nothing else, until her deittli. That fellow says I cannot marry—until
August 2, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
“No Bottles.”

“No Bottles.”

obstinate niece. “Edith Harlows. P.S.—His name Larry Creaton." For a week Edith heard nothing from her note. Then one noon she met her nncle rushingfrom his favourite cafe, and she walked at his side to the elevator door. "Well Edith, I’ve seen yonr hero
March 28, 1902 - Irish News and Belfast Morning News - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
WERE I THE SUN.

WERE I THE SUN.

obstinate niece. Edith Harlowe. P. S—His name is Larry CreSten. For a week Edith heard nothing from,' her not:. Then one noon she net her' uncle rushing from his favourite cafe. and she walked at his side to the elevator' door. ' Well, Edith, I've seen your
February 28, 1902 - New Ross Standard - New Ross, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 
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lite rebid:, After all. Edith was a good sort. Much of his old tend,rnese and admiration had revived when she I.oi:enc.] to him after the departure of the Henry Grenada and the "howling Comns crew" he brought to meet them. Edith had behaved with great
July 12, 1902 - Northern Constitution - Coleraine, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
BESSBROOK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

BESSBROOK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.

obstinate niece,: Edith Harlowe. P.S.—His name is Larry Creston. For a week Edith heard nothing from her note. Then one coon she met her uncle rushing from his favourite cafe, and she walked at his aide to the elevator door. "Well, Edith, I've seen your
March 6, 1902 - Newry Reporter - Newry, Down, Northern Ireland
 
WEEKLY IRISH TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 21. 1902.

WEEKLY IRISH TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 21. 1902.

pushed her away, the last month. It was dreadfully dull for her, I have no daughter but Edith,”she said, I bride in hvr first season, shut up in remote want Edith.” country house with complaining querulous old bho was clearly wandering. She would not
June 21, 1902 - Weekly Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
HILARY.

HILARY.

of Edith and said with sweet solemnity: Say, Mother of Christ, pray for me!’ and you’ll get the grace of praying and believing, for she never lets a prayer by unheeded.” And then Maggie took her duster and went quickly from the room, leaving Edith gazing
December 6, 1907 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland