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Page 359 - Anne of Green Gables ' you will find the dearest and most moving and delightful child since the immortal Alice.
Page 358 - bears all the charm of the author's genius and is about a little girl down in Texas who practices the ' Pollyanna Philosophy with irresistible success. The book is one of the kindliest things, if not the best, that the author of the Pollyanna books has done. It is a welcome addition to the fast-growing family of Olad Books.
Page 360 - Chicago Inter-Ocean. ANNE OF THE BLOSSOM SHOP: Or, the Growing Up of Anne Carter Cloth decorative, with a frontispiece in full color from a painting by ZP Nikolaki $1.50 "A charming portrayal of the attractive life of the South, refreshing as a breeze that blows through a pine forest.
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Page 348 - When he went on watch I posted the second clerk to keep an eye on him. He hid behind a smoke-stack, and saw Sam alone in the pilot-house, his hair on end, his face like a corpse's, and his eyes sticking out so far you could have knocked them off with a stick. He danced around the pilot-house, turned up his nose like he was smelling for a polecat, pulled every bell, turned the boat's nose for the bank, and yelled ' Fire !' like a Cherokee Indian on the war-path.
Page 158 - ... remedy, and it seems to me they would show bad faith if they did not. The pooling bill favored by railroads before Congress at the last session would have conferred much greater power upon the Commission than is here contemplated. Any discussion of the railroad problem that loses sight of the fact that in the end it is the consumer who pays the freight charges on what he consumes, whether it is food to eat, clothes to wear, house to live in, or material essential to him for use in his business,...