Tell me, should you have the misfortune to turn your head while your right-hand correspondent
was telegraphing" --
TWENTY-EIGHT HOURS' WORLD COMA UNPRECEDENTED EXPERIENCE CHALLENGER JUSTIFIED OUR CORRESPONDENT
ESCAPES ENTHRALLING NARRATIVE THE OXYGEN ROOM WEIRD MOTOR DRIVE DEAD LONDON REPLACING THE MISSING PAGE GREAT FIRES AND LOSS OF LIFE WILL IT RECUR?
has just left Miss Ladd," the doctor answered.
Hardyman might, in that case, plead with his Imperial correspondent
for a delay in his departure of a few days more; and th e marriage might still take place before he left England.
Meanwhile in Paris he met a young Irish lady with whom he fell in love, and being offered the post of Paris correspondent
on another paper, he married.
Considerable sensation (the correspondent
announced) had been caused in Perth and its neighborhood, by the exposure of an anonymous attempt at extortion, of which a lady of distinction had lately been made the object.
Third, a guest staying in the house, who has already appeared in these pages under the name of Horace Holmcroft--attached to the German army as war correspondent
of an English newspaper.
had discovered that fact quite accidentally from the talk of the people of the house, having made friends with a workman who occupied a room there.
shown to the correspondents
of the principal Literary and Antiquarian
There were many requests from my little correspondents
for "more about the Wizard.
Frank Baum and his correspondents
," for I have used many suggestions conveyed to me in letters from children.
With the summer rush from the Outside came special correspondents
for the big newspapers and magazines, and one and all, using unlimited space, they wrote Daylight up; so that, so far as the world was concerned, Daylight loomed the largest figure in Alaska.