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Rex Beach

FLOWING GOLD

The first novel in several years by the author of The Spoilers and many other famous stories of the Klondike and the Northwest. It is a real Rex Beach story of chance, laid in a new Klondike the Texas oil fields. It pulsates with the lure and drive and combat of men's battle against nature and each other. Brimful of romance, humor and suspense.

Margaret Deland

THE VEHEMENT FLAME

New York Tribune: "Mrs. Margaret Deland's newest novel, The Vehement Flame, is a good book; the old-fashioned kind that may be read of an evening before all the old people without making father fidget. This novel is old-fashioned and dear. It harks back to the time when right and wrong and God and everything had a place in our fictional literature."

Her Unwelcome

Husband

By W. L. George

This novel by our most penetrating analyst of feminine psychology reveals the secret thoughts of a lovely woman, who is unhappily married. Some Distinguished Americans

By Harvey O'Higgins

Seven imaginary portraits of modern men and women biographies which tell the truths that cannot be told except as fiction.

Hirondelle

By Henry C. Rowland

A handsome lad with iron muscles and an earl's daughter are the principals in this romantic adventure story of pirates, slave-runners, and ship-scuttlers.

The Dust Flower
By Basil King

The dramatic presentation of a great problem - a man is married secretly to a waif and betrothed to a society girl. A new version of the triangle.

Rackhouse

By George Agnew Cham-
berlain

An up-to-the-minute story of
love, adventure, and experience
in the most daring business of
the twentieth century, boot-
legging on a million-dollar scale.
In Jeopardy

Its

By Van Tassel Sutphen
A clever mystery story.
solution, worked out step by
step from one blind lead to
another, will keep the most ex-
perienced reader of riddles
guessing.

Jack and I in
Lotus Land
By Frances Little

By "The Lady of the Deco-
ration," who again tells in her
charming letters the love story
of an American girl in Japan.
Tales of Lonely
Trails

By Zane Grey

A true account of Zane Grey's travels in the heart of Western America. As thrilling as his novels, and with the added interest of reality.

The History of Art

Volume II-Mediaeval Art
By Elie Faure

Translated from the French by Walter Pach.

This volume sets forth a fine conception of mediaeval art. It tells why Indian art is so heavily ornamental; what China aims at in art. It shows art to be an expression of the development of the race, not of the individual artist. Over 300 illustrations.

A World Worth
While

By W. A. Rogers

Reminiscences of an artist, head cartoonist on the N. Y. Herald for seventeen years. Memories of the most important people of the last forty

years.

Americans by
Choice

By John Palmer Gavit

A first-hand study by an experienced student of the problems of the naturalization and political activities of the foreign born voter.

HARPER & BROTHERS Established 1817 New York

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Action and Color and Conflict

WEST!

By CHARLES ALDEN SELTZER

Author of "The Two-Gun Man," etc.

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SWIFTLY moving Western story, with an engaging love theme and a conclusion that will please a host of new readers as well as the author's many old friends. Mr. Seltzer has never before so finely presented the spell of the open plains and the romance of the cow country.

Illustrated. Price $1.90

WINTERGREEN

By JANET LAING

AN absorbing, jolly and refreshing

love-story set in a little Scotch village on the rocky seashore, old and clean and individual. It is as amusing and human and thoroughly delightful as "When Bunty Pulls the Strings," and Barrie's "What Every Woman Knows."

Price $1.75

SEA WRACK

By VERE HUTCHINSON A POWERFUL love-story in which

are combined keen characterization, rich personality, fine and poignantly-felt writing, and a setting strangely alive and memorable. Already a marked success in London, where the reviewers compare it with "Wuthering Heights."

Price $1.75

LETTERS TO A DJINN

By GRACE ZARING STONE

AFASCINATING narrative unfolding a charming love-story and giving the

reader the color and flavor of alluring, romantic, far-away places in the Pacific. It is a series of letters with the charm of intimacy, the stimulus of spirited dialogue, and the carefree style of a jolly correspondent.

Price $1.75

ONE WORLD AT A TIME

By MARGARET FULLER

AN entrancing and exquisite story of plantation days in almost tropical South

Carolina some twenty years after the Civil War. It carries the reader into a world that is strange, enticing, utterly other than the everyday of life.

Price $2.00

THE CENTURY CO.

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ATOLLS OF THE SUN

By FREDERICK O'BRIEN

Author of "White Shadows in the South Seas" and "Mystic Isles of the South Sea"

A FASCINATING record of the author's travels

among those blazing coral wreaths upon the Equatorial Pacific known as the Dangerous Archipelago, which are among the most amazing habitations of man. Mr. O'Brien spent months among the Paumotuans, taking part in their daily lives.

Moreover, he tells of further adventures in the Marquesas Islands, and the reader meets once more Exploding Eggs, Vanquished Often, Daughter of the Pigeon, Seventh Man Who Wallows in the Mire, and others of those memorable figures that appeared first in "White Shadows in the South Seas."

Illustrated. Price $5.00

THE CENTURY CO.

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353 Fourth Avenue, New York City

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MAXWELL

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The admiration for the extraordinary beauty
and grace of the good Maxwell has deepened,
everywhere, into sincere respect.

Every community now knows-through the
medium of the tens of thousands of owners of
the new series-that the good Maxwell is all
that its great beauty promises.

Not only in the thorough quality of its body-
work and its fittings; but in the endurance,
economy and comfort, the robust reliability
and fine performance, which are unusual in
the average car of its price.

Cord tires, non-skid front and rear; disc steel wheels, demount-
able at rim and at hub; drum type head and parking lamps; wind-
shield cleaner, rear-view mirror; dome and instrument board
lights; Alemite lubrication; motor-driven electric horn; unusually
long springs; deep, wide, roomy seats; broadcloth upholstery;
clutch and brake action, steering and gear shifting, remarkably easy,

MAXWELL MOTOR CORPORATION, DETROIT, MICH. MAXWELL MOTOR CO., OF CANADA, LTD., WINDSOR, ONT,

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