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With a most delicious flavor, made by a scientific blending of the best cocoa beans grown in different parts of the world. WALTER BAKER & CO, Ltd.



Established 1780

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Sample pair, Silk 50c., Cotton 25c.

Jailed on receipt of price.

GEO. FROST CO., Makers

Boston, Mass., U. S. A.


have been established over 55 years. By our system of payments every family of moderate circumstances can own a VOSE Piano. We take old instruments in exchange and deliver the new piano in your home free

Write for Catalogue D and explanaton


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Fifth Avenue & 37th Street, New York


Catalogue The 1907 Tiffany Blue Book or annual Christmas Catalogue, will be ready October 20th As heretofore the Blue Book contains no illustrations There are about 600 pages filled with concise descriptions and prices of jewelry, silverware, watches, clocks, bronzes, pottery, glass and other artistic merchandise An alphabetical side index gives quick access to the information

Holiday Announcement
Messrs. Tiffany & Co.'s holiday preparations
have been completed. The various depart-
ments are rich with new designs in jewelry of
every description. silverware and selections of
this season's choicest artistic objects from the
art centres abroad
Patrons are urged to place their Christmas
orders at once, while the stock is fresh and
contains many individual pieces that will not
be duplicated

Out-of-Town Service
Upon advice as to requirements and limit of price
Tiffany & Co. will send photographs, cuts, or
careful descriptions of what their stock affords

Goods Sent on Approval
to any part of the United States, to persons
known to the house or who will make
themselves known by reference from any
National Bank or responsible business house
Tiffany & Co. are strictly retailers. They do
not employ agents or sell their wares through
other dealers

To all persons at a
distance from trade
centres this Blue Book
is a great convenience,
as it conveys suggest-
ions and gives prices
of articles suitable for
Tiffany & Co. always
welcome a comparison
of prices, and the free-
dom with which the
minimum and maxi-
mum prices are quoted
throughout this little
catalogue is an evi-
dence that the house
as cordially invites a
comparison of prices
up on Fifth Avenue as
it always did in its old
home on Union Square
Upon application, a
copy of the book will
be sent to intending
purchasers without
charge by addressing
Tiffany & Co., Fifth
Avenue and Thirty-
seventh Street-Press

Fifth Avenue New York

Tiffany & Co. always welcome a comparison of prices

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. Eloise J. Roorbach... Plumed Weeds. (Ill.)... Virginia Garland

..317 Love That Lasts, The (Poem).. ..Charles S. Ross

.320 Two Representative Men of California (Benj. Ide Wheeler and Douglas Tilden)

(Ill.) Henry Meade Bland.

.321 Question of the Unemployed, The...... Austin Lewis

.337 Sonnet of Parted Lovers.

.Charlton Lawrence Edholm Greaser, The (Ill.)...

. Alan Owen My Mission (Poem)

Donald A. Fraser. In the White City.

Denison Halley Clift.

.352 Unwritten Song, The (Poem) .Charles S. Ross

.361 “Picturesque California,” an illustration....

.362 Thanksgiving (Poem)

Edward Wilbur Mason

.362 Lord of the Feast, The (Ill.).

.John L. Cowan

.363 Bad Lands, The (Poem) Margaret Ashmun

.366 Butte-The Heart of the Copper Industry (Illustrated.)

Helen Fitzgerald Sanders

L367 Reliable Fire Protection the Greatest Present Need of San Francisco.

Edwin Duryea, Jr.

.385 Youth to the Worldly-Wise, (Poem)....Marie Parish

.388 “Doing Business Without Skyscrapers in San Francisco, ” (Illustrations).

..389, 390, 391, 392, 393, 394 Tales of the Sea.. Arthur H. Dutton..

..395 Exiled (Poem)

.Charles L. Story

.397 City of Mexico, (Ill.).

.N. J. Manson

.398 November, (Ill.)

Eleanore F. Lewys

. 406 In the Realm of Bookland

. 410


All communications in relation to manuscripts intended for publication, business connected with the magazine, and drafts, should be addressed to the OVERLAND MONTHLY CO. and not to individuals on the staff.

THE OVERLAND MONTHLY, an Illustrated Magazine of the West. Entered as second class matter June 25, 1906, at the Post-office at Alameda, California, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.

We have established Northwestern offices for the OVERLAND MONTHLY at 33-34 Silver
Bow Block, Butte, Montana, under the management of Mrs. Helen Fitzgerald Sanders.
New subscriptions may commence at any time during the year.

Discontinuances.-Remember that the publishers must be notified by letter when a sub-
scriber wishes his magazine stopped. All arrearage must be paid.

Always give the name of the Post-office to which your magazine is sent. Your name cannot be found on our books unless this is done.

Contributors are requested to write name and address on first page of MSS., and on the back of each photograph or illustration submitted. It is also necessary that in writing to the magazine concerning contributions, the name of the article should be mentioned.

OVERLAND MONTHLY COMPANY, 906 Lincoln Avenue, Alameda Cal. 721 Market street, San Francisco;

Copyrighted, 1906, by the Overland Monthly Co.

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