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are very good. The first is much the better of the two. In the second, "The Last Letter," the only fault is that the plot is unreasonable, if not impossible. By far the best thing in the number is "Jim," by C. A. Pierce. It is a story of a small boy who ran away from home and returned, like the prodigal son, to a much better reception than he had any reason to expect. The story is charmingly written. The poetry of the number is not above the average.

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