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TULSA DAILY WOULD, JULY 17, 1010.
A WOMAN WHO HIRES and DIRECTS 10,000 MEN AND WOMEN HER name is Hcnrita F. Ricd, and 10,000 men and women arc under her direction. Imagine it a woman managing director of one of the largest organizations in the world and vice-president of all its subsidiary companies! A woman consulted on all the company's affairs! A woman who moves quietly, un assumingly among men of Big Business, asking no lavors but commanding respect and admiration for her unusual ability. The rise of Henrita Ricd sounds like a fairy story. How did this brilliant Kentucky girl get her start? What is there in this wonderful woman's story which will help you to make a greater success in your present position? You will find the answers to your questions in Helen Christine Bennett's inspiring account in Pictorial Review for August. She calls it "A Woman of Big Business". It is another of Pictorial Review's big fact-stories of successful American women. 1 .1,1 It t 1 M- I . U I 1 . ft A ' 1 ' V I ! , A f rm: mms A 22,000 m , fi w Special Word Novel COMPLETE RCTION Number Five unusual short stories Martha Jibb, Expert in Efficiency, applies her commercial ability to the busi ness of getting a husband. Read "Marriage Limited" by Clarence Dudington Keiland. Does a terrible jealousy always prove a passionate love? Perhaps you have suffered like Emily Griggs in George Weston's ap- lulling tale, The One Who Was Left." Did you ever hear of a Scotch terrier aaving a man from a lion? There's enough thrill to last you a week in "Scotty of the Circus" by Courtney Rylcy Cooper. Do the colored men love to fight for Uncle Sam? You'll never ask that question after finishing that delightlul Southern idyl "Old Vanity" by Elsie Singrnaster. Having no eyes he still saw the light. Read how the vision came to a young man blinded in the war in Lucy Pratt's tenderly told tale "Bearing a Torch." Other special features Is Economic Dependence Demoraliiing? Helen Ring Robinson What Kind of Food Makes You an American? Helen Christine Bennett What the Office Girl Sa tf in France Jane Lee Summer kitchen methods What. When and How to Brine? - Rhea C. Scott Why Fireless Cookers Save Servants A. Dorrance How to Make Drinks with a Tinkle Ida C.B.Allen Remarkable paces of color pictures Portrait of Evangeline Booth "Treasure Island" a boy's dream Grace Drayton's Dolly Dingle Cut-Outs The Twclvctrccs' amusing kiddies The most dramatic, the most absorbing story of love and mystery ever published by a maga zine famous for its good fiction! Page after page holds you breathless! Iispti 1 .!jpjsisri immims&m i.a e is mm m m t i -w." l i m i i i b 1 WlLtJU This great Aufjst fiction number lives up to Pictorial Review's well-deserved reputation for fiction that is alwayi vigorous, stimulating, vital I mere was a bit of Grass in theBucklt k of her Slipper and in the Shrubbejy a man was lying JJead That man was Abner Banc. Who killed him? And where was tho packet of letters he was carrying? That was the mystery that baffled all Denver. Only one man knew who killed Abner Dane, and he couldn't tell. A woman's honor depended on his silence. He knew the dreadful secret held by the letters Banc had stolen. And Dane knew that he knew. Read this most thrilling mystery novel, the best wc have ever published. "The Packet of Letters" Dy WILL PAYNE You can begin this 22,000 word novel and finish it the samo day in Pictorial Review for August. Just the right thing for a sum mer afternoon under a shady tree. Think of getting a complete novel in one single issue of a magazine in addition to five other stories and a serial. Special August Fiction Number H n An! 1 1? Largest 20 Cent Circulation in The World