Alex the Great
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Alex the Great

By H. C. (Harry Charles) Witwer
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  • Along he comes with some dame he must have kidnapped from the Follies when Ziegfeld was busy countin' up the receipts or somethin'.
  • ALEX THE GREAT
    • BY
    • H. C. WITWER
      • Author of "From Baseball to Boches," "A Smile a Minute," etc.
      • ILLUSTRATED BY ARTHUR WILLIAM BROWN
        • BOSTON SMALL, MAYNARD & COMPANY PUBLISHERS
      • BOSTON SMALL, MAYNARD & COMPANY PUBLISHERS
      • DEDICATED TO RALPH T. HALE —EDITOR OF SMALL, MAYNARD AND COMPANY— MY PUBLISHER—BUT STILL MY FRIEND
    • Author of "From Baseball to Boches," "A Smile a Minute," etc.
    • ILLUSTRATED BY ARTHUR WILLIAM BROWN
      • BOSTON SMALL, MAYNARD & COMPANY PUBLISHERS
    • BOSTON SMALL, MAYNARD & COMPANY PUBLISHERS
    • DEDICATED TO RALPH T. HALE —EDITOR OF SMALL, MAYNARD AND COMPANY— MY PUBLISHER—BUT STILL MY FRIEND
    • CONTENTS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • Along he comes with some dame he must have kidnapped from the Follies when Ziegfeld was busy countin' up the receipts or somethin'. . . . . . . Frontispiece
        • I struck a match and he tells me they is 9,765,543 of them used in New York every fiscal year.
        • "She's going to marry me, she's going to marry me!"
        • She's knittin' a sweater for me that will prob'ly make me off her for life.
        • "How perfectly sweet! If you two only knew what a pretty picture you make!"
        • "Heavens!" says the vampire. "You must have worked all your life to acquire ignorance, for no one was ever born as stupid as you!"
        • When the dames cast languishing glances at his handsome form, he glared at them like an infuriated turtle.
      • I struck a match and he tells me they is 9,765,543 of them used in New York every fiscal year.
      • "She's going to marry me, she's going to marry me!"
      • She's knittin' a sweater for me that will prob'ly make me off her for life.
      • "How perfectly sweet! If you two only knew what a pretty picture you make!"
      • "Heavens!" says the vampire. "You must have worked all your life to acquire ignorance, for no one was ever born as stupid as you!"
      • When the dames cast languishing glances at his handsome form, he glared at them like an infuriated turtle.
    • Along he comes with some dame he must have kidnapped from the Follies when Ziegfeld was busy countin' up the receipts or somethin'. . . . . . . Frontispiece
      • I struck a match and he tells me they is 9,765,543 of them used in New York every fiscal year.
      • "She's going to marry me, she's going to marry me!"
      • She's knittin' a sweater for me that will prob'ly make me off her for life.
      • "How perfectly sweet! If you two only knew what a pretty picture you make!"
      • "Heavens!" says the vampire. "You must have worked all your life to acquire ignorance, for no one was ever born as stupid as you!"
      • When the dames cast languishing glances at his handsome form, he glared at them like an infuriated turtle.
    • I struck a match and he tells me they is 9,765,543 of them used in New York every fiscal year.
    • "She's going to marry me, she's going to marry me!"
    • She's knittin' a sweater for me that will prob'ly make me off her for life.
    • "How perfectly sweet! If you two only knew what a pretty picture you make!"
    • "Heavens!" says the vampire. "You must have worked all your life to acquire ignorance, for no one was ever born as stupid as you!"
    • When the dames cast languishing glances at his handsome form, he glared at them like an infuriated turtle.
  • ALEX THE GREAT
    • CHAPTER I
      • INTRODUCING ALEX THE GREAT
      • CHAPTER II
        • THE SELF-COMMENCER
      • THE SELF-COMMENCER
      • CHAPTER III
        • PLAY YOUR ACE!
      • PLAY YOUR ACE!
      • CHAPTER IV
        • DON'T GIVE UP THE TIP!
      • DON'T GIVE UP THE TIP!
      • CHAPTER V
        • YOU CAN DO IT!
      • YOU CAN DO IT!
      • CHAPTER VI
        • THE LITTLE THINGS DON'T COUNT
        • I struck a match and he tells me they is 9,765,543 of them used in New York every fiscal year.
        • "She's going to marry me, she's going to marry me!"
      • THE LITTLE THINGS DON'T COUNT
      • I struck a match and he tells me they is 9,765,543 of them used in New York every fiscal year.
      • "She's going to marry me, she's going to marry me!"
      • CHAPTER VII
        • ART IS WRONG
        • She's knittin' a sweater for me that will prob'ly make me off her for life.
        • "How perfectly sweet! If you two only knew what pretty picture you make!"
        • "Heavens!" says the vampire. "You must have worked a your life to acquire ignorance, for no one was ever born as stupid as you!"
        • When the dames cast languishing glances at his handsome form, he glared at them like an infuriated turtle.
      • ART IS WRONG
      • She's knittin' a sweater for me that will prob'ly make me off her for life.
      • "How perfectly sweet! If you two only knew what pretty picture you make!"
      • "Heavens!" says the vampire. "You must have worked a your life to acquire ignorance, for no one was ever born as stupid as you!"
      • When the dames cast languishing glances at his handsome form, he glared at them like an infuriated turtle.
    • INTRODUCING ALEX THE GREAT
    • CHAPTER II
      • THE SELF-COMMENCER
    • THE SELF-COMMENCER
    • CHAPTER III
      • PLAY YOUR ACE!
    • PLAY YOUR ACE!
    • CHAPTER IV
      • DON'T GIVE UP THE TIP!
    • DON'T GIVE UP THE TIP!
    • CHAPTER V
      • YOU CAN DO IT!
    • YOU CAN DO IT!
    • CHAPTER VI
      • THE LITTLE THINGS DON'T COUNT
      • I struck a match and he tells me they is 9,765,543 of them used in New York every fiscal year.
      • "She's going to marry me, she's going to marry me!"
    • THE LITTLE THINGS DON'T COUNT
    • I struck a match and he tells me they is 9,765,543 of them used in New York every fiscal year.
    • "She's going to marry me, she's going to marry me!"
    • CHAPTER VII
      • ART IS WRONG
      • She's knittin' a sweater for me that will prob'ly make me off her for life.
      • "How perfectly sweet! If you two only knew what pretty picture you make!"
      • "Heavens!" says the vampire. "You must have worked a your life to acquire ignorance, for no one was ever born as stupid as you!"
      • When the dames cast languishing glances at his handsome form, he glared at them like an infuriated turtle.
    • ART IS WRONG
    • She's knittin' a sweater for me that will prob'ly make me off her for life.
    • "How perfectly sweet! If you two only knew what pretty picture you make!"
    • "Heavens!" says the vampire. "You must have worked a your life to acquire ignorance, for no one was ever born as stupid as you!"
    • When the dames cast languishing glances at his handsome form, he glared at them like an infuriated turtle.
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