November 11th, 1920 – Vol. 94 – No. 46

  • In The Absence of Mary Hortick, by J. Grace Walker, drawings by Harold Anderson
  • Norah’s Bright Idea, by Marguerite Aspinwall, drawn by C. Williamson
  • When I Acted a Mute, by E.B. Dirking, drawings by Harold Sichel
  • The War-Trail Fort, Ch. 10, The river takes its toll, by James Willard Schultz, drawings by George Varian
  • The Snowslide, by W.A. Bartlett, drawings by W.F. Stecher
  • Fact and Comment, The British Coal Strike, Our Protectorates, The Business Woman, The Russo-Polish Treaty, Hunger Striking, Testing the Breeds
  • Current Events
  • Memorial Trees, by Jeannie Pendleton Hall
  • Lost Opportunity, Transfer Patterns, Curtsy and Kiss, Mr. Peaslee on Heroism, An Adventuring Weasel, The Wrong Kingdom (George Belcher Cartoon), A Victorious King in Exile, The Whole Case For the Birds (from poems by Ralph Hodgson), A Test of Nerve, He Wanted a Full Trip
  • The Face of the Waters, by Louise Ayres Garnett
  • How Indian Summer Came, by Ellen Miller Donaldson
  • A Chord of Wood, by Celia Thornton
  • The Piggish Pig, by Abigail Burton
  • Those Pilgrim Children, by Arthur Guiterman, drawn by Wuanita Smith
  • “I’m patriotic as can be”, cartoon by Walter Wellman [Ed: I really don’t get what this is supposed to be!?]
  • Boys’ Page for November: Profitable Trapping (II. Skunk, Civet Cat, Opossum, Weasel and Ermine), His Recommendation, Tying a String Round a Package, A Way to Copy Prints, How to Develop Your Chest, A Moving Match Trick, The Game of Checkers (New Series)
  • Girls’ Page for November: A Puritan Party, The Hospitable Hour, Christmas Cards That Will Pay, Skiing for Girls, Then-and-There Thrift
  • Family Page for November: Choosing Garments (I. Textiles), Training Children to Obey, Cleaning a Clock at Home, A New Kind of Christmas Giving, Long Division By Addition, An Honest Exchange, The Useful Tin Steamer, How to Make a Doll House, The Godfrey Calla, The Farmer’s Girls, Fun For the Child Who is Getting Well, I-Me-Or-Mine, An Old-Time Game, City-Broke, How to Be An Invalid, A Place For the Children’s Rubbers
  • Lem, (by staff?), drawn by W.F. Stechen
  • Marasmus, The Talisman, Marquis Wheat, An Affectionate Jackdaw, Writing Himself Down an Ass, Poor Shooting!
  • Ivory Soap Flakes Full Page Ad, “Safe for Silks and All Fine Fabrics”