depicts the story from "Beyond the Pole," by A. Hyatt Verill, wherein one of the fearful, lobster-like creatures is shown investigating the, to them, strange, human creature which has so suddenly burst into their domain.
"The Purchase of the North Pole," by Jules Verne, copyright 1911, by Vincent Parke & Co, (Parke, Austin & Lipscomb Co.)
In Our Next Issue:
THE MAD PLANET, by Murray Leinster. A tremendous Story by the author of "The Runaway Skyscraper," and a sure classic. This fascinating story tells how our planet undergoes a gradual change and becomes inhabited by giant insects,
powerful, gripping narrative. Do not miss it.
BEYOND THE POLE, by A. Hyatt Verill. The final instalment, wherein our explorer describes his further adventures as guest of the lobster-like race. Any number of surprises and scientific conclusions will be found in these chapters of the best new scientific story of the year.
THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU, by H. Wells. The final instalment, wherein we find the beast people at large on the island, and learn what happens to them when left to their own devices. As surprising an ending as you could wish for
with thrills that you follow breathlessly, and which you will never forget.
THE DIAMOND LENS, by Fitz-James O'Brien This is one of the world's classics. A story written years ago, but which retains its flavor to the fullest extent and brings in an exquisite microscopic being, the enchanting heroine of the story. This was crowded out of the September issue.
A DRAMA IN THE AIR, by Jules Verne. A little
known story by the famous author. It was one of
the first stories ever published by him, and while
it does not contain the great scientific interest of
his later stories it is considered a perfect gem by
followers of Verne literature.
THE SECOND DELUGE, by Garrett P. Serviss. A worthy successor to the story "A Columbus of Space." Although this story does not deal with interplanetarlan travel it is a powerful as well as gripping story of a second deluge, which visited our planet. Don't miss it.
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