The Bystander, Apr 7th 1915. Magazine Devoted to Travel, Literature, Art, Drama, Progress, and Locomotion. £18.50 Out of stock. 0 in your basket View Basket Checkout This Issue contains 18 Pages, 36 sides, and has been taken from a Bound Volume and has the Binding Holes showing. The Front Page is almost Detached from the rest of the Magazine. Front Page is Called " To-day's Primrose Wedding" it is a Portrait of Lady Victoria Stanley, only Daughter of the Earl of Derby. CONTENTS. Bystander War Comments. - by the Editor. Full Page Illustration called - "The Brand of Cain" - Portraits of 3 Murderers of the Moment (marked with a cross). The Kaiser, Admiral von Tirpitz, and the German Chancellor. "Between Two Fires" - The Last Extremity of our Former Friend, The Turk. "In England Now" a Letter from "Blanche to a Cousin in the Colonies. Full Page Portrait of Viscountess Torrington. Full Page Sketch Called - "A Safe Draw". Their One Ambition - by A Medical Student. Christianity and the War by The Bystander. Full Page Illustration - Called "Misunderstood" by Thor. Double Page of Photographs - "Far from the Madding War" - Photographs of Americans interested in an Exposition and South Africans in Scenery. Art Moods in War-Time - showing My Kay Nielson's Novelties and the London Group. by Egan. This Page has a Library Stamp on it in the Top Margin. Fashion - The New Vogue by D.L.B. Full Page Photograph of Miss Viola Tree who is Playing Mrs Audley in "Dinner for Eight" at the Ambassadors Theatre. The Bosche-Trap. - A War-story without Words by the Well-Known Parisian Artist, M.Andre Helle. A New Comedy and some new Comicalities at the Ambassadors, - by Jingle. Sketches at the Ambassadors by Norman Morrow. "What the Germans Read" - by Verax. Books of the Week. by R.S. Advert for Johnnie Walker & Sons. "Somewhere in Flanders" - A Weekly Letter from an Officer at the Front, by Jack Johnson. Motoring : mainly Maritime. by Alex.J.Gray.