Copy has 14 pages, 24 sides, it was taken from a Bound Volume and therefore has the Binding holes showing.
Front page shows a photograph of," A Jumping Jack-On the Tiles : Miss Gertie Millar in Bric-A-Brac," at the Palace Theatre."
Full page Article called "Motley Notes," by Keble Howard.
"Vanities of Valdes : Trench Jewellery." Full page of Illustrations called "Ear-Rings and Necklace of Shell-Splinters."
"Uniformly Successful : War Work and War Weddings." Full page showing Three photographs,- 1- Woman in Khaki : "Colonel" B. Hopkins, Leader of the Birmingham Branch of the Woman's Volunteer Reserve. 2- A Scottish M.P. Married : Mr. Ian Macpherson and his Bride, Formerly Miss Jill Rhodes. 3- A Gift of White Heather : Captain Ronald Campbell and his Bride, Formerly Miss Muriel Newcombe, Leaving the Church.
People Who Ought To Be Strafed. Full page Cartoon Illustration Drawn by G.E.Studdy.
Full page Article called "The Clubman." 1- A Happy Ignorance. 2- Christmas in the Ice. 3- Capsa's and Connoisseurs.
A Royal Holiday ; And An Inspection of Girl Guides. Full page showing Two Half Page photographs,- 1- H.R.H. Princess Mary on Holiday in Scotland : A Motor Trip to Ballater. 2- The Duchess of Marlborough at Wealdstone : Inspecting a Guard of Honour of Girl Guides.
Full page Article called " Small Talk." Together with photographs showing,- 1- Miss Agnes H. Thrupp : Engaged to Lieutenant Thomas Innis Farrar. 2- Miss Olive Lockwood : Engaged to Captain Claud Lambton. 3- Miss Dorothy Hunter : Engaged to Brian H. Bonham-Carter. 4- Miss Ruth Whiston : Engaged to Cecil W.M. Firth.
Peer ; Duke's Son : Belted Earl : In the Trenches. Full page showing Three photographs 1- From Castle to Trench : Viscount Powerscourt at the Dardanelles. 2- A Duke's Son at the Dardanelles : The Marquess of Tullibardine. 3- A "Belted Earl" at the Front : The Earl of Granard at the Dardanelles.
Full page Article by Marthe Troly-Curtin, - "Phrynette's Letters to Lonely Soldiers."
A Scotch-Irish Alliance : Wife of a Peer's Son. Full page portrait photograph showing Mrs Kenneth Mackay, Formerly Miss Joan Moriarty.
"In The Great World." Full page Article called Mrs. McKenna : Wife of Reginald McKenna, Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Noughty Man ! Maker of a £1,590,000,000 Budget. Full page photograph showing the Right Hon. Reginald McKenna, (Chancellor of the Exchequer,) with his Wife, on his way to make his War-Budget Speech.
Crowns - Coronets - Courtiers. Full page Article with the Following portrait photographs. 1- Lieutenant John H. Towers. 2- Mrs. W.T. Towers-Clark. 3- Miss Lily H. Carstairs. 4- Wedding picture of Major Donald Macleay-and Miss Pauline Grace McCraken.
Devilish. Full page Cartoon Illustration by Charles Crombie.
Full page Article called "Vogues and Vanities," by Carmen of Cockayne.
Forward ! Full page Illustration Drawn by Wilmot Lunt.
A Novel in a Nutshell. Two page Article called "The Mirror," by William Freeman.
Lo ! The Poor Timid'un ! Full page Illustration Drawn by H.M.Bateman.
Half page Artricle called "Woman's Ways," by Ella Hepworth Dixon.
Half page Article called "The Literary Lounger."
Full page Article called "The Woman About Town."
Half page Advert for Peter Robinson Ltd.
Full page Article Called "The Wheel and the Wing." 1- Budget Fears and Facts. 2- The Petrol Impost. 3- American Cars in England.
Quarter page Advert for Pope & Bradley.
Quarter page Advert for Sunbeam Moter Car Co. Ltd.
Quarter page Advert for Wood-Milne, Ltd.
A New Novel. : "The Insulted and Injured," by Fyodor Dostoevsky.