This is the eleventh weekly issue of Midnight magazine, from October 28, 1922. This issue features an editorial by pioneer fitness guru Bernarr Macfadden titled “When Winter Comes.” In addition to short fiction, articles include one calling for the abolition of capital punishment and another about the adventures of a lifelong sleepwalker. [May contain mature or controversial content.]
Contents of this Issue:
- When Winter Comes (An Editorial by Bernarr Macfadden)
- What kind of a Husband will the Kaiser make?
- “Treat ‘Em Rough” (by A Flapper)
- My Midnight Hour with Gilda Gray (Regina Cannon)
- So Spake Sumner (Edgar F. Stone)
- Naughty New Orleans (Thomas Ewing Dabney)
- Confessions of a Sleep Walker
- Should a Wife’s first Husband Chaperone her Second Marriage? (P.L. Atkinson)
- Who has the Prettiest Nose in America?
- “Nothin’ to It!” (Margaret McIvor-Tyndall)
- What I Beheld in The Law’s Chamber of Horrors! (John W. Grey)
- The Heart of a Tinpanner (W. Carey Wonderly)
- Was He Guilty? (Arthur H. Howland)
- From the Underworld to Fifth Avenue
- The Sad Tale of George R. (Madame Pythagoras)
Publisher: Midnight Publishing Company, Inc.
Editor: Bernarr Macfadden
Issue: Volume 1: Number 11; October 28, 1922
Size: 9-3/8″ x 12-3/8″
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