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HE EXHIBITION OF THE NEW-YORK WATER COLOR CI.'JB NOW OPEN AT THE FINE ARTS BUILDING
By W. Verplanck Blmey.
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»rr- by no m< ans .<=<> frequent, In the best of
Ihese publications, :i> would be expected. And
*Vt(: those th:it are local arc- often easy to un
leretand. For Instance, take this supj
»fll' i;il notice- in "The Vait- Record," aLuut the
Yiki' junior "Prom.":
Tl.< committee are not r«:.-ponßible for in
jur ■' received In dancing. AX complaints must
NKW-YOKK TKIBUNE ILLUSTRATED 81PPLEMEKT.
fOUTKAIT OF MiSS II \K !'
By J.i in. a 11. O ,• r.
h- addressed to it," New Haven Shin Guards,
from whom the armor) is least d.
And this, fr«.ti, ih. same i aper:
' "*' That's iin mi, exiusi you are niaklnß
at.out .int'ng m> ,!;,.,. p
He I. v. -
Sl " *< ". I'll" n clih sn'i work.
■ .1 <-• t for the eolles*
comic papers last year was what might be
called the mock erewsome. "The Cornell
Widow- had a scries of v«rses of thla sort
about a certain six-year-old named "Johnny."
This was the first:
Johnny hanged his tittle sister.
Dm was dead befor* they misled her.
!■.;. John W-
Johnny's nlHis up to tritk?".
Am I he cute? He's only six.
The. series continued with vrrscs telling how
Johnny "with a bowie knife separated ma and
life," and how "John has gone ft— bad tc
worse, now his father's in a hearse." Finally
the editors offered a prize to Urn studfni «tii