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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1912.'
Beginning November 24, 191 2, The
New York Sunday Sun
Will Add to Its Other Sunday Features
A beautifully printed magazine, brimful of Fiction and Special Articles by the most
prominent authors and writers in the United States, and illustrated by the leading
artists of America, will come to you for the first time with the Sunday edition of
November 24th, and twice each month thereafter.
Richard Harding Davis
Maurice Le Blanc
Grace Sartwell Mason
Grace MacGowan Cooke,
Mabel Herbert Urner
and many others
Howard Chandler Christy.
Charles Dana Gibson
W. T. Smedley
C. Coles Phillips
J. N. Marchand
B. Cory Kilvert
E. P. Upjohn
and many others
Hon. Champ Clark
Arthur I. Street
H. Addington Bruce
Edward Lyell Fox
C. W. Meara
Emmett C. King
and many otters
These Authors, Artists and Special Writers
are all contributing to the highest class ahd
highest priced monthly and weekly maga
zines published in the United States, and
their combined efforts, more than anything
else, have combined to build up these great
publications. We now offer this same class
of superior literature to you with our regular
Sunday edition twice each month. A glance
at the contents of the November 24th issue:
THE CAPTAIN OF THE SUSAN DREW
By Jack London
Illustrations by John O. Todahl
JACK-LONDON, the greatest American
writer of short stories, heads the list of con
tributors to this issue of The Semi-Monthly
Magazine Section. He presents "The Cap
tain of the Susan Drew," his latest and best
tale of adventure on the high seas. It is a
tale of an ocean liner wrecked in the Pacific.
The handful of survivors, drifting in an open
boat, are rescued by a tramp sailing, vessel.
The captain of the vessel is as brutaYlmd
grotesque a mariner as ever bullied his crew,
and is as mysterious a character as Dr. Jekyll
and Mr. Hyde. You will be no less astounded
at what happens to him than were the casta
ways whom he torments. There are three
vigorous illustrations by Todahl.
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THE DRAMA OF MY LIFE
Mukden: "The Bloody Sunday": Kron
stadt By Ivan Narodny
Illustrations by Wilson Karcher
The life of Ivan Narodny, revolutionary
leader and author-adventurer,' has been far
more eventful than fiction could ever hope
to be. Under the title "The Drama of My
Life" Narodny recounts his personal expe
riences on three historic occasions the four
days battle of Mukden in the Russo-Japanese
war, the notorious "Bloody Sunday"
massacre in St. Petersburg, and the capture
of the Fortress of Kronstadt by a band of
daring revolutionists led by himself. Wilson
Karcher has caught the spirit of the article
and illustrates it with all the intensity the
HYSTERIA IN CHILDHOOD
By H. Addington .Bruce.
An article that will interest every parent.
The author shows that the hysteria of chil-.
dren is a mental disease that can be pre
vented or cured, if older people will only
recognize its real character. Mr. Bruce re
counts several anecdotes from real life in
support of his theories.
HALF LUCK HALF ME
Editorial by Dr. Frank Crane
ALSO IN NEXT SUNDAYS SUN PICTORIAL MAGAZINE
Next "First Lady of the Land." Photographs just
taken and specially posed of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson
and her three daughters. A full page beautifully printed
in half tone.
Replanning American Cities. Designs which have
been prepared for their bcautification and which will
involve the expenditure of hundreds of millions of
Christmas Cards for Royalty. Reproductions of the
cards King George, Queen Mary, Queen Alexandra,
the Prince of Wales and Emperor William have ordered
painted for their exclusive use.
The unusual demand that will be made upon us for the November 24th Sunday Edition that contains this
great magazine will probably exceed the issue before a great many of our readers are able to get it unless ordered
in advance; so be sure to place your order in advance, either with us or your newsdealer.
The Date Is Sunday, November 24 Next Sunday