Newspaper Page Text
THE SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1913.
WRITING IS LITTLE
TO HER 'SIDE LINES'
M. HhMkioIi Works
IVii"f, Homo T,lfe. iiml
i"MHM) IS HKK AIDH
ilxi' tin- Pictures
'n' Writ in Text
II "mc'Ii. who Ii:ih several
111.' It,lllll NtlltcM
l unv In Nov York c,..
' tlii American
I" r "In tin- l'oofi(.i.x of
" ii- I .Inn" nn,i "nibU-
' ' .Ml-. Knlhiich's llt!t visit
" . f-.r cevcral otir.s nun
' ' .l,i'.. i"a with her i, m.
' ni "f health. Ami later!
I'urnillI lliey visited .
i'le llltl.. Statin of Mllltlll'UNtlTH
' Mil., tl) 4tiii ti,n,.
- -Ii- will. m: .mil In. Ret.
1 ifx i-unii'iii.
' '! il nl.-s cunUKh lllil( tn
l.ifwii (is II iilt'.s.,ltu,
UnlluiOII. l,t. .,, tMI1y
ii lii'ilnv, has plenty ,,'f
' pu'.lir IntcrestM and
She Vllls nsl.cd III,. ollliT
" - 'n.. of tlirin .mil t!u
v. , .(.!., II...I.
i m. nr.. r i.f thi Lm;llsh So-
! ... ?Ut' s.ii.1, ",,f (I,,.
l'i.- liuiiil .uil-Viv Isoctlmi
' i I u..i k inr tin- picivntluu
uniumtH n,.t only In llnc
w 1 " 1 1 v -r I ilml myself In my
I imlly I'm taklm; part
- i. Ii n society In Mnrneoi,
i. -t. tl tin- inlnHtrr of ih..
i is In T.mclirs tvvn enrn
n im loinmittop or the
t Moeiu, m lound
I' ' a to combat
lack of ,
a t unny and national life.
ii " nf the l.eamie of Ih"
.!!) aimlmj nt promotm!;
' .sun.iim; petween Ihmlaml
'..n'- .s nml alllllate.l with Dm
I ' i". i am Keenly Inter
ih. .ia, ,. in.nement nml In
t ri niliy relations between
in.l i nnaii) .
s tip- books hnvo written I
" i' ntlv tontilbuled to the tol
Die tl arid, tip; liniln Mini, the
tititih, and my articles
') uiwas liliihtraled with
in.ido a sneel.il vio.i.- ..e I
s ,.r .1... , : .'. I
i mo i .. .
am an honorarv inoioi.. r ,.r
i.im.it.p of the Dalmatian ami i
...x'lib.tii.n to be held in Vienna I
I May. When in lluncary my litis.
and I w.ie entertained by Count
I'oiniiss Lon.vay lex-i'rown I'rln-
'..nani" of Austria and il.tuuh
' Dm Kini; of the ltelsiaii'i and
n Ai'ii Apponyl. ex-Minister
In. it... n, who has visited America
e.'.ircd on Knrnpenn pohtu"
s Moll I. h S '111 '111.' KnotMeps of
ud t'n ur de Linn'' is a notable
St.- had the id. a of writing it
im.- i mie. Her home is in x
)m uli.-leiit city of Ills birlh. Sh"
- i.-il Cjpius, where ltii hard
i 'i.s ii. in. L.rciit'al'ia of N.i
had .-.en the towers of luit
i wh.re tradition su)s tin- cap-
K ni; was discovered by the fuitll--i
l l:i. hi 1. 1; ami when Mm left
i.i f..l ow the footsteps of Imt I
i ii i l.and Stic sullen, ns no
in .M.iiMilies, and followed his
I v v.tv of Sicily, even to visiting
- m l ..f Ithodc.s.
'..i.i.1i wrote the book In Ox-
my sroiid fortune." she says.
' i.Tlltlletleed th" W(il1 to Inok
m an Dxlonl window, hard by
I I '
s M. 11..11.1I. tn tin- Biay old
"f S'. Maty Mamlaletm ilsinK
-.ui. n' i hull hyard, and tn look
w.ili Int.iist kindled by bavins
l Ir.iu Mr. I'alooimr Madan
. ..II. l.m Library and Oxford His.
s iy mat this .church still
ne .tales, ,v Die deslsil of Dm
.i and Star upon its parish seal.
"i -.f its Ki'. aie.st parishioner and
i , . .
i tnv privjlees. tn I." shown that
i ..f i be bulldim; where the stone
the twelfth century is sllll
whole Queen Klcanor save birth,
member S. 1157. to Dm prince w ho,
' of ikttactors of many nations,
if'er a lapse of snven centuries,
n men's minds us tho embodi
'f valor siimnied tiyi in his nick-
if Lion Heart."
1....1, "IJililu Ways In llible Lands"
vv nut of the Kini; Klelmrd book,
I'.ib.uh and her husband had in-
i.i inmbino their two arts In
1 . ..Jif ,. ,1 f,,r .hen,
' ii. way worked Itself out for them
. -ii nny visited tlm iiiiuo couniry
'i ilu- how unchanged Dm customs
i"- row from )) hut they weio in Mb
1 ' i.in.s. Mrs. Holbach explains;
1. , ,i I ridden from Luxor onn blue,
f t n. r dnv In midwinter towaid thn
'1 - ,.f the Kings. The early morn-
j was perfection, toward noon thej
r ' le.Himo scorching tho sand ne-
-i'i uir fent caught and reflected
ti. v radiance of the sun, so tlmm
vi- i.rin comfort in miii helmets or
u ' .las.
v. a.l ridden for hours n1 had,
f fir to go to reach the grateful
e.s ,.f our hotel when suddenly
v . ...me lo n great bluff of sandstone
ri sheer out of 111" desert, and
v ourselves from Dm saddlo be-n-
'i I.s gral. -till shade. 'Tlm shadow
' li nt inch In a weary land' Hashed
1. mv mind and almost escaped
' ,.p- but not iiulte: I was still nhy
' ounilng thn Itllilo beforo strangers,
1 'id soiun holel ucquuintancos, a l.nn
l .11 1 1. M ini- and his xvifn wpr with us,
el to., ilnclor ulteifd tlins.i beautiful
vnne. nf Ihn I'fialmlst as ho entered
t . si,i,iw of tho rock.
'It w.i a hundred Incidents like this
t! at vv 1 in tlm inspirations of this Ut
t'e vnluilU.', it is nn iiUcmpt i show
t' iiiiehaugliigness of the Last nnd to
ie'eh for those wlio cannot visit Ulblo
Ur.ds nn.) InndHcnpea tho penpli) nnd tho
ei1nitiii that our MuMcr diovv Upon te
"In Diis nttempt .1 have been nhly
I'cnnried by mv husband's pholonraphle,
rt Indeed 1 nlnn-d to wrltn a Iltlln
'" rouud his pictures, but thomjU
Whip scrnei nro In be wit netted every
In) when )uii me nut pursuing llictn
l'li ii fiitnora by a sttiuice cutilrnr.
noss thry ,.nilr. ynil when ynlt fit nut
Willi n camera In iliMlnitc puisiill, en
thouith lh,. .mm riHiiiR hchlnd the Mount
til I ill. u ...1. ...... r ...
. i.n. iii loiiini lis in nur ne.is
in .li.iii.'.iliin nml vvo, hiTiinii. familiar
flitnies nt t. , y p.,,,,., v. luiv we I
waited In ivalch the stream of life
lli'W In from Dip country nml hack i
fimit the town, nur illllitcneo was m-l ill- 1
w.ivs i..v,'irip(, nml v, ndly toilcclrd
when Dip tim0 came for ilpiartuii Dint i
vnr iniiM! .(. uP0Ilt ln pal,,,,,!,,,. ,,,
tain a leprosontntlvo collection of pto.
lures llliiKtratliiit Hiblp tots mid Last
Tn customs mentioned In th.- Scrip,
LAURENCE HOUSMANS NEW BOOK
"Klnil .liitin or .Iliiunl..." tlif s(nr
f ii Milliard. muiei.llles,
Lutilcnco Ilniinn.iii, th,- i:ni;lili
iiuilinr. ui'll known m d, , oiiihi for
nis ".n I'.'uiillsiiui.Miiiirs i..
Ill'l. 1. I ll'I'S."
liiih t'lmm-iM to In. liiM imst v.iliiitilo
" in k. ii. is a lip w hook aiiiiounocil hv the,
II. "lis utiuYr Dip alluilm; tlih. of "Kim;
li'lm of.llim-.do: Tin. Si..r of a Monarch !
In lll!lculiliM." .Mr. Iloiismati. who Is i
.M ars o!.l. iinin.irrlril, ami n ih mtihI- I
ant of ih.. family of Sh- Kram ls Prakp,
poonis. plaxs ami micls ' '
II. U. IMII. ISIlOll OI!.OV f..!.-.. 1
It- NhMrps a housp win, i,n s,,n,
Miss (I.ni..nc.. Iloiisnian. who h,. says
Is- a li.itir wilier Hum hlins-If. llionuh
fjll- Ii.m ....II t ... .. . ..
A. I-: lloimuiiii. who... i i. ...
I i"!. A Mitopiltp .,i,." h Mi, i
a mi urn r .i-hlevem. nt In :s,. tVan
. nyihlnii ho Iiiiiim If has dmip Indeed.
hen .Mr. Ilonsinan's Judpnient Is hups.
Ihuieil In this matter, by critics or
others ho tan make IiIiiim If cstlomelvi
When "An lluulishwoinan's l.ove
l."tt.is" w.,s published It was nt-l
trlbuted by (!. eritics lo most of th"
proiulnent IhiL-Hsiiuom. ,,.,.i i
"f the ,l. Inclinllm,' i.i.een V., torla. 1
.Man.. ion-Mi, sir.., .lU-o .M-.nel nml
M.'inaid Shaw. It wus Micces.fully
I'liaicd In this countiy and ma.le th"..
foriun.-s of a doWI's dozn of American
pllbllshei.s without brinu'lm: Dip iiuDior
plolll what.-...er. In order to rid
hiin.-p f of Hi,
I'als.- popularity thus nc
H.l).. the author has been
oiiired. as he
as a writer of noeN
ior a number of .wars, d-votlm; the
Dine thus saved t,, the woman siirfrnKe i
tnoveinenl. of t, i... i. . .
" "' "ii artieni I
siiiuioiiei- ... ,.i f..,. ,. 1.1..1. i... ... . :
H,s enemies w.siYhlm to enter Par- I
llameoi i.oi i, i... .. . .. , . i
, o of mii'.ik. nrtfi i
,., " ,' , ' """"" "'nor; nmi in
kin.. -I..I-,, i.r i .. . ..
- .iiim.nu. ne nas wruien'
mi uii.uk on Dm i:m;lMi political
Ostein which shows Dial Im does not
r.mird inemb.-iMlnp ..r rarll.im.nt ns
compatible with p. rsonal hoimr or lnde
pcndctice of character.
" iiuiuii .Mr. llousian
.-t and lllusliaior of hooks He be-
b.v li.lural evolution
on.) aft r Im had
tmu in black and
stablNhed his reputa-
whlte. He sllll oe.
caslonaily Illustrates his own books,
especially his fHrv tales.
He dislikes beliyr phnKm-rajihed nnd It
Is only with dlttlculty that his friends
lean Ket f-nnpshots of him: while to Dm
professional photourapher he luvntrril.lv I
. in-. -, ii .-nunc. in coiiM iillence onlv i
incidental an. I ratio r amateurish
r.eonls of him exist u hates helm;
Interviewed, il.-olunm; th.it interviewers
ale Intellectually Incapal.le of repeatlnK
truthfully what Is said to them, and for
that hllMltl refuses to r-r..,-., ... '
- -in ..ill. I II .1
and have his opinion publiclv mis. ,
l"pte.sent.il He l.elieves that his books '
i are a better means nf cnmiiiunlcitlnK !
I to Dm public the thini,-.- which he thinks '
wot Di savin. ;
! Twn of his plays have been cennred '
I l l.-n.rln ... I ... . . ..I
,, , , ,
' 1 ..K....I.-. IIIM1 me
inis anil I .-na II IPs. t.eenos..
ii was loo truthful n study of the char.
acter or Klnc Ueorse IV. and of a mval
.scandal of ninety jears iiko.
Ills work hhows a curious transfer
..I interest in Its development from
le.l ... II. 1 . . . .
."ni 1 -c Kiiiiunu' wiin
imeins nf a mvstical character and
mK.-niiary 1111.1 ideniistic tnles. he )m
tnme tn write nf ninderu life and affairs
to Dm point, In his new novel, of dire. Ov
nttncklni,' the iiptltutlnns of Cnvern
nmnt and monnrchy In its present fnrm.
linked, had "Kinw John" been pub
lished In Cermany It probably would
have been suppressed by Dm authorities
and Its author committed to prison,
In spue ,,f nils modern dev. lopment,
Mr. HoiiMiinn remains n mystic nnd
something of .vhermlt. Ho looks for
ward to tlm time when he can drop
politic nnd polite society nnd retire
to the simplest and most natural coun
try life far from town nnd the noise of
PAYNE ERSKLNE'S NEW BOOK.
inthrrn Anlhnr Wrllea n w KnB
When n novel called "When the nate
j Lift I'p Their Heads." bv r.iynn Krs-kliu-,
appealed eleven years nco It
",u,,"1 Ktofin or comment because nf
,.,.. ..... ,
-' (u-nu.'j III
I the South. The storm soon subsided.
I however, nnd nothing was heard of
tins author until "The Mountain Cilrl"
nppeared last year. This hook proved
to be a delightful picture of life In Dm
mountains of North Carolina nnd It has
been so popular with renders that a
rirteenth printing Is announced.
Payne Krsklno is now Identified ns
Mrs. ICmmii I'ayno Krsklne. n talented
nnd cultivnted woman who had formerly
been u resident of Itnclne, Wis., but
who has recently made her home) in
North Carolina. Mrs. Krsklno Is Dm
daughter of nn English nrt!stvvhocnm
tn Ameiica from tho .Hhakespearo coun
try nnd married a descendant of thn
Puritans nnd French Huguenots. Tho
nutlior was reared in trim Knullsh
fashion, seeing much of hooks but littlo
of tie wor'.i beyond her own home.
Her . .., mv along literary nnd nr
l list le lines, nml from early girlhood Mm
lihow as well us wrote. Kinco her inur-
rlage. though Mm Is entirely devoted to
I her famll), she has continued to rind
1 thni) for Iiteraturo and nrt. nnd tier
gifts as nn essayist, a story writer, a
poet nnd n reader nre well known ln
solu! nnd (dub circles.
Ilw success of "Tho Mnuntnln Cilrl"
spurred .Mrs. Nrskine's ambitions, nnd
lu her now book, "Joyful Heathtrby,"
sho has chnnged her scenes to J'nvv
Knglnnd. "Joyful Heatherhy" Is i story
of present day llfo nnd presents In IIh
heroine, according to tho publlMierH, "a
riirn tharncler, whosn nature Is so odu
unled nnd foi llflcd by lis Insilnellvn
cntnprehenson of beauty and puodness
that nothing can hurra It" '
THIS CONTINENT TO
i GET MEDITERRANEAN
Piimiinii Ohm I Will Uriiia"
ilibeim Ports 15m
STKIMIK.V nn.VSAIS VIF.WSl
t'lili1 Will tiimiilv
I HMlli Will Mlpl
Il'.'llllslllp I'lll'l of lect hail ilehts from thop hnnlup C!ov I
. , "rniiiputs It should ho (aken by us us'
till' I' lit tll'O. n iluty to try to (.pt hold of wmie money
f'r them. So why not Invest mhiip '
niotipy In a loan to lie, (!m eriini. nt '
Stephen ..na', whose book "Tlin I tllf, 1,;u'k H 1 by superMslns; local I
.Unrlt'Hti MpiIllprrnneHn" Iihk Just ueen ' "P'rall..n ror a while ami see that the
nubllMiHii. has recently nrrlNed In town ,ruo c,,su""' l"-lHs are turneil om r
from tho scoiiph of his book ami has " t,lrt 'i''ynimput Ihmp.uI of a few
Winn Inleresilm; thlmts to say in ",nl craftltu; barons? This was trle.l
Kiir.l t i that countr or mtintrlp nml1"1 J'1" CH"A " s,inl" l"inlnito nn'l
the Possibilities oi.cnln up Mr. Ron-
sal hn been vlsltlns tlm WVst Indian
inlands nml th" Souih American coun
ti'Iis on Ih" walerfronl f( emii. twenty
J'Pir. ami has a uml backBriiunil
HUiilnsl which to plaro hs opinion i't
P"-"i" ila comllilons.
The most of our Ideas c"iicrrnlne Dip I
Caribbean world," hn .Iil. "aio out nf I
a lot of chancrs an
Kolnir to be broncht
about 1.' Dip openlnpr of ihn Panama
Canal. Dn.. chanires nre Kolnsr tn bp
ureater I'lau uutlclpated.
"In Dip llrst place, as lemirds fuel, It
l oonsld. led a Mr Item that coal het.
may in. purchii.-id for t'i a ton. its
iisnhin ?". at Sue:', but In twenty ).nrs
there will be no coal frelshters but oil
frelcluers Wlun epls inn cairy oil
down where Die water ballast now Is
cnn'.ed tliev can cairv l'..oim pounds.
tiny now carry U'.omi. And
nloiiu MHorn Mexico nr the greatest
I oil fields In the world.
i "So )oil see that even though the
'Ctrlbbenn world Is twenty years behind
Dm times of to-day. Mill In th" ki 111 tic
I ship period, we nr.- Just as much ln
hlinl the times In riallKiniT posslblllti. s
.when we calculate from the i o.U
a slrateitk- value, but will also ntlraci '
in" i .111.1 v an ii win i in oihv see i
comm. rt. solnc to Dm Last. iiiomi
potts whero theie nre now
... . .
a ,lry wi" "" "
Xh1 "V"1'-'' KTfat "Mar- TI"J
natural leMiurci s of those countries of
Anp-rlc'i ftnntlm; on the waste oi
Dm 1'aclnV ' '. ean were of no couinn r-
clal value becati-'e ton far reinoved from
all currents of travel."
Mr. Iious.ll mi5 Dial one of Dm ev
traordlnary points In the ltuntIoii Is
thn lack of capital Investment on Dm
part of AiiK'i lean-, usually anxh us to
take advnniai;.. of u new opportunity.
In comp.iilson with Dm Canadian nnd
Clernian Intel est dlspla)ni. He Dilnks
It may bo due to the American un
willingness to wait for ifturns, n trait
which Is not poss-essed by the (ler
muns, who have settled iiuletly and un
ostentatiously, but who hold the finan
cial and commercial situations ln Dmlr
'Tor instance," t-a'd Mr Ronn:, "Mmro
Is the caso nf one well known American
Ann which fent down thlrty-threo
ynunc Americans and distributed tin tn
anions their ofiices in Latin America.
They wero coIIpkp bred )nun? fellows,
hut not kimwlm; Dm lamriMit" or local
conditions they wer. virtually no kooiI
thn llrst year. Hy the end of the third
year only three out of the oricinal
thirty-thrpe remained They were tho
sort who wouldn't stay in uncnncenlal
surmiindini.'s unle?s n million was In
pi'i. .l-l lie'., till- .11.11.. l,lltll
Hut the Hermans do not work that
I w-nv. Their employees aro tlrst trained
In Dm home ntllce.i nnd learn conditions
besides they nr.- as n rule bet- 1
ter educated than Americans nnd eom 1
ivvi.n a w.irKintr Know ei 1:,. or t hn.
I'll. ,1-.. Tim . r, 1...I..I.... I. ,
. ..... .,.,1., 1.1, 1 11 on lies I Ilia I
tln.1ncl.1l deallnus with tlm natives, and I try tn tlnd vvnrk lived over in the dls
the natives trust Diem They recelv.i ! trlct wlilih I have described in Dm
i native money In their hanks and then!
lend It nut iiKnin. Th)' nr.. content !
with small returns and are patient. And
now we mut do nil our hanking, carry
n nil our cntnnu-rclal transactions
thlotiL'h Dm Gi-inian bank.
"There is never an urder then for an
American pr.nluc. whether it bo for
twenty pluughs made up horn In Syra
cuse, .-x. t , or something ! but that
wimn urn payment passes through tho
Clerninu bunk nnl.s urn mad.i of tho
transaction, Dm product nnd tha tin
tires. Then word is sent homo to ter
inuiiy, anu ir mat Demand can be met
vritn Herman product nt n slightly
smnuer nguro thst la tho end of Die
American article nt that selling point."
Much was nindo over our tr.ido op
portunities with the Chlneso Kmplre,
0111 ;ur. iinnsai Is nf tho opinion that
thero Is hardly any mora sold to tho
Chlneno Kmplro than to Porto rtlco
alone, if our opportunities fr cora-
tnnrco with the other Islands wero d
veloped ho thinks that our business In
tho Caribbean would exceed in valus
twenty time what we hope to sell to th
far kb si.
"New Orleans seems to b the. only
ono awake," ho said, "to possibilities in
this business centra. New Orleans Is
comparatively closo by, and yet the,
West Tndles are no further nway than
Milwaukee Is from New York. And
thero undoubtedly is going to bo busi
ness for somebody when thn Carlbbenn
world one morn ets on Dm map by
having a world highway go by her
Ho recalled how that rart of th
wot Id, asleep and slmnst entirely for
k;ottn, was revived on onit account
nlono whan a Capo Cod skipper soma
years ngo began carrying homo basket
of fruit to his friends,
"Cnpt. linker found that his fresh
fruit wis well liked," sntd Mr. nonral,
"and started n busInnsH in a small way
at llrst. To-day, from that beginning
tho United Fruit Company owns and
opnrates a hundred steamers nnd does
u hundred million dollar business. Of
cnurso they didn't eximrt nlone; thoy
carried back cnnnrl fruit to tho na
tives. "As I sold before, wh aro, because of
our national temperament, unwilling to
work at small profit and tn work out
tho dntalls; wo will consont to be ax
porters or importers, but w leuva It
to tha willing Oermnns to bo distribu
tors, to mak money distributing Ameri
can gocsls, to learn Din trim situation
and to advise In thess regards back
home. Our Information comes through
a Oovsrnnient bureau, the I'an. A.n,.rl.
can Bureau, which may inakn smim ac
ouraU sutementa but muld never ba
" VIEWS. "AND
pp.'p.il lo mill," nil thn' roulil be.
For M lis fty liniuro It has tn sa
1 me.' llilncs nlmilt nil Dip Iwciily.nrip lit-
tin I'nwfifi that imikp up Dn I 'arllihcan
world. So nil Dip nrtual fuels ti(.vr Kt-t
Mr. Ilonsal lncllnps intlur fmorably
In SecfPtnty Knox's "ilollur illplonmry,"
nml thinks Dm oxppilnu.nl In Sajito
Diimlnuo was not such n. hail onp.
"Illplomaiv hn alwa.va been thi
! hnmliualil of conimrrcp." he salil, "Ami
I of coulee it hail to be spun to that
American Imprest wcrti prntpclpcl anil
Kiit a iii.iro ileal.
As In Dip Dominican epetlinpnt, It
sppum m. moiH than fair ami siiuiit", In-
,111mm, that ir wp ar,. nolim t hail
1 ,1,J Al"nr"" Ifttltiu over the hi nils or
f(),en nations who want to trv to
' ' "l l" l" "'"""lacllon of all
concernpil except Dm Ki'Hflets
Tim iiuilinr. who has lived much dur.
Ink' Dip last twenty years In Latin '
Atifrlea, considers Din pcopln charm
Inp, DioiiKh hn thinks Americans ns a l
ruin urn n bit loo stringent In rcuard -to
the color line, nml evidenced Din Incl
dent of n certain Vice-1 'resident of a
Latin Americnn Hoverimient who ome '
soucht amoni; New Vorlt hoiels for
Indu'lnc ln vain Also, ho s.ivj. the
country has becomp. tlirmmli Fanita
tlon, ll,ii:,. nnl pleasant
"True." lip raid, "under th I-'reneh
from 30 to pi per cent, of ih canal'
workers died. Hut n.nv thero nr.. i;o.
aon American". Ihlni; and woiklnc ,n
hip same place, apd nmnnc them Iat
year Dm datll rate wn less than In
Now VorK city."
REPEATS ATTACK ON BOSTON.
llnle ns Iter llonU Ones
j resent I 'im.l l Inns,
Much ferllm; has been nroiip.t ln
Itoston over certain portr.uals of con
ditions then- In Louise I'losser Hale's
new novel, ' Her Soul and Mod)." Th"
story lias to .lo with Die iiih.nliiios
nml inlsadv til in es thai befall a country
pirl who comes to lowu In study danc-
im; and imili, and Die I'.-.stoiilans pro-
. test that ll ennnnt l Unit nlrls of this
t.vpe could have such i xperiences.
lint Mis. Hale thinks otherwise nnd
with a t.ilrly umul naum for doim; so:
for she herself .ui.-.-, and tint s.i many
vears ami. was a cnuntry Klrl and went
tn Itoston io study music. And she
maintains that, whatever the natives
may i. she knows what she has
written about, for all Dm cnuditinns and
man) of Dm characieis vvei- drawn
"And. )es." sin- said, "I mlitht ns
well mv that snine nf the incidents
happened tn nm mv.-eir. Not that tlm
story Is nuloblou'iaphlcal. althoiuth I
llnd that, let one ilale write a story
In nn nutnblncraphleal fnrm, Dm stnry
Is Immediately In-raided ns a iiersnnal
history especially If tho writer Is con
lieUo.l with tlm since. 1 have u.-d
parts of personal experience In this
book, .lust ns T used parts of my own
Lmdnn experience In "The Actress.'
but there Is u ureat deal more that is
not nulnbloKiaphy In It than that Is.
"Nnt Dial Dm mnt nf It Is not Due
to actual lite and fact. People here
exclaim In honor Dint such thltiKS
mild not happen, nnd mention Dm
places whiih look out for the welfare
nf hnnmless Hlrls, but nll lemetllber
that that Miss Itlcliardsnn who was killed
was HvltiK in a V. V. ('. A. house. That
case Is a recent one. I don't know, of,
i nurse, just what Die conditions nm
tn-dav. They may be much better than
they wer.i when 3 was sludvlm: In
llostotl. anil 1 sineerelv linne so M
story is srt. yon know.'nbnut twelve or
llf teen ears ntu.
"At tieu , n, ui,,.i...,, ..iri.. 1
ine poor mrls who came lo Die cltv to
book. A strict divided it. like a wall.
from the utmost respectability: but
there the girls sunn learned that all the
working women had side methods of
piecing out their meagre incomes.
"It took ins a long time to discover
tho exaa position of Mr. - in ray
landlady's household. Tho other day
when my company was playing In Uu
ton 1 walked over to tho old neighbor
hood and rang Dm bell of my old board
ing house. - came to the door, but
she didn't recognl;:e me.
'"Why. don't you remember me?' I
asked. "Louise Clnsser'."
'"'ih, lmlse,' she said reproachfully,
'how could you go and write such awful
things about nm in your book?'
"She pretended to lie hurt and dls.
pleased, but 1 think that In 'her heart
sho was proud of having been 'put In a
'While T was there a great friend of luck fourteen yearn to tlioe'po.h of nur '
hers camn In. And this was tho woman war witli Spain. At that limn nil Amen-1
who, you remember, ent Missy homl'a"H living in Kiiros. vvero having ,1
when Dm girl come, to till nn 'entertain-! I1''"1 ,i,n" ,f '!? 1111 "' "' 111 IV''' i" whose !
menf engagement at her liouse for
another gl, I not knowing the nature of
her house. 1 had good reason for re-
memberlng her, for that ndventure of
Missy's was drawn from personal ex-1
Mrs Hale who .hines en,,.y , her
two professions ns actress and author
and works Indefatigably nt Ikith. says
that Mie had for a long tlum hnd u In .
Iier mind and heart to write a story on
"Pvt. wanted to write something
which would show that the country girl
-by nature or training or inherency or
something else- is not fitted for city
life, for sho most assuredly Is not. I
don't know whether sho lias been too 1
carelessly brought up. or whether s'hs ,
1 nm us 11110 ill nnro in llio city llaliied 1
1- ... . . ... .. .. 1
... , 1, ecu, oil u-liljiiniuill.
"it is a fact Dial Dm cnuntry girl Is
moro carelessly brought up, U11 you
know Dm vvav of llfo of small com
munities'.' I do; I grew up In a littlo
town of flin middle West, (llrls take
It ns a matter of cour.o to 'spoon' and
IMitlclpalo in oilier such cheap
plcnsuics. II means no harm to them
nnd no harm mmes lo them from It,
Hut lu Dm city things are different:
they soon find that out, City girls
grow up In Dm midst of these different
conditions and early learn to take caro
of themselves. I tepeat that Dm coun
try girl Is mil filled fur being suddenly
throw u mi her own resources in a big
Mrs. Hale's energy lm nlwavs been
a mailer of wnutleinmnl tn Dmn. who,
know ail thai she dues. Itilsy enough In
eeli nf her proesslonu hs iuo.h nonle
would be lu either uMle she vet finds
urns, to travel extenalv ely fur iilsuur 1
A great story and one which must surely
win for its author a high place among
the novelists whose work endures, -from
the Roslon Tianreripl's London Literary Correspondent.
The Happy Warrior
By A. S. IV!. HUTCHINSON
THOSK wlio lmvo read this now novel by the author of "Once
Aboard llio I.uujht " prodiet thai it will bo as jurat
a success in this country as it is in Knpland. Three
printings before publication were necessary to fill
advance orders. The plot of "The Happy Warrior" is un
usual, its love interest is sweet and pure, and there is a fihL
of which it may truthfully be said that there is nothing more
virile ami tense in literature.
SO MR EMILY EXCLlSIl OI'IXIOXS
The mitstmnlitii: nnvi-1 of the- season. VmiT, London.
"The Happy Warrior" is it hook in a million. London Moniimj l',nt,
A vrry remarkable anil a ery inipressie novel. A slorv of a verv rare
nipt beautiful order. "The Happy Warrior" establishes Mr. 1 1 tit chitisoti
anions the artists .
Dail i Till
It is I'ercival who exemplifies Wordsworth's conception of the Happy
Warrior. His fi".ht with I'o.xy I'iiisent ill always remain one of the notable
fik'hls of fiction. It is magnificent, .nm.ni Turn a.
Willi hnnlxi i,.v. -MS jnren Cloth, $t.:lR vrl; lo mml, 51. in.
LITTLE, BROWN & CO., Publishers, Boston
Mild tn etijnv life ttellera' v
usually bi'lprht and iv,n i. in
S)m is nil-
nut full of
, Mtalii- Hard as she w..'k al vviitim;
she ('alms 1 1 ii . she li.is im i 1 1 1 . 1- 1 1 lejl
j fi.n.ln. -s for u and Dial the iimsi nf h.r
i work has not ...in.- .-.pi.nlane.eiMv . but
, has ,ecll dr.uti;. .1 ..l.l. Mi to pea...
"I sotn. nun s think I d m i v nnl evr
to write another word.' she si id "And
then theie will . nine a lime when 1 waul
an nutlet for my teellnss, want to
.somethitiL.-, and tin n there is noihlns
to dn but write it nut.
i "It was in tills way that I b-san
w I lllnc in Dm Ili.-t place. I was sh k
and dlscnuraced and felt geuei-adv that
hie vvan't vvn-ih liviiii; and llie tlrst
film; I knew I had bur
hiirst out Into nnl', "" "lean-, alas of
lure then I h.ive!! ''I"".' l" " "bicl. is
..... - ...i...... . foienjner here, teslr.i
v i. una word novel
written ralrly steadily-nnt remil.irly nt
all, nor on any schedule, but just filtnl
In whenever I could tlm! tlum.
" if course," she eonfos-ed. "I wnu'd
I'ke tn wilte a pla). I think e.ery one
iennnected with Dm staim and who loves
! would like to write a ppiv. l!ut
ilniibt whether I ever shall. 1 feel Uint
I'm i.. ,.ni.ti..li.. 1... .
. ... . .. ...H.n sn.-i, .-no-, mi
Plot. 1 can devcop character to a cer-
tain extern, but I doubt my creatlve
would call photomaphli
Lven so It is a very succes.sf d method.
So successful Dint one would think Dint
any one hvIhb nt .ui close under Dm ob.
ser atlon of the aetress-author. would
feel a bit nervous lest he hnve later
ocrnylon to feel soniewliat ns T.nston
- - -
WtlLN HJll UWN T LIKE US.
Ills l.rllrrs In "1'lunrn" Prom Mn.trlil
l,r Tlmn Fifteen Xcnrs Akii,
A patriotic American living in Paris
has lieen moved to something venr like
reU'llinti against Pieirn Lnti's reix'tit
ix'rsonal triumphs in this country, on
account of (t'ltain previous expressions
nf disreganl for us and our character
istics Sh" lias searched out some old
copies of Pari, nevvsxi-rs in which the
celebrated nutlior soma years ago ex
pressed himself In these regards in no
However important or noti-ltnpnrtant
those opinions may now Ui. with the
(MiMing of time and opportunities for
changing his mind, it is nevertheless
interesting to look at the old tlmn state
ments, esH.eially in vivv of th" fact
that I.oli is shortly to publish in an mor
loan macaine his itupies-inus ren-ivisi
ilurillK 'lis recent visit lieie
-"In one of tlm Pans imwsu-rs of
tho widest ciiciilalion. ..' .111(111," writes
the reminiscent and
heading: New York
telegram, 1 read
"'M Pierre l.nti
was leeeived Das
afternoon by Mr Tart at his country
homo ut lloverly. Mass 11.. was intro
duced to tho President by T H Loomis,
ex -Secretary of Stale Tho interview,
which was very cordial, lasted more than
an hour Mr Taft was especially in
teiosted in M Pierro Lou's ideas on 'mat.
ters of the extreme (Incut Since lus
arrival hem M, Pierie l.nti hai been
reixMV.nl with opeiijanns.'
"The news," cmitiniinx tho lenniiis-
ceiu nmcricnn. -t,n , mv t nun. its
i "V v7in, Li . " '' " ' l""'l b"'l
J 'l'uiIt 17 ni'h.r to
Ih. just, all over Cnntinenlal Lurope
1 for England for oiuw htoo.1 ,y us. a
torrent of nbuso was surging against 'im
Il nince lierwlf. our sister republic, the
j "V tn KiAlVx
mt 1111lrh. Aw, M Pmrrn ,otl. wl 10
seeks to-dav our uiinrnlL-.Hnn .,,,. 1
hlmef as liaving but ono regret, not
10 im able to got a shot at Us, literally,
"Hear him on the subject himself
Ihis quotation, published in Flunm in
May. isos. is but an infinitesimal ixirt of
what ho wrote about us (luring tho war
Ho was at that time on u visit to .Madrid
nnd was contributing a series of articles
10 riunrn, ,xovv. nuving lasted ol tlm
hospitality of a .people of iiiaiiul.irlurers
'. " ' " V ' " Kllr" hm"" '.'r '"!' ptrn-
"THE AMERICANS IN
By WILLIAM R. SCOTT
$1.36 not Postpaid $1.47
A complete history of 1,'aiiuma and thor
ough review of civil, fciinltiiiy nnd engineer
ing activities In building Dip CiuihI, 1 1,
control ersv vviih Fnglan.l, Cnioiubian elnlin
lor losing I'liiiatiia, tiiule outlook and .on.
ion 1(0.1 ri no iiniong lain phases envnied
vitrsci vely pound and Illustrated. Ideal
to lead helm,) a trip to I'liiiaiua
"The clearest, most readable and un
derstandable hook op the Panama
H0LMFSlmV yCt hll'"'" IHIKTON
"A clear, interesting anil enthusias
tic iiccount " N. Y. .Sun.
Otan hookif Her, or
11. STAtLLK Ct'B'JSHliNU tUiMI'A.NY
5"' Fiui Ave, New York City
ii a I'lu
molten the hiDerimss i. a certain sprinc '
evenlnii i-niim (oiirli-i-n veais auo whet.
llriVIIlK Ihlolllth th" stlees .,r Minimi
and enenuiiiermi; Dm Stitttii-li Mildn-is
. on their wnv to t'ulia, Im ileiiloieii in -u.-l
.,. , i , i .i ... . ... . i
- -V ,,-, I . -4, 11)111, l-'IOIS 0 III ,, S HI
neit'ialiiy wlueli prnventeil him. a Trench
i-'t.i.Ti, ii- ui on.oij; no aims 111 oeieill
ni a v.iu-e so dear tn him' and puttiiiK.i
kooiI Spanish bullet into nn American
soldmr , hear. In vvro.o nday. May.',
i 1 . ,vl1" ""H '"1"'
111.11 ner aiajesiy (ine iueen Kenent ol
oe., l1 ,!.'.' '"...v.',;:,v..."1;' ,":,l,,y,' .V'
" ' - - .inlll,,, -, I ll-l I II ITIIHI -
thanks trniilil'i and emUirrass nm, as
dues all the reception that limy are kind
--noiimi 1.1 1:1, i- nm 111 .ii.i.iriii: inr 1 am
.nti-inlls of not deservilU' it nil. ,l.ee
I liav" no means, nlji' of provine: mv
is so dear to
lined iiv Die
I.i vv nf imutnihty, 1 iiave tint even the
1 Icht tn oiler my life, like the mo-t ol stlire
Spanish soldier And suddenly I ieel
confin-ed to have eolim, eoiifu-.-d to have
aske.1 for this audience m sueli a mo
ment, confused at nil I have doim in u
, I tiMlisporl dollhlless too iucoiisiilorat".
non e it v . 1 1 1 nave 110 i.nssinm result i.x-..-1...
..lr . 1.. .... ... ... .
""'"I. m,-eo, i i.in nniy ii-peai 111 Hie
yueen what one of my friends of Trance
, Mid m me at the inninent nf mv de..irture
iiiul what I belie) e would he diKivowed
y no r reiiciiuiau our "UI I" svmpatliv
With Spai:.. our tevolt at 6eeii,K her thus
attaeKed and nUHidomsi. ,
:",,U,'.,,.II L.'.V.ve..,V.'0 M,.,',!,,r.,,...J.ml'!,:Hi
u& of ..,,,,., souii thiu t.iv carri..."
can no lonuer advance otherwise than ut
u walk. The elect rin liKht streams tip,,n
I Injurious favades, shop windows, uui-
forms and cowns. And pasins through
101s iioo.iine, iiiiisiic, iio-iiuaiiie, coura-
I ltpolls crowd 1 feel iifiLWk inn rt r turn it imt
even to be able in the nrts.-nt terrible
,'!rr'""s!f"!',,s lo l,r"v" '"' sympathy by
risking my person, prevented -is I am lv 1
in" frontier that separates us.
" nd this, vvtitleli I iiesdav. Mnv nt-
Fifth and Philippe the Second, when war
was a noble and elegant thing, France
and spam shoim esi.-cially Without
going back until then, if vv,. were onlv
11 century younger, onlv at a period wheii
men s valor insured the sor-i..., nl' li.-ittl.,
v, .... I . I 1.. V .. i . 1.
-.-.... ,n i.-,. i-iiiiifi-eini iu nuiiL't- ,
the industrial people that attacks her to
day hut m our tunes war, alas' has
become iigiy. slinking ot coal, chemi
cally barbarous, and the enemies acrors
the sea have more money, more machines,
more peiroleiim 111 winch to dip tlmir
Miells, more explosives.
, "' UI the way to the Tiench l'.mbastv
in inv passage through Dm sheets, coh
stautlv I meet troops Troops on foot,
troops on horseback, all superb in gait
and bearing, in elegant uniform- Seeing
them in spite of oneself, one recovers
confident and hop.. 'I hey are still the
llaniLnlile. stroliif Siuinuh inmn. li.,roi.,
ai an epocus, Heroic tin
epoi us, oei viu ine nisi nine ill tlieir
leMstance against I ranee, in the war
lo-day forgiven and forgotten between
our two fiiemlly nations. Looking at
hCeptical American, 1 ihem. pile iinaKinps thetroulile American
llaldv, "under Die 1 liopk.-,;t.rf, will 1Ve in face of Mich
ocols-r I. ...iv.,....0!11;'' wonder ... s,.,. how mud. of her
, grave s..reiiltv her Majesty thn Oiieen
ii"g"lit has l.epi During t in few minutes
oi this farewe
alitlienen she speaks to
tile again of tin. eiiemv's behnvior which
siii-eiles her loval m.iiI; of their captures,
before Da- declaration of war, ol their.
linniburdiiientH without notification. r
their shells wrapped in petroleum soaked
cloths winch set flm to Dm cities, of nil
thai they darn to perpetrate against in '
teriiatioiml laws of battle nnd that Kurope
allow to be done without intervening.
Hut II seems to nm Dial tier Majesty con
serves, m ,,!( r ,,11, ,r conifdeiico
01 early days, confidence, in
jiistic... conlidence in the
heroism of her
foll,"'r". f her sjiilors who have begun
111 a enmbnt uiiequal nnd lost in ad
a,l(.'" 1 din si iiravely nnd wlio reserve
noiibtless for America bloodv Mirpris.-s
BOOKS & AUTOGRAPHS
Priday Morninrf nnd Afternoon
.Inn, 'J4th,nl 10 Mil A. t, A-a:.in I'. II,
The Magnificent Private
of Ihe late
DR. 0. S. ROBERTS
of I'ltt.fli-I.l ll...
To he mid unun enlrr of the I'rnhnte court
In nnrl for llie ( c.iuit nf llerklilre. Mnn
with other Properties
'I'tie whole coiniirWiii: nn extensile nn
srniblaer of ennly l.llirnry hrl la tin- most
MimpttaiuK Illiiillnirs. piibllinilonii of Hip
llllilloplille tiuplel), 'Die lirnltrr I'li.li. uf Tin.
Aui'lilnlrrk tnl other prlvaie Prn-si-s, etc
I Irst rilltloiis of Itngllsh nml .linrrli-nu
,lilhnr, line lirn.li llook: Old lllmlliutt
nml i:trn llliistrntril .Sets, r.irr nlire l'nlni
liur: lioulis llluttrsird hy ihe rrulksh.niln
nml other tnmons Artists, nome with eolnir.t
I'lnirs. Ncnrre Works on Pottery, ('ostium-.
I tirnlliirc, .te.. en-
(nsrther with n inllrrtlnn of
of Prominent Persons
nnl n few Plelures tiom
lite fKtnte of Ihe Inte
JOHN LA PAROB
nf .New fork Vlty,
Merwin Sales Company
The MerwUi-t'liiMou Mnlrs I'ompnnv.
in ICa.l 411th Sirrrl, .Nnv lurk
Mall nr.ler rxernteil n-lih.vil ilnisr
'IIM.ni'llllNi: Ml Itll.W HIM. Iliid,
Can'csuck 011 sppllrsilnn
1 1 H BOOH
By George K. Stiles
i. : . .. i.. i...... 'im... i.....
K ii i si ii hoc mui . i in- iiiTUIIIU
U is an American eirl. The hero is
a younj; Kn.Lrlisliinan. Tho scene
is Knypl not the Hcypt of hotels
itntl tourists, but the grim hinter
land of the upper X'ile, where
strange things happen and few
white men ever venture. The Kant
and its mystery, the inner work
ings of international diplomacy,
'the mijility power of Moham
medanism, are all' elements which
make the story one of extraordi
nary and lascinatiii"; interest.
By Wood row Wilson
a ni w fully illustrated edition at
a popular price of this biography
of our first, President, in the per
spective of American history a
perspective clearer, perhaps, to
this reader than to any other tho
, period treated is especially signifi
cant, being the culmination of the
i Colonial era and the establishment
i of the Republic on the firm basis
of Constitutional law.
;,i .1 -i ...
i lssuch a compelluig revelation
of the American light for cold and
........... ..., i-...,,, nV(l , .,.:
; 1 ! 1 1 " ,
uilvf 11IHI1 l.llllv 111 Hie USIS Ol ITlOU-
ncuon." v. Loin pant Dh
patch. "The reader might
easuy imagine luinseii to do Iook-
: ... 1 1 .
I "'K IlIMOI'lCai panorama 01
social. business and political life
in Philadelphia." Huston Trait
,niii. . "A worthy successor to
'Sister Carrie' and 'Jennie (!er
hardt.'" X. )'. lurtnnn Sun.
?J ) ,. IJU
i &y itC-V DCIILH
". jjood ,t()ry it is, full of niOVe-
' , 1 . - ,
"llt ail(l action, Suspense ailtl
danger and, ol course, ot romance
..Ili-s olot starts with a rush
that never for a moment relaxes."
V V Trilililic "Cpftain tn
, u u .V '" .LIUl"1 10
. De Called 101' 111 CVCl'y Circulating
librai'V ill the land."--A". V. II rr-
I .,, "Anil I linen
is a descrip-
tlOll of a lvncllilllT
scene which is
, ctTtuinlv one of the most, nnwerfttl
I pieces of writing that
vouchsafed to us for s
tli at have been
1 .Wttlfwr f Olirur I hriglattd I.
"A rattling gOOll tale."-
y y T;,nr "Vmi udll finH nn
1 A 1 Oil Will lintl no
1 poacellll SlUIllbcr Until you have
' I tl,,. ,;..,. 1:-,., " n.i .
iv.iw mv mi iiil inn;, ((((lit
By Margaret Cameron
"If you are looking for a book
that will surely entertain the most
exacting reader, your search ends
here." Huston Times ..."One of
the cleverest volumes of short
stories that has appeared this sea
son." Portia ml Lxnrcnx ( Me.) ..
1 1-1 . .11 1
itiiirgarci v aitieron could not DC
I tiresome if she tried." Phila.
, n ; nip ,: 1 ,
'". 1 " ' . ' . . 11 ,VU "l, 1,1 eu "I
the SOl'IOUS Side Of life atl(l Want ail
! CJ5f,Use. for auchinS, this book
. Will g!VC J'OU all tllO CXCUSO VOU
cnii t rn.Kon.i 1 v .wL- fr... " n
. ., , ,
MAfsPERS HARPERS HARPERS
MAGAZINE 6AZAR WEEKiy
AUvenieeiuenu ut becouu nana
looka for sal'j, exohsjigs or
wanted will be Inasneal in Tarn
8m, Saturdays, at Mo. a lias
(seven words to tko line, fourteea
lines to the inch).
SELL YOUR MSS.
i:x-iiiAiMdnc editor, wlio.c own books in pub.
llttiiKl by leoitlne publlbhcrs, will accept msnu.
crliu tor iMaclmr and rovlKion. Keteraacet: Jsck
London, Wliittoa CburcUlll. Jotio Ourrouitlis,
Jullnnllawthurne, nnduthcrj. AildreM: KDITOR,
uu.i u at wKr Htrr trr.. .nbw yoiik city.
and other will and It 10 Uwtr
dvuitacs 10 cormnunlosM
with urn before lilmMalnm at
1 rrf or umiil ci.llecUoni or books, suiorrspha
I prluti. or other lllernry property; prompt ramnrsL'
. cnih dawn. HCMtY 1JAI.KAN, New York's
I Lrcrl Ilajlolure, 4: Drondwny sad U Nov 31.
N. V. Telephone llronit sail-SdOt.
Till'. III'.ST 1'I.ACK TO SKLI. AUT0ailAPH3.
libraries, crude old rncr.M-lnrtof Wnihlogtonsna
j other Amertcn, naval and battle tcenes, old
j ilewi of Ilnitoo, New York and oiber Americas
. cltlra; whallni aceoea, pictures of Area, tiles of
. eailr newapapers, American marailne prtntM
I before WHO. book platee, sod it! kinds of Utrrarr
Smprrty and hlmurtoal material, la GOOD
I'lr.li'S UOOKHIIOl". 6A Park at., (lo.ion. Usaa,
I HKAHUtlAHTi:itS I'Olt UKDI0A1. II00K3 sf
. (he r or Id, alao booka concrrnlof dorueiUo ardmala.
FItRNCIf. (IKHltAN. ITALIAN, SPANISH
and other booka la fnrelia Innguaiea.
1 Moal complela stook la Amerloa.
William It. Jenklna Co., cor. Stb Hu A sth At.
' AlTTOmiAI'H LKTl'RKS nourht fnr
I Hill pay (lis hi cheat price for letters, naaa
crlpts and documeulsby famoua people. Saod
list of what you have. p. r, UAIJIOAN. aot
I Fifth sr.. ror, 42.1 iu. New York. TsL MM
llryaril, Kitab. twi.
I I'DOKS All out of ptlnt booka supplied, no
matter on what sublecl; write me statins boolot
nanie.t; I ran rel you arty book eter pubtlahM!
lnn In nnglnni! call and Inapect my slonk oi
I tnsm rare booka. I1AKK1CS (iHKAT HOOK-
sikip, .inlm llrlchim., ltirinlncli.ini, itnehnd.
ot CclrbrlUea lloucht and Bold
tteinl for brloa Una.
W alterMi.iiIamlnjJtli AT..M.T.