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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1915.
(BOOKS OF THE WEEK SEEN IN REVIEW AND COMMENT:
SOME NEW FICTION;
.BOOKS ON MORE
TIic Wiiy Tilings Arc Done in
the Km., Impressions of
Purls Other Subjects.
3IOHK wtorr v.k.
HOOKS ON MANY TOPICS
The np:iMe Knrnnlnn widow who
ti-sln to toll I'etcr rillltulrll'n etory of
"Lovebird In tin- Coconuts" (John
Lnne Company) will Interest the
render: iihe mlcht e:mlly mm the tale.
to trai;eily, If the imthor did rot Insist i
thru It Kltould be fnrclciil. It Is a.
relief, none the lens, to have the nnr
ratlvo pans often Into other hands, for
otherwlim It would never end. Mr.
Blunriell has studied his Eurasians
closely enouRh to feel sympathy for nn,,n,m thi hero, however. Is army
. . . discipline and this makes necessary
them In many ways, he cles us a, nn ,xc,tn(J cnlI,,mBn In the Philip-
urfeit of the ridiculous lover, though pnrs wtM which the author Is not so
he Is funny, but his family Is kindly successful.
and Ilkabl.. The brutal and tyrannical The, , "nd narrator of "The
official is properly punished, but the "" ' Nicholas Freydon ' (OeorBe
Eiurtlah who figure In the stony are Dornn Company) follows the
lees Interesting than the half-breeds. I J"h!on In beSlnnlnK with his baby
The author seems more serious than ; hood, which does not seem to be espe-
. ' rlnllv HlpnlflrnMt. Thn stnrv of his
In Ma Drev.sua boons wan an nis
farcical Incidents ho manaRes to crit
icise pretty severely the way thlnst"
are done In tho K.ist. The setting Is
orlKlnal and the story enjoyable.
It la nn extremely clever and artls
rVwin I ,
1 n lueorge
tic atory that il. K. F,
ten In "Come, Out to 1'liy
n. in. ..... ...... ""'iter of the book changes. He has .1
srlve tho render the blues, a aort of , , , , vcrly In l.on -I
funeral march of a marionette. The
nero is a lovnme. r. t " -"i'" jol,rnaist nr,(1 n writer: he ruins his
brought up In a butterfly existence ,BPStlon nn mnrrlc!, wrPtchedly. hut
with no sense of responsibility, whoso . snon frpfi, from hh w,fc what
llghtheartednes paves him from tne ' .orsp hf( tlk0!, to dcrlbnK BOC0,
evils that surround him. Wo. follow j comtons tlle Khady 8lle of Journai.
him from babyhood till tho author , ,m am, of pottlc, and otnrr toplOB
disposes of hlni. through many pretty 1 wltn dyprptlc realism: this portion
poetic episodes tint should he Joyful I ls (1!scurMvp rnn,igh to be autoblo
and are all turned to sadness. o phi, u ls ciP!,riy thB part in
are warned from the first that he wnch ne ls mo,t interested, but the
must bruise himself ngnlnst the real!- renrter. we Imagine, will enre more for
ties of life nnd are reminded of It In tno naturnl development of the boy In
every chapter. The effect Is extremely , Australia than for the events that
depressing. Tho book Is very well I ouroti hi, later life,
written: the author playn tho varla- The cheerful subject chosen by Syd
tlons on tho theme with great virtu- ' ncy Tremalno for "The Auction
oslty, shows f.mlllarlty with the bo-, Mnrt" (John Lane Company) Is a
hemlan side of London life and uses srj brought up to do exactly as she
a great dent of French correctly. pleises by a misogynist father who
Impressi.us of I '.iris, of places. hopes that his training will send her
people, life, that often turn Into stories to tne j,ad. This Is arbitrarily pre
follow on one another In Helen 1 vented by the author, for the girl Is
Mnckni' "Accidentals" (Dullleld nnd 1 apparently ready to go to any extreme
Company). The stories are of faces I several times. He derives amusement
that p'tys by. of momentary glimpses from tho contraat between her uncon
of iitiangiT.s and are generally sad and ventlonnl behavior nnd that of others,
sometimes tragic. Toward the end I she finds out the good qualities of a
tley refer to the war. It Is nn In-' swindler, a drug tlcnd, the wooden
tvrestlng book, well thought out and 1 jouth she marries nnd several women,
well written. 'and Is allowed to redeem herself nfter
The "Fifty-one Tales," by Lord Dun- abandoning her father, who wished to
any (Mitchell Kcnr.erley, New Yorm, force her Into nn objectionable mar
are also impressions, not In the form rlage, and becoming a dancer In a
of stories, but of pretty vague prose, Pari music hnll. It Is nn edifying
po?ms. Home nre single sentences ex- ' tale.
pressing very little. We Imagine It ( The manners of dukes and their
calls for a special education to nppre- , families, of which Cosmo Hamilton
elate the preclousness of the author's i treats almost exclusively In "The
thoughts. j Mlrtirle of Iove" (CJoorge H. Dornn
Ih "The Code of the .Mountains" (W. Company), are surprising. Mr. Hnm-
and Company. New York) ,
Neville ltuck studies the now ,
familiar Southern mountaineer nnd
oraws n vigorous picture of an
tremely vindictive youth. The story
co long ns It stayn In the mountains
and relates to the feud Is interesting,
nnd Is helped nlnng by an attractive
young woman. The only thing that
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reach your heart.
Now in its sixth edition
It has a message for you.
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mhe Note Book.
of AIM ATTACH (Ctrvy)
dally significant. Tho story of his
boyhood In Australia Is bright and
entertaining; If he Is uncommonly i
fortunate In the stnrts he obtnlns In
I life there Is novelty In the country he
! describes nnd particularly In tho way.
I" ritea from the Australian point
I of vlcu" hls llKre!slon8 are few. Then 1
I, .... r...i i .1 1
llton opens with n lively scene In n
noted hostelry nt Dover. In which nn
. unhappily married duchess nnd a
ex-(duke's ounger brother on meeting
for the first time fall In love with
1 each other nnd come near eloping.
Then he unfortunately stops In order
to rekito the previous history of each
and goes Into needlessly unpleasant
.lAtnltu rnirnrrllni. thn I i ,1 t ' u mn.lii,l
life nnd the objectionable duke, her
husband. The young man discusses
I the case with his delightful but de
cidedly middle class family, but ls
still bound to elope. He Is stopped by
Mr. Hamilton's ruthlessly destroying
his brother, which makes him duke.
Soon after the bad duke dice, leav
ing his widow penntleaa. As the book
la near Ita end the Inference should
be that the lovers marry. Here, Mr.
Hamilton Introduces a refinement
which Americana may not be able to
grasp fully. The new duke has here
tofore been a gentleman, but he Is
' poor and must keep up the title; on
this all who know of his love affair,
, Including the lady, agree. Conse-1
quently he ls hastily engaged to
convenient and wealthy
girl, the only proper thing to do, In
British, or perhaps only ducal, eyes.
The author ls merciful, however, he
We live more history now
adays in a week than in
ten years of ordinary
times. But what does it all
mean? What are the deep,
underlying causes of the
World War? Where is the
World going to?
For one of the clearest nnd
most comprehensive Burvcys of
current events yet written,
read a book thnt will bind
your newspaper ideas to
IN THE CRUCIBLE
Sir Gilbert Parker
Well-known Novelist and
Member of Parliament.
At Alt Bookstores
St. 50 net
Dodd, Mead & Company
Publishers New York
WILCOX . AutHoa sr
disengages the two Just aa speedily
nnd, providing tho money from an un
expected source, permits the lovelorn
duke nnd duchess to marry. A pretty
enough love tale If the duke business
were left out.
In splto of their religious tone the
short stories which Knthnrlne Tynan
entitles "Men, Not Angels" (P. J. Ken
edy and Sons, New York), aeem
rather too sentimental for young girls.
The themes nre grown up even If the
telling ls Ingenuous.
A short story, "The Indiscreet Let
ter." by Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
(The Century Company), relates the
conversation on a train between a
glorified travelling salesman and a
young woman with n high forehead.
The salesman gives n good account of
himself in the vernacular, which
makes the story entertnlnlng: what
connection this has with 'he
woman's venturesome trusting
stlni't Is not wholly clear.
Though It Is decidedly early to try ;
to write a general history of the war
Sir Gilbert Parker has tried his baud
it. If In 'Th VI,I In fm.. tv.l...
, u0li,, M,,a(1 nnd Company), and his
nttemi.t ..t maklnir n ennneetn.l .tn,v
of the events nnd of what he regards
as the ciuh's wilt doubtless prove
acceptable to many readers, Ho nat
urallv lakes Hie llrltUh nnlni nt ,!.
m ls unable to free himself from
tho prejudlcs of the moment, but '
his jilea Is eminently clear nnd read- '
To the useful Journalistic summa
ries of the news thnt has been trans
mitted to them, which several British
newspapers nnd periodicals publish,
may be added "The Second Phase of
tho War," by A. Hllllnrd Atterldge
(Hodder and Stoughton: George H.
Doran Company), a GropfWo extra.
The volume has the advantage of be
ing profusely Illustrated, many of the
pictures being In color.
A pamphlet on "The German Fleet,"
by Archibald Hurd (Hodder and
Stoughton: George H. Doran Com
pany), contains a short historical ac
count Of tho nnw and n learrtnttnn
of Its condition at the outbreak of I
The author's object seems
to no cii.'etly to make comparisons be-
tlon, fie has little to say nbout the
,iAm..nu,. - .L . 1
demonstrated efficiency of the sub- I
marines, In his preface he dwells on
German plans for Invading the United
A popular nnd pretty elementary
, nccount nf the Red Cross work, with
stories that should create sympathy
for It. hns heen written hy K. Charles
Vivian nnd .1. K. Hodder Williams In
"The Way of the Red Cross" Olodder
nnd Stnuirhton; Georce H. Dornn
Company) It Is an appeal for con
tributions made hy the London Tfwr.i
nnd Queen Alexandra sends: an autn
sraph note ns nn introduction.
To Inspire Interest In an ally' who
1 has not nlways been a friend to Enir-
1 land Prof. Paul VlnoKrndoff In "The
Russian Problem" writes n thotiRht-
I fill essay on what nussla Is likely to
do when tho wnr Is over nnd Joins to
1 it nn nrtlelo on the Rurslan character.
In "Russia's Gift to tho World" ,T. W.
Mackall Klvcs a brief summary of
j Russlnn Intellectual activity In litera
ture, science nnd art. Hnth little books
nro published by Hodder nnd
NtniiRiitnu (Oeoritn H. Dornn Com
pany), The war Interest Is the occasion for
the republication of Alexander Young's
book, previously correctly called "A
' Short History of the Netherlands." ns
I "A Short History of ItelRlum and Hol
1 Innd" (T Fisher Pmvln, London). The
I book deals chiefly with the period
covered by Motley's bnulc. with much
Order, Head nnd Upreadl'
'THE FALLACY OF
ll.r ilHNon Martin.
l'h ) 1 litttik ...r written rtn thf
I.lqunr (sMirM'n iTiiithlnpr Imilrt
monl nf f'rohlblllnn 1 no p.iBi N
1 copy SRc (hy moll i:i vrpnlO Coplei.
In l.ou, rhapr A'lflrn
Thf IrnnnrlMl PiihlMilns (ompnjf
1169-11 TrmnipniittUon nirtf,,
i dciivu v as.
briefer treatment of the two succeed-
French Hevo utlon. What nccount
there Is of modern Helglum nnd Hol
land ls compressed Into n few pages
nt the end,
Satlrlcnl descriptions of German
manners and customs, chiefly those
that strike foreigners as annoying or
amusing, will bo found tn Edward
Edgeworth's "The Human German"
(E. P. Dutton and Company). The
author knows his Germany thoroughly
and his enricntures are true enough
and ends with the
the unfalrnes.. of the book lies In the 1 ner's Sons), Into English. Tho trans
omlsslon of thf eauallv numerous lator believe this to be the first trans-
amlablo and human traits with which
tho author must bn Just as familiar.
The book was clearly written before
Various denunciations of war In gen.
eraU wlth applications to present con-
dltlons. ns they nre delivered from pul
pit nnd lecture platform are before us.
Tho reader will find the Hev. l)r
Frederick Lyncti'.s opinions In "The
Last War" (Fleming H. Unveil
Compnny). those of Dr. Sid
ney L. Gullek In "The Fight
for Pence" (Fleming H. Itevelt Com
pany) and those of Dr. Gilbert Slater
Mrs firtrr C Wee. iliat Hour . .
WIbkIii) hH urtrii 10 hrr summer rutin" In I
Ileitis, Mr, nhero Mi lll rlnlili lnc
manuscript of a n-i IVnrlnpi' ' Look -
appropriately niltlc.l -'nlnpe- Pot-
scripts" hl'h w 111 piil-il.lif l In An-
Krlts KrMW. n-ho- "mall oluin. '
"Four Wfska In the Trenches," In made '
him almost as ue), Ur.onn nn author as J
ha la a violinist, ultl spend the summer at
deal Harbor. Me.
Tha mftterlal from which Maurice Hew.
lett marts "A levers' Tale" (Pcrlbners) !
consisted of too literal translations of an
old PBC'i. "One of them, the more, critical
and crabbed of the pair." ays Mr Hew.
latt, "W to be found tn tho second volum
of York Powell's nnd Vlufussene Orlitlnes
Istanolesej the other which Includes a
rood deal omitted In the first and Is a
more renin) work altuccther. If not so cor
reel. Is by Mepre tV (1 ii. Ittirwood and
Jon Blefanwon and was published at
ITIverstnn In 105 ' From these Mr Hew
lett has developed hi" beautiful story of
Cormac one of those poet" 'ho Joy In
ms inoucni rainer in.m ine tiem. sni
... v, ,. , h. .... .h... h-n.u.
Tha dynamh- enerir of Hiron von Wol
locen, ths (lerman novelist, s evidenced
by his present service In the (ierinan army
thourh ha Is 0 years old !! Is best
known In this country fv his clanlc novel
nf musical life, "Klnrl.m Mar. ' trans
lated hy Kdward Ilreck 1nd I'lnrles Har
vey flenunr, and "Th Third Sex." trans,
lated by Oraca Isabel rnlhron
It ta doubtful thai Itenrv Herbert
Kntbtis had any particular poet In mind
s.hen ha originated the a Uns iharaeter
In his latest novel bul tlie-e Is 11 promt) pe
of "flundown HMm" In V.ichel Lindsay.
What Vachel Lindsay v. is to K.insee when
hs tramped throucli that State swapping
poetry for bread and ,1 bunk, so Sundown
Slim was tn Arizona, nt leart. Ills first
meal at Anlelopo was In exch.ince for
his po'try, a susceptible cow-boy halne
"fallen for" Sundown's brand of art.
Irvln S Cobb, nhn has been serlous'y
111 but who Is now recovering, recentlv
learned a new stnr-. about his famous ar
tb ten oil the cre.it war j.ul, : I li . d In "Paths
of illnry." The f.imllv of a I'nnnectlcui
.lu.lee are devoted rculers of Mr 'ol.l..
and the old colore 1 iii 'iiimv In Ihe family
must have picked up n cupv At least
when the Ju,Ik Il ipp.-neil to ask her h..w
lone she thought Ihe .sar would last she
proniplly replied, ".le.lne. dnt .ili tonin
last J..s' three ycare "
"II.ib'.I joii ilnd II. at out?" asked the
"lie Klnc n' llurojie done lold Ty Ci.bl. "
1 flltloa, rn..lln ,,f l.,l,,t lliilr1.
I set vice In California II... r rati to be ..in
structed In the blub Men i ickIoii ...it
Heeling Vosemlle N .tlouiil park ul'li
MoiiiiI Whllu.'v is I., be hiioun u
. John Mulr Trail "
i men cmniiiaiiilcr In chief cf Ihe Ail, mile
Philip C'urllss. author ..f The I.h.I.I.-i " fieri In lh fall nf that vein I.e mid
nil. Is the twilight hour the best lime fur .molher rrulse wllh Admiral lladger In ihe
wrrins mr rci-on ne gives mr tuts is
that i Is ihe time when If one s Hlone
he Ir ni'.s' Ion. h l'h n ib't.g to distiac
hl th.i.ighls. One curl. .lis thing about
wrlllng fiction be said reientlv Is the way
minor oharacters sometimes have nf e merg
lug Into Ihe limelight, For Instance, one
I of tha (Irl characters in "The Ladder,"
None read it
The Honey Bet is richly luggciare ol
(catching thought withtl a mot excellent,
moit readable tioreL admirably well con
itructed and well written. N. Y. Tnivm
An mtemtinf and ttgniStant tale, worth
reading and worth thinking about afterward.
Much bigger and more vital than any ol ill
predecessors. W. Y, Times
A ctnioua and gripping norel wonder
fully true for a man portrait of a woman
leiies and Ipelb the reader highly indicative
and arresting the kind of story that compels
you to read it twice. -OVcoo HtralJ
A new book from Merwin'i pen it an
important occasion. The Honey Bee will
not diiippoint you if you hare looked for
something big trom mm. Chktp Trihum
IfyatMrnVar nVl lie lllnihxi, mJSt.JJ h
of Oxford In 'Teaco and War In ICu
rope" (R. I. Dutton and Company).
With their earnest desires he will sym
pathize, whatever he thinks of the
I wisdom of their utterances under the
Many will be surprised at the places j
where good pictures nre to be found In
, the l'nlt.'il Stntes. revealed by Lnrlnda .
Munsou Itrynnt's "What Pictures to,
See In America" (John Lnno Com- .
pnny). Aside from tho largest cities,
Now Haven, Pittsburg, Syracuse. .
Rochester, Hnffn'o, Toledo, Muskegon,
Indianapolis, Pert Worth and Sacra- '
mento cor.tnin collections that are well
worth visiting. The nrrangement Is 1
gcogrnphicn'. from east to west. The'
author describes the pictures, many of I
which nre reproduced, and the artists
with an enthuslnsm which may seem
excessive. She pays too much atten
tion tn the pictures by, or attributed to,
old masterH which encumber tho col
lections, but she also gives due atten
tion tn thf many excellent modern pic
tures, French and American, which
nre to be found in them.
A this Is the seml-mlllennlnl anni
versary of the burning of John Huss
at Constance, It is appropriate thnt Dr.
j David S. Sch'nff should mnrk the occa
' slon by translating the Hohemlnn re
j former's chief theological work, "The
Church," by John Huss (Charlen Kcrlb-
latlon Into nny 'European language; piuln t, methods of organization nnd
that has been mnde from tho Latin of work. In "The Teaching of Eng
orlglnnl. This seems to Indicate thnt I i;sh" (Appletons) Dr. Paul Klapper
the average mnn has been willing to j Knows remnrkab.e good senso in his
accept the name of Huss as a pre-1 criticisms of the way in which com
cursor of the Ileformatlon without wor-I p0ltlon Is taught and his suggestions
rylng about what ho said or believed, 1 for Improvements!. He makes mucTi I
leaving his writings to theological stu- use of the dreadful technical vocabu- I
dent". Dr. Schnff now makes nils'?
comprehensible to the multitude.
To help on the present salutary
movement for outdoor exercise for
girls, Llna Heard nnd Adelia Belle
Beard In "On the Trail" (Charles
Scrlbner's Sons) have compiled n com-
whrtn. Mr Ourltm h1
In In I. i-ltKrmin1 ,-!-
I ui" 11 hfrotiii'iB
shortlv afi-r ih nuthro.ik nf ar th
i.nn,on War om.- .1.. i.lr.l ili.it only tm
position a" th Hntsijn trnni sho'iM bs
hflil by a ltrltlsh war corri.omInt. At
lhat Mint. Stanlr Washburn a vteran
enrr. vjinn.lent of th IUo Jipane war.
had already Interviewed Premier .asonoff
and had obtained his penntssttn to pro
ceed to the front as rep-efentatlve of the
Timet. The (lrand Duke lint sent tn a
lre from his headquarters K.ijlnc that
Jlr Washtnirn would be received there,
but It was not to be considered a precedent
Premier HaronorChad It cabled to Iondon
that Mr Washburn's appointment was
personal and at his Insistence Mr. Wash
burn left for the front on iirtobf- ! At
that time he n. the only Anc'o Fss-on
nfnrlally recoifn!i w llh the Itussim arri
The permanent rei or 1 of his eier!en rs ,
Is a look entlt'ed ' Tleld Ni.'.'S from the
tttissj m l-'ronl" iScrlbnersi
I Ian Flaw author of "A Knlfiht cn
Wheels," "llippv-lo.t.tickv." ,t. , now a
Lieutenant In the Tenth ltnullou of
, .rfy11 and Sutherland lllrhl.inders, . rites
as follows of his elate ss a member of the
J rtrlllh expeditionary forre now en dutv In
"I write this from th stone floor of an
outhouse where th pier meal Is first sc
I cumulated and then boiled up, at a pjr-
tlcularly smelly French farm which Is
s.ulnc a tood deal We have been '"it
j In this country for three weeks nmv but
' h-ne only been under fire once so far It
I Is a most Intrresilnr life, and If I come
i inroucii ino pie.ih.itu unp,e.isantnrf 1
, bsM bae enuirh copy a..- imu,ite, 10
' iwrnty jrsrs."
Joseph Pcnnell. the artist. Illustrator of
"Our I'hl'ade Iphla. ' Is eervtnr on tho art
Jury at the p.mntna Kxposltinn lie hns
a plan for a permanent memorial of the
exposition In the stiape of a creat art cal
lers' In fan 1'r.inclsco. The war In Europe
was th occasion for the derpitch of many
valuaMe works of art tn the fair, seeklnc
asjlimi and often sale there. It Is Mr
Pennell'e Idea that most of these could
he secured fur a Billery tn Han Kranclscn.
and he Is urctiiK ihe f'ullf.trnlai.s to loosen
up their purses--InKs as .In and carrv
..hi his plan, as II would he a great thine
for the West and for Ihe country at lam,
we h ue ton few of the treat works nf the
famous artists, and It should b a matter
of pride for Americans to prove that tliev
are not liitclllKent In on exclusively ma
Itnbert Wllden Neeser.
V.n mid the Net War"
nuthor nf "Our
is. rlhiii'isi, has
h.ul an Interesting .areer ..ml or.o whl'-h On Wcine.l.iv ..f-iing In Hcnrv Neu
,iitllle the statement thn Mr Keeser Is I i.i.inn will .l.llvci Hie sixth address In this
an . Xpert In naval in itti-i h. In into In. I series, laldiu: ,.s his Hiibject "Nletrechr's
made his tlist cruise with the llect In the ' Superman and Hie will to Power." The
K u.i. with dmlral CP irlrs .1. ii.i.Iot.
il.eii the K.iusis's lapialn This .nilro
l.isled four months In the fall uf I'll I
j he made another cruise In the Kansas In
April. 1SI3, he was with Admiral II nlgei
v. voming and In Marrh. 1?ll, h wis wi-i.
the tlmtlc licet at Vera Cr.ii. In H.e
fa 'I of 1!II !e made a cruise M tbe ilr.. .
inn, a drstrnirr with the Atlantic torpedo
flotilla Mr Neeser Is secretary ef the
Naval History Society, secretary nf ths
naval committee nf the National Security
Isgue and a director of tha Navy Lsagus.
but to Praise
A characteristic and ririd picture ol the
craving for love and home. making thai besets
the heart of a successful American busmesi
woman. -Swfaii Clot
The Honey Btt has in it much liveliness
and truth. Hilda is a noble creature, and
plausible to a desjrea. -Basis TVsastrfaf
The humanizing of an American business
woman under unconventional and behemian
circumstances la the them. The author
deserves credit for carrying Kit story to a
logical and consistent conclusion, with a
piquancy that is all his own. PhlU. Pnu
Mr. Merwia has a knack of drain atjsm
that would put human interest into a taction
of statistical abstract. -PklU. N. Amnhan
THE BOBUSMERMIJ. CO.,Mldftl$, U.S.A.
plcte, practical and helpful handbook
explaining everything that Blrls must I
lenrn to do when they camp out.
It provides Instruction In natural his
tory, in outdoor sports, In first aid and '
many other matters subsidiary to
Somo mighty Interesting war recol-.
!eptinn urn he'nt? nut Hnwn In wrll- I
lnc ,,v veterans before they go. I'rof
ir,m,cr i. pnrncue. Ph. D.. In "Lights
aml shadows In Confederate Prisons"
,fJ ., i.ulnarn'a Sonsi tells nbout his
rnptlvlty with great nnlmatlon and
mucn uindly feeling toward his former
fw. Wilson J. Vnnce tn "Stone's
Hlver" (Thn Neale Publishing Com
pany) describes a brilliant bit of
lighting In Tennessee, which, he be
lieves marks the turning point of the
The dramatic essays in verse and
proo of M. S. Pine, one of the sisters
In tho convent, have been collected
In n hnndsom volume entitled "Alma
Mater" (Georgetown Visitation Con
cnt, Wnshlnnton, D. C). The most
ambitious Is the piny that gives the
title to the hook, written for the cen
tennial festivities of the convent. The
others mark church festivals and his
torical anniversaries. All nhow poetic
gifts and are well suited to rhe par
In "Hoys Clubs" (The Baker and
Taylor Company. New York) Dr.
Charles S. Bernhelmer and Jacob M. .
Cohen, settlement workers, show the 1
good theo clubs do and the harm 1
they keep boys from. Then they ex-
Iiiry whl'h 1.t ben created by peda
gogical st-idv. We suppose the teach-
er lie i.MreuseM wo'ild not understand
him If be usul plain I'ngl.sh. ,
PAUL BOURGET'S !
"BALANCED, LUCID I
LATIN FORMULA." ,
The V ip ;,'p;i lp criticises I'aul
Ibtll' t'.t'l ... nwi.
"Who ioiiI.I i o.i.l I.o IVmon de Mull'
nr nen , ..gi'i ni.iHterpiepe 1 ko 'I.e
I UN" pie' a s.'.'oixl '.line except to hunt
t' T t!.i in the soiling and study
thx fnt nulla bv wlue.'i It Is constructed"
ThU bal.iib eil. hici.l Latin formul.i Is I
more plavu r.glr's than novelist's, as the
novel is uii.lei'Ktoo.l in IliigliMi. it deals
les m life than In situ Hon.' nv re In
nctlon than in speech, and one almost
forget tluit Hourgct dleiiernl It at
tliu betlnnlng ..f his c.iieer. I'or it 1ms
sered him too wel', prevenliil him
from seeing men anil nornen as the;
nre or writing, these many yeors, a pt'jg
nant sentence or a page without a 'pur
lio.e.' The creatures built up frjm the
substance of his thoueht about a jiro
conceived crisis and dtMfcted acaln with
n keen, cold psychol.iKlc.nl blade auoh as
only Mr. Henryi .tames wields In our
literature have little Interest apart from
the -ooluloglc.il or religious UleaH for
which they stand nnd the tense dramatic
problem In w-lilch they are concerned
IN CHURCHES TO-MORROW
ST. ,tAMi:s M. i: rilUr.CII Madison
nvenue and i:th street. Ur Archey Iie
catur Hall, pastor, wt'.l speak on The
Might of Little Thlnes." In Ihe evening
the Hrv lir Allen Maclloesl will speak.
c Tiiv.nAL or st joiin tiii: ni-
V1NK- The preachers to-niorrow will be
na follows: It A M. the Hev Ur. Hugh
I. Ilurleson. 4 I'. M . the Very Hev !r.
II Martvn Han. dean of the Cathedral
.f St John, liemrr. Col
OLD THINITV Tho Very Hev J p l
t.tovd, I t) , dean of All S.ilnts 'alhedral.
Halifax, will preach at it A M
ril-TII AVr-Nt'll PltllSllVTr.ntAN
ClIUHCll Fifth avenue nt Fifty-fifth
street. Ths Hev. Ilr John tiouglas Adam
will preach at tho services at 11 A M. and
4:S0 P M Men's lllble clues at 10 A. M.
al Fifty-sixth street. The services at 11
A. M. and S P. M. will be conducted by
ihe Hev. t)r Charles H Ilrown, dean of the
school of religion, Valo I'nlverslty.
Ni:W THOl'illlT Academy Hall. ".Vlf
Preservntlon. the. First Law of N'ature,"
will be the n.l.Jort nf Miss Hmlly H
Walls who i iiiplcs the platform nt 11
..'.to. 1. io-m.rr.iv morning
maiihi.i: ciii.i.Ki!! ti: ciiritcii
Fifth avenue ,.t Twenty ninth street
Morning servl, ' al II o'clock, lr Hurrell
will pie., h. Mllljei't, "The Hespfctnble
HiUion." t is II... ev.iili.g at x ir Hurrell
wir Irive ns Ii. ihrine "Ncutrallt) ."
sui'iinv Fun itiiicai, cfi.tfhi:
inectli. will be 0. id ..n the roof nf the
siidei) iiul'illiiy "iimuiie S3 rentral I'j.rk
West, weather pei milting
MAHL-iis avii.M'i: m. i: ciiciich
, ('ulnar sutle'h sired Preaching nt 11
V M. and x P M l.v the Hev Italph W
i So, km,. u M song service on the
' hur h slep at 7 31 P M
1 "tlFUCIt of Till' IIOI.T civvtMCS'ifiv
Slxlh avenue and Twentieth slreel 111
v. 1 ihe Hev (jerald Cornell J n t
cln .Iren's service, the Itev (I A i or- I
lirl 3 It, I' M French service the Hev
Plelrn (Irigllo P M the Hev. rr Henry
CAI.VART CIUIHCII Kaat Tw.nty-
Twas a pretty cottage by day, but by night! -0-oo-oo-oh
I it teas haunted I No place to keep
boarders I But that's just what Thankful Barnes tries
By JOSEPH C. LINCOLN
Author of "Kent Knowles, Quahaug," "Cap'n Dan's Daughter," etc
A roaring comedy-novel of Cape Cod life. Thankful
inherits a cottage and turns it into a boarding house.
But, "thunder-mighty!" some one discovers the house
is "ha'nted" and then things begin to happen and keep
right on happening until the house is short of boarders
and the reader is short of breath. If you want to
laugh, read "Thankful's Inheritance." You never read
a funnier book. Don't mi;s it. Get your copy today!
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Wlien this Is solved they wither like
pricked balloons. They are never qiiick-
iH'd for the reader's memory bv in
ne liable creative t ueh of character"
r leire and the Future" Klha-d Itlce,
Jr u'h.ir.es .-icrlbnre Sons t
"Sumi-rlau tluelness and Administrative
Document ' (leorc A llarton irjnlver
slty of l'nnsyl a.nlu Museum. Philadel
eal and t".t of tSie City of -New Vork "
K.'lted by John I) Pin- (fl I'. Putnam's
Course In Isajio Pitman
I'honorrraphy " Abraham Hoseiiblum
Thomas Y. Oroweli i'ominny.)
"The Not Hook of an Atteche" Krlc
fisher Woml .The 'entur Company l
The Secrets of the llohenrollerns " Or
rmp:...ird K.irl Uravee (Mcllrldt. Nast
and I'oinpinj 1
What Flvery .Mother Sbould Know."
second street. Morning prayer lltnny and
ermon it A M.. preacher the recl.tr.
"Ubject. "What Is Vour Power of lleipfu..
ness " r.en1ng service and sermon, I'
M , preacher. lh rector, si.bleci, The
church's Outstretched Hand"
ST. PACt.s MiiTiinnisr r-ilfitcii
West Ilnd avenu and lliglvv. sixth street
The Itev Ilr Charles I. c,nn, lell nil!
occupy the p-ilplt both morning an I
CALv.Mtv mi: ninnis. t I'lifitcu -
tfeentll avenue al l??ih etree r
William II Mi.iz.i.l p-ei h nt bo'h
i the morning and evening services
j MF.THOPOI.ITAN THMPLI Seventh
avenue nt lViurteen-h slice. At the eve
nlng service there will b motion pl.t "c
I to Illustrate lir. Marshal: s sermon. 'M .
I Father's Huslness " The Mi.'rcw-
j iiuartet will again be the musical feature
children's .lav exercises In iho morning
ST. ANtHtF.W S MKTHOIILST I'llt.'H.'lt
-Wes! Seventv sIMh street. The Itev.
Fred W'lnslovv Adams pastor. Services m 1
11 A M ,
coi.i.KCi i ati: ciii'itcii of ST. Nicir. ,
OIjS -Fifth avenii" at I'oi tv -seventh
Ircet The Hev. Ilr Malcolm .lames.
Mnel.en.1. minister, wilt prca. Ii mornlnj j
ill I ev etiltig t
i:w Tllol'illlT Hotel itiitinore Mr-.
M irv lliln rblge T chapln of lnton wl'l'
-p. Ml; to inornnv In the Hotel lliliiin.ro !
on il... subje. t, netting a lirlji If Things I
M.. Slippery II. nv to Ta he .i Fresh Hold." I
I'M'I'l niciFTY nF l'llACTH'Al, '
clllllsTIAXITV IK'. M.i Usui, i.vel.ue. Tile
I .... ll. s ate ...i'ii .111 , nil in, on sl'.en. e Is
I... Id, to wblili til. .no w , ., At 11.
...loch . in. hi., u Mrs . I,ui K.iva.
I'lirke will speak In Ihe i.iul.g Mrs I
V.lll Mailers slll.le I wl , no Ihe Three'
Lords nf le'inv '
ni:'.' cni'iii'ii .swi:iii:iioiiiii.m
Tl.lnv llfili street, between pirh nnd
Lex ii item avenues The ev I .n.in K
Mm Hi, pisior, v.' preich to nuui.."
in..r.'ig ... 1 ' o in.
1 1 in i xi i vi vi pii i.-m i Kin v . in u. H
. .,. ne, t I fl. . ft,,, . , ,. ,
le. ll.inrnn lit. li .in w, 1 t , . I. -n
.no-1,, t morn..ig a' i lo k o.i . ,i.
Je. t I'ln.e I'no.lgll I e. the evening
serxl.e has been discontinued for Ihe sum
At All Roohhres
rhar'es (illmore Kerley M D . Pa P
II iebe. ow V .-k .
: he II utsekeeper'a Handbook of CVt
na Sar.h i M I.eod dialers
IM11, at'.-n for InduetrlH V ssrs
lltpi,n iin-' kr 'World Hoo's .'on
Ian -rKers, N V i
1'ne II. I'rl.a's fchoole. iPor'er !t
sarpent. H...s'..n .
"I'ho WirUo Prayer." U P. Orts-sp
.Thomas Henton. N'sw York.)
"The J'.t.:ous (loddesis " Madsjs Msai
i.Inhn Une rompany )
"Aunt Sarah and tho War," (O F
nam's Sons. .
"Tnhan " Joseph K. OrttSa. (Omrrs H
Doran Company )
"The Marerhale. Catharlns Booth-CClS'
i born " James Mnhsn, (HodVdar a-il
ritous;ht.n. (leoras H. Doraji Coonpsury.)
"Tn Sorrows ot llo'.clum.'' LeorH4 At
"Elementary Alasbrs." n E fsttifM.
Th l , Sc. I), snd N J Inoes Pa. 0
'A' u and llacnn, llos'.on.)
'K. I4t.ro de. Troplco," Arlurs Am
brocl .Imprenta Naolonal. flan BsJvador i
Services are held In ths fo.lowir.i
- Chriatian Science Churches
um .n... 1 1 A M. & 8 P M Wedne ii.mV
- 1 ' . b 'n'rn
k w... .t 1
..1.1. h. ... t ii I',
'I Mr I ''I.-.! ii ir 'I. f.
,' U' t II ' n r. b 1 w .Mtllll.
I'lf' I. h .. I. e , in .
a .v i'
et (It l St
Slxl'i c i rh .1,1' Washington l. nre-i
THE BRICK CHURCH
Hftll eni." I'll lit" -
Minister. ' ;;, "r. .
nit vtK.uun. . . h . '
FIFTH AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
i inii ve. in.. I i irtt nrin
RKV. J. II. .IOW I. IT. I) 1) . "n'c
REV." JOI IN DOUGLAS ADAM. i I1 .
St. CrtOttiiVf. Clnircl-
Hev I'.HS I - I V
SAM II - '
1 1. Mori ink
I Kvet sort- . s ' '
St. (tow's Church
In on 1 1 n v 1 "
Till". r.l'. . ( l; v. - I on mi I M"s
FlKI'll i:M I l!VI'll-l i in i" "
I . . s V
Itev. t llliM'.l II IMH I I Is 1 I' "
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Ls s se t i
I li.lt l'i.rl.1.. ( I ,ip I f II"
F.ro.i.iu v i.i, .
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Coinm-inton s '
f.io.t MiC.if , ' ' M
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M',U I Hill 1.11 I I III l!i II I'
( i i. .r ii... s. it i
i It, i
ill.l I' I III li( II Hrn.iilw.il
. Ur 'll 'tl s . i i ' v
I, and II Mr Low.i is