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THE SUN. SUNDAY. JULY 14. 1918.
Books Received in Week Ending July 10
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WILLIAM CABELL BRUCE
Author of "Benjamin Franklin , self revealed"
which won ihe Pulitzeki Priz.b Jor ihe Bssi
American Biography published in 1917
THi: RED BATTLE FLYER. By Capt.
Minkkkd Freihkrr von Richthokkn.
The story of the exploits of the moat fa
mous ot German aviators, who was killed
in action in April, VJH, tolil in his own
words. Von liichthofen was credited with
eighty air ietories, but a double seated
machine .counted as two victories under
the Herman system of scoring, wliich. dif
fers from that of the British. New York:
Robert M. McBride & Co. $1.25.
THK UP.OAT HUNTERS. l!v Jimes 1$.
Connolly. Mr. Connolly, who has ex
ceptional opportunities to follow tho work
of the naval forces, describes the work of
th" American navy abroad, and particu
larly the activities of the destroyers. New
York: Charles Scribner's Hons. $1.50.
GKItMAN Y'S COMMERCIAL GRIP ON
Till; WOULD. By Hknki Hauser. In
bis preface to the American edition of
this Frenchman book .1. Laurence
litghlin of tho University of Chicago
says: "As Cheradame has exposed the
military and I'an Oeroianistie designs of
Germany in the Kast, so Henri Mauser in,
thin toluiuc has reported in Ptrikitifj fash
ii in her economic and industrial methods
of penetration into other countries.
Cheradame 's work is supplemented by
that of Hauser. The former has shown
how Germany expects to profit by tho
war; the latter has explained how she
gained the economic power to strike the
Wo." Xew- York: Charles Seribner's
GENSKRIC: KING OF TIIE VANDALS
AND FIRST PRUSSIAN KAISKR. By
I'iiui.tnkv Bicklow. Mr. Bigolow was a
personal friend of the German Kaiser
from 1H7II to ISOU. His little historical
id tidy is designed to show the parallels
between early monarch who hailed
fio'n Potsdam and the present ruler re
iding in that neighborhood. New York:
G. I. Putnam's Sons. $1.50.
THK POLITICAL CONDITIONS OF AL
LIED SUCCESS. By Norman Angeix.
Mr. Angell calls his book "a plea for the
protective union of tho democracies."
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. $1.50.
MANAGEMENT OF THK AMERICAN
SOLDIKR. By Major Gen. IHvid C.
Shanks, U. S. A. A booklet published
through the generosity of Thomas F.
Ryan. Not for sale.
COLLDTKD MATERIA1.S FOR THE
STUDY OF THE WAR. By Ai.uekt E.
Mi'Kini.ly. Mr. MeKiidey starts with
Kileetions from President Wilson's ad
dresses. A topical of the war follows.
Then comes a syllabus for a course of
study on events preceding the war. Va
rious maps, a bibliography of material in
English relating to the war, war acts "of
the Fnited States to May 20, 1018, and
exeeutnc proclamations and orders in our
first year of war compose tho rest of the
book. Philadelphia: McKinley Publish
ing Company. 05 cents.
A DICTIONARY OF MILITARY TERMS.
By Edward S. Farrow. The author was
lately assistant instructor of tactics at
West Point. His book has nearly 700
pages, but is on thin jiajier and pocket
size. It includes 12,000 definitions. Tho
latest weapons are described and the va
rions insignia of the army and navy are
pictured. New York: Thomas Y. Crow
ell Company. $2.30.
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO WAR
PAPERS. Ao. ti. England and America.
By Cowers Read. A'o. 7. Democracy and
American Srheols.- By Chari.es II. Judd,
Chicago-: University of Chicago Press.
5 cents each.
FRAGMENTS FROM FRANCE: PART
FIVE'. By ('apt. Bruce Burnskvtiier.
More of Capt. Bairnsfather's amusing
pictures. George Haicn Putnam supplies
a brief introduction. New "York: O. P.
Putnam's Sons. 50 cents.
SIGNS, OMENR AND SUPERSTITIONS.
By Astb Cieixi. This is a sort of com
pendium compiled without prejudice or
condemnation. Where possible, the origin
of a superstition is explained. New York:
George Sully & 06. 75 cents.
INSPIRATION AND IDEALS. By Gren
ville Kleiser. Starting with New Year '
and ending with December .'II, Mr. Klciser
gives "a thought for every day." Hi
book is indexed by subjects." New York:
Funk & Wagnalls Company. $1.25.
CHILDREN WELL AND HAPPY. By
May Buss Dickinson. An illustrated
manual for the care of babies, published
under the auspices of the Massachusetts
State Federation of Women's Clubs.
Boston: Le Roy Phillips. CO cents.
nOME CANNING, DRYING AND PRE
SERVING. By A. Louise Andrea. The
author is a food oxprrt and presents
dozens of recipes and directions for can
ning vegetables and fruits, for making
jellies and pickling, for canning fish and
meats, for canning with honey and for
drving vegetables and fruits. Illustrated.
New York: Doublcday, Page & Co. 1.25.
PETITE ENCYCLOPEDIE CULINAIRE
DE LA CUISINE MODERNE. By J.
'Cancel. This contains 8,000 recipes in
highly condensed form, a sort of pocket
cook book. Tho author has served for
forty years in the kitchen in New York at
Louis Sherry's, the Waldorf Astoria and
.1. B. Martin's; in Paris at tho Cafo
Begnoir Paillarg and the Cafe des Am
bassadeurs; in San Francisco at Tait's
Cafe, and now at th.i Family Club. Tho
real usefulness of tho book, which does
not in general give iniantities, lies in tho
fact that, armed with it, you can tell al
most instantly the contents of any dish
on tho bill of fare if you can read ab
breviated French. New York: Counter
Des Elais UnU. $1.50.
MISS ?V jB
i GERTRUDE ij2m tF
shields gfe? m '"H
'Caste Three "BlHiM K
HISTORICAL ORGAN RECITALS r Vol
ume II. Johann Sebastian Bach. Edited
by Joseph Bonnet. Contains six choralo
preludes, five preludes and fugues, a passa
caglia, a pastorale and a sonata in D
minor. New York: G. Sehirmer. $2.
AMERICAN COUNTRY DANCES: Vol
ume I. Twenty-eight Contra Dancei.
Edited by Elizabeth Burchenal. The
dances represented and illustrated with
diagrams and described in the text are
largely -from the New England States.
' New York: G. Sehirmer. $1.50.
HARMONY IN TIANOFORTE STUDY
By Ernest Fowi.es. A book for the in
dividual student, with many musical illus
trations. New York: G. Sehirmer. $1.
PERCY ALDRIDGE GRAINGER: A
STUDY. By D. C. Parker.. A Btudy of
Grainger's compositions, with musical
illustrations, photographs of Grainger ami
a list of his published compositions and
arrangements. New York: G. Sehirmer.
TnE RUSHTON BOYS AT RALLY
HALL. By Spenter Davenport. Two
boys of rather different makeup are the
heroes of tho story of boarding school
life. Among other exploits they solve a
mystery. New York: George Sully & Co.
LUC1LE ON THE HEIGHTS. Br Eliza
beth M. DurrutLD. Adventures of Camp
Fire Girls, including the rescue of a stolen
boy from a gyrsy camp. New York:
George Sully & Co. $1.
NAN SHERWOOD AT PINE CAMP. By
Annie Roe Cars. Nan's parents lcavo
her to the care of an iflicle and aunt who
run a camp in Michigan. Nan saves her
uncle by getting possession of a rival lum
berman's secret. New York-: George
Sully & Co. 75 cents.
THE ART OF AUBREY BEARDSLEY.
By Arthur Symo.ws. "No artist of our
time, none certainly whose work has been
in black and white, has reached a more
universal or a more contested fame. None
has had so wide an influence on contem
porary art," says Mr. Symons. The vol
nme contains many illustration of
Beanlsley's work. It is a book in the
Modern Library series. New York: Boni
& Liveright. CO cents.
IN THE MIDST OF LIFE. Bt Asibrosi
Biekcx. The sub-title of the book is Tale
of Soldiers and Civilians. It include
, many of Bierco's best short stories and,
starts with his famous A Horseman in tha
Sky. New York: Boni k Liveright. $1.50.
MABIE GRUBBE. By Jens Petes Jacob
sen. A historical romance of Denmark in
the middle of the seventeenth century.
The English translation of great beauty.
New York: Boni & Liveright. $1.50.
E. K. MEANS. By E. K. Means. A col
lection of eight negro stories by a new
writer whose work has been widely popu
lar. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons.
BERTHA GARLAN. Bt Ann c &
ScHNTTZLEB. A novel by the Austrian
dramatist now published in the Modern
Library series. New York: Boni & Liv
eright. 60 cents.
THE PRIVATE PAPERS OP HENRY
BYECROFT. Bt George Gissino. A
semi-autobiographical work telling of Gis
"sing's earlier struggles and containing his
reflections on books and life. Now pub
lished in the Modern Library series. New
York: Boni & Liveright. CO cents.
GEORGE BERNARD snAW: HIS LIFE
AND WORKS. Bt Archibald Hender
son. This is a critical biography of wids
repute now for the first time put forth in
a popular priced edition. New York:
Boni & Liveright. $1.50.
NOT GUILTY. By Robert B latch ro:u.
Discussions of laws, human and divine; of
morals, environment, heredity, conscience,
free will and self-control, and other mat
ters. New Yorkr Boni & Liveright.
AN ELEMENTARY HANDBOOK OF
LOGIC. By John J. Toohet. Logic ex
pressed in simple form with the formal
terminology. The book is by the profes
sor of logic and metaphysics of George
town University. Indexed. New York:
Schwartz, Kirwin & Fauss. $1.25.
THE NEW TESTAMENT AND CATHO
LIC PRAYER BOOK COMBINED. A
pocket edition for soldiers and sailors with
the imprimatur of Cardinal Farley. New
York: Bcnziger Bros.
WHILE PARIS LAUGHED
Ready at All Bookstores July 25th.
The Paris is the dear, laughing, sparkling Paris before the war -the reflection
of a jewel that is cone; the scene fa the abode of the most bizarre of tho devotees of
the Muses; the time is the brave days of twenty-one. The absurdities of the elegant,
preposterous Tricotrin, and his hilarious comic-opera circle, are a series of escapades
ridiculous to the point of tears and tender as a sh:ning smile.
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