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EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA: SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30, 1922
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A Magazine Section
That Will Entertain Every Reader Yeung and Old
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"Napeleon's Sad Story of
The manuscript he dictated at St Helena
and repudiated, new identified as his,
with its secrets here first disclosed.
Who could possibly counterfeit Napeleon? Few can read the
manuscript without feeling the conviction settling upon them
that none ether than the great Corsican himself could be the
The great warrior writes frankly of the strengths and weak
nesses of his character of his uneventful childhood, when, as he writes "I was only an obstinate and
inquisitive child." He sketches his early and unfortunate army experience, his days of despondency
and despair, his later and greater triumphs.
"The New Congress woman
Who Learned Frem Ledge"
An interview with Mrs. Winifred Masen Huck,
who, born and reared in a political atmosphere,
has just been elected by her Chicago neighbors
te occupy the seat made vacant by her father's
death. An acknowledged success as a wife and
mother, she is going te Washington te renew old
acquaintances and te "fight for peace."
Mayme Ober Peak
"The Metering Speed Fiend
As the Engineer Sees Him"
This is the "Reckless Age," according te the man
at the locomotive throttle. He tells you here
about the tee-prevalent type of auteist, who
seems te delight in flirting with death. That he
is but mild in his censure is frightfully borne out
by the terrible tell in human lives.
Charles W. Duke
"Mummers' Parade a Reflection of
Primitive Instinct for Colorful Pageantry"
Philadelphia's Annual Tribute te Kins
Memus a Cress Section of Evolution Be
speaking the Modern Version of Ancient
Tribal Pemp and the North American
Indian Ceremonials Proving, Toe, That
the Eternal Feminine Has Ne Monopoly
Your twentieth century mummer, pirouetting up
and down Bread street, in frigid weather, be
decked in the flimsiest of ballet skirts, is answer
ing te the same emotional law that prompted the
redskin of our plains te stick burning splinters
into his flesh and like it.
Same men, but new costumes, new pranks, new
jokes, the pageant of New Year's Day, viewed
by thousands along Bread street, will be an even
mere gorgeous expression of the love of display,
of the ornate, of the spectacular, which prompted
them last year te provide merriment for the
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"Hew Monaghan the Man-Maker
Salvages Seuls Frem the Underworld"
A character study of a Philadelphia Judge, who is convinced that punishing dupe
fiends is net the logical solution of the drug evil. What he has been doing in the
way of breaking up the dope ring is familiar news here is a story about the man.
"The Old Oaken Bucket
from which Philadelphia
A cynic recently made the remark that if Phila
delphians didn't leek out they would drink up
the Delaware River before the bridge was com
pleted. Carlten E. Davis has given some stag
gering figures as te the extent of the present
Municipal water system, but still mere amazing
facts as te the necessities of the immediate
COMPULSORY ATHLETICS, by Hemer Balmy.
HOT NEWS FROM OATMAN, ARIZ., by Robt S. Deman.
A FRESH START FOR THE 1923 SWEEPSTAKES.
(Follies of the Passing Shew), by Leuis Hanlen.
i Q-Page Comic Section
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"The Girl Artists
Who Would Ge A-Working,
Ge With a Wise Old Bird"
His legs are spindly yellow things, and his feet are
hugely orange he is only weed, but six artists who
make him their daily companion and confidant, call
him the "Wise Bird." Custodian during the long
night hours, silent recipient of many a secret during
the day, you will find charm in this story of a com
panion who may well be proud of the success of his
six artist friends.
Where They Make
Your Popular Songs"
The "Seng-Plugger" who makes you
whistle a popular air is a super-salesman
who can earn as much as $10,000
A glimpse into the remarkable industry
that turns out endless jingles and
sometimes a "hit" with real heart and
melody in it.
"The DEMON of the Ferest"
By Corrinne Rockwell Swain.
A story of Seuth Americaa tropical Brazilian talc a
mysterious desperado and a aurprising denouement. A
countryside terrified by the bold exploits of a bandit, who
turns out te be well, read and see.
"IRISH, He of the Gallant Heart"
By Denn Byrne.
Was there ever a story of an Irishman written that did
net include the tale of a fight? If se, it wasn't a convinc
ing story. Here is a genuine he-man story.
Science Give Real Credence te the Ghost Superstition.
Mast Houses en Ships.
Sacrifice of the Salmen.
A Wonder Page of Science, by Rene Bache.
Q-Page Rotogravure Section
"What Are They Saying?" C(
An animated picture, with missing dia- rO Vr
legue. Supply the best dialogue and win in Cah Prizes
All this in addition te a superlative NEWSpaper, crowded with latest News events, Sports, Business, Society and Automobile CA
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