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OUR SATURDAY SHORT STORIES FOR SUMMER!
,The Second of the Great Series of the Best Love Stories
Being Written in America Today Will Appear
in The Day Book Saturday.
Another wonderful love story!
That is the treat The Day Book
has in store for its rea'ders !
This time the story is to be by that
famous author, 0. HENRY the man
who fought his way from the park-
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.bench and the bread-line to the posi
tion of the highest-paid short-story
teller in New York and then who
died just as the triumph came.
"BRICKDUST ROW," which will
appear in this paper Saturday, is con
sidered 0. Henry's best tale.
It is the story of Florence Flor
ence, "The Beggar-Maid" and
Blinker Blinker, "The King Cop
hetua" both in a very modern ro
mance that happens mostly in that
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great crowds from the North river
piers around the.Battery to Coney
And Dan Sayre Groesbeck, the
noted black-and-white illustrator,
has drawn a most striking picture to
go with the story. A picture that
Dan Sayre Groesbeck.
throws a great white light" on the
tale just at its intensest moment
A great story "Brickdust Row!"
A great author 0. Henry!
A great artist Dan Sayre Groes-
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