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. "works of art immortal, and which
has brought the highest price in the
fashionable marriage markets (of
-v Jhe w.orld.
The splendor of classic Greek art
is that of form rather than feature.
The glory of Italian art is the mag
nificence of line and proportion rath
'$ er than details of hair, eyes and ex
pression. Many men died hecause Helen of
Troy was MOLDED like a goddess.
Men have never relinquished this
Ideal of female loveliness; even the
cause of .modern murder cases are
explained sufficiently if the woman
in the case is an "ARTISTS'
e Evelyn . Nesbty Thaw, artists'
model, was a central figure in the
mostT)itter prosecution for murder
ever waged in any country, outside-J
of political circles.
And a score or more of rich Phil
adelphia's quaked on account of the
murder of jSrace Roberts, artists'
jmodel. Today the. actress sets the
fashion in clothes, but the artists'
model, as always, sets the fashion in
There is no other beauty in the
;world equal to that of the human
form divine. "While the tendency of
ART is to idealize the body, the ten
dency of LIFE is to vulgarize it And
the beauty which should dignify (life
too often only degrades it Many an
'artists' model who might have posed
for the Venus de Milo takes hr final
r pose on a marble slab in the city's
k " Girls who think o'f their face-and
their figure and who regard 4-carat
diamonds and millionaire admiretrs
)ets the deserved rewards of loveliness
debase the beauty which was given
woman to ennoble life.
V Siegei-cooper unauneur Hurt
-Fred Johnson, 19, , 704 W. Van
Buren. chauffeur for Siegel-Cooper
& Co. auto truck, was hurt today
wheh State street car and auto truck
collided near 12th and .State sis. ,
1HAS PERFECT BRAIN!
'Abernathy, HarvarcFstudent, has a
lOCper cent brain, according to tests
by the late Prof. Munsterberg, and
the canning business of his "father
at West Pembroke, M., will get the
benefit of it. Abernathy jpassed tests
in 10 minutes while others puzzled
over them for hours.
- o 0
HEALTH DEP'T MEN BAWLED.
A dozen inspectors of the -health
dep't were disciplined yesterday by
Dr. J. D. Robertson and charges of
neglect of duty were filed against
them. Robertson says tfiey have not
been doing the proper amount of
Those suspended: A. J. Seabrook,
J. A. Spillard and A. N. Stearns.
Charges were filed against these:
L. L. Belau, W. J. Doherty, J. Hen
derson, J. J. Quinn, C. B. Collins, W.
L. Cossar, H. L. Shafer and M. D.
AgnearGroja, 16, 2343 Cooper, diea
at St. John's hospital, supposedly .of