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v M te I ramianini in London Londoni
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t r > i engage It1 I tharle Dalrnore In Int
t v Mr r1 f v n iontrncta have lieen lieenti
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rr t i f i ihIhkaoenrnany ihIhkaoenrnanyI he Chicago company companyi
i i inhjn oihlng definite to say on the thei
i 1 the th h nun n w company Mr I Dlp1 Dlp1f pp l lM
M I IIl n F Ms IS reporteralthouch rporlr altJouch after rtrIt
It p 4 i 41 i I ilie opportunity to confer with withirs withpv
111 irs they Ihl will make a full stats atatei IlatIII statsplr
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r trI I T r r week w from Tueaday TueadayMr TuNd TuNdol
Mr ol liippel said hl that hi hili wife had con coni con1 i
tTIr1 i ivphoid fever from eating eattn oyster oysterid i i1rI
1rI JI IUIII id that he had heard try b cable cablerftfr cablevPt
rftfr r ut 1 I the 11f wa U now entirely free from fromtfvr rronaf
tfvr f 0 He II will journey Journ by automobile automobileir
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t r < get Ia ark > > lo Europe Lira iMppel llr 1 will willI
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ltiv 1JIOr Vtirs i Mrs I l I lie > e movel by that time timeI tlmI
I hive b ba i look after the engagement engagementI IIIlta mlllt mllltI
I an rrhestra for Chicago Mr Ir IWppel IWppelUK 1
UK Mvt 11 alt o ough It ought lIu bt not to be difficult difficultnow
now nn to flnd competent player There Thereue 011refIMI
ue ir Imiy r of r them th m In the Ih field fieldWhat nJdltll fts1dIVIIP
What fIMI ltll mil WIIII l bs e > the th h effect of Mr Ir Ham Hamm 11ammftMfl
m mftMfl r iein S withdrawal Well elI of course coursewill muratwill coursetIl
will tIl effectively kill all alloomJftltlon 11 competition for forth rorIh fortha
th tha Metr 1fI ylitr Iittr as a It scarcely seem seemt II Clnjolfpht seemsptN
jolfpht t > TMiMe any man will III attempt Umt to estab establish eitabliti tab tablih ¬
lish iwnil n1 opera 111 here after Mr Ir Ham
mer mIf1U tein a experience or court any anyt anyth ty tyi1v
t th viv with Ih the Ih mean la at t liberty 11001 lo try trywain tln tryar
wain ar n hit it t inn dii not eofm lIt m likely tlut tluti
i ere will dI be any nr manager courageous courageouswidish rollrllltlOlUtnCh couragroun
widish n igb to try anY opposition agaIn acainMr
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i 1jr < i a nmpany had not only been an annr ana
a nr iicvms 1 In Part but would oul < l prob probMT prolJal probspIt
al MT succeed U < In making money which whichan
is an tmuMial thing for a foreign must musia mUalfcanlullnn
a I rcanliation In Pari Parife ParifI ParisimpresarIo
fI fe impre impresarIo ario will go next week rek to tot toIn 10toIICO toIn
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Mr Pippe Mid the th best possible ar arirlt arU arpt5
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Metropolitan New S York nt the H Rn Riis Riisn < w wn
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9 nrnersarv n11 Sunday In Ih the he First FirtI
I T g I nnl I t rwrih which u com comt
Z the I fortieth anniversary annl fJ of oft nrIA
t 4 tj s > ir nn > n I > y two week of special specialHieHev J1lCialh
5 HieHev I h tie ftto flew l flr r r Washington Had lladI <
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The Hev r Ir l r Bradford radrOMII radrOMIIJ the thee
J e lortieth anniversary annlv lIIry of whose whoser
4 < r rp rlnit hutch < ch ui celebrating will willC
1 C < 45 e an II sddresa ddre Tomorrow after afterWilde rllrWild
0 Wild MemnriaKhapel Memorial ChA1 there therei t there54sflhi re
i r 54sflhi > tioti 011 i r f rh rhe h members of the thei Ih Ihr
r r i z I vHigregatinn lnfIr < linn and invited invitedt
t I1 J and nrl Mr Int nradford arid th thi the HUIl themiers
i mr Mrnt r of the Ih church will re rer reo reon isIr
n 11 IIr r Itntle II of HroeMn join tIsing m I Ilnrrlln tInr IInretln
lnrrlln Inr nllrgr CII CIIoJ lollegIr < nllrgrIr
oJ Ir r tIn1 > hn 4 1 Doyle 101 associate associatee
I I 1I e Itmmtn Itht Catholic 4hoJl Church Churchv
11 v of Pf Angek Ana al i Fourth avenue avenueivfonrih afltiiI rnll rnllvIltllr
I ivfonrih vIltllr street Ir Brooklyn Brooklynihe
the h Krann ttan v4s cn Brother at atI 1 1I
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11 i he s o the ether thlrtlr day by byi
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r i t l KrMejBwmi hrifI n4Iin asked th thi the
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retlhltl of a Meek eckBen B aa Lu Mgnt Mgntmill NttWilli tIjhtItIt
mill Scoter Ior Prmen 1rsm4p 1rsm4ppw IIIMad IIIMadw de deNew
New pw w York Universitys UnITtnlt IIIIYMtrtihth IIIIYMtrtihthnllUlI eventy i hth hthannual
annual commencenwnt commn week eek festivities r
began taut night with th the senior nlor promenael promenails prome promenade ¬
nails In the gymnasium Campbell F Q Otlrlin 0nr1in
Xorlln tlrlin chairman of the th committee led ledolf
t off ol In the dance at t 1 P M MThe
I The committee commll In charge consisted of ofi
i Campbell f Q Xorlin orliz chairman Frank i
I K I Ikvilh John Hill Karle FAr Qrlffen Robert I IM
8 fhome homflJohnW John W McCoy IfCQJrJam Jr Jam ieon ltlfQi
Marshall H Adam L Lldd Among the thepatronvowv thepalron thepatronesse
patronvowv palron were Mr Henry M Mac Macracken I IJIIrk
Cracken JIIrk n Mn Marshall 8 Brown Mr MrsArthur n
Arthlr Arthur II i ttwtk1 Ira J 3 II Ireland
JJ In W K t Johrwon Mr In norg GMao G
I11 tn1jktIi Mrs l U > c NoU olan lira Charles CharlesI I II
I > Norlin orlill Mr tra A U I Willis Mr In J 1 A
7lnllIrlnnlodnr Immorirvmn ImmorirvmnToday IrnmrirnnnToday
Today In langiuge hall at 1 12 oclock oclocki
i Ih the annual mrotlng m mcotln of the Phi Beta Kappa KIt
Koclety Horltrwm HOcietwitltakeplars will take place At IJJO I2 the therk theew New
Vrk rk University Illstorical Society 8ot1 ly will 11I
imext i I Following the us usll41 naug < ui custom at t
IJOP 13 r i M In the cymnaaiiim ouium the annual
luirlwnn honr of th the Alumni Amoclatlon A IUon of
Art Artlnll AftsflflhISdpflCPWiIlb5hpll and Selene 1nre1II will beheld be hld The ThannuaI ThannuaImeeting annual annualnwetlng annuall
l meeting will b be immediately thereafter tbnoartAorwhim thereafterst
f st t which th the election of offlwr oftl t will take takeplace takepial takepInts
place placeTomorrow pialTomorrow pIntstTomorrow
Tomorrow the Re Rn lr l r Cleland B
McAfee of Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian
Church Bmoklyn will UI deliver thobaoc thobaoci the haoca haocaIlalllte hat
i laureate nerrnon at 4 P M In the audi ¬
torium toriumi toriumVarious
I i Various arlol exercise will take pltoe on
I Monday lol1d and Tuesday TUMda n nut xt week ek > and
i commencement coml1W l mnt will be on Wednesday WednewUy11IKK Wlnpl WednesdayIItht < la laIIUI
IIUI 11IKK KM u K3iaH suxi AT OTK OTKI OWIIlloaril OCLhoard
I Illoaril hoard a r Visitors at t Annapolis Reccm Reccmmrada R IleesmSnenda om
i mrada ilNIsyse It tItfT > lejer t IttIO Midshipmen MidshipmenANMaroLi tldlhlpmMAHllaIOLiJI MIdshipmenAXAPoLIs
ANMaroLi June I IThe Th m 12 member memberof mIIIbtor
of the graduating claa at t the Naval NavalAcademy NnalradmT Navaltiademy
Academy today received Ivfd their diploma diplomafrom d1plomurrom diplomufrom
from the hand d of rieorg C fOrC von on L Meyer MeyerSecretary Meyerscreta MeyerSecretary
Secretary screta of the Navy Sa and June week weekended weekeniled k kmd1
ended in a bLue of brilliancy tonight tonightwith toD1ahtIth tonightwith
with Ith the th farewell ball given < Ivro by b the clue clasof clueor
of lIt to the graduate graduateIn
In hi hla address dtHII to the II graduate Secre Secretary 8 Secretary ¬
tary 11 Meyer spoke pok of the Increased In de demand d dmanda demantis ¬
mantis upon naval officer and urged them themnot themnot
not to be satisfied with merely following I
In the Ih footsteps of other olb i illrnry
henry K Hosetle of Florida take th the
111 hlllt ghost graduation honor this year tAI I
lbs Board of Visitor will recommend recommendthat
that the Ih nervate JAM pi the HU IU already
rI by the House of Representative lPt1 ntatlN I
providing that graduate of r the Naval
Academy A Imy shall be I b commissioned a aa Kn tn1I1jM
I I sign at once The board also recommend recommendthe
the th completion of the academy ground
by th the acquisition aoqultl ton of a trip of land be be10nJdnlt ¬
longing to the cIte t of if Annapolis The Thei 1bJIll
i cost will 11I lie about half a million dollar dollarsA
A bridge aero across College Creek uniting unltin unltinthn
the academy with the th marine barracks barracksand
and naval hospital I III suggested suggestedI suUetedSeveral
I Several thousand persona attended attendedi
i the th farewell ball In the armory tonight Ionllhth
I Mi Mrs h lark wife of Ca Cal CaIl > < Oeorg Oeorplt It Clark Clarkmmandant Clarkcommandant
i commandant of midshipmen O and Mid Midshlpman lId
> hillman T H King Zd d of California CallrornlatNldt
I president of Ihe clan laM of lOll reoeived reoeivedJMJS iCdj reosivedIrIDc
Mr Ir HenlonTnerrforeran IIf1Ilon TItrDr an tlpkutbor tlpkutborItlhrl peak luther lulhorllathrl lutherilitbet
llathrl en 0 nmlnes ntn There ThereA Thlhllnch
A bunch of Georgia oor i hank president presidenti pfflllidnlaIIrrlnd presidentsrrhcd
i arrived 1 the th Imperial yesterday YHoI ftlay In Individually Inrlilduall Individually ¬
dividually there were only two I WB but red collectively rolIinl redIeetively ¬
lectively there were 11 something like forty fortysix fortylix
six is W V H Toole president of the til First FirstNational FiralSatl FirstNational
National Satl nal Rank na of Winder wo wai one on and andI
I CI I Ilenton of Muntirello 1nll 11o was 1 the Ih forty fortyHve rortyH fortylive
live H v tner tneri era erai
i Mr Ir Henton ton i Uo at the head of tlieBenton tlieBentonhank tlofo Benton JIHIlnnhnk Bentonbanks
hank Koine orn of which are a Kito and a rlllOII rlllOIIJIIItlOMl some somenational somenationol
national He II explained llpiaine yesterday tIrd1 that thatthey Ihatt thatthey
they t h in no sense e > nse n > are ar a chain tr p1 f tanks la bankstwit tanksIxit k
twit 1 that lhl each Ih eh ia a separate lrll institution iRltutlnn institutionthough
though tlrh he h is the tlll president 1lidnl of or n control trnl controlsearti
each e on one These T hank are a scattered scatteredall nllrt
all over the Ih State tle of ieorgi iorla and ntl natu naturally natllrally OCt11rally ¬
rally Mr Ir Rent tllnll fenton nn is m e a p pisitlon ition Ii n to know knowhow kuwhw knowhw
hw Ixunneo I i Is and hnw h much rllrh money moneythere mMyIhrl moneythere
there Ihrl i down here hereKvervthmg hreivervthing r rErYlhinlt
Kvervthmg i is in go 11 shop hn > e said saidMr saidMr id idIr
Mr Ir Henton lInlol Th T farmer rarm are re r now I not notmuot no notrnun4i
muot mur inortfwceil lonllll up as a they h I luwltol luwltolTli I4 I ti I IT be beThe
Tli T The honks of the li Hlote HII 101 are ar in giv ooil > d con condition Mndllo eonilkioti ¬
dition dllo too I Crol Crops Vop will 11 Is a Irtlle hfl late te teowmgtn I cc ccowing II IIo
owmgtn o owing < il to a polil t ap1 spoil f < ll ore 1I Ir f them II1 had d dI to toIH iiiIe
IH I reokinled rIAII hul hil llm Ih i > < ill IHk < Mik i is isgood very verygood rrro 1
good goodHow goodhow < o
How 10 t i is prohilrttwn working < he hI wa waasked WAIkNi wasasked
asked askedMr IkNi askedMr
Mr tr Twtlernn T Tnl Iln inn el ymi more Inn armnt ao that thatthan Ih1lhll thinthan
than lhll I He II is interested InlrIt in the Ih thesuhject thesuhjectvpfi subject subjectYen uhJP
Yen said Mr Ir Tonic Tol Since 1lnC we have havehad hA havehail
had prohibition ptlhilon down there th the people peoplehave 111 111hv IiPiChave
have hv saved NIla a great Ia deal 1 of money mn Then Thenreal Thnt Thenrent
real estate t sale MIf have hae lieen II greater Irlr in inAtlanta 1 inAttains
Atlanta by V n per fl fltt11 refit refitRoil BI BIKeil
Roil tt11 estate 41 has ha advanced dnnd considerably considerablyall
all al over Ir the Ih State lal supplemented auppmlnl1 Mr MrIlenion Ir I
Demon DemonIn Inln i iIn
In mmthern lhm rhx Cora korga > rgta more mor than ISono ISononuo lr umfls
nuo nO worth rh of r farm Fnd land have hY changed changedkanil changedhands
hands han during th the last 11 few r years hanl con continued rn rnIlnu1 conilnueil ¬
tinued Mr Ir Toole To People 11p from Illinois Ilno IlIlnolaCr i iare If
are Cr f corning IIlnl In in large Iri numbers nlmlrA buying buyingproperly blylnl buyingproperly
properly and anl developing the ti pecan in1 in1dustry In Intluitry I Ihllr
dustry JoprY Yes there Ih is no doubt p that thatitrnhitttinn I IIohilrun IirohiI4tinn
itrnhitttinn Iohilrun ha hA done dOI the II Stale a lot of ofgood ofgood i
good goodThe 11
The hl farmer rrrA are lre en going in more for fordiversified foritivrslfled i
diversified dlrlind crop remarked r < Mr Ir Benton BentonThen flentonThen ton j
Then the advnced crop price of
II aInt plr turpentine turpentineand I Iand
and lumlier Ilmlr have hA resulted lullM in great at 1m 1mprnvement 1min Imtrnvement
prnvement in the th turpentine turlntlM and ad < timber timberbusines tlmlrJinI timbertueineem
busines JinI We W are developing dnoopin the th water waterpower woterlpower i ipIr >
power all al over oVlr the thl State There nJ are a a agreat aIII agreat
great III pIr many river capable rJhll of giving rnlt I Iwater Ialr
water power Ir and nd these Ihl are ar being hln rapidly i I
lamd harnessed up
There TtlrI i is 11 a great deal of Northern Northerncapital Northerncapital orMm orMmlplal
capital lplal coming ominll into jlt the Ih Mute Htt forth for the de development d dYlopmnt deveiopmnt ¬
velopment of r project proJll like Ik thee IhH said saidMr saIdMr aldfr
Mr fr Tools Tol We W are ar lust Jllt up here he for rD a apleasure apfritatire
Mr Ir Benton bust business bustness
pleasure trip Irlp though nton bll blln ¬
ness n pllr bring brn him up 1 her h f several nr1 times tlm a ai aytar ayear
i xrnx 1 lp 1f r rf4i 4I i 0 > ri II4JR II4JR4ast vrnx vrnxTOM IR IRi
i TOM t Which hlh Will II Appear Apr tilth lh Maude Maudetilinn 5lsudetIltns ad
tilinn 1 In Is s lea DI Uke It I IIMaud
1 Maude lallr Adfm Adml will wi make mkll her first lrat ap appearance appeatante 1 ¬
pearance rnc a as RootUnd ROlr on o Monday evening eveningi
i In the Ih out of door d < r production prOOuclon of r A AYou Anl Ae AenhI
You nl nhI Like Uk If h which Charles CrlN Frobman Frbn I Imaking Imklnc Is Ismaking
making mklnc In the Oreek O k Theatre of the theUniversity te teUnlltT theUniversity
University of California Clroml at Berkeley BerkeleyThe Rrkel
The tiut rllJlt of th the principal prtDrpl who will willsupport wi willi
i support lppr Miss 11 Adam AdmI U I I 7A TI h < Binltitd Binltitdliulct 801 801I flcetaAdI
I liulct Oenrge Crl Osbourne Obu Dvtct Dl Prtdtriek PrtdtrieklUvid 11 FrrderkkDavId
DavId Torrence Tor Jnfutf J Arthur rthlr Byron ByronU nyr
U 1 Bta 8t41 Oeorge n irorge rae Trader Trader Jajvn J4 At d Bail 8011llm BelaIumedn
1 1iimeden 1llm hare lal Orlaruio Otl o Martin lrn Babine BabineI Sbne SbneI
I I Adorn dam James JAmlJ L Cirharf Carrt ITUifom IUllm Wallace WIIP WallaceJrckson
1 Jtckson Jrka To TOltAaol Towrhfoa fAsfo K I Peyton rfn Carter CarterTori Camr CarterConic
Conic rnrI Fred Tyler TIr fltt 11 Lord Iid Lumwlen LumwlenHare Lu LuIllrI Lunwtnliar
Hare < VI elle t t fJIlfci Jli WaldegniTo Ald rY Phahr PhahrI P Ih4Jh5MArgaret MI
I IllrI Margaret LPI Gordon Gmln and Audrey Aldr Desmond DesmondKelly DmDQ DmDQK DesmondKelly
Kelly K I Nearly SNrl a hundred hlndt subsidiary wihtldiarrpart alhadlary alhadlaryfr subsidiarypirtanuittwii
part pirtanuittwii out 1111 law forester tortrs lord lr attend attendant atl attendantaon ¬
ant ant antaon fr on o the thedukes duke dul will willtietaken be taken tklll by bytrslnid bytrslnidactor trlnr trained trainedactors
actors from rrm t New w York William Wiim Flint FlintMr FuratIr FuretMr
aor Mr Ir Frohman chief dler orchestral ral director dlrr dlrrI dIrectorIi
i Ii directing d le th the orchestra orttr or For th to the last I
I month a company of nearly a hundred hundredperson hudr hisidredpersons
i person his I been n travelling Irv ln < with wlb Ui UiAdam MiAdams I
Adam fr on n her lfT Western N tour lur In What WhatFvery WbtEvery t tEvr
Adm Every Evr Woman Wnm Know Kow occupied In I dally dallyrehearsal da dalyrehearsals
I rehearsal r hfl of A You o Uk np It It < A I Forest Fortwtof F
of Arden ha h been built buit In the te Ortek OwkTltrl
ITbentre Theatre Tltrl B Arl and at the entire IIItre production prooloD pre prepared p pt ptred ¬
pared red noon an unprecedented seal sealThe scaleThe
pl The Te A AUo octatloa < a uprlle of California Curorl t School SchoolTeoch 8ol 8olTera ScheolTeachers
I Teoch Tera Teachers rs about abut 8000 e strong IrC bu I 1 as O or orranred urE atranted
ranted the Ihl date dI of It It iii annual aU1 coavenUoo coavenUooat CYIUo
at rE Berkeley rll that It It Iii member mfb rear witoe witoeMarg wl witnesMarrt
Marg Marrt r ret t Afiglln clna speolaIp I = po1a1peafoimace po1a1peafoimaceof rformaBO rformaBOof c
of Ir Antigone AnJCMe at th the Greek Theatr of 0 tb tbUniversity the theUniversIty
University UllnnU of California Cliomta on o Jus M MOUs 1 NOtt
OUs 0 Skinner 8ie who h h h has jut Jtt ftoUbed fI Ml ed atoter a atour
tour toV In If Your YOW Bumble Hub Serrant 8 rVnt wilt U noil noilfer al alfe JI JIfee
fee fe th tlo the tteditamneaa eteo tomorrow tom tomorrowwill K KwH
wH return rtu to t this dll country about tt ttof She Shemiddle
110 middle wi of September 8r cJ Whether Me Ar au h I he wffl wfflto w 11l 11lwear
to a MW pise 5 S or o eeattew eeeau i iTees la laBwsW
Yt Tees lr BwsW II Bervaaf 8 srvaat pl hM J Bat a yet yttbea yetheec
bea dee44d d 8 B I ls aeeompannd a 7 oe oeW O caZbrGad
W CorMM trip ZbrGad abroad 1 by h M I wife w ae a daughter daughterCorMM d dau dauS
S 4
A rAiaiox FU n TILK av DI nniuu nniuuAUEX IfIUI1 tIIJt41JIIIEX
A A 11 lf lnn lease a n Fall M I Rum la at t Coluhla lucinla lie liePrrillcl I lUPrnIIeis
Prrillcl PfUl1 Heiere lion lt and Quit Quitr QultlInn Quietirs
r Ur Inn The tlockraken llrkr Ualof Cllol In far farrallllei larrllI farEeIitie
rallllei rllI Mere toTan IsreThan Than Kc Iceemk o mle KJIecli KJIecliWlllUm FiteetsWilliam I IWlll
WlllUm Wlll Allen AU Tiite nltl lltteratour Itrtr of ofajllatlon orelllo ofagitation
agitation elllo Mt lt in the ti private office of the theecretary Ihl thesecretary
secretary lry of the unIversity unlYenlT which he heowned h how1 heowned
owned for the time Iml being blnC aa Indeed In he hedUI h hI bedid
dUI every Ier7 other nook nB and cranny cD of Co Columbia CoIlmhi Columbia ¬
I lumbia Ilmhi University Unlyral and smIled alfd com complacently r cornpLacently ¬
placently Itlr out OC toward lowrd Karl Erilall Hall looking lookingover lolug lolugonr
over a landscape ldp overflowing orowlnl with wih color colorfrom Clor Clorrr colorfrom
from rr doctor dolora hood b lavender lnnder araaola 11IA 11IAae PIuwIand < araaolaand
and ae outdoor otdor punch bowl bowlII bwl
II I had h good c reason J for complacency complacencyThe tIIOeT tIIOeTT
The T annual conferring lrtlnl of honorary de degree d dgJ dogrees ¬
gree gJ wan Just JUt over with one for him himand himand hImand
and all 1 down that tht list It of honored names nameariotod naN naNrlot namesriotodPh
riotod rlot riotodPh Ph P D 0 flLLDandsoonhls LliDt LLD and to e on o hi name namealone nl namealone
alone Io almple and ad unadorned uoml was upheld upheldmerely ullhle upheldmerely
merely by b the appendix appndll Emporia Epr Man KanWM Ka ManWee
WM not this Ila enough pnoh to make mak the heart of ofKinporia orpr ofLinponia
Kinporia pr Bill Bi rejoice tf r ru course there theremight thremllht theremight
might be b a reason rn hut that tha mattered matteredlittle mateN matteredlIttle
little UII the fact remained remainedAa
mn mnA
Aa A the Ih Kansas Ka Mge tat tn and smiled upon uponthe upn upnIhe uponthe
the academic amlo riot of color Clor and a thought thoughtof
of the Ibl charming rbaln simplicity lmpUrt of hit ha own ownaddendum ownaeeu ownaddendum
addendum aeeu It U I little lli wonder that tht hi hithoughts his blatholah histhought
thoughts and a word or when he was A asked askedto aake
to give I vent t to IDIm some of them thel through Ihru < h a aliterary aliterary i ilirl
literary lirl and a not nt a political pUIc channel challhap shaped nhapedthemselves shapedthemselves I Itbely
themselves tbely Into Ino a figurative I form formModes ron formllodes I
Modes Mo thl th this year are a touch more mor severe severeand 1re 1reD severeand
and D on plainer plnlr lines UnfIm lInenIm Im speaking pklnll of ofmuck ormuk ofmuck
muck muk raking ru of court lOunbe counehe he Inlerplle InterpolatedIn Interpolated InterpolatedInanatlde
Inanatlde In a an aside ald They are a with wth fewer rllWt screens tcreenand I screensand
and a less 1 is pronounced pnoln than lh those thO My N of ofIMS ornos oflSO
IMS lSO or 1W1 1W1There 10 10T 1003Ther
There T has ha been bn a gradual Itru quieting qutn of ofstyle ort ofstyle
style t In the literature IIru of agitation adtloD a lr lrprnn re repression ispreaslon ¬
pression prnn of modish mOih effects fell and nd colon clo cloUnl art artscaling aresealing
scaling Unl down from the crimson rJn of itos itosto 1 ioto
to mauve mUYN and an grays gia and a very I email emailcheck smallchecks ml
check cek are more fashionable ruhionble now no than in inthe Inthe Inthe
the day that lht Mr McClure 11clur Invented Invltf the thefirst Ihefrat theOratMerny
Widow hat to be talked through throughby
first frat OratMerny Merry b 1lkN tbrulth tbrulthb1
by all o llhl the young men and Id women wom of the thecheaper I thecheaper bechMr
cheaper magazine
1 think on the whole whol it I no longer longerfashionable 10nrrhona longerfashIonable
I fashionable rhona to try tf to t change chanl the eco econornio f fI ecoI
nornio noml system Im of the th country Cuntr we w are an anlolnlln aregoing
I 1going going lolnlln In for politics pll rather rthr than th economic economiceffect PClmlo PClmloI economloetTects
effect effectThe etTectsThe le
I The T speaker akr interrupted intrlt himself hlmJ for fora rormmeDt
a moment to gaze pJ earnestly NrDt out of the thewindow theI thewindow
window wndw Convinced CODlnl that tht the attendant attendantwere al attendantswere dt dtn
were n not removing remol the flowing wll bowl bowlfrom bwl bwlrr bowlfrom
I from rr it I green n retreat rtrt but merely mrPl re replenishing 1 replentahing ¬
plenishing pklahn It he settled u14 back again in incomfort InI incomfort
I comfort comfortInitiative rmron comfort9nltIsttve
i Initiative ln1all and referendum which lc by bythe b1the bythe
the war are not horse r medicine mtn have havei havetaken
i taken t kn th place of the Inequitable Inuitbl dis distribution dlatriOton dl dltrihuUon ¬
I tribution triOton of 0 ro wealth Ib we are < going OIDI in for fortlie rorIho forthe
the direct d1r primary prtml recall r1 the short shortballot shortballot hor
ballot blot and at other otr purely pll political plU1 reforms reformswhich reformswhjch ro rowlch
which lack pronounced effect II t and the thecheap th thechespinannerof
cheap wlch chespinannerof manner mnr prnt of the style 11 In I the middle middleof midlor
of the past decade d of year yearI
I t I think pl also 1 that the thl gay and ane am amI eimwhat im imwhit
what gorgeous trimmlnc of ornatn nrt omni omniscience omnlrlnre omrnscience ¬
I science Irlla are naming There Tre eeem mil to 10a ho hol heta
l ta a distinct dlnc movement mof plnl nt for sombre 1mb quailS qualiflcations qualif quailSeatione
< cations negationand npllonand expectation npton which whichindicate whlehIndlmt whichlndknte
indicate Indlmt the Ih permanent netting ttn of a new newstyle nrwat newstyle
style at In the b millinery mllnr pnnt of our profession professionOf roriono
Of o course MI there th si are person rna who Mill Millwear stillwear tl
wear the thl gaudy U plume plun1 of the trust 1lt buster busterth bUAIrtl busterthe
th tl the Urge < rhododendron rhoOlnM and hydran hydrangea bytlln bytllnth hydrangeas ¬
gea Lla the th aigrette 1lN and pompons of th thearliet UI UINrl1 theearliest
earliest < period ril of the II Terror Jp hut theee theeeper Ih IhIIDI theapersons
per persons IIDI nn are I nresiittleoutnand n I little lill outr ol and nd are a In II gen general general 1 1nl ¬
eral nl frowned rrow upon by I the Ihl more fastidious fastidiousand rltdilft I Ial iandeffeciual
and andeffeciual effectual 1rll of the cult cultt COlI COlIlhll eiiltIt
al It t thl lhll this point the IhAlralraf thAlralfat4age Alfalfa Mage < wasagsln wasagslnInterrupted was alaln alalnI again againinterrupted
Interrupted inlrltM this time lm externally fluprl whit whIles I Ia
I a dignified spectacled rcl frock rrk coated t In Individual Individual ¬ 1
dividual ttyku1 cf In testified I tnt a as to how he and hi hiwife his h14wr hiswife
wife wr read and an profited by b not to My I en enjoyed enjoyed n nJor ¬
joyed Jor I Certain < rtaln Rich RI b Man Compli Compliment ComUmnll Complimints ¬
mints mnll were exchanged Irhnl leaving IavinJ the theUttArstMirofagiuiion Ih IhIIIftllr thulttrctirofagitatton i
UttArstMirofagiuiion IIIftllr Br ciulon a trifle at a aa k ka >
a 11 to ht h4 hia txarmg txarmgThen I bearineThpn ain ain1n
Then 1n you think ttlnk muckraking I is setting settingMfrand gettingsafe in inr i
Mfrand safe r an and pan an Th T The question q lon waby was a b tip way wayof wayof 1
of r mlndr rerniudrlbe mlnd mlndrT r rThe
The T p peaceful sr fiit fll smile mi came < am back ck a as the tnrFmnorlan Ih theFmronian
Fmnorlan Fmrl picked Ilk1 in the tl lout 1 thread threadHardlr II threadlIrdlv j
Hardlr HarlY sate r and e Mine Nl hut Indicating Indicatinga 1I4allnll 1I4allnlla
a delre cllr ti t i get away a from the 1 hasher hahertws
I Itrlkinc
vt tws I of t tsnent nent which were w werestnik1n 8 o oMriklne
Mriklne trlkinc and afe distinct 1tnc hut which have 11 11In hatesinre I Iinie
inie In l 11Mm cime l m to to modern mnr eve ci > garish garlhand carlhn garishand
and n unpleasant he b replied repliedl 110 i i iI
< I notlf that my m fellow rlow raker Mr MrStiffen MrStefens Ir IrHIfnl
Stiffen HIfnl nl I is working out olt a plan pi pia nf < r political politicalredemption politIcaldemptiofl liral liralmtlon
redemption mtlon for IVfttnn lnn ant l js addln addlnlli aMIIC aMIICIh aitlingtluis <
lli tluis oiiit olt tailnr taUt tailored l effect rft that are aregetting I Igetting I1lln
getting noticeable nll Ahlf among our IwsV IwsVrakers I Ifk twe twernker
rakers 1lln fk e < Ml Mica I TarhMIs TarI new suit luit I Ic n atunrumcul plain plainunruffled plainunrr1
unruffled unrr1 dIssertation dlAttlnn on the tht tariff tlril with withan
an accompanying house hOI dt dr4 dris of Ir l Imlnll tie tiecoming e enomlng
coming mlnll pearl gray about the American Americanwomen Americanwomen I
women wmnr womenMr i iMr
Mr r Baker choose MO the th simnle Iimll con conventlnnal Mnynllon1 eonventlonal
ventlnnal Mack of the Ib cloister cktr and ne ha h has just justpublished JII justpuitilished
published lhUal a book hok on churches hurr a In which whlth he heha h hh41 hehas
ha h41 muck raked them lhm with wlh a camrlhair camrlhairhru ramihlrIIrulh cauneihairbrush
hru IIrulh brush h and polished plM th them m off oi with Ith a cbs chamois rh rhmnl cbsmois ¬
mois skin Ik an 111 with ih a dh da here and An < 1 there Ih fr frIntlr oflavender of oflavender
lavender talcum lalem powder powdr very 0 sweet weetI
1 should hoult say lay on the th whole th tt1 the d ulslgut ulslgutof l Iel Ielor ti tiof
of the Ihprrlln th profession is 1lmblf Imbued with wth suspicion suspicionamounting suspicionamountIng ullrlnamnulltlnlt
amounting almost Imol to open n distrust dltrt He Hecently n nntly liecentiy
cently ntly excursions Icu IMalnt Into burglary burllr and ne arson arsonand lInat arsonand
and subornation uhomAtnn have ha heoome tonm > popular popularwith IJpllrwth > Iwith
at with wth a new and ano unschooled Inahlll legal branch branchof
of the Ih profession Jut breaking hraklnc into no notloe n notic
tic IO J I
If IfafewmoresarssretamPerd a few more mnr Mfea Ira are al tampered tmpr w wln wlnI With Withand n nI
and ad a few more mor offices nf looted by lawyer lawyerI1 W
I1 I feel sure lrP that the Ih regular rltllat nf our pro proi profeiiaion
i tension will wi willhave have ha to make Ilak a publinexpre publinexpresinn publspr i ilnn
sinn of disapproval of sortie I new JW and andquestionable andquestionable
questionable lnn mode r < they dIsplay di play entirely entirelytoo ntll ntllI a
I futtltona too much of the figure flturP Th They < y may my be beI h I Ii
I i all 10 al right rl lt for courts for the rostrum ftrm hut hUIthy hutthey
1 < rur in the th swell
they have hV no plaoe pi serenity serenityof ni
of books booksThe hkaT hookTb
The Tb professor was again ain Interrupted InterruptedI
T InlrpI InlrpIIhl
1 this Ihl time 11r by a bevy MY of other o hr profes IrOrHf professors professorsmore oro oromore
more m tightly lehtry and nd regularly r larly attached atach to toth I II tothe
th I university InlYlty and < It I its confine rnnM who whobrought whnhrollcht whobrought
brought word wnn that a the I hour houror of banqueting tnqutlngIntellectual ll banquetingIntellectual < Ultlnlr UltlnlrIntellual
Intellectual Intellual and ane otherwise olhnl drew dnw near nearMoment nearMoments r rI
I Moment were precious pfol I so o th the visitor visitorhurried visitorI llllorhur
I hurried hur to t the th big bir point pointI
I What Wh about abut the th pint pintI return tur of Roosevelt Rnoanvelti
i 1M I he asked kM What Wht effect ff will wl RI1 his coming cominghave Oln Olnha cominghas
have ha on the th summer lumrr mod modRoonevelt moN moNYlt mods modsiiniswvelt
Roonevelt Ylt who i la the th Grand Ora Old Ol Rake Rakof Rk Rkor Rakeor
or the t Amalgamated and a Amiable Order Ordernf Or Oror
nf Muckraker 1Ikrakn mpatl sets hi his own n strle styles trs was wasthe waa1M wasthe
the solemn Imn reply ply All Al the t boys In Includlns InIudin Incitidine
cludlns Iudin Mr Ir Hapgood UPlo Mr Ir Collier CnJr and andMr andMr andMr
Mr lUdgwaT Rtlp are dying dyna to en what whatnew whatnew hall
new effect trf he l will wi bring home hr In his histrunks hlltrlnk hi hitrunks
trunks trlnk We W think he talked most mOt beauti beautifully tut heaullfully ¬
fully rull through IhroUh hi his new n Egyptian Elplan bonnet bonnetthl Ont Ontthl bonnetthis
thl this week k and a we 11 are J simply Impl perishing perishingwith Ihlnl Ihlnlwih
with wih curiosity curtllY to t see what wht he h will wl give giveu
u us for fall ral and winter wntAr wear wearYou wearYnu ar arYou
You may a be b sure u It will Nt hlhlnc hlhlnclti something somethingeffective somethingeffective
effective effectiveAt lti ltiAt
At thi this point pint Mr White Whl hastened h hup hastenedlip t tup
up to 0 relieve 11 th the sage of hi his gaudily il lined linedhood Jln Jlnh linedhood
hood and other Jer arttdemlo afmlo 1 regalia and andstart andstart
h a
start Ia him a on nAr to t the luncheon lunc He le hi looked lookedat tOk Ion Ionat
at th the hood h almost amot tearfully truly It 1 hetnkn htkn hetskethat < U Uthat
that ht at the th next such 11 gathering tbenDI th th the mystic mysticletter rto rtoIt mysticletter
letter It M J pt A would oul have hY to h b be squeezed sqaetedIn It
In between ht William Wlia Allen All WhIt Wll and andRmpnria a andFmpnrfs
Rmpnria YmJL But after rr a moment mont h hbrightened hbln he hebrights
brightened brightenedI bln brights ned
I believe bIM we CM r get a good pair nf nfpant ofgnts r rpl
pant pl for ro little Uttl Bill I out ou of that ta I Mid ad pr th thrwrw the thei thenew
new master nf If art
i rr a
Hr tr Well WII W Ilaa Here HeraTb fP fPT HereThe
Tb T hero he of Mr H O Well Wl1 George GeorgeMk 0lrle 0lrleUk OeorgeMask
Mk Btth Bh GhairSOn Car3 I ta not no aa aaImaginary a anImaginary
Imaginary Imqa creation eUD but bu aa a actual a Indi Individual Idl IdlYdu mdivldua3 ¬
vidual Ydu who w hut ha led l a Hf J life of I precarious precariouspoverty pru prcszlotpoverty
poverty H I I Ii enaagtd e In th the itruggl itrugglof to
of p Hf lre life handicapped Ilcpp by b defective dee eye eyetight W eyeiijht
tight I and ad ha h drifted dtte Into It many a1 occupa occupation o acoupalions ¬
tion lions but bt tb to the chief ee work wrk of o hi hi lift Il f fithtelkij I IwhteHfig I
whteHfig wt a bath b chair e along n th t parad paradat
at a EattfeenrM En Th The book bk U I crowded crowdedwith crowdedwith p
with w ptetwra of o Itf H awoog AI tb t poor J oer and andW ad adw andwj4IbiofmteresttoShethaWofthswW
w wj4IbiofmteresttoShethaWofthswW wj4IbiofmteresttoShethaWofthswWwich W b b p of o tetorert lt to t HUM t baV la of o th world worldwbjeb
wbjeb w HTM I yM dtftrM to hRew I hew I th e e otr < aw WJj half halfHTM 1 baityM
JV4ITK M4hhi V4 TH TtJU TWIISc 4IV5 FIRST f15 lKCTfllE lKCTfllEWith LFCTUIhEl LFCTUIhElIth lntRE1 lntRE1thp
With Ith the Heath tth Meat as a KuMect ni Ift He le Had HadHM Iad Iadn Hada
a HM n line InJ HiirrrIn Hiirrr tirmsin
In I an account lunt of Mark Iak Twain TWAin1 life n in infan inFrnlc inSan
fan Francisco Frnlc Bailey 1y Mil Millard IIArd lard Include Includeth Inrlutl Includestb
I th of the Ih humorists rim
story 8017 lt appear appetrjancecnthelectureplatfiinn aplu apluonlh appearance
jancecnthelectureplatfiinn ance onlh on the kcllre lecture Illrn lulatfirm It I wasafter wasafterj wanafterTwain MAIr MAIrTwain
j Twain Sen had spent 1plt six i ia month mOlt m I the S MHlh South Southlie < HUli HUliI
I SenHe
He 1 prepared a lecture Imu the writer writerI writerM75
I My in the ltal focAma nrl diving YIII a mi mOAt t ex extrnvnenjit uI catrnvngiuut
I trnvnenjit traYllnlt Recount INlnt of what ht h ho > had hallallnlt seen seenamong seensoiling
among allnlt the inland When hn Diet Iret Ifarte Ifarteanil Ur liarteI
I and nd some aI other > her of r his hl friend rrlnd were pr told toldjof Inldlor toldof
jof of hi his pisiform intention inl llon they th agtml agtmltn 1J1 1J1I
I to gn I in II a 1 l icily xly to II the Ih old hi Mnrhsnie Mnrhsniei Irblnll
i Hall lall where whlJ Twain wnnto W was to deliver lyr himself1 himself1I hhllr hhllrI
I I and form n i big bll claque that tht would uld Insure Insurethe Inlir insurethe
the th aurora II of the th nffnlr nffnlrMark ItAlr ItAlrark nItitir3lark
Mark ark wrote 1Iro hi his own handbill which whichet wlrhel
el eat et the th town agog with anticipation anticipationOne Inllrllllfn InllrllllfnOn
One On particularly aJolt Inviting IIVIIII phrase irlntid Irnlrd Irnlrdat tininudat irlntidat
at the til bottom holol ut < > f the annnunn 1l1ollnrmnt announeiment > ment was wasThe Wa Wasmu
The l Trouble Trolhl Will Willin Begin at 11 8 P M MThe MThc I ITh
The Th hall hal wan WI crowded Corlllnd and the Ih claque claquewo UII UIIWi
wo Wi uproarious Iprlnl when lemen appeared appearedupon nllar nllarlp
upon the Ih platform The h lecture Icu was WI de dellvered cl cl11norl 4livened
livened lp with llh manifest effort lort in n slow slowdeliberate 11 slOwdeliberate < 11 11Iilal
11norl deliberate Iilal drawling drawllJ manner and ad the th lee leeturer 1 leti letituner 1 1tunor
tuner Ilhl > ad no heed 11 whatever to tl the th in inconsider 111mllrat inconsiderate
consider mllrat ate deinanda dnuUd of Faster faster fasterWe ralrl ralrll fasterWp
We l cant rl stay Ilay here all 1 night1 and other otherurgent i4huertirFnt lbr lbrIrYnt
urgent tirFnt call callAlthough r11 callsAlthough
IrYnt Although hoUKh Itarte lrt tried Irifrl to steer the theclaquer Ibe1IIrA theclaquenu
claquer 1IIrA they III Insimrd lnild upon applauding applaudingand RlpladinJ hpplitudlnand
and laughing In the th wrong ron lpn places la which whichmay whitmay hlh hlhma
may ma or may not lnt have b been II Intended IntlI < 1 1Jok a aa as asa
a Joke Jok on tn Twain b hlt > it nt lat the th audience audiencewhich aldinr aurdienrewhich
which Irh began 1In to rntch Irn on to the unique uniquestyle uiniqtistyle
style of the man and to appreciate allrP < Ale hi hiquaintly his hiliqualnlly hisquaintly
quaintly whimsical whlrlrl utterance IUIrRI over overwhelmed orwhm overwhelmed ¬
whelmed whm own ow way the claque eaqll and ad had he thing Ihlnl U Uown Ita Itaow Itown
An A old timer who attended aundr the th lecture lecturesay Jcu lecturea
say a of the effect 11 of Twain upon hi his first firstaudience lrt lrtaudleor firstaudIence I
audience N1 audleor His li slow drawl drlwl upn the anxious onilousand adou adouand anxiousand
and inn of r hi his
perturbed exr expiration > rr visage visageth visagethe
th the apparently apprt prtur painful plnrul effort dor with wih which whichh hichh
h he framed rrm hi bla hiantenos sentence 1nr111 and above 1111 all 11 the thesurprise Ib IbIrpr thesurprise
surprise Irpr that tbt ipld spread over hi hil his face rar when whenth whln whlnth whenthis
th th this audience audltC audie ce roared rt with llh delight rllIshl or rap rapturously rp rapturously ¬ i ituroWI
turously turoWI applauded the finer passages paMgcwere passageswere
were wre unlike unlk anything anThin of the th kind PIC they theyhad IMY theyhad
had tucves h ever ver known kon The T lecture 1tur was wa a great greattucves lal lalUt greatIUcveIs I
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instalment InlJlmfni of h br r memoir which have I
been bn appearing plrill in I the Ih Ctnlurg lIM iuSwr Maqttint Maqttintan J9jf I
account nf r h hr
an r appearance in an anEnglish anEngluch I
English Ejlih version rlon of Adrienne drin Leoourrcur Leoourrcurat
at the particular prtlrlr request rU1 of Daniel Fob Frohman Frh Frhman Fobman
man who wn 111 was her manager lnnalIr at the time timeand tml timeand
and referred rr to I two ocmAinn Iona on which whichthe wblebIh whichthe
the Ih audience audi n were wn very mull smallIt I j jIt iI
It I seem ma that tlt Scribes Snl pLiy ply has ht ha never nevergained nrpin nevergained
gained pin any ay great Irt popularity populrity In this thiscountry thl thlrountr thiscountry
country rountr envpt 111 when hen it I was played pl1 In InFrench InFJlh InFrench
French FJlh liy Sirah h Ib mhardt IImhnt > who ton tonfessed conteased Onrt
teased rt on Oi her ht 11 visit lt to the th United United8tate 11 118tal tnited8tatem
8tate that tlt she IIh hated the Ih dmnu Inn and andacted IInllar andacted
acted ar it I only her h Mire In Modjcskt 11oIJ wn wnnot wisnot f
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because ba her manager nlMcr Insisted on it itMmc 1 i iMme IIml
Mme Iml Mraljeska told port t of that Ihll thctAdrienne i iAdrienne t
Adrienne drMn Ixvoiivreur story aid lid Mr MrFrohman MrFrohman Ir I
Frohman Frohln the th other day cAY but 1 not n nil 11 if r it itShe IISh itShe
Sh She wa wlmelr under pngncetnent n a IMI t ni me at It that thattime Iht IhtUm thattime
time and adl I fld paid vu < l her f I TV o 1 a wn wk > k soil all she sheI shehad h hMd
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which freqiieiitly picture the Ih owner owneramong IWIr IWIrIlonlt owneraptong
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therefore an emblem nf family dignity dignityrather dlenllYralhr 1 Irather
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One of the most successful succesful novels noves of the year because bu it i is one of those unusual stories that appeal appet appealIt 4 4lo Jto
lo It ALL CLASSES CLSSES of readers reade of fiction fictionAn fclon
1 An ideal love story storyone one > e that justifies justifes the publishing publshing business refreshes rerehes the heart hear of the re reviewer re reviewer ¬ J Jviewer
viewer strengthens faith faih in the outcome outcme of the great g at experiment expriment of putting putlng humanity on earth The TheRosary Te TheRosary
is book of delight delightSyracuse Syracuse PostStandard PostStandardGrips PostSlandarlGrips J
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The Bookman Bokmfl In a long review conclude by 1 saylnff saylnffIt 7ID 7IDI 1 1hande
It I shows the bravery braver ofsclfconquest o selfnquest the courage of mother love that fights fght the world single singlehanded single singlehanded
handed hande stubbornly living down dwn the worlds neglect and scorn scr and winning wnning victory viclor through the love loveand loveand j jand
and the loss of a little ltle child chid And back of the tenderness tender s and the pathos never intruding yet never neverforgotten neerforoten neverforgotten
forgotten foroten is the wonderful wonderul luminous atmosphere atmsphere of Africa Arca with vith th its il it mysterious colors clor and shadows shadowsand shadowsantI
and scents scent and the everpresent suggestion sU Cton of flowering fwcring bushes redolent reolent with a fragrance like lke the thefragrance thefragrnce thefragrance
fragrance of a beautiful bautiful womans hair hairAs hairAs J JIAs
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This is one of o the best bst detective detetve stories store ever written wrten in which the popular ppular author of The Leaven Leavenuvrtb latn latnumtb Leavenworth
worth Case reaches Ihe culmination culminalon of 0 her peculiar pular powers Imagine the situation situaton A rambling ramblng old oldcountry oldcountry oldcountry
surrounded Enter a man at pwer midnight believing it deserted He beauti beautiful
country house hou surounded by pines pine midight bleving i derle e sees a bauti bautiful ¬
ful girl come down the stairs stirs and depart Upstairs he finds fnds net he sister his fiancee anu strangled As he he bends bendsover bendsover 1 1OHr
over the lifeless lfccs body bd enter the police plce summoned summone by a mysterious mystCrous call cal He is arrested arrestedi arrestedThe arrsted arrstedThe arrestedThe i
The Great Prize Prze Novel NovcLA NovL d < Plntl PlntlA piggu pigguS
S A Marriage Under the Terror TerrorBy
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This is the remarkable remakable book bk that won the first frst prize 1250 in the Melrose Melrs Novel Competition CompetitionNot Cmpttion j jot
Not ot since Dickcnss Dikenss Tale of Two TfY Cities came from frm the presses has the very er atmosphere atmopherof of the Terror Teror Terorso been btenso
so it is remarkably oneN conveyed convcyd Y llotld to the printed prnted pages We commend cmmend it less because becaus it i won a prize prz than because becauseit bcaus
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happy 111 reeiilt lit the th store 0 < or > r so a of American ArulMn ArulMnlrt AmericanArtltiI rwrienartl 1
artl lrt ArtltiI who h are a ailorwl aoo1 by little hul folk are areiMni arPIAt sriiIoing
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another anotherolvino anolhlrlvnlhlld anotherdying
the II picture rosy I account INm for
dying lvnlhlld 11 the imde has h iiotec1 lllN iintc the Ih decreasing decreoslncpopularity dllnr dllnr1IIrtly decreasingpopularity
popularity of th I the liroad hfd flat t shape h for forchildrens rnrrUltllA forchildreris
childrens rUltllA 1IIrtly picture pirlUI hooks hookl Hut only onl In Irl IrlIrt I Ipirt Iport
port Irt largely 101 11 this change chAnl Is I one of orIri th thmysteries he heniyetiriPa
mysteries Iri cf c taste which publisher publs are aJ aJIllIn arehound
hound IllIn < 1 to accept a pt and nd abide abid by b though thoughtliey thou thouIIy thoughthey <
they understand unlrAtn1 thorn not all al Speaking Speakingon 8ptklnl 8ptklnlon
on this thi mhjeet hJt1 recently Olly Mr Ir Morrow lolW of the thoFrederick t tnlfrlck theFrederick
Frederick nlfrlck A t Hlokes Hlnk Company said saidThiklrin saidthiklren
Thiklrin themselves have much lo do dowith dolIh dowith I
with lIh the Ih matter In one respect at t least leasti leastiltey
i hey are arlhlOurt the court of last resort which doe doenot doesmit 10ft 10ftn
not n 1 even Rive Itl a reancuraent reancuraentWhat
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illustrate what 1 mean They demand demandI t1HDDd11I1ral
literal Illustration Their elder will ei eiI
ruse I with an Indulgent smile A bearded beardedhero bNrdldhro beardedhero
hero described d rihfd by the author a aa smooth amootbi smoothfarsit
faced Children will 111 not Illustration Illustrationof I Iof
of character and scene must a agree tree with withtho withIh withthe
the Ih ten or there Ih is I a row In th the rank of ofjuvenile orJunll ofjuvenile
juvenile reader that I Ia soon reflected in inthe Inthe I I
the lessening demand for th the offending offendingbook olfetldlD olfetldlDnok
book honk1hlldren
bookChildren Children ore not only close observers oberrerbut obaenerabllt I Ibitt I
but they have ha naturally good taste I In tb tbmatter thmaltr the thematter I
matter of picture that II at t l least t a areasonable aI arlIlInal areasonable
reasonable deduction from what we find todi IIlkiI findto I
110 to he bill l the ho effect of rood work antUcally antUcallyi artlatlcalhyspesktng rti tie llT llTspeaking
speaking klnlr In the Ih illustration of II book bookfor bookfor
for children The approval pprov l of that good goodwork loodwork goodwork I I
work may ma come In part from parent and andlibrarians andlibrarians
IlIhrArtana librarians but the approval approYalh1cb which affect dedll affectspopularity
popularity must come from the reader readerthe lMdera lMderaIh resdersthe
the Ih little folk folkAnd folkAnm1 I IAnd
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Influence affecting Juvenile picture book bookI bookste
I te now very I great that Influence to felt feltmore rilitmorln feltmore
more morln In this respect than in respect of any anyother an anolh anyother
other olh class d of book bwiied Mil It bo been beensystematized beeDatllllatlI beensytetnattied
systematized atllllatlI organized In fact factTwo ractTwn factTwo
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are at the head of an n organization which whichissue whichissues hlMIIIUN
issue occasional catalogue of approved approvedpicture spprornlpicture pprol1ptcturll
picture books for children Hooks so socatalogued 10eal410ltuId socatalogued
catalogued become Omlhe the seasons a standard standardHut Iandanllilt
Hut after all within the Ih limit of books booksthey boobIIIy booksthey
they are permitted rmlllfd to see and judge it itm IIIII itis
m the Ih children themselve who give < 11 or orref orrrulH orrefuse
ref refuse ue the Ih stamp of approval w liich mean meanpopularity mranaIarily meanspopsilanity
popularity Iarily
Our experience Is probably that of ofother orflltIr ofother
other house hOl Issuing high h r Ith clans hooks I or ofthe orIh orthe
the Ih kind we are discussing ienernlistna
I should say that picture J bonks which whichplease whichI hlebI
I please the mint children are those first flrstm
m n which whl h the picture illustrate some somecktsMjc IIfImJaMie somelaask
JaMie next thorn Ih hrh are In some somedegree MmrllftI somedegree
degree educational Iumlln And the Ih rbu d4irs d4irsnol eiiucutsneed > 44rs 44rsnenl
need not he In Juvenile literature for forwe rlltw forwe
we w have Ita in 11 our ll list i thnee Ih three > widely widelyunlike widhIInlik widelyunlike
unlike cUwnics A MdsiimnvT 1 < r Nights NightsDream NightsOream utht uthtOlMm
Dream Hnrnsel and betel OftI and undtntl undtntllImlll Incle IncleItefinw CnleItenuia
Itefinw ItenuiaAR
1 As to educational picture hooks for forchildren rorrhikllfn forI
I children I hotiM My M y that the Ih sulphur sulphurmiwi III1hurm1
must not o oiitmeitstire the Ih moUssm moL DM DMwill ui uiwill 1 1will
will finn I think that other publishers publishersHave phllh phllhWI
Have WI had our eiperenc srI1Jt < In this respect rrwpectiTldren rJfttcbldIn respecthidren
iTldren like Ii to alworb Informnlinn InformnlinniHvfiil InrntlfMllonIrlli lnfnrtnationuwfiul
iHvfiil desirnblv Information in their thetrfncture Ih theirlecture r r1000IUftO
lecture hook sfitdira 1Idi hut lit d dml mt mean meanto
to say y tint they would < 1 take their dow dowf rl rllr dosecof
lr < f the th three Ih Hs II any J less reluctantly even evenif 11 11Ir
if their favorite Illustrator were re to help 1 lp
them m their task taskOn tasksOn IIIkaOn
On the Ih other hand many thousand thousandof
of youngster had a good lro < wlllndrAI4II understanding understantlinglf < linlt
lf f whit at the papers PP pnt printed and nd their theirparents IIIlrOftnl theirparents
parents Oftnl said regarding the Ih north po podiscovery 111i1l palo
discovery 1i1l Ory < hecalise they had read I and andtudied AndlIki1 andetuidieii
tudied the Ih picture In Mrs Int Tearys The Thennw
Snow SnIlWO1 nnw IUI JLtliy y
The O1 form of l book nok > ok to which the th long
familiar broad tat picture I rtur book is giving
way it y i IA a M yet t unclassified something IIOmlhlnlr1IItwfn
between the Ih tiurt ilwirto > and and the Ih octavo The Thenmaller Th ThIMIIr Thesmaller
smaller size 111 will probably win In the end endmany cnilmany nct nctnn
many nn puUllshcr think as the th sharpnesi sharpnesinnd
and excellence of the color half tone work workturned worktum1 workturned
turned out by h the four color press pr make iuakrethe i ithe I IIhll I
the larger page used for te the old Irl syyle Ie I
lithographic picture no longer necessary I I ISo 1 I
So in the th end a child can curl up In a achair achllir achair
chair to read not requiring the nursery I Ifloor i iftoor
floor a as a book holder i j I
Mr r Mint lInllIn en rhurrhlll Trill What II lie lieThlna HeThinks
1 Thinks About II IIMr IIMr itMr
Mr Winston Churchill speaking lna of eon eontemporary eontmpora contemporary
temporary fiction say Of late yean yeanthe yenI yeaiithis
the I novel ha assumed Ullllm a Treat variety Artllt of ofform ofrontl ofform
form I Im am catholic enough to enjoy enjoythem enJotMm enjoythem
them all Provided a novel 1 IA the natural naturalexpression naluralSprHe naturalexpression
expression SprHe ffl of the man or woman who whowrite whowrites
write ril it It I t interesting no matter matterwhat matterwhatfornt what whatform whatronn
form it take However I should say II IIthat
1 that on 110 marked IRark tendency of late year yearI
I 11 lo shorten a novel Our fore forsfather rorralhPnt forefathers
father not only read serious noll book but butthey butIhy buttthey
they had also their lekure Th The main mainchange mainhanlt mainchange
change hanlt In the th novel hat been according accordingto
to Mr Ir t hurchill the expansion of tb tbfunction the thermMltltla thefimotiona
function of the tli novel Sir Ir Henry Henrylame HenryIamee nry nryIaflllft
lame ha hM hewn out a new path Mr MrMeredith rr rrIlilh frMeredilL
Meredith who may well 11 be becailed railed lIod modem modemamvtlter modPrtlaArtlrrtf modernanother
another aArtlrrtf trd nd the Ih possibIlitIes rwit iliU > of this thlapIInrtion ex expansion e epons4nn ¬
pansion seem fI to me m to l let limit IImlIpM les All Alltrue AUIIIt Alltrue
true efforts such aa theeo are entertain entertaining J JIn
Lag In all 11 am usoful all were re undreamedof undreamedofonce
once 011tltnl1
1111111 nl1 Morning nith Col ci I noethalf noethalffrom GlptllalGIft GomthalsFront
from GIft Ac alienal 1fI1 1I1 llajatine llajatineKvery J7a ila7cziiteEvery tlc tlcJry
Every Sundav morning Col 01 Ooethal COfIthalahl1IlI11 Goethalhears
1 hear hl1IlI11 all grievance from canal worker workerI work worki
I i I and lint i man on the canal force but feels feeUfrea reebr
frea r fi to RO t > him with itb a complaint complaintIt
It I 11I1101 is not i opular > down do on the Isthmu IsthmuI
I to hick these ItI days riA just for the fun of ofkicking ofklcn ofkiczlng
kicking < The Colonel claim that ho holearn heIMm holearns
learn more ron from the ItlN grievance than he hedom hedOft hedoes
dom from routine Inspection InspectionOne inspectionsfine
One On locomotive engineer insisted that thath thathe
h he WBS hauling eighteen llhl n carload while 18 18lothn
lothn others hauled fifteen fifteenThis IIrl IIrlThla fifteenTliia
This 1 IA not right he complained CtJIDplalnPClor
Of course It I is not right echoed th the theCoionel
Colonel C lon1 Hereafter they will all haul hauleighteen haullihln hauleighteen
eighteen car if you can do It without withoutdteulty withoutdUllcuty withoutdlftlculty
Joseph C Lincolns LincolnsThe
The Depot Master Masteris
is a book of Cape Cod life cast in a new and un unusually unlIJually Unusually ¬
usually effective ftut ve jetting The reader will ill meet meetwith mUIwitb meetwith
with an even more varied and interfiling col collection colludan collectlon ¬
lection of humorous incidents and characters than thanbe Ibartbe thanhe
be has learned to expect from this author authorJoseph autbora autborJoseph authorJoseph
Joseph C Lincolns LincolnsI
The Depot Master Masterabounds
abounds with th incidents that are only to be appre appreciated appreclaud ¬
dated by the reading thereof One of them tell telling tellial telling ¬
ing how a smart woman played two lovesick and andjealous andjealous
jealous swains against each other for the purpose purposeof
of selling sellin each an n automobile shows the genius of ofa
a Mark Twain TwalnEt TwalnEirry Eitrf Evtnitf EVtll Wilmington Del DelJoseph DclJoseph DelJoseph
Joseph C Lincolns LincolnsThe
The Depot Master Masteris
is by the author aulh r of those tho well ell remembered tales talesCapn ulPspn talesCapn
Capn pn Eri ° Cy Whittakers Place Keziah KexiahCoffin KeziahCoffin KeziahCoffin
Coffin etc el The New York 5 Sss says His HI ex exhilaraling ubilaftltlg cxblunting
blunting stories make the pleasantett Summer Summerreading Summerreading Summerreading
reading and nd are especially ptcilIy welcome at a atime atlm atime
time when hen readable new fiction is scarce scarceIllustrated telrCPIllustrated scarceIllustrated
Illustrated Cover Inlay in Colon ColonD
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