OCR Interpretation


The sun. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1833-1916, December 03, 1910, Image 14

Image and text provided by The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundation

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030272/1910-12-03/ed-1/seq-14/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 14

i j1r j1rA
I
>
14 A THE TH fo SUN SATURDAY SA THRDA Y DECEMBER nECEM R 3 T 1 PUn J l o J
= = = = =
THE GBAKM OF THE HOLY LAND LANDRtinrttr LAMDRnllrIlT LANDRonrnr
Rtinrttr RtinrttrIT itirlII > txritiBKS txritiBKSHOOK WRiflSi lR rS rSI
i IT I r I HI 1I t tlth U HOOK HOOKWith 1100WUh
With lth rolarrd Hluiiratloas uli IraUoua by Jules JuIeIW rn Garla rtn rtnll
ll 1011 l1 Word orlt llotnre at f Damasras Damasrasn DIII DIIIand
and n J of Jermalem rual011 Where 1H r ll Iii > rOrlrnt rOrlrntIU oftDtlIa
IU Nut ou U Chanced for CentarU CentarUTh emtllrlTh
Th < fascination f1OlI 1 Inn of the tll East Vanishing Vanishingay nlshInaAT
ay some student writers writ traveller travellertourist traveUtOllrUtJ travUertotir4ti
tourist who bo Hnser IIn er In the attractive attractivecities AttractlYOdtles ittrctLvocftie
cities ancient and nUo Ln tremendously tremendouslymodern tmndouslymodern trmendousIymodern
modern along the th southern sbor IIhor1ll of th thMediterranean tho thoI tbMediterranean
I Mediterranean M itforrnnfoAn or within easy access ol olt otBut ofBut
t But it Is another story over OD o the theeastern IhlMstem th thatem
eastern shorvii ho and to the interior Th ThHoly Thtt ThttB01T ThHoly
Holy Und still holds it Itl ancient spell spellAnd 1pf1I1And speUAnd
And though Occidentalism sweeps over overit overt
it t front time to time ftnd almost constantly constantlythtee conatanUythflleda1l conatgntlytheeda
thtee thflleda1l day it U t imply a ru rullh h of water waterover iliterSovera Ie Ieover
over overa a rock of ARM aa that ehoe how no erosions erosionsof roslonof
of f modernity modernityAnd
And what Kat U I more appropriate at atthe Ctthe t tthe
the Christmas season than to tl vlult the theHoly th8Boly they
y Holy Land vicariously if In no other otherway otherut otherway
way Vaathaabevn Veethas ut bu bt been > t > n the th book output upon uponthis upontbla uponth1
this th1 subject depicting its conditions of oflife oflit
life lit from the standpoints of history re religion relldon TIliglon ¬
ligion sentiment of r various kinds Hith Hitherto IIltherto Iithelto ¬
erto If ono on ha haIL < l not the th means to go to tothe tothe tothe
the Holy Land be h could search out plenty plentyof
of Information Infoi mat ion about it he h could get t some sometrenchant BOmetrenebant ometrenchant
trenchant Idea of iu charm if h be pa patiently patl patiently ¬
tiently tl ntJy nlfted thing t hln from many booksBut books booksBut booksBut
But the Ih Utiit won wont the newest word wordand wordand wordand
and altogether Alto thl the moet fascinating fuelnatlt word wordla
la to be b found in The Th Holy Iaftd by byROMrt
Robert Hicnenn Hlo of the Century Company
Christmas Chriltmeeoutput tmaaoutput output a superbly written book bookand b bookend ok okand
and aa a nup lIuplrbl rbly illustrated by Jules JulesOuerin IulNOufriD luteeGu4rtx
Ouerin with eighteen brilliantly colored coloredreproductions coloredTIprodiactioaIofOtrthm < l lreproductlonsoC
reproductions TIprodiactioaIofOtrthm of Cluerins OIl riO paintings paiotinlOll1ndno paiotinlOll1ndnoJ nnd no noIMS
I J 1 IMS than forty tort full page halftone photo photographs photogrpba holo ¬
graphs graphsVisiting ItPbsI grpbaVIiiting
I Visiting ths th Holy lAnd is vastly more morethan InortbAn moretbn
than making h1 Ikinll a Christian religious pil pilgrimage ii iirImagq ¬
grimage Mr Hichenn tins h Ki Ron on throned thronedthe throu h httle
the land In what may b 00 call railed < < l the III t 1 1order reverne I Iorder I Ioropr
order He II ularts not with a railroad nd ndfrom ridCrom rntfrom
from Jnffi io u > Jerusalem J hut begins beginsat Iltlnt
at t that ancient city MI of ruin Haalbec Uual c of ofwhich ofblcb ofwhich
which It he ayt iy y that li Itt > loved to keep in inmind inmilld tomlwt
mind that before Jreek nn nn1 < < toman time timeBaalbec IhnI ilineeBaaibeo
I Baalbec was wa the acred city ell of r the Kast Kastnd tIUtnd Eanend
end nd th the home of the adoration of r the Ih Olin Olinnd uu uuand uuend
and nd that Oreek and 1It1 Roman when they tb theyhad
had the th mastery malltI over the h Syrian land did didnothing dkiI I
i I nothing to interfere Irlr with tin old ettab ettabllshed etabtubed 8IablIeb1
llshed worship worshipOn wrr1tpOne olllllOn
On One may fio 0 over the t1 h ruins nf Raalbec Uaaibeeno j
no guide book etyls tyl here herewith with Mr Ir llioh lliohn I In
I n and by the tll time he in through he hebos hf hehas
I baA become i itiirated with the spirit of ofthe I Ih
i the h East and i ready ad for r or de lI deep papprecia pappreciationof p eppreciai I Ij I
j tionof tlon tionofihereet or thereet th ff8t of the journey journeyThen journ
1 Then on one comes to Damascus one oneof on onoC oneor
of the room ancient cities cill of the world worldwhich worldwhIch I IWcb
which Wcb look one on of the newest Th1 Fh Fhauthor
I
author say lIav0amaA eaye eayeflamaeou
Damascus 0amaA ua has a epeli p ll lerusal llrusalm IeruetimII m mis I
is austere ur Damascus though t sacred sacredis
is seductive a city In which to Mink down downand dowuand
and to t forget And nd so after all is the w I
traveller entirely ntirI Deceived dfC hPd Silken gar garment getrneflt ar ¬
i ment and hair shin eo I think of Damas Damascus Dam Damcu Demeecue ¬
cue cu and Jerusalem cities ciU representative representativeof
of two religion of t the faith that promises promisesensusl promltt promlttae081181 promeeeene2e
ensusl ene2e jo jO11 > n and of the Ih faith that bids bidsit bideIte
it I Ite followers tnllow soar above tho th ho raptures raplursor
i of the th flesh Into the rarefied air where wbtTethe wlerethe
1 the spint cau breathe and be strong
And the th true lrt 11 Orient in I thus summed summedup
up Damascus to I null thoroughly boroll hly Ori Orintal Orientl
intel Cairo hsx hn become horribly official officialand omclaland offlelaland
and cosmopolitan MRiers lrll and Tunis TllnlorII
are rII French Jerusalem l U te the Ih home or the thereligious thlrUglolIs thereligious
religious sects Beinut contains numbers Dum Dumof
of Italians Maltnee ralt Greek and Amen Amentens rotr ¬
icans tens but th the fe r fez prevails In th streetH streetHand at tr rest 1I 1Iand i
and bazaar of ofAnd nmIA nmIAAnd
And th hn n on one KO 1 goit with ith Mr Ir Hichens HllhlfUItrom lluehenjufrom
from Damascus tn Nnrarcth to Jerusa Jnu Jerusa1cm
l lm ni to Jericho J nrho to 0 Bethlehem I hlhm At t Jeru Jerusalem Jeruaelem Iru1m ¬
salem 1m he arrived arrVf in Raster week with withall withall
all its glorious mysticism nl rillm IIM intoler intolerance intolranee intolerarice
ance us I fanatical religious fervor In Inthese InthM Inthese
these ramping journeys you ou see II peeultill Oslilee Oslileestill Oali Oalitill
still beautiful blWtif ul If you know Im w how to look lookat
at it and Mr Ir Hichens lI rhnll shows how you ou how howIarPth
Ntareth IarPth Mount Tabor and here there therecome thrncom therecoins
come n distinctly t lirifttun hrill religious religiousaapect rlIliOlIupct rItiotisaspect
aspect to Your our journ journey iituu ou 11 nee asshouse Mary al 4 4house
house Jacob it well 11 losephs < 11h < jih H toinli th
Flirer Jordan Jt1rd and nct von 011 wander al aruIe thrr throigh throighthe hrol1 > uih uihthe h
the h bleak wilH wildrn wtldrnu rn < H H nf > lud PUuIe n and an begin beginto
to n realize what th the h author II h1r means when
h he sp speaks aks of Pal Puulsttn ntin an n an rcady of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th Fat KatHere IafRre FatHare
Here i is hi description on of 01In u uIn 1 1tn
In the th morning mornun tho tit thick grass tr flliout fllioutth Atouu1the holltthe
th the t tent nt door wa 1 dr drl1ehwt nch d and nri from th tharth IhAArth the theearth
earth thorw hr moitnt mOllnl1 l a light mint 101 to th thrr Ihrrtfd thi thiurested
rr rrtfd t d oliv ohvse > W iHtnrtmiesrly H Inrtt early llv rrotuwd rrotuwdthe eroesmIthe
the strHin and cain into the land of ofmilk ofmilk ofmilk
milk and hrm honey v Thit day i all 1i that I In
bad n d e svsr v r hoard of r th I the h joys of th the spring
in Paiestint rame back rli to I my memory m mol molAnd
and I rejoi Jollln < < l in truth Till near th the end endnf endor nli nliClf
nf our journxv w rod in the h imni Immu Immuand lninue1send nft nftand
and languid plain bathml in th the rays of ofthe ofthe C Cth
the th sun treading itnong lowers and rest Tf < I
ing In our eyts yi Y oti great ri1l Mtrpt str trIhOI tIus hmt of green greenand
and yellow Iho h wild wiI tnuwtard Iunt lit up oiir oiirway ninway I
way with th Its tiny blo ltosiufnn m ther the h red i aneinl aneinlone IInlO IInlOCI anemens I
one CI and the r r1 l poppy lifted their 0111 0111toward cujt cujttoward
toward ard the th oe oletnilere inden the th olives the th wild wildoaks wildnakll I I
oaks naJ an if calling llIIn It fount 01 to n the Ih Hpnng sprjnAnd prin prinAnd 1
And then Jerusalem Jruaal with ith its It austerity
Jerusalem with Ih < h Holy Sepulchre and andthe nn1tbfl andthe 1 I
the dom of tbn Hock Of U th the Hock Mr lr
Hlehens says saysInnumerable aa aalnDumrhl
Innumerable traditions cluatei duets about
It It is I said Ill d to rover an abyss abys in which whichar hloh hlohare
ar are re contained nil II the th waton lIt of r the th Flood Floodtnnare Floodt Foodtehavesuipported
tnnare t tehavesuipported ban supported the th theAric Ark of the Covenant Covenantwhen CaVfl1A1ltwhen Covenantwhen
when they subsided to have been h the thescene th thcllltle thescene
scene of Abrahams braham preparation for the thesacrifice tb tbNleri thesacrifice
sacrifice Nleri CfI of Isaac to be the foundation foundationstone faun foundationMone dation dationtODe
stone of the th world to have hft been held
down forcibly by th the Angel Gabriel when hPn
It stror to tl t follow Mohammed who whomounted whomountfld whomounted
mounted upon his miraculous hors
ElBurak from the th spot where It ll 11ueeded lie lieeacetuded s seacstidsd
eacstidsd Into heaven And upon it is issupposed IIsupposed
supposed to have ha been divinely written writtenth writtPntbtlllame writtenthe
th tbtlllame the name of 11 God GodAnd OodAnd GodAnd
And then one on reads of the < < h wonder wonderof woodeef woodenof
I of Holy W Week k In Jerusalem J utfm A splendid splendidrMrconaQr pZed1dpnaoTIafll PIdfd PIdfdoonduet8li
rMrconaQr oonducted journey Joum Mr Hlebeaa I
toad I lidaaM and it Is Illuminated by bypiotore ricturss that thatglow fhawltb thatglow
glow = with the lb true suirit of the Orient OrientrMdlnC
Good reading alike for or those tb tho who lore lorntravel
travel storUs tofu and those fllled ft with the theglow theaIn th thjiow
glow aIn of the holiday boUda sraaon sraaonMOLLY sneonWOLLI ruonnLT1
MOLLY MOLLYHer nLT1 1fIAfEB MAfCFJtfrjZVJ MAfCFJtfrjZVJH rIlW1 rIlW1R
Her R J to lois n t tAtters ttrrn u Heath m ts Throagti ThroagtiKlcanor T1Ir TtirochEIuaner ab abI
Klcanor I < < anIlJ IIsltowtMl JIII n Abbot Ahbottfx AbbotfAv
fx fAv > v letters t How Un the th very e words wordsmalcn woidemake crlbmakll
make those tho who know emilol Infinite Infinitehas InDnltehu Infinitebaa
has fxen the th variety riflty slaoo Cupid took
hla b1 p pen n in hand thorn In A fresh not notla lIoteIn ootwIn
In those written rit by Molly 11011 JUfeeBellem JUfeeBelleman 1IWr1JII1Iall MakelIeu
an given to ail of u WI who IOTA a laYer by
EJI Eleanor OJ Hallowell Abbott through the themedium tJ1 tJ1med1wn theTliedhun
medium of the Century Co CoOno CoOM CoOtto
Ono like Ilk to read 1 his 1A or hor h r own lore
Isttera furtively aa the years Y AnI thrust one oneon oceOD n non
on And Dd en 0 into middle or old og ao and nd nt one ClDOa1 onealan
a1 alan lno o likes to rend notable < t IOTA letter lettenla I Ifa letterleh1atoryorinflcton
la leh1atoryorinflcton history or In fiction whore whorettmayb whorettmaybdone 00 rt may tn y b bdono
done without Impoliteness Molly Make MakeBeliAres MakeU Makenell
BeliAres nell eU ealM IOTA letter lt n ore fiction tkltloabut but they theyarc th 7 7are
arc at aI ala J e real 1 the rralesTtilnd of lovable lovables lonb1ethJnp
s things thJnpfoUY thtogs3toUy
5 Molly Is tho Serial r Ixttter ttfor Company ompnYt
H7lnlt 10 14 auuut r a living t 37 > y sending cneer
ltd ltt Ittra rs from imaginary persons on 00raI
travel adventure adD U ncienc and what not
to thoiu who crave om letter and haft no noone noon noone
one on from whom to receive them O 0arI Ganlenton H
JUnton Ia tAk tAko n down In hto hl bachelor bGCbclor411A
qiMtfUrs 411A era with a painful and prolonfled
atteok a of rheumatism He U U 1 engaged 4ID IId
to II the high brownd Conmlla of Boston
who w bo reaily ally must
go Bouth for eg her oora oo
fort when b the tb cold wcsviiMr oocaea oa c
and who w l Ievee wvra Btaataa to fight o 011I 011ItD ctiniaity Ml
misery tD alone aloneCornelia aloner4Thtii loneConJf11A
Cornelia amt can t ItJf1 wrft 1an4 l n tt n
g
t
mUsivts ml are r lll tIlted l ih < h commonplace commonplacethin5i oommonplACtthlnl1l >
thin5i thlni There i 14 II no nol nf ° f ardor of ofdeep ofdeeii
deep affsclion afll < ctlon in th then ni Mornwer en she shewill he hewill
will be too busv to write often Hhesjwv HhesjwvHunUm t4he t4heM 1vee 1veetitantha
HunUm M t4ln a circular clnt lar fr hu mush m the trial rial Letter LetterCoinpanr Ltt Letter1otnpanv r rlompan
Coinpanr In d pwratlon he orders ord ordarlM a as aseries
s series ri < M of love by Ifllern I from It tn while whileaway whileaway hll hllaw
away aw the Urn H lb pays double for thorn thornHe thenuHe
He gwta the letten Iu at 1 all hours bou of the theday th thday theday
day or night and with them cornea rom little littleand tittlend
and nd appropriate gifts They gladden gladdenhis
his heart He H trim n to learn the Ih writer writersIdentity writerhJentJtv writeridentity
Identity She Nh bellies him at every every turn turnIts tllrnIt turnIt
Its It pure ln hin ine with her Thl1l11 That s what whathit whateh whetabs
eh abs hit says saysDut 11 11BI
Dut tluii H Atiiither story IL I really reallyisnt
Isnt Molly Iolly heart is in these cheering cheeringwholesome cllleringwhololO cheeringwholseotne
wholesome rollicking teasing epistles epistlesHtanloti elUltlNl814nloll eptatleaHtantotu
Htanloti urows ro away from Cornell om lIa and andCornelia andCorntli andCornelia
Cornelia from him Its I I the old story of ofdistance ordiIAnce ofdiatance
distance and something moreMolly moreMollylTb
The Tb Serial Company goes broke Molly lfoIlymud Iotly I Imut
muni mud g gn baotc to Vermont and begin beginagain beainagalO
again She has contracted to send love 10y1Itte loisletteni
letters Itte for six Ia week Five FiY of them have haveelapsed hayelapeN haveiaped
elapsed when her money Rives giY gives out fIbs Bhecornea flh flhoomH fIbsoinire
cornea to see Btanton and asks that for fordoing tordoing fordoing
doing so and revealing TWin herself he h count countIt
It as a payment for the sixth week It Ita Its Itsa s sa
a naive interview they have b ending with witha
a confession of love on her part dragged draggedfrom draIU draggedfrom fd fdfrom
from her by b her emotions She he runs runsaway nlnb9L runsaway
away but Stanton recovers reooY entirely entirelybreaks entirelybrMJIl entirelybreaa
breaks off o with Cornelia and then traces tracesthe trc trctb tTCthe
the tb little sprite rite He H gets her In the end endThats endThat nd ndTbata
Thats That the simple story Hut those love loveletters 101te1 lovelstterI
letters te1 Youve simply got to read d them themto
to understand that the old story or can be betold IHItold 15told
told la a new way every day tta and ll that it His I
is I told by Molly Make I Relieve lli In the th new newest newoat 1eWoat
oat freshest arid nd most delightful IIoJ httul man manner manner titannsF
ner that has been hto I VH in 11 tlction In Inmany Inmany Inmany
many a day dayrunr dyURt dayP41111
runr URt T Ttl IM Ii us a III inThirty uiow uiowThirty 109 109Tt1lrt
Thirty Tt1lrt efTBrni of the Meed llldFssMenrtl llldFssMenrtlKind luIFaIhleflCdMind
Kind Msde late lat a Hook
And ntl so the Iwsutiful Princew PrincewUmmmml Prlnc PrlncUmmmml PrInceiatitansnimt
Ummmml its II a fat and nd juicy phra phraIn phnstes phnstesin
In these degenerate e ntratll times when children childrenam childrarl
am brought up on nature study and andscience allddnCII andscience
science for little lit II folks its a comfort to torind 10find tofind
find those Iho good ood old luscious words liber liberally liIrAlly iibrally ¬
ally sprinkled prlnkl over the pages of the lat 111t1It 111t1Ithook latetitook > t took
hook > of fairy stories storiesAn IItorl IItorln
An n alluring volume both within and andwithout andwithoul antiwithout
without is this Fairy Iry Tales al11 of All Na Nations s stRfl5 a alion ¬
lion The ITh John C Winston Inaton Company CompanyPhiladelphia CompanPhiladelphia CompanyPhilauIepbiau
Philadelphia It ha has thirty stories torle rak raking rkina reking ¬
ing with giants and ogre Kr palace and andabove andaboT uintinhove
above all beautiful prmc Princeese tiiul iiii for foreach torjO foreach
each jO 1ch story there the is i a full page ilu i Ihllratloll IhllratlollIn tratiou tratiouin
in color pictures Jl ctur8 which h < h ar are calculated calculatedto alculat td tdte idto
to te net the Ih youthful Iram areohug areohugThe
The Th tales are ar from the th stuck of manyj many manyland ninnylantie
land > Kngland lermanv Krancn Jran Italy ItalyArabia It ItalyArabia nlv nlvrahi
Arabia rahi Sweden w ln Norway So Rued Ruia is Japan Japanand Ia Japanand n nand
and India It i is rather a blow hlo to tlmi tlmiEnglish th thEnitlhlh tIieEnglich
English reader Idlr to I find that t the I h ihrrv hr talc talcwhich t a It I Ihlch
which are ar credited < t to that t language ar art aN aNthlfAII areI >
t thlfAII he lease att attract ttractiY ract i lie ve of t be hIOI lot They Th are ar on onthe 011Ih onthe
the Ih whole about as gory a all Knglish In lih bet bwfand twf twfand betand
and lack the charm and cleverness clvfrn wlii wltIocharacterize > > u ucharacterize
characterize tome of the Ih other otb otheraThere j
There is for instanoe the th DanoVor Oanoorwegian lanoNorwegjax i iwegian I
wegian tory of The Little Mermaid Mermaidwhich Mermaidwhich Urmaldwhich
which ought to have led the tb thirty thin inMoad inMoadof
or yielding that honor to the th crude assas aaaaasinatione t tsinationa Iinatoua
sinationa ascribed to Jack Iac the Oiant OiantKiller flantKiller I
Killer The little mermaid lived in th tnSea i iSea
I
Sea King palace whose whO l coral walls and andamber andamber nd ndamber
amber windows w wete ue re many steeole fOci I
de deep n in the tb ocean oOOanThe oceanThe
The Sea King Kln being a widower his hismother hi himother hismother
mother kept house for him She was wasa
a haughty old parson OTIOfl too 00 Wore twelve twelveoysters tWllvftoat1II twelveoysters
oysters on her tail while common folks folkssported rolklleportlld folkssported
sported only ani six ix And nd her granddaugn granddaugnI
I I I ters the six IX little lila Princesses were weresuch werluch weresuch
such good little girls < < Irlll that when the fh amber amberwindowit
I I I window of the th palace were ere open the fishes tlsheoI fisheswould
I would < 1 swim straight Into the home hOIl and alldal andeat
I I I eat al out nf their hands handsIt
It Is a lovely tale tal a really rpall and truly
I I lovelytale lovely lal tale And then therelsmioh a good Itl10riym goodyarn goodyarn
yarn from Bonemla about Bmadman
I i Longfellow and Sharp Eyes Ey who were wereas wprlaA wereas
as jolly j 1 and nd much more efficient than our ouri ourgood
i good fd friends the Three Guardsmen Bill Bulgaria BillItriA Railgnia ¬
garia contributes a delicious bit railed
Blockheads in which there is a sly dog dogof
1 of a fellow over whose pranks readers readerscan
I can hut chuckle chuckleAll
I All 11 tho strange things thln told here hap ¬
pened pn in the wonderful days when hn cam camused catllIIM catslaced
used to wear shoes frogs went nt in C caps capstionkey PH
donkeys clicked click their spurs pup and dog itogswere Iotlre
1 were re chased by hares Wonderful dave da
indeed It is good to have them lap II over
1 info these barren time thanks than to the thechildren th thchildrn thechildren
children and the fairies fairiesHisroin lalrl fairiesIIISTOflI
Hisroin 70111 mit 011 En t OllhFon OllhFonIft filth 11S 11SA
4 > en ICdltlon of orI Mrs tr lauibi Standard NtsndsrtlWork Htanrtrdrk Standarditenli
Work rk Brought not notnew Outnew I In
new n and J1d limited edition of Mrs Mrslamb Mrslamhs Irll IrlllamhlI
lamb s History of New ifl ew York U I being beingbrought bfolnitbr01IRh beingbrought
brought out by the A H Rsrneo Barn Company Companyof
of Vew ew York Yo to meet m t the ever v present presentdemand prnt11maori presentdemand
demand for a standard history of the thedevelopment fh fhelopDlent thedavslopnisnt
development of Inn second conti grrAt glflt t city cityin
in the Ih world worldMrs wOllrllfII worldMrs
Mrs lfII iambi record of Vew s sw York ork begins beginswith blt beginswith nll nllwith
with the th vovage of Hudson and goes goedown 11I0 11I0Iown goestiown
down thtoiigh all the Ih ilrowny period riod of ofthe ofthe
the Dutch settlement Hemput into th Ihtirrinl the stirring days daysof Iny Inyof
of the th Involution II 1111111 on and on to the time when whentho whenthe Iwn Iwntho
tho flirt years of the eighteenth century entuirysaw
1 saw New S York a ork finding itself an I the th leader leaderof
I > of all the cities in the tb new nation Thepicture Th Thpitll The Thernpictures
picture pitll of life lif and nf the Ih growth of the fh themetropolis
I metropolis in its formative period IIr IIrcom are arecomplete re recomplete
complete com completeThe Ie IeTh
The Th illii illustrations trjtinn are from engravings ngravin s swod I II
I on wood ood am and po 11A0ff e o qualntne of tlntr tlntrown thusrown hrown
own
i
FOR THAT l GIRL GIRLI Ii IiI
I lie tender tenderP hum hunin e rr rrI r rhsh
hsh 5rindf 1 I 1 < s ar r I Ie 5for
for Stars e I Ib ue1 ue1f1reJ
b ecr ruhit f1reJ h tO tOinto JOI JOII
I into the plot plotslender e eI eI
I slender and andat
at a
I
>
P K rmph rmphr n mph utj utj5rjtftJ I IrIh1
I r 5rjtftJ rIh1 gur II ri iu I buJJirn buJJirninto ullJin ullJinI >
I I into her full ijlorx Iof Hut need needmuch nrrlmuch needmuch
much need to nm fJ rust the to word wordthe il ilrhr hIh
the h little book c genial ihirm ihirmand harl1lJnd haruisunit
and uplifting purity n ut If atnios atniosphr asnuoI 1tnlorhrt
phr I here re
t hjtj biai > Ke RoJ aid UttjlJ UttjlJIllustrated 1IIJ11I1IIaltd IItuilJIllustrated
Illustrated Net l 3ft 2 cl clAT etc etcAT I IAT
AT ALL BOOKSELLERS OR ORFleming ORFJeming ORFleming
Fleming H Re Revell veil Company CompanyNKW
NKW TOItK IllirACd IllirACdiss nt ACO
lie rirta A Ai r Sip n njb Sttbst b11 b111IIi h tii tiiwn > i iMOMKSKVS >
h
wn MOMKSKVS lJfi 1IIi EhtS IIKMHHtKS IIKMHHtKSTtimi IUU IUUnIt
nIt tetreec ctre4 Ir Finished IluUtirilItrforc 1rItIn IUne Ttimi Ju lust lustflrfur ul ulUfrreo t
Itrforc Pier llralli llralliI UralhTh Shaltltts
Th I ltts he MucMillnii Cotnpany pllhllll > ul > lilir th thMwnon tl1OIrUri I lie lieMtnunjut
Mwnon nnd alll linirei liStIreCeitaSis lIIprlUII < ri < iti of 1IInaodJ I Melon lulenaMuxijeska i iModlmlia
Modlmlia odJ an autoliiocmnhv > h which wi h the Ih
actr act rues cotnplitfil ni illI t lipfi huefuru > r her iloiith iloiithin
in hnr IrUifornia hoiii la lust l lime and andwhich nllliwhich noulwhich
which i ill on of th the mo mot t intitnato IIIl mt and andllitcrwtuiK tulitii
llitcrwtuiK i lit urest lug aronijitK nN artul 51t I I nf I uf f tli t h > < lifx IIr I it and nil nilpccwtiona 1111pEl tutupieitsiona
pccwtiona pEl > > IloflA of a stage In lrJllIIIC Hr inag that hat hatbi h hh11 hitshn
bi h11 n given v11 to toMine touliiss 1 > 1 1hlll >
Mine hlll MotljpsUn atvs IVH hat li her r purpow purpowin lIro lIroin
in writing w ntin ri S in s her imtuoir re and alII I unpr IIIIIINfIioll IIIIIINfIiollWIU on Juruesiuuiswits WDin WDinwa
wa > to dificribw my m own iwrmuuil < sapeni sapeniuflees i IOri IOrin > eri erienc
enc uflees n a as well II a as oini 11I pvr IW purauuil oiijl cliurnc cliurnctfriotlc churaIItritl chunuicteristits
tfriotlc of tli flue irominiiit MO uuu > H I ha hamet h hmet hay hayOust
met during IllIrin my tag carver c 1 Hh hu m mcliidfA 11 11chldP8 ineludes
eludes many liumoroux hiMUigi such lid I a aan an uian
an n account of her h r IspvrHiicfa Ir tlIa in l kenning
I
I
I
I
I
I
PCT Sm < BlBl llSBasaSSSBSBBSSlSapSSMrTaS SS SB iSBBBBB Bl MSBBBBBBlSSll
tmmm e mm + mm mam mamPhnta I
J JJbnlo
Phnta l II CtlrttN > > 1iarollIIFICS srnn srnnMKICNX
MKICNX MOtUrSkX 1I0tlJt OlJiSl S KOM ut MKMORIKS ANt ANtIltlltCSSIOSS A AiitIttrsslos 0 0UIIIIISUOSS >
IltlltCSSIOSS tit < H HFlKSA IIEU SJODjrSKA SJODjrSKAto
to peak I > 4ak correct corr Kngllsh with lth a teacher teacherof
of German extraction and her decision decisionto
to shorten her name lIall from Modrrejewnka Modrrejewnkawhen
when John MciiillutiRh told h h1 r eh h > would woiiltlhavo wOllhlhav wouldhevut
havo to take a nirtix na mt thi t he > public pllhl could couldpronounce colllcronollnc coululpronounce
pronounce pronounceApparently pronounceApparently ronollnc ronollncAppantly
Apparently no n incident or int intr tntrmt r t ha habeen h hasbeen UI UIn
been n omitted of thi this active Iti tirofe urotf1ionnl ional
I
life lif coVHriiiR fifty flit vtar lr on th t II otu stage laa It in inKuropx Intllropo inIiirou
Kuropx and 4iueric IIItlll > t and th the writer ha haput 1mplI baa baaput
put her soul II into 11 > 10 the iii h t uoI1in < > lmc here I h ar areorrowful a aIIOlro1I1 ansorrowful
sorrowful aKtK I > I ouch lh nn n Mine Ir1l Mod Modjewkt Mudjeaits IodJIka
jewkt jeaits impnwuioiifc on returiiitte to Po Poland Pnland ¬
land after a I long nlixtio and hr tory xtonof tn tnor toryof
of the I th h KiKftinri nkitM Ilk forhuMinc rorl > ld111I11 li hr T or orh orhr orher
h hr r family to I ii visit i an arstw noL i whr hr he hehad h
had many friniln Ira of art login innocently inlloCfntly logincently ¬
cently delivered i cpwrh at th < Chicago Chicagoworlnn hlrnoworld tiueagnworlds
world fair nn o n the Ih l htuasian < io ian govornrnnt govornrnntof
of Poland PolandTh Polandml
Th < book ronclude with th the fun Inral Inralomtion fujnraloration ral raloration
oration d uhiivuruul liv r l over Mint Motlje lodJkn Modeeknsgrave lodJknRra lta H Hgrav
grave in CriH Crarow > w Poland on July llh It last lastwh latwhn lastwhen
wh when n th the orator said Thou queen of orIlraml1t ofulratnat
dramau II art and nn nu qiln < n of th h > < Ixntttifiil Ixntttifiilre
re r 5ust t in put iic aftnr thv tli Ia vrorU ork tin l halt batts battsnutS attlc attlcnnd h hnlld
nutS th thy triumph triumphMme truiiniphuMini 1lII01phlIn
Mme lIn Mo Modjiska Io < ljiika memoirs moir rover 5ipigi 171 171pag 1 1pit
pag pit pigi and th I the book rorit tnIAli iirm pin H of or1m
Mme 1m Modi Moulieka < fka ii as Iorlia Fnr orlil t M9li t itiwt ftpHtlia ftpHtliaIIH7H
IIH7H il u Adrirnnr Jldri nn lrOlIVlrll xrniivrrur Mary lIar Stuart turf turfpho
Snphn pho I mitt llwp < Itopntra < tt Isidy l < IdV fartirth Ifur
Jnnr 4 t ntmnrllf and in n leirti hipirtauuuis > misf I >
I Lue ChnnaiiH mil Mea Irnr < iir for Moa Moauro Manelite 1i1 1i1lIro
elite There IH i al aln o a 1 nortr orlrII itt by II Cnrolus
Thiriii Th Thr re ni n a mshtviv > n other otherilliiotrntiotiH
illustrations inrludinc nini in uiue fij fil1lrllll iritig
in the th memoir and nn < l pictur pi bun ur of th promi prominent ronll irnnhsOtif ronlln ¬
nent n trsons r ori tnentintixl tnnt ThA Fh ho jirtrx aruus of
th the hook i s II 1
1 I 1I
T is worth while whileto
DT il
to keep in touch touchwith touchwith touchwith
with the Book News Newsand Newsand
and Reviews t I ISaturdays L
printed printedSaturdays printed9aturdays
Saturdays in The Sun SunSubscription i
I
I
Subscription to The TheSun TheSun I ISun
Sun Saturdays for forone forone
one year is One Dollar Dollarand I
I Iand
and may be ordered orderedthrough orderedthrough 1 tI e ethrough
through your local localbook
book dealer or by byfilling i I
filling in blank i II I
and andmailing andmailinlt andmailina
mailing to toTHE toTHE
t
THE SUN SUNNew I INew INew
New York City 1
a a aa e aS aSBOOK
p
BOOK BOO K NEWS N J W SAN AND D REVIEW REV I E W s sTMBSUfl SI SII
TMBSUfl 711B SUN I I I
19
ITO Nassau St New York City CityPo ClyOas f fTHB
Po 0 Oas DeIIM Dollareaclesedpkgst fJS plllt1e lend ntl THB SUN
atid 11fiI Rtlvltnnl wekIy kly III toNAME cantala cantalaffAMD ll Dook Vests L I i I
i
HAMS ffAMDADDRE8S HAMSADDRESS
ADDRESS ADDRESSfaairbgIana I
itIr faairbgIana bflzllllllllZ j
= 2
Books iiiiiiitorChrisimas iiiiiiitorChrisimasPresents for Christmas ChristmasPresents
Presents of Permanent Value to Suit All Tastes and All Purses Pursesihtr
ihtr Uu uI Jllnhit 1l1 < l Holitiay Calvlnyu Mtf Y6 paoc J DrevrUtlng j lri O Nearly tt1 rlv SW OO ttootf fw rnuntt Ire l II Ill Sent on Ktijunl KtijunlNEW RrUlftNEW RrrpiuatNEW
NEW YORK G P Putnams Sons LONDON LONDONCathedrals LONDONCathedrals LONDONi LONDONCathedrals
Cathedrals and Cloisters of the IsledeFrance IsledeFranceIncluding
I
j Including Bourges Troyes Auxerre Reims and Rouen By E W Ro ROle e and V H Francis FrancisWith FranciaI
I With 200 Itlaslntlons IItjlr lI fu from Original 1 Photograph Ph ogr p 2 Volumes in t box 500 5001lt 5001ltThce ntt nttThose mlThese
Those two volumes uniform with Cathedral oftnf 11 tM South SOtlt of ofFrtntr Fraiu rClnlr arr ar the fruit of o many m my succcssirc 0 summer summerin summeripent
il ipent nt in wanderings in rare unspoiled un poilec1 France where the tourist touri t and his hi suitraw tlitcn f > aro tlf practically unknown unknownCathedrals unknownilf unknownUiiors
a
Uiiors ilf llil J Iisa U altar altarCathdrals IJO I ICathedral
Cathedrals of theSouth of France 2 21101s tols ols I I Cathedrals of Midland France 2 vols volsrrovsce volsProcLaatiasdcGaJCOnY VolsPrGyIaquelecccony
PrGyIaquelecccony rrovsce LanffuesUcCatcony I Burgundy BurnriSao Savoy Dauphins Dauph ie Auverfn Acquitsine AcquitsineiSrtO
iSrtO S 204 llleslmlleBSI I tt 10 illusutraSlns illusutraSlnsnd liislr ll n i
5 nd fer llluMfmtsd Circular
I
Romance of Imperial Rome RomeBy
By B Elizabeth W Champney ChampneyII
II I if A n ie < i tllitalrolge l stral < 4 fro o in n u uThe t b > ir 13 350 iO set t tTb
Tb The romances are placed pll d by the author on the th lips of ofthe orI ofthe
the I II people who lived In them She gives hP8 us a feeling of ofIntimacy orInllmar
S Intimacy with Ith characters whose names belong Ioog to history historyKtfntny hlslorifllil historyRtninp I
Ktfntny Mail V i V VEarlier 1Earlier I
Earlier Book by Mrs Champney ChampneyFeudal I I
N Feudal Chateaux Renaissance Chateaux ChateauxBourban Chtus80uon ChateausBeurbeui I
Bourban Chateaux French Abbey AbbeyItalian Abeyltaliaa AbbeysItalia
Italian Villas Vii Roman Villas Villast
t u i ielwe4 l mr rrofuitlt IIhllr4 flMilr fr Ire ro each Ill tn i a bar or earh earhiJ esr esrsts 11 11UJ
UJ iJ nrl nrlSend aSSend
Send for lltatrttd Jl Circair
The most mot I popular book in the United StateThe StatThe State SlatesThe
The Rosary RosaryBy
By Florence L Barclay Barclaylltilniinj Barclayf BarclayloIHl1J
lltilniinj Kdition f il on with JIlurations iu Color ColorH ColoI la laf
> > H f I Jllftidon CnmpMl nni nn < t Decoration and andCover andCon andrrr
Cover rrr I Deirign by Margaret Armftrnng Armftrnngprinted ArmlltronoIII lrnetrOtlilIundsornrly
III ndcomrly printed and hound houndS2SO 110 < 1
3 S2SO 1150rt ntt fopvUr < P walip G EdHiin Edlti ftM 1JS JS net nttAn rt rtAa
An ld Ideal al love story IorT one that thatjtistlflM thatJIISttlM
jtistlflM the th publishing business businessrefreshes bUllnsrlCnlbee businessrefieshes
refreshes the th heart of the review reviewer rvi rvifOr
er str strengthens agtaena faith In the th out outcome oulrom outcoins ¬
come of the great experiment of ofputting orputt1n ofputting
putting humanity on earth The Thenotary TiltHOIG TheRcssry
notary HOIG U a rare book a source of ofgenuine otcolllnfO ofgenuine
genuine delight delightPyrocuir detlzhtF1ynJ
Pyrocuir F1ynJ 1 IottStandord IottStandordThe 1utUIIdlJrdThe IotctondordThe
The Mistress of Shenstone ShenstoneBy
By B Florence L Barclay BarclayCromm Barclayc BarclayCown
Cromm c fbo SIJS l35 net netIngenuity ndInaenult netIngenuity
Ingenuity of plot and sentimental charm charmof
of colloquy and Incident render renderdoubly rendfrIloublT renderdoubly
doubly attractive the latest novel novelbv
bv the th author of Th The Rotary ROII The Tbetale Tb Tb1lr Thetale
tale Is a Instinct with Itb the same depth depthof d ptb ptbor
of feeling glowing Imagery and andrefinement andrel1nllment andreflnment
refinement of literary art that thatrharacferlie tbatchaTacllrlze thatcharacterize
characterize the authors earlier earlierwork earlierwork rUfr rUfrork
work ork
Phlla Non OI1J1 Amfrtrnn A IMill
i
n
TALKS OF A 4 i7U7ll COAST COASTCtirluma COUTbrlma CO4STIlirlilmal
Ctirluma Ion In Dr Brenfells GrrnrUlIon Crenfelislown
lIon to the Sea es esFor a aI
I Fora For a hook which tent I t strictly s Christ ChristMini Christni1q
Mini volume olllm there is something in Dr OrWilfred DrWlltri DrWilfred
Wilfred 1 I irenfeUs Down to the th Sea SeaFleming saFIIIIII SeaFluruiing
Fleming II Itevell Company which whichn whlcblthI
n nevurttielsc verthel lthI puts on < no > In harmony with withthe llb llbIh
the Ih holiday season xeanonarns seasonYarns 3On 3OnrarM
Yarns arns From the th labrador is th thulititl thlIhtIIl
ulititl Or Orenfell give Ith tbeee sketches sketchestrue teh
I trii true Morten st < rjea all of them leaves I II from his hiswn hi hiswit
I
wn honk of experience ipe princ enci So o onn on know knowu knowsas nowil
I as u II tie h d dPC < i < ie that bleak and cruel coast coastwhere coa coastwhen t twhr
where tint b only real warmth rmlh seems to tolx 10I tois
lx I in th Chic kindly hearts lh the doctor ihih siluibits ihihhts dlihII
hts II its in Much good > < 1 measure in in hit lii book bookI
I I Ono cant help speculating a to what whattht whatI whattho
I tht > precise prtCi ireuise effect of the Labrador climate climateI climatewould
I would ho > on certain c rt1II Old Scrooges ono onoknown nn nnjknow unitiknowe
known jknow jknowI iknoweWhatever
1 Whatever the th climate cl mllt might Inl hl do to totheinlt I IthlIdl tothtuiIt
theinlt is certain that Or GrenfelUchie Grtcl11 Ach AchIh achieves achievesthe e ethn
the Ih Kirulonlcil result of melting som somi 01111tIIhln
i IIhln thing or other In ones one nl9 heart with hi hitile bill hisitles
tile of n cold col < 1 and bitter land How can canono cnnone
1 ono help n burning do dttirl ire to play Santa SantaClans 8uIIIIClalli Santeiauie
Clans for instanoe In the case of It Willy WillyLalcolm
Malcolm oven though It Is a only through throughthe throllbIh throughthedoctorseyee
the Ih thedoctorseyee doctors eyes y that th Willy Is lessen seen n heel heellatin
latin atina between betw n a pair of OCD for the thebarn Ihltbar tlubare
barn leg I of his hi little flrl girl Oolite and andanother Andl
another pound or two of 0 oleomargarine oleomargarineto
to I It help feed r the tll family through the winter lnll t tPoor I IPoor tPoor
Poor Willy hankered alternately after afterthn atlflrth afterthe
the th stockings and felt himself In duty
drawn to the th also Of court cou fouls foulsnawsd
nend not go out all U winter fIbs Hh could couldsit couldsit
sit behind hlnd or even under the stove e atov nr as aAI
I have seen n other ntheirpoor poor children doing
Hut If her father took the tb stockings
he h couldnt have the oleo And without
any n fat fnod the whole family famll might fall fallto fallta fallto i
to pull through the winter Anybody Anybodylan
can nee that It was a quandary of a moat moatfOri i
serious fOri 011 nature And anybody will envy I Inr
Or Grenfell his luck In being botln a sort of I I I
Johnny Haute Claim on th tblllpot tblllpotTht1 the spot spotThe I IThn
The l hook > Is I full of tbe two tw spirits of ofthe ofth
the th North thai th cruelty of the tb material materialworld malerlAIworld materialworld i
world up there and the th saving kindliness kindlinessof
of Its It human relations There am stories storiesof AtoM AtoMof t
of courage COli such M II Tls TI flogged a am Does Do i i
It hut sobbing lIobhln stories Ifori of sloknes11 IIlolne1IIUI
lancl IUI gI loneliness lann sometimes winding Io lnE up
happily in almost miraculous reooverfes reooverfesand reooerreand
and other oth plain simple narratives nArnatJ of ofaptorinCM ofpersonal
personal experienced up and down the thegrim tll tllrlm thegrim
grim rlm ont They ore all fold simply slmplvwith Ilmplwith simplywith
with an n unfailing human appeal tapP appealAnother
Another book of the North ortIi In The
Handicap by bjj Robert K i Knowlen Flnrn
InK H Knvnll I and Company It t deals dI1Iwith
with WMt w western trn rn Canada CAnd4wllfcb which Is I a long i I
way from thn I Labrador brador A very long I
way from It but no further than Mr 1r
Knowlnns Kno book in I from Dr Grenfvtl Grenfvtlrfni7o OrnrelllIIIOW
rfni7o mr WITAv Axn Axnlanet ± r rlane rIwoJI I I Iant I
ant Aye TfJ Patrhanhs Nandsy Dllda Tallin Tat Tat1nllthtt1 j I i
rnlillthril In n Hook 1100 Form i
Th TheUltle ilttl j lilts hi of philosophy and chatter chatterwhich
I which for m some mn > time pout have been btttnPlnrin buqtagipunnng
UppearinK Plnrin In the tJl Sunday MttontHtrnH MttontHtrnHI
I of ChIcago and which have havssttrarecI attracted wide wldnattnntlon wldllI wideattentlogu
lI I attnntlon have been n collected collPct4fllntn Into a book bookI
by Janet Ayer Kalrbank their author and nd
I published by A I MoCtiirR and Company Comparsof
lor of Chicago under th the tltU In Town and
Other Conversations ConversationsI
There are ar twenty and morn of the th con on onrMUon
xersatlons rMUon and the th name m characters find
n 1 place placln Iace in each The lb American Husband
ountry Uf Modem Plrtlon and
T Dbutantea buUnt are some of the th subjects of
the talks talksThe talkThe talksThe
The book Is I replete pII with Ith Illustrations i
from pencil drawings and creditably cre < flltahl7 put
together j I
Our ot Retail Store StoreContains
Contains ontaln a Larger and More Varied Stork Tlisn Can an be beFounii booround beFounul
round In Any Other Establishment In Oi the Countr CountrAll COllnlAll CouintrAll >
All the New Xmas Books BooksBest BookBest BooksBest
Best Editions Richly Bound BoundRare BoundRare BoundRare
Rare English Sets SetsDainty SetsDainty SetsDainty
Dainty Single Volumes and Small Sets SetsLargrst Setaarat SetiLargest
Largest Varlttv In the tll City CIt of ofXmas nlXmas atXmas
Xmas Cards and Calendars CalendarsAll
All fleet at alt altPutnams 0 rbl iabUaher iabUaherYe r rPutnams
Putnams Retail Department DepartmenlZ7
27 4 29 W 23d St NY NY100f NYJII
JII Ye Calss tIOO 100f 100 eg4 M HI > Jss d tie I fritnlt ftfr ft e eBetteV uu m mBetter e Ueat UeatBetteir
Better than a Card or a Calendar CalendarDainty
Dainty little volume of trifling cost dlfcnl dlfcnlfled dllnl11M dlgnlfled
fled gifts of permanent value lut for Christmas Christmasbirthday hrltmnsblrtbdll3 hnitmasbirthday
birthday or other oth r anniversary aIlDtv nuary re reraembrancrs rpmembraucl remembrances
raembrancrs to persons of tame and andculture andtuUur andculture
culture cultureAriel cultureAriel
tuUurAriel Ariel Booklets BookletsNVarly
NVarly ltI tM t iI Title inrladn0 Ste Vtntotl VtntotlOM M 11I011 11I0111UIfI 105jeweiic
jeweiic OM 1UIfI Ifertdji Irrl riattif Clu Prato IrG IrGPotrP and andrtftrf fluidIotryPoms
rtftrf PotrP IotryPoms Porn Dramtt n Slnrtn Irori Hi Hilay R Ry ReDIy
lay y TM r1MMII < < np Wit and IVfoifam IVfoifamText WIMTlst WladowTeat
Text complete and unabridged unabridgedlarjre nnAbrirll1d1arp unabridgedlarge
large typr t beautifully printed on ondw 011tirkl ondeckelestgt
dw tirkl deckelestgt elC < flrepaperphofr pcrphovigramre 1ftraY1U1 > rri riirefrrnri fmntiJ1lf1 iiieceii Bound BoundIn
In foil red n leather rtamprd in gold ROlc7S
75 cents th It fruit for 3 pp C CSrrvar < rr J r
1 TIP Hill i Jmw lOf or ii c MK 111V 111Viw 1 1Ii
I
j New iw w KlrUer flock Ailtlie hlf toil tlU lion II to tof toGet
Ii
j Get f On In Life LifeThe IU IUTh tleThe
The Th KIei KIir er books have h liegiin to at attract attract attract
tract widespread attention recently Th Thy Tbyan y yare
are by Grenvil Kleiner who activities aclivitinxIn wl vlhO vlhOi
i In pub publlo lio instruction to young m ml1 ml1I n mi mihow Illhow
I how to get on In the tl world han been lie liefore b blol1f Liefor
fore the public for orn < lun uine in various variourorm variousforms nnoun nnounform
form The lb lhctu b H havn ha ouoh rh titlM titlMas ti titlitsSlow I IaA
I as How to Develop > vlop SelfConfldtfl tltnld I > cn in inypf InMph inSpeech
ypf Mph Speech ch and Manner and Ind How 10w to I AriMand AriM krgiiand r lI lIand
and Win the thO two 0 mo mlt most t recent prodtio prod prodtintin II IItion
tion tin by the author und put out < by Funk FunkWagnalU FuuikA uIII
A WagnalU jgnalI Wlnlu 11i hilt tln I hy > y 1 ian r de dirbl dirblbooka desirablabouka irabN irabNbooks
books for holiday gift IHt t fu > young YOI moii moiiespecially IONIPiaIY miiieapecihlv
especially PiaIY who v wlah l h tu u improve uuuilrnvu their theirstations thusrstations h hettona
stations ettona in life lir largely 19r1ly liy ly Knlfhelp II1ro IIhll tli thY thiuyare > v vblu
ar are uUo 10 Miitablu lilabJu blu lirxj books hJI fur otiidy ly mil 11111 11111good analgood milgood
good reading ratn at 1 it any tim tlnnI 1m 1mI timTile
I Tile Kleiner bookx ar are b hol < > oU of advic advicwith ad adwith advicowith >
with a lot of tinulv IlmI qu t1uutitationc Iulaton tntion4 from mor moror unoreor 0 0or
or leiw I imment men ln on how to do d this ihiand thiand thisand
and that anil bow h not lt to do certain Ctain things Ihln Ihlno thingsTo
To o t eotna > om < they may seem m almost Rllot primitive primitivebut primltlIna
but Ina to ih I 11 tn vrv r lang lar Inxly hod of lUtpiniiK lUtpiniiKyounK uI4flrutisyoung Irl
young oln then ln C It ith h limited hmlt r r4ur11 gu555oC > oums an and and1m 0115tint < i ilini
tint 1m > vet 1 having halnI ardor and sorioti seriousness rioln nes for forlifn rOIhr forlife
life hr s work r young Y01II tti nieui > ii I such uel a I as ar I ini found foundby fOlln1Iy foundlay
by IT tens of thoiiiituU IhouandJ in Y M f < A AII s and andoth Rld Rldothpr andother
oth other r institution in futoll they I will wil bring hrln a awhisper fivnli fivnliwhispxr
whisper hlpr of ciinllilinr cunldn and AIII Jii uulspiratuli piritiini piritiinii
i for making tb tbO the most of nn ont ones self mrirat I in this thisworld thi thiworld thisworld
world worldflit
I flit n books bk are lre written in excellent Kn Fi Fng
Huh Jllh and with a notably notely precise p style styloWhit lt stylelVhile I
Whit l then Ihp may bn I a treat gf deal of the Ih tbobvious
1 I obvious obviOl and nct occasionally Oulonaly somethIng fomlllblnl of ofthe orI ofthe
I the Ih hromldic in them them the Is II a fn frhn frhnwhIch freshness freshnesswhich > shne shnewhich
which is constantly attractive atrAllvl There T i iadvtcn i4 i4advic isadvice
advice advic about personal pnnal manners mnnr the fh UH UHof u uof ties tiesof
of words ont the Ih art of public pbllo and private privatelinking privatespeeking rhI rhItac
linking < tart tac reading rainl right thinking
fining roltllt sea with self seifconsciousnees lfcon consciousness iouan thmkinI and
things Ihin nf that kind Th The author take up UIispecific I Ispecific
specific pIfc things thlnR that often block blok taH suocess uooe i
In life II lit and batters battr thorn In pieces ph > and 80 tell tellothers I
tf111 tf111oth
oth others r how ho to do it itOf itOf > IOt
Of course cou all such bonks bok resolve ly them
selves lv Into the III simple assertion nlon that tht the thesuccessful thesuccessful
successful UC8rll man must mUlt work ul as hard as a lie ht hecan I
can and take tk all al the tb thsptns pains he can How to
do this thll is I what ha f ho Kleiner KI pin books bok tell tel law I alt4lflLKS
uAnniKs 14 I i mm nl VIACKH VIACKHt < 11 I Infl ICook
Joel nfl Cook oolc Two Volume ollm About the tneMediterraneans UI UII theMediterranean
Mediterranean I tdl rrannI Shores WioresThe Nar Shoresriie
The Th Mediterranean M itnranen and nd It I Herder I
Borer
land is tbo title ttle of Joel JOI Cooks Cnok two vol 01 I
time book of rambles rmblt in odd pieces pilO which
the th John U Wln Wlnlon ton Company od of FfalU
Iflphla tlphla has ha brought brolht out Olt in attractive attractiveolffl otrolvo otrolvor I
< mus r for the holfflay holma olffl trado trd Not until
ono ont has hAi scanned Icalnt the Ih mnny chaptern chpt unti in
Mr rwiks k latent IIpt work ok doea I onn nn rcnlir
the Ih wealth lh nf II Interest n I kivn k1 otwrvir otwrvirin rral
fhll Sinai in tho I h shore hOf8 washed by the th Medi 1h
tr1 trritueviti trrituevitiThe
The Th publishers ublllhlrll have rendered the tll book
attractive IIUrnrtv through t hrOlch xc cUnnt i Int nt typographi ¬
cal 11 work and RII gold 111 umhioeteul < ml mht > o > ipe tYfo < I cover coverI1 ralhl
I1 hern 1hr urn ur noplous 1111 Illustrations IhJfraUona falo lakn ta kqi > n
from forgotten for tn corn comtf curnorn n of th thf the Orient and
Africa ACTcn rim rh two volumes 01 I m each arh in mi red I
wnippers wmJ rM of if stiff ul rwiixr an boxed 101 In a
riMl IIal jtnjtflf rnirlv ruv dr tu C rlr tiiM tltt Ihp tii r ul 1 iIV 1
Thit Ih author Authrluiliiv has dlvldwl li tIit work k by
rjt
I
drawing dr n a line th thI Mo f
I w < In through Meulitprrisnnn I < litcrmn lt plnfn < in
at HIcly Sicily Tlie TI Thu w wrn > > nt < > rn lands 111t give vn material mt ri l
i for th thai first lt volume ohlml util lul all ul of the th near
I East 111 hgypt Igypt gypt nnd RII thj th ieliiida of thn th Ii Eau EauI
I fall tllnl into tho mcotid coIII volunii siiluimuIn llm
In II thn th first fft half hnl of hkn hi work h > > tr treat < aM of
the Ilierian lrln chair hur within th PillSra P of I
I livrculwi 1rcll of th the Axorns A 11 th the Canaries 1rl I I
and llttl I < visited plaone In north
It InO 11 norh Africa
ITh oolithvni Italian Arrlc
ltbem Ia Ifn seacoast acOt Coralcn
Hatdltila and ld Sicily 1c1 com Cm into linn In Ctim antI Ini
then is i I a glimpxit lim nf 0 tho th Riviera
In Volume 11 1 Mr Ir tVxilt k Rvkra plunge into In ta
the th mysuriotw c cuu ciatet usr of If the th JhUM East FAt giving lvln
a ftlinipM aUms of the Golden Horn of Sparta
and Agolis Agol anti IOI of the green 1am lal JJ Isle a Bfr of tlm th
Grecian O clan t
Archipnlago
Then ho
Archtgo carria
I Te
hl his reader rlad over to t Paliwtina Ialftn h md er the
toclent dpnt lands lanw of th tho this dead monarchies monAchl thl I
Where Ghosts Walk I s srh S SThe Nw
Sr
The rh Haunts of Familiar Famiiar Characters in History Htor and n Literature LMsratureBy Ueratur UeraturBy LiteratureBy
By Marion Harland Harlandtio
tio Si 10 IVIIA h r r Ilulr tllltJitratir ttvafrtiomeContents tlU > tn I I nl nlContent t tCanlent
Content Canlent ContentsLittle
Little 111 Hoy oy Bin BinTdc lI Josrphin JO hll 41 Malmalion Malmalionmy aIDalon aIDalonT
Tdc T Ladle < of tUnxollcn tUnxollcnChsrlra rIr10Irn tmy my linbuarl Iobart itCiimoor at t lmDor Ila Ilasillfl llaChrl lfaCharles
Charles I In WestmInster Hall HallSir 11 sillfl IIbr ahlsbiry > < irv Plato rtalnand and andiratlr Stonb Stonebrne
Sir 1 Philip 11111 Sldncj Itdl StdDa si IInohlrl 1 IVnuhursi IVnuhursiAroon iratlr < onze or re e Herbert st sttl itAmon nll
Aroon Hilton IItarl Chateaux ChitonsJoan tl Imrlon ImrlonJoan lhmertnfl lhmertnflJoan < merton mertonMsrr l
Joan of An at Chlnon ChlnonKttXInatlnc ellon ilnon Msrr IAr Htusri lart at a Aratioii AratioiiUtti AnabelFutvinating 1101 1101udnalln
KttXInatlnc pictures I Irtur are arf thrown thr > n upon the screen I D rap np
Idly Loneforgotten IADrOrsotn heroes Hv I once onr more mo morlcal we werecall e erecall
recall rlcal the hone bonrrd honcred rod dead Irad to life n again aln and the Imagination Imaginationruns Imaclnatoll Imaclnatollrucl
runs rucl rlol Travel of hi kind does not weary 1 ca 1 It faicln faiclnalrwV rueJnstlS fascinales
alrwV stlS ales X V I Time Tlrt SenJ for f Jltiitrittd Circofo Cif4
A new novel aOYI by the te Lii author utor ufOId D ld Ro Raseand e and Silver SilverMaster U UMaster ier ierMaster
Master of the Vineyard VineyardBy
By Myrtle Myrte Reed ReedM
t 1nSA M UI 151 J nrt lt C ruSl Kd R d IaHttr tt ttnrt
nrt 51 Antiynf 11 C calf lf n nLdr fls ZJ > err errLntfutrr ergLairwder
Ldr Lntfutrr r Silk 81 51il UI eel nrtA eelA t tA
A book of attractive atrctlYI plot of ofpurr ofpu ofpun
I purr pu moral mon of lofty lof1 Ideals Idea which whichdeserves whichdeserves blch blchdes
deserves des n a i reading by b1 young YUDC and andold andold andold
old The Te publishers publlben hare hareoutdone haToutdone haveoutdone
outdone themselves themalv4 In decoration decorationon dertnn dertnnon
on cover and pages p It I Is I a somptu somptuous lamptu lamptuou
ous ou affair aalrPttdA affairPtltsbirgh Pitttbvrgh Lcadrr LcadrrEarlier Le4rrr Le4rrrEle LcadrrEarlier
Earlier Ele Books B R by 1 Myrtle Mp Reed Reedlid K KUd Reltd
lid fins In e and an Silver At A the Sl Maw I r a l the thel th thOld thelavender
l lavender and Old Tms < Jak45ttt Jak45tttI lllri t ttr
Tbe Muster tr Violin I ji Splr 5 cbs Sea
iktilSSrV later Imwe Lefipre > Jt wS wSThe of 7
I Jae lf leSter t a usietaui 1 a 1ea
The < ipln tntr trr Be ak k Ism f ASTalm A EaSt ef r LIter
llorrr of She I Duck SLTT ar Mc McThe M MThe en eny enThe Ltr Ltrnr
y
The Sword Swor in the te Mountains MountainsBy Mountans MountansBy
By Alice Aice MacGowan MacGowanIII MacGowa
wisp III I fUss in 4 Color Co r IMS I IAn mtt mttAn sslAn
An Intensely InteDfel Interesting IntettDI story ef eflove ot10yI oflovs
love and rivalry nval of mountain mouDt e prej prejudice prJ prJudllr prejudlco ¬
udice and mountain mountin hoefiltaUty b0ltlt t trul
full rul of the tb deep Interest Intre and Ae feel feeling rel feeltog ¬
ing of the thl time tme that of te tae crtll crtllWar Ctl CtlWar Ct1IWar
War vivid In world pictures ic and andforceful aadforceful ld ldtortal
forceful In characterization characterizationfly
fly I It > mmm mmmat a M dav davJattb
Jattb at r the tle iii Cwm Cwmlvlaa c Cmbevd CmbevdTh In
Th n as 1 e WI tVlvtw lvlaa of r Laare ar rle Cap Civer Civeras ver vern
f through n thlehem thlh m to IWrphelvi end nndtover endtaver I It
t tover ftpr the ch Hed J I So S Sia ti In > tin phantom plin plinot pLains plainnof
of Egypt P1pr Hit lI worl rk clonH dl doe with 1 ii 1 view IW of ofi
i I the t h ho upptr uip1 Nil S Nile II arid 11 the I II lit A Assoiuzutu MOIIIIM 01111 darn darninimn flI flItllwn darntoiniri
inimn tllwn suinis n IIFK IIFKIrnnilnent u uIrlllnnt iirtVnuuiitnent
Irnnilnent Irlllnnt ninitc uioI Ie tlie tl Iii > en Stocks 110 lul Situaile Suit Suitalile
alile al fir Ilr llnllila Inllta > Oft OftProminent tIftProniliuco f
Prominent am amng mn > ni n nmv hooks oiiitable oiiitablefor IIllthl IIllthlfOI
for holiday hoJd gifts if IB I Coldwin ioldwln Smiths HrnlthVH SmithsIteunthiseences mith mithnm
H nm Iteunthiseences miniic nce i from rrol th S h hi Mactnillaii MactnillaiiCompany lalmil iacuuijiI iacuuijiICompany
Company Companyi
i 1h I h hulk of ih hook hI which llrlo containsmuch contains coniniflauuiiich nn n n1Ih
much 1Ih tnateriil lIIatrll n rit t er r Iwfort Iror publixhed publixhedwas Ilhlh1
was wllmll1 ionio ouamoieui Ml aftr arr th I h > writer Soul pa iaud iaudlii ed edlux
lux h lii soventytlftli year 1 rtiolil rnoll Haiiltain Haiiltaintuw lalllnli lalllnlih
bait h dono dl il a h I filming ilit Iflll tug m I ar acr 1 > r irclitifj with withh Ith Ithh
< h ni 1la l > f > nf fr th > < author authorrii IIUr IIUrTlu i lit liar liarlha
rii s arit MI i a i nl a I UT I n rat iB I nt Int I nt s of 1
the Ih th volume olum ore 18 an indicated Indictd by the t chapter chapterheads chap chaptnheads
heads haw Boyhood Byhod 18211W4 In31 Mortinier1s1sIglt7 Mortimer MortimerlHldlMT IortlmrIIfIMi
lHldlMT IIfIMi School 18211840 III Oxford OxfordIMIIM4S OdordHIUIlt OfnrujlN1lI4ra
IMIIM4S HIUIlt Oxford Tutorship lUIlKi lUIlKiTruels 1 1lj 1ljTra
Truels Tra 18 tSti < 7 Tniv Inhrllil iniversity rsity Comm Commions oml 1mm a
5500 ions ionl ISSIIA8 1S11 Education ducaton ComI Coimnissi ComniauaiaiIMItI4tI < i ilUMIMf
lUMIMf I Law w 1SI8 London LondonIMI lfc lfcl IJI IJII
l IMI ailournalUml t IounallmII lournalhsml153j1a 55lS5 IM Conn Conntc ConntcI Conrcil cti n nwith rtwith
with I ilh Public ublo Jlen 3h n The Monche Manehesschool fanch fanchchnl t tSchool
School chnl Bright and Cobden Oxfo I
Profeor Jrottrlhll lrofstamorahaiiu lii 1HM1MO t I Public Pbln FACII FACIIFlections Fvlt FvltFltctlnn
Flections Fltctlnn Ireland 1882IM1 11llt Am Amcajj Amran
1 1rai
ran rai r Civil vil War 4 ar JMJI1S03 IMIt5i Jamaica 1 1Cornell tSta tStaCornull I
Cornell Corn11 IrtftHlKTI I III VisiM llil to Kuro KuroVIRUS 1111 <
VIRUS Ilt t In n > Washington Visits Visiisirthiwest illil illilSorwt f fNfirthwmt >
Nfirthwmt ISiS I S70 1 1M W 1MB IMI Cnnaiii CnnaiiiPolitux CanaI Canedialities r
Politux ltk My Iy Life In Canada l naa 1S71I9 1S71I9I liI liI1h I5ll9aiThe >
1h I In book i is a larg gilt it topped I IciiniaiuiiiK lcantautuiusg I
ciiniaiuiiiK cnlnlu lg 477 4 paK pages > 4 and an 0111 index indtx itr it < 1 lHo 1npral 1sveral
Ho npral < ral ilIiiHtratlnnn hltratlon pl from > hoiograpi hoiograpiIt hOlolrl hOlolrlII
It is plainly I nly txiund buunc in dark Miif IIIO cl drlc tiu tiuInac < i iPrice
Price rlc J3 S 3 net
The Spanish Journal of Elzabeth ElzabethLady Elizabeth ElizabethLady
a Lady Holand Holland HollandFuluttI
FuluttI I Iv iti h Ethtl 0 1SF
1111 EI 1lltTF1 IlCIIF8IElt nwl PorTl Portrait nod l Map fp
A t lurhl fiirtliaur Vnitignte ohlo of I lbs Journal or Elizabeth Lady fbi
tlubetb
L 101
I lanll rcntly published Th ihe prNnt present book gives 1e an atucount ount
if aif f two 0 jourYH II in Spain undnaktn undertaken h by Lord andLadyHolland a
1 t4ut z nil t ill fl 131 Ind utuci In iit5tI419 11 Hm Some dftll letails or ndldyHolld the Ctm customs ad and andLhnrncteristics h
chnrctritlc Lhnrncteristics of tho various lrOUII provlnc pronincee a are given with ansc
ables Int of mal many Ionll ot poltial political And ltrar literary gVtD not note FiI Full anf or
mttnl lfltertsting reeruines tn the movmntaot tb lbs Britlh And Span I
Ih ILrTOIPS ILrTOIPSThe Lrml LrmlThe f1
The Campaign o of T Trafalgar TrafalgarIt Ig r rBy
By It > 11IAS i1iIA H rOUklrr 11 IbM IAlrr Lecturer in History 1 to tb the
Ir Inn Hoyal Naval War II ollege I 1fjh With IS CIr Chart on nod D1g fioginis fioginis14JO <
IV nt A ndl neqtlud ezhnuattve hlU aOllt aocount from Illl the pint point of view Ie oC tb the theart
Art of war wareynphnsIzIuig rplI117lnl tb ttr parts pled pLayed in the campaign h1
nlh others than SIon esngi esngiThe campign
The Story of Old Japan JapanDy p pI
I Dy JmUll j4I1II I ii IOSUFOUD IOSUFOUDI
Crofn Crown lr leo Thl Thai tRlnatinlt myhoJol mythology and biry hietory ot ted feudal Japanwith al all
Jacanwth
II 73 IDI it Its oltald ouitwarai IIcurIInM ictunusquueneusa Id and maDc mmnce I is told by y the Pro o
lessor Of of IIJ lapnneau > n nt KlnR Kings College lele who WI warn for 33 ycan lr Brtlh Brtlhconul British Britishcoitstul
conul It itt SII suugaeakl lakl 1Wa VftPs mp mpThe map mapThe
The Liac Lilac Fairy Book
Crot Crown Ct I ISI
11 SI ttnef nr If I bi 1 FlituI II i b by y ym ADltl OJL I IAN1 IAN1mail 0
m mail 1 Tl Tue 2l d anual annual In hi his Fairy all Bok Book Benis rt Howalor UowardSords d daJnrv
ihlusetratiotus hiltraton add 1 toils I RtnctYC attractiveness as a agifi bk book 10 children
tluffi th ornomnllf crnanirntnl git gtllrdgu gtllrdguLives rdlU rdlULives aft chidren chidrenth
Lives of the Fur Folk FolkhI
hI iliaIr4iititr r h if Id htIpad Ih the Voiu VI IiuaSTbttn bU itt b labbl O5bblti C ftrt ftrtuikti
uikti Iu fb iDe i 111 C Set Iuhbs 11 ISa ho 84r 84rI fla5sr fla5srFly
Fly M I I I 1lstlINI Wllh Ifh Ilorrdnd llorderaind ot other er IUrTt ttZuarolane ttZuarolaneroi0
r roi0 teto r Th twiok withthu thlt life Iiiuutories end
< 11 111 ih lr hltrtl ad adyentlr adveottires tilt tiltSI ho
SI 1 3 3a ii Iitt tat 11 sill fOllndd nn rldl faict or th the fox rabbit cat and badger Sr Srireliuuii
IrIIII ireliuuii 11 atnil wrlln wrtttti trlm from dO cloe obratlnn observation Th The Int late latetaIutiuik4
taIutiuik4 IIUI Ir of th varaujiuc rWI wid wild Rnlmal animals in in Knollde Knockdane Wod Wood n nrnrIIJy ncarefully
rnrIIJy carefully Irtfd treatad autl > 1 Incdnt1ly Incidentally Ijllt light II is thrown on on1Jlr auu auuutatetiru <
utatetiru 1Jlr points Ir their fatllral iittiral history historyBeasts i iBeasts
Beasts and Men
111 4 AIlS UAlilIEtI ilAI1sFtKs lzjiuriufcra fur 11 lhIf a Cntury kit 11 t tttro
HI ttro Wid StiI nuI An Ilrittld ahinitlgmi Irlu1tlor trtnshttior hy luh hugh H LI H EIIt Elliot an n
13 4 I fl t O Th Ihiavkr Ir A I IL C M with In an Intrducton Introduction by P t Mitch MitchI lc
I H 111 11 I F RH HUprhtnndnt iiperintnndunt o of th the 7Ologlul Zoological tiarde tiardeItugant ad
other 1 Itugant Int JVastrtinns is llrk lark flIth lh lholrrurre IIioogrurure lorfrcLtof orlrllo the afhaar ti nnl IIIII IIIIIother
t 11IfrarO 11IfrarOCrn a aCaptain
Captain Ferrercourts Widow WidowUo
Crn Crown 1 Sm ilslo
Uo 8y 1 t ntclNHOS ntclNHOSA IIU7CIIINt4tN iA
A novel or EnRllh EngiLeli lr life ly by A ni nw wrlr wrlrJIII writer it itonglias
Je JIII ongmans n Qrtt f n O nW nWJe crk

xml | txt