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'HIGH LIGHTS" ON THE NON-FICTION LISTS OF THE SEASON THE SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1916. ALL QUESTIONS OF POPULAR INTEREST REFLECTED IN BOOKS Tennis, Golf, Swimming, Sailing, Motor Boating, Hunting, Fishing and Camping Books. The War Seen From Various Viewpoints Works of Philosophy and on Current Problems. Descriptions of Many Lands History, Biography, Reminiscence Gcncal Literature. OUTDOOR BOOKS Tenuis as I'lnu It. (Doran.) Ily afisrl-e K. M Loughlwi. In a newly revised edition of thle very jugular book Mr. Mclaughlin tolls, In efctptew tortalnliifily dotted with intnlotrs from his experience In games from Uurope to the FIJI Iflrf. Just w.tat lhlr.ps In tennis he has by experience found best. Stiuid Hnil strokes, the tier; Amfrlc.iti eervlce. the new value of back fciM, .ourts :imt rackets and tennis sar mmts and balls, bow In train, the men. Ill attitude necessary for success, the rltlon of Improving one's fame to hsvlni pure fim out of the game all tint he tells for vluyers young and Id. turn Tennis Lessons for Beginners. (lUcmlltan). By J. Parmly l'aret. An expert player and a veteran iwriter n tennis supplies a concise and com rlf.f course of Instruction In the first rrlndplts of the same. All of the. Im portant rtrokes are explained 10 clearly ttt the man or woman, boy or girl who Mi never played tennis at all can pick FICTION GEMS A TREAT 1 VIVIETTE By WILLIAM J. LOCKE Author ft "Jaffery," "The llttnrtd ctatvnd," etc. Cloth, net. tl.oo A romance of hearts a tense and flowing story for summer reading. The tale of a few weeks in the lives of a girl and two brothers, it skirts tragedy in passion in flamed by coquetry, and reaches a sunny conclusion. DlVERTlXOt STRUCK BY LIGHTNING By BURTON KLINE ,Clolh. net, $1.30 The comedy of a violent love affair played by a prominent man before the chilly stares of social Boston. "A well constructed, plausible narrative, cleverly written, and extremely amusing." lioston Adtcrtitcr. TRULY POWERFUL THE FAMILY By ELIN'OH MORDAUNT Author or "Dttlamu touih," r;r. "The Rose Cioth, net. St. .13 "As strong in its way as Miss Sinclair's 'Three Sisters. The author has power and irony and the pift of characterization. Her Kory is out of the ordinary and is remarkably well done." Xt w York (Slole. WE LAT1S QUARTER HEARTS AND FACES By JOHN MURRAY GIBBON SrronJ Edition. Cloth, net. SI. .IS "A book worth reading. It sets forth the life of the art colonies of London and Paris, it gives a breath of Aberdonian Scotland; it breathes the atmosphere of tho strugglinK artist, as few stories have done." notion Advertiser A XEW FIELD THE SHADOW RIDERS By ISABEL PATERSON Third Edition. Cloth, net, 11.34 A splendidly vital story of the wesum Canadian life of today. An intensely human narrative. AS' ADMITTEDLY GREAT XOVEL THE MAN OF PROMISE By WILLARD HUNTINGTON WRIGHT ?W"dtTn I'olntlnq." etc. Third f.dlilon, Cloth, net, (1.3.1 "It's tho best American novel I ever read. I can't think of an other American novel that can compare with it. It is realism without any sops to the Pharisees. Its art. Already the reviewers arc slamming it on the ground of morality and overlooking its mnvjrnniate atX." Burton Ras- . i i,t"t'ir Trxhurte. AT ALL BOOKSELLERS iC HN LANE CO., NC YORK " The Most Vividly American Book mF of Our Generation." L if Dy Gerald Stanley Lee i about pretty much xrMhlnK under the aun. "'Ji nri, iui, itnu Sll tun It la khout you and roe. I tinture to pronounce It, mji.if T1IF. MONT VI VIDI.V AMKltlOAN m m IIOOKOKiH'lt IIKNF.lt. m ATIDS. J, II. KrrfiKit, M m in i.ifr. AT m. NX. II. .",o. AT All Iiookitores. Doubleday, hli C. It up from the beginning with the help of these, pajten. Illustrated with action photograph. Tenuis or Women. (Doubleday, race.) Ily Molla BJurstcdt. The author, who earned every woman's title of Importance In American last sea son, tells simply and from her own ex perience the points every woman player rhould iow about tho game which styles of play nnd stroke are best eultcl to women, ohat service to use, when sho should play net, Ac. Miss Hjurstedt believes that "no woman should attempt the man's name of tennis." Thr Sew Coll. (Button). By P. A. Valle. The American golfer ks here ahown the shortest road to proficiency. It Is both a primer for the beginner and a ftlend for the champion. JfodYrn Swimming. (Rmall. May nard.) Hy J. H. P. Brown. The author has been for twenty-five years a successful and progressive In sttuctor In swimming, lis lays down a new principle In learning this art and teaches explicitly how to muter the various strokes. The chapters on all the new strokes should appeal to expert swimmers as well. There, are also chapters on rescue, resuttcltation nnd common sense advice to patrons of sum mer resorts. The Book of the Sailboat. (Apple ton.) By A. Hyatt Verrlll. The author has a vast amount of practical experience In handling, sailing nnd building small boats under alt sorts of conditions nnd on many waters, nnd from earliest youth he has spent much of his life on or near the sea. In this book he has comhlncd the knowledge thus gained with a maa of general In formation to form an Invaluable hand book for every one Interested In the construction, use or detail of sailboats. The Book of the Motor Boat. (Apple ton.) By A. Hyatt Verrlll. A complete, concise, accurate and re liable handbook dealing with the modern motor boat and it motor. No attempt has been made to enter Into a technical discussion of the various types of motors and their relative merits nor Is the book h treatise on mechanics. It has been prepared to meet the requirements of boys and amateurs as well as more ad vanced motor boat enthusiasts. The Boy's Book of Hunting and Fish ing. (Doran.) By Warren H. Miller. A book on practical camping and game- shooting and wing shooting. It , tells boa how they can do things, Just wnat mey neen in no mem wun. mane, care for and use of the paraphernalia of outdoor sport and Items of expense. There Is a foreword by Dan Beard. Birds and Man.' (Knopf.) By W. II, Hudson. This Is one of the mct Important of 1. Jl. UltlUlt UIHPKB, miu iuuu i Galsworthy says that Hudson "Is at his best about the greatest living English stylist, the finest living observer and tho greatest living lover of bird and animal life nnd of nature In her moods." Home of the chapters are: Birds and Man, the .Secret of the Willow Wren, the Secret of the Charm of Flowers, Birds at Thvlr Best, Owls In a Village, Ac. Let Us Go Afield. (Appleton.) By Emerson Hough. Thlsi Is tho second volume, of the Hough Out of roors Series and a com panion volume to "Out of Doors." It Is n hook that will appeal to every one who wishes to get away from the city at least temporarily, and It Is full of prac tical advice for campers and sportsmen, carefully Illustrated with well selected pictures and written In Mr. Hough's original and humorous style. TIMELY SUBJECTS The Pre.iUtenev. (Bcribner.) By Will iam Howard Taft. The author presents In this little volume, besides his clear and simple statement of the functions of the Pres ident In all Its aspects, his views of the relative values of our system compared to tho English, of the relation of the BresJdent to the authorities of tho vari ous States, of the question of appoint ment and of the limitations on Presi dential power. These are enhanced by Incidents nnd experiences of the author. fundamental of Military Rervtee. (Linnlncntt.) By Capt. Lincoln C. An drews. United States Cavalry. This book Is especially prepared ror citizens who wish In the militia, in train Ing camps or in military courses to equip themselves thoroughly ror ine responsi blUty that may come upon them. This will be one or tne text dooks ror ine training camps, nnd yet It Is written so ns to be Interesting reading for every one. Side Strpplni III Health. (Utile, Brown.) By Edwin V. Bowers, M. D. A nractlsmg physician writes sensibly and entertainingly of the common ail ments to which the fleHh Is heir. He explains tho various kinds of colds nnd what to no ror mem, ami mere m a valuable chapter on Insomnia. The Work and Play Books. (Double day, I'age.) A scries of eleven volumes, each sold separately, planned to meet the demand for vacatlonal training In homo and school. The titles of tho volumes are : Carpentry, Electricity, Gardening, Home Decoration, Housekeeping, Mechanics, Nt-cdlccraft, Outdoor Sports, Outdoor Work, Working In Metal, flulde and Index. roster's Xueflon Bridge for All. (Stokes.) Hy It. V. Foster. Th latest word by America's most widely read card expert for over twenty years expert of Tub Sun, It Is dtslgned for all clauses of players the beginner can gather the fundamentals, the average player many refinements and the expert Is offered some new theories, which he may have heard of but which have never been presented tn his at tention In their proper relation to the rest of the game. Seta Homes Under Old Roofs. (Stckes.) ny Joseph Htowe Seabury. A book on converting seventeenth, irhteenth and nineteenth century farmhouses Into beautiful modern homes i of distinction. Over ssventy Urge 1 .lBllllHHHH.IiiilHI fl SBaBaBaBaBaBaaH f 'lkUH' 'XaaBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSH ssssssH - s9sssssssssPIMasKf iH M JSSi T ' 1 -asssssssssl PRANK H.5PBARMAN(ON THE RiaHT) Author, og - nan of Music Mountain andtwo OF HIS CHARACTERS AS THEY f. rrtAK ONTHe HLMS photograplilc Illustrations show side by sldo tho houses before and after re modelling. The book la valuable to home builders, architects, antiquarians, real estate men and every one Inter ested In the benutlfylng of country places. IVnaf JTrery Business Woman Should ffnoic. (Stokes.) By Lillian Ctcllla Kearney. A complete guide to business usages and requirements, with explanations of business terms and commercial forms. ' No longer need a woman bo brought up i short by knowing nothing alout a certl- tied check or draft, about collateral or foreign exchange, what a blanket moit-i gage Is, n sinking fund, n cive.it, an i amortization, how to make a will, start n tiling system or nddrcs a letter to Ulsnop. Why Be Fatt (Stokes.) By Amelia Summcrvllle. A practical handbook on weight reduc tlon by a beautiful actress who reduced 100 pounds In a year with gr.-it Impr e ment of health and appearance. Founded on sound health principles. With a list of dally minus within reach of the ordi nary pocketbook. Miss Summervllle In. eludes many beauty hints that will In terest the average woman. ABOUT THE WAR Paused by the Censor. (Dutton.) By Wythe-Wtiiiams. Introduction by Ambassador Hcrrlck. Indorsed by Clemenctau. former Premier of France. The story of the New York Times correspondent from the beginning of the wnr. Containing a military map never before published showing tin. whole line of the (lerman trenches In the fa. moiis "sector north of Arras." .Ify Fourteen Months at the Front (Little. Brown) By William J. Hobln son. A graphic account of the great war by a twcnty-two-year-old Boston boy who has Just returned from Prance, where ns dragoon guardsman, despatch rider nnd motor car driver he served font teen months under the British flag and visited every foot of the line the British arc holding In Franco nnd Belgium. He car ried thousands of despatches along tho Allies' front, exposed to (lerman shell tire, on a motorcycle or on horseback , he ilrovt motor cars for many prominent English nllirers, captured three spies single handed, participated In both bat tles of Ypres, Hill 60, Neuve Chapelle, St. Jullen, I'otljge. Hooge and I.oos. t In the Russian Banks. (Knopf.) By John Morse. This book, wittten by a man who has actually fought In the trenches, tells about the fighting In Poland, a phase of the war that has so far received but scanty treatment despite Its surpassing Interest. Mr. Morsi's tale of his aston ishing adventures.! his flight from Prus sia ocr tho Itusslan border In August, 1914, his varied service In the nrmy of the Czar, his capture by the Oermani and his thillllng escape) will hold spell hound tven the most surfeited of war book readers. Golden Lads, (Century.) By Arthur Uleason. Observations nnd Impressions of a stretcher bearer with the Belgian and French first line troops, with nn eycwlt- jiess account of Herman atrocities. Mr. (Jleason is the only American whose testimony nppcars In the Bryco report. Mrs. Glcason, who was decorated by King Albert for her bravery ns a nurse, contributes a chapter on "How War Seems to n Woman," and there Ih an In troduction by Theodore KooFevelt. Wnnf Germany Thinks. (Doran). By Thomas F. A. Smith, Ph. D. What do the German people outside the military claas really fhtnk about the war? It Is one of tho most perplexing and exciting of questions. Do the vlowa of Vlercck nnd his kind In this country renlly represent them? Why did the Socialists of Germany so fall the world at their test? Wero they deceived? What of tho Intellectuals? Prof. Smith, fori merly English lecturer nt the t'nlverslty of Erlatigen, liven aim ikikbu mm thought with Germans. He has had that free access to their press which Is de nied us, and he gives us astonishing excerpts. The First Hundred Thousand. (Hough ton Mifflin.) By Inn Hay. The popular English author, now serv ing ns Lieutenant In the English nrmy. glveo here a picture of war that is graphic, absorbing, full of humor nnd with bits of superb character drawing that make tho men In tho trenches seem like old The Way of All Flesh By SAMUEL BUTLER Introductory Essay by William Lyon Phelps New American Edition. Arnold Dennett ): "It it one of the grest novels of the world," II, MRS'. Poslatt tltrs. Any hnnkntmr E. P. Dulton Co., (Ml Fifth Are,, N. V. '.M"mw v v mm Rev John haynes Holmes AUTHOR. OF" NEW WARS FOR OLD" (DODDMEAD) friends. An Intimate picture of the great struggle, written In the trenches. . With the French, (Scrlbner). By Itlchard Harding Davis. From the mud trenches of Artols nnd tho r.lgzag front of Champagne, where i tho trenches are dug In chalk, to the nort 1 of Salonlca and Into the Balkans Mr. Davis has faithfully followed the French In their part of the Allies' warfare. Ho Iwas present during the bombardment of J i Arras, he visited the trenches In nil I'.tii.i., in- tinned in, I parts of the front In K . tho retreat of tho i.,.. ... . . . . ranee and he saw Allies in Serbia. i V ' ' ."7; " aiih-i u-nii m wmi in winen lie uescriies i tho French attltudo toward this country ana his visit to l'olncnre. They Shall .Vol Pass. (Doubleday, Page). Ily Frank II Slmonda. Besldra nn Inspiriting Interpretation of Verdun, the most stupendous of all bat tles, nnd his analysis of the strategical meaning, Mr. Slnionds pays a touching tribute to tho French nnd shows the soul behind tho faces marching toward the Kaiser's guns. And he draws a striking picture of Gen. Petaln, a type of the "new Frenchmnn, the mnn on the bridge, but not by nny chnnce the man on horse back" ; Petaln. the man. It Is said in Paris, for whom France waits to com pleto the task when the wearied JofTre Is Hone. Impressions and Experiences of a French Trooper, 1914-1915. (Dutton). By Christian Mallet. An astounding piece of work simple, poignant and heroic, by a French private soldier who fought his way up to tho rank of Lieutenant. Thr Assault. ( Bobbs. Merrill). By Frederick William Wile. Mr. Wlln had studied the people and the leaders for years. Ho was on the spot. Ho knew where to go for news, the men to watrh, the gosslp of the hour, and how to distinguish between facts and fiction. He was himself caught up Into the whirl of the dawning trag edy, for he was arrested on a spy. He tells here what he saw nnd heard In Ger many and England with cindr and without reservation. The War in Eastern Europe. (Berth ner). By John Heed. Mr. Beed writes, not of military de tails but of the light and shadow In the lives of the soldiers ami of the peo ple n the warring countries their cus toms, their emotions and tho expression of tholr feelings under tho stress of war. With Boardnian Boblnson. the cartoon ist, he Vent through typhus stricken Ser bia, visiting hospitals, battlefields nnd trenches, tliencc through Bukovlna Into Itussla nnd behind the great retreat ; to Petrograd and Moscow and to Constan tinople and tho Balkans. jrifcnener' Moo. (Houghton Mifflin.) By James Norman Hall. The unceusored story of nn American volunteer In the British army. Here s tho first real book by an Amerlcai ho has nctunlly fought and who Bev the struggle from nn American point of view. Written far from the censor's blue pencil, It prefents n frank and vivid picture of life In the trenches nnd on the battle tlelds. The Plrst Seven Divisions, (Dutton), Bv Cant. Ernest Hamilton. A detailed account of the fighting from Mons to Ynrcs. tho most critical period in the war for tho allied armies. Con- tabling much absolutely exclunlve Infor mation nnd serving equally ns a rapidly inuvlrur Hlory of great deeds and as a study In modern strategy and tactics. My Home in the Field of Honour. (Doran). Bv Frances Wilson Huard. Mine. Huard was In her chateau, sixty miles northeast of Paris, In charge of tho safctv of her young boy and womnn servants In the days of Von Kluck'si great drive to take the capital. A work of art In It slmie, colorful. Intense and thrilling narrative dramatlo by power of fact and tho authors line upprehen slon of Its quality and not by craft of iiiranKcnicnt. The racts are so tre meiidous that the flnent art has been the Kimnlest relation, Incident by incident, or the truth. With Illustrations by Charles Hunril. official painter of the war to tho , Sixth army of France. I , PHILOSOPHY. PROBLEMS OF THE DAY War of the Crtator, (Uluebsch). By (lolett UurKesfl, Coco was) Just a nice French boy whin he went tn the front, but the battle c( I lie Mai ne transformed him Into n man. He hnd lived, The psychology of Coco's evolution Is an sound as the be wilderment of battle Is real. Not often has. war bten described as Mr. Burgess fine reticence nnd ! AVin Uir.t for Old, (lvdd, Mend) By John Haynes Holmes From tho standpoint of logic, of ex pediency, of human and illvlm- nnttiru that can produre n leader like Christ, Dr. Holmes concludes that 'Tcaco on Earth" Is not as distant a coal rut the world war might lead us to Imagine, that "picl flsm" Is an expedient, workable means and that our country has n definite nnd tremendously vital duty toward mankind In this overwhelming racial catastrophe. J'sar God and Take Your Otm Part. (Doran). Hy Theodore llooecvelt. The most timely, arresting and Im portant book Theodore Hmsxvclt has written, conrtltutlnK an eloquent plen for "the larger Americanism." Ho w rites as a statesman, taking the Ion view of policies nnd a wldo view which Includes tho whole wnr'd. Ho w lUa of what Cm I'nltfd Stntes fhould Hand f r I'. tenia tlonully. Ho belle ex she h.u n orl(ase , of devotion to freedom, of ItgliMiig for it, which forbids her to be rt:l! when a great word for rich! Fhould be ppnhrn ; he conceives that hor honor Is bourd up with the necessity of ncak m: at till times fearlessly against nvgrcssion. From Doomsday tn Klnrjdnm Come (Small, Maynard). By Scynmiir Pe- tnlng. .A." Int'rpretatlnn of the developments "Htiepastquarlercentlirvlntheworl.lv , Vl0?- wlttl rrecin reforenco to the I l. " s"ts : " real- Interrretatlon of !lho bearing of the Eii-npem war nn the PreFcnt and tlio fuluro of ri:inklr.l Presrtif Gardner I. Day China. (Century.) By Harding. A brief. Informative sturtv or th. mh . . ----- . .... , pects of the Chinese republic. The author Is a personal friend of Dr. Sun Yat Sen and many of tlie leidlng spirits of Young China, and describes tho re markable social awakening of the Chinese people under the stimulus of tho revolutionary movement. Our .Vatlonol Problems Series, (Mac mlllan.) A collection of six little volumes deal. Ing with problem' of ltal eoneern to every American citizen : "The r True Ialth and Allegiance," by (iuMavtis Ohllnger, a study of Germ-in prop.ie ,nd.i in tne united states, with n preface bv Owen WIMer; "The Forks of the Itoad," by Washington Gladden, a dlseushm of International peace; "The llcrltign of Tyre." by William Brown Moloney. which deals with this country's need of a merchant mnrlno; "Straight America." by Frnnces Kellor, a presentation of tho grrit forces at work In Amen m t'l-day. and a call tn nil citizens in national s. r vlce; "Americanization," by Koval Dixon, which takes up the prohlun of the naturalization of tho alien; and Owen Wlster's celehriteil work. "The Pentecost of Calamltv," In whl h the German attitude of mind in the present war Is dealt with. Avake! V, S. A. (Doran ) By Will- lam Freeman, A definite book on preparedness. Our relations with every great m.llt.iry na tion are examined, with nil tho poten tialities they contain. Tlioug.i It Is by no means a mere digest, It will be of especial value, to thn busy man who, however cultivated, his no time to read dozens of heavy books on International law, military establishments, &c. Culture arid TTnr. (Huetwh.) By Simon N. Patten. Tho author Is professor of political economy at the University of Pennsyl vania nnd well known ns the writer of "The New Basis of Civilization" and other book". lie does not discuss the merits of the present war. but explains the psychology of the German and his Ideals, contrasting them with those of the Englishman, with a view to a clearer understanding between the peoples than now exists. Self-Bcltanee. (Holt.) By Dorothy Canfleld Fisher. Mrs. Fisher has put In this book the things about helping children tn help themselves, which every sane mother knows to be true, but which mot of them have forgotten In the hurry nnd press of modern domestic life. She has developed Ideas about tho cultivation of self-reliance and a sense or i esponslbll lly In the child which every sane mother knows to be true, but which few of Ihrm have stopped to think out. She writes about the problems which beset nil parents In a way which they can nil understand nnd from which they can all prollt. The Memoirs of a Paiilcinn. (Iluebsch.) Translated from tho ltii. slan of Vlkenty Verrssayev by Simeon Linden. This Is the chief work of a Uustan writer of the first rank. It Is not (lotion, but the unvarnished and conscientious confession of a physician from the tlmo of his early studies. Veressnyev's ob ject Is to explnln the dlltlcultles which confront both, the doctor and patient In DRAW AND INTERPRET YOUR OWN HOROSCOPE STARS OF DESTINY By Katherlne Taylor Crni;; New York Times Kiiys: "The author's treatment of tho subject in BatlsfyinK In every detail, nnd from it we may leurn to east our own horoscopes." Bookseller, Newsdealer and Stationer says: "The best book on the subject that we havo seen." 12,00 net, (Postage Rilrs. Any bookstore. I!, I BUTTON V CO., il-l .Mil At N. V. presents It, with ridellfy for truth. their delicate relationship and through such explanation to make easier tho road for both. Hons and Daughter. (Holt,) By Sldonle M, (Iruenbcrg, A study of the nature of the child In tho light of modern physiological the ories of instincts nnd habits, presented In n series of short discussion! (68) of vnrlous concrete problems that arise In the course of the early years of human life from Infancy Into adolescence. The many Incidents and stories will be rec ognized ns typical of familiar situations, mid the nnulyscs, In the language of everyday conversation, will be of help to parents, teachers and others who have to deal with children, What l Contngt (Macmlllan.) By II, O. Wells. Mr. Welts has always been mors In. terestcd In tho to-morrow than In the to-duy. The past, at he aaya somewhere In this book, he regards as Just material for fututn guessing. How are people going to take such obvloua matters as the wnste of the world's resources, the arrest of material progress, the killing of n large moldy of the males In nearly every Iluropean country and universal lofH and unluvpltiess? A Hook for Rhakcooeart Plaut and I'apvants. (Dinton.) By O. U Hatcher. A new addition to tne resources 01 an I readers nnd lovers of Shakespeare and of nil who wish to present scenes from tho mays or to take part In Shake- ! fpourlan or Elizabethan spectacles or pageants. Fully Illustrated. LOCAL COLOR, TRAVEL The Gate of Asia. (Putnam.) By William Win field. Tho book has been called "The Gnte of Asia" becnu-e the region traversed. Including Mesopotamia. Kurdistan, Ar menla nnd the Persian province of Aser balljan, has octed as a connecting ltnk between those civilizations on the west whrwe relations have been chiefly with Euiope and the Mediterranean, and those on tho east which aro peculiarly Asiatic Lodges in the Wilderness. (Holt) By W. C. Scully. Mr. Scully was for many years a Brit ish magistrate near the border of Ger man and British South Africa. His tales of desert life have the Interest of a first h m l persona! nanntlve. It Is among the smalt group of modern deecrlptlvo bonks of power and poetic feeling. By Motor to the Golden Gate. (Apple ton.) By Emily Post. Mrs. Post made the trip by motor car from Now York to San Francisco In the summer of 1915 with her eon, who drove tho car Her new book proves to be a (harming aecount of the trip by one who Knows bow to travel, who sees the Inter esting things along the way, who knows iow to handlo tho difficulties that nrise mul tu secure amusement and pleaeure fi.-oii them nlio. Mrs. Post writes as a frle- d might talk of Ticrsnns and places. Besides tho nnrrntlve there la detailed Information on what to carry and what not to curry, how to nrrnnge the car, c nfd minute descriptions of the route, hotels, places to btop, expenses, Ac Blackfeet Talrs of Glacier National Vnrk (Hnuchton Mifflin.) By James Wlllnrd Schultz. Wrlttf n by nn adopted member of the Binckfeet tribe, these legends make what Is probibly the beet collection of Indian Morles ever brought together. With these stories Is combined tho author's own nnrrntlve of his experiences nnd adven tures, mi'le even more graphic by a series of photographs. inn mti lynuniry. u,nnn. ny E.irl 11 Keecl A unique book, describing the sand dune ranges that sktrt the southern and eastern shores of Uike Michigan. Thn text Is poetlo and graphlo and there are nty Illustrations by tho author. Troii Plftor to Post. (Century.) By John Keudrlck Bangs. ! Ilem'tilcences of the author's life dur um; the last ten years as a travelling lecturer throughout the country, consist Urn of anecdotes, sketches of character and light lelbctlons on American life in neral In tho stvle of this well known "funny man." A kindly, witty, good humored commentary on American ways, East, West. North nnd South. Vomio fndlo. (Iluebsch.) By Lsjpat lt.il. An Interpretation and a history of the nat'oiialist movement from wlthtn. The author is one of the best equipped men to tell of India's aspirations and needs and to describe her hlstorio strugglo for self-government and the men who ire leading the nationalist movement. Th' Ocean and Its Mysteries, (Duf field ) By A. Hyatt Verrlll. In this vivid account "f tne wonders of the sea nnd of the life In, on and nround It Mr Verrlll describes the depth of the sea, currents and streams, dere- llcts and Icebergs, tides and waves, life In the grent depths, human life under the bc.i, safeguards of the sea, Ac Xlghts in London. (Holt.) By Thomas Burke. This Is no vednntlo guide book, but a piquant account of many fascinating ad ventures In as many strange pirts of London The author, a young Journalist, provides a scintillating new Baedeker with the traditional, the obvious and thn genteel happily omitted, .V(j7?ifs. (Llpplncort) By Elizabeth Robins Pennell. Home, Venice, In the wsthrtlo 'HOs; Paris, London, In the fighting 'DOs. There Is tho Inside history of nn ah i orbing period, nnd an acquaintanceship with those who made It what It wns: Ib-ards'ey, Henley, Harlnnd, editor of "Tho Yellow- Book" i Whistler. Ac. The illustrations, photographs and some nulling by Joseph Pennell are unusual, A Hook Lover's Holidays in the Open. , Scrlbner. ) Ily Theodore Boosevolt. Ono sentence In Col. Roosevelt's prrf I'co sounds tho keynote of this book : "The joy nf living is his who has the heart to demand It," The chnpters range fiom n description of a cougar hunt on the rim of the (Irnnd Canyon and nn nccount of tho washing of the sacred snakes In a Hopl underground temple to Hoenea In Argentina, Chile and Patago nia ; from a study of primitive man In t :.r, o continents to a description nf the books which hnve been the author's eon Mum companions in his wanderings. A Sort hern CountrysUle, By Rosalind RM, n-iK A snles of connected and quite de lightful sketches of scenes and the peo- I pie in Maine, It Is written with knowl edge, with a true and sympathetic touch 1 n ml wi'h humor. The effect Is height i oiled by Mr. Wentworth's photographs, j Tim .nil hor Is a daughter of Laura Rich 'mils, known for her "Captain Janu- at y, ' Ac, Ihimigh Russian Ccnfrol .4j(i. (Mac ro llan ) Ily Stephen Graham. -PI,,. ,la,.rlnf Inn it o Imirnev frftni Vlutl. ,., the (Miicsus to Baku, across I "" " " ""'- sinte. that onco boasted Its prize yoke, I tin- Caspian Sea to Kiasnovodsk In Trans- I irr Street r.icttrs ( i.nunent. of oxen and could turn out a mnBttlll . isp.,'1. thence by rail to Bokhara. Manchester, N, H., June 9, How ths fol,t A.m' stately string of them when Samnikand and Tashkent, the limit of the old timers of n generation back, let u roa'' wa" J 1,0 l,rolt, 1" winter or the railway, then on foot or In carts tn , us say, would have rubbed their eyes '"'i' particularly big nnd ciimbersomo i the frontier of China, to Vernoy, Kopal, , at beholding In cold typo thli little Item ""Ject wns to bo hauled from one part 1 l.cnsinsK. norm out oi seven li vers, Land In southern sitierin, semlpalatlnsK, up tho Irtish to tho Altai Mountains. The .lniiiilnln, (Seilbner., By John t Van Dyke. Prof, Van Dyko continues his I series on nature In this successor to "The Desert" and "The Opal Sea." The hook begins with n really epic nevount of a rldo with the Sioux through the Dakota." to the Bookies and back In tho author's boyhood, on whloli expedition he evidently begnn tho studies of moun tains, which ho has since pursued all over the globe. Chapters fo low on nil the vnrlous nspects of tho irenernl sub. Ject, both scientific, nnd aesthetic, ns Is tho author's wont HISTORY. REMINISCENCE The Century of the Benalssance. (Putnam.) By L. Batlffol. A lucid and lively narrative of events from the death of Louie XI. In HS3 to that of Henri IV. In 1610. TIiIh Is one of the most confused and baffling periods In French history, but In M. llntllTol'a skilful hands motives arc elucidated, actions correlated nnd events brought Into orderly sequence. His sketches of Louis XI., Georges d'Amholse, Frnncols I., Henri II., Diane dn Poitiers, Henri IV. and Queen Margot to name but a few touch the imagination nnd linger In the memory. .Wemortfs. (Dutton.) By Lord Ilcdesdale. A cultivated mind, experiences In many paTts of the world, humor, geniality, Innumerable friendships with well known people and a vigorous memory hnve enabled Ixjrd nedesdalo to write one of the hurt bo .ks of remi niscences which havo appeared In recent years. Joseph Fels: ris Life Work, (Hurbsch.) By Mary Fcls. This Is the story of nn American manufacturer who nlnndnncd money making to attack the evil conditions which permit tho acquirement of wealth M the expen!l9 of MnK millions. The book deals principally with his ixtlvltlea In connection with single tnx, vacant land cultivation. Intensive agriculture, educatlonah and other experiments. largely tn England and America, though his interests were worldwide. A Diplomat's Wife in Mexico. (Har per.) By Edith O'Shaughnessy. Intimate personal experiences nt Mex ico city and Vera Cruz during those dra matic months in 1913 nnd 1914 when Nelson 0'Shnuhnesy was American Charge d'AfTalres, before the breaking off of relations between the United States nnd Mexico. In these pages wo have vivid pictures of those days by the one who hnd tho fullest Informa tion. These letters form n contribution to American history, a book which will arouse much discussion. The Irish Orators. (Bobbs-Merrlll.) By Claude Bowers. The nuthor tells the story and Illus trates the style of Flood. Urattan, Cur ran. Plunkett, Kmmet, O'Connell, Mcngher. Butt nnd Pnrnr.lt, nnd then summnrlres Irish history In tho last quarter of a century. He ha brought his patriots together In one group and has so outlined the biography of each tnni in connection iwjieen uirm ir. ,-u , . disclosed, the hltory which they helped to make Is followed Intelligently and without loss of Its connecting links, and the personal and human side of the men Is still prominent. There Is n foreword by Cardinal Farley. Recollections of Abraham Mncoln. (Putnam.) By Henry B. llunkln. The nuthor wns one of tie "Lincoln boys" who grew up In the valley of tho Sangamon before tho sturdy race of pi oneers had disappeared, nnd Ills plctuies of that now vanished t'm help ti t" seo Lincoln In the setting of his life, nmld the scenery which wrought Itself Into his mind, nnd thn hnrdy, wholesome, self-reliant folk who left the'r Impress upon his character and hH career. M no- ! fiver, the author was for several cars a student In tho Lincoln & Herndon law office. Beverles Over Childhood and l'otifh (Macmlllan.) By W. B Ye.its. Here the celebrated Irish writer given i us his rrmlnlscenes of his childhood and! youth. Like most poets Mr. Yeats was i a nervous, lmpre'lonahle nnd s-ensl- tivo boy. his child' o..d. ns is shown In ,l,l ,.n1ilm. t. i a ii.il..I It, l.la grandfather In 'Ireland, nnd 1:1 s otith , mainly with hi' father, a painter Tho memories nre written, ns Is tn be e. peeted, In charming proe. They have the appeal Invariably attached to tho account of n sensitive childhood. POETRY. BELLES LETTRES Selected Poems of Gustaf Frndlnu (Macmlllan.) Translated by Charles Wharton Btork. Th peculiarly national characteristics . ' ihi Swedish lyric, according to Prof, Slink, are their clnsenesi to tho earth n 'be other hand, their purely visionary quality, their kindliness nnd I their trenchant humor. Frodlng. Prof Stork says, "unites these qualities with i . 1-iii.w nui 1'iq.iiiiii hi .i)ii',-. II, niiriHTi. ual vigor and a compactness of stylo that makes every phrase slgnlllc.itit. In Ms pictures of peasant life ho reminds i one most of Burns, some of whose songs so translated, but his Ironic humor Is more like that of Heine, The visionary gift appears In poems of n!mot Shej. leyan Ideal beauty, and his power of dra matic narrative has a virility which makes the work of Kipling seem jour nalistic," April Airs, (Small Maynard.) By Bliss Carman. A new volume of lyrics by Mr far- nn la ill.... n . ' . I A ... ,,.1.11,1.... I U ,,,,,,, ,n n.n.jii noiwitio ,,,, 1 1 1 , , if 11, ijio permanent achievement of American poetry. The new examples nro In char- ncterlstli; vlen. Black Sheep. (Houghton Mifflin.) By Jean Kenyon Mackenzie. This pedes of letters was written by a missionary to tho German Kamerun, equatorial West Africa, nnd to tho northern part of the French Congo They not only reveal convin"ngly thn unconquerable spirit of the mlsMnnnry but also show a delightful ami poetl appreciation of the beauty of tho conn - try nnd the human appeal of the African 1 eople. Profusely Illustrated from pho- tographs. Kuropa's Fairy Tales ( Putnnm ) Restored and retold by Joseph Jacobs Investigators In the different Ile'ds r European folk lore hnve been struck hi the large number of variants of particii lar fairy stories In their range over (in continent, From the number of in . dents common to these variants It Is rosslble to arrive approximately nt the contents of the orlglnnl stories. Such an attempt has been made, nnd made very successfully, by Joseph Jacobs In his , - . compilation. 1 I on the main street of a New Hamp shire town two pairs of 'cm nt oncot PASSING OF THE OXEN, CM ,vi'r ,w,Jy ll "ie stranse Main I And, Indeed, It would bo a sight worth kla-l.i nt Tiwrt .,, ,,,i V . Il.-, from the current number of the Peter. . borough JYanscripf: A strange Incident on Wednesday forenoon was the sight of two pairs of oxen which met on Main strert, Oxen are becoming very scarce In town. "A strange Incident," forsooth I Oxen ALL New Novels PRICES Diverge In Character NET Delightful in Style Distinguished in Interest I The Bars of Iron By E. M. Dell Author of I "7i ll'ui Benders hare pretty gener ally agreed that this bonk equals anything the author has done, as the record of tlrst editions will shew (M.OOO rnples within 30 ilss of publication. ef in Encle." The llnehti of alpre. 'The Keeprr of the Jhm " !M paaes. H.io. Star of the North By Francis W. Sullivan Aulhnr c.f "ChV.Jten of liantsh ment," etc. 1 1, J J. A thrilling stery of the Canadian wilds, a lludsen Hay I'nst factor, his daugh ter and a looting picture company. Hie author knows lilt wilds, knows the "motles." and liNOWS) now in nitirn. The Hermit Doctor of Gaya By I. A. Ft. Wylie Aulhnr of "the AVi tire Horn,' "The Italnh's People," etc. .. lute slnry nf modern Inillsi story of sacrifice, drpratlty and mutiny. "The author It a inagnlneent story teller." Iindon (Hand aril . The Night Cometh By Paul Bourgct or , Ft i nth Arademv. "Perhaps the fore. moil ttrlna notrtHt " America. tl.S, The story of a materialistic ilortnr and a fervently pious Mounded officer. "One nt the most notable works of Imagination written under Influence of the war," Kve. .Mull. N V The Road to Mecca By Florcnco Irwin Author of A modern snrletv nniel. "YtWM lhe title nt n .mil ,h AUf-ttim," makes the truiiale for (I ! mkIuI pre-eminence Its one. nnd null aim, Are them any .in h Minis'.' Look nruiinit inti and see. Are there.' The Wiser Folly 1V Leslie Moore Author of Ihe I'earofk Feather." 1'mi read "The I'eaoeek leather'".1 Here Is a noiel by the same author, and one as prnfoundly sympa thetic, as romantic. charming. "4 heautltul rnmanre." ttnehpttar Pml Kpre, etc. ti ti. The Iron Stair By "Rita" a no. t "lory nf Inte, daring and elf..,rrlflee, unfolded nn Ihe lletonOiIre innnrs, with the fnrlilddlng background of prison walls, A flue rn. insure, wlih rrn timucht bat k nf II. rnance of Iir nn.,r tlJ IJ T 1 1 1 1 H inf ftifaFC """O "cl 3 r, o--u ic i. as D "acnei swetc mactiamara ''he'"' Fnne of the lies. The story uf the rebellion of a girl from a mother who guarded her with loo Jeal out an e,., pnrt of (lie story Is laid In Egypt the t h r a It t, I n g, mysterious I'KM't this author knows so well. : full page llliit .-.111 rites. The Heir of Duncarron By Amy McLaren A'',hn' " n.muQh (" A delightful Inie story with fresli Stntili setting, an air nf ardent romance In a trndltlnn-Mrepcd atmos phere, and Ihe falmest ing. KPsllon nf qualm dialect. Rose Cottingham By Netta Syrctt The MMuq or a Modem U l"Mfl. tl s A striking picture nf the moulding of a joun. girl In the disturbing atmosphere of the early Mult that of Mllde, lleardsley, the aes. Ilietle and earlv socljllatlo nioiements, UntiaODV i fl J in Thy Oaring By Marius -yle Wren " I here Is snmelhio real strength i,r ' i (,reek dramatlMt . handlliit: nf li. and the old III the htqhm prune i " ', , j' ' ! . ' i IIiiihs Is dramutli ami un expected. Vie i nuitriituUte author and piihlMirr on ii I k of eitepilon.il merit," rtin (.lotin, Lotidou. WHY NOT TAKE THIS LIST TO YOUR BOOKSHOP - LOOK AT THE BOOKS! N,w Yotk O.f, PUTNAM'S SONS London e-,iih in num.. n lurtu linn Kt'Liu Ulu u "" """uiei. But tho times change, nnd motive pow-or changes with them. Oxen were slow, presumably they are slow even tn this day, nnd escu In Peterborough, which Is by no means to bo considered a sleepy hurt; or on low gear In Its movements, I wm II .V.