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LA FOLLETTE Every voter, man and woman, should read “Let X = La Follette”, by SAMUEL G* BLYTHE, in the October 18th issue of The Saturday Evening Post* In the present situation, La Follette, himself a prac tical politician, becomes the greatest unknown, quan tity that has ever developed in American politics* Not the shrewd, only the fatuous politicians wave him aside as a factor* What is the game? Other Features to be Found in this Vfcekb Issue — Out Today SHORT STORIES ARTICLES The Making of a Stockbroker . * ♦ Edwin Lefevre The Missing Attribute . . . . . Ben Ames Williams A Play Reader Talks Shop Warders of the Wild .... Archibald Rutledge The Horace . Words With Music Earl Chapin May SERIALS Confidential: Please Destroy ! i .* Horatio WinsloL Heart of the Hostel • • • • Wifiiam Reade Hersey Speed (In two parts) . . . Civilization Thomas Beer Weber and Fields . . Felix Isman and Wesley W. Stout The Black Cargo (Fifth part) . . . J.P.Marquand A Little Child Octavus Roy Cohen The First Families of America . . Kenneth L. Roberts East of the Setting Sun (Conclusion) The Jade Spirit Gong Edgar Jepson The Roar of the Crowd James J. Corbett Qeorge Barr M cCutcheon THE SATURDHY I From any Newsdealer By Mail Subscription EVENING POST “An American More Than Two Million and a Quarter Weekly Dfwidwltf yr authorized i|cat of acod jour order direct to THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, Ptiilidelphti) PeamylTtnu . .- * » --» THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON. D. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1924.