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little to toil stories in this crowd
"I'm not so sure of that;" said'
the Storyman. Buckeye, fits into
his niche very well. Herreminds
me of a story; almost as short-a's
his own and tailed ''The Little
Street Ligh't"."' "We'll 'hear that
tomorrow. . " V .'
Colder .Tonight. .'
Fair, tonight and probably
Wednesday; for Chicago and' Vi
cinity: Somewhat colder tonight
with lowest- temperature near
freezihgV' moderate -northwest
winds becoming jvariable. "i
BUT THEN EVERYBO'PY 'MAKES-MISTAKES
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Rarest of the 'Arts.
Robert Louis Stevenson, prince
oi literary stylists, ,wrote '.-
' "There is but onefart to.omit !
Oh. if I knew how 'to omit, J
man who : Knew now tq uiuii.
would make an 'Iliad' of a daily
- ,Thp trmitile with a crank is that
Utl, li J. Knew iiyw 'iu w!1")- ' . .e
twould V& no other, knowledge. A,he never lrjis :hunself,.