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beside her father and mother in Ivy
lawn cemetery, but as yet no ar rangements have been made for the funeraL" I know, little book, this notice sounds cold and unfeeling, but some way I feel that if Eleanor knows she is glad I am doing it in just this way. I long ago forgave her and now in mercy to her, to Dick and to myself I am going to try to forget it alL (To Be Continued.) PICTURE OF SOCIAL "DEPRESSES' OUTCASTS WHICH SCHOOL HEADS A C TZZ2'mm'mm " ' ' : : Picture Banned by New York School, Represents a Croup of Outcasts on a Bench on the Thames Embankment. An are war rages around Dollman's famous painting, "Am I My Brother's Keeper," recently banished from the auditorium of the Wash ington Irving high school, New York, because it was said to be "degenerate and depressing." Artists, labor leaders and social reformers are protest ing against the school's action. o o BLAME POLICE FOR RIOT AT RELIGIOUS LECTURE A protest against the treatment given by the police to Joseph Slattery, anti-Catholic linguist whose meeting was broken up in the Boulevard hall, 55th and Halsted sts., two weeks ago, was passed by the Chicago Political Equality League at its last meeting. The body declared that no matter what sentiments the speaker might have uttered, he should have been given the right of free speech. The p6lice were blamed for the trouble. Which shall it be? Which shall it be? I looked at John, John looked at me. "Denied 'ev I know," John he cried, "All films look good from th' outside.'