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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY. APRIL 29." 1918. - i WHAT MAKES "A GREAT MAGAZINE"? It Is Telling and Illustrating Vividly That Which Happens in the Three RealmsThought, Romance,Reality. HEARST'S MAGAZINE Is the flfeatest This, With the Veil, Is Angela Page, Hero ine of Frederick Arnold Kummer's Great Story, "THE DEVIL AND ANGELA PAGE7 in Hearst's Magazine for May. THIS IS ANGELA. "The Devil will happen," said Angela Page, "even in the best regulated families." She said this, as many a woman might wisely say it, looking at the man on the other side of her restaurant table. This picture is by Baron Gayne de Meyer, who uiusirciics 1 xic ievn auu .fingeici 1 age. 1 Tm r .1 l .1 i v inis.is one or, tne real women tnat.uve in; the land of fiction. Study her character Tn HEARST'S MAGAZINE this month. . ' ,LiJiU.HliIl..ff 'JETWil'""!.!!! Ura I 1 m'ffl M 'iW'w In ' m a "I'lm' ' 1 ' " m ill' jmn I 1 nv vSSjq?' "f. j HEi 'SHIimBl f 1 nil jrfy jjjL SPifcyfyi' Jy iirtw'iflftS'flHP'f' KC Vk JJj- ?j lfr? wfff " vstf . B?g3!B9ifijflffJByff 1 nHMHBpnliiKlii This Is a Picture of the ftfel&Wtfllfc of Real Life. One of Russia's Greatest, Most Savage Intellectual Fighters Gorky. I The Wonder-Ship. Illustration of a "Hymn to Democracy," by Angela Morgan, ihHEARSTS MAGTffiWEcVMay. 1 This Is Jenny, the Girl in "A DAUGH TER OF TWO WORLDS," Which Is Leroy Scott's Story of a Girl's Struggle to Rise Above Her Environment. In This Picture She Has Begun Her Struggle By Slapping a Foolish Man in the Face. - Artists in Hearst's Magazine May Number THIS IS "JEN." After you have studied this face and the face above it, and read in HEARST'S MAGA ZINE what they do in the world of romance, you will study with greater interest the two faces from the real world RUSSIA on the other side of this page. F. STROTHMANN CHARLES SIMS, R.A. W. FLETCHER WHITE W. T. BENDA PENRHYN STANLAWS G. PATRICK NELSON GAYNE DE MEYER JAMES MONTGOMERY FLAGG WALTER TITTLE ARMAND BOTH HOWARD CHANDLER CHRISTY ANDRE CASTAIGNE CHARLES E. RUSSELL'S articles of the truth about Russia are illustrated with photographs brought back by himself. HEARST'S is the best illustrated as well as the best written magazine in America. Read HEARST'S MAGAZINE For May See HEARST'S MAGAZINE For May Price, 20 Cents, Now on All News-stands. The Great Magazine of Fiction, Reality and Thought. E i' -' t- . iy-aSBa" " ; J ? 9 rr -. xwrwjxxwmdfraBwrr& ,i 1 Writers for Hearst's Magazine May Number HARRY LAUDER HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS JESSE LYNCH WILLIAMS B. L. PUTNAM WEALE JACK LAIT GARDNER TEALL CHARLES EDWARD RUSSELL ALVIN JOHNSON CHAMP CLARK ANGELA .MORGAN STOCKTON AXSON ROBERT W. CHAMBERS FREDERICK ARNOLD KUMMER ARTHUR STRINGER DONN BYRNE 0 LEROY SCOTT REX BEACH MARIE CORELLI E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM J MAXIM GORKY of Ruuia. These two pictures are chosen from many illustrations that Oharles El RusseUa member of the commission sent to Russia by PrdsidefitPVWlsen, brinfaandtBBS in the article that he publishes in HEARST'S MAGAZINE for May. ' ' Above is the face of Gorky when he was much younger than he is now. It is an older, more tired face that you see when you look upon Gorky living. More interesting than the picture .of Gorky, is that of the woman below, thejvpical Eus3ian woman, one of the stones in the foundation upon which thel&manofis'and the Grand Dukes built their power, luxury, and vicious life. A Typical Russian Woman. Fighting courage you see in Gorky's face. Another courage, that of patient industry, you see in the face of the woman. Gorky, and hi3 friends, Socialists, anarchists, nihilists, revolutionists, all the other fighters against autocracy, have been struggling to help this woman rise from her position of miserable poverty. Her condition is worse now than it was ever, except for this there is light and hope ahead. You will be interested to read in HEARST'S MAG AZINE the story by Charles E. Russell, chosen for the Russian Commission because he represented the intelligent American-born type of Socialist incidentally Russell is the man no longer a Socialist of the Socialist party because of his belief that there was not enough patriotism or Ameri canism in that party. A Typical Hearst Magazine Illustration, by Armand Both. HEARST'S MAGAZINE FOR MAY The Greatest by Right A Magazine of Power and Purpose. Out Today. Get It. Price, 20 Cents.