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I ' __ Creater of a "¥ype Known World Over as Gibson Girl—Characteristics Brought Out with Sim I plest Strokes. i - i 1 doubt if it is accurate to say that Charles Dana Gibson "leaped into fame” with the Gibson girl, but as suredly she has ministered greatly to his very general popularity—to say nothing of his substantial income. In appearance Gibson would strike one observer as a successful business man, anotheras bearing a marked re semblance to William J. Bryan. Mr. Gibson is no artist of the velvet coat, low collar, and long hair type, but a fetufdy, strenuous sort of person, mat ter of fact, sensible. He looks pros perous, and, happily, not all good artists are doomed to bare studio and starvation wage. He is still quite a young man, under •40. It is now about 20 years he has been making sketches for the public, and in this period he has spent con siderable time abroad for the purpose of study and observation. He first studied, I believe, at the Art league in New York, illustrated awhile for the periodicals, at 22 went to Paris to be under Julien. On his return to New York he advanced rapidly in his work as illustrator, and his creation of the graceful woman known as the Gibson girl made the young artist widely known. Mr. Gibson declares it a handicap in a career to be identi fied early with some, one character— as for instance Conan Doyle with Sherlock Holmes and himself with the | g i Gibson girl—but to the layman It does not seem such a heavy handicap. Of course Mr. Gibson desires to have appreciated the great body of his work that has nothing to do with the intruding Gibson girl. He has spent much time in the study of hu manity first hand, and there are few of the black-and-white artists that make better use of such study. His published books show he watches the passing show, and we refer to a few: London, as seen by C. D. Gibson; Pictures of People; The Education of Mr. Pipp; Americans; A Widow and Her Friends; The Social Ladder. In an interview with a representative of the New York Times, Mr. Gibson ex presses his views of the mistake made by artists that shut themselves away from life. He visits many capitalists, knows men and women. Political cartoons rather than so cial cartoons once drew Mr. Gibson, or rather were drawn by him; and the political satires were very good, too. But society now imposes itself on the artist, the publishers call this his line. Although, we should say he was in a position to more or less dictate his own field, a man that report credits with getting $1,000 a drawing. Re port also says that the Gibson girl built the attractive New York man sion in which the artist dwells. Sure ly, it is not just of him to belittle the girl. Do all successful men moralize on how easy is success? We are not in formed fully on this subject, but this is wnat Charles Dana Gibson says about the matter: “Good work is seldom unappreciated. It may be | only a few who do the applauding and I encouraging at nrst, or n may ut many. But good work is far too scarce to go unrecognized tor long, in my experience.” When inquiry was made concerning tales of artists who turn out work very rapidly and receive big returns, Gibson emphasized the fact that it | probably took a score of years to pre | pare the artist for his work and that I also many years had been spent in | gaining the requisite technical skill for the mechanical part of the work. Concerning his own methods he bore witness that sometimes a sketch might be many years in reaching com pletion, and said lie often had 40 draw ings going at once. To arrive at the isure touch of Gibson, the ability to give expression in the simplest of lines, must involve the expenditure of j no small amount of time—time spent In photographing on the mind the sub ject to be portrayed. When asked if American artists i j compare favorably with those of I Europe, Mr. Gibson declares there are ; none that excel a few of our own. He 1 finds the best models in this country, although he is forced to add that good i models are few and far between every where, just the ones dreamed of. : Also, with gentle satire, is added the fact that inspirational moments for i the artist are not on tap, there is no counting on periodical visits from the Imubo. ,, ELLEN THAYER. So meting. Somebody is out with a theory on bow to live forever. One benefit, if it could be worked,/would be the aboli , Tribune | V If You Haven't =. = investigated our grocery values, we would advise you to do so. There is wisdom in investigating bofore making your purchases. All wo ask is that you favor us with a call and give our values a moment consideration. Come and see us. Saturday Specials % Butter Best Creamery; none bettor at at any price lb • • » • Granulated Sugar MACKEREL—Fancy white shore |Cc mackerel, lb ... It) MACKEREL—Small Irish mack- lAc erel, lb.1£ EGGS—Small, western eggs, OOc dozen.£ £ EGGS — Strictly fresh country Afle eggs, dozen ... . vU LARD—Pure Loaf, the very finest, |Ac lb.I£ CORN—Fancy New York State, «c can.O PEAS—Early June, sifted, (Tic can. O SARDINES—Largo can, boneless, O Cc regular'price oOc . . . £ v BAKED BEANS— With tomatoe |fc sauce, 2-lb,can . . .V CATSUP—Quart bottle, rog. price ’Jc 10c.I Lea & Perrins VVorces tersliire Sauce, bot 31c Heinz Tomatoe Soup?, reg. price 18c 13c Rice—Fancy Japan Rice lb 5c Barley, Sago, Farina, I it Be Look Over this List of Appetizing Groceries You will surely find something to whet the appetite Russian Sardines, bot.10c Bismark Herring, can. ...25c Horse Radish, bottle.10c Celery Relish, bottle.10c Pickle Relish, bottle.... ,.. lOc Chili Sauce, bottle.10c Pepper Hash, bottle.lOc Maple Syrup, bot.-15-25c Pure Honey, bot.„.25c Pure Fruit Jams.15c Fancy Table Syrup, can... 1 Oc Fruit Preserves, 3-lb crock 5J5c Heinz Apple Butter, 3-lb crock.35c Heinz Pnre Currant Jelly, glass .. ..25c Hamburger Steak, can.... lOc Rsast Ribs of Beef... 15c Chicken Pate, can....T5c Chicken Tamale, can.15c Corn Beef Hash, can.10c Pickled Tongue, bot .f..... 1 Oc Pickled Mussels.10c Coffee Onr Blend The only blend of its kind in the city lb.19c Tea Qur Mixed Tea at the price is cer tainly a wonder, try it, lb.4<>c Baking Powder Perfection Brand A strictly pure Cream of Pastar Baking Powder, lb.[45c Coffee America’8 Best Mocha and Java, in one pound carton N only.HOc Kneip^Malt Goffee, pkg 25c Fig Prune Cereal, pkg 25c TRADING STAMP SPECIALS 20 Stamps • 130 Stamps 80 Stamps 80 Stamps with QE| with with f»f| with i bot of perfec t E i bag of Flour Owl i lb of Coffee i lb of mixed Tea OU tion Baking Powder-*W $1.00 in stamps with 2 loaves of Bread.10c 1.00 in stamps with 1 bottle of Salad Oil.. .20c 1.00 ,, „ x bot of Sunny side CatsplOc 1.00 ,, ,, 1 bot of Vinegar.lOc 1.00 ,, ,, 1 can of Fancy Peas_12c 1.00 ,, ,, 1 box of Starch..‘..18c 1.00 ,, „ 2 cakes of Scouring SoaplOc 2.00 in stamps with 1 bottle of Vanilla or Lemon flavoring_15c jSi.oo in stamps with 2 pkgs of Crackers-10c 1.00 in stamps with 1 bottle of Ammonia.. ■ 10c 1.00 ,, ,, 1 bottle of Blue........lOc 1.00 \ „ ,, 1 box of Ball Blue.08c 1.00 ,, ,, 2 cans of Milk...,.20c 1.00 ,, ,, 6 cakes k>f Soap.25c 1.00 „ ,, 2 boxes Shaker Salt.... 2Gc 3.00 in stamps with 2 pkgs of Soap Powder. 20c $2.00 in Stamps with 1 pkg. of Grandma’s Soap Powder 18c >> 129 SMITH STREET , I