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Tuesday, December 6, 1921.
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By EDGAR JEPCOM
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Thooo whs liva In VnatHiid know
,woil what climate la, but I had bol
iter roako olear what I nuar. by beiu
;ty. In common with most of tho
tri
h upon
r:Ot t'.-p
trieir eunrj
I aee t.".e i;i'.r hand of the mora-
a.ra qu!i- us lu.e.iy to have been writ
ten on the me ty-nrn of Dece nlr
aa on tru' twenty -firs', of June,
All the tn3 ' art ai d literaturo of
their oarnest consideration. I refuse tr.. wo,j has barn produced In th!
painters and aculptors and critics of
itoday who have given to the matter
to accept ouch dictionary definition
aa that tt la "a combination of quali
ttea, auch aa shape, proportion, color.
that delights the eight." or even to
(accept tha stricter metaphysical dsrtn
jltlon of that moFt modern philosopher
jOeorge S&r.tayana: "Beauty la pieaa
luro aa tha Quality of a thing." I do
not balleva that any great artist of beauty.
tany age would accept them. Ho would Sunlight and Warmth
Ider.jr that pleasure ts tha only emo- The great burgeoning! of beauty
.tlon. er tha whola emotlen r tha "' l5!" S""" warmer anu
belt. When enthusiastic pursuers of
the new come to me and tell me tha'
they have diweovered great art In the
ruinrd temploa of Tehuantepe; or on
the banks of the Cbargl. I am not
even politely Inrrcd ulcus. The bolt
Includes Ksrpt. a great prrt of China,
ilreeoe, Italy, France, England and
Japan. Kifty-flve diiaie-" are rath r
high, twenty-seven rather low, for
31 SS
Soar tVAPrr vjinds op im f
-ricm .
If
, really Impartant emotion awakened
by thing of beauty.
WerHd's Beauty Belt
ror aa, aa for all tha men
reman I knew who have given thought
to tha matter, a thing of beauty Is a
f.na and significant manifestation
tha Life Force which surprises and
thrills and stimulates. Always there
(s the element of surprise In tha emo
tion. Always It comes a-s a revelation
knd a stimulant. If It dees not, if tt
merely produces pleasure, however
charming and delightful It may bo, I
wilt not call tt beautiful.
Tha world haa Its beauty belt. The
mer equable ollmea. in lands whera
the wlr.ter lingers no longer than is.
needful to brace and tnylgorata, never'
long enough to dull tn Ureooo and
In Italy, In parts of China In which,
and the climate la equable, In equable Ja-'
pan. A certain physical easiness Is!
necessary to tha production of beauty;
tha flbrea must not be stiffened or'
of numbed by cold, or actually relaxed
by htat. In bodies enjoying this eaii-j
nass the ahaokles of the flesh bind
the spirit mere loosely; it functions'
men freely. In those bodiea tho ore-'
five imagination enjoys tha fulieet
piny and produces its fine and atlmu-!
latiny works. Also a great deal of
sunlight is necessary to the produc
tion of beauty; sunlight la tho exhila--rating
and stimulating ally of warmth.,
It la in tho warm and sunny lards.
that vau a-et tha auatalnad Affnrt of'
autirul things have bean produced the artist, an effort which has lasted!
In tho belt" "wklch runs from about over years and produoed such master-;
rwenty-seven to fifty-five degrees pieces as the Iliad, tho Odyssey, thel
north of tho Equator. Up to now no frieses of tho Parthenon, tho Theban
great work of art has been produced Trilogy, the Inferno, thoso Jade bowls
1n the corresponding beit south of tas or figures which tha artist haa wrought
Equator; but doubtless there is still to exquisite form by seven or ten;
iiope for South Australia, the south of .Vars- loving toll. There is no Oreek.
Bouth America, and Kouth Africa, or Latin, nr Italian lyrto as beautiful;
Even the most beautiful human be- as the finest English lyrics. Bat set
Kgs have been born and are born in tho Paradise Lost against the Odysasy
this belt! ail the beautiful women or tha Inferno, and it Is not of so sus
rhase names have sweetened tho aes talnod a level of beauty.
f-Semlramij, H:!en, Cleopatra, Oue- .
nevere, La G'oconda. Ninon de l'En- romtero
c!o mrera bern in this belt. Venus s,t tn Paintings of the groat Ttal
herse.f and Aehtartth were creatures 1"x" th paintings of tha North
pf orn painters and that (rracltmsneae
n.k. . K?.t a. . .i which corr.ea of the warmth and sun-'
light is yet more strongly marke4
Doubtlosa aeautiful women aro born There Is a graetouanoas of oolor and
bovo and te'.ow it in Scandinavia, pattern and idea la paintings by Lotn-
ct exampio. and Southern India. But .rdo. Botticelli, and Lulnl whioh ovtn
hy are never quite as beautiful as P.embrandt lacks; but no one could!
tho most beautiful woman born in it. say that Leonardo's "Virgin of tha
to tako faml'Jar instances, the bean- Racks" or BottloelM's "Venus Rising
fiful Irish glr's are of Southern Ire- from the Sea" aro a whit less sla-nlfl-
lsnd; tho beautiful Scts come to cant than Rembrandt's "Night
London yoans and stay there; the Watch." j
momen of the Argentine are mors Tho demand of Northern critic for!
fciiutifal than the women of Brazil. the primitive and tho crude, which I
If evr there does coir.e a great out- has been so clamorous and persistent
break of beauty in the United States of late yearn, is chiefly climatic; their
It will bo in Florida, or California, revolt against graclousness and dell-
But in England there are summer cvcy is tho product of tho rudex
Cays all the year round to rolax tho climes af Sagland an Nortkorn
jrj)iritt and the Hues; Frar.oa. " '
ptts in the heart of the turmoil; faced
them with tragedies that followed tn
the trail cf the Four Horsemen; set
a,bout to test their souls aa only a
master can test the inherent nature of
majx, and when the moment of "finis"
came, tt found these representatives
mortals quite ready to accept the sev
eral fates laid out for them, Metro's
screen version of "The Four Horsemen"
which opened last nifrht at tho Par hen
on theatre, is a production that equals,
if tt doesn't surpass, tha Ibanez book
It's characters are vivid, varied an 1
exact, Its settings marvels of achieve
ment and the production as a whole,
weila worthy of the author of "Th
Four Horsemen of tlie Apocalypse."
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Dr. de Kcrlor.
Dr. de Kerlor, - profession.iJ
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residence in Washington, during
the arms conference, to frive tia
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ment by the claim that he can ac
curately diagnose the immediate
future of Europe by giving Viviani,
Balfour, Kato and the other dele
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At their regular meeting at tho city
hall in Gary yesterday the Board of
Works adopted confirmatory resolutions
for the opening of the Indiana Dunes
highway, which when completed, will
form the Ehortest possible route be
tween Michigan City and Chicago via
Gary, according to recent surveys.
The highway will run almost in an
airline from Gary to Michigan City
and will be in the neighborhood of 2o
miles long. It will be constructed to
a width of 80 feet and will cost In the
neighborhood of a million dollars. The
proposed highway has been surveyed
by engineers of the State Highway
Commission which Is planing to adver
tise for bids during the coming winter
months.
The action of the board not only
confirms, the opening of the Dunes
Highway from the old town of Miller
to the Porter county line, but also
confirms the opening of the diagonal
road which is to parallel the Pennsyl
vania tracks from Clark station to the
IlufTington cement plant and Guthrie
avenue in Indiana Harbor.
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