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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

COAAIC bflftfetm SECTION 1 AN.D THE NEW YORK HERALD I-Vl 1 SUNDAY, MARCH U, 1U20. COI'VKHIHTKD ICVO, UV THE HUMIKHAMl COMim.VTIO:. I , v z , . : HE WON'T BITE OU IF 1 M . AROUND , - r .rja.. , 'w.! Ik 33' Sit ene mar tAS AUNT SARAH HAS A CAT AW HIS NAME IS TOPSY AN' ALL SOU HAFTA DO IS iA S-P-P a-P-V o-v-r AM' HE RUNS RlHT OVER. TO YOU NHATS HIS FIRST MAME t : THAT'5 HIS "7 SMHOLE MA ME. TOP5l A OZS UE ALU SOU HAFTA SAS 15 j SAS IT LOUDl, "UES TOPSY DoSoU V OR JUST 1 I WANTCHA DINNER AM EASJf, (HE'LL 5 AS MEOVMEOWj jfT x AN' THE OTHER KAY HE. oT HIS HEAD TT UCVC IN A CAM OF COCOA MOM WAS COOUhV OM THE WINDERSILL ftK HE COOLDM' 6fc T IT OTV AN' HE NA5 NfcAVU-i DfcOVMNV)t y s r. 5 V raw r nw v - ; SEE OUR CAT "TOKfAlt" HE ET EOOR BUUV- Do6S UP LAST MEEK ALL THE DoS ARE AFRAID TO COME PAST OUR HOUSE 1 T YoO SlEVER SAVsJ MS CAT 'TlER'" V4ELL SOU OU6HTA SEE THE OOP RON V4HEH HE EE'STlER" ! TER KILLED ABOUi A MLLOM U6L ALL RE AD i W UHC LE EORE HAS A CAT up VtsiTHE COUNTRS VWHAT HUMT5 BEA...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

. , . THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1020, PAGE THREE. 'gY g :- '"V. ff"1!, V 1 i ' ffl jTWEirSTV VEORS ? -1 i.i !,!! mnL iwi ' " lliL'i ii, mum mi' ' ' 1 1 &msS,mm' i i i nun i mi n i m n n m m l . 1 1 mrwmM HEV 2 HERE SMBBPH .CT-. I HOUSE vOtTH ME- JHRS BEEN TURNER VVEi. k?VoU(iD TO RLE F OR. YOU ; , , ' .Jl I IL nil IHtil I wjjawji Jilim imiu.aii.iir i

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

TITK SFX AT NEW YORK TTF" T T). ct-vT) innjj u 7oon PAGE FOT'Tl 7 xPOSEO BY Y THAT OLD PROFESSOR WAt SHIMMYING WITH TILL FOUR G. M. AVE ME THIS FOR A BILL! KEN OR SOMETHING- ANO SAID THAT IT5 MAMEWAS PERCV AND IT COULD 'DO ANYTHING- IP POSHED ITS PRQPER BUTTON. THI5 ISNT THE FIRST PERCY IVE HAD WISHED ON ME BUT IT MAY BE THE FIRST LIVE ONE. r .7 , , rl 1 1 . i I I 11 l'CL GIVE IT A HbHBARSAL BEFORE HAVING THE UANfTOR COME AND SET IT. PERCY. GO OUT AND HOLD UP SOME BRICKLAYER OR SHIP YARD WORKER AND BRING ME THE PROCEEDS Z ' Z 2 -Z. ALL SET 1 LETS GO? tTTi L SompRODV PINCH ME! AM I AWAKE OR IN NEWARK ? I HAVEN'T DREAMT ANVTHING- LIKE THS SINCE PROHIBITION ANNEXED MANHATTAN TO GREENWOOD 1 1 , n -TTTirMi DEARIE, WHERE DID YOU GET IT? WHAT IS IT , A CLOTHING MAUFACTURER? PERCY ,THE PROFITEER ! LET JVJE HAVE A TRIP. PERCY. GO OUT AND GET BUSY Pont push .so many buttons. MAYBUL'. t -;'," r4f". '.V.- 1 ... t ' 1 1,. t 'IP-! ' 'l'. ilia . . f fur ' 't I ZZ: TT1 jl HOORAY, HE'S ALMOST AS GOO...

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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

SECTION 6 8 PAGES tm AND NEW YORK HERALD Plays, Pictures .and Vaude ville Concerts Book f Reviews. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. CoPVriSht. mo. V Tht Bun-Rerald Corporation. Atlfe rftl ? ) I I J! 5Sr& Mr JteZXi M MISS MARlJORIE. AMBEAU ancC LOWELL SHERMAN IN "TJe SI&N ON Te DOOR.! 2EPUBLIC' Mr. Barry move's Richadl Suggestive of His Future By LAWRENCE REAMER. IT would not be possible alter his. Interesting experiment as Richard III. in the Plymouth Theatre the other night to say that John Bnrrynioro Is a tragedian by main force. He is an uncommonly intelligent and graceful actor in this role, moving in sp'tc or the reputed impediment in gait with plasticity, posing gracefully ant', reflec-ng vividly almost all the phases of theTiateful monarch. AH his majesty's craft and venom, all the 'unscrupulous ambition and relentless cruelty are in Mr. Rarryuiore's performance, even If the greatest "igornnd physical power are not suggested. The scenes which are com monly accounted ...

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

tH'' ' THE 'SUN AND NEW YORK" HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH "Manon" and Its Revival; Music Critics and Recitals Br W. J. HENDERSON. a B ta jwn of Terr grand opera A drags It etnnotts length along the broad highway of art tne un cartlian obserrer la likely to dwell with aome wonder on lta char. actar. Wo hare beard ranch of "Pagllacd" and the ever faithful works of PocdnL "Tho Prophet" and the thS aerlona material of the season. however, seemed to give more plearoro to most operagoera man uio pro duction of the more ponderous works. The restoration of the Cours de la Rdne acene doubtless Interested many persons. But there 1b reason restoration. The ordinary operagoer, to be snre. cares nothing at all abpat the story of an opera. At any rate be doca not concern himself with details or with logical connection of the dramatic Incidents. But eome operagoers do giro consideration to these matters, and they should not be Ignored merely because others do not. Mnnn Learnt was not a Dartlcularly esti...

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Page 61 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. 8 MANY STARS IN SCREEN PLA YS, WITH AN IRISH FROLIC ADDED t N honor of Bt Patrick's day this will J bt "Irish Wk" at tho Capitol Theatre QmIIo festival under the titte "X Bit of Blarney will bo pre. sentd, with th Gold Medal Dance ro, whlla Mica Lily Mesg-her will lne Cel tla numbers and a band of plpsrs led by the Milton Brothers will play old Irish tones. Miss Eileen Curran will ship In OoUa Tho featuro film will bo "My Lady's Garter," Maurice Tournour's pro ductlon nyulo from the late Jncquen Futrelle'n novel by Lloyd Loncrcan. Vyndll!tm Standing. Miss Sylvia Dreamer and Holmos 13. Horbcrt aro In the cast. Charles nay In "Alarm Clock Andy," Paramount-Artcraft picture, wilt bo at tho nivoll, reverting to his favorite role of a bashful country swain. The story and scenario nro by Miss Apnea Justine Johnson. Jcromo Storm was the director and Thoman.H. Inco supervised the production. Harold Lloyd'n latest comedy "Haunted Spooks," T...

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Page 62 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE STJX AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14f 1920. 6 U I iW 3T-Ji at: 13 SET . C"4P St !eni.ii 13.1 rn mu at EI 2S0OKL73T XZZAT22S. HAT,7V -3C7- csszissr U i ul -rii tj- vita I i.TtTi to V'r" Tar I ipsd t TLi till I iril 7 ;inK 1 frTi - ti-V. rr. j fc 3Vtch. lUiii. S?.l;- I Zz iXtnxrku mrSt Ittm Tw- I uui Grssia. zd Z twi ur li- ' Stsu Si tit . si tx -pxcffit-aA." I lit ?i3r I 7 4S X JCjj 4t 12 iiTt S? 7 m iijeit taws. lUr Oaxzx. wit irr. ;rtw, j rT fTianaj T.llHW." W-T SIlBHi'll CtirtX Hi ' vim SCtewt Tm JUtra Irv3T f '! i.v crt Hrmc Km K-C7 7 Mrm taH. yfcvw n;-ra-i; I'x-rf. tC it ;cti . r ,4,, cs.-ti rii-. -.r-.r Ul. ittT-StT S?, "rrt a.-, Via - u . 3-Y Witt l lArt. ra' astKJ.-T t -TT" fair S Sfc W: .v t- .. . . Ksrtuft. -rfj. zm 4-vwt itn'c;ircvTC i AM15EMEXT& AMUSEMENTS. f AMC5CMEMS su& roc n Sm 4SwBtrtvsf "it 7i Cu-2!r-i.' MT.; tettiHrtr Tit -ojt MinU m TLz-r. iit ti town v. t n- 1; it nit' TZtmvi Tfcesr irA ttn. vs-n. -rC rati i Tia.Ji 11 -? 4i iC 1: "irt J . 'vwa: ...

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Page 63 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUIT 'AND NEW YORK" HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 192ft Orchestral Music on Week's Programme Conttnutd from Btotmd Paga. cirt cm April 1. Thrso groups will mike up thla Easter list, the second of which will be devoted to Perllhou's "Bulte Krancnlse." Included with claalo numbers by Orlando dl Lasso, Haydn, ralirtr)na, Vlttorla and Bach, which comprise the first group, will be Parktr'a "jow Sinks the Golden Bun," a me morial to the dead composer. Old French sons arranged by Qevnert, three folk songs by Brahms and Kurt frhlndler's arrangement of the Yiddish "Ell, Ell" are Joined to a repetition, hv request, of Bantock'a "The Death Croon." . Arrangements have been made for eight Tuesday evontng concerts by the Philadelphia Orchestra In Carnegie Hall nut season, on Oct. 26, Nov. 0, Nov. 30, Xhc 21, Jan. 4, Feb. 8, .March 8 and April I The series for this season, re t''i' closed, consisted of five concerts. Tier ynu are, budding American mu iirhn. home grown and home trained. If nu have ...

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Page 64 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

6 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, 3IABCH 14, 1920. Of National Import B&fo nHdk ere a mdsUsa ef ivsinssi itaex era itxoa in psj Hditosl Mt, f LEONARD WOOD: A Biography by Eric Fisher Wood Kvj?i axtia vs-tko, Iafaa Ts&tJct. CsSsod ef ti Eeafja Ejtn .3 tbt Sga-.tih& Vij-, a Gun-ax c 0a tzA tit Pifi?;fc, M it J-ireri iai cvTi-.'Atr -f TtxrAvn 2ickt&, lie eresicr Anota.-Ji.a, lrt rs-wrSJf Itr t& - tats. A fKrr7-t WMft, trse ta tit "wa te5ia cf Asst-rata. JCrtJUW THE NAVY AND THE NATION Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the Navy Edited trith an Introduction by John Wilbur Jenkins - A yrxjt tw-kc i'.? Hut "iizrft rvsvri rti Claef. -rini n hrn n vt.s vt 5o2 i eyrrriii u ve3 ji 13 exxczsiie, aicre iS & fta. J-.rxrxxzJ' VzJ&itspLo. Ltijer. 'et,J2-W FRONTIERS OF FREEDOM S'rtrfnn D. Baker. Secretary of War OvsTA-za is.'. ccjt err437 Eti.er'i Jfciirma is tib tacita ca3 1 , Izrjsz. br. i-i lix'oJiti rzhr-.tca it&rm& before ti Stzujt Ctcr-xrat-e. jt cf rfcaVu...

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Page 65 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW" YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 19g0. SPRING FICTION ,( Brilliant First Novel THE STORY OF A NEW ZEALAND RIVER By JANE MANDElt Cloth, $1.75 A vivid, human and convincing tale of life at an Isolated lumber camp In New Zealand. A double love-story groatly enhances tho in terest of the book. An International Suecest THE SILENCE OF COLONEL BRAMBLE By ANDRE MAUROIS Cloth, $1.25 This book has run through sev enteen editions in tho original French. It is an extremely amus ing account of an English regi mental Mess by a young French officer who was attached as an interpreter. AND 1920's "Best Seller" THE HOUSE OF BALTAZAR By WILLIAM J. LOCKE Author of "The Rough The Btlored 60th thousand. Road." Vagabond," tie., Cloth, $1.90 "A novel worthy to rank with William J. Locke's best is 'The Houso of Baltazar.' This novel has in it tho same ingratiating qualities that mado 'The Beloved Vagabond' and The Morals of Marcus Or dovno' literary gems of extraordinary brilliancy." Philadel...

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Page 66 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

8 9 . rm 5TTN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MAHCH U, M Busy Bees Give Lakewood Promise of Early Spring Mr. Charles Nichols Finda Uivofl Humming Annual Visitors Arriving Lakxwood, N. J., March IS. Cllmatla conditions to the contrary not withstand In, Mr. ClinrlM Nichols, a rular, o Joumer at the laurel In the rines and one Interested In nature study, predicts an oarly sprlnir. Ho found the apiary at the Laurel In tho Pines as busy as the proverbial hive, and on the strength cf this he la almort ready to lay aeldo hli fur coat for a ralm reach outfit. Ho Is certain that his forecast will be correct If only the weather man will perform hlB part. ....... The resort Is at the threshold of Its print season and many persona who lire wont to spend sprint: here returned this week. Mrs. Benjamin Harrison and Miss llarrlnon of Indianapolis arrived nt the Laurel In the Pines to remain until May. I.ndy Katon of Toronto, Mr. Mid Mrs. Alfon rtarlno and Mr. Hntl Mr Campbell Nelles of Montreal. Mr. n...

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Page 67 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

1 T AND THE NEWTORK HERALD SECTION SEVEN new York, Sunday, march 14, 1920 cwvhom, mo. vTh9B-itM adoration. EIGHT PAGES. Bowery Is Rolling in Wealth, Dav of Down-and-Outer Gone Bread Lines Abandoned, Missions Get Fewer Ap peals for Help and Saloons Pass Into Other Busi nessProhibitionists Report Decreases in Dis ease and Crime, Quoting Official Figures HI 1 I liW M l i W Wi ' illli M i" (S) y IKA HILL COMMANDER. EVANGELINE BOOTH 0 (he SALVATION fRMY t DAUGHTER 0 -tie FOUNDER FOR a close up view of what prohibition has already done you must go to the Bowery. Other localities show changes empty stores on corner slteu with the front door locked, the old signs of beer and whiskey falling Into decay or removed, and every other mark of glory departed hut thpse rusty evidences are nowhere so plentiful as down there. ft everybody knows, the Bowry la the refuge of every man who finds himself from whatever cause penniless, homeless ana friendless; It Is the ultimate refuge of the down and oute...

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Page 68 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. 2 Rush of Aliens Home Puzzling Labor Men Flood of 800,000 Annually Into This Country Turned Into Net Decrease of 30,000 Yearly in Foreign Born' Population Capt. Evans's Story of the Dover Patrol - Plan to Build Memorial Overlooking New York Bay Brings to Mind Most Thril ling Sea Fight of the Great War The proposal to erect a memorial shaft on a commanding site on Staten Island to the men of the Dover Patrol, renews interest in the work done by that service during the Great War. Many Amricans helped the British to keep the English Channel clear of German submarines and destroyers. In addition to the mine barrage at the entrance to the North Sea there was kept a constant patrol of destroyers, armed trawlers and swift motor craft. The American contribution included destroyers and armed yachts. Many clashes were had with desperate German sorties to bombard the unarmed English coast towns. One of the most thrilling of the war was the b...

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Page 69 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

Japanese IO0IS V ICDOU. 7 THF OIRAN MOHA.KA 6yTOR) KlYONODU I. By HERBERT GORMAN. LAST October In Japan a sinRle liet of pappr with the design of a woman st&mpod upon It with wooden blocks was auctioned for 7,200 yen. In United Ptates money this would approximately total $3,600. At the amc sale another sheet of paper went for 6.000 yen. or $3,000. Those prices serve In some measure to show the tremendous advance in value that the Japan sp print ban undenrono in the last decade, fnr the first mentioned sheet was the print nf a woman on a silver lnckpround by I'tam.iro. The second one was the design nf an actor's head by Sharaku. Only a few weeks ko at the American Art Gal leries the famous print collection of Arthur luvlson ricke was sold for more than SK0 (inn. Anion? the hlsh prices brought was $2,400 for a pillar print by Toyonobu, $1,376 "ir a KlyonnKa, $1,150 for a Shuncho triptych nnd $1.0BO for a head by Sharaku. These prints would in all probability havo brought less than...

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Page 70 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

Forgotten AMCRICA U CROSS QCAL rHOTO V JTWr jHSRaHHKA V Claims That Yielding to Serbian Sovereignty Was Effected by Duress Mr. Dix, who is secretary of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, formerly an editor and author, has recently been honored by King Nicholas of Montenegro by being decorated with the Grand Cross of the Order of Danilo I. for his services as its representative in the United States. He accepted these duties and responsibilities with the approval of President Wilson and Secretary of State Lansing because of his admiration (or the struggle for existence of the small and oppressed country and Aa desire to aid it in its time of need. By WILLIAM FREDERICK DIX. Royal Consul-General of Montenegro in New York, Charge d'Affairei Montene grin Legation in Washington. WHY la It that heroic little Monte negro, who, on August 9, 1914, flung her entire nrmy of 45,000 men against the Austrians, fighting gal lantly In defence of her own country and aiding the Serbian retr...

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Page 71 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

IHE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920, Women Politicians Busy Running Presidential Booms Important Change in Campaigns of General Wood, Senator John son and Governor Lowden Largely in Hands of New, Eager Voters By MARTHA COMAN. HAVING won their spurs In club and social contests, women nro now ad vancing to the more Important arena of practical politics. In recognition of their achievements a picked low have been appointed campaign directors for tho candi dates who thus enrly in tho battlo have de clared their willingness to run on a ticket, If the voters will accept them as aspirants for. the Presidential chair. The woman campaign manager Is not en tirely new, but the woman campaign dl-p-i'tnr of a Presidential aspirant Is decid edly novel. Her appointment to office Is n.'thiT acknowledgment of tho significant I .11 e she Is to occupy already occupies In uonal affairs. Ilach of the three men openly making a hid for the Presidential nomination, Gov. I'rink O. Lowden of ...

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Page 72 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. Native Drama Gaining by Women Writing Plays Fully a Score Are Successful and They Portray Life More Humanly and Pleas antly Than Men OUR native drama Is going tn he devel oped. Any doubts. thnt its Improve ment la ahead of us wero dissipated when women took to writing for the stage. Women playwrights are not yet so numerous, but a good score lmvo established u standing In the theatre by the production of one or moro plays nnd some have more than proved their ability to write as well as men play wrights, In every generation since the Restoration there has been nt least one woman dramatist, but the period, long as It la from Aphra Helm to Madeleine Lttcette, does not show them prolific.. To confine attention to America until the first docade of the twentieth cen tury, tho nppearance of the fcx in this field was sporadic. But in this decade they have bloomed. Enumerate a few of the well known! Rachel Crothers. Margaret Mayo. Clare Ku...

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Page 73 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND KBW TOSS HEEA1D, SUNDAY, M&ROH M, 1620. Paris Club k-?w 'i , f J ' 't'Zi for Women From U.S.A. Provision Made for Rush of Visitors of Whom Many Will Be Gold Star Mothers of Heroes By STERLING HEILIG. Paris, March 1, 1920. THEY nrrlvo, forerunners of tho com ing tourist tidal wave American women of tho usual tourist cate Ffirlfs, and tho new, the followers In buddy's footsteps and the visitors to soldiers graves. They aro as likely as not to arrlw In Paris after dnrk, according to the vagaries of the boat train, a little shaky on their land legs and disconcerted from tho wrestle with their baggage and their first glimpse of strange, babbling Paris. They are fortu nate, Indeed, If they aro booked for the American Women's Club, that new, Illus trious and Important institution. Tho Amer ican Ambassador's wlfo Is honorary presi dent. This club Is organized to answer every thing It is situated In tho rormcr bar room of the former Hotel St. Petersburg, which was on of the g...

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Page 74 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

8 Going to Safe in Sailors' Island, Men of Laugh at ARB we nation of seafarers? Cnn we reestablish a real American mer chant marlnn with American Bailors as well as American ships? Or must we operate our war built fleets with men of other countries? And why7 The United States Shipping Board Is hav ing difficulty In manning its new vessels ns they leave tho yards. It In oponlns schools for teaching young America how to carry the Stars and Stripes over tho Sewn Seas. But It seems our young men must be coaxed to take to tho llfo on the ocean wave. Working conditions on American ships aro moro attractlvo than they have ovor been and moro than thoso of any other nation. Is there, then, no moro adventure In us has tho call of tho salt winds no answer In our blood?. Whero Is the old spirit of that "etern and rockbound" New England coast and tho spirit of old .Vow Orleans? Where aro tho men of the old sailing ships the sturdy old frelghteis and whalers? We went to And them and to ask ques U...

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