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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, . SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, fttfc MISS LAWRENCE HAS A DUAL PERSONALITY tM tJwemit f fTTUf. . .! 1.1 flJ , aiuug on wie stage, yuite Another as Mrs. urson jj. Munn and Mother of Two LINCOLN IN PICTURES FOR. AMERICANIZATION ways Littte Girls. 1 "tea Wtagarot T wwiio ybo ta co- tarrtng with WaBaco Ed-lnger In nvreddlns Bens la tho Harris The Ktro, g one person, and tho Margaret Lawrence who steps over the threahpld f her homo In Park avenue as the wife of Orson D. Munn and the mother of two Httlo Mnnn daughters U another. In tho opinion of the actress herself these two women are her two selves two, distinct personalities who have little In common and who heartily din-1 approve of each other. -That makes It really Interesting. Until last week tho writer had known only tho Miss Lawrence of "Wculdlnir Bella." Then came an In vitation to the Munn home, and tho transition which tho comcdlenno un dergoes when tho theatre Is left behind was witnessed first hand. Tho Im ...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

12 Miss Cahill on Vaudeville Stage Mis? Itoso CogMan Another at tho Palace In Other Theatres. Msa Marie CaMO. eSnzer of popular ones, will flvo a recital or now ni old nil. InUraper&ed with chatter, a tho leading act ftt tho Talaco thta weefc Silas Bollo Baker will remain second week Ith nt touts. Iloacoe Alia, with Mlas Mldfle Miller and hla Jail band, will present ragtime ond dancing; "A Trip to Hltland" will be the musical revue, with ten composers, Including Nat Vincent, JIaloey Mohr. Dernle Groiu man. Billy BaaketU, BlUy Frtoch, Sam IChrllch, VTUliam Donaldson. Bobby Jonea, Otis Spencer and Jimmy Brown. Mlas Iloae Coghlan will present a resume of her past successes under tho title of "Forget Me Not"' Farr and Farland. Krants and la Salle, Demarcat nd Collctte and the Magloys will com plete the bill. On the programme at other Taodevllle theatres are: MVKIlSlDfWoacph E. Howard and Sllsa Ethelyn Clark In "Chin Toy," a musical romance; Miss 8ophle Tucker end her Klnga of Syncop...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

. 3 THE SUN ANDV NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1M0. ( MV X AT 7 ' a Tr T - a x T ' M-nn A O - 1 MCSSO AH9 COHCZKTS. win AMIKHAIM UrcKAo 0'mm0mm t "" ' ' i. i -in. i ...nil i.ii.iiiimi . ill ,mm... iiib.iiii ! ! I ,ii iiiiwm III! I 'Cleopatra's Night,' 'Noma' and Hip Van Winkle' Discussed.. Opera at the Lexington. Mm 337 Thais," with Mlas Garden. ilcKsrf. Fontaine, Dufracne and Huberdeau. Mr. TTirmlr. conducL Tucsdar "Lndi dl Laiainermoor. witi Stoe. GsJU-CtzrcL Messrs. Dolcl and RtealnL Wedntsday Il Tabarro," -oor Angelica," "GlanrU Schlocki." with Miss Gall. Messrs. Johnson and Galeffi: Sliss Haifa; Miss Herbert Messrs. Johnson and Galeffi Thursday (matinee) IEUtSr D'Amore." with Miss Macbeth. Messra. Bond and Rimini. Evtn lns "Herodlade." with Mmes. Gall and D'Alvares, Messrs. CSalllvan and Ma-ruenaL Friday "Hamlet." rlth Mmes. Mac beth and Van Gordon. Mr. RuSo. Mr. Charlier trill conduct Saturday (matinee) "Don Pas quale," with Mine. Galll-Carcl and Mr. Trevlsan. Mr. Marlm...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

1' TfflrWN AND NEW. YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBltUARY 8, f ffe 7 S H4L ... CdNCERTS AND RECITALS IN HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS Continued from PrteeMng Page. afternoon. Amour the selcetkma ta Ms profrorrime are wonooi mxa-im. iut una u iuuj. At the fourth concert of the Friends .f Mutln hl iftmoon at tb IUt Carlton Arthur Rubinstein will pUr modern piano compositions uy aiypi- nowekl, Aitienix, rouiena, jurat, cm- vlmVv nnil T ValU. Two comoosltiODS in the list by Do F&lla will bo played from manuscript. The second of the Sunday ertntas series of concerU by 6 Chicago Opera Company will take place at uie Hippo drome to-night Mme. Oalll-Curcl will be the eolout The sopranOa princi pal number will be the mad scene from "Lucia" with flute tfttiteato. Tne or rbestra will plar & selection of four riftis called "Sicilian Impressiona" ty Olno Marinuzd. who will be the con ductor of the evcnlnz. TXtpvt EWlatoa, barytone, to-morrow to Aeolian, Hall wtU slnr air from IS am son" and the "Messia...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

! ... .V.'- u ' ' V" COMIC SECTION AND THE NEW YORK HERALD SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1920. COiTRIIlHTKD 1920. UK TIIE JSUH-MHKJILU COWiMUTIO. TERRIBLE OifJil IcvlEM TWE tOU KH " f AMD DOM'T II 11 MAMMA. . . NHv 5EVE4fTABUE In 1 1 I ET SPoT ON OWE kaXXB FR6ET WHAT J lLJ 7 WQk Mfcfc HE ? kri (, OUT OF BAHiK AMMvH fSrl'f t csg 1. -." - ' ' Jr' t . ' DARN4 IT HAD TO'O AKiB SPILL SOME ON THE. TABLE CLOTH I BETTER BUB THESE TVMO SPOTS NTO ONE THSN IT V41L.L OKWX tit- A. HVC.Vf.EL. .VfS ( I M l vf M THE TAbLt mSr OOSiUTHVNi'AH StWti PfVrVyBL ! Ho . )i 1 W' CLOTH TEN WSy iHOUtHT i 1 dET MOME( ffiSHBESS NrTfeBfA f ,f BRX BP CFFULTHEf FOOUM'J AV4 - I VUSHT HAD lgKng Mf HAFTA "-v vnant A & pHHpP ( PA VsJE CENTS y..;. ' f MX BREAKFAST- AMTHN6 a, OfS LBl . FOR EMERJ ONATRArTHjS (ToVEEP f 11 1 Hfl f

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

Ip $1 ""T?n"rV', "' i (r,;""' ; '"' ' TWO. , , . , SUNDAY. TEBTITTARY 8. 1020. & If' ' ' I j g)Qii1o- Whahley X j &" I f f Fofc THESE 15 Jo . ' " s 71 1 i -1 , Tty fffWf 1 I hurts ay Ipcauty wHeeetHe I Y said Head vith woULo1 T wov pto OF my , r3JH; "7j? I TbP,Htw5. HT T YEQeTaTE A , LET ME SEE s"2 ! ' SJBE BE (jlAD, Joo j 1 TJ V 1 ' I ' A oiE L . . J i I ' r - n"- ITT -- i .ii 1 1 ri I rl 2gS-Jjf,!te 1 lOr" f lift - P 1 1 mvBkaci I il ai1 JSI- A oXiu J 1 . sp- fep' I

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

ffC? STOPAY, FEBHTTARY 8, 1920. PAGE THItEIS. f I rf 1 M mm mr.cruco, JWHR1 fl BIG" IS it THfi Mnu or . HRV Art R&0 haves, or "The E.RRYH j 4 I k Qnu i j . ' j ' '" '" " . 57 " "Tr fHURR. UP MR. CRUCO FOR 0U I 1 I -1 1- '. ? i ma. R BIRD - UP L . I mm AY (1UOUT15! YOU L00L. CRLlCO cm A i uir i , i -Mi mvvTr if ii i-i i"- f V ...Sfci. T .V '1. :,! , x LUtT7 lliri Xlmm71S' ll ' 7 . r Ib'l 1 I "V V r I ( L i 1 1 ... 1. 1 1 " ' I Mm l'ViNi)WM WITH fl POOLE.i 1 M "V2 "DoHT w iT j nra.CRLtco tHRl' (3ISD Look,,? Llkfl J fl RD onlfe to net ( p Ht uoo:s LIKE R SM""'' J' ' rrjagflSiHa. .mmZ- J I m i i . , ,J WOW i MR. CRLlCO HPS FRLL&N OPP: VJHflt 5HRLL we i K.HeW he'd UCOSE HiS 6RURrCE look! THE , CHicucri V w WII 4 HIM I I 1 ' Iff ! 4 HtS IK hiSTI reoAsn chckN vyhry we PfiM FOR EGGS DOWN ri QOOOLE LRnip HE -US-f QU1T1 nvin'in Hm& top Rrv nll'S G-Oht In. TH BUSIPSES'yi HEr r i mi. I'm i urn 1 11 it 1 1 ii ii i in H ih b wfc mi iiiM'iii ttmiWM iiiiiit i i i . . j6Wr.' .a,.. .a.M'A...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

PAGE FOUF SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1020. . - ..I - . : ' 1 i,cot i am nnwN AT ATLANTIC CITY IN MV OWN COTTAGE AWAY FROM ALU GIRLS AND OTHER PESTS AND WITH PERCY THE MECHMNIblYl fYlMlN ru t2.rVjlUT rJ I "ion nmncm BY PRESSING- A BUTTON LET'5 SEE, WHAT DO I WANT? I THINK I'D LIKE A-PEACH PERCY, iZrZrZ BRING ME A neAru r? r i i . : . . . it' 1 J r .. ;i i i x 1 If. ' (I. II II THIS IS THE LIFE, I'ta. TELL THE WHOLE WORLD! IF THAT THING BRINGS ME BACK A PEACH I'LL tUST SIT HERE AND WANT. DARN rrflTtgl THINK UP THINGS THAT GIRLS ANYHOW! J- op i in ii ii i A PEACH? THE VAMPLETJ nu MISTER SMITH -dJMMIE! J -THIS THING JUST GRABBED ME AND BROUGHT ME HERB; U ARENT YOO SURPRISED ? F i rit-f"t VTi CMMS9fl l ill Jlil" " 4 CANT I GETAWAY FROM 4 , j , 'em anywheres? ain't i : ' THERE ANY ESCAPE? " f I iE; f 'fr- TiJ r 1.1 i'JyjM O, DEAR ; I p WHAT??? A LOBSTER! I EL . .-7, v r 4 wmrrmi say, if you could catch-ivie. and t r iWrS BR,N& ME HERE, YOU CAN CATCH HIM " -J: LAY OFF OF WE, YOU FOOL FISH - l...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

tin AND NEW YORK HERALD V SECTION 5 EIGHT PAGES NEW YORK. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1920. ''opvriffAr. n& ,1u Itmt'd rrMMtfwi. PICTORIAL SECTION "5t ST ( ..m..T.bii'rtn Lieut. Laurens M. Ham ilton, grandson of the late J. Pierpont Morejan, who recently wedded Mrs. Gertrude Warren. ('(liyriKlil. K;ult-I & llf-rlx-rt 1 Czechs march behind the Stars and Stripes in a Socialist demonstration in Prague. Copyright. Underwood & Underwood. Mrs. Joseph E. Widener and her daugh ter Fifi, who. having eloped, is now Mrs.' Carter R. Leidy. rhntu hv Inteni.i'lnnai ' - Zero weather fails to discourage this New Yorker, who must have his daily dip. I'hoto liy International. The Fifth avenue traffic cop's new perch, made necessary by the avenue becoming a one way street. Copyright. KwM & flrrlx-rl. r . .1 . f

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. 7 '-'",1iiuft,M,,,J hi' v -.IT - 4 V 1 4$ ft' r-.r The Wclleslcy College annual winter carnival this year was better than ever. The toboggan enthusiasts pictured here are (left to right) the Misses Maud Ludington. '21 : Elizabeth Man chester, '20: Mary Hankinson, '22. and Catherine McReynolds, 22. - " """"" . I'hoto International. fir m fir - 1 i4l re. j -. Ten of these merry girls were injured recently when their favorite bobsled the Greyhound, crashed into a tree at the Hunt ington, L. I., coasting carnival. No one was killed, though one young woman may lose the sight of one eye. riioto, intern.) iionai. m is m 5 Below Lady Bcatty, daughter of the late Marshall Field of Chicago, with her husband. Lord Beatty, at a meet of the Baggrave Hall hunt in England Ci.pyriKht. K:ulel A Itcr-lx-rt. 4 Above Skijoring, A ffjiw l puyuiai lit nit; bL I iwiss winter resorts, fft) was a welcome addition to the Wellesley carnival j held recentl...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920 0 1 'vt v: 1 'm0Sfm uV--Lf J? - ' the Winter in the & MSS "" . .jLijH . VXJEtVftMr . . . Ill J fll ,--n i thi , r TT r-rvn iMT 'rri ffil I v - - . i oeacn Kesorts mkshh mNMHHffH JIT n Mrs. Gurnce Mur.n here with , AcHHlJVII jf ' u BmiiiHiiiiHH the Maurctania. She will visit her nartnt Mr -,n r MA! 1H I JK HiiiiiiiH V II II Lady Decies, formerly Miss Vivien Gould, who arrived on the Maurctania. She will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George J. Gould. Photo IntemaUowJ.

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

F Mrs. Ben AH Haggin at her makeup table in a dressing room at the Princess Theatre. She appeared as a dancer in "What Next?" Proceeds of the performances went to the Girls Protective League and the New York Protective Association. Copyright. Oatral News Mrs. Joseph B. Thomas, who had a prominent part in "The Importance of Being Earnest," the Oscar Wilde comedy given at the Hudson Theatre to aid the Milk for Chil dren and Russian Relief funds. Miss Beatrice Byrne as the Spirit of Dreams and May Leslie as a helper in "What Next?" in their dress ing room at the Princess. Copyright, Kiiyxtunc View. 1 Miss Suzanne Pierson. one of the debutantes who appeared in "What Next?" at the Princess Theatre. She made a charming Buttons C.pyrwht. K'-ystonc Vlfw. Miss Elise Everett and Miss Cath erine Oakcy chatting about the de tails of "What Next?" in the Prin cess Theatre. v,nv isht. K-ytonc v.cw. THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERA S3 PROMINENT MEMBERS OF BY AMAT Thuu.-). y: EURi lj P? Miss Virginia in th...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

rity l it i i II niioa uuiuuiy inyiui, aiiuwii iicic ill ncr udiici cusiumc II r II for Coppcha, was an important addition to the cast. HHOBHHBba "Stf: .HI II II iiMi'nHHk m 11 11 iiiMiimwiniiii 'i in i i 1 ' !! t I ll I II III 111 m W'ViWP3Bffi. I flW f BH9MHKS3tt& 1 wnSR'':'! i fHHHH ' ll I I Mi 1 1 W r MliU ii Wi 'BMMiiHWM for parts in "What HmBHHHIHHIH A 4 "MBTaMMMMMMMUJMMMMMM.L-- Vfr.-iy who sola programmes at the liuu- ' 1 iUIldS. 1'hulu.Mun-USillcox. -Miss Ada Heinze, who appeared as Indian Doll in the ballet "Coppelia" given by the Spence School alumnae for charity." 0lirl:lr. lnderwiil& t'nitt'rwiiwl.- I - I

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

1 rw.RttlTARY 8, 1920. I " Princess Xenia dc Waldcck, a Rus sian refugee who has just arrived from Paris on her way to Miami for the win ter. Her father, hiding from the Bol sheviki at home, writes to her that sugar is $40 a pound, butter $75, and herrings sell for $5 each. l'hoto, Central News. Sbephuhi Knapp Son Cotim. 30-41 West 23p Street Special! BEDROOM SUITE Special! 7 PIECES LOUIS XVI. $IC9.50 ANT QUE IVORY ' TTwfci Low operating expenses ami advantageous wholesale con nections enable us to stV lower than nthrr. A comparison wilt convince von. ESTABLISHED 1857 SVPERFLBOVS HAIR Pcmancatl; Paklcailr' Rcsbotcw .ll.iw1 nil. f.M. I wn In ...... v sixteen needle, at one haw, I , according to your cite, lav possible to tear. I make ' each face a special study. ETHEL MICHELSTETTER, 81 ITK Ml. M WKIT !U ST. 4 I'liuni- Vamt-rhllt 1111. The Perfect Flesh Reducer Blanche Ami, Jfeted Opera Stmrrr. Takes Off it Um. by Drtaklax: Tea Prepared from Javanese Herba NO DRL'tiK NOT IN JURIOUS TO...

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8,1922 Telephone Greeley 2400 'fc " tii71"' iifeL!Jii " I I 5 1 Lamps and Shades rf 20 to 507 discount Shield lamps of unusual design with distinctive shades are quite the ordinary thing at Ovington's. Table lamps of charm and dis tinction and good value, too, are to be had in the February Sale. JL Wrought iron lamps of many sizes and designs are included in the February Side of Ovinglon lamps. CHOSEN for their beau ty of line, the crafts manship of their making and for the solid worth of their materials, Ovington lamps have always enjoy ed high public regard. For they are the kind of lamps you will meet only in well-decorated homes. It seems out of place to speak of their prices, for more important than their price is their charm and their quality. But because you have the opportunity to purchase them at dis counts of from 10 to 50 does not lower quality nor subtract from their distinction. Isn't there a spot in your home where a little...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

! J rnlMTAPV 8. 1920. THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1920. gHMALUNSONS PUSSY WILLOW M ALU NSON'S INDESTRUCTIBLE VOILE rl L "" " ' ' i i.i. .i i i ii IE IMALUNSONS DEW-FUST MALUNSONS KUMSl-KUMSA MAtU NSON'S DREAM CREPE Chauffeurs' Outfits Specially Priced Suit, Overcoat and Cap to Match With good fabrics scarcer than ever, there it but one road to satisfac tion in Motor Apparel, and that is Quality. In one particula Outfit, of hne dark gray all-wool whipcord, we offer, con sidering conditions, the very limit of good value in chauffeurs' apparel at a moderate price. Other outfits, in wide variety, at higher prices, and equally desirable. BROADWAY AT 49th STREET f&; INCENSE SET (pu $1 Set coniitra of burner, on pactage of in. crow arxl canpkt: instructioai tor using. Price, ptr let, complete. $t. (Price of incense only: Medium tut ' 50c- large the Wc,) "Aequslntance Picket" Free. On sale in our Perfumery Department, or forwarded by parcel Prt, prepaid, upon receip...

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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

t $mX AND NEW YORK HERALD NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1920. SECTION SIX TWELVE PAGES .NVU York, N. y. Distressful Country in a A SEASON .f books about Ireland list- hcguu !it nn cpportuneUme Sinco Milc-iu- ahuo-t, the moment of in cited int'n -f in Ireland's affairs 1ms al ways been now,' but just at present it is moro now i i.iii or. Here i? Mr. F.nmoii Do Valera among us, "President of the Irish Republic, uhi.'b is the object and rea son for beim; t' Sinn Fein, which in the general election of December, 101S, ham 6oventy-th:v- mit of Ireland's lOo Parlia mentary constituencies. Unionists and Conservative Nationalists have always claimed that il.s vote and this victory did not repii'M'M ' o temper of a popular majority, and the results of the leeent local election- nie color to such a claim. But n Sinn Feiiter (or a '"Friend of lush Freedom") will produce you a really over whelming map in green for Sinn Fein, orange for I'nionist territory, and unite for Nationalist, with some fi...

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

i .8ooks and tlie Bt)ok World of The Sun and Nv tortc Herald, February 8, iJ20. Whens, Whys and Hows of New England Turnpikes rwnO-DAY, thanks to the automobile, wo X' o teeming cities are brought into contact with the country and ita nkosutit highways than we have ever been before. And the more speculative ones among us, rolling along these grand old wails, fiud a hundred questions arisii'g in our mind: How did this road come to Ih; Ihw important; a part has it played in thi early history of tbo locality; why did it fonnprly march obstinately straight up that steep hill vntlumt detour And it is interesting to find n book on tl'W wry subject, on Thr. Turnpikes of AVtr- h'nglatul, in which such questions are r.i'ticipKtt'd and answered. UV eannot miv that it is wiling or eiiiifllin in it-, inrciest. That is not to It." rxpt-cttd, is it? I' is moie of a refer t in'f hunk, illinninnu'd hew and there with pii'tniv-que toncht's, much as the .scribes rt' tanner days tiiliveuI the tedium o...

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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

Bookii .nd the ?.ook World af The Sun antl New .fork .tlcrald, Februatj 8, 1920. An Editorial "We" (s " himself before (lie familiar model he is oityiii". '.'nthevvc is our old friend, the lMifhticr Than DlVCS V,,1IIH editor "vlio writes such brilliant i'iiimii mil huh nit- common ocoiiii: run TJ V. simply has to. appear once so up his circulation tu flit point where the 1 1 often in the pages of iletiou. the supply of paper becomes a problem. He young and brilliant iigWApnper man who feels the cull to out and hiy d'olinth, a "steel king." or a raplitiu of .-oine other industry, lie is always haped in the .laini :uould; his journaliMic .xperi ence.i arc even more rigid in their cast mif. Hut in ! American story writer.-, sooner r later in their writing live-., try to blow tin- breath of life into tin, un promising liackneved nialerial. Take the rase, of llaiold Me(!rath and Ins lir.indmi Calheuc, lien of The Mau H'-li Ihtct- AV ;. Mr. Mi-firnili , Br.mdon. Ins .voting cditnr, fall i...

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

11 " wHae V 41 Rw)Tif ?.mV fticr 'Psok VYbrM f rue Sun and' New 7orV IToraWJ February 8, :920L Mr. Ran-dall? as Philosopher A Book of the Fogg Museum 3.1 thero a "now"' philosophy 7' "JIio litlo of John Herman Randall's book, TAo jSjnrii 0 t19 A'cw Philosophy, iv.n:indj ua of that other eternal cliche, "Tim a on ago of transition." Wo have nlvvaya been ad eurioud to sec an age that waa not an age of transition as we are to tee a review liy II. L. lleneken without tlio word "pish-posh' in it. Both, wo 1'old, are self-ovidenrly inconceivable. Mr. ltundall proves something in his book, but !i philosopher who does not provu iwmetbiug is a thinker and thinkers are raw as philosophers are conuuoupluee. Wo have fought since i!lo birth of our firt iiiiWiicIie for tiie distinction between thinkers and philosophers, between thought and philosophy. Everybody unto Bryan has ft philosophy. It it one if t!.. conditions of evs'eneo. But few beu.gi are thinker--, Philosophical sys tems are -seldom ...

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