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Page 61 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

Books and the r.ook World of The Sun and New York Herald, February 8, 1920. 5 On the Country of the Song of Roiaiul WIIKTI1KK or not thousand. r Anglican families Hie already discussing llieir plans for a Kuropcan trip during the iiet year or two, Yrancc is making ready for the greatest inlliK of tourists Mm has ever known. Mivi Isabel Savory has written a book which should bo a boon to such as pare to stray off the beaten path. In it she brings out sttongly the romantic lure (f tho little frequented French V icnces, the Iloussillion of the old niu jiimi!;fi'-. The devastation which followed the German invader slopped far from thin remote region where life still moves with little or none of the modern machinery, just a1 il ha for centuries. The people are pure Catalan, and the district is really neither Kiench nor Spanish. Not much about ii printed in the guide books. Old chateaux built in tho -Middle Ages, and in pome instances f-t ill inhabited bv the descendant1, of tho buildeis,...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 62 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

... trior -H--"! Boosts and the Book World of The Sun and New York Herald, February 8, 1920 tfVND THE NEW YORK HERALD Books and the Book 'World SUBSCRIPTION SSMf. on rur .'!5,S2 ,?.80 other countrWi. .IJ.W ' SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. BURLESQUES AND A BUFFOONERY. MESSRS. Mencken and Nathan are ex ceedingly valuable members of the critical community. We are not sure Mr. Mencken is not ts invaluable member; this without disparagement Of the stimulating entertainment provided by his Bgile colleague, who can keep six silver painted singlesticks flashing in the air like swords and thwacking grave and reverend pates in box seats as they come down, the while conjuring unheard of dramatists out of the hats of central Europe. In a sense Mr. Mencken is a palladium. He safeguards freedom of speech on the seven arts, 'lie glories in being unjust, and so in a way he is; his methods are Procrustean; every one is measured by his very individual tastes and prejudices, and nil who don't happen to fit...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 63 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

Books and the Book World of The Sun and New York Herald, February 8, 1920. Observations on the Younger English Realists THERE can be no doubt that the last eight years have Been in England An almost universal critical support of the newer realism. 'When X say critical, I mean that there is scarcely an English journal of repute that has not supported almost every example of realistic Action and has not looked with suspicion upon almost every examplo of the romantic school. It happens, therefore, that J. D. Beresford, Frank Swinncrton, D. H. Lawrence and W. L. George stand critic ally higher than the uame3 of, the men discussed in ray lost letter. This docs not mean that they Bre in essentials liner authors. I am very much inclined to doubt whether in the long run The Wilderness of Monkeys will not stand as high as Gilbert Cannan's Round the Corner,, and whether Brett Young's Crescent Moon will not last even longer than such a' book as George's Second Blooming, fine work though that i...

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Page 64 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

Hooks -Hihl tlio T--ok ,Vov!l A' The Sun a.id New Mi FIcrnlil. February 3, 1020. French History for the Good of Men in Uniform ON tlit -opposition that the doughboy would like to know fconaetliiiif; of the count ry wliero lie did most ot Ids fatigue tint , Willimu fiteanu Davis '.ms written what lie calls "an outline story ot! two thousand yearn" in n one volume his tory oL' Prance., the uutlior ut 'She History of ledinmd and MoJcri vnroj.e and Tho I'oois of the Tl'tir I.vL P.ivis is qualified us tew men tiro, to-day to at tempt this irtually impossible task. . ml he im.o done .-o well in his tWO pages that to nhnost ;in, criticism he might answer that to it., more v' i sueh !;mits wild be impossible. Never in the cour.-e of history his tory itself has Ireu so generally popular as ilis to-day. It has I'il the schoolroom, ami wiih iu m cly ..ppawnl i .iecuteuts of "human interest" is made welcome on ihe blreets. The eaict'is til' celebrated people are no Inn-;-'!' Ici'i to he .uinmed...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 65 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

and. the JHwk World of Tbe Sun and New Turk Herald, February S, 1920. Br&uiuttiite's Anthology Is Out; Spring's Coming Till Braithiuiite Authology of Maga zine Vent for 1913 is necessarily finite -iuiilur in form to the previous yearly Dtu'thurtite collections, though .liUeiing momo featured, chief" twiongthem being t tit oinUsiou of slurring asterisks. It i nattering' to tho judgment of individual readers that the compiler has, after sir juiri oi" his guidance, elected to Jeavo them fice to star (heir own favorites. Tin-', il'o lack of the little star leave the M)!t.mi looking a hit mixed and the sejife i.l' -iii'it ih.njj gone is strongly fell, but tho rln!i;e will work to Air. liniithwaile's ad ai!g ultimately, as the pleasure that mi'-: itiulm took in the old system par took ol the nature, of amusement rather Ulan 01! anything more earnest, and tho pou were quite as often inecused as lleaed. Mr. HiT.it hwaite's anthology has eomo he looked for, as are the President's mi .sig...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 66 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

10 rtooks and the Book -.Voi-Ul of The Sun and Now York UeraM, February 3, I920t -l Books Rcceiv.ed to February 4 Chambers, Rescuer of Sqciety r 2.:tton. TH K WOItf.Dl.lN'GS. Ity I.koxvuii Men m K. Iiitroiliii'ticm liv Xi'il Miinro. In tint uniform :niil ilclinitc edition of Merrick'. vorns. New Yuk: K. 1', Button & Co. BHD BKLTN. Hv llniu Pkxdkitlk. A talc of tin- days w lion Tennessee was tin- fur We-I." New Yoik: Doubli'day , Page A: ( '(i. THK (Jit Y M SK. ISv V a its worth C.wii'. A detivt've st.uv. New York: Double lav, Page A. in." ALLKiiK V. B L. Aiikv Hvukkii. A novel, i !- j.miI big " dramatic life in :i great f ity. " Now Yoik: Chiulcs Scrib ner's Sons. THK MNSTKRY AT VIII': IH.rH YII.I.A. 1U Mr: wi.i.r Dvvissos Post. Seventeen invsterv -tun.'t. New York: D. Appleton i' . " A Til I N (illOST AND tj I'M Kits. By Movr vot'K Itll'inis .Iamks. Five y lmt utorii'ir" New Ynik: Longman, Green t (I.. TIIK TRVNSIT OK YKNTS. l!v .loiiv I'ltH.M' Soi si. A novel liy tin- well kno...

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Page 67 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

Boolcs ami tlie Book World of The ,?n :tn1 New Voile 'fiiinhl, ?ob)'imry 8, 1020. 11- Mr. Shanks's Prize Poetry Passions in tne Desert "pil) puhliciili in ul' Fdunrd ,Stnuil:s JL prize volume ul' vitm), The yivj oj China, fan hardly lie called disappoint ing, although tlie poeiie. valuo-i ii ofi'ei-i, ti hile undeniably iisitive .are not so e.v ceptioiiiil Kb lo establish any now standards- in modem verse. Mr Shanks vviiterf ivith 'iv.it 'llueney, uiiiki.-i loo Jimrli al limes, o-5 witness tlie play fiom wliicli the hunk takes its niiine; his thought is lifting and often distinniuMied, although a hit t-iinwimialy gentlemanly; and his inmgery is pleasing and not forced, hut not espe cially memorable. In shoil, The Qifin of ('him is a honk that riMdj easily and nrt'oiils ;::ielh'i'tual and i si he-tic pleasure while being lead, hi'l it is not a hook to compel renadlnif. Idvurd Shanks hy the natute of his ottVring standi peculiarly apait, from the youngei English poets. The metaphysica...

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Page 68 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

jBsa-fc jaaa She 35Mi TVdrJd nf Ho Scan 2XI Tori Herald, Tahnuu j , 192k Romances of Old J ' Japan, in English LAFCADIO HEARN, .in delicate xau-j'.i'al'y flowing proso, opened tc tho Occident a wealth of romantic folk loro tli.it appears scarcely to have beer, touched b the writers that followed. Tho quasi historical fule in which devils and spirits wriv so quaintly mingled were among hi-, mot delightful enjoyments o tho Jnpar.i-o life and culture that lie at tempted to make completely his own. In lis volume of Japanese sketches (and KivauUiu particularly comes to mind) ho $et down in Knglish a number of stories unique in their inferences and quite dis similar t' any attitudes of thought that European and American cultures had known. Jt is tho entirely new cast of thought which turns these stories, many of which nie based upon plots as old as folklore, into .something strange and quite unlike uliat wo have grown to accept as a literary heritage. It ii tlii- Japanese cast of thought,...

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Page 69 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

t Mini 7 INI? Mi viffmm JhlUSSm TION SECTION SEVEN Lincoln's Glorious Character Shines Brilliantly In Life Mask and Many Famous Photographs M IDNIQHT In July with tha moon dotal what It could to light up the nigged, forbidding Mains coaat near Cntrc Lcwell, but It could not light up all the shad ows, and the den's chiaroscuro' deepened the mystery of the scene. A rowboat with one man pulling It and care fully avoiding shadows which might be the lurking place of secret dangers. The oarsman seimed Indifferent about getting quickly to his objective and steered Sato tha open whenever reck or precipice Impinged. It was as though h. had on board a treasure, and to conserve It excluded every other consideration from his mind. And lying ,on the thwart of, the boat gleamed whttely In the moon's rays what mfeht be this treasure. At length the oarsman saw the light 'of his camp fire and with the Bame meticulous care itccred his frail craft to shore. , "Camp ahoy I" he called, "camp ahoy !"j Th...

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Page 70 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

7 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. " ....... .OKI" Lincoln's Character Reflected in Life Mask and Pictures i . . ' Continual from Prrctdlng rage. very distinctly how they used to return with large numbers of- the. birds. ' Ory tnOt'rier used to spin tho clotlfSfrom which 'Lincoln's clothing was made while he lived In Old Salem. Wen ho lived In. that town he stayed at the home of my aunt and uncle, Mr, and M. William Green, and my aunt Nancy oftentimes helped mother to make the clothing. I remember ttmoog ftiy first re ollcctlona of Mr. Lincoln of Bis belml at OUr cabin. The country was a WlflertHsi In these days and there were Mdlani and wild animals about. My mother had a particularly fine piece of cloth on tho loom. Mr. Lincoln wttn h Came In Addressed her: 'Mrs. Mad, Hut's an unUsUoJaly flno piece of cloth.. I believe that would make a mighty fine suit of Clothes.' Mother Informed him that he should have a suit ) ct clothes from the cloth, and she and Aunt N...

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Page 71 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

ht 'i 111 hi ' i n i iiiim i m i m mm i lit THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. Professional Spook Raisers Wax Scornful of Amateurs VW " i M . , . IV there In an emphatic word Indicative ot ilin!iit ml contempt, then It will bo em ployed by the professional fortune tellers, witches, mind readen, Jugglers, legerdemain Ids, pylhonlsts, palmists, necromancers, nstrol cger. loclcruclnns, soothsayers, crystal gazers nd others who make their living' by theso viNitions when they speak of the nmateur spook miters who are now having their in mints all over the world, Mme Zora Ioom Into the spirit klngdomi ilirouKh the eyes, small, green but sharp, of her familiar Aries, who Is a fat and ancient to.iri She Is allied In her vision also by the ,ards, which In every case must bo cut with tho left hand. She pursues her Investigations thus scientifically In the parlor of a small, flat, Fim-liing strongly of onions, on Fifth avenue not fnr from Mount Slnal Hospital, in, a for mer...

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Page 72 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

f THE STJN AND NEW YORK "HERALfl, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. Canada's Next Governor-General Most Democratic By F. CUNLIFFE-OWEN. SO numerous are the ties, between Canada and the United States neighboring nations of kindred origin, which have bnn nblo for a hundred yearn to dispense with defensive works alone their 3,000 mile boun dary Mine that the personality of the Gov. trnor-Gencral of the Dominion must always be a subject of Interest lo the American people, It Ik natural that this should be the case. For all of the representatives of the sovereign who have exercised Viceregal sway at Ottawa since the civil war have sought every opportunity to promote perfect understanding and cordial friendship between tho two great English vpcnklng democracies of North America, Devonshire's Duke, who succeeded I'leld Mar hhal the Unkk of Connaught at Rldeau Hall In 1.916, Is about to return home on completion of his term of four yearn to resume charse of his great territorial Interests In the Un...

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Page 73 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

l r 'I III t Opera Open to IN th prtsent Incessant conversation about the consciousness and the sub-consciousness, th poetical comparison of U be ta een them to th effect that tha flrat ! a like and the second an ocean may be bor ewed to express the difference between the umber of American girls who are singing In swnd opera and the rest who have prepared ir (i. hm haven't yet had their chance. The tte' ones are truly an ocean of youth, charm sr.d ptrhapa talent. Their complaint that he awe they are Americans they aie denied an opportunity la an old one. but the facta hirij rr'ent day fart do not appear to Justify it One klmple fact stands out prominently in the membership roster of the Metropollmn psra House Companj. There are eighteen women of American birth who may be drawn on by the management to fill various roles from the more Important to those not so much to, hut rtlll essential. Of th wom.-n of foreign rationality. French or Italian predominating, there are only ten artists...

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Page 74 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

6 Paris Athrill With Ambition to Become a Pjuiis, Jan. 26. PARIS Is sick and tired of Inundations. The river Belne swells with annual rainfalls, threatens the city, back flushes the sewers and causes streets to sink, transforms suburbs to lakes, Inter rupts commerce and industry, stacks wages, profits and provisioning, and does aotual de struction, the sums total of which year In and ytsr out are more expensive than the amor tization (or sinking fund) of first class public work. Therefore, would you be surprised to sea freight ships In China, South America and Europe steam straight up through the middle of the United States as far as Louisville, Cleveland, Pittsburg, St. Louis, Kansas City? The relation between these subjects bears a wide and timely Interest. Second class public works are mostly make shifts. , (This Is what we hoar In Paris.) Their particularity is to sink a lot of money, then more money, without profitable return on their cost, merely to accomplish an object. Such ...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 75 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

Monte Carlo's War Time Tales Augment Other f SUMMER. VISITORS ON Tte CAQINO at MONTE CARLO at 'OUTBREAK of jfk WAF I Uly a Special Correspondent.) Monte Carlo, Jan. 23. ONE of the strangest sights ever witnessed at Monte Carlo was enacted on the out break df the war. All day on August 1914, there were rumors that Germany had declared war. The bulletin board In the atrium of the Casino grew steadily longer and the reports more alarming, but with their usual oblivion the players RepTsTeadriy on, absorbed by their ruling passion. Tho day was cloudless and beautiful, the green blinds of the Casino were drawn down to shut out the too dazzling sunlight, and soft breeze from the Mediterranean filtered through In a refreshing draft. August Is what Is known as the dead season at the resort, when only those who love roulette better than any thing else on earth have lingered on, and when big plungers come from afar to try their luck. The band played trivial airs on the terrace under the shadow...

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Page 76 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

I 7 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. Noah Webster's Books on 0118 epldamle Is evidently the effect .of the at- I tome Insensible dualities of mosphere; as It spreads with astonish ing rapidity over land and sea, uncontrolled by at or cold, drought or moisture." In 17, yar before he commenced compiling the die. tlnnary which was to be hi life work and make his name Immortal In American letter. N'eah Webster wrote Hint opinion regarding the Influenza, which from Hie flrit colonization of America to that lime had again and again wept oer the country, carrying away tlmu Mneir and tens of thousands. Tr reault of tile Investigation of the Influ enza. l contained In two volumei. each t rtor- than 360 pages, "A Hrlef History of Ki Pernio and Pestilential Diseases." A handful of copies still remain In the libraries of his-' teflcal societies, overlooked and forgotten. al though they give what Is perhap the most eewrplete record of the Influenza, or epidemic catarrh, eve...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 77 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

THE' SUN AtfD NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. Former Mrs. Willie D. James, Popular Abroad, Is Here PROBABLT few wilt have lecognlzedlln Mrs. John C. Drlnton. who arrived her the other day on board the Mauritania,. to ' r'tay with her relatives. Mr. and Mra. Arthur urtlss James, the former Mrs. Willi D. James, played in notable a role In the English (treat world during the Isst ten year1 of the era if Queen Victoria, and at court throughout the gn of Edwird VII., who with Queen Alex. ,nlra and George V. and his consort fre-1 lently flayed with her half American hus wnd and herself at their beautiful country seat ' Siusex. West Dean. fior several year of widowhood Mrs. Japtes jiarrleil Major John C. Rrlntnn of the Second Life Guards, gentleman In waiting to the pre. fi, sovereign, a veteran of the great war. no well a1 ot ,ne BOfr campaign, where he won the Distinguished Service Order, and who as haill wounded while nerving under Kltch ,r.rr ,ii the taking of Khartoum In 1S...

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Page 78 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

10 Yachting THE MINERVA AU MOUNT- VERNON. YACHTING In general, with the new mo tor boats to the fore, reviving for the. first time since the war. Is taking a , remarkable spurt tills season. No Industry thtt played a prominent part In eleventh hour preparedness in this country has received a greater Impetus therefrom than motor boat t'n "(ruction. There have been signal develop PiMits In the gas engine and Deisel engine as veil as in the various types of boats, from the huge auxiliary, the swift cruiser yacht, and houseboat, large and small in the con wrtcd sailing craft, the lesser despatch cruiser and the runabout, limousine, sea sli-d and hy droplane. A more adventurous spirit is abroad on the deep The Atlantic scaboaid will be alive with pleasure craft. There are more boats than ever In the Florida waters, where fish and game abound. The new houseboats, as well a, the better equipped yachts, are offered an unlimited cruising field by inland waterways to the southward. From New Y...

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Page 79 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

U Marshall Field 3d Puts Americanism Ahead of His Riches THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, IfTAIN Marshall Field Sd. grandson of I the irreat Chicago merchant and with ttln a two month; apprenticeship AlU tee, tTUrrtnwm A- Co., Chicago brokers, where he bill embarked on a commercial career aa a Uxi Kiirsmtn. has Anally taken hold of ilie tun holding of the Held estate, and la now eMuilly In control of Chicago' largest prop erty holdings owned by an Individual estate. It If estimated that hi fortune, when he rami Into the million of his grandfather. Ill be elAs to )1.6i)fl,6ftfl,6o. When II I fiald young ,Mr. Field Is Interest ler. the word Is Used advisedly. Not only ft h a milltlml1ll6nalre at twenty-eight by thf nil of his grandfather, but he In of the par tlrutafly creditable type dr the American born lid who has been brought" up under British institutions. Uke most yOUng men Of the great Knfellsh rtTiMt Eton. Harrow and ftugby young field has Very frank, engaging ...

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Page 80 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

i irnr ilmar i'lisiiw Vsisiinfi-I'witf n i i'Miiiiiiiri t iiW iin'Tiinii iiiiiiiitim irMH 12 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. Pirates' Hoards on Block Island Still Being Sought AMERICA! wateraj were not free from pirates toward the end of the six (tenth century. They Hwarmed with tnem during- the seventeenth, and the black flag was not Infrequently seen In them when the eighteenth; century was well on Its way. Without a portof call a pirate Is helpless. As a rule, therefore, he got his plunder In ono part of the globe and disposed of It Jn another, Europe was not a safe clearing house, so tut piratic cargo .generally had been, consigned originally to that -part of the world. Even so, there were merchnnts In London, Hamburg and other shipping centres In the Old World who did a thriving business behind closed doors with freebooters. The principal market, how ever, for pirates' loot In the seventeenth cen tury was on this side of the world. In certain instances pi...

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