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Page 81 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

SECTION SIX TWELVE PAGES AND THE NEW YORK HERALD Books and the Book World NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. Copyright, 193), bv the Sun rrtntlng and rubUihing Attocta'Um. "fintercd m iecoiiU claw matlrr, lol OflUt, New York, N. Y. 14 It Summer Storms, It's the Figurative Autumn of of Mars That Are Blended THE summit of Mr. Swinnerton's new novel is a very familiar emo tional or passional situation made fresh, and With new values in Lis handling. It is tlio taut strung, sensitive, gifted youth in love with the winsome matron ten years or more his senior and withheld by inexperience and diffidence (in this Case, of Nigel Sinclair they manifest them Belvcs as a tremendous idealization of the lady's nature) from perceiving how close ho is to the attainment of his desire. Approximately it is Candida from a quito different angle. The Candida is Marian Forster, fundamentally maternal though childless, and she is Candida ele vated, ennobled, this partially ont of Mr. Jwinnerton's own symp...

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 82 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Books and the Book World of The Sun and New York Herald, February 1, 1920. Mi f fife Carman Urges Us to Write by Our Own Lights GILBERT C ANNAN is not discreet or reverential in his observations on contemporary English novelists. Ho doesn't offer exactly n prescription, but this interview shows the extent to which tho novelist is beating about for new moorings. Fossibly lie docs indicato what is coming. He extends a hand to tho new American writing man whoever he is, and advises Americans that they will discover tho way of achievement by breaking with Continental traditions and looking out through their own windows. Ho even ad vises them to follow their vision bodily through the window and tho devil take care of the sash ! "In England, Mr. Caiman said, "I be- lievo wo arc going back to the older liter ary tradition with a new understanding and a reaction in accord with our own epoch. We're going to write novels of life with a faith in life itself and we'll lie concerning ourselves w...

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 83 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Books and the Book World of The Sun and New York Herald, February 1, 1020. 3" What the War Taught an English Physician TK a man Waiting oul to write a book should he too keenly conscious o all the books that had been written before on his or any other given topic, probably lower books would be written. The author of A Physician in France, an Englishman, Major-Gen. Sir Wilmot Hcrringhnm, has not been burdened with any such con sciousness which is probably the reason why he has written so readable a book. lie b?giii3 at the beginning, discusses the origins of the war and varying aims and contracting ideals, and proceeds in a leisurely manner to comment not only upon his particular part in the war, as consulting physician to the British army, but upon everything that happened dur ing 'his long service in France to come under his observation. And being a man of quick mentality and obvious scholar ship little escaped his observation, so that in bis book he not only writes of wound.? and ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 84 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

4 Books and the Book' World of The Sun and New York Herald, February 1, 1920. "European Literature in 'Centuries of Romance" THli tnsk that Laurie Mngnns lrns set himself is nothing more or less tliun n comprehensive outline of Euro jieiin liternture from shortly before tho era of Clinrlemngnc to modem times. Kuropean Literature in the Centuries of Romance is the first of a projected series of three volumes that will survey tho en tiro fiefd in suoh a general manner that they will &mu as an outline map of man's great heritage in European letters. This completed volume, starting with Uie Itussiun epic of The Armament of Igor and in the El Cid, carries the subject down to 1687. Mr. Magnus selected 1037 as a proper date on which to end his first volume, be cause in that year was founded the French Academy. From then modem letters, perhaps more accurately than with nn inclusion of the Sliakcsperinn era and its predectssors, may be said to have their inception. Tho difficulty in givi...

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Page 85 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Books and the Hook World of The Sun and New York Herald, February 1, 1920. More 'Entertainments,' Somewhat Historical Written to Make Good Children Better M t c tn i'ihvt i i c i npIIE feelings of a juvenile reader on '11. &AHATJM 13 riot tlio first man I J . J. vuumiuiiDK a rounu ui uli very I.... i ! i , . . . . ., ... own lilcrnturo ought to conluin a largo, polvchroiuic garments for tlio skeleton ,,.,. o outlines of history. There aro Dumas's . . A1 . . .... t . . Crime CcRbrcs, and there have been fnct n't. A child's first impulse t i 1 11 1. Hi i - other?; This particular result is suffl- inwauon anu prounuiy nas nounng io cientlv vivid in interest, even i the mind do with how much of himself he can read of the reader is constantly questioning it3 right to be regarded as authentic. In the first series the author's purpose is stated very fully. "I ect myself the ta-k of reconstructing in the fullest pos sible detail and with all the color avail able from surviving records, ...

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Page 86 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Uo'oYaiVcrnieBboT;T7orTcI of The Sun and New York Herald, February 1, 1020, AND THE NEW YOROIERALD Books and the Book World SUBSCRIPTION XX&.Xhiri 12.00 other countries. .3. 00 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. NOTES ON "A BOOK OF R. L. S." A TOPICAL reference index in one volume; a vademccum for the Stcvcnsonian. In effect, decidedly for the new, unequipped Stcvensonian, and even he must be told that this book, on its face impersonally informative, contains, where it deals in estimates and opinions, much evidence of biassed personal attitude, so that intelligent allowance should be made. Mr. George E. Brown's preface explains that "the chief aim is- to provide a commentary on his works as far as possible from Stevenson's own viewpoint by showing the circumstances in which they were written, their history in his hands, and his judgments of them." If Mr. Brown accom plishes less than this directly, incidentally he ac complishes more. He provides a convenient set of bits of background ske...

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Page 87 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Books and the Book World of The Sun and New York Herald, February 1, 1920. Letters of Nicholas Biddle, "Bank War" Protagonist THE Biddies of Pennsylvania have been' n famous family ever since (lie time when one of their members lauded on the shores of tho Delaware with William Pcnn to aid him in t lie foundation of t hat Commonwealth. Amdug the many men of note given by tho family to tho service of the Stale and Nation, tho most distinguished was Nicholas Biddle, tho financier, who for so ""many years presided over the affairs of the Bank of the United States, and de fended that institution against the attack . of President Jackson and his friends in Congress. Nicholas Biddle wa3 a man of brilliant attainments, rare personal influence and great force of character. He carried on an extensive correspondence with the lead ing Americans of his day. This cor respondence throws much light on tho history of this country during tho first half of the nineteenth century. To render it availabl...

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Page 88 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Books and the Book World of The Sun and New York Herald, February 1, 1920. JN Collector's Luck, Alice Vim fxior Car rick writes of Sheraton and. Chip pendale, candlesticks nnd copper lustre, of coverlets owl counterpanes her own, her friends', her neighbors'. Somo chapters describe the charm of old glassware, of stencilled furniture, of valentines nnd silhouettes, of lamps, of tea cup3 nnd of dolls. It is so familiarly chatty and thero is such a decided feminine slant in tho presentation of the subject that ivc llnd it hard to convev just what the book is like. Collector's Luck is implied, rather than referred to, in the greater part of it. lte mnrkablc "finds'' are recounted remark ab'e bargains, many of them with the idea of awakening new enthusiasms for collecting. For, tho author writes, ''If you are dull, if you are unhappy, if you arc bored collect! It gets you out of dors, it gets you out of yourself, and, best of all, if you do it intelligently, you cannot help knowing somet...

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Page 89 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Books and the Book World of The Sun and New York Herald, February 1, .1920. 4. Principles of Decoration, Complacently Presented rUE PRACTICAL BOOK OF IN TERIOR DECORATION con joins a brief history of tho styles and periods in England, Italy, Spain and Fiance ; a dozen ehuptera' oa practical decoration and furnishing, and four chap ters presenting a new "body of decorative principles that are applicable under any conditions likely to arise.'' Tho salient idea is Uiis:- "In all the world for a hundred years there lias been no great designer of furnituce." If we arc to furnish our homes with tie best, we must necessarily turn back to the rec ognized good pieces of the "periods," or get careful copies of Them. Yet, if we furnish all in one period, the result is disappointing; for "meticu lous reproduction of this sort is apt to savor too much of decorative archreology and to result in n stilted, artificial cileet, quite incompatible with a dcsirablo ex pression of the owner's individual...

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Page 90 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

10 Booisftn(" the Book World of The Sun aud New York Herald, February 1, 1920. Rilke's Book on Rodin Facts on Italian Dramatists THIS is a little book of eighty pages. It is by Itniner Maria Rilkc. 'Xho subject is Augusic Itodin, About a man who caviled imperishable forms of life out of sleeping marble by a man who cre ated beautiful pages of prose with com mon ink. Ililkc is not ashamed to kneel. He is not ashamed of superlatives. He is not ashamed to utter Kcce Homo before his idol. The gods pass the Neauly that is be yond sense remains. That transcendent Idea of Plato and that Thing that Keats held to be a joy forever is all yc need to know. With sound Chopin went to the other side of matter. With words' Shelley stepped into the ethereal. With stone Rodin passed into the Presence. Wc have a little Rodin room in the Metropolitan Museum. Maybe not Rodin at his best but had ho any worst? A man born to achieve the perfect as the sun is bom to do miracle, an artist as surely predestin...

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Page 91 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Books and the Book World of The Sun and New York Herald, February 1, 1920. 11 'Bolshevism' in Russia as a Logical Result THE coo, impartial, objective, his torical mind of a Frenchman, Kticnno Antonelli, has produced a book on Bolshevik Russia that is likely to give satisfaction to more classes of readers than any one other book that has been written on the subject. The author seems to think it is of slight consequence whether he or any of tho rest of us approves or disap proves of Bolshevism. lie docs think it is important to understand Bolshevism, and this is what he endeavors in his book to qualify readers to do. He inquires whether Bolshevism is what might have been expected in Russia at the moment in its history when it arrived, and whether Bolshevism is perhaps what the Hussinn people wanted. "Unfortunately," he says, ''all the evidence of the history of the Bolshevist period' in Russia when studied impartially and objectively fur nishes proof that Bolshevism was in per fect h...

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Page 92 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

12 Books and the Book World of The Sim and New York Herald, February 1, 1920. Ti1fnn,ookAgent(1r Col. Palmer's Storv of the Meuse-Argonne i AT ADAM, your surmiso is justifiable: s J O Tl T ADAM, your surmiso is justifiable; I aui a book ngo"t, proud to bear that title, flow" could I better servo my fellow men anil nryself than by bringing to their attention writings which oro in tended solely for their mental and moral welfare T The books which I have the honor to introduce . . . You do not care to hear what books I havo to sell? Madam, you are mistaken. It is impos sible that you, occupying -a position of great social influence, mistress of a beautiful home which is n symbol of the strength of our country; it is impossible that you should not be interested in works which picture present conditions for the instruction of future ages. Your interest in books is due to the fact that they have fitted you to be what you are a home, maker whose example is fraught with far reaching consequ...

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Page 93 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Vityiv SECTION SEVEN The Truth irc mm Mi Lieut col Mtr.BtJk W ate oCr BETWEEN TWO LINES SUSPECTS THIS wXstS SECOND IDENTIFICATION PARADE ATKA6URT APTER. Te REVOLT H England Shocked by Details of Organized Insurrection Last April, News of Which Is Just Being Told Exclusive Photo graphs Show How Rebel Natives Were Punished Cas ualties Number Thousands. London, Jan. 20, 1920. 'THE biggest sensation in England since the cessation of the world " came with the deplorably belated nes of the Indian uprising of last s-pr.n;:. which, among other unfortunate inr dents, caused 2,000 casualties at Ani nNar when the military poured rifle (ire i ' .i throng of fi.OOO natives. Every ' ii trom India Brings new and engross iii" details of that and kindred conflicts. 1 '"in this piecemeal information, as ad- '-'d b the Hunter Commission of In ' n, it appears that revolts occurred "lultnnroiislv in a dozen or more im pnrt.int ,-entrcs in the Punjab, a fact nliuh conservative English opinion cites a ext...

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Page 94 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920, Doom of Superdreadnpught Seen in Development of Air Bomb and Torpedo i i ill si -vi" irr I, ;mm lit'i r r m World's Leading Naval Authorities Pessimistic as Result of Great War and Radical Changes May Be Made to Meet Conditions. Br ROBERT G. SKERRETT. (( -pHE dreadnought is doomed." MThe JL oattlcship as we have it to-day is obsolete." "Modern ship of the line are likely to prove little better than coflins for the gallant men aboard of them." Such arc the glooraj; pronouncements of numerous naval experts men who rate high in fighting fleets abroad. The public has been treated often to inch disturbing prophecies as weapon after wcipon has been added to attack and de fence. As a general thing, however, cap ital ships hnve gone on increasing in num ber and size but somewhat modified in cer tain new agencies of offence. These evolutions until recently have been limited to the development of the gun, 'its projectile and the torpedo. ...

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Page 95 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY,. FEBRUARY 1, 1920. Anmllinfr Mieprv ni starrn(j Vienna TnlH X JL t T" O WJL VJL V14J. V AJLJL T X JL X JL JL U JL In First Hand Story of the Once Gay Capital Whole City Totter ing; Under Scourge of Constant Hunger and Cold Many Babies There Who Never Tasted Milk Streets Ring with Pitiful Cries; for Food. This price list just received from a I correspondent in Vienna snows tne rites prevailing there for fuel, food and clothing: Wood $'6 tor wo lbs. Coil S1.50 lor 14 lbs. Potatoes $t.oo a lb. Apples $2.oo a lb. Margarine $4.00 a lb. Butter $12.00 a lb. Cheese $8.00 a lb. Eggs 75C. apiece Rationed " n $8.00 a lb. Sardines $3.7$ a fin Choc 'ate $8.00 a lb. Boots . $60.00 a pair Suit of clothes $ 375.00 Hat $3S-oo Workmen receive from three to Ave times more wages than formerly, but the prices of commodities have risen twenty and thirty times the old rates. By MAJOR SHERMAN M. CRAIGER T the time I visited Vienna the rid' A could contrive to get enough...

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Page 96 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

I THE SUN AND NEW YORK. HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. Walter Camp's Exercises For Tired Business Men 'T is not easy for the nusy man to de tect that he is going down lull physically until he finds that the down ward momentum has reached the stage of a nervous shock. Then he is apt to floun der around in the hope of saving himself by methods that hurt more than help. The average business or professional man . is too much engrossed with bis affairs to bother about a judicious system of exer cise until he gets a severe jolt and wishes that the golf or tennis season lasted the entire year around. When the United States entered the world war with its intense strain on the men of the country, Walter Cuuip, the noted Yale athletic expert, set himself at the task of drawing a system of exercises that would help the officials at Washing ton, the business executives through the laud, and countless others from breaking down under the strain. He evolved a Mstem which for brevity's sake is c...

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Page 97 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

The Riviera Lures Its Greatest and Gayest J?' a i nrretiimident of Ths Sun m Nnv York Hkhald. Moxtk C.kmw, Jan. 22. IT i- .' flVtilt to write the truth about i In liiviera without it sounding like v fid1 ineinent. It is the ideal spot of t)if m u.-lii fur the pleasure seeker and for tl -i -"okcras well. Hut for some reason it if ii'it generally frequented by Araer i'l'ii' except of course hy a few ex.-patri-ti-- wlio have their plHi-e.-j and their here, and roinc annually for a few nir.'iih in the winter season. Ttic average Amciiian tra Jer, how ever, know only about Alont Carlo. He nukes a for the Cabin t plays his piece, tow or many, and goan his way innocent of all el-e, This much may he uid of ,'ljj nte Carlo, it hus mailu all the re.-t p ftible. The Casino spends millions in bc'Tifying; the Itinera and making it tin. amusement fp-tre of the world. Hut even with all th money this would not bo. possible had no' Nature provided the most varied cli n.v .Hid given to all an incompa...

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Page 98 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. 6 Soviet Russia and French Revolution Compared Many Points of Simi larity Between Bol sheviki and Jaco bins are Noteworthy, Especially 'Tenets of German Origin. Br DAVID S. MUZZEY. Associate Professor of History. A, B., Harvard, 1893j; R. D., New York University, 1897; Ph. D., Columbia, 1007 REASONING by analogy is. a very subtle temptation both to the philowpher and tho historian. To the former it offers a relaxation from strict logical sequences; to the latter a relief from painstaking research. Analogy furnisltcp a line of least resistance. It is m niucl. .easier to rest in the realm of su perficial, resemblances than to penetrate to the dfcpfihs of fundamental diversities. The latter process, Iwsides discovering new facts, which .must he included in our mental sTOthesis, also discovers unwel come fact's which oorapel usto revise our cherished creed of finality. It is a chal lenge both to our inertia and to our prejudice. Wea...

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Page 99 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. Poe's Unknown "Eureka" Philosophic Masterpiece Poet's Metaphysical Work Yet, May Rank With Efforts of the Great Evolu tionists By BENJAMIN DE CASSERES. WAS Kdgar Allnn Poo the American Newton, Dnnvin nnd Einstein nil rolled into ono? Was Edgur Allan Poo the greatest metaphysical and religious Ci'liimlms that the world lnia over known? Was it an American known to the world only as a poet writer of weird and diubol istic tales who was one of the great philos opher revealcrs of the ages? Poe the pnet and the author of the talcs of the grotesque and arabesque liml smoth ered Poo the philosopher, the mathemati cian, the scientist, the propounder of a great system of cosmic evolution many cnrs before Charles Darwin published "The Oiigin of Species" and Herbert Spencer "First Principles.'' "Eureka" has Imost been forgotten, although Poe declared the truths disclosed in it were of more consequence than the discovery of the 'aw of gravit...

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Page 100 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Belasco's lillillliBlE FAINTED OF THAT LADY IN BAKDBOX OF 1820 ERA VORN BY FRANCIS STARR IN THE LITTLE BLUE '.' Famous Producer Has Cathered Valuable Curios All His Life and Theatre Itself Is Invaded to House Overflow From Studio and Home By FRANK VREELAND. FORTUNATE is the man who has a theatre where the memories of past triumphs of the stage linger about race souvenirs of the occasion, but if that man has also a storage place filled with curios which is considered to be haunted he is thrice blessed, according to current ideas. In such a happy situation is David Be lasco, whose Belasco Theatre is filled with old band bills of Booth and other stage celebrities and unusual prints of theatri cal performances besides mementoes ot Napoleon o that it might be said to be a paper monument to past glories. In addition he has a storeroom in connection with his warehouse at 511 West Forty sixth street, where many of his most val uable "projs" arc kept, dating back to his first managerial expe...

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