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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1912)
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 1, 1912.
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Beginning September 8ih, 1912
will add to its other Sunday features
Appearing the second and Fourth Sunday of each Month
A, beautifully printed magazine brimful of Fiction and Special Articles by the most prominent
authors and writers in the United States, and illustrated by the leading artists of America.
Richard Harding Davis
Grace Sartwell Mason
Grace MacGowan Cooke
Mabel Herbert Urner
and many others, y
Howard Chandler Christy -Charles
W. T. Smedley
C. Coles Phillips
J; N. Marchand
B. Cory Kilvert
Charles Sarka -Paul
C. B. Falls
and many others.
Hon. Champ Clark
Arthur I. Street
H. Addington Bruce
Edward Lyell Fox
Emmett C. King
U and many others.
These Authors, Artists and Special writer are all contributing to the highest class and highest priced Monthly and Weekly
Magazines published in the United States; and their combined efforts, more than anything else, have conspired to build up these
great publications. We now offer this same class of superior literature to you with bur regular Sunday edition on the second and
fourth Sunday of each month. A 'glance at the contents of the September 8th issue: '
HON. CHAMP CLAR
Speaker of the House of Representatives has written
"Presidential Lights' That Have Flare
An able and scholarly retrospective of the many, great men who have failed of the highest gift within the power of the people, and why.' , . .
Speaker Clark's comprehensive review of Presidential Campaigns from the days of Washington to those of Taft is written with an intimate knowledge of traditions and conditions. He writes with
a master hand from a mind stored with historical anecdotes and illustrations, and from a vividly recent personal experience.
This is the first of two notable articles'by Speaker Clark that will appear in the magazine section of this newspaper. The second article, "ROUGH ROADS AND ROUGH RIDING TO THE
WHITE HOUSE," will be published in the next issue of
Base ball- comes next topolitics in popular interest at this season, and the article
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Moongwei. The Son-Daughter
I By Grace MacGowan Cooke
A gripping romance of Indian life in the .Southwest, is the strong fiction feature of the issue and is vividly illustrated by Maynard Dixon.
",THE WIDOW 'WHEN," a cleverly written story of an elderly wooing, by Minnie Barbour Adams; a remarkable prose-poenentitled "PRAYERS," by Marguerite 0. B. Wilkinson, strikingly iUus-
codesign "THE PIRATE," by W. G. Krieghoff, in two colors; emblematical of. the summer girl burying her treasure of captured hearts at the end of the vacation season.
' This magazine with its literary and artistic features will be included in the Sunday edition beginning September 8th, and continue thereafter twice a month
The unusual demand that will be made upon us for the September 8th Sunday edition that wil. contain this great magazine will probably exceed the issue before a great many of our readers are able
to get it unless ordered in advance; so be sure to place your order in advance with us or with your newsdealer. ?
Sememtjer tlie ate -Sewday, eptemljer Ei
v Edward Lvell Fox I
shows how thenational sport has developed into a great national business a,trust for supplymg honest base ball to the people of the United States.. The facts are new, and many of the figures giveu
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