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THE UnnMRHAXd. Hv WiUtsm Hsmll
on Oshorne. Kobrrt M. McHriile Ht Co.
II. M net.
In thin now story of bislncs and sorlal
lif In New Vork, Mr. Osborne hai slven
full play to his special gift of crisp
parrmtlve, dramatic surprise and unex
pected romance. From the moment when
l.onnle Cameron disappears from the
fsaMonal.e wadding at which he In best
man, and Orey, blamed for h.s defection,
attempts to find him, there Is no cessa
tion of Interest or action In this book.
ITCK DEVEnErX. Py David Tot
Uilltam. Stewart A Kldd Company.
A splendid romanc of civil war times,
showing the effect of a dual personality
vnder the Influence of a master passion.
The reader Is Instantly captivated with
tho love affair of the hero anif a beau
tiful maid of the flreenhrler, the heroine.
Central Ohio and the mountains of Vir
ginia, form a background well f'.tted for
the setting of this unusual story.
If KA TIT'S CONTENT. By Ralph Henry
v Rat-hour. J. 11. Llppincott Company.
nninnce and plenty of It; fun and
plenty of It; a harpy man who "starts
things," and, who at the end makes a
woman happy, too. "Bright, cheerful
and snappy," will be the opinion of all
OVEII t'ATlAMISE niOCE. By Marie
Thompson 1'avioss. Harper & Broth
ers. 11 not.
A love story of today, full of the emo
tional quality of this author's best work,
and of the buoyancy and enthusiasm of
youth. Not since "The Melting of Molly,"
has Miss Daviess given to the public a
book so full of charm and drama. A
delirious eentimental idyl.
THr HVNDREDTH WAVE. By Orantly
Sandersin. Charles II. Kerr & Co.
. Sl.b n?t.
The keynote of this extraordinary novel
Is contained in the following quotation:
"Are you willing to bo taught the
i higher truths about Ood, even though
they destroy conceptions which you have
cherished as your most sacred faith In
Him and though they compel you to ac
cept a new faith, founded in the great
truths of the universe which Science re
veals?'' THE TI O OP THE SI lt.t.STNK. By
Clarence K. Haifldd KIchard U. Bad
ger 1'uMishcr. fl.i'o net.
Publisher. S1.2S net.
A novel that has all the freshness of
the Ozarks. Religion, pollll I and love
and the cunning hand of a shrewd man
In directing tho affairs of other peorle,
often to their own hurt, each has Its
part In the making of this truly great
story. A work that will delight the heart
of all readers of the great succe.ea ot
the famous Otark novelist, Harold Bell
A MAN'S IIKATtTH. By Elfnnor M. In
gram. J. b. Lupplncott Co. Il.ii net.
A young New York millionaire, at odds
with his family, finds his solution In
working for and loving the optimistic
nurse maid who brought him from the
depths of trouble and made for him a
hearthstone. There are faaclnatlng aide
issues, but this is the essential story and
it is an Inspiring one. It will be one of tho
big hooks of the winter.
THE GOIJ?RN PIJTPER. Bv Anna
Katharine Oreen. 11. P. Putnam's Soils.
The dominant figure In this series of
detective stories Is a young girl, Violet
Strange detective par excellence. .She
observes sharrly. thinks intensely and
has the faculty of disentangling, out of
a maze of perplexing circumstances, the
one explanation that accords with facts,
and carries out her reasoning with the
most consummate ability,
BK1.TANK THE SMITH. By .leffery
Famol. Illustrated bv Arthur Becher.
Little, Brown & Co. IUiO.
A romance of love and adventure, hav
ing also much quaint philosophy and rol
licking humor. In which, when the story
opens. Beltane the Smith is shown living
In a secluded place, knowing much of
woodcraft and his own smithcraft hu,t
nothing of men and women and cities.
Gay parties from the outside world of
men and women highly placed enter the
greenwood where he lives and from their
meeting with him evolves the story.
THE MAN WITHOIT A CHI7RCH. By
Henry Hughes. Sherman, French &
Company. 11.35 net.
A problem novel. The problem pre
sented Is church politics. The etorm cen
ters about the hero, James Mlllbrook,
whose career is followed from an ambi
tious boyhood, through the struggles ta
fit himself for the ministry, his experl-
I encea In parishes which offer pitifully
inadequste returns for the demands that
are made, until at length he la rejected
by the presiding elder. Mlllbrook. gron
strong throuth battle won, holds fast
to his faith in God. A path Is opened and
he gladly answers the call to service
without the church, for which, never
thclcts, he still feels a strong affec
tion. THESE TWAIN Bv Arnold Bennett
George H. 1 oran Company. 11 .'V
The third novel in the trilogy that be
gan with "Clayhanger" and was contin
ued In "Hilda IMa-," this story Is,
nevertheless, complete In Itself. It pre
sents a story of married life today, show
ing Clayhanger and Hilda wading thr nigh
a morass of dally petty misunderstand
ings In order to reach firm ground of
happiness and content.
THE THREAD THAT IS BPPN. Bv
Margaret Horner Clyde. Sherman,
French A Company. 11.26 net.
A delightful bit of word painting, as
far removed from the society novel of
the day as a woodland path In spring
time from the thronged highway; an
echo of the pioneer period In Pennsyl
vania, recalling the early settlers, the
Indians, the Pcnna, yet modem In l:i
setting and sincere In Its delineation of
preset day types of the Scotch-Irish and
of rennsylvanla-Oerman people. It is a
real contribution to a literature which
alms to preserve characteristic Amer
TREASURE ISLAND. By Robert Louis
Stevenson. Harper . Brothers. $1.5'
A new edition of this masterpiece. A
a sea-tale, it stands without an equal.
The book stands alone In Its wonderfully
vivid and dramatic story-telling, which
is characterised throughout by an en
tirely sane and wholesome tone and pur
pose. Over one hundred Illustrations and
decorations by Iouis Rhcad appear In
CHAINED LIGHTNING. By Ralph Gra
ham Taber. The Macmillan Company.
This Is a atory of adventure In Mexico.
The stirring Incidents of the plot are Il
luminated by accurate side llqhts on
Mexico and its peculiar people. Two
boys, for want of anything better to do,
accept positions as telegraphers In for
lorn spots In Mexico, and out of the ex
periences which they have Mr. Taber has
made a book that is Interesting and In
structive at the same lime. One cannot
read it without understanding better the
renson for that unhappy country's pres
ent state of anarchy.
TEN GREAT ADVENTPRKS. Uv Kstn
Dickinson Swee'.er. Il.irper A 1'rot'ieiM.
II. Jo net.
Talcs of hardships and hcroWm of grcnt
explorers and sea-men. Tho author hai
written for the younger readers a Vit inie
of stimulating stories of Columbos,
Drake. Cortex. De Soto, Danle' Boone.
John Smith, IJvlngston, John Paul Jonea
and Plr John Franklin.
FI N IN T1IF1 FOREST. Hv G llv Bear.
Samuel S. Gabriel Sons. 7f cent.
A charming story of absorbing Interest,
which tells an amusing tain of animals
and their doings In field and foro.it. The
book contains sixty-four pages, four full
color plates and numerous black and
white drawings. Bound In cloth, with
colored Insert on cover. Illustrated Jacket.
THE ORETTN TPLIP. By Oll'y Bear.
Samuel !. Gabriel Sons. TT. cenls.
A splendid fairy tale, describing the
exciting adventures of two little Dutch
children In search of a fairy tulip. The
book contains sixty-four pages, four col
ored plates and a profusion of black and
white pictures. Bound in cloth, with col
ored Insert on cover. Illustrated Jacket.
TOM TIT TALES. By Gllly Bear.
itel tf. tianrlel Sons, il.-a.
Entrancing stories of adventure. In
spiring, entertaining and amusing, full of
life, action and Interest "Just before the
Sandman comes." The book contains 1W
pages of text, with twelve exiiulsde color
plates and numerous black and white Il
lustrations. Bound In cloth covers, with
gold stamping. Supplied with Jacket
printed In color.
THE PTORY-TEI.Tkh. By Maud Lind
say. IxHhrop, Lee Shepaid Co.
This book takes Its name from the
wandering minstrel or "story-teller." of
the Middle Ages, who, from palace to
cottage, was the most welcome of all
guests In the opinion of the Children.
So will this book be most welcome among
new books. Its stories are fascinating,
each one a gem of thought and expres
sion. Each story has an excellent full
page Illustration In colors.
DEAD WOODS. Bv I-atta Grlswold.
Illustrated by Maurice U Bower. The
Macmiilan Company. $1.&.
The fourth In Mr. Griswold's series of
stories for bos. Center. ng about his
1 Imaginary school of lel. the theme of
I this new story Is the friendship whl 'It
arises between to lads of very different
temperaments and the effect which It
, hns mon them.
JACK STRAW, LIGHTIICl HI 11. it
Kit. By Irving crump. Illustrated by
, Leslie Crump. Mcllille, Nnst Co.
I A new voluntne In Mr. Crump's Jack
I straw series. In which his young hcr
' take a position for the summer with a
; crew of lighthouse builders, who are
constructing a beacon on the Maine coast
1 lie meets a young swordfishemmn, a
lad of his own age, and the two of the n
h am much about lighthouse building and
oervice, and have many Interesting ami
TIIKTIIKKK GAYS. The Penn Pul.llsh-
ompany. so cents.
This book describes the delights of the
old fashioned country wlnier aa seen by
three modem city rhlldivn. who spend
a week In a' big, rambling farm house.
Each day's adventures and expiration
show Just what It was like when pm.l
was a boy, and how the Jolly old simplu
ways of living are after all the best.
SCALLY. By Ian Hay. Houghton-M llf-
ilin Company. TS cents net.
Scally Is Irrestthle. Pedigree, he haa
none, and a gentle laxlnes Is his nioxi
noticeable trait, but from the minute ho
drags himself from the water, a forlorn
pup tied to a brick, you have to Hue
him. How he grows up, rescues his
mistress from danger In a way as origi
nal aa It is amusing, and plays tho port
of good fairy In a charming love ni
falr. Is told In this hook In a way hit
will be enjoyed by everyone who ha ivir
owned, or wanted to own, a dog.
THE ROY COLLECTOR'S HANDBOOK.
Hv A. Hyatt Veirlll. Mcttrldc, .Vast &
Co. !.." net.
A highly Interesting and practical book,
which covers thoroughly every collect n
hobby that Interests the boy and at the
same time sharpens his powers of ob
servation. PARTNERS OF TUB FOREST TRAIT
Wy C. li. Claudy. McUride, Nasi Co.
A wholesome story of the Great North
Woods. A boy and his sister camping
with their father In a Canadian forest
are captured by friendly OJIbwaya.
Through the timely assistance of one
f the squaws they escape from the In
dian ramp and make their way after
many adventures back to the blaxed trail
which little Nina has been thoughtful
enough to make. The boy. whose hump
of self-esteem is a little loo prominent,
and the girl, who Is lacking In self
reliance, both find In those adcentures an
Imprm Ing leeson. x
MOTH BR GOOSE Bv I olnlie Osgood
Grover. Illust ruled bv Frederick Rich
ardson, p. I". Vollnnd Co., New
One hundred and eight full page Illus
trations In colors, each a real work of
art. and. at the s:une time, an original
and pleasing Interpretation of the sccom
pan Itig verses, make the book one that
will be welcomed by every lover of th
This edition of Mother Goose Is, In
fact, a lumk for grown people an well as
An Interesting history of Mother Goose
and her entertaining family, told by Ku
lalle Osgood Orover, Is one of the fea
tures of the book, and an Index adds
not a little to its value.,
ARWV Rv Bertha H. and Ernest Cobb.
Itlverdale Press, I'.rookllne, Mass. II. uO.
The author of "Arlo" know the secret
of writing for children. As is evident
from the very charming dedication, they
alao know something about small boys.
No reviewer ran adequately describe In
small space the attractive qualities of a
book for little children like this one. It
is filled with gentle fancies, and it is
written In a at lei which reminds us
somewhat of "The Happy Prince," by
that genius Oscar Wilde.
THE FIRST CHRISTMAS. Arranged by
Harold Siieakman. Tho Abingdon Press.
W cents net.
Richly and lieaullfully Illustrated In
color with original drawings and decora
tive designs. Tho exceptional beauty of
the color combinations and the unique
designs remind on of the treasured vol
umes so exquisitely Illuminated by the
monks of long ago. A most appropriate
gift for a Christmas season.
THE PIG BROTHER PLAT-BOOK, bv
Laura E. Richards. Little, Brown A
Co. 60 cents net.
The favorite fables of Mrs. Richards,
In a form most suitable for child-acting
or "playing a atory" aa children call It,
CTNTRA. Bv Kllen Douglas Deland. D.
Appleton A Co. 11.35 not.
The experiences of a little old-fashioned
English girl who comes to Amrr
Ica to meet her stepmother and several
new brothers and sisters for the first
time. She fltula much to Interest and
astonish her In this new land. A charm
ing romance develops In which the call
to war plays an Important part.
Merchant Fleet foe r 'ranee.
BERNE, Switzerland (Via Paris), Dee.
S With the arrival here today in a hos
l al tmln from Constance, Germany, of
:.T wounded and Invalided French sol
dier tneie hittnn between France snd
Gcrmnny a new exchange of men in
capacitated for further fighting.
POLICE FIND MAN IN BED
WITH ALL HIS CLOTHES ON
Walter Srewatzyrc. 22 years old, on
trial In District Judge English's court,
with his companion, Steve Malnlepsty,
on a charge of brenklng and entering
Goodman Myerson's grocery store.
Twenty-fourth and Arbor streets, was In
bed at his hoine, fully dressed, with the
exception of his shoes, when the police
arrived, according to testimony given by
officers who arrested him.
Both young fellows are alleged" to have
admitted the crime to the police. They
testified on tho witness stand that they
were returning from a dance when they
saw another man break Into the store.
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It the hest cough and croup medicine I
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Jears and rsn recommend It for croup."
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