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THK liKK: OMAHA, SATURDAY,' MARCH 11, lOlfi.
THK 8TORT OP THK SUBMARINE. By
Kurehim Bishop. Nf York City. fl.
The Century Company.
A full account of the history and
achievement of the most spectacular
war machine of modern times the aub
martne. The author recount the roman
tic labors of Robert Fulton, who w
prouder of hi submarine flantlng lni
than of hie ateamboat; and of Simon
Lake, David Bushnell. John P. Holland
TTTB MARTTRS RKTfRV. Ry Perrlral
XV. AVella. Nerw York City. Bartlett
Publishing; Company. 11.00.
Mr. Well ha here given tie much to
think of. A a-roat amount of thought ta
condensed Into a hundred pate. Pe-K-rtbee
a conversation between Lincoln
and General Hasard, a veteran of the
civil war. The author la sever on aome
phase of the aoclal question, but endea
vors to cover the (-round broadly.
THf? ABTBS. Pr Nathan Kusay. New
York. The MacMIUan Company.
Being the adrenturea from childhood
to manhood, allowing the misfortunes
and temptatlnna which befell the hero,
all dragginr Mm down into the abyss.
Thla la the accond volume' of the eple
of the at recta entitled "Children of the
DRTTTINO WATERS. By Rachel Swete
Mr.Namara. Kew York. $1.26. U. P. Put
The rebellion of a youn girl, buddlnf
into womanhood, aaalnat the Jealous pro
pretorahlp of a mother's love. The daugh
ter' a fancy ta In time raucht In the
meshe of love, and the clandestine ex
preaalon of her attachment, which the
clrcumaUneea demand. Involve develop
ment of far reaching: Intercut to the
enfolding of the atory. The arena la I
part ' England and In part Eirypt the
haunting, glowing, throbbing Egypt that
the author haa again made o real.
GRETRTJDa ANT I. Trenalated by Adele
Jewlaohn from the German of Herman
Hesse. New York. The International
Monthly. $1.00 net.
Thla book doea not deal with the war
and ta a charming and pimple tale of
musical Germany. It contalna a fine love
story and reveala a phase of modern
German Ufa absolutely unknown to moat
THB IRON BTAIR. Bv Rita" (Mm.
' Pesmond Humphrev. New Nork: G.
P. Putnam' Bona. .1.86 net.
A powerful love story, full of charm,
complexity and daring unfolded In the
freah gore and heathef-atrewn Devon
shire moors and agalnat the dark back
ground of frowning prison wall. i
A atory full of exciting Incident, but
also evoking aerloue thought at a time
when the prison reform movement la on
ef th absorbing topic of the day.
ROerc rOTTINOHAM. By Netta Syrett.
New York: O. P. Putnam Bona. 1.35.
Th making of a modern woman. Th
story open In 1883 when Rose la 1 9
years old. and carries the rehclllou pre
cocious little heroine through that ban
ner period of social, literary and artistic
tmreat. punctuated by the "Savoy," "Th
Yellow Book," Oscar Wilde and Aubrey
Beardsley, th esthetic and earlier o
clallatto movenment. A vivid and force
ful picture true to the period.
Thompson. New York:
Stoke Company. 11.25 net.
Peggy, pretty, wilful, with a persis
tence tn getting her own way against all
obstacle, married Big Ed. "the catch
of three countries," whoae Inherent stub
bornness la thus brought Into dally con
flict with Peggy's dainty, but none th
leaa determined, will. Peggy believes In
progress. But Ed's conservatism flnda
Itself toppling before th persuasions of
the adorable Peggy. Where another
woman would cry and nag, Peggy smile
and everlastingly hustles. And ahe get
what she want.
THK HERMIT OF THB AIM HON
PAOKR. By Helia Tromr.lv. Huston:
feheniian. t rench as Co. 11.2 net.
On, of the moat Interesting books re
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human and clean and Introduce people
that on la glad to meet. In ahort. a
clever story of the mountains that will
captivate th Interest of th moat exact
ing. ONESIMUS THB
It.' IloyL Hon ton;
Co. 11.25 net.
fUVE. Pr Laurel
feherman, French A
A romance of th day of Nero. Blood
Urrtng, primitive barbarism and herolo
aeed characterised the time and career
cf Oneslmus. a commanding figure In
sacred history. Th actual record of
hta UXe, which ar th baala of thla nar
rative, furnish a plot more exciting than
eould be Invented.
Tit! OAKT.ETTTES. By K. T. Renaon.
ffJew York: George II. Doran Company.
II . net
Th story of a larg-ouled woman In
ft little, quaint town of rigid opinion
and conventions Th town la charming;
there la humor and grace In tha oddltiea
and whimsies of th Inhabitant; there
t a strong, deep Interest In th some
what belated love-affair of the splendid
heroine. All those whd have read "Dodo"
and "Arundel" will be glad to get hold
ef this new novel. Mr. Benson comes of
famous family and stand in th first
rank of th great realist.
t POSB. By Stella Benson. New Tork:
The Macmlllan Company. 1 36. . .
Tha gardener lovea the auf tragettel To
gether they start out on a remarkable
Journey, th on posing as a vagabond,
tha other a a desperate woman. The
people they meet and the experience
they have ar described In a wholly
original way and with a delightful
humor.. Th adventure of these two
taa them In time to Jamaica, with Its
coooanut palm and Its flaming orchlda.
ft background against which ther la dis
played with - much effectiveness the
author's power to tell a good story and
lo creat unusual character.
n-TTVED WINQ8. Py Rupert Hughe.
IS'ew Yors; Harper A Brothers. II. Si net
In thla dw novel Rupert Hughe has
entered quit a new field. Its boundaries
ar wider than those of hi atorle of
metropolitan society, alnc they embrace
tha life of a genius. He ha written a
colorful, absorbing story of an unusual
personality, a woman of great charm.
who, loving both her career and her hus
band, had to adjust "her life to their
HANPLB WITH CARE. By Margaret
-lurnDuii. jsew lorK: Harper A Dixjlh
ar. U-X net
An engaging atory of a woman who
dared take hold of a man' life in spite
of warning that It wa explosive. Full
cf tha warm human interest that charac
terized th author' earlier novel, "Look
TO ONE FROSI ARf'AIY AWTI
rriJiFK PUKMH. Hy Theodore: F. Hta
l-riiuiis. Boston: fclieiuuin. Krpnch A,
to. (1 net
Tha poems ar dlvidod Into two groups:
First, tlie lyrics and sonnets, which ar
alua!y word-painting of moods, such
YOUNO OREGON BEAUTY INAUGURATES NEW FAD It is wearing stockings
rolled to the ankle. Other beauties at Palm Beach, where the picture was made, have
enthusiastically adopted the idea.
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"The Sea Enchanted" and "Moon-
magic;" and second, metaphyseal poems,
in which the spirit la more Important
than tha form, a In "The ITnaeen Sculp
tor, ' 'Tha Trayer to Brahm," and the
short poem entltlod "Fate."
Thii are found the two great factors
hich are essential to real poetry. In
spiration and Interpretation. '
WAT.T, STREET 8TORIRS. Rv Edwin
efevre. New York: Harper A Brother.
In theaa ' Intimate atorle of "the
street," the author, like a keen-eyed,
experienced showman, point out to the
spectator the bull and bears, and telle
Strang tale of their habit and cus
toms. Mr. Lefevre' trenchant pen draw
the different type that fill the noisy,
traglo world of apeculatlon. Thla la a
hook which, every man who ever fol
lowed stock quotation will find of ab
sorbing Interest, and perahps he may
recognise well known Wall atreet charac
ter beneath their disguise.
TUB HOUSB OF MT DRKAMfl.
Anonymou. , Boston: Sherman, French
.- Co. 1.
Collection of short poem. Th delicate
touch of the poet Is discerned through
these poema. They will delight nd
brins; you face to face with the wider
optimism. - .
ZORRA. By -William M.1 Campbell.
Boston: Sherman, French A Co. l not.
A pootlo narrative, well done. A people
o remarkable a the Scots for.plctur
sque history, rugged good enaa and
character, and poetic temper, well de
serve such a setting as till for th pres-
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THE FONfl OP HIT. If OI.AR8. By
John O. Nelhardt. 'Tbe Alacmlllan com
pany, isew York. 11.25.
A long poem of epic nature dealing
with the pioneer life of the northwestern
United Statea. especially with the fur
trade and celebrating the herolo quali
ties In the live and character of, those,
who laid th foundation of the country.
THB LORD OF MISRITMQ A Nil
OTHER I'OKMS. By Alfred Noyea.
Frederick A. tttoke compny. $1.80 net.
Th. new volume contain everything
Mr. Noyea haa written (except "The Wine
Pre" and "A Belgian Chrlatma Kvo")
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1417 Douglas Street
alnce tne publication of the "Collected
Poema" In WIS. The title poem treats
of the author' best lyric style of an old
English May . day custom. Among the
other poem in th volume are "The Phi
Beta Kappa Poem" (Harvard, 1916,). "The
Searchlights," "A Salute t. the Fleet,"
"The Trumpet Call." The same lmpllclty,
rich lmgery. and splendid rhythm that
distinguished Mr. Noye' earlier vere
are evident in thla new volume.
THB DRRAMRR AND OTHER
POF.MS. Hy Kenneth Rand. Sherman,
Krem-h Co., Boston. $1 net.
This, the author' third volume, fulfills
tho promise of hi earlier work. There
are still the dominant qualities of buoy
ancy, nopefulneea, chivalry. fresh-air
vigor; hypocrisy, cant, any conception of
a God les human than humanity, is In
tolerable. But there 1 also greater ten
derness, more thoughtfulness; In their
philosophy of Uf I 1 P'1 nd mor
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tympsfhy. The vIMon la more certain,
ho touch deefrvedly anatired. Although
here r fewer poems In the collection,
he variety of veree form a well a
Me range of subject haa widened.
PHEf AND SPARKS. Py Richard
Wight man. New .York: The Century
company. fl.SS net
Poema tf the prairie, poema of the for
est, of the open air. Of youth and middle
age and old age, of winter and summer,
of adventure and heroism, of great men
and men who have only great feelings,
and especially poems of everyday people
and everyday Uvea. These make for the
book what one of the author' critic haa
aid, "a live wire for live people."
THE SEA WIND. Py William Col
bum Himtad. Boston: Sherman, French
A Co. II net. ,
A bonk of verse.' It 1 In the many,
the great army of men and women rub
bing shoulder In the work of the world
careless, perhaps, of It dramatic fire, but
quick to respond to the expressed beauty
of common thlpgs and experiences that
this author will find his most apprecia
LYRICS OF WAR AMD PEACE. By
Paul Williamson. Sherman, French A
Co.. Boston. 11.25 net.
The title of this collection of poem
hardly gives an adequate Idea of the va
riety of subject touched upon. To be
sure there are war poem "War Bells."
"Valediction Mllitaris." "The Modem
War Machine" and also poems of peace;
but In addition there are verses descrip
tive of the festivals of Thanksgiving,
Christmas and New Year, of the beauties
of nature' and the joys of bob-slcQding,'
a number of hymns and religious verse,
as well as In memoriam stansas. All
are written .with th assurance of one
who has experienced Tnuch In the realm
of mind fcnd spirit.
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