The stamp of a real publisher's personality always descends upon his properties. The gold may be old, but the mintage is the publisher's. Everyone knew that there would be a new face on the coin when Cyrus H. K. Curtis took control of the New York Evening Post (TIME, Dec. 31). Last week, readers examined the new currency. It had undergone a great Curtismorphosis.

In type and in form of "make-up" it had acquired a startling likeness to the Public Ledger (Philadelphia). It bore the names of Mr....

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