The Press: New Raiment

Two important magazines appeared last week with conspicuous changes in dress.

The Saturday Evening Post fell into the line of its competitors by illustrating one of its love stories in color—not merely in two colors, like Colliers and Liberty, but in four colors like Ladies' Home Journal and Woman's Home Companion.

Scribner's increased its page size and altered its format to something generally resembling Forum. Feature titles blazoned on the orange cover seemed more provocative than usual: "Hoover Can Not Be Elected," by Elliott Thurston; "Mill Girls," by Sherwood Anderson; "A Bride in a...

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