—are not permitting the season to slip by without having read, or planned to read, books designated by the best current criticism as:


The Origin of the Next War—John Bakeless ($2.50). Bursting with quiet facts.

Havelock Ellis—Isaac Goldberg ($4). Biography and criticism of "the most civilized Englishman"—fulsome but sound.

Our Times: The Turn of the Century, 1900-1904—Mark Sullivan ($5). Yesterday catalogued with all its pomps and properties.

Abraham Lincoln, The Prairie Years—Carl Sandburg (2 vols., $10). The country lawyer by a poet of the cornlands—tremendously human.

Light and Pleasant

The High Adventure — Jeffery Farnol...

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