Art: Important Wedding

In front of the Concert Hall in Stockholm, Sweden, stands a 24-ft. figure of Orpheus, demigod of Music, sinewy and poised in bronze, with his great lyre lifted and one hand just sprung from the strings. In a circle of fountains below him eight listeners, wakened from death, turn outward and upward toward the music.

In front of the Union Station in St. Louis, U.S.A., is a large and undistinguished plaza cleared in 1931 and named after the late Alderman Louis P. Aloe. To St. Louis swelterers for seven summers Aloe Plaza has offered...

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