Without Endorsing

Visitors in the U. S. last week included:

Garrulous, white bearded Mr. Smith, famed as Alfred Aloysius "Trader Horn," reached England, last week, on the S. S. Carmania, having voyaged from Manhattan with Richard Simon, a partner of the firm of Simon and Schuster, his publishers. Up to last week 168,000 copies of Mr. Smith's colorful autobiography, Trader Horn, had been sold. He, proud independent, left the U. S. without yielding to a single one of numerous tempting offers from advertisers who wanted to pay "Trader Horn" for endorsing their products.


Before wits could cry "Jack Robinson" at him, Passenger "John Robinson" on...

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