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sel during storms. The first harbor
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go ashore. Mr. Clements is surprised to
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defenses, so gum-dethat he had imagined, but very much like

cay tunnels through

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decay in its most

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Pyorrhea is most dan

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laxed. They recede. remote from the usual track. On the

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derness is present.

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breed bacteria which

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and cause many or

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the gums. It con

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was invited, and he chose to talk upon the hopelessly useless and altogether fascinating topic of dragons. All about their origin, birth, and death; what their insides are good for; where dragons came from; how they act; and what you had better do if you meet one. There isn't an atom of self-improvement in the book; no word of woman's future; nothing about the wage scale in Lancashire or Oregon. And, for our part-our own shameless part—we are content to let all the lofty domes talk as they will under the elms. We will step aside with Mr. Scott Stokes, and learn about dragons.



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By Orville E. Crain. The Abingdon Press,

New York. 50c.
A review of the history of this ancient
SOBRIETY. By Edgar Cole. The Meroduk Pub-

lishing Company, Philadelphia. $1.
The author intimates that Washington
won the battle of Trenton because his men
were sober and the enemy had been weak-
ened by alcohol. Mr. Cole's intentions are
doubtless better than his knowledge of his-

PLE. By Herbert Carleton Mayer. The Cen

tury Company, New York. $2.
"A text-book of adolescent religious edu-
cation in the local church."

Co., Boston. $1.
Six hundred and fifty attempts to concoct
a good epigram.

GENCE. By Vernon Lee. E. P. Dutton &
Co., New York. $1.
A critic of art and literature considers a
new theory of intelligence.

Dorothy Mills. G. P. Putnam's Sons, New

An introduction to the history of Greece.
RACE OR NATION, By Gino Speranza. The

Bobbs-Merrill Company, Indianapolis. $3.
The rivalry between loyalty to the race
and to the American Nation.
JOHN HEYL VINCENT. By Leon H. Vincent,

The Macmillan Company, New York. $3.50.
The biography of Bishop Vincent, with
references to the origins of Chautauqua.

and Frank C. Lockwood, D. C. Heath & Co.,

New York.
A guide to college life for girls.

Garrett. The Christopher Publishing House,

Boston. This book is described by the publishers as an advance study in organic and cosmic evolution presented through an unusual and absorbing sea story of high rank. Far be it from us to contradict them. WANDERINGS AND EXCURSIONS. By J. Ram

say MacDonald, The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Indianapolis. $3. Essays on travel and on politics by the former Prime Minister of Great Britain. He is an admirable observer and a true lover of nature. EVERYDAY LIFE IN ROMAN BRITAIN. By

Marjorie and C. H. B. Quennell. G. P. Put

nam's Sons, New York. The Romans lived longer in Britain than Europeans have lived in America, and this is a well-illustrated account of their life. THE TANGRAM BOOK. By F. Gregory Harts

wick. Simon & Schuster, New York. $2.30.
A story illustrated with colored designs
formed by triangles and squares. A word
with you privately-we have not read the

By Thomas James Norton. Little, Brown &
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BOUT fifty of our readers very kindly

responded to our plea for the answer to the Palmerston riddle, published in the August 19 issue, thereby showing themselves possessed of a keen knowledge of the Bible and a nimble mind. The answer seems to be the image that Michal, the wife of David, put in his bed in order to deceive his enemies who were coming to kill him. Together with the solution many people sent in other Biblical riddles which they desired to have solved. Here is one from Miss Frances Hastings, of Rochester. Can anybody guess it?

A SCRIPTURE PUZZLE Find two words of equal length, Equal in syllabic strength; Find them once and look no more, Vain the search in Bible lore. There we see them sundered wide, Elsewhere often side by side; Twice three letters each contains. Think not of time's earliest stages, Pore not o'er New Testament pages. On the intervening ground Both dissyllables are found. Common things the words denote, Things not seldom sold and bought; Bought and sold for sacred use, Both exposed to much abuse. One is little, one is great; Each has served both Church and

State; Though the great includes the small, Power does not to greatness fall. One the body, one the heart; Neither found to act apart; First in point of time, the great Still must for the other wait. One for many, one for few; Plain and ornate, old and new; Cheap and costly, foul and fair, Fondly sought and shunned with care. One for men alone to use, One designed for all who choose. Children of a tender age, Dullest boor and wisest sage; Helpful both and influential, They are not to man essential. While we pray they many abound, Ready substitutes are found. Now the Bible bids us prize them, Holds them guilty who despise them; Now for earth's advantage given, They will not be found in heaven. Such the words in mystery pent, Such the things they represent; Those who know their Bible best Soon will make successful quest.

Here is an exercise in punctuation. All those who have been reading Mr. Law. rence Abbott's articles on English grammar to the fore:

Every lady in this land
Has twenty nails on each hand.
Five and twenty on hands and feet,
This is true without deceit.

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NEVERAL times in the past our Messrs. Catterall and Bridge there is a

monthly collection of records has whole-hearted enthusiasm. The orches

contained what we might have tra is kept very much in the background, called an “imposing array” of worth-' but that is probably necessary to avoid a while selections. But now we realize confusion of sound that would obscure that at the time we had no conception the solo instruments. On the reverse of of the extent to which an "imposing the last record the extra space is utilized array" might reach. This month brings by the celebrated aria from the Overture

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by Robert Murcie and orchestra conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty.




by Lionel Tertis.
records. Columbia

other catalogue of the Columbia Master- tion as the “Air for- G String,” but is
works Series has been issued, and in it here played by Sir Hamilton Harty and
are some thirty-odd additions to the col- orchestra as originally written.
lection most of them major works, such


Played as symphonies, sonatas, quartettes, and orchestral suites. Incidentally, all of

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In four parts, on two records. these recordings were made in England. In certain ways this suite outdoes the

women of moderate means to invest on a It seems that England's thirst for the D Minor Concerto.' Some of the dances

par with large investors, by applying their highest forms of music on the phono- are full of life and movement; others, savings toward the purchase of our 7% graph has been greater than America's like the "Sarabande,” are sheer loveli- First Mortgage Bonds. and accordingly the British cousins of ness. One advantage for the phonograph

Also, because of the proven safety eviour own phonograph companies have of a suite is that each part is completed

denced by our record of no loss to any

inbrought out highly interesting and merion a single record face. There is no

vestor in 52 years, men and women who torious recordings of fine music. And sudden pause in the middle of a move- lack investment experience may invest now the American Columbia Company ment, as is the disturbing fact in a sym- with the same assurance as experienced has imported by the wholesale matrices' phony recording. The strings are excel- judges of securities. from the British Columbia Company and lent in reproduction; the flute is a little has presented the American public with overpowered. Mr. Murcie is at his best

Every Payment Earns 7% a really astounding collection of the best in the rapid and cheerful "Badinerie"

Under our Investment Savings Plan, after music. which closes the suite.

an initial payment of 10% (more if you

wish), you have ten months to complete Among the recordings are symphonies

(HACONNE FOR VIOLA ONLY (Bach). Played your purchase of a $100, $500 or $1,000 by Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven;

four parts, on

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There is something at least unusual in payments monthly, or at irregular inter

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payment earns the full rate of bond in

terest. Brahms, Franck, and Ravel. It is a dehappens, there is more than novelty in

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a month, you can get 7% interest without waiting to dance form. A large portion is composed accumulate the full price of a bond. the catalogue. The Columbia Company is to be congratulated on making a brave, of figures which are repeated and de

Bond Interest Compounded move. Unfortunately, the list is so great

veloped. But there is melody, too. The that it is impossible to comment on all viola covers a wide range, giving itself a

Another advantage of the Investment Savings Plan

is that you may compound your interest at the bond chance to exhibit its full warmth of tone. the records adequately in this month's

rate by applying your interest to the purchase of adcolumn. So a few will be reviewed now,

ditional investments. The results you can accomIn some double-stopped passages there is

plish in this manner are truly surprising. and more later.

all the sonority of the harmonizings of a
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Played by the London Symphony Orchestra you, at 7%, a monthly income of more than $50-a CONCERTO IN D MINOR FOR TWO VIOLINS

In four parts, monthly income greater than (Bach). Played by Arthur Catterall and John

your monthly investment. 6. Bridge, with orchestra conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty. In five parts,


An interesting expression of Oriental on

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atmosphere, with rich prismatic effects today, on the coupon below, One of the most popular as well as and exotic, dissonant harmonies. Mr.

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Investment Savings Plan. second movement, very similar in mood the other, as in imitation of the conflictto the famous Handel Largo, could be

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Philadelphia Smith Bldg.,

.,Washington, D.C. Minneapolis composition, and not lose a speck of its SYMPHONY NO. in C Minor (Beethoven). freshness. The whole concerto seems to

Played by the London Symphony Orchestra

conducted by Felix Weingartner. In eight sail in a sea of melody in which each of

conducted by Gustav Holst.
on two records. Columbia.




parts, on four records. Columbia. the solo violins vies with the other for From the baton of Weingartner comes

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most grandiose of Beethoven's sym

things as repeats
are taken into account. The symphony
is conducted with admirable contrasts-
especially the second movement. Its
chief weakness is in reproduction. The
famous double-bass passage

in the
scherzo, instead of being played with
powerful elephantine zest, sounds timidly
thin and remote. From the first we were
aware of a disappointed feeling that the
tone of the orchestra did not come out
as fully, clearly, and colorfully as it
should. And Beethoven's Fifth, even
when conducted by Weingartner, loses
much effectiveness when it lacks a full
majestic power of tone.
IN THE VILLAGE (Ippolitow-Iwanow); PRINCE

IGOR-Polovetzki Dance (Borodin). Played
by the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra con-
ducted by Leopold Stokowski. Victor.
It becomes more and more surprising
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tral recording. In the delicate scoring of
“In the Village” the deeper stringed in-
struments as well as oboe and violins
sound almost too vividly real. Right in
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phonograph out of which the sound
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PIRATE SONG (Stevenson-Gilbert); CAPTAIN

STRATTON'S FANCY (Masefield-Taylor).
Sung by Reinald Werrenrath. Victor.


Two rousing good tunes, especially Deems Taylor's setting of John Masefield's "Captain Stratton's Fancy.” The latter is far from commonplace. The words get lost in the shuffle, which is a pity, for the whole character of the song depends upon the telling of the goodly narrative.





will make your holidays happy days -winter or summer,

Piano Rolls

(Arranged by
Sowerby). Played by Leo Sowerby. Ampico.

We cannot refrain from placing first Have You a Specialty?

among the piano rolls a setting of this

gay little country-dance tune which must Do you make extra good jam or

be familiar to almost everybody. It is candy, or put up pickles that your

the one to which the would-be humorists family and the neighbors rave about? Does your green tomato conserve beat

sing “The Assyrian came down like a anything that's sold in the stores, if you

wolf on the fold." In Sowerby's piano do say so yourself ?

arrangement it is put through elaborate Why not sell some?

paces. The result is a piece of genuine If you can make any delicacy that is

beauty. There is an atmosphere of unusually good, adoertise the fact. De

charm altogether strange for this overvelop a market for your home-made familiar little reel that has emerged from wares through the MART OF THE many a rustic fiddle or accordion. UNUSUAL. Write and tell us what

SYMPHONY NO. 5–First and second movements you've got that's different, and let us

(Tchaikowsky). Played by Albert Stoessel. quote rates and help you with copy.

D'uo- Art.

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