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By the Way
Fritz KREISLER, the famous violinist

, exist legally it is no crime to steal it.... spent his vacation last year in the Michael Arlen is reported to have made Maine woods. He went there for a rest, $180,000 during the past year. . . . Paul and consequently did not overexert him- Whiteman, of orchestra fame, has reself physically. His guide could not un- jected an offer from the Famous Playersderstand the virtuoso's conception of Lasky Corporation of over one million rest, and complained: "He no fish; he no dollars for three years of forty weeks hunt; he pay me $4.50 a day, and all I each. He claims that he will make more got to do is sit around and listen to him than that from his concert tour. ... play damn fiddle."

When Ellin Mackay disobeyed her

wealthy father and married a Jewish imA German actress has just received

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$300,000. ten biggest newspaper stories of 1925 from the editors' standpoint. They are: The canny Scot was not quite sure Evolution trial at Dayton, Tennessee; whether business might keep him away the Shenandoah disaster; Floyd Collins from his evening meal. . "Jeannie, my entombed at Cave City; Gunnar Kas- girl,” said he to his wife ere he left home son's race to Nome; the coal strike; the

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very quickly. This is evidenced by thi won't have it. Broadcasting has been

recent serious illness of “Nick” Forsh

and the disclosure of his penniless condi attempted in those countries, but given

tion. He had won $800,000 in one sea up for lack of public interest.

son at the New Orleans track. Some of Frank J. Wilstach's collection

From the Boston “Transcript:” of last year's best similes:

“They say she is a very brilliant con Helpless as a cross-word puzzle fiend without a pencil.

versationalist.” Unimportant as a new scratch on a

"Yes; you should hear her play four-year-old car.

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of the Long Island and New Jersey the story of her life to one of the Hearst

realty development people have adopte papers in New York for $1,000, with the

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has furnished in the realm of tain form of worship and

natural science may be valuable a method of living in

to the non-scholastic and nonaccordance with the things you

professional reader." learned in Sunday school or

Dr. Abbott's volumes assume from sermons ? Or does it mean

this truth of the principle of to you a faith and a power be

evolution as defined by Professor yond yourself whereby you seek

Le Conte. And he admits no to satisfy your emotional needs,

ground for controversy in the gaining stability of life ex

deeper underlying questions; pressed in acts of love, charity,

“He who believes and service ?

in the evolution of revelation no Or does religion mean to you

longer has to tease his mind, a life itself,“ mystical in its roots

arguing that the creative days and practical in its fruits"? Or

were æons, that the sun standing do you like to think of it, above

still was an optical delusion due all, as “communion with God,

to peculiar refraction of rays, a calm and deep enthusiasm, a

and that some whales have love which radiates, a force which

mouths big enough to allow the acts, a happiness which over

passage of a man. He frankly flows”-in short, a state of the

treats the stories of creation, soul?

of Joshua's campaign, and of Do you find it easy in these

Jonah's adventures as literature days of religious ferment and

characteristic of the childhood argument and turmoil to hold

age of the world and looks for steadfast to the faith that has

the moral lessons which are bebeen within you? Or do new

hind them.” and disquieting fears crowd in LYMAN ABBOTT-PROPHET OF MODERN TIMES Here, then, are two volumes to haunt your mind, making you

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THE OUTLOOK, January 27, 1926. Volume 142, Number 4. Published weekly by The Outlook Company at 120 East 16th Street, New York, N. Y. Subscription price $5.00 a year. Entered as gecond-class matter, July 21, 1893, at the Post Office at New York, under the Act of March 3, 1879.

Iowa,

The Mail Bag i

Jews, Protestants, and Catholics
An Open Door for the probably be neither Jew nor Christian,
Open Mind

and would be one small atom toward the

working out of God's great plan when A s a Jewess, I cannot but be inter

the peoples of the world will be one. ested in the articles appearing in

H. K.-R. The Outlook relative to Mr. Seitz's article "Jews, Catholics, and Protestants." I have just read the issue for December

In Boston They Divided and 23. My life, too, has always been spent

Got Licked in Christian communities. In fact, we were the only Jews in my home town for In your issue of December 16 Mr. a period of fully forty years. Only twice John F. Gilroy, in commenting on in the history of our family has there Mr. Seitz's article on "Jews, Catholics, ever been a feeling of prejudice even and Protestants,” asks, “How is it that hinted at. And each time it was by the Boston elected a Protestant Mayor when Methodist minister. It is with some seventy-five per cent of its population is show of satisfaction that I tell you in Catholic?" I am in a position to entach of the above-mentioned cases the lighten Mr. Gilroy as to why a Protesoffending minister was transferred to a tant Mayor was elected in Boston. The new parish the following year. My Catholic politicians of Boston have been A hot, well made cup of father was a pioneer in this little north- badly split for a number of years, and delicious ern Iowa town, and was dearly loved by this year, while fighting among themboth rich and poor. When he died, the selves, allowed a Protestant Mayor to be entire community, including all the min- elected. As for any of the Catholic isters in town, paid their homage to his Democratic vote going to a Protestant memory and respect to his family. Republican, it is too absurd for consid

I am a teacher of the violin. Myeration. The percentage of Catholics in: work has taken me into positions in two Boston is estimated by authorities to be will appease these keen itate schools as well as into a Congrega- about sixty-five per cent. The total vote

appetites and also provide ional college, and I have never felt that of the last election was 182,063, of which

considerable nutrition. leing a Jewess was a barrier. I have the successful candidate received 64,492, lever concealed the fact of my origin, or 35.42 per cent. The seven Catholic

Dr. Louis Fischer, former in nd I know this: because I have not con- candidates received a total of 115,524, or

structor in Diseases of Chil

dren at the New York Post ealed it-in a feeble way-I have 63.45 per cent, which goes to show that

Graduate Medical School and rought light to many a Protestant mind none of the Catholic votes was wasted

Hospital, lists cocoa in

diet for school children. ; to what a Jew may be. (My bit on the Protestant Republican candidate. iward home missionary work.) For This has always been the case in Boston

Walter Baker & Co.Ltd. tree years I made my home with a fine politics.

Established 1780 atholic family, and I know no Jewish Now let us look on the other side of

DORCHESTER, MASS.

MONTREAL, CANADA iends who could replace to me the love the fence. In 1921 there were four ad devotion of these Catholic friends. candidates for Mayor, three Catholics

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sent free think my Christian friends-Baptist, and one Protestant. Out of a total of ongregational, Methodist—all lose sight 161,186 votes cast, the Catholic candiour difference in belief, small as it is dates received 156,896 votes, the Protes

reality. Their loyalty to me has tant candidate 4,268. The Protestants loved this fact time and time again, joined hands with the better class of ith tremendous force.

Catholics in an unsuccessful attempt to I have heard many a Jew talk in the elect the best man. Again, there was the rain of The Outlook article for De- Hon. David I. Walsh elected in a strong mber 23, and I cannot understand it, Republican State for Governor and Asthma, Spasmodic r such prejudice has never appreciably United States Senator by receiving thou

Croup. Bronchitis

Coughs, Influenza luched me or mine. I have no desire sands of Protestant votes, the writer's

A household remedy avoiding drugs. Cresobecome Christian, although all my life being one.

lene is vaporized at the bedside during the

night. It has become in the past forty-six years as been spent among Christian people. The City Hall in Boston is as free the most widely used remedy for whooping o quote from the December article, from Protestants as the Desert of Sahara

cough and spasmodic croup.

When children complain of sore throat or Church-going people have destroyed is of water lilies!

cough, use at once. at possibility by their very example.” I believe such a condition should re

while am content in my Jewish faith in the ceive the most possible publicity, and will ne Great God who has been good to appreciate it if you will publish the

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Cover : A portrait of Don C. Seitz by Johan

Bull. Reproduced by courtesy of our excellent
contemporary,

The Forum
The Mail Bag: Jews, Protestants, and

Catholics—An Open Door for the
Open Mind; In Boston They Divided

and Got Licked .
Is the President So Far Wrong, After

All?
What Is a Senator ?
Politicians Will Be Politicians
Common Sense in the Senate
Compromising Taxes .
Come, we stay too long

Cartoons of the Week
The Aluminum Investigation
Buoying the Air
Truth-or a Good “Story”.
'The Cave Dwellers of To-Day
Crooks of the World, Beware! .
The Golden Horseshoe
Testing Germany's Ability to Pay
Will the Dawes Plan Succeed ?
Clavilux
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“ Bickering”. About the Weather
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