Poem from The Sun, April 2, 1912. By McLandburge Wilson.
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From the painting by Gabriel Max. From The Sun, March 31, 1912.
During the prevailing coal strike abroad the stern rule always enforced against carrying over a limited number of passengers on train cars was broken by…
Knicker — But this parrot doesn't say a word.
Dealer — My dear sir, that simply shows his intelligence.
A coat of embroidered and lace trimmed white linen, an embroidered white crepon gown, and a simple lingerie frock. From The Sun, March 3, 1912.
Poem from The Sun, February 25, 1912.
Fond parents who were shocked a few years ago at reading of the graduation from Harvard of William James Sidis, son of Prof. Boris Sidis, a psychologist, at the age of 15, and later of his lecturing learnedly on mathematics before a group of graybeards, stunning them all with his prodigious knowledge, have now something new to say about precocity. The boy wonder was said to be a normal child except for his tremendous brain, but that any child could so far outdistance his fellows was rather a reflection on the O'Reilly and McGillicuddy offspring who had started even with him.