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VISITOR to the recent Book Fair in Florence, Italy, says in the "American Printer" that among the surprises of the fair was a large exhibit from Soviet Russia, containing many newspapers. "One would think," he says, "that when the Soviet presses are not busy printing currency they print newspapers." Poland's exhibit of books and posters was distinctive and artistic, in the opinion of this observer, while "Germany in her shrewd and clever manner had arranged a very large exhibit." America was represented, but only in a small way, "her meager representation being due in part to the late day at which many American houses were notified of the fair."

The tribulations of a non-Italianspeaking visitor to the Florence Book Fair are humorously hit off by the writer above quoted, in describing his attempt to get to the Pitti Palace. He wrote "Palazzo Pitti" on a piece of paper and showed it to the cab driver. The man seemed to understand, and started. "After a while he seemed to become possessed of a bright idea, for he turned and rattled off a lot of words among which I recognized 'Michelangelo.' repeated the word to show that I understood that much. Soon we began to go up a grade, and becoming uneasy I again showed him my pad with the words 'Palazzo Pitti' on it. He stopped


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BY THE WAY (Continued)

the horse and talked a lot; I got out my guide-book, and finally I found that we were on our way to the monument of Michelangelo on the heights above Florence. We finished the trip, the scenery was decidedly interesting, but I did not get to the 'Palley Petey.'"


Under the head "The Necessary Hyphen" a contributor to "The Writer" says that many newspapers make their headlines unintelligible by omitting the hyphen. "THE PANGERMAN PLOT UNMASKED," he says, looked like a man's name so far as its second word was concerned until it was realized that it meant Pan-German. Another instance quoted is, "BRIDE TO BE KILLED BY MOTOR CYCLE." Here "bride-to-be" was meant.

Another omission that confuses the reader is the lack of a space between two words. A sign in a leather shop in New York reads: LEATHER FOR ALLUSES, FINDINGS, ETC. The passer-by at first may conclude that a g has been left out and that "galluses" is meant; then he may consider that he is not up with the dictionary and fancy that "allus" is some new device. Finally it dawns on him that ALL USES is meant.

Speaking of newspaper headlines, an amusing mistake occurred in the New York "Times" of August 19. Senator Jones, of Washington, was reported as saying of President Harding's address, "The Government can take no other attitude." A subhead above the paragraph read: "CAN'T FAKE NO OTHER ATTITUDE." A later edition corrected the aspersion on the Government to this innocuous rendering: "Can Take No Other Attitude."

British notions of propriety on the bathing beaches are more rigid than ours, as may be seen from the following extract from an English paper:

The authorities at Brighton seem determined to play the rôle of Mrs. Grundy, for they summoned three lady visitors for not entering the sea from machines. The ladies wore long cloaks over their bathing costumes, and there was not the faintest suspicion of impropriety. The Bench rightly turned the matter into a farce, and ordered the girls to pay ninepence each as costs. A very discreditable prosecution!

A man who had the misfortune to have bow legs was advised by a friend, according to the London "Morning Post." to repeat the Coué self-hypnotizing formula every night thirty times: "Every day and in every way my legs are getting straighter and straighter." Unfortunately, he miscalculated the number and repeated the magic words sixty times every night. As a result he is now knock-kneed!

The Professor (as quoted by the Boston "Globe")-"I noticed you were talking during my lecture this morning."

Student-"I beg your pardon, sir. I do not recall it. I must have been talking in my sleep."


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