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THE'HvOVO HERAID r n --t w ))r 0 ' I - mm m - .... - - 1 x . if aNK 1 t r mn n ii rr S! VT mi i .nrza'r- 'i 'f ' mm m w v h . w w ' t rw c7 t i ..it m m - . ... ;ri i r. ft , v- -i lroMt- fr'ft rFiw-,j- 1 i y, y;v i 1 ii3i. 5 : .4 7V-W- - 1 K.AiH.. A TMI BVIVPIWt PUBLIC ' 0W-4h- at OC city and" town "I .and village; hae fcegwn! either to 'spruce up" or to talk fileut doing it, having come ofa suddeu to the conclusion that perhaps after all it Isn't exactly beautiful, the question has arisen: "What can we do about it!'.' This question is ccfmlng into the 'offices of architects and officials of various "sorts these days from ati parts pf the country. And something is' being done about deal indeed, Before we of the present generation are all comfortably' rfact, a very great . in our graves we will see vast changesrjust. B8 astonishing- - changt'g : as we -- have Been since we were children, and. one of the most striking will: be the, great metamofiibosis" fcASIC...5TYI..IN it-l- r'a a"- 5j'-2Xl- -- id n I - - btlNt W5tP " Ml At ILDI M ri (yG 11 X' O - . " ftSk J! ,f, , ? : .. - ... " ' W UrtT :. ... I ' X:A P - A . .." - AMLIljtk(llMiWW)l1 J' . I .- ml- XOv - t :" 1 :;!' VT A Vs ' ' Wyi l.V ... M ... - t. - y tj;'. .4 1 I. 1 ''v::...v.;,4 :4i:yIMpijINCi Pus., op VT Twt. ; 7; H i ..'. I .:j , 't INC P Pe.TVt- pepiop.. tp0M)toM. QTrttP-wiS- tbHitiqw n : ifl Ah t or totoNifci. AKMtitTvm so OVIWOH4,T $ ffT(IM "MSTAKtH Art put 6Vvnp.n, from ugliness to practical, helpful beauty fr.. foundings. In ,, our twc tothi VCKV tv. sur- OL& iTfur-oBvi(.piN f deuces, from - wrr i m "tAV.If. WRle vlA1 -- il lilt TTA . OHIO 7 ' . ' tullt '.v Our big cities, which have the hardest problems of J JO to 100 ; ,. X I m Iniiirr u iiiifciriiIilil'fcMM.if!ntfwii,,.Wiiiwwlii t iMwi ..it. mlilill'ii aj ' unloveliness and Inconvenience (which usually go hand ' years ago. He says they are beautiful specimen of pure nent vlsitofs ' is to have an V AT VTM A COSTLY FRENCH OF. ETRAVA4HBJluOlMi THt tt,. In hand) are employing commlBsions oriearned expertB h old Colonial architecture, the one style that is WATCl Or BOfA WHOLLY iVIT " example af'ihe other TO iTV PWIS MINT to tell them what they ehould and can do, The smaller American." Wemay agree Ibat they are pleasing. We - Uprontiv .nnmu a'nnJtwylON " ' ' : cities are following suit with local art commissions and don't, perhaps, know why, but we think it la 'Just be-- priated $14000000 for a new I" ometlmes they send for an expert.. The towns and vll-- cause they, are old.. It has . , nAvait oiuim; ; . 1. 1a ... . v.l.r. w V lages have local improvement associations and art culthey were not Jar Inferior to ! IZ SYtpmatln unit lillciilnin k..iu ture clubs and they are all working m the same" direc- .otherwise highly embellished residences with the .corners lng operations, the BUDervisine architect had nothing to rfirtatPrt to It RWallnwPrt th "Rnrtnr, mcr- tion; j 'EL d0c was therefore.perhaps.natural that the winning " advice on rivers making and bar- expert contemplated se"What's all this fuss about our town being not good' 4 designs,. passed on y .laymen evidently lacking did-s- o ? bors Improvements-compulsorIt but YTX witha best as business man, who prides ands ately through the tr ' but aBCernwM..9t.iaM,:jom.te t0r buildings rtto&tbe-- ry enough?" asks the face. was we It was scorn Just Vlitth3tremoanVoFsentiment, supposed "It for all this art himself on his In style 'and- wlthX ;" However--' the '7. " president's council, of fine arts Is an and as such, of course, not b be'encourageC ,2 ' and it's good enough good enough for my folks before-m- e whhA factland for. severaf years we have been , f.Ut 4 for me. vTrn'maklng money Ain't We aft pretty pros' mn.n..,vof buuv .v u. toV i v iuau vjv Auttau lunu.auu.iuvauuii ur Liie .irauiLionH or ine getting beautiful postofflces at the rate of a; hundred Pf tox TTTe ".V a to hundred new the point country. perous?" people nearly years grow up """'""r In ihn Fn-- h ptT'T1 moria Li "vdq r IVTa now ifina pt ntAnf kn llrllntm ata - a 1af -- Ye, eltibrTkKyk-ftt-ott hereerclalBTeTrrg"ennyappreclate the' arcEiteo very fine. of Its kind, and done by an architect of note . nf wKBtU onf, th,9 rival down the line. It's got a new postofflce that's a tural worth of their own inheritance. The awakening is (and Trench IralulngTrbut it has the one fatal et Cmp,ele' bUt We are -'- nvWy fast, in: .being wholly -sis the beauty. It's on a square with trees around It and the new table. Andjust-"-asability deed' - ' town hall opposite and a fine new hotel and three newit Is the first prin- p.rl?c,pI.e ot eood will not onlv exleneratioODebeelniJtnat-wm r a t b BttvtAnnm mammae i h i. stores are coming In on the square. The farmers are i. Ad ..ite.cun5 il we il. uow euse a lave beautiful architecture but architecture distinctly are returning 10 t .in7uiuig what we can saying that we haven t any attractions- overhereangjtandar our. forefathers set 7 Amertoanrzy:- inis-caseservenen Is ine.. naval raa1tipns.viDat..weraieIrfl.ta being Annapolis academyIn. " " th new r fpnr, a Bt nr V7? . nnn hadn't been ...In Annapolis . ''I wondered" whrtEaTman-Jenkin- s Where the United States -- much cited these davs aa a tvDical and flaerant eiamDle , r rno utiSL r i t wRnin?Tnn rT zzriiBimri mnar.'nr rapnt nimninp or au 18 wnat president Kooseveit sought" to prevent when be oia Awiuai iownimost-everyT-- vai acaatmy , iiw.weew,wwi,iue,i-i!.iULjmjrwior business marvand scratches his head to aid lnthe precF- building Is In that style. Two or three years ago con- - appointed the council of fine arti andf " lation of the.new idpa. gress made an appropriation for a new postofflce there, gave it power over all executive building and jmrk opera- SJ. And so a new convert is made to the belief that good - The matter war referred to the office of tbe supervising tloni recently..' He Incurred the wrath of congress by )hl u - 1 1 PMXIW r u ii.ih . -r - " ' - MtK"thia'--un-Tt.'ir-wi-s.- our.modeituW'Z - hard-heade- - ; , S d l. , rs- the-Ht- ms - hy' -- -- Hs .ab, - oVjT1 f I e postof3ce.-rAnnapol- ,.i - - firsUoSTSS ( .. -- i,- ?- . m 1 - - . i y Sevrl SSTlht !&?!U:tr ;i - 'r . . - - bttt.-Mswe- t J x & y-r ' of-t- he 'T,w-nnatnmf- " is, .p tl-sl- - - -- u -- much-discusse- d " - the package and label or of the seller or the store, the building., the street oV the town. A pleasant view of Now-th- e n. uv- - , irrcMtect; Mislnr man r,f tn ;r j - : u vue.iuauer oL.ns.peuy powers... out ""vv. j ."."MLJgy": ""' saw iui me uig oiuy Kina ot a pesiomce tnai k V,T,nona tu.uMv.iB vv .gives pleasure just as surely as 4oesj a. Dleasant face. wheffier'ltKe"yle"w"'be of canned gfto'da or" dress goods or factories of mountains. A . And the fact must be admitted that with the American people as a whole looks have been considered less In the past than almost anything else. 4 So - true la this that we even forgot- - what wedld once know- about beauty, about and attractive that were pleasant: bulling... farmhouses . 1. ' .. .. . . . . in . .ana tn.I tone ouuamgs mat were aigntnea reaaiy nanu-j . , .. we may-- nave, inougnt we .ma. out now ..we m t.m-,t in.' tanjjht how 'llttlq ye' really wnderatoo'a.;.--"-j-r.:7'Our forefathers knew, though, and they: set us an ex- we are juhi utiuuuig iu arni'ie. me exoeuence-oiwni- cn - y110y,imm i y,,.1,.- nrlnll .,f v,:' yl y.yl ovMon ),. H V q una uctu o Be-ai- so sipai yuymar voicea tgf - qwnacu- - the snirit V, w m "6" democracy dignity and 10 me vaiue or uie an siae 01 me ana to ine pressing iaie. .ne and it seems to have been some With simplicity strength would be harmonious, pleasing and creditable among all need for federal reform and the establishment of stand-thos- e such idea as this that created the Colonial style. ; "Colonial .houses would be one of the Colonial ards and methods that will help the individual comma-styl- e. Without forgetting he beauty and Inspiration of our At first Annapolis was Inclined to be disappointed. nitlfis, to help themselves, So great, In fact, is. the sent!-- : we have at last found time to go Colonial architecture, mem notn mat tne house and senate are bemgJprceqL "We are tired of Colonial, they said. ."Why can't you back To the old world to renew our nearly lost traditions. to consider bill? do Intended to us' Anne the In Queen someifatng give byjawwhat president The result Is a widespread revival of the classic" style, - executive order; 4urn the supervising architect's of-So Mr: Taylor explained and discussed and went on diiby . . .. O A ! a i 1 1 flytA rt ilia Tyi nt ..(. It V Inty. t.1 lHtAnn Any, .aQdifleltflL jMlt. chajiged jBdlUQna.aiid a .new and. dis...ii un-m"w wiiu uis but so (fundamentally true to the Amer tinct over vision nationality, the,, buildings and parks of all departments uuice, . puoiograpu 01 wmun is jsnown oninia . page ican snlrlt that we may feel at least thatv wetare oriJthe. and add an advisory :cpiinctt.jcomposea lea4lDg-a- r road to an expression of purselves that will picture us -tects, painters and sculptors. in the work of the wipervising architect's office and J truly tojposterityj-- v , " It is even possible, .will bei forced by tha ... . s there. : Jurne.Oa Washingtott-iroja-a--vislt, pass . such a to demand: public , measure, though ttere .j... reciate..;..L,i fin w Wi..Ia.I .n Amnlr aiY. Ttt,.1yi. nn4 It. J. m.lAirn.1 nn Is little doubt that they Will avoid doing 'so If they can," 1, Tha founders of the republic, the men of Washington s , v . , . at -- least until after President Roosevelt gosg out of ' : ." Mir.- bronght with them- from the old world fine tradk f, 1 coutaa una vt?-X- r re" Aimapyns. an poBiomce.ia for the inherited Instinct ;T'Offikjrhmen--- l JuL2b.ai.ext afiatfon,. timi of the beautiful and - TheyJ built- - conrthouscar Etlll "Btand-i- . J ine "a 1 : v alue of e! mpltclty; bureau' are especially 1 7 "A picture recently pablished In Munich shows that the; lW5lnS of the need of such . ... .. in the old south and of New locautyj... v , RPnt of-- th naHonBi in a desire to be in many little towns peculiar vanity which - manifests-Itsel- f at in the rmmprniia ' -- ' 'At-t."-:nf- i to marched nava h 't.n that iZiI L:ud that .later. generatl.Onad.csplaed iv....t.i i,iAm; ptiba nf iiixnrv i :.jihntwfhh( " . . ... . .. . . . , ., t 1. y M r ) -- niKhborhood thorousrhlv for nne hour nnfl imi' V ratners ,' vur iwent uew a 1 y :ave oeCOTOO IXio iuouwmi Wf are nose were !. in remn Buom tnat ouut payw. is in yiviura Dunaings apparent. ju ' on ttmoklnsr tVio nf Ptitnrw tfin In EtonHinc "ITormpd ruins :laat main nf ooriv , v. These oM courthouses, set In the midst of, take my oath there is not a building in It less than' 75 mpn n hnlMtnp . ... tha nor) W &U VMV 3I i t J jlDIV. V ' h. " .UUV "d UlQ ;:; . '. old. ont ol them, propped up against tue detris,'are monument to the sincerity, the lhteuigencejandr c' ; trfi r,1 aro genufaely beautiful, but It has taken years unified " "Did. you notice that?' said the architect, pointing to "a the good taste of that time. - More than that, they were ' ight mutilated corpse. a" t;a.:red years to find it out and profit by it fethe picture i this " " photograph on the wall cf.fc.ls office.; to a definite and all embracing group 7 gend: 'The Indian coaijt has been infested' for hundreds we lost i iitJ iratliiions ot tae ioreramers ana aiau t according was the answer.-- " "Certainly, that was one of thenVto pa tack to .the old world tor a new stock.- plan, thai of Maj, I'Enfant, which (as not .been Improved -- of years by Malaga pirates. Recently a body, of Euro--upo- n - . 1 ana langhed. mat uiun in ;t to this day. In later years not only was this, great beans, conducted by natives, pursued and captured one iin.s!niy, tainss hiUiost comrtiment I have received in and nolle plan lost sight pf. entirely but; such architec? whr.t is the matter with vis that "That 'is-thof these robber bands, jwhom they bound and cast Into l.n'-i- 1 ?t cur buildings and go- home the ton vars I havo boon In this cttice," he paid. tural and .monumental monstrosities .were, produced for pagoda," which they then blew up with ;dynamite.N-- . The" 'And now Annapolis, which,- by il. 'way, has men who posed for a 'picture,-- in which they scorned to the uses of .the govcrnmetit or the honor nortahaH" reconct!-.- l to Its Colonial pnstofHco "lnep it h. ux-- in v.Il le cne cf tl'e" great Amtricua- - jokes Tor ploat over the dcedrthei fruit of which form a iha crroro. AH thro ui U Lho south, f d;e lionifs. " 1;m lipsnt enthusiastic comuscnts cf ts ussi-- y tn I i".; 01.1 rcsi- mh . Im t.Ui Botnp fitrprnund ttcrf nil ., v.ilj;"..y menunrfl Of'-O- . ;ixrjr rri . 1 1 1 1 . 1 ! -- j.vaiui.iuui jiiiiwiiw A w r r" A '-'- - . r .. - ut-whlch 1 . V. that-congres- He-ato- nce -- ' 'NoRssnser'-answered'theofBcta- l.-"! :., ls, n .-u . y r k um-tho- ... '.- ' Sure Cure For Pirate -- ' v- - ' s i Vojxvi"