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and powerful interpretations of our times by the artist whose change from the New York Sun to the New York Evening Post gave the latter newspaper opportunity to say that when for the first time in its history it decided to add a cartoonist to its regular staff, it had obtained the services of the ablest cartoonist in America. Whether dealing with politics or war, social subjects,

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humorous
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situations, portraits, Cesareis always he is known as such throughout this country,

while his work is reprinted in European periodicals more often than that of any other American cartoonist.

His drawings have been characterized as expressing " the point of view that seeks not merely pleasantness or decorativeness or the suggestion of sympathetic anecdote, but rather the sincere reprea sentation of life as seen by men of character, humor

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insight."

His work satisfies to the utmost the definition of the difference so often not clearly understood between the cartoon and the caricature the caricature merely makes you laugh, the cartoon makes you

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS .

.. YI "Et Brute ?" One hundred years Going ! Going ! . Very clever. Forcing the Dardanelles " —a ! nightmare right. . Dividends on " a scrap of paper Belgium restored dulcis amor patriae Honey . the peacemaker Another eviction On wheels A frightful jest . 1915 Cabaret Rouge " .LIST The fifth circle of Hell OF ILLUSTRATIONS — Continued War staggered: "What crimes are committed in my nam The octopus Spring. The goose-step Between the devil and the deep sea Always sure to report Hoisting it again Munchausen Too late again . it unto one OF THE LEAST OF THESE.. but how long can he keep ! it there Cease firing The spirit of '48 No MERCY Dropping the pilot In the Englishman's home The voice of the people "The glory that was Greece. Close up these factories Sherman was Be neutral ! They agree on one thing: "Guilty! Will he get him ? Emperor William introduces peace The dual throne Hunger. and the grandeur that was Rome " Inasmuch as ye have done done it unto me" tu.

. . if — which flag . ... ........ slip 143 145 147 149 151 (?) 153 155 157 159 161 163 165 ... .. ... 191 5 Bringing up reinforcements Ecce homo! Washing his hands There 's many a These died that these might live The phantom convoy The man with the sword Printemps The American war-dog The riddles " Le jour de gloire est arrive On the road The hostage " " Why continue the struggle I Now remember what Atlas .........67 169 Can't you " see we 've won on sea and 171 173 175 told you The German blew up submarine 'commander's ....... accurate conception of the boat h 177 "I can not tell a lie: he did it ? with his little submarine' ............. ... . .. .. 187 189 191 193 195 "The " situation continues satisfactory" May the sparks never reach it 197 Let the bugles sound the Truce of God to the whole world forever 199 . peace is still withheld from the nations of 183 185 " that... .LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS — Continued The international law court Christmas cheer.. John " ! . . .. 179 Awaiting orders " It is not Germany's fault Europe" "Go easy with " Unceasing was the play of wretched hands Thirsty Grief Via Verdun . ....... " ? .

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az<YW THEY ARE ALL RED TO HIM [l] .

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Suggested by Dore's picture WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH YOUR BROTHER ABEL?" [31 .

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' THE KAISER: "MY HEART BLEEDS FOR ANTWERP. TOO [5] .

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cx<vart THE HONORABLE ALLY [7] .

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THE SNOWMAN [9] .

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THE HYPHEN [13] .

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LLOYD GEORGE. MINISTER OF MUNITIONS: "ENGLAND EXPECTS — " [15] .

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TO-MORROW'S GUIDE: "THESE ARE THE RUINS OF WILLIAM THE SECOND" [17] .

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WAR'S EDICT l I 91 .

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THE COLOSSUS [21] .

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it CHRISTMAS MORNING [23] ...

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WHAT IS TRUTH ? [25J .

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BY THE BEARD OF THE PROPHET. OUR FUTURE LIES IN THE EAST [27] " ! .

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WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY 1732-1915 [33] .

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TIRPITZ: "DREADFUL! TOO BAD [35] .

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THE WASH [37] .

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RESURRECTED [ 41 I .

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HOW HAPPY COULD L I BE WITH NEITHER ] 47 .

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THE FURROW [49] .

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THE SUBLIME PORT [51 I .

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THE STORM [53] .

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fe^L^rW^X HALTED (The earthquake. January 15. 1915) [55] .

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SPRING FEVER [571 .

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Cj?rW OUT OF THE DEPTHS [59] .

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[67] Canto VIII .THE FIFTH CIRCLE OF HELL " Away I Down there to the other dogs " ! — Inferno.

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WAR. STAGGERED: "WHAT CRIMES ARE COMMITTED [69] IN MY NAME .

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THE OCTOPUS [71] .

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June 12. 191 5) .CABARET ROUGE (The Germans capture Cabaret Rouge.

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VERY CLEVER. BUT HOW LONG CAN HE KEEP IT THERE?" .

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CEASE FIRING [79] .

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THE SPIRIT OF soil es '48 ' Ich weiss nicht was bedeuten [81 1 .

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DROPPING THE PILOT [85] .

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IN (The British THE ENGLISHMAN'S HOME are bombarded. — Cable dispatch) Isles .

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— Cable dispatch) [89] .THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE (The Italian people clamor for war.

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THE GLORY THAT WAS GREECE AND THE GRANDEUR THAT WAS ROME" .

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1915) in [93] . — Cable dispatch.INASMUCH AS YE HAVE DONE IT UNTO ONE OF THE LEAST OF THESE. YE HAVE DONE IT UNTO ME" (Karlsruhe bombarded by Allied aviators retaliation. June.

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' CABINET ET TU. BRUTK [95] ? .

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1915) [99] .Cj2S£A« GOING! GOING (August.

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ONE YEAR? DIVIDENDS ON "A SCRAP OF PAPER" .

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191 5) .BELGIUM RESTORED (Germany is to restore monuments and architecture damaged in last summer's invasion. August. — Wireless dispatch.

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DULCIS AMOR PATRIAE (President Poincare. in a bill. September.000 recruits between iS and ly years old dispatch. will ask for 400. 1915) — Cable .

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1915) [107] .HONEY (The Germans and Austrians recapture Peremys!. September.

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THE GOOSE-STEP [109] .

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BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP SEA .

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as submarines have not yet reported.ALWAYS SURE TO REPORT (German admiralty in doubt as to sinking of ships. — Cable dispatch) [113] .

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HOISTING IT AGAIN [115] .

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MUNCHAUSEN .

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FORCING THE DARDANELLES — A NIGHTMARE [ 121 ] .

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CLOSE UP THESE FACTORIES! SHERMAN WAS RIGHT. BE NEUTRAL!" [ 123] .

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^NATIONAL THEY AGREE ON ONE THING: "GUILTY!" [125] .

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winter.QjL*>H4~ WILL HE GET HIM? (The Russian army escapes Hindenburg. 1915) [127] .

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EMPEROR WILLIAM INTRODUCES PEACE (A German peace rumor. September L 1 3. 1915) 20 J .

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THE DUAL THRONE [13 11 .

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THE PEACEMAKER [133] .HUNGER.

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1916) [147] .ECCE HOMO! (January 9.

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1916) [1491 .WASHING HIS HANDS (January 4.

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THE PHANTOM CONVOY [155] .

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1916) [1611 .dA^*r< THE AMERICAN WAR-DOG (The American-German crisis. January-March.

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March. 1916) [1651 .LE JOUR DE GLOIRE EST ARRIVE (Verdun.

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ON THE ROAD t 167 ] .

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THE HOSTAGE (Germany intends to keep conquered territory until the Allies seek peace. March. 1916) [169] . — Cable dispatch.

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1916) [17 11 . March.WHY CONTINUE THE STRUGGLE? CANT YOU WON ON SEA AND LAND " ? SEE WE'VE (Bethmann-Hollweg speaks in the Reichstag.

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I CAN NOT TELL A LIE: HE DID IT WITH HIS LITTLE SUBMARINE [179] .

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1916. before the German [ reply had been received) 181 ] .>CJISV\« AWAITING ORDERS — WHICH FLAG? (April 21.

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IT IS NOT GERMANY'S FAULT (From Germany's reply to the IF PEACE IS STILL WITHHELD FROM THE NATIONS OF EUROPE" American note on the submarine issue. 1916) 1183] . May 8.

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THIRSTY (May 14. while the Russians are moving south) .1 *Aft. — The Biitish surrender at Kut-elAmara. 1916.'-Q.

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1916) [191] .GRIEF (On the death of Lord Kitchener. June.

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VIA VERDUN [193) .

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THE SITUATION CONTINUES SATISFACTORY" —Official Report .

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MAY THE SPARKS NEVER REACH [197] IT! .

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