Bunch of p
a led Valentine;
he isn't a publishers
en turns up a real. Ned Val-
e» written the things attriubted to him,
rit-er. Bribes a Broughton Branden-
if necessary v that the ore at firs of the
thing a hoax, because his
In one way and another
entine, a bum, who hasn't, of v<
but has., at one time tried to be
bargf'to go on the stan^, and " swes
hoax would be libeling"him by odeclarin^
present literary fertune is worth, t hoy sands to him.
induced them all to shut their mouths; then goes around and tries t-u ares
sell things to the magazines which will have none of him.- The inter
view with the quiet, mousey, unimpressed Gilder of the Century", finally
beats it to the Harlem freight yards and bura-dom again. _ '
St. EvenPost. story, says Bill; and <
e war correspondent who was, and wssj
u for my-novel*- "|pt.te
L«t, dead. .
'd Osborne's story of
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