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Also, a few lovers of the art who prefer to remain anonymous.
Others besides these guarantors who testify to their appreciation of the
magazine by generous gifts are: Mr. Edward L. Ryerson
Mr. Ernest A. Hamill
Miss Amy Lowell
Mrs. Byron L. Smith Mrs. F. C. Letts
The editor deeply regrets to record the death of one of PoETRY's guarantors, during the past half-year. Mr. James Harvey Peirce, the wellknown Chicago lawyer, who died in December, was always a loyal friend, and a generous supporter of whatever he believed in.
The editor has entered upon PoETRY's second five-year period with a renewed confidence in the need of such an organ for the art, a confidence supported by proofs too strong to be resisted; and with renewed confidence also in the readiness of the people to support the enterprise by endowment and subscriptions. Besides the guarantors above listed about fifty Supporting Subscribers contribute ten dollars a year each to the Fund... For the gen. erosity and the good will of all PoETRY's patrons and subscribers the editor expresses her grateful acknowledgments,
The Dead Pecos Town .
Chocano, Jose Santos: (Translated by John Pierrepont Rice)
NEw MExico Songs:
Los Conquistadores .
Three Men Entered the Desert Alone .
Old Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Coa, Eleanor Rogers:
Curran, Edwin :
Drinkwater, John :
Fletcher, John Gould :