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  • September 13, 1913

  • The library has received some volumes on modern philosophy, which have just been purchased by the state library. The collection will be here until early in November, and it is hoped that those who are interested in the books of Bergson and Eucken will enjoy reading them during the next few weeks. The titles are:
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  • The library has received some volumes on modern philosophy, which have just been purchased by the state library. The collection will be here until early in November, and it is hoped that those who are interested in the books of Bergson and Eucken will enjoy reading them during the next few weeks. The titles are:
    Bergson — Creative Evolution, Matter and Memory, Time and a Free Will
    Carr — Henry Bergson, the Philosophy of Change
    Eucken — Christianity and the New Idealism, Life's Basis and Life's Ideal, Meaning and Value of Life, Problem of Human Life as Viewed by Great Thinkers
    Hoffding — A Brief History of Modern Philosophy
    James — On Some of Life's Ideals, Pluralistic Universe, Pragmatism
    Jones — An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy; Eucken, a Philosophy of Life
    LeRoy — The New Philosophy of Henry Bergson
    Russel — The Problems of Philosophy
    Sheldon — Rudolf Eucken's Message to Our Age.
    Solomon — Bergson
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    John Tisdale, aged 14 years, was arrested yesterday afternoon on a charge of having (knowingly used) a forged check for $20, E.N. Warner of Warner, Wortman & Gore, being the victim.
    The name of M.E. Root was forged to a check for $20, and Mr. Warner, not suspecting a boy of such immature years, readily cashed the check.
    Later when the falsity of the check was discovered, search was made for young Tisdale, who was promptly taken into custody. Sixteen dollars of the money was still found in his possession.
    The boy admitted that he had passed two similar checks on the day before on Mike Gault for $15, and one some time before on a Central Point merchant for $5. The $15 obtained from Gault had been spent in buying boyish trinkets and luxuries at the fair grounds. Things looked so easy to the lad that he decided to celebrate the fair in a most lavish manner.
    He was sent to Jacksonville for a quiet sojourn and will be given a hearing before Juvenile Judge TouVelle Monday morning. Young Tisdale has a brazen air of bravado and boasts of having passed many forged checks in California without detection.
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