17 FEBRUARY 1923, Page 16

The Editor cannot accept responsibility for any article, poems, or

letters submitted to him, but when stamped and addressed envelopes are sent he will do his best to return contributions in case of rejection. Poems should be addressed to the Poetry Editor. The Editor requests writers of letters to express themselves as shortly as possible. The pressure on his space is greater than ever before. A short letter has a better chance of being published than a long one.