13 MAY 1916, Page 1

TO OUR READERS.—One of the chief ways in which our

readers can help us to meet the Paper Famine is by informing the Newsagents, Booksellers, or Railway Bookstalls from which they are accustomed to purchase their paper that they will want a copy of the " SPECTATOR " each week. That will enable the seller to know exactly how many copies to order, and thus avoid returns and the consequent waste.

Should our readers find any difficulty in obtaining the " SPECTATOR " as regularly and as easily as before, we trust they will at once write to The Manager, " THE SPECTATOR," .1 Wellington Street. Strand, W.C.