For Sale is a Full Page removed from "The Graphic, May 14th, 1910," showing a Drawing by Mr. Gilbert Holiday for "May 7 - King Edward's Bust Draped at the Paris Salon." The bust of the kIng by Mr. Bruce Joy has suddenly become the most notable feature of the Salon. On the news of his death it was draped in black. Our artist Mr. Gilbert Holiday, who happened to be in Paris, witnessed a pupil of Mr. Joy wreathing it in this way.
Reverse side shows a Drawing by D. Macpherson, called "May 7- Tolling the Bell at St. Paul's Cathedral." By order of the Home Secretary the bell in the Clock Tower of St. Paul's Cathedral was tolled between the hours of 3 and 5 on Saturday morning. This is not the bell known as Great Paul, which, it may be mentioned, requires dour men to ring it.