Untold Tales
How Oroccus Film-Flammed the Wise Ones

Baltimore Sunday Herald/June 17, 1901


I--The Revolt of the Dogs

Baltimore Sunday Herald/July 7, 1901


​III--How G. Nero Allegretto Put the Carthaginian Obeah on Julius W. Glycyrrhizicus

Baltimore Sunday Herald/July 14, 1901


XI—How Livius Marcellus Opus Reformed Politics and Was Afterward Buried From His Late Residence​

Baltimore Sunday Herald/September 1, 1901


XII—How the Merit System Worked Backward and Forward and the March to the Scaffold was Begun 

Baltimore Sunday Herald/September 8, 1901


XIII—How J. Ippius Valereanus Evolved a Brilliant Scheme and Afterward Had an Elephant on His Hands

Baltimore Sunday Herald/September 15, 1901


XIV—How Livius R. Harmonium Was Seized by an Ideer and Later Conveyed to the Tomb

Baltimore Sunday Herald/September 22, 1901


XV—How Z. Antonius Caramba Invented an Underground Railway and Later Earned a Commutation for Good Behavior

Baltimore Sunday Herald/September 29, 1901


XVI—How the Reformers Had Five Aces and Lost the Game by Playing Them

Baltimore Sunday Herald/October 6, 1901


​XVII—How Caius O’Lucius and His Crowd Beat the Disciples of Leviticus Szurbulofski and Were Afterward Released on Bail

Baltimore Sunday Herald/October 13, 1901


XVIII—How Claudius Nero Ippolitus Rose to Eminence and Later Lost His Job

Baltimore Sunday Herald/October 20, 1901​


XIX--How the Reformers Displayed Pernicious Activity and the Attempt to Evangelize the Celebrated Junius O’Cato Failed

Baltimore Sunday Herald/October 27, 1901


XXVII--How Nero Bacchus Dalmazzo Went Foolish and Later Got a Swat on the

Port Side of the Cranium​

Baltimore Sunday Herald/December 22, 1901


XXVIII -How Ajax Ajaccio Became a Bohemian, and Subsequently Reformed​

Baltimore Sunday Herald/December 29, 1901


​​​1902

Wireless Interview with Prince Henry
Baltimore Morning Herald/March 12, 1902

1904

Enthusiasm Lacking in Democratic Hosts
Baltimore Morning Herald/July 5, 1904​

Painful Indifference Prevails at St. Louis
Baltimore Morning Herald/July 6, 1904

Enthusiastic Cheers for Mr. Cleveland 
Mark Opening

Baltimore Morning Herald/July 7, 1904

William F. Bryan, Once Powerful, 
Goes Down to Defeat

Baltimore Morning Herald/July 8, 1904

Hinges of St. Louis Lid are Broken
Baltimore Morning Herald/July 8, 1904

Marylanders Prepare to Return Home
Baltimore Morning Herald/July 8, 1904

Parker’s Name Placed Before Democratic Convention Accompanied by Demonstration of Greatest Enthusiasm
Baltimore Morning Herald/July 9, 1904​


The Serenade

Baltimore Evening Herald/September 6, 1904


Vaudeville at the Maryland

Baltimore Evening Herald/September 20, 1904


The Maid and the Mummy

Baltimore Evening Herald/September 27, 1904


A Chat with Miss Kline

Baltimore Evening Herald/October 3, 1904


The Second Fiddle

Baltimore Evening Herald/October 4, 1904


Some New Books

Baltimore Evening Herald/October 6, 1904


Notes in the Margin

Baltimore Sunday Herald/October 9, 1904


"Red Feather" Redivivus

Baltimore Evening Herald/October 11, 1904


Notes in the Margin

Baltimore Sunday Herald/October 16, 1904


The Yankee Consul

Baltimore Evening Herald/October 18, 1904


Notes in the Margin

Baltimore Sunday Herald/October 23, 1904


Why Smith Left Home

Baltimore Evening Herald/October 25, 1904


Notes in the Margin

Baltimore Sunday Herald/October 30, 1904


Vaudeville at the Maryland

Baltimore Evening Herald/November 1, 1904


Notes in the Margin

Baltimore Sunday Herald/November 6, 1904


The Virginian

Baltimore Evening Herald/November 8, 1904


Miss Walsh in "Resurrection"

Baltimore Evening Herald/November 15, 1904


Notes in the Margin

Baltimore Sunday Herald/November 27, 1904


Miss Campbell at the Academy

Baltimore Evening Herald/November 29, 1904


Notes in the Margin

Baltimore Sunday Herald/December 4, 1904


Vaudeville at the Maryland

Baltimore Evening Herald/December , 1904


Notes in the Margin

Baltimore Sunday Herald/December 11, 1904


Miss Adelaide Keim as Hamlet

Baltimore Evening Herald/December 13, 1904



Baltimore Evening Sun

​1910



Good Old Baltimore

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 18, 1910


Socialism Today

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 20, 1910


Wars Upon Alcohol

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 22, 1910


William Shakespeare

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 23, 1910


Joseph Conrad

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 26, 1910


The One Hundred Best Plays

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 27, 1910


A Great Norwegian

Baltimore Evening Sun/April 28, 1910


​​​​​​​​​​Psychotherapy
Baltimore Evening Sun/April 29, 1910


On Whiskers
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 2, 1910

The Indian
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 3, 1910

The Charity Bill
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 4, 1910

The Literary Life
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 6, 1910

A Negro State?
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 7, 1910


The Winter's Tale
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 10, 1910

A Drama of Ideas
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 12, 1910


Thoughts on Eating
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 13, 1910

The Wedding Season
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 16, 1910


The Pestiferous Fly

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 18, 1910

Victuals: A Reverie
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 19, 1910

More Psychotherapy
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 21, 1910

The Theatrical Season
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 23, 1910


A New Nation Arises
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 24, 1910

Notes in the Margin
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 26, 1910






H.  L.

M e n c k e n




A Plea for Comedy

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 28, 1910


In the Vestry Room
Baltimore Evening Sun/May 30, 1910


Sousa Et Caetera

Baltimore Evening Sun/May 31, 1910


First Editions

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 1, 1910


An Eternal Mystery

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 2, 1910


Mr. Taft at Work

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 3, 1910


Hidden Treasures

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 4, 1910


On Jurisprudence

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 6, 1910


The Play Record

​Baltimore Evening Sun/June 9, 1910


Marginal Notes: Wars Upon the Free Lunch

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 10, 1910


Marginal Notes:

Does Poe Need a Monument?

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 11, 1910


Summer Novels

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 13, 1910


China's New Senate

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 18, 1910


Marion Harland

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 20, 1910


Marginal Notes: A Hero of Melodrama

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 21, 1910


The Pimlico Road

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 22, 1910


Marginal Notes:

G.B. Shaw as a Tax Dodger

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 23, 1910


On Medical Fees

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 24, 1910


Lower California

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 25, 1910

Chiefly Musical

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 27, 1910


"East Lynne" Wins

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 30, 1910


A Wild German

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 2, 1910


Notes on Morals

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 7, 1910


On Heredity

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 8, 1910


In the Rosin Dust

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 13, 1910


At Back River

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 12, 1910


French Marriages

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 14, 1910


Europe Since 1815

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 15, 1910​


​​An Old-Time Actor

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 22, 1910


Back to Torture

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 23, 1910


On Cigarettes

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 25, 1910


The Actor

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 27, 1910


World Languages

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 28, 1910


Neurasthenia

Baltimore Evening Sun/August 8, 1910


Trouble Ahead!

Baltimore Evening Sun/August 10, 1910


Exit the Maxims

Baltimore Evening Sun/August 11, 1910


In Germany

Baltimore Evening Sun/August 12, 1910


Exit G.B. Shaw

Baltimore Evening Sun/August 13, 1910


A Russian Critic

Baltimore Evening Sun/September 19, 1910


On Tobacco

Baltimore Evening Sun/October 10, 1910


Empty Pessimism

Baltimore Evening Sun/October 27, 1910


A Call for Help

Baltimore Evening Sun/October 29, 1910


An Examination

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 1, 1910


Sunday Theatres

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 2, 1910


Nietzscheana

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 3, 1910


French Melodrama

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 5, 1910


Poor Old Ibsen!

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 7, 1910


A New Court?

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 8, 1910


Percy Mackaye

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 9, 1910


The Pension Grab

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 10, 1910


Good for the Reds!

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 11, 1910


The Printed Play

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 15, 1910


Henri Bataille

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 16, 1910


A Hall of Fame

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 17, 1910


The Moral Mind

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 18, 1910


Modjeska's Book

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 22, 1910


Jerome K. Jerome

Baltimore Evening  Sun/November 23, 1910


On Hanging

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 25, 1910


The Tzs-Cheng Yuan

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 26, 1910


The Mikado

Baltimore Evening Sun/November 30, 1910


The Dramatic Critic

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 1, 1910


At the Pole

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 2, 1910


Mental Vibrations

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 3, 1910


Avery Hopwood

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 6, 1910


Eating, An Elegy

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 7, 1910


England's Crisis

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 8, 1910


An English Issue

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 9, 1910


Tolstoiana

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 10, 1910


The Death Rate

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 12, 1910


A Maker of Tunes

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 13, 1910


On "Life-Waste"

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 16, 1910


Various Matters: Presents at Christmas

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 17, 1910


The Lords Spiritual

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 19, 1910


Christmas Books

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 20, 1910


Christmas Books II

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 21, 1910


Direct Elections

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 22, 1910


Various Matters

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 23, 1910


Christmas Sermon

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 24, 1910


The Fitch Plays

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 27, 1910


WM, Clyde Fitch

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 28, 1910


In Liberia

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 29, 1910


Various Matters: Socialistic Balderdash

Baltimore Evening Sun/December 30, 1910


​James Forbes

Baltimore Evening Sun/January 24, 1911


Literary Vandals

Baltimore Evening Sun/January 25, 1911


On Bald Heads

Baltimore Evening Sun/February 18, 1911

Joseph Conrad

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 20, 1916


More Notes for a Work on the Origin and Nature of Puritanism

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 19, 1916


Two Dreiser Novels

Baltimore Evening Sun/August 4, 1916


A Carnival of Buncombe
Baltimore Evening Sun/February 9, 1920


It's All in Wilson's Hands, Mencken Concludes After Looking Around at Frisco

Baltimore Evening Sun/June 29, 1920


Mencken Says All's Set to Put "Young William" Over if Wilson Gives the Word

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 1, 1920


On Being an American
Baltimore Evening Sun/October 11, 1920


Peasant and Cockney

Baltimore Evening Sun/January 3, 1921


James Huneker

Baltimore Evening Sun/February 14, 1921


Harding Faces Task With Air of Confidence

Baltimore Evening Sun/March 4, 1921


Gamalielese

Baltimore Evening Sun/March 7, 1921


Brief Battle Was

Hopeless for Carpentier From the First

​Baltimore Evening Sun/July 2, 1921


How Legends Are Made

Baltimore Evening Sun/July 5, 1921


Essay in American
​Baltimore Evening Sun/November 7, 1921

A Boon to Bores
Baltimore Evening Sun/January 9, 1922



Misc.



Newspaper Morals

Atlantic Monthly/March, 1914

The Mailed Fist and Its Prophet
Atlantic Monthly/November, 1914

America Produces a Novelist
The Forum/April, 1916


Ludendorff

The Atlantic/June, 1917


Prohibition Hypocrisy Due to Job-Changing "Statesmen"

New York Evening Mail/August 27, 1917


Mark Twain's Americanism

​New York Evening Mail/November 1, 1917


The Sahara of the Bozart

New York Evening Mail/November 13, 1917


Virtuosi of Virtue

Chicago Daily Tribune/December 2, 1917


The American

New York Evening Mail/May 3, 1918


Meditation in E Minor

The New Republic/September 8, 1920


Star-Spangled Men

The New Republic/September 29, 1920


A Pathological Movie

The Nation/December 8, 1920


Chapters of Medical History

The Nation/January 19, 1921


A Short View of Gamalielese

The Nation/April 27, 1921


The American Language

The Bookman/June, 1921





​​​​

1899 - 1904

Baltimore Herald

​​​​

Gossip about Sports

Baltimore Morning Herald/March 2, 1899


Democrats at Work

Baltimore Morning Herald/March 3, 1899


Rev. J. Addison Smith

Baltimore Morning Herald/March 6, 1899


With the Gold Hunters

Baltimore Morning Herald/March 15, 1899


Now for Manila

Baltimore Sunday Herald/April 2, 1899


Made One Society

Baltimore Morning Herald/April 6, 1899


Hayes a Workingman

Baltimore Morning Herald/April 19, 1899


Sousa Warmly Greeted

Baltimore Morning Herald/April 21, 1899


Want Lower Taxes

Baltimore Morning Herald/April 22, 1899


Discussing the Issues

Baltimore Morning Herald/April 22, 1899


Oratorio's 'Elijah'

Baltimore Morning Herald/April 28, 1899


Cuddy and His Wagon

Baltimore Morning Herald/April 29, 1899


Germany's Attitude

Baltimore Sunday Herald/April 30, 1899


Raleigh's Chief Bugler

Baltimore Morning Herald/May 2, 1899


May Day Yesterday

Baltimore Morning Herald/May 2, 1899


John Wesley's Life

Baltimore Morning Herald/May 5, 1899


Levvy's Big Project

Baltimore Morning Herald/May 9, 1899


Successful Recital

Baltimore Morning Herald/May 23, 189


Body Identified

Baltimore Morning Herald/May 24, 1899


Peabody Students

Baltimore Morning Herald/May 25, 1899


In Mercy's Name

Baltimore Sunday Herald/June 4, 1899


Entertaining a Prophet

Baltimore Morning Herald/June 6, 1899


Rain Brings Relief

Baltimore Morning Herald/June 10, 1899


Mr. M'Intire's Trip

Baltimore Morning Herald/June 12, 1899


Through With Books

Baltimore Morning Herald/June 24, 1899



1900


A Matter of Ethnology

Baltimore Sunday Herald/June 3, 1900


At the Edge of the Spanish Main

Baltimore Sunday Herald/August 26, 1900


Its Day is Going

Baltimore Sunday Herald/September 2, 1900


Where Orchids are Called Weeds

Baltimore Sunday Herald/September 2, 1900


Seen on the Streets of Kingston

Baltimore Sunday Herald/September 9, 1900


Terse and Terrible Texts

Baltimore Morning Herald/December 3, 1900


Terse and Terrible Texts
Baltimore Morning Herald/December 10, 1900​


Hailed the Truce

Baltimore Morning Herald/December 21, 1900


Dove of Peace Takes Flight

Baltimore Morning Herald/December 22, 1900


Terse and Terrible Texts

Baltimore Morning Herald/December 24, 1900


Terse and Terrible Texts

Baltimore Morning Herald/December 31, 1900


1901


Solons Still in Warpaint

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 1, 1901


Surplus Less Than Expected

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 4, 1901


Knocks and Jollies

Baltimore Sunday Herald/January 6, 1901


Solons Plan A Coup d'Etat

Baltimore Sunday Herald/January 6, 1901​


Solons Victorious After a Hard Fight

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 8, 1901


Would Revise City Charter

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 9, 1901


Courts Will Take a Hand

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 10, 1901


Subways Can Be Improved

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 12, 1901


City's Troubles in the Courts

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 12, 1901


No Peace at the City Hall

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 13, 1901


Terse and Terrible Texts

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 14, 1901


Commissioners Ignore Civil Service Rules

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 14, 1901


His Honor's Discovery

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 14, 1901


School Children's Lives are in Danger

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 15, 1901


"Get Together," Says Gephardt

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 15, 1901


"Investigating" A Life Saver!

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 16, 1901


Senator and Solicitor

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 16, 1901


Health Demands Schools and Sewers

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 18, 1901


Only a Trifle Spent to Keep Streets Clean

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 18, 1901


Interest on City's Debt is Decreased

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 19, 1901


Plays and Players

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 20, 1901


Stands Firm for Olin Bryan

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 22, 1901


Debt is Decreased by Two Million

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 22, 1901


Appeal Tax Court Has Many Recommendations

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 24, 1901


Western Md. Sale Not Easy

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 25, 1901


Banks Refuse to Raise Rate

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 25, 1901


Mayor Hayes' Plan Faulty

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 26, 1901


McCuen Advises City Ownership

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 26, 1901


Plays and Players​

​Baltimore Morning Herald/January 28, 1901


Levy Muddle at Annapolis

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 28, 1901


Mayor Hayes Was Non Est

​Baltimore Morning Herald/January 29, 1901


Fendall Wants Sewers and Wood Pavements

Baltimore Morning Herald/January 29, 1901


Legal Wits Argue Law

​Baltimore Morning Herald/January 30, 1901


Battle of the Lawyers Ended
Baltimore Morning Herald/January 31, 1901


Waiting for the Verdict
Baltimore Sunday Herald/February 3, 1901

Solons Wearied of Their Work
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 5, 1901

Engineer Phelps' Hot Reply to His Critics
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 7, 1901

Lauterbach Offers $5,500,000 For W.M.R.R.
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 8, 1901

Nominations of the Mayor
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 12, 1901

Good Microbes Will Conquer Bad Microbes​
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 16, 1901

Municipality May Secure Dollar Gas
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 16, 1901

Solons Have Faith in the Female Refuge
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 19, 1901

Carswell Wins Lighting Case
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 21, 1901

Telephone Wires Must Be Buried Immediately
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 21, 1901

Mayor Wins His Case; Tax Rate Will Be Low
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 22, 1901

Mayor Hayes Congratulated
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 23, 1901

Mayor Urges Prompt Tax Levy
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 24, 1901

Dove of Peace is Back Again
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 24, 1901

Mayor's Message a Bitter Pill for Council
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 25, 1901

Mayor Has Confidence in His Sewerage Plans
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 26, 1901

Solons Bow to Defeat and Begin a New Fight​
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 26, 1901

Sinking Fund Increase Greater Than Ever​
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 27, 1901

Collection of Taxes Will Begin March 15
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 27, 1901

Old Water Board Severely Criticized
Baltimore Morning Herald/February 28, 1901

Hayes Sewerage Plan Described in Detail
Baltimore Morning Herald/March 7, 1901

Charter Changes Suggested by Mayor​
Baltimore Morning Herald/March 11, 1901

Collection of Taxes Begins With a Rush
Baltimore Morning Herald/March 16, 1901

Anti-Secret Session Ordinance Rejected
Baltimore Morning Herald/March 19, 1901

Immense Fire Losses During Current Year
Baltimore Morning Herald/March 21, 1901

Fire Board Discusses High Insurance Rates
Baltimore Morning Herald/March 22, 1901

Mayor Signs School Bill
Baltimore Morning Herald/March 29, 1901

Afraid the People Are Hunting Snakes
Baltimore Morning Herald/April 1, 1901

Terse and Terrible Texts
Baltimore Morning Herald/April 2, 1901

Beginning of the End in Sight for Solons​
Baltimore Morning Herald/April 7, 1901

Terse and Terrible Texts
Baltimore Morning Herald/April 8, 1901

Beginning of the End in Sight for Solons
Baltimore Morning Herald/April 11, 1901

Terse and Terrible Texts
Baltimore Morning Herald/April 15, 1901

Baseball Adopted as the Solons' Sport
Baltimore Morning Herald/April 26, 1901

"They Thank the Herald From Their Hearts"
Baltimore Morning Herald/May 10, 1901

Herald's Work Highly Praised​
Baltimore Morning Herald/May 11, 1901

Thousands of Hungry and Destitute Were Relieved
Baltimore Morning Herald/May 13, 1901

Florida City is Still in Need of

Assistance from Outside World
Baltimore Morning Herald/May 14, 1901

Baltimore and the R​est of the World
Baltimore Morning Herald/May 20, 1901
Baltimore Morning Herald/May 27, 1901
Baltimore Morning Herald/June 3, 1901