NOBEL PRIZE FOR KIPLING
Mark Twain Was, it is Said, Suggested for the Honor This Year.
STOCKHOLM, Aug. 19. - The newspaper Tidningen announces on what it declares to be good authority that Rudyard Kipling has been designated to recieve the Nobel Literary Prize for 1907.
The paper adds that Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain) was suggested for this honor.
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