PARIS (Aug. 24)
Mrs. Juliette Adam, author and magazine writer, noted for the literary lights she attracted to her salon in the late nineteenth century, died today. She was 99 years old. A one-hundredth birthday celebration was being planned for Oct. 4.
She was born Juliette Lamber, the daughter of a physician. In 1856, she married Senator Edmond Adam, Police Prefect of Paris. Her works included several autobiographies. Mrs. Adam was credited with having discovered many noted writers, including Pierre Loti and Leon Daudet.