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Ohio's New Code for Cities, 7.
Philippines, How Bubonic Plague Was Driven Out

of the, 736.
Music, Woman and, 741.
NAST, Thomas, 31.
National Magazine reviewed, 491.
National Review reviewed, 109, 243, 497, 623, 751.
Navy and the Merchant Marine, Coöperation of the, 600.
Navy, Expansion of the, 15, 273, 274, 394, 395.
Negro Affairs, 148, 149, 263, 264, 655-657.
Negro Problem, The Mulatto in the, 600.
New Hampshire, Legislative Affairs in, 150, 402, 657.
New York City :

Anniversary Celebrations, 648, 649.
Greene, Gen. Francis V., Appointed Police Commis-

sioner, 150–152.
Low, Mayor Seth, Administration of, 6, 150, 404, 533,

658.
Revolutionizing New York, 6, 7.
Transporting New York's Millions, 601.
New York State:

Affairs in New York, 150, 657.
Child Labor, and Housing, Legislation Affecting, 403.
Clinton, Gov. De Witt, and the Erie Canal, 526.
Educational System, Dual, 403, 657.
Erie Canal, Proposition for Enlarging the, 402, 527, 657.

Taxation Questions, 402, 657, 658.
Nicaragua Canal: see Isthmian Canal.
Nineteenth Century and After reviewed, 108, 242, 495,

620, 749.
North American Review reviewed, 107, 240, 368, 492,

619, 747.
North Pole: Captain Peary Tells How It will be

Reached, 209.
Northern Securities Decision, 522–5:25, 662.
Nouvelle Revue reviewed, 113, 375, 199, 624, 754.
Nuova Antologia reviewed, 114, 375, 500, 625.
Nuova Parola reviewed, 625.
Nylande reviewed, 626.
OHIO, A Century of the State of, 426.
Ohio's Admission as a State, Celebration of, 650.
Ohio's New Code for Cities, 7.
Onze Eeuw reviewed, 376, 626.
Opera, American, A New Régime for, 444.
Ox, The American, and His Pasture, 61.
Oxford University, Cecil Rhodes and, 481.
PALMER, Alice Freeman, 167.
Panama Canal: see Isthmian Canal.
Parasitic Worms, Facts About, 101.
Patagonia, An American's Views of, 682.
Pennsylvania, Boss Rule and a Free Press in, 659.
Periodicals, Index to, 1:24, 252, 380, 508, 636, 766.
Periodicals Reviewed, The, 103, 237, 365, 489, 616, 745.
Philadelphia, Municipal Situation in, 533, 659.
Philippines :

Bubonic Plague: How It Was Driven Out, 736.
Civic Order Established, 144.
Congressional Legislation, 11, 144, 398.
Jenks, Prof. J. W. Proposals of, 12.
Problems of the Philippines, 11.

Taft, Governor, to Remain, 114.
Pine Forests, Insect Enemies of, 614.
Plunkett, Horace. Hope for the Irish Farmer, 447.
Political Affairs in the United States : see also Con-

gressional Affairs,
Cleveland, Grover, and the Democrats, 661.
Presidential Polities, 660.
South, The, and the Democratic Party, 353.
Portraits :

Aldrich, Nelson W., 146.
Allee, J. Frank, 399.
Ankeny, Levi, 410.
Austin, Alfred, 248.
Aziz, Mulai Abdul, 293.
Baldwin, Prof. J. Mark, 635.
Ball, L. Heisler, 399.
Ballin, Albert, 309.
Bent, Mr., 332.
Bieberstein, Baron von, 538.
Björnson, Björnstjerne, 2:22.

Blowitz, M. de, 155.
Boardman, Rev. Dr. George Dana, 668.
Boas, Emil L., 313.
Bonaparte, Napoleon, 518.
Bowen, Herbert Wolcott, 43, 132.
Brandes, George, 248.
Braun, Ferdinand, 182.
Brodrick, W. St. J. F., 406.
Brooke, Rev. Stopford A., 246..
Brooks, John Graham, 249.
Brush, Edward, 664.
Burroughs, John, 534.
Caine, W. S., 535.
Caldwell, Henry Clay, 523.
Calice, Baron de, 538.
Cameron, E. H., 332.
Campbell, Rev. R. J., 708.
Casasus, J. D., 664.
Castle, Egerton, 627.
Castro, President Cipriano, 23, 726.
Chamberlain, Joseph, 408.
Christian IX., King, 598.
Clark, Capt. William, 519.
Clark, Gen. George Rogers, 428.
Clark, William A., 224.
Clarke, H. Conquest, 57.
Cleaveland, Moses, 430.
Cleveland, Ex-President Grover, 661.
Cleveland, Richard Folsom, 661.
Clifford, Rev. Dr. John, 706.
Clinton, De Witt, 527.
Conant, Charles A., 664.
Conrad, Joseph, 630.
Conried, Heinrich, 445.
Constans, J. A. E., 538.
Corot, Jean-Baptiste Camille, 379.
Cortelyou, George Bruce, 299.
Cortelyou, Mrs. George B., 300.
Creel, Enrique C., 664.
Crookes, Sir William, 232.
Cullom, Shelby M., 27.
Curry, Jabez Lamar Monroe, 261.
Curzon, Lord, 155.
Curzon, Lady, 130.
Cutler, Rev. Manasseh, 428.
Dalzell, John, 147.
Darrow, Clarence, 411.
Davies, J. M., 332.
Dawes, Henry Laurens, 302.
Day, William R., 282.
De Wet, Gen. Christiaan Rudolf, 3.
Delitzsch, Prof. Friedrich, 467.
Denmark, Royal House of, Four Generations of the,

539.
Dilke, Lady, 378.
Dill, James B., 355.
Doane, Rev. William C., 403,
Dobson, Austin, 248.
Duffy, Sir Charles Gavan, 284.
Elkins, Stephen B., 281.
Ewing, Thomas, 430.
Farrar, Rev. Frederic W., 540.
Field, Marshall, 137.
Finley, Dr. John, 672.
Fleischmann, Mayor Julius, 532.
Foster, Bishop Randolph S., 668.
Foster, John W., 501.
Fowler, Charles X., 14.
Francis, David R., 405, 554.
Garfield, James R., 268.
Gartield, President James A., 427.
Gatling, Dr. Richard J., 413.
Giddings, Joshua R., 430.
Gorman, Arthur P., 401.
Grant, President Ulysses S., 426.
Grau, Maurice, 15.
Greene, Gen. Francis Vinton, 151.
Griscom, Lloyd C., 138.
Gurza, Jaime, 061.
Hanna, Hugh H., 663.
Hardy, Arthur Sherburne, 628.
Harlan, John M., 436.
Harrison, Mayor Carter, 435.

Harrison, President Benjamin, 427.
Harrison, President William Henry, 429.
Harrison, Prof. James A., 116.
Hay, John, 16.
Hayes, President Rutherford B., 426.
Heilprin, Prof. Angelo, 377.
Hengervár, L. Hengelmüller von, and wife, 133.
Herbert, Lady Lelia, 134.
Herbert, Michael H., 135.
Hewitt, Abram S., 165, 166.
Hewitt, Peter Cooper, 724.
Hill, Chancellor Walter B., 655.
Hill, David J., 137.
Hill, James J., 525.
Hitchcock, Ethan Allen, 15.
Hitt, Robert R., 27.
Hofmeyr, J. H., 408.
Holden, Prof. Edward S., 632.
Holleben, Baron von, 132.
Horne, Rev. Silvester, 711.
Humphreys, President Alexander C., 284.
Hunt, Gaillard, 504.
Hurst, Bishop John F., 668.
Ingalls, Melville E., 404.
Irvine, W. H., 332.
Isny, Count A. von Quadt-Wykradt, 283.
Ives, Halsey C., 553.
Jaurès, Jean, 275.
Jefferson, President Thomas, 518.
Jenkins, John J., 11.
Jenks, Prof. Jeremiah W., 12, 664.
Johnson, Mayor Tom L., 532.
Jones, Mayor Samuel M., 532.
Jusserand, Madame, 135.
Keller, Helen, 634.
Khammurabi, King of Babylon, 761.
Kirkland, Chancellor James H., 655.
Kirton, J. W., 332.
Krupp, Friedrich Alfred, 47.
Langley, Prof. Samuel P., 725.
Lansdowne, Lord, 19.
Latimer, A. C., 410.
Laut, Agnes C., 502.
Lee, Gen. Fitzhugh, 650.
Lee, Sidney, 505.
Leipziger, Henry M., 649.
Leo XIII., Pope, 386, 409.
Lessar, Paul, 642.
Lewis, Capt. Meriwether, 519.
Limantour, J. I., 664.
Littlefield, Charles E., 10.
Livingston, Edward, 526.
Livingston, Robert, 517.
Lodge, Henry Cabot, 278.
Loeb, William, Jr., 283.
Long, Chester I., 410.
Loomis, Frank B., 139.
McIver, Dr. Charles D., 263.
Mckenzie, Mr., 332.
McKinley, President William, 427.
Marbois, Barbé, 517.
Macedo, P., 664.
Macfarland, Henry B. F., 678.
Marconi, Guglielmo, 177.
Marquand, Henry G., 172.
Meier, Hermann Henrich, 309.
Merriman, John X., 408.
Mexican Monetary Commission, and American Ex-

perts, 664.
Mills, Rev. Edmund M., 304.
Monkswell, Lord, 535.
Monroe, James, 517.
Montague, Gov. Andrew J., 262.
Moody, William H., 273.
Mosely, Alfred, 212.
Münsterberg, Prof. Hugo, 593.
Murphy, Charles F., 658.
Murphy, Rev. Edgar Gardner, 5.
Murray, John, 332.
Nast, Thomas, 31.
Nelson, Knute, 9, 267.
O'Conor, Sir Nicholas R., 538.
Overman, Lee S., 282.

Palmer, Mrs. Alice Freeman, 169, 171.
Pansa, Commander, 538.
Parker, Rev. Dr. Joseph, 18.
Payne, Henry C., 149.
Pennypacker, Gov. Samuel W., 659.
Planches, Edmondo Mayor des, 271.
Plehwe, M. von, 412.
Plunkett, Horace, 407.
Putnam, Gen. Rufus, 428.
Rampolla, Cardinal, 466.
Ramsey, Gov. Alexander, 675.
Reed, Thomas B., 36.
Reid, R., 332.
Richthofen, Baron von, 19.
Rogers, Howard J., 553.
Roosevelt, President Theodore, 389, 533, 534, 538, 666.
Root, Elihu, 278.
Sagasta, Praxedes Mateo, 156.
St. Clair, Gen. Arthur, 429.
Saintsbury, Prof. George, 247.
Sanborn, Walter H., 523.
Sauer, J. W., 408.
Schiff, Jacob H., 476.
Schwab, Gustav H., 311.
Scott, William E. D., 631.
Sheridan, Gen. Philip H., 429.
Sherman, Gen. William Tecumseh, 428.
Sherman, John, 428.
Shiels, W., 332.
Silvela, Francisco, 28.
Skiff, Frederick J. V., 553.
Smith, Gen. William F., 413.
Spencer, Herbert, 223.
Sternberg, Baron Speck von, 133.
Sternberg, Baroness von, 134.
Stevens, Walter B., 553.
Stewart, Graeme, 434.
Symmes, John Cleves, 430.
Taverner, J. W., 332.
Taylor, Isaac S., 553.
Thayer, Amos M., 523.
Tiffin, Gov. Edward, 429.
Tower, Charlemagne, 138.
Turner, George, 278.
Valentine, Edward V., 654.
Van Devanter, Willis, 523.
Ward, Mrs. Humphry, 628.
Ward, Prof. Lester F., 506.
Wayne, Gen. Anthony, 428.
Wells, Mayor Rolla, 564.
Wesley, John, 715.
White, Stewart Edward, 629.
Whiting, Lilian, 246.
Witte, Sergius de, 225.
Wyndham, George, 514, 529, 574.

Zinoview, I. A., 538.
Post Office Department Affairs, 14, 55, 662.
Progress of the World, The, 3, 131, 259, 387, 515, 643.

Progress," The Meaning of, 3-5.
Prosperity, Western, and Its Diffusion, 520, 521.
Psychical Research, Sir William Crookes and, 232.
Quarterly Journal of Economics reviewed, 495.
Quarterly Review reviewed 371, 753.
RADIUM, a New Source of Heat, 741.
Railroads :

Northern Securities Decision, 522–525, 662.
Railroad President, Day's Work of a, 477.
Railroads as Pioneers in the West, 520.
“Rock Island” and the Railway Combinations, 662.
Trolley: Competition with the Steam Railroad, 351.
Rampolla, Cardinal, 466.
Ramsey, Gov. Alexander, of Minnesota, 674.
Rassegna Nazionale reviewed, 114, 375, 500, 756.
Reamer, Lawrence. A New Régime for American

Opera, 444.
Record of Current Events, 27, 154, 281, 410, 537, 666.
Reed, Thomas Brackett, 36.
Reindeer in Alaska, 602.
Reptiles and Amphibians, Peculiarities of, 487.
Revue de Paris reviewed, 112, 245, 374, 499, 624, 755.
Revue des Deux Mondes reviewed, 111, 374, 498, 023, 754.

Revue, La, reviewed, 113, 245, 373, 500, 625, 755.
Rhode Island, Bribery in Elections in, 150, 402.
Ristori, Adelaide, 615.
Rivistá Intcrnazionale reviewed, 626.
Rivista Moderna reviewed, 114, 375.
Roosevelt, President Theodore :

Appointments by the President, 138, 148, 264, 267.
Monroe Doctrine, President Roosevelt and the, 391.
Popularity of the President, 387.
Roosevelt, President, Year's Work of, 16, 85.
Southern Policy of the President, 148, 149, 264.

Western Tour of the President, 387, 388, 533, 660.
Root, Secretary Elihu, Efficient Work of, 397, 398.
Rural Free Delivery Service, 55.
Ruskin, John : His Index Expurgatorius, 364.
Russia :

Baltic and Black Sea Canal, 479.
Czar's Manifesto : Its Genesis and Meaning, 595.
Kishineff, Anti-Jewish Riots at, 665.
Manchuria, Russia and, 665.
Political Conditions, 441.
Reform, Domestic, 409.
St. Petersburg, the Capital of All the Russias, 744.
Siberian Prison-Village, 92.
State Ownership in Russia, 225.

Stundists,” The, 731.
Temperance Committees, Russian, 91.
St. Louis-a Strong Western City, 557.
St. Louis, “ Augean Stables” of, 8, 404, 533, 659.
Saunders, William Flewellyn.' St. Louis--A Strong

Western City, 557.
Schiff, Jacob H., the Man Who Won the Northern Pa-

cific Fight, 476.
Scribner's Magazine reviewed, 104, 238, 366, 489, 616, 745.
Sea, Concerning the Mastery of the, 347.
Senate, United States, Representation in the, 219.
Senators, Popular Election of, 400.
Servia, Affairs in, 536.
Shepard, Edward M. Abram S. Hewitt, a Great Citi-

zen, 164.
Ships, Giant, for Our Oriental Trade, 565.
Siberia, Chuckchee Reindeer-Raisers of, 603.
Silver-Standard Countries, Distress of the, 663, 664.
South Africa : The Kings of the Rand, 348.
South Africa : Tour of Joseph Chamberlain, 19, 153, 280,

407.
South, Negro Situation in the, 148, 149, 263, 264, 655–657.
South, The, and the Democratic Party, 353.
South, Work of Dr. J. L. M. Curry for the, 259–262.
Southern Cotton Mill Communities, 605.
Southern Education Conference, 654-657.
Southern Educational Progress, 259–262, 530, 531.
Spencer, Herbert: How He Works and Lives, 223.
Stacy, F. N. Giant Ships for Our Oriental Trade, 565.
State Department, A Change in the, 138.
Stead, W. T. The British Education Bill, 78.
Stead, W. T. The Renascence of Nonconformity in

England, 705.
Stead, W. T. The Right Hon. George Wyndham, 574.
Steel Corporation, United States, Profit-Sharing Plan

of the, 326.
Stone, V.I. Political Conditions in Russia, 441.
Strikes : see Labor.
Submarine Warfare, 598.
Suffrage Agitation in the South, 656.
Summer, A Serene, in Prospect, 613.
Sverdrup's Work in the Arctics, 95.

Theosophists, With the, 483.
Tobacco Trust, Career of the, 349.
Toledo, Reëlection of Mayor Jones in, 532.
Trade : see also Industrial Affairs, Labor, Railroads.

Brussels Sugar Convention, 227.
Crops, Trade, and Prosperity, 663.
Orient, American Capture of the

Trade of the, 475.
Oriental Trade, Giant Ships for Our, 565.
Transvaal: see South Africa.
Treasury, The, and the Money Market, 75.
Trolley: How It Competes with the Steam Railroad, 351.
Trolley Road in Germany, Trackless, Sleighing on a, 440.
Trusts :

Congressional Legislation, 9, 10, 147, 266, 267, 396, 397.
Northern Securities Decision, 522–525, 662.
“Rock Island” and the Railway Combinations, 662.
Tariff as Related to Trusts, 82.

Tobacco Trust, Career of the, 349.
Tuberculosis : see Consumption.
Turkey : The French Religious Protectorate, 731.
Turner, Frederick J. The Significance of the Louisiana

Purchase, 578.
UNITED STATES ; see also Alaska, Congressional Af-

fairs, Cuba, Isthmian Canal, Philippines, Political

Affairs, Roosevelt.
Canada, Relations with, 275-279, 405.
Diplomatic Service, Changes in the, 138, 139.
Financing the Nation, 732.
Foreign Relations, Good, 16, 390.
Monroe Doctrine, Captain Mahan on the, 345.
Senate, Representation in the, 219.

Venezuela, Relations with, 22, 268.
Upham, Warren. Governor Ramsey, of Minnesota, 674.
Varia reviewed, 626.
Venezuela :

Arbitration Agreed to, 268,271, 391, 392, 664.
Blockade of Venezuela's Ports, 23, 135–137.
Bowen, Herbert W.: An International Figure, 43.
Bowen, Herbert W., as Peacemaker, 24, 268-271.
British Point of View, 339.
Castro: A Latin-American Type, 725.
Castro as a Type and Figure, 44.
Claims, Foreign, Against Venezuela, 20–26, 131-137.
England's Motives, 20.
Germany's Motives, 20, 132–134.
Maracaibo Incident, 135.
Neutrals, Rights of, 137.
Revolutions in Venezuela, 339.
United States, Duty of the, 22.
Venezuela and the Powers, 39.

Venezuela : Under Which Eagle ? 474.
Vermont, Repeal of the Prohibitory Law in, 150, 402, 657.
Virginia, Legislative Affairs in, 653.
Volcanoes Under the Sea, 486.
Vragen des Tijds reviewed, 376, 626.
WASHINGTON, Booker T., as an Orator, 657.
Washington, Proposed Edifices at, 17.
Washington: The Well-Governed District of Columbia,

677.
Wellman, Walter. Ireland's Emancipation, 191.
Wellman, Walter. The Steel Corporation Points the

Way, 326.
Wesley and the Wesleyan Movement, 714.
Westminster Review reviewed, 244, 752.
Weyl, Walter E. The Award of the Anthracite Coal

Strike Commission, 460.
Wilder, Frank A. The Coal Deposits of the North-

West, 186.
Willey, Day Allen. The Outdoor Treatment of Tuber-

culosis, 689.
Willey, Day Allen. The Rural Free Delivery Service, 55.
Williams, Talcott. The Sultan of Morocco and His

Present Troubles, 293.
Wisconsin, Legislative Affairs in, 660.
Woman and Music, 741.
Woord en Beeld reviewed, 115.
World's Work reviewed, 106, 239, 191, 618, 747.
Wyndham, The Right Hon. George, M.P., 574.
Vale Review reviewed, 495.

TARIFF on Iron and Steel, 210.
Tariff, Thomas B. Reed on the, 82.
Taxation Problems and Reforms, Some, 202.
Telegraphy, Wireless, Present Status of, 177.
Telescope, The Coming, 609.
Temperance :
Alcohol: Food or Poison, 488.
Army Canteen : Should It Be Restored ? 220.
England's New License Law, 153.
Prohibitory System in Vermont and New Hampshire,

Abolition of the, 150, 402, 657.
Russian Temperance Committees, 91.
Theater, Moral Influence of the, Mme. Sarah Bernhardt

on the, 235.

EDITED BY ALBERT SHAW.

CONTENTS FOR JANUARY, 1903.

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General Christiaan Rudolf De Wet....Frontispiece
The Progress of the World-
The Meaning of Progress

3 Economic High Tides..

3 "Good Times” and the Wage-Earner.

3 May “Bad Times” Be Abolished ?..

4 Good Lessons from the Strike... Scope of the Anthracite Inquiry.

4 American Concern for the Children..

4 “Free Delivery” and Rural Progress. Countrifying the Cities..

5 Revolutionizing New York.. One Year of Mayor Low.....

6 Mr. Cutting's Indorsement.

6
Conditions of Life in New York.
Ohio's New Code for Cities...
Chicago's Municipal Situation..
The "Augean Stables” of St. Louis.
The Truth About Minneapolis..
Congress at Work..

9 The Statehood Contest.

9 The Trust Question at Washington.. The Tariff and Reciprocity.

10 The Cuban Treaty....

11 Problems of the Philippines.

11 Urgent Economic Measures.

11 Professor Jenks' Proposals..

12 The Desired Staff System...

13 An Improved National Militia.

13 Supporting Our Minister of Finance.

13 Postal Affairs.....

14 In Mr. Hitchcock's Great Department.

14 Our Naval Expansion....,

15 Dewey in the Caribbean Sea...

15 The President has Earned New Year's Compliments.

16 Our Good Relations Abroad..

16 Proposed Edifices at Washington....

17 Non-Employment and Distress in England.. 17 The Education Bill Passed.

18 As to Subsidies Ships and Sugar.

18 Mr. Chamberlain and South Africa.

19 Germany's New Tariff..

19 The Claims Against Venezuela

20 Germany's Motives...

20 What Was England About?

20 The German Enthusiasm..

21 Governments as Claim Collectors.

21 How to Settle Money Claims..

21 The Hague Court Is for Such Cases. The Duty of the United States.

22 Castro's Declared Policy..

23
Coercive Measures...
Mr. Bowen as Peacemaker .
Castro as a Type and Figure

24 Friction Between Germany and England.. 25 Arbitration Fully Expected..

26 With portraits of Edgar Gardner Murphy, Knute Nel.

son, Charles E. Littlefield, John J. Jenkins, Jere-
miah w. Jenks, Charles N. Fowler, Ethan Allen
Hitchcock, John Hay, the late Joseph Parker, Baron
von Richthofen, Lord Lansdowne, and Cipriano

Castro, and other illustrations.
Record of Current Events...

27 With portraits

of Shelby M. Cullom, Robert R. Hitt, and Francisco Silvela.

Thomas Nast...

By Ernest Knaufft.
With portrait of the late Mr. Nast, and reproductions

of his cartoons.
Thomas Brackett Reed.

36 By Henry B. F. Macfarland.

With portrait of the late Mr. Reed. Venezuela and the Powers..

39 By A. Maurice Low. Herbert W. Bowen: An International Figure of the Month.

43 With portrait of Mr. Bowen. Friedrich Alfred Krupp-The Essen Philanthropist..

47 By Elisabeth Weber Carden. With portrait of the late Herr Krupp, and other illus

trations. The Krupps and Their Steel Works at Essen 51

By R. H. Knorr.

With a view of the steel works. The Rural Free Delivery Service..

55 By Day Allen Willey. With portrait of H. Conquest Clarke, and other illustra

tions. The American Ox and His Pasture.. ... 61

By E. Benjamin Andrews.
With a cattle map of the range States, and other illus-

trations.
The Advance in Beef Prices...

69 By Fred C. Croxton. The Treasury and the Money Market

By Charles A. Conant. The British Education Bill..

78 By W. T. Stead. Leading Articles of the Month

Thomas B. Reed on the Tariff.
Personal Characteristics of the Late Herr Krupp 83
Old-Age Insurance...
President Roosevelt's First Year.

85 The American Invasion of Canada.

87 Mr. Bryce on the Powers of the British Crown.. 89 The Mad Mullah...

89 The Russian Temperance Committees.

91 An Arctic Prison-Village..

92 Religion in Italy To-day.

92 Japanese Formosa..

93 The Size of Alaska..

94 Sverdrup's Work in the Arctics.

95 Cablegrams at Two Cents a Word...

996 A New Device in Architectural Method..

96 Disposal of the Dead in Cities..

97 The Relation of Oxygen to Heart Activity. 98 The Sense-Perception of Insects...

99 The Wonders of the Becquerel Rays.

100 Facts About Parasitic Worms.

101 Caran D'Ache and His Work...

102 With a map of Somaliland, map showing Alaska's area

compared with that of the United States, map of
Captain Sverdrup's explorations, 1898-1902, and other

illustrations.
The Periodicals Reviewed..

103 The New Books....

116 With portrait of James A. Harrison, and reproductions

of illustrations. Index to Periodicals.....

124

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GENERAL CHRISTIAAN RUDOLF DE WET. (General De Wet's notable “ History of the Three Years' War” has been a leading topic of the month in Europe

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