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Borden, Sir Frederick W., 718.
Bryce, James, 167; and Mrs. Bryce, 171.
Burdett-Coutts, Baroness, 201.
Burton, Theodore E., 397, 648.
Davis, Brig-Gen. George R. 678.
Harriman, Edward H., 36, 41; Harriman
Harriman, Rev. and Mrs. Orlando, father and
Hilmi, Abbas, Khedive of Egypt, 536.
Jacob, son of Aaron, high-priest of the Samari-
Kopp, Cardinal, Archbishop of Breslau, 26.
Laurier. Sir Wilfrid, 531. 717.
Longfellow. Henry Wadsworth, 173, 174.
MacArthur. General Arthur. 662-
Meadeleren Duitri Ivanovich. 373.
cholas II. Czar of Russia, and the Czarina.
bole. Diwari, 767
Persia, Shah of (Mohammed Ali Mirza), 155.
Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart, 125.
Stolberg-Wernigerode, von, Count Udo, 407.
Switzerland, President of, 542.
Tucker, Harry St. George, 313.
Victoria, Queen, of Spain, 659.
Richard, Cardinal, Archbishop of Paris, 20.
Rockefeller, John D., Jr., 275.
Roosevelt, President, 515, 517, 650; at Panama, Railway abuses, Correcting, 7.
Watson, John ("Ian Maclaren "), 686.
William II., Emperor of Germany, 283.
Postal convention between United States and
RACE suicide, President Roosevelt on, 550.
Railroad accidents, Discussion of, 456, 594.
Railroad efficiency, Demand for, 520.
Railroad investments, President Roosevelt on,
Railroad questions discussed, 387.
Railroad reports and the new rate law, 245.
Railroad situation, The, 267-269.
Randall, Wyatt W. Railway accidents and rail-
Referendum, The, and democracy in Oregon, 748.
Rockefeller, John D., $32,000,000 gift of, to Gen-
Fairness of mind and varied activities of, 515.
Indianapolis speech, May 30, 725.
Root, Secretary, Visit of, to Canada, 148.
Rose, Uriah M., (brief sketch), 675.
Rossiter, William S. The immigration law of
Roumania, a nation with a fixed idea, 494.
Japan, and Manchuria, Relations with, 409.
Modern, Norse beginnings of, 490.
Siberia and the American syndicate, 234.
Steamship lines from, to America, 476.
Stolypin,-What he has done, 153, 154.
Russian literature, Turgenev and, 741.
Russian peasant woman, Awakening of, 491.
Russian revolutionist, Thrilling escape of (Greg-
Samaritans, History and religion of, 238.
San Domingo treaty ratified by Senate, 654.
Savings-bank life insurance for wage-earners, 337.
San Francisco and the Japanese: See under
San Francisco, Building activity in, 644.
San Francisco, Housing problem in, 222.
San Francisco, Municipal corruption in, 644.
School organization and instruction, 364.
Seabury, Joseph B. Seventy years of systematic
giving. [Baroness Burdett-Coutts], 199.
Senate, United States, Usurped powers of, 88.
Servian discontent, King Peter and, 362.
Shonts, Theodore P., on railroad rates and meth-
Siberia and the American syndicate, 234.
Smoke, How much, if any, should we? 342.
Snyder, Carl. Harriman: "Colossus of Roads,"
Socialism or radicalism-Is the world coming to?
South American republics, Presidents of, 596.
Southern leader, Task of the, 353.
Education in, Slow progress of, 755.
Spasovich, V. D., Russian publicist, 104.
VESILOVSKI, A. D., Russian historian, 104.
United States, New Minister to, (Ramon Pina Volcanic action, Effects of, on marine life, 604.
Sperry, Admiral Charles S., (brief sketch), 679.
Spiritual outlook of the world, A Hindu on, 93.
Stassov, Vladimir V., Russian art critic, 103.
State and city governments, Efficiency in, 643.
Strauss, Richard, and the music of the future,
Submarine, Strain and risk of life in a, 225.
Swettenham incident, The, 279.
Swiss silk weavers, Hard lot of the, 250.
Stead, William T. James Bryce: Britain's en-
voy to the American people, 166; The na-
tional arbitration and peace congress in New
York, 591; The restoration of the Transvaal
to the Boers, 428; Practical peace views
Steamship lines from Russia to America, 476.
Stone, Alfred Holt. Italian cotton-growers in
Tariff, the, Mr. Root and, 141.
TAFT, Secretary William H., Activities of, 14.
Teachers,, pay of, Insufficient, 4.
Telegraphy, Wireless, and electric waves, 502.
Telephone in Great Britain, 243.
Telephony, Wireless, 680, 681.
Tenements, Model, in St. Petersburg, 356.
Theatre, Children's, The, 605.
Transvaal, Restoration of, to the Boers, 428.
WADE, Herbert T. Wireless telephony by the De
Wall Street and the administration, 387.
Wall Street's crisis and the country, 558.
Weather conditions during the spring, 649.
Waterways, Interior, 141, 396.
Watson, John, ("Ian Maclaren "), 686.
Weather prophets, Animals as, 628.
West, Max. The Interior Department under Sec-
Weinstock, Harris. Is industrial Japan likely to
Woman suffrage, A world campaign for, 406.
Pope Pius X. in His Study....Frontispiece Harriman : Colossus of Roads". 37
The Beveridge Child Labor Bill.
The Discharge of Colored Troops.
Shall We Subsidize Merchant Shipping? .
The British Lords and Education.
France and the Church Separate
The Concordat and the Republic.
Banishment of the Congregations..
The Government's Point of View.
Dilemma of the French Priesthood.
Dissolution of the German Reichstag.
The Reichstag and Its Powers...
The Coming Russian Elections..
Africa in the World's Thought..
10 The Panama Canal as the President
13 The Automobile and the Average Man✨ 74
Leading Articles of the Month-
The Usurped Powers of the Senate.
A Modern Apprenticeship System
A Hindu on "The World's Spiritual Outlook
Christian-National Labor Movement in Germany 93
The Dangers of Dust Explosions..
A Spanish View of our Philippine "Failure". 106
Will Japan Ever Be Christianized?......... 107
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