The Unz Review • An Alternative Media Selection$
A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media
The Literary Digest Archives
The Literary Digest • 42 Years, 2,037 Issues, 73,776 Articles, 115,219pp
Foreign Comment
Revolutionary Results of Victory upon Japan
The Literary Digest, September 23, 1905, p. 424
Show MoreShow AllFinding...Find More
Email This Page to Someone

 Remember My Information



=>
  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1890s = 3 Years, 155 Issues, 6,426 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1897 = 52 Issues, 2,299 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1898 = 52 Issues, 2,020 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1899 = 51 Issues, 2,107 Articles
        2. [+]
          Issues of the 1900s = 10 Years, 503 Issues, 20,993 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1900 = 50 Issues, 2,218 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 1901 = 51 Issues, 2,275 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 1902 = 52 Issues, 2,654 Articles
                1. [+]
                  Issues of 1903 = 51 Issues, 2,435 Articles
                  1. [+]
                    Issues of 1904 = 52 Issues, 2,371 Articles
                    1. [+]
                      Issues of 1905 = 52 Issues, 1,853 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1905 = 12 Issues, 438 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          January 7, 1905 Issue = 37 Articles
                          1. The New Ambassador to England, p. 3
                          2. The Czar's Reform Ukase, p. 4
                          3. Senator Depew's Victory, p. 5
                          4. Financial and Legal Opinions on Federal Trust Control, pp. 6-7
                          5. As to College Hazing, p. 8
                          6. Whipping-Posts for Wife-Beaters, p. 8
                          7. Topics in Brief, p. 8
                          8. Burne-Jones's Defense of His Artistic Ideals, p. 9
                          9. The Feminine Note in Literature, p. 10
                          10. The Nobel Prize for Literature, p. 11
                          11. The French Estimate of Emerson, p. 12
                          12. Some Improvements in Wireless Telegraphy, p. 13
                          13. How Sociologists Work, p. 13
                          14. Irregularities of the Earth's Rotation Observed, p. 14
                          15. Great Magnets Used for Lifting, p. 14
                          16. Man's Brain and the Ape's, p. 15
                          17. Long-Distance Typewriting, p. 16
                          18. Science Brevities, p. 16
                          19. The Further Development of the Christian Religion, p. 17
                          20. The Jewish Attitude Toward Jesus, p. 17
                          21. The Situation in the Scottish Free Church, p. 18
                          22. Renan's Letters to Berthelot, pp. 19-20
                          23. The Tisza "Guillotine" and the Hungarian Pandemonium, p. 21
                          24. Alleged Bribery of Witnesses Against the Kongo, p. 22
                          25. The Syveton Tragedy in France, p. 23
                          26. A Sensational Statement Regarding Holland, p. 24
                          27. [+]
                            Tales from Real Life, p. 25 - 1 Review
                            1. The Records by Cyrus Townsend Brady
                          28. [+]
                            Personality---What Is It?, p. 25 - 1 Review
                            1. Multiple Personality by Boris Sidis and Simon P. Goodhart
                          29. [+]
                            In Tuscany, p. 25 - 1 Review
                            1. The Road in Tuscany by Maurice Hewlett
                          30. [+]
                            A War Correspondent in the Far East, p. 26 - 1 Review
                            1. With Kuroki in Manchuria by Frederick Palmer
                          31. [+]
                            Muscular Christianity, p. 26 - 1 Review
                            1. The Prospector by Ralph Connor
                          32. [+]
                            The Story of an Indian Village, p. 26 - 1 Review
                            1. The Obijway by Joseph A. Gilfillan
                          33. Books Received, p. 27
                          34. Current Poetry, pp. 28-32
                          35. Miscellaneous, pp. 33-35
                          36. Current Events, pp. 36-38
                          37. Chess, pp. 39-46
                        2. [+]
                          January 14, 1905 Issue = 38 Articles
                          1. The Peace Prospect in the Far East, p. 45
                          2. Leading Features of 1904, p. 46
                          3. The Public Land Frauds, p. 47
                          4. Cotton-Burning in the South, p. 48
                          5. Prosecuting the "Paper Trust", p. 49
                          6. Mr. Cassatt's War on Rebates, p. 50
                          7. Minnesota to Abolish Grand Juries, p. 50
                          8. Governor Pennypacker's New Plan for "Muzzling" the Press, p. 51
                          9. The Latest Northern Securities Decision, p. 51
                          10. Our Ten Million Poor, p. 52
                          11. Topics in Brief, p. 52
                          12. Recollections of Moncure D. Conway, p. 53
                          13. Stevenson's Women, p. 54
                          14. The Alleged Crisis in the English Book Market, p. 55
                          15. The Death of Theodore Thomas, p. 55
                          16. Notes, p. 56
                          17. The Biggest Locomotive Ever Made, p. 57
                          18. Pressure of the Sun's Rays, p. 57
                          19. Stereoscopy Without a Stereoscope, p. 58
                          20. A New Source of Electricity, p. 58
                          21. What Has Psychical Research Accomplished?, p. 59
                          22. The Cause of Consciousness, p. 60
                          23. Mistakes in the Simplon Tunnel, p. 60
                          24. Religious Features of 1904, p. 61
                          25. In Praise of "Divine Discontent", p. 62
                          26. The Welsh Revival, p. 63
                          27. Is Immortality Without Memory Desirable?, p. 64
                          28. The Eastern Question a Religious Question, p. 64
                          29. Conditions Precedent to Peace, p. 65
                          30. The United States as Second Fiddle to England, p. 66
                          31. Nicholas II. and the Grand Ducal Factions, p. 67
                          32. China's Agony, p. 68
                          33. [+]
                            How We Are Held Up to the Germans, p. 69 - 1 Review
                            1. The Americans by Hugo Munsterberg
                          34. [+]
                            On the American Parnassus, p. 69 - 1 Review
                            1. The Younger American Poets by Jessie B. Rittenhouse
                          35. [+]
                            A Gem of a Girl, p. 69 - 1 Review
                            1. The Tomboy at Work by Jeannette L. Gilder
                          36. [+]
                            Prometheus Again in Drama, p. 70 - 1 Review
                            1. The Fire-Bringer by William Vaughn Moody
                          37. [+]
                            Two Stories of Prison Life, pp. 70-71 - 2 Reviews
                            1. Mrs. Maybrick's Own Story by Florence Elizabeth Maybrick
                            2. Life in Sing Sing by Number 1500
                          38. Miscellaneous, pp. 72-86
                        3. [+]
                          January 21, 1905 Issue = 38 Articles
                          1. The President and the Rebate Question, pp. 81-82
                          2. Japan's Leadership in Asia, pp. 83-84
                          3. Adams's Victory in Colorado, p. 85
                          4. A "Plagrue of Political Corruption" in Indiana, p. 85
                          5. Saving the Forests, p. 86
                          6. The "Beef Trust" and Interstate Commerce, p. 87
                          7. Dynamiting Frederick the Great, p. 87
                          8. The Pending Statehood Bill, p. 88
                          9. Topics in Brief, p. 88
                          10. Literary Features of 1904, p. 89
                          11. The Father of Modern Caricature, p. 90
                          12. Has America No Literary Standards?, p. 91
                          13. The Literary Value of Sincerity, p. 92
                          14. To Preserve Vegetables by Drying, p. 93
                          15. More About Creeping Rails, p. 93
                          16. Natural Circle of Mushrooms, p. 94
                          17. Influence of Direction on the Human Organism, p. 94
                          18. The Use of Automobiles in Astronomy, p. 95
                          19. Wanted: An Up-to-date Fire-Engine, p. 95
                          20. Spontaneous Recurrence of Thought, p. 96
                          21. Electric Arc Due to Salt In the Air, p. 96
                          22. Science Brevities, p. 96
                          23. Babel-Bibel and Kilimandsharo, p. 97
                          24. The "Self-Assertion" of Jesus, p. 97
                          25. The Fatalism of Modern Science, p. 98
                          26. An Object-Lesson in the Progress of Christianity, p. 99
                          27. The Religious Aspect of Psychical Research, p. 100
                          28. Kuropatkin's Valley Forge, p. 101
                          29. The Ideas of Mr. Witte, p. 101
                          30. The Impending Critical Situation in World-Politics, pp. 102-103
                          31. An Alliance Between the United States and a European Power, p. 104
                          32. Points of View, p. 104
                          33. [+]
                            A Searching Love Problem, p. 105 - 1 Review
                            1. Paths of Judgment by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
                          34. [+]
                            A Graphic Picture of a Bleak Region, p. 105 - 1 Review
                            1. Doctor Luke of the Labrador by Norman Duncan
                          35. [+]
                            An Ethical Portrait of John D. Rockefeller, p. 105 - 1 Review
                            1. The History of the Standard Oil Company by Ida M. Tarbell
                          36. [+]
                            History and a Woman's Heart, p. 106 - 1 Review
                            1. Reminiscences of Peace and War by Mrs. Roger A. Pryor
                          37. [+]
                            A Purple Patch, pp. 106-107 - 1 Review
                            1. Cabbages and Kings by O. Henry
                          38. Miscellaneous, pp. 108-120
                        4. [+]
                          January 28, 1905 Issue = 40 Articles
                          1. The Upheaval in Russia, p. 119
                          2. Our "Fiscal Protectorate" in Santo Domingo, p. 120
                          3. Crusade against Vice in New York, p. 121
                          4. Outlook for Railroad Regulation, p. 122
                          5. Secretary Hay and China, p. 123
                          6. End of the Fall River Strike, p. 124
                          7. Dooley and Lawson on Banks, p. 124
                          8. "Illimitable" Power of the President, p. 125
                          9. Topics in Brief, p. 126
                          10. How Lowell Became an Anglomaniac, p. 127
                          11. The "American Peril" in Art, p. 127
                          12. Morals of the Present French Stage, p. 128
                          13. Theodore Thomas: Some Appreciations of His Work, p. 128
                          14. Decadence of the "Love Interest" in Music, p. 129
                          15. The Monster in Fiction, p. 130
                          16. Roosevelt as a Man of Letters, p. 130
                          17. The Bodily Heat of Insects, p. 131
                          18. How to Kill a Lobster, p. 131
                          19. A Novel Water-Wheel, p. 132
                          20. A Great Submarine Canon Near New York, p. 133
                          21. An Early Use of the Propeller, p. 134
                          22. Our Lack of Honors in Science, p. 134
                          23. Science Brevities, p. 134
                          24. Sir Oliver Lodge on Prayer and Miracles, p. 135
                          25. "Saint Joan of Arc", p. 136
                          26. Religion East and West, p. 137
                          27. Modern Orthodox Vieiv of "Verbal Inspiration", p. 137
                          28. "The Pope That is to Be", p. 138
                          29. Tolstoy on the Need of Russia, p. 139
                          30. Kuropatkin's Army and the Command of the Sea, p. 140
                          31. The New French Ministry, p. 141
                          32. Ineffectiveness of China's Neutrality, p. 141
                          33. Russian Press on the Russian Crisis, p. 142
                          34. [+]
                            Vital Memoirs of the Civil War, p. 143 - 1 Review
                            1. A Belle of the Fifties by Mrs. Virginia Clay-Clopton
                          35. [+]
                            The Story of a Memorable Day, p. 143 - 1 Review
                            1. Black Friday by Frederic S. Isham
                          36. [+]
                            A Superb Monster, p. 143 - 1 Review
                            1. The Sea-Wolf by Jack London
                          37. [+]
                            A Londonized Mark Twain, p. 144 - 1 Review
                            1. American Wives and Others by Jerome K. Jerome
                          38. [+]
                            Features of Our Continental Face, p. 144 - 1 Review
                            1. North America by Israel C. Russell
                          39. [+]
                            Popular History At Its Best, pp. 144-145 - 1 Review
                            1. A History of the United States and Its People by Elroy McKendree Avery
                          40. Miscellaneous, pp. 146-154
                        5. [+]
                          February 4, 1905 Issue = 32 Articles
                          1. Russian Revolutionary Prospects, p. 153
                          2. Russian Characters in Quip Portrait and Cartoon, pp. 154-155
                          3. Was the Port Arthur Surrender Needless?, p. 156
                          4. Aspects of the Santo Domingo Protectorate, p. 157
                          5. An Economio Revolution, p. 158
                          6. Feasibility of a Sea-Level Panama Canal, p. 159
                          7. Dallying with the Arbitration Treaties, p. 160
                          8. Topics in Brief, p. 160
                          9. Richard Wagner's Love-Letters, p. 161
                          10. The Art-Ideals of Watts and of Tolstoy, p. 161
                          11. The Buried Treasures of Herculaneum, p. 162
                          12. Maxim Gorki: The Mouthpiece of Russian Revolt, p. 163
                          13. Sir Leslie Stephen on Disraeli's Novels, p. 164
                          14. Notes, p. 164
                          15. The Art of Shamming Disease, p. 165
                          16. A Fogless Tunnel, p. 165
                          17. Digging Out a Mammoth, p. 166
                          18. The Soap-Tree and its Uses, p. 167
                          19. Are There Tides on the Great Lakes?, p. 168
                          20. Chemical Prediction, p. 168
                          21. Science Brevities, p. 168
                          22. Can the Church Survive as a "Social and Philanthropic Organization"?, p. 169
                          23. The Feminine Element in Deity, p. 169
                          24. Religious Statistics for 1904, p. 170
                          25. Schiaparelli on the Astronomy of the Old Testament, p. 171
                          26. Religious Ideals of Greece and Israel, p. 172
                          27. Religious Notes, p. 172
                          28. Political Ideas of the Russian Masses, p. 173
                          29. Theodore I, p. 174
                          30. International Effects of a Russian Crash, p. 175
                          31. Russia's Ally on the Russian Crisis, pp. 175-177
                          32. Miscellaneous, pp. 178-192
                        6. [+]
                          February 11, 1905 Issue = 38 Articles
                          1. Effects of the Beef-Trust Decision, pp. 191-192
                          2. The President and the Democrats, p. 193
                          3. Russian Leaders on their Situation, p. 194
                          4. Indian Funds and Sectarian Schools, pp. 195-196
                          5. Adventures of the Santo Domingo Treaty, p. 197
                          6. Topics in Brief, p. 197
                          7. A Russian "Nora"---with a Difference, p. 198
                          8. A "Historian of Fine Consciences", p. 198
                          9. Thomas Moore's Place in English Poetry, p. 199
                          10. Leoncavallo's "German" Opera, p. 200
                          11. Suppressing a Dramatic Critic, p. 201
                          12. What Is Style?, p. 202
                          13. Notes, p. 202
                          14. The Curves of Speech and Melody, p. 203
                          15. Pleasure and Pain in Evolution, p. 203
                          16. Some Interesting Advice About Eating, p. 204
                          17. Misleading Estimates of "Candle Power", p. 204
                          18. Sun-Spots and the Earth's Magnetism, p. 205
                          19. Nature of the Chemical Elements, p. 205
                          20. From Star to Star, p. 206
                          21. A New Profession, p. 206
                          22. Science Brevities, p. 206
                          23. Is a General Religious Revival Imminent?, p. 207
                          24. Ian Maclaren's Appreciation of Bunyan, p. 207
                          25. Free Thought in the Church of England, p. 208
                          26. The Church's Neglected Opportunity, p. 209
                          27. What Roman Catholicism has Done for Woman, p. 210
                          28. Religious Notes, p. 210
                          29. Autocracy in Warsaw, p. 211
                          30. Influence of Russia's Collapse upon France as a Great Power, p. 212
                          31. Japanese Surveys of the Situation, p. 213
                          32. A Secret of American Diplomacy in the Far East, p. 214
                          33. [+]
                            Some Meccas of the Mind, p. 215 - 1 Review
                            1. Backgrounds of Literature by Hamilton Wright Mabie
                          34. [+]
                            A Political Novel, p. 215 - 1 Review
                            1. Guthrie of the Times by Joseph A. Altsheler
                          35. [+]
                            Uncle Ab Again, p. 215 - 1 Review
                            1. The Georgians by Will N. Harben
                          36. [+]
                            A Busy Lifetime of Lofty Endeavor, p. 216 - 1 Review
                            1. Autobiography: Memories, and Experiences by Moncure Daniel Conway
                          37. [+]
                            The Perils of Darkest Celibacy and the Way Out, pp. 216-217 - 1 Review
                            1. Far from the Maddening Girls by Guy Wetmore Carryl
                          38. Miscellaneous, pp. 218-230
                        7. [+]
                          February 18, 1905 Issue = 32 Articles
                          1. Comment on the Indian School Scandal, p. 229
                          2. Drawbacks of the Drawback Decision, p. 230
                          3. Santa Fe and Secretary Morton, p. 231
                          4. Tempering "Government by Injunction", p. 232
                          5. New Stars in the Flag, p. 233
                          6. Taxing the Colonies, p. 234
                          7. Evolving a Railroad Law, p. 235
                          8. Cost of Building Up the Navy, p. 236
                          9. Is Journalism Ruled by the Countlng-Room?, p. 237
                          10. "Expert" Views of Current Dramatic Problems, p. 237
                          11. Thomas Nast and the American Cartoon, p. 238
                          12. Thoreau as Revealed in His Journal, p. 239
                          13. The Slav Temperament in Art, p. 240
                          14. Our Output of Automobiles, p. 241
                          15. Birds and Electric Wires, p. 241
                          16. Diamond-Mining Up to Date, p. 242
                          17. Is the Sun Cooling?, p. 243
                          18. Exploitation of the Sahara, p. 244
                          19. Facts About Habitual Drunkards, p. 244
                          20. What has the New Testament Borrowed from Ethnic Religions?, p. 245
                          21. A Dream of the Future Church, p. 245
                          22. Religious Comment on the Indian School Appropriation, p. 246
                          23. The Multitude of Religions in the United States, p. 247
                          24. A Roman Catholic View of the Harmony of Science and Faith, p. 247
                          25. The Spiritual Quality in American Manhood, p. 248
                          26. Attempts to Justify the Bloodshed in St. Petersburg, p. 249
                          27. The Russian Press on Peace, p. 249
                          28. Washington Diplomacy and the Monroe Doctrine, p. 250
                          29. Anticlericalism of Premier Rouvier, p. 251
                          30. The French Outburst against Russia, p. 251
                          31. Points of View, pp. 252-255
                          32. Miscellaneous, pp. 256-268
                        8. [+]
                          February 25, 1905 Issue = 37 Articles
                          1. The President and the Senate, p. 267
                          2. An Instructive Insurance Jar, p. 268
                          3. Quieting Colombia, p. 269
                          4. Fate of an Illinois Keformer, p. 269
                          5. Santo Domingo Customs and Senate Customs, p. 270
                          6. Kansas and Standard Oil, p. 271
                          7. Sergius, pp. 272-273
                          8. The Kaiser's Plan for an Educational Entente, p. 274
                          9. "Don Quixote" and Its Author, p. 274
                          10. Some French Critics on Shakespeare, p. 275
                          11. The Historic Position of Beethoven, p. 276
                          12. The Oldest Love-Letter in the World, p. 277
                          13. The Author of "Ben-Hur", p. 278
                          14. Is Half of Our Science Worthless?, p. 279
                          15. "Race Suicide" in British Upper Classes, p. 279
                          16. Talking Backward, p. 280
                          17. How We Catch Cold, p. 280
                          18. Ore-Finding by Electric Waves, p. 280
                          19. The Hard-Working Japanese Student, p. 281
                          20. An Apple Without a Core, p. 281
                          21. Trees as Conductors of Electricity, p. 282
                          22. Are Christ's Ideals Suitable to the Life of To-Day?, p. 283
                          23. Lessons of the Welsh Revival, p. 283
                          24. The Scientific Study of Religion, p. 284
                          25. A New Theory of Evil, p. 285
                          26. The "Renaissance of Wonder" in Modern Times, p. 286
                          27. The Churches' Belittling of the Ministry, p. 286
                          28. A New Russian Bureaucratic Indictment of Nicholas II, p. 287
                          29. Europe's Change of View Regarding Revolution, p. 288
                          30. Prime Minister Balfour and His Policy, p. 289
                          31. Flogging Under the Czar, pp. 289-290
                          32. [+]
                            A Livery for Credentials, p. 291 - 1 Review
                            1. The Man on the Box by Harold MacGrath
                          33. [+]
                            The Nation's Book, p. 291 - 1 Review
                            1. Poverty by Robert Hunter
                          34. [+]
                            The White Man's Burden, p. 291 - 1 Review
                            1. The Negro by Thomas Nelson Page
                          35. [+]
                            The Gist of Herbert Spencer, p. 292 - 1 Review
                            1. Herbert Spencer: An Estimate and Review by Josiah Royce
                          36. [+]
                            A Business Novel, pp. 292-293 - 1 Review
                            1. The Buccaneers by Henry M. Hyde
                          37. Miscellaneous, pp. 294-304
                        9. [+]
                          March 4, 1905 Issue = 36 Articles
                          1. After Standard Oil, pp. 303-304
                          2. Beef Magnates and Prison Stripes, p. 305
                          3. Looking for Peace, p. 306
                          4. A Woman's Statue in the Capitol, p. 307
                          5. Food Adulteration, p. 308
                          6. Boodling in California, p. 308
                          7. Decision in the North Sea Case, p. 309
                          8. "Victims of Acquittal", p. 310
                          9. Discouraging Features of Our Literary Development, p. 311
                          10. The Confessions of Oscar Wilde, pp. 311-312
                          11. The New Director of the Metropolitan Museum, p. 313
                          12. Protests Against Our Copyright Law, p. 313
                          13. A New Tribute to Henry James, p. 314
                          14. Can Birds Smell?, p. 315
                          15. The Psychology of Mathematical Aptitude, p. 315
                          16. The Fatal Gas-Jet, p. 316
                          17. Quick Work in Building Wire-Lines, p. 316
                          18. Some New Forms of Door, p. 317
                          19. Is Action at a Distance Possible?, p. 318
                          20. Purification of Drinking-Water by Copper, p. 318
                          21. An Indictment of "Yellow Pulpitism", p. 319
                          22. The Religious Education Association, p. 319
                          23. Sir Oliver Lodge on Haeckel, p. 320
                          24. The Dukhobors, p. 321
                          25. A Roman Catholic's Criticism of Celibacy, p. 322
                          26. Japanese Forecasts of Japanese Peace Terms, p. 323
                          27. The Zemsky Sobor, p. 323
                          28. France from the Pope's Point of View, pp. 324-325
                          29. British Anxiety Regarding the American Ship Subsidy Scheme, p. 326
                          30. Reasons for Deeming a Russian Revolution Unlikely, p. 326
                          31. [+]
                            The Novelist in the Hoosier Legislature, p. 327 - 1 Review
                            1. In the Arena by Booth Tarkington
                          32. [+]
                            Japan and "The White Disaster"x, p. 327 - 1 Review
                            1. The Awakening of Japan by Kakuzo Okakura
                          33. [+]
                            Why the War Had to Come, p. 327 - 1 Review
                            1. The Russo-Japanese Conflict by Kanichi Asakawa
                          34. [+]
                            Hichens at His Best, p. 328 - 1 Review
                            1. The Garden of Allah by Robert Hichens
                          35. [+]
                            Radisson and the Great Northwest, pp. 328-329 - 1 Review
                            1. Pathfinders of the West by Agnes C. Laut
                          36. Miscellaneous, pp. 330-348
                        10. [+]
                          March 11, 1905 Issue = 37 Articles
                          1. The Inauguration, pp. 347-348
                          2. Returning the Confederate Battle-Plags, p. 349
                          3. The Swayne Acquittal, p. 350
                          4. Death of Mrs. Stanford, p. 351
                          5. What Congress Did, p. 352
                          6. Popular Representation in Russia, p. 353
                          7. Some Observations on the American Short Story, p. 354
                          8. An Antique Encyclopedia, p. 354
                          9. Korolenko Apostle of Pity, p. 355
                          10. The Aphrodite Statue in New York, p. 355
                          11. Intellectual Traits of Coventry Patmore, p. 356
                          12. Bernard Shaw's Politico-Social Satire "John Bull's Other Island", p. 357
                          13. A New Discovery in Electric Lighting, p. 358
                          14. How Stonehenge was Built, p. 358
                          15. Analysis of an English Fog, p. 359
                          16. What is a Sun-Spot?, p. 359
                          17. Electrical Cooking, p. 360
                          18. How Large Can a Crystal Grow?, p. 361
                          19. Science Brevities, p. 361
                          20. The Need of the Hellenic Note in Modern Life, p. 362
                          21. An Italian View of American Church Life, p. 362
                          22. What Christ Taught Concerning Divorce, p. 363
                          23. The Bankruptcy of Higher Criticism, p. 364
                          24. Growth of the Christian Endeavor Movement, p. 364
                          25. A Church Envoy to Labor, p. 365
                          26. Religious Notes, p. 365
                          27. Personal Aspects of the Reign of the Czar, pp. 366-367
                          28. The Imperiled Existence of Austria-Hungary as a Dual Monarchy, p. 368
                          29. The Struggle Between the Bussian Bureaucracy and the Russian Nobility, p. 369
                          30. Europe's Discontent with the United States Senate, p. 370
                          31. Points of View, p. 370
                          32. [+]
                            An Ante-Bellum Picture of the South---With Reflections, p. 371 - 1 Review
                            1. Bethany: A Story of the Old South by Thomas E. Watson
                          33. [+]
                            A Direful Phase of Modern Slavery, p. 371 - 1 Review
                            1. King Leopold's Rule in Africa by Edmund D. Morel
                          34. [+]
                            China and Her Neighbors, p. 371 - 2 Reviews
                            1. New Forces in Old China by Arthur Judson Brown
                            2. Europe and the Far East by Robert K. Douglas
                          35. [+]
                            A Last Landmark, p. 372 - 1 Review
                            1. Literary Landmarks of the Scottish Universities by Laurence Hutton
                          36. [+]
                            Crime and Its Treatment, pp. 372-373 - 1 Review
                            1. The Diseases of Society by G. Frank Lydston
                          37. Miscellaneous, pp. 374-384
                        11. [+]
                          March 18, 1905 Issue = 36 Articles
                          1. The Battle of Mukden, pp. 383-385
                          2. The Beef Trust's Small Profits, p. 386
                          3. Shearing the Santo Domingo Treaty, p. 387
                          4. Dissecting the Appointments, p. 388
                          5. Subway-Elevated Strike in New York, p. 389
                          6. A Railroad Rejoinder, p. 390
                          7. Topics in Brief, p. 390
                          8. Is There a "Slump in Poetry"?, p. 391
                          9. Maeterlinck's Appreciation of King Lear, p. 392
                          10. A Painter of Modern Industrialism, p. 392
                          11. An American Performance of Ibsen's Latest Drama, p. 393
                          12. American Men of Letters in the Sixties, p. 394
                          13. Notes, p. 394
                          14. Will the Human Body Float?, p. 395
                          15. The Age-Limit of Man's TJsefulness, p. 395
                          16. A Chapter in Creation, p. 396
                          17. High-Speed Photography, p. 397
                          18. Why Do We See Right Side Up?, p. 398
                          19. Dr. Loeb's New Experiments, p. 398
                          20. Science Brevities, p. 398
                          21. Can the Truth of Immortality Be Established by Scientific Methods?, p. 399
                          22. Readjnstment of Theology and Ethics on the Monistic Basis, p. 399
                          23. A German Mohammedan's Defense of Islam, p. 400
                          24. The New Berlin Cathedral, p. 401
                          25. A Freethinker's Tribute to the Bible, p. 402
                          26. The Prospect of Peace, p. 403
                          27. Great Britain the United States and the Arbitration Treaties, p. 404
                          28. An Agitation for the Partition of China, p. 404
                          29. The Sectarian Upheaval in Canada, pp. 405-406
                          30. [+]
                            The Uncritical Biography of a Critic, p. 407 - 1 Review
                            1. Theodore Watts-Dunton: Poet, Novelist, Critic by James Douglas
                          31. [+]
                            A Missionary Contribution to Science, p. 407 - 1 Review
                            1. Fetichism in West Africa by Robert Hamill Nassau
                          32. [+]
                            Japanese Life---An All-Around View, p. 407 - 1 Review
                            1. Japanese Life in Town and Country by George William Knox
                          33. [+]
                            A Mysterious Disappearance, p. 408 - 1 Review
                            1. The Millionaire Baby by Anna Katharine Green
                          34. [+]
                            A Remarkable Character, p. 408 - 1 Review
                            1. Memorials of Edward Burne-Jones, 1868-1898 by Georgiana Burne-Jones
                          35. [+]
                            The Revival of Metaphysics, pp. 408-409 - 2 Reviews
                            1. Elements of Metaphysics by Alfred Edward Taylor
                            2. A System of Metaphysics by George Stuart Fullerton
                          36. Miscellaneous, pp. 410-420
                        12. [+]
                          March 25, 1905 Issue = 37 Articles
                          1. Senate President and Santo Domingo, p. 419
                          2. Agitation Against Japanese Immigration in California, p. 420
                          3. Selling World's Fair Awards, p. 421
                          4. Stealing Oregon Land, p. 422
                          5. Hot Shot in Quip and Cartoon, p. 423
                          6. Mutualizing the Equitable, p. 424
                          7. Looking for Peace, p. 425
                          8. The Colorado Governorship, p. 426
                          9. Topics in Brief, p. 426
                          10. Editing a Paper in Russia, p. 427
                          11. Goethe as an Egotist, p. 427
                          12. The Reading of Our Country Communities, p. 428
                          13. The Humor of Sydney Smith, p. 429
                          14. Biography as the Coming Literary Form, p. 430
                          15. How Desert Plants Get Their Water, p. 431
                          16. Wireless Telegraphy in the Home, p. 431
                          17. A Mint in the Sea, p. 432
                          18. A New Food Vegetable, p. 432
                          19. Fishes and Ships: Their Shape and Speed, p. 433
                          20. Through the Alps at Last, p. 433
                          21. To Key West by Rail, p. 434
                          22. Duels on Strictly Sanitary Principles, p. 434
                          23. Science Brevities, p. 434
                          24. Should Advanced Theology be Taught from the Pulpit?, p. 435
                          25. English Comment on the Torrey-Alexander Crusade, p. 435
                          26. Dr. Hilprecht and the Nippur Tablets, p. 436
                          27. Specialism in Ministerial Training, p. 437
                          28. Religious Notes, p. 438
                          29. Opposition of the Russian Masses to Free Institutions, p. 439
                          30. Russian Press on the Zemski Sobor, p. 440
                          31. The Roman Catholic Hierarchy and Canada's Political Upheaval, pp. 441-442
                          32. [+]
                            Madame D'Estree's Daughter, p. 443 - 1 Review
                            1. The Marriage of William Ashe by Mrs. Humphry Ward
                          33. [+]
                            Rome Seen by an Artist's Wife, p. 443 - 1 Review
                            1. Roma Beata by Maud Howe
                          34. [+]
                            The All-Accomplished Emperor, p. 443 - 1 Review
                            1. The Kaiser as He Is by Henri de Noussanne
                          35. [+]
                            The Origin of Species, p. 444 - 1 Review
                            1. Species and Varieties: Their Origin by Mutation by Hugo De Vries and Daniel Trembly MacDougal
                          36. [+]
                            A Blot on Our National Escutcheon, pp. 444-445 - 1 Review
                            1. The Conquest of the Southwest by Cyrus Townsend Brady
                          37. Miscellaneous, pp. 446-458
                      2. [+]
                        Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1905 = 13 Issues, 473 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          April 1, 1905 Issue = 32 Articles
                          1. Castro's Defiance, p. 457
                          2. Lawson on Insurance Jugglery, pp. 458-459
                          3. The Chicago Campaign, p. 460
                          4. A Woman's Grievance Against the "Big Stick", p. 461
                          5. The St. Louis Awards Scandal, p. 462
                          6. Delivering the New York Police from Temptation, pp. 462-463
                          7. "The Puppet Czar", p. 464
                          8. Topics in Brief, p. 464
                          9. A Poet's Impression of America, p. 465
                          10. The Woman of To-Day as a Novelist, p. 465
                          11. Successes of the French Dramatic Season, p. 466
                          12. The Aristocracy of Art, p. 467
                          13. Censorship "for the Protection of Immature Minds", p. 468
                          14. The Machinery of Art, p. 469
                          15. The Pagoscope: A Frost-Predicter, p. 470
                          16. Whence Comes the Light of the Firefly?, p. 470
                          17. Gravitation and the Blood, p. 471
                          18. A Vegetable Rat Trap?, p. 471
                          19. The Inadvisability of Medical Jesting, p. 472
                          20. Pyromania---an Impulse to Burn Things, p. 472
                          21. Mr. Rockefeller and the Clergy, p. 473
                          22. Results of Aroheological Research in Palestine, p. 474
                          23. A "Congregational Cathedral" in New York, p. 475
                          24. The Alliance of Theology with the University, p. 476
                          25. Prayer and Politics, p. 476
                          26. The Peace Japan Does Not Want, p. 477
                          27. The "Strikes" of the Intellectuals in Russia, p. 477
                          28. A Defense of Assassination in Russia, p. 478
                          29. The Coming Struggle for Command of the Sea, p. 479
                          30. Imminence of a Macedonian Outbreak, p. 480
                          31. English Press on the Result of the Rozhdestvensky Investigation, pp. 480-481
                          32. Miscellaneous, pp. 482-496
                        2. [+]
                          April 8, 1905 Issue = 39 Articles
                          1. The Shrewdness of Morales, p. 495
                          2. The Russian Losses, p. 496
                          3. Mismanagement at Panama, p. 497
                          4. Labor Press on the New York Strike Failure, p. 498
                          5. Mr. Bryce Revisits America, p. 499
                          6. "The Czar's Soliloquy", p. 500
                          7. Some St. Louis Scandal Rejoinders, p. 500
                          8. Topics in Brief, p. 501
                          9. What Makes a Novel Popular?, p. 502
                          10. A "King of Romancers", p. 502
                          11. The Whistler Exhibition in London, p. 503
                          12. Shakespeare as an Imitator, p. 504
                          13. A Frenchman's Comment on Our Language, p. 505
                          14. Has Matter Only Two States?, p. 506
                          15. Music at a Distance, p. 506
                          16. The Utilization of Obstacles in Wireless Telegraphy, p. 507
                          17. The Destruction of Niagara, p. 507
                          18. Development of Species by Temperature, p. 508
                          19. Dust and Patent Medicines, p. 508
                          20. Poisonous Coal-Tar Colors, p. 509
                          21. How to Copy an Old Daguerreotype, p. 509
                          22. Science Brevities, p. 509
                          23. Is Christianity Menaced by Socialism?, p. 510
                          24. The Credibility of the Gospels, p. 511
                          25. The Church's Hold on American Men, p. 511
                          26. A Positivist's Impeachment of the Churches, p. 512
                          27. Religious Views of Mr. Rockefeller's Gift, p. 513
                          28. Russia's Reluctance to Conclude Peace, p. 514
                          29. President Roosevelt Santo Domingo and the Senate, p. 515
                          30. Premier Rouvier's Mode of Separating Church and State, p. 516
                          31. Sir Wilfrid Laurier's Compromise of the Canadian School Conflict, p. 517
                          32. Points of View, p. 518
                          33. [+]
                            Excellent Short Stories, p. 519 - 1 Review
                            1. The Wedding of the Lady of Lovell by Una L. Silberrad
                          34. [+]
                            A Case of Arrested Development, p. 519 - 1 Review
                            1. The War Between the Union and the Confederacy and Its Lost Opportunities by William C. Oates
                          35. [+]
                            The Patron Saint of the American Orchard, p. 519 - 1 Review
                            1. The Quest of John Chapman by Newell Dwight Hillis
                          36. [+]
                            The Trials of an Explorer, p. 520 - 1 Review
                            1. The Lure of the Labrador Wild by Dillon Wallace
                          37. [+]
                            A Novel of Revolutionary Russia, p. 520 - 1 Review
                            1. The White Terror and the Red by Abraham Cahan
                          38. [+]
                            A Defender of King Leopold, pp. 520-521 - 1 Review
                            1. The Story of the Congo Free State by Henry Wellington Wack
                          39. Miscellaneous, pp. 522-534
                        3. [+]
                          April 15, 1905 Issue = 36 Articles
                          1. The "Equitable" Broil, pp. 533-534
                          2. Municipal Ownership in Chicago, p. 535
                          3. The New Panama Canal Commission, pp. 536-537
                          4. Taxing "Wall Street" and the Tax Dodgers, p. 538
                          5. The President's Trip, p. 538
                          6. Plans of the Battle of Mukden, p. 539
                          7. Standard Oil's Defense, p. 540
                          8. Mascagni's New Dramatic Opera "Amica", p. 541
                          9. "The Greatest Writer for Children", p. 541
                          10. The "Failure" of Swinburne, p. 542
                          11. The Rehabilitation of Rabelais, p. 543
                          12. The Struggles of a Newspaper Woman, p. 544
                          13. Electroplated Lace, p. 545
                          14. Some Irritant House-Plants, p. 545
                          15. Will the White Race Hold Its Own?, p. 546
                          16. Anesthesia by Electricity, p. 546
                          17. Temperature of the Ground, p. 547
                          18. A New Rotary Engine, p. 547
                          19. Wireless Possibilities, p. 548
                          20. Ought Radical Thinkers to Leave the Christian Church?, p. 549
                          21. A Metaphysician's View cf Immortality, p. 549
                          22. A New "Heresy" Case, p. 550
                          23. Losing One's Religion: A Word for the Student, p. 550
                          24. The Church's Responsibility for the Solution of Social Problems, p. 551
                          25. The Higher Criticism Defended, p. 552
                          26. The Bureaucracy the Church the Army and the Czar, p. 553
                          27. Paris on the Continuation of the War, p. 554
                          28. French Suspicion of German Policy in Morocco, p. 554
                          29. Europe's Latest Impressions of President Castro, p. 555
                          30. St. Petersburg's Hope of Ultimate Victory, p. 556
                          31. [+]
                            Wealth Without Culture, p. 557 - 1 Review
                            1. Scroggins by John Uri Lloyd
                          32. [+]
                            Another International Romance, p. 557 - 1 Review
                            1. Mysterious Mr. Sabin by E. Phillips Oppenheim
                          33. [+]
                            The Most American of Institutions, p. 557 - 1 Review
                            1. Modern Advertising by Earnest Elmo Calkins and Ralph Holden
                          34. [+]
                            The Seeding of Character, p. 558 - 1 Review
                            1. Moral Education by Edward Howard Griggs
                          35. [+]
                            A Postbellum Sketch of Mississippi River Life, p. 558 - 1 Review
                            1. The River Children by Ruth McEnery Stuart
                          36. Miscellaneous, pp. 559-576
                        4. [+]
                          April 22, 1905 Issue = 37 Articles
                          1. The South and the President, p. 575
                          2. Presidential Vacation Sketches, p. 576
                          3. Newspaper Opinion of the Equitable Upheaval, p. 577
                          4. Diaz on the Monroe Doctrine, p. 578
                          5. Nearly 4000 Desertions from the Navy, p. 578
                          6. Tom Watson Claims Chicago, p. 579
                          7. Newfoundland Strikes Back, p. 579
                          8. Stake in the Togo-Rozhdestvensky Duel, p. 580
                          9. Labor Literacy Pauperism and Crime in the Philippines, pp. 580-581
                          10. A Satire on Russian Bureaucracy, p. 582
                          11. Mutilating the "Star-Spangled Banner", p. 582
                          12. The Schiller Centenary, p. 583
                          13. The National Note in Recent American Poetry, p. 584
                          14. Revival of a Moliere Comedy, p. 585
                          15. To Make the Cactus Useful, p. 586
                          16. A Moving Staircase for Vehicles, p. 587
                          17. Machine-Made Morality, p. 587
                          18. Water: Pure and Adulterated, p. 588
                          19. Suggestion and Persuasion, p. 588
                          20. Is a Scientific Marking-System Possible?, p. 589
                          21. Belief in the Resurrection of Jesus, p. 590
                          22. A Psychologist's Estimate of Christian Science, p. 590
                          23. Easter in Jerusalem, p. 591
                          24. Methodism as the "Alternative" to Roman Catholicism, p. 592
                          25. Thoreau's Religion, p. 593
                          26. The Truth About Mr. Witte, p. 593
                          27. Togo's Strategy, p. 594
                          28. Emperor William as the Evil Genius of the Czar, pp. 594-595
                          29. Russia's Refusal to be Humiliated by Japan, p. 596
                          30. Precipitation of the Canadian Crisis by the Pope's Delegation, p. 597
                          31. Linevitch and the Task Confronting Him, p. 598
                          32. [+]
                            The Poetry of Talent, p. 599 - 1 Review
                            1. Music, and Other Poems by Henry Van Dyke
                          33. [+]
                            Shall We Marry?, p. 599 - 1 Review
                            1. Pam by Bettina von Hutten
                          34. [+]
                            Among the Deep-Sea Fisher-Folk, p. 599 - 2 Reviews
                            1. The Harvest of the Sea by Wilfred T. Grenfell
                            2. Dr. Grenfell's Parish by Norman Duncan
                          35. [+]
                            The Biography of a Celebrated Nurse, p. 600 - 1 Review
                            1. The Life of Florence Nightingale by Sarah A. Tooley
                          36. [+]
                            Tales of "Machine" Politics, p. 600 - 1 Review
                            1. Slaves of Success by Elliott Flower
                          37. Miscellaneous, pp. 601-614
                        5. [+]
                          April 29, 1905 Issue = 37 Articles
                          1. Supreme Court on the Ten-Hour Law, p. 613
                          2. A Bumper Wheat Crop, p. 614
                          3. A New Disarmament Scheme, p. 614
                          4. Outlawing the Cigarette, p. 615
                          5. Is the Rise in Beef Prices a Defiance?, p. 616
                          6. Paul Jones's Body Found, p. 617
                          7. A Japanese Defense of Harikari, p. 617
                          8. The Furor Over Panama Railway Rates, p. 618
                          9. Wall Street Methods in Life Insurance, pp. 619-620
                          10. Does It Pay to Be a Literary Woman?, p. 621
                          11. A Critical Study of Henry James, p. 621
                          12. Victor Hugo and Juliette Drouet, pp. 622-623
                          13. Hauptmann's New Play "Elga": A Tragedy in a Dream, p. 624
                          14. Vision in Ocean Deptsh, p. 625
                          15. The Mechanism of Bloom, p. 625
                          16. Opening of the New Croton Reservoir, p. 626
                          17. Ten Persons in One, p. 626
                          18. New Uses for Small Electric Motors, p. 627
                          19. Cripples by Defective Education, p. 628
                          20. Jules Verne and Other Scientific Prophets, p. 628
                          21. Are We Christians?, p. 629
                          22. Dr. Clifford on Passive Resistance, p. 629
                          23. Is There to Be a "Jewish Problem" in America?, p. 630
                          24. Further Reflections on Mr. Rockefeller's Gift, p. 631
                          25. The New Theological Method, p. 632
                          26. Rozhdestvensky and the Benevolence of French Neutrality, p. 633
                          27. The Fear that Japan May Become Too Powerful, pp. 633-634
                          28. How Germany Would Wage War Against the United States, p. 635
                          29. Can the United States Save South America from Europe?, p. 636
                          30. Meaning of the German Action in Morocco, p. 636
                          31. [+]
                            A Subtle Study of Womanhood, p. 637 - 1 Review
                            1. Genevra by Charles Marriott
                          32. [+]
                            A Unique Cross-Section of History, p. 637 - 1 Review
                            1. California and Its Missions by Bryan J. Clinch
                          33. [+]
                            A God-Made Gentleman, p. 637 - 1 Review
                            1. When Love Is King by Margaret Doyle Jackson
                          34. [+]
                            The Shield's Obverse, p. 638 - 1 Review
                            1. The White Peril in the Far East by Sidney Lewis Gulick
                          35. [+]
                            A Sad Texas Love-Story, p. 638 - 1 Review
                            1. The Girl of La Gloria by Clara Driscoll
                          36. [+]
                            A Harvest of Helicon, p. 638 - 1 Review
                            1. The World's Best Poetry by Bliss Carman
                          37. Miscellaneous, pp. 639-648
                        6. [+]
                          May 6, 1905 Issue = 35 Articles
                          1. Will Socialism be the Next Great Political Issue?, p. 647
                          2. Mr. Carnegie's Pension Fund for College Teachers, p. 648
                          3. Fitzhugh Lee, p. 649
                          4. President Roosevelt on his Hunting Trip, p. 650
                          5. The Charges Against Mr. Loomis, p. 650
                          6. Mr. Cleveland's Arraignment of the Club-Woman, p. 651
                          7. Southern Criticism of the "Ogden Movement", p. 652
                          8. An Expert on the Railway Rate Issue, p. 653
                          9. Labor Press on the Ten-Hour Law, p. 654
                          10. Some Estimates of Joseph Jefferson, pp. 655-656
                          11. The Future of the American Novel, p. 657
                          12. A Frenchman's Vindication of the "Sex Drama", p. 658
                          13. Bryant as the Puritan Poet of America, p. 658
                          14. The Deadly Tooth-brush, p. 659
                          15. High Speed Railroads, p. 659
                          16. Wanted: A Safe Explosive, p. 660
                          17. Trolley or Automobile, p. 660
                          18. Modern Alchemy, p. 661
                          19. Blonds and Brunettes in the Tropics, p. 662
                          20. Diseases as Antidotes, p. 662
                          21. Do We Believe? A Religious Symposium, p. 663
                          22. The Lynching of Jesus, p. 664
                          23. Independence Demanded by the Russian Church, p. 665
                          24. Is the Ministry Deteriorating?, p. 665
                          25. The New Unrighteousness, p. 666
                          26. British Calculation of Probabilities in Rozhdestvensky's Case, p. 667
                          27. The Plot to Overthrow the French Republic, p. 668
                          28. Russia's "Outlaw" Press and the Prospects of Revolt, p. 668
                          29. Emperor William's "Deliberate Unfriendliness" to France, pp. 669-670
                          30. [+]
                            History Garnished With Fiction, p. 671 - 1 Review
                            1. The Lion's Skin by John S. Wise
                          31. [+]
                            Stimulation for the Jaded Taste, p. 671 - 1 Review
                            1. The Fugitive Blacksmith by Charles D. Stewart
                          32. [+]
                            An Up-to-Date Spook, p. 671 - 1 Review
                            1. Tommy Carteret by Justus Miles Forman
                          33. [+]
                            A Story of a Woman's Vengeance, p. 672 - 1 Review
                            1. Constance Trescot by S. Weir Mitchell
                          34. [+]
                            On the Trail of Trapper and Pathfinder, pp. 672-673 - 1 Review
                            1. Breaking the Wilderness by Frederick S. Dellenbaugh
                          35. Miscellaneous, pp. 674-692
                        7. [+]
                          May 13, 1905 Issue = 43 Articles
                          1. The People and the Gas Monopolists, p. 691
                          2. Problems Raised by the Chicago Strike, p. 692
                          3. Significance of the International Railway Congress, p. 693
                          4. A Diplomatic Shake-Up in Venezuela, p. 694
                          5. Rebuilding Baltimore, p. 695
                          6. Mr. Schwab and the New Russian Navy, p. 695
                          7. Degeneracy in America, p. 696
                          8. Is the Jury System a Failure?, p. 696
                          9. The Massacre at Warsaw, p. 697
                          10. The Butcheries of Peace, p. 698
                          11. The Philippines as an Element of Weakness, p. 698
                          12. More Light on the Theatrical Trust, p. 699
                          13. Rime as a Symptom of Decadence, p. 699
                          14. Stevenson's Background of Gloom, p. 700
                          15. The Modjeska Testimonial, p. 701
                          16. How Russia Treats Its Authors and Artists, p. 701
                          17. The Growth of American Music, p. 702
                          18. Magnetism by Mixture, p. 703
                          19. Are the Irish Akin to the Ancient Romans?, p. 703
                          20. The Nature of a Nerve-Current, p. 704
                          21. Improving the Arc-Lamp, p. 704
                          22. Temperance Lessons from the Present War, p. 704
                          23. Do Eclipse Expeditions Pay?, p. 705
                          24. A Lantern for Opaque Objects, p. 705
                          25. Use of War Balloons in Manchuria, p. 706
                          26. Fire Protection that Does Not Protect, p. 706
                          27. The Czar's Gift of Religious Liberty, p. 707
                          28. The Missionary Situation in Japan, p. 708
                          29. The Influence of John Knox in America, p. 708
                          30. "Coddling" Theological Students, p. 709
                          31. Catholic and Protestant Bibles Compared, p. 710
                          32. St. Petersburg's Good Faith in Defying Tokyo, p. 711
                          33. Importance of the Russian Situation to Germany, p. 712
                          34. Leading Spirits of Russian Greek Church, p. 713
                          35. South American Vindications of Castro, p. 713
                          36. Newfoundland's Struggle with the United States, p. 714
                          37. Why the Czar has Not Been Assassinated, p. 714
                          38. [+]
                            The Only Real Universal History, p. 715 - 1 Review
                            1. The Historians' History of the World by Henry Smith Williams
                          39. [+]
                            A Great Portrait-Painter, p. 715 - 1 Review
                            1. Frans Hals by Gerald Stanley Davies
                          40. [+]
                            A Champion of the Iconoclastic Dramatists, p. 715 - 1 Review
                            1. Iconoclasts: A Book of Dramatists by James Huneker
                          41. [+]
                            The Class Struggle, p. 716 - 1 Review
                            1. Mass and Class: A Survey of Social Divisions by W.J. Ghent
                          42. [+]
                            The Resurrection and Passing of Sherlock Holmes, pp. 716-717 - 1 Review
                            1. The Return of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle
                          43. Miscellaneous, pp. 718-732
                        8. [+]
                          May 20, 1905 Issue = 33 Articles
                          1. President Roosevelt to the Chicago Strikers, p. 731
                          2. Teamsters' Side of the Strike, p. 732
                          3. Count Cassini Replaced, p. 733
                          4. American Views of French Neutrality, p. 733
                          5. Administration Differences on Railroad Control, p. 734
                          6. Club-Women's Replies to Mr. Cleveland, p. 735
                          7. Enemies of the Pure-Food Bill, p. 736
                          8. Mr. Choate's Home-Coming, p. 737
                          9. Commercializing Niagara, p. 737
                          10. Underfed School Children, p. 738
                          11. Shaw's Impeachment of Shakespeare, p. 739
                          12. Significant Tendencies in American Fiction, p. 740
                          13. The Friendship between Chateaubriand and Madame Recamier, p. 741
                          14. The Revolutionary Spirit in French Literature and Art, p. 742
                          15. The Disappearance of the Soil, p. 743
                          16. Modern Medicine in Antiquity, p. 743
                          17. The Mechanical Effects of Polishing, p. 744
                          18. Real Fire-Proof Scenery, p. 744
                          19. How the Earth has Solidified, p. 745
                          20. Spider-Silk from Madagascar, p. 745
                          21. The Balance of Births and Deaths, p. 746
                          22. Mixed Races of Europe, p. 746
                          23. The Religions of New York, p. 747
                          24. The Church and the Public School, p. 747
                          25. New Phases of Zionism, p. 748
                          26. The First Composite Madonna, p. 749
                          27. Fear and Hypnotism in Revivals, p. 750
                          28. Neutrality and French Neutrality, p. 751
                          29. The Comedy of Parliamentary Office, p. 751
                          30. The New Transvaal Constitution, p. 752
                          31. A Persecuted Ambassador, p. 753
                          32. The European Scheme to Exert Pressure upon the United States, pp. 754-757
                          33. Miscellaneous, pp. 758-768
                        9. [+]
                          May 27, 1905 Issue = 38 Articles
                          1. Railroad Authorities on Rate Control, p. 767
                          2. Racing for the Kaiser's Cup, p. 768
                          3. Views of the Cup and Yachts, p. 769
                          4. The Philadelphia Gas Fight, p. 770
                          5. Buying Panama Supplies Abroad, p. 771
                          6. Chinese Boycott of American Trade, p. 772
                          7. President Roosevelt and the Third Term Talk, p. 773
                          8. Railroad Transportation of Explosives, p. 774
                          9. Why is Browning Popular?, p. 775
                          10. Danish Journals on Hans Christian Andersen, p. 776
                          11. Fiction as an Art, p. 776
                          12. Rodin's Artistic Ideals, p. 777
                          13. The Consolations of Poetry, p. 778
                          14. Japan's "Humanitarian" Bullet, p. 779
                          15. How long does a Sensation Last?, p. 779
                          16. Peary's New Arctic Ship "Roosevelt", p. 780
                          17. Responsibility in Mental Disease, p. 781
                          18. High Collars and the Pneumogastric Nerve, p. 782
                          19. A Vegetable Combat, p. 782
                          20. Agnosticism and National Deay, p. 783
                          21. A Bishop on Church Union, p. 783
                          22. Advanced Theology to be Made Popular, p. 784
                          23. Ministerial Irresponsibility, p. 785
                          24. Japan "the Scourge of God", p. 785
                          25. A Missionary Spirit in Mohammedanism, p. 786
                          26. The Prospect of War in the Scandinavian Peninsula, p. 786
                          27. America as Russia's "Real Enemy", p. 787
                          28. Russia's Hope of Revenge, p. 788
                          29. Japanese Menace to Colonies in the East, p. 788
                          30. Is the British Empire open to Invasion?, p. 789
                          31. American Influence on English Naval Policy, p. 790
                          32. The Danger of Agrarian Revolt in Russia, p. 790
                          33. [+]
                            A Neglected Page of Our History, p. 791 - 1 Review
                            1. Our Navy and the Barbary Corsairs by Gardner W. Allen
                          34. [+]
                            A Pink and Purple Romance, p. 791 - 1 Review
                            1. The Fire of Spring by Margaret Potter
                          35. [+]
                            The Autobiography of a Good Fellow, p. 791 - 1 Review
                            1. The Long Ago and the Later On by George T. Bromley
                          36. Miscellaneous, p. 792
                          37. [+]
                            An Elusive Million, p. 792 - 1 Review
                            1. Hurricane Island by H.B. Marriott Watson
                          38. [+]
                            Faux and His "Memorable Days in America", pp. 792-806 - 1 Review
                            1. Early Western Travels, 1748-1846 by Reuben Gold Thwaites
                        10. [+]
                          June 3, 1905 Issue = 35 Articles
                          1. Mayor Weaver's Defiance, p. 805
                          2. Rumored Cabinet Changes, p. 806
                          3. Commercialism in College Athletics, p. 807
                          4. Rivalry of the Atlantic Ports, p. 808
                          5. A Trend toward Socialism, p. 808
                          6. Home Views of Wisconsin's Rate Legislation, p. 809
                          7. Immigration Frauds, p. 810
                          8. Secretary Taft's Presidential Prospects, p. 811
                          9. The Japanese Naval Victory, p. 812
                          10. Capture of the Kaiser's Cup, p. 812
                          11. Tears as a Test of Literature, p. 813
                          12. Failure of the Drama of Wealth-Getting, p. 813
                          13. One "Novel with a Purpose" that Succeeded, p. 814
                          14. New York's Art Mergers, p. 815
                          15. A French View of Ireland's Literary Revival, p. 816
                          16. Zangwill's Indictment of Modern Comedy, p. 816
                          17. To Clear Fogs with Electricity, p. 817
                          18. Fire from Incandescent Lamps, p. 818
                          19. Prehistoric Water-Supply, p. 818
                          20. Finding a Lost Mine, p. 819
                          21. Origin of the Turkey, p. 819
                          22. Still another Scense, p. 820
                          23. Paper Milk-Bottles, p. 820
                          24. The Roman Catholic Theory of Divorce, p. 821
                          25. New Light on the Crucifixation, p. 821
                          26. Are Music and Religion Rivals?, p. 822
                          27. Church Union in the May Conventions, p. 822
                          28. Renan as an Artistic Trifler, p. 823
                          29. A Fatal Gap in Herbert Spencer's Philosophy, p. 824
                          30. Emperor William Feeling the Pulse of France and Forcing the Hand of England, p. 825
                          31. Is Norway Preparing for War?, p. 825
                          32. Coming End of the Russian Autocracy, p. 826
                          33. Wrangle Between France and Japan, p. 827
                          34. Germany and the Three English Admirals, p. 828
                          35. Miscellaneous, pp. 829-844
                        11. [+]
                          June 10, 1905 Issue = 38 Articles
                          1. Commentys on Togo's Victory, p. 843
                          2. The Russian Admirals and their Lost Battleships, pp. 844-845
                          3. The "Atlantic's" Victory, p. 846
                          4. Results of the Philadelphia Gas Fight, p. 847
                          5. New York Franchise-Tax Law Sustained, p. 848
                          6. New Secretary of the Navy, p. 849
                          7. Reorganization of the Equitable, pp. 849-850
                          8. End of the Dramatic Season, p. 851
                          9. Russian Realism, p. 852
                          10. Rejection of "Lycidas" by the Royal Academy, p. 853
                          11. A Peril to our Language, p. 854
                          12. The Most Whimsical of Painters, p. 854
                          13. Some Ancient Talking-Machines, p. 855
                          14. The Ant as a Medicine, p. 855
                          15. How Animalcules Behave, p. 856
                          16. A Chemical Definition of Life, p. 856
                          17. Mr. Westinghouse's "Exhibition Collision", p. 857
                          18. Fishing with Drugs, p. 857
                          19. Loss of Substance with Odor, p. 857
                          20. Student or Apprentice?, p. 858
                          21. Wild Horses on Sable Island, p. 858
                          22. Electricity in Railroading, p. 858
                          23. A New Effort to Evangelize New York, p. 859
                          24. Christianity Impugned by Confucianism, p. 859
                          25. The Pope's Pessimism, p. 860
                          26. The Greatest Problem before Christian Missions, p. 861
                          27. Mr. Carnegie's Discriminatoin against Denominational Colleges, p. 861
                          28. The Liturgic Trend in Presbyterianism, p. 862
                          29. A Japanese Trafalgar, p. 863
                          30. The Unemployed in England, p. 864
                          31. The Emperor of Germany and the Pope, p. 865
                          32. English Views of Our Naval Training, p. 866
                          33. [+]
                            Pictures of Italian Life, p. 867 - 1 Review
                            1. Italian Letters of a Diplomat's Wife by Mary King Waddington
                          34. [+]
                            Essays of an Aristocrat, p. 867 - 1 Review
                            1. Essays by the Late Marquess of Salisbury by Robert Cecil Salisbury
                          35. [+]
                            A Study of Wounded Hearts, p. 867 - 1 Review
                            1. The Port of Storms by Anna McClure Sholl
                          36. [+]
                            Passion-Flowers Husks and Literary Art, p. 868 - 1 Review
                            1. Belchamber by Howard Overing Sturgis
                          37. [+]
                            A Typical English Novel, p. 868 - 1 Review
                            1. An Act in a Backwater by E.F. Benson
                          38. Miscellaneous, pp. 869-882
                        12. [+]
                          June 17, 1905 Issue = 30 Articles
                          1. Lessons of the Great Naval Battle, p. 881
                          2. A Far-West Exposition, p. 882
                          3. Mr. Cleveland on Rabbit Hunting, p. 883
                          4. Neutrality Laws Enforced, p. 884
                          5. Fight on the Raines-Law Hotels in New York, p. 885
                          6. The Equitable Settlement, p. 886
                          7. President Roosevelt's Peace Proposals, p. 887
                          8. Seamy Side of Japanese Civilization, p. 888
                          9. The Russian Stage During a Critical Year, p. 889
                          10. Japan's Most Japanese Artist, p. 890
                          11. "The Unpleasant Girl" in Literature, p. 890
                          12. The Penalty of Meredith's Style, p. 891
                          13. The Drama as an Aid to Sedition, p. 891
                          14. Was Balzac his own Literary Ancestor?, p. 892
                          15. How to Save Niagara, p. 893
                          16. Some Pernicious Medicines, p. 894
                          17. Ownership of the North Pole, p. 894
                          18. Snapshots by Lamplight, p. 895
                          19. Growing Plants by Acetylene Light, p. 895
                          20. An Ethical Culturist's Denunciation of Divorce, p. 896
                          21. "The Baptist Brotherhood Defended", p. 897
                          22. To Combat Radical Theology in Germany, p. 898
                          23. Latest Phases of the Scottish Church Controversy, p. 898
                          24. Reverence and Ritual, p. 899
                          25. Causes of Norway's Secession, p. 900
                          26. France and the Wedding of the Crown Prince, p. 901
                          27. Delcasse's Defeat in Morocco, p. 902
                          28. Anarchy versus Anarchy, pp. 902-903
                          29. England's Buffer State for North India, p. 904
                          30. Miscellaneous, pp. 905-920
                        13. [+]
                          June 24, 1905 Issue = 40 Articles
                          1. Washington Chosen for the Peace Conference, p. 919
                          2. Menace of Japanese Success, p. 920
                          3. Weighing the New Equitable Management, p. 921
                          4. Eighteen Hours to Chicago, p. 922
                          5. Leaks in Cotton Crop Reports, p. 923
                          6. Chinese Exclusion Troubles, p. 924
                          7. Doubts of Mr. Dalrymple, p. 925
                          8. Southern Negroes as Property-Holders, p. 926
                          9. A New Estimate of Ibsen, p. 927
                          10. Why Do We Paint Pictures?, p. 927
                          11. The Apotheosis of Byron, p. 928
                          12. The Two Chopins, p. 929
                          13. A Novelist's Impression of American Men and Women, p. 929
                          14. The Author of "A Fool's Errand", p. 930
                          15. Hasty Scientists, p. 931
                          16. What Is Anthropology?, p. 931
                          17. Great Guns with Rapid Fire, p. 932
                          18. The Coming of Higher Speeds, p. 933
                          19. A Smoke-Cooling Pipe, p. 933
                          20. The Migrations of Butterflies, p. 933
                          21. The Problem of Dynamite Transportation, p. 934
                          22. Substitutes for Tea, p. 934
                          23. The Electric Transformer: What It Is and Does, p. 935
                          24. Progress in Electrical Industries, p. 935
                          25. Condition of Judaism in New York, p. 936
                          26. Egoism as a Basis for Christian Ethics, p. 936
                          27. Schiller's Religion, p. 937
                          28. The English Manifesto on Biblical Criticism, p. 938
                          29. A Protest against Church Union, p. 939
                          30. Russia's Future, p. 940
                          31. The Fate of Norway, p. 940
                          32. The Arabian Rebellion, p. 941
                          33. "Powerlessness" of the American President, p. 941
                          34. Jingoism Rebuked in Germany, p. 942
                          35. [+]
                            Enjoyable Dutch Sketches, p. 943 - 1 Review
                            1. My Poor Relations by Maarten Maartens
                          36. [+]
                            Alice Hegan Rice in a New Vein, p. 943 - 1 Review
                            1. Sandy by Alice Hegan Rice
                          37. [+]
                            A Bag of Feathered Vagrants, p. 943 - 1 Review
                            1. Wild Wings by Herbert Keightley Job
                          38. [+]
                            More Light on Darkest Africa, p. 944 - 1 Review
                            1. Africa: From South to North Through Marotseland by Alfred St. Hill Gibbons
                          39. [+]
                            The Founder of the British Empire, pp. 944-945 - 1 Review
                            1. Chatham by Frederic Harrison
                          40. Miscellaneous, pp. 946-954
                      3. [+]
                        Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1905 = 14 Issues, 484 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          July 1, 1905 Issue = 33 Articles
                          1. "Equitable" Methods of Finance, p. 1
                          2. Safety of Fast Trains, p. 2
                          3. End of the Bowen-Loomis Case, p. 3
                          4. Gomez the Liberator, p. 4
                          5. Mr. Morton's Exoneration, p. 5
                          6. Ousting a New York Judge, p. 6
                          7. Is our "Sea Habit" Dying Out?, p. 7
                          8. The Uprising in Russian Poland, p. 8
                          9. An Art that Photography Has Degraded, p. 9
                          10. Is the Public Library Feminized?, p. 10
                          11. After-Dinner Oratory in America, p. 10
                          12. A Signicant Artistic Event, p. 11
                          13. Fear and Distrust of Books in Russia, p. 12
                          14. The World's Loftiest Points, p. 13
                          15. How to Live Through the "Fourth", p. 13
                          16. Islands as Weather Stations, p. 14
                          17. Dangers of Illuminating Gas, p. 14
                          18. The Sociology of Rapid Transit, p. 15
                          19. Active Volcanoes on the Moon, p. 15
                          20. Virtuous Influence of Warm Weather, p. 16
                          21. Queer Things to Eat, p. 16
                          22. Problem of the Rotary Engine, p. 17
                          23. Flame as an Electrical Conductor, p. 17
                          24. The New Anglican Clergyman, p. 18
                          25. Protestant Uneasiness in France, p. 18
                          26. Foreign Missions as Affected by the Outcome of the War, p. 19
                          27. Judaism's Proposed Synod, p. 19
                          28. Should Christianity Countenance War?, p. 20
                          29. The President's Intervention as Europe Views It, p. 21
                          30. Russia Appeals for Diplomatic Support, p. 22
                          31. Possibilities of the Moroccan Imbroglio, p. 23
                          32. The Secret of Success in American Railroads, pp. 24-25
                          33. Miscellaneous, pp. 26-36
                        2. [+]
                          July 8, 1905 Issue = 33 Articles
                          1. Death of Secretary Hay, p. 35
                          2. "Why Chief Engineer Wallace Resigned, p. 36
                          3. Mr. Kookefeller's Gifts and Business Ethics, p. 37
                          4. Results of the Chinese Boycott, p. 38
                          5. "Professional Amateurs" in Athletics, p. 39
                          6. Naval Authorities on the Naval Battle, pp. 40-41
                          7. The Russian Naval Mutiny, p. 42
                          8. Beef Trust Indictments, p. 42
                          9. The Fairyland Drama of J. M. Barrie, p. 43
                          10. Whistler and Watts Contrasted, p. 44
                          11. Foreign Books in Russia, p. 44
                          12. Fitzgerald Classed as an Amateur, p. 45
                          13. Is There No Standard for Short Stories?, p. 45
                          14. D'Annunzio's Unsuccessful Tragedy, p. 46
                          15. Tolstoy's Literary Plans, p. 46
                          16. A New Anesthetic, p. 47
                          17. Invention as a Department of Business, p. 47
                          18. The Coming Express Train, p. 48
                          19. Plants that Hide from Animals, p. 49
                          20. A Mystery Solved, p. 50
                          21. An Automatic Bottle-Washer, p. 50
                          22. Origin of Instinct in Insects, p. 51
                          23. Garbage Disposal and City Politics, p. 51
                          24. Christ and the Sense of Justice, p. 52
                          25. Scotch and English Christianity Compared, p. 52
                          26. Radical Forces in the Roman Catholic Church, p. 53
                          27. Agnosticism's Responsibility for Social Evils, p. 53
                          28. An Analysis of M. Brunetiere's Conversion, p. 54
                          29. A Catholic View of Protestant Federation, p. 54
                          30. Oscar II. of Sweden and the Throne of Norway, pp. 55-56
                          31. Deporting American Laborers from Canada, p. 57
                          32. Failure of the Kaiser's Policy Predicted, pp. 57-59
                          33. Miscellaneous, pp. 60-70
                        3. [+]
                          July 15, 1905 Issue = 37 Articles
                          1. Mr. Root as Secretary of State, pp. 69-70
                          2. Southern Press on the Georgia Lynching, p. 71
                          3. Is it Revolution in Russia?, pp. 72-73
                          4. Choosing a New Leader in Philadelphia, p. 74
                          5. Conviction of Senator Mitchell, p. 75
                          6. As to the Deficit, p. 76
                          7. Topics in Brief, p. 76
                          8. The Mob Spirit in Literature, p. 77
                          9. The French Novel and the American Woman, p. 77
                          10. Enormous Growth of Public Libraries, p. 78
                          11. Inadequacy of the Bible as a Model of Style, p. 79
                          12. A Neglected Humorist of the Eighteenth Century, p. 80
                          13. Plain Talk about Fake Foods, p. 81
                          14. Are Fast Trains Dangerous?, p. 81
                          15. An Exhibition of Flyng-Machines, p. 82
                          16. The Making of Paste Diamonds, p. 82
                          17. Magnetic Cranes, p. 83
                          18. Is the Level of the Great Lakes Falling?, p. 84
                          19. Crystal or Organism?, p. 84
                          20. Science Brevities, p. 84
                          21. The Young Men's Christian Association under Criticism, p. 85
                          22. Beginnings of a Russian Religious Reformation, p. 86
                          23. Imagination in Religion, p. 86
                          24. New Attitude of the Churches in America, p. 87
                          25. German Efforts to Revise Christianity, p. 87
                          26. British Army Contract Scandals, p. 88
                          27. German Press on the Morocco Dispute, p. 88
                          28. Progress of Disestablishment in France, p. 89
                          29. French Virtue and American Virtue, p. 90
                          30. The Pope and Italian Politics, p. 91
                          31. Prosperity of Spain, p. 92
                          32. [+]
                            A Franco-American Etremet, p. 93 - 1 Review
                            1. The Beautiful Lady by Booth Tarkington
                          33. [+]
                            A Defender of "Reconstruction", p. 93 - 1 Review
                            1. A Short Constitutional History of the United States by Francis Newton Thorpe
                          34. [+]
                            A Bar on the Scutcheon, p. 93 - 1 Review
                            1. Shining Ferry by Arthur T. Quiller-Couch
                          35. [+]
                            Carnegie's Life of Watt, p. 94 - 1 Review
                            1. James Watt by Andrew Carnegie
                          36. [+]
                            Benton and Oregon, p. 94 - 1 Review
                            1. The Life of Thomas Hart Benton by William M. Meigs
                          37. Miscellaneous, pp. 95-104
                        4. [+]
                          July 22, 1905 Issue = 36 Articles
                          1. The Cotton Report Scandal, p. 103
                          2. Seizure of Saghalien, p. 104
                          3. Major Dunne's Change of Base, p. 105
                          4. Senator Depew and "Equitable" Finance, pp. 106-107
                          5. No State Oil-Refinery in Kansas, p. 108
                          6. Peary's New Dash for the Pole, p. 109
                          7. Governor Folk and Sunday-Closing Laws, p. 110
                          8. Topics in Brief, p. 110
                          9. John Hay as a Man of Letters, p. 111
                          10. Society versus Art, p. 112
                          11. Woman in Modem Italian Fiction, p. 112
                          12. Newspaper English, p. 113
                          13. An Interesting Dramatic Problem, p. 114
                          14. Notes, p. 114
                          15. Ray-Cures, p. 115
                          16. Exhaustion of Our Supply of Iron and Copper, p. 115
                          17. Professor Loeb and his Discoveries, p. 116
                          18. New Method of Measuring Mental Phenomena, p. 117
                          19. Warnings of Asphyxiation, p. 117
                          20. Plants that give Light, p. 118
                          21. Stability of the Sky-scraper, p. 118
                          22. A New Shorthand Typewriter, p. 119
                          23. The Passing of the Frame House, p. 119
                          24. Reform in the Roman Catholic Church, p. 120
                          25. Effect of Foreign Missions upon Christianity, p. 120
                          26. Christ's Patriotism, p. 121
                          27. An Irish Attack upon Disestablishment France, p. 121
                          28. Blurred Outlines in Religion, p. 122
                          29. Milton as a Religious Radical, p. 123
                          30. The Church as a Brotherhood, p. 123
                          31. Benefits of Schism, p. 123
                          32. Russian Press on Peace Prospects, p. 124
                          33. America in the New Grouping of the Powers, p. 124
                          34. Peace and one of its Sequels, p. 125
                          35. Economic Progress of Italy, pp. 126-127
                          36. Miscellaneous, pp. 128-134
                        5. [+]
                          July 29, 1905 Issue = 37 Articles
                          1. Is it the Body of Paul Jones?, p. 133
                          2. Doubts About our Foreign Trade, pp. 134-135
                          3. Lessons of the Race Eiots in New York, p. 136
                          4. The Zemstvo Congress and the Russian Police, p. 137
                          5. Some Hot Weather Reflections, p. 138
                          6. The "Bennington" Disaster, p. 138
                          7. Acquittal of Justice Hooker, p. 139
                          8. Some Attempts to "Place" Bernard Shaw, p. 140
                          9. The Musical Parasite, p. 140
                          10. A British Thrust at Amercian Scholarship, p. 141
                          11. A Physiological Theory of Verse, p. 141
                          12. Collecting American Paintings, p. 142
                          13. Dramatic Art and the Masses, p. 142
                          14. Four American Historians Compared, p. 143
                          15. Detection of Submarines, p. 144
                          16. Chinese Physicians, p. 144
                          17. A New Method of Foretelling Storm Movement, p. 145
                          18. Lead-Boring Insects, p. 146
                          19. To Weather-Proof Stone and Metal, p. 146
                          20. "Winning a Battle by Telephone, p. 146
                          21. "Radiobes" and their Discoverer, p. 147
                          22. What is in a Name, p. 148
                          23. Another Way to Save Niagara, p. 148
                          24. The Drying of Central Africa, p. 148
                          25. Nature-Study in the Sunday-School, p. 149
                          26. The Decay of Religious Controversy, p. 149
                          27. The Church as a "School of Fine Arts", p. 150
                          28. A Returning Age of Faith, p. 150
                          29. Liturgical Unrest in the Congregational Church, p. 151
                          30. A Godless Theology, p. 151
                          31. Three International Conventions, p. 152
                          32. Religious Life of the Negro, p. 152
                          33. French and British Comment on the Return of Paul Jones, p. 153
                          34. How France Will Check Our Imperialism, p. 153
                          35. Scandinavia's Future, pp. 154-155
                          36. Possibilites of the Crisis in Hungary, pp. 156-157
                          37. Miscellaneous, pp. 158-164
                        6. [+]
                          August 5, 1905 Issue = 39 Articles
                          1. Yellow Fever in New Orleans, p. 163
                          2. Peace Plenipotentiaries and Reporters, p. 164
                          3. Campaign Against Graft in Milwaukee, p. 165
                          4. Losses in the Chicago Teamsters' Strike, p. 166
                          5. Auguries of the "Bennington" Disaster, p. 167
                          6. Troubles of the Canal Commission, p. 168
                          7. Porto Bico's Demand for Self-Government, p. 169
                          8. The Insincere Moral in Literature, p. 170
                          9. Thomas Hardy as an Optimist, p. 170
                          10. American Temperament in Painting, p. 171
                          11. Massenet's New "Mozartian" Opera, p. 172
                          12. The Drama and the Censorship in Russia, p. 172
                          13. Literature as an Aid to Industry, p. 173
                          14. Wandering from the Subject Recommended, p. 173
                          15. Spiritualism and Electricity, p. 174
                          16. Blue Light as an Anesthetic, p. 174
                          17. Automobile Lawn-Mowers, p. 175
                          18. Laziness as a Brain Disease, p. 175
                          19. Alcohol and the Medical Profession, p. 175
                          20. Losses Due to Insects, p. 176
                          21. Universal Symbols for Compass Points, p. 176
                          22. Why Fat Men Should Swim, p. 177
                          23. Should Worthless Inventions be Patented?, p. 177
                          24. The Death of an "Immortal", p. 177
                          25. Some InternationalAspects of Space Telegraphy, p. 178
                          26. [+]
                            Professor Hyslop's Book on Immortality, p. 179 - 1 Review
                            1. Science and a Future Life by James H. Hyslop
                          27. An Agnostic's Refusal to be Miserable, p. 180
                          28. Two New Influences in Church Architecture, pp. 180-181
                          29. Present Tendency of the Pauline Controversy, p. 182
                          30. A Great Beligious Work of Art, p. 182
                          31. Is There any Hope for Russia?, p. 183
                          32. Justice for Ireland, p. 184
                          33. L'Allegro II Penseroso and Morocco, p. 185
                          34. Tolstoy on the Jewish Question in Russia, p. 186
                          35. [+]
                            An Incubated Inspiration, p. 187 - 1 Review
                            1. Miss Bellard's Inspiration by W.D. Howells
                          36. [+]
                            Andrew D. White's Autobiography, p. 187 - 1 Review
                            1. Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White by Andrew Dickson White
                          37. [+]
                            A Poet With a Fighting Chance, p. 188 - 1 Review
                            1. Love Triumphant by Frederic Lawrence Knowles
                          38. [+]
                            A Modern Jester, p. 188 - 1 Review
                            1. The Sunny Side of the Street by Marshall P. Wilder
                          39. Miscellaneous, pp. 189-200
                        7. [+]
                          August 12, 1905 Issue = 31 Articles
                          1. Mr. Jerome's Defiance to the Bosses, p. 199
                          2. "Fads and Fancies" of New Yorks's "Smart Set", pp. 200-201
                          3. Here Scandals in the Department of Agrriculture, p. 202
                          4. Alarm over the Chinese Boycott, p. 203
                          5. The Japanese Press Agent, pp. 204-205
                          6. The Coming Thing in Fiction, p. 206
                          7. "Squaw-Talk", p. 207
                          8. A Protest agrainst the Literature of Exposure, p. 207
                          9. "The First Realist in English Poetry", p. 208
                          10. Program versus Absolute Music, p. 208
                          11. Japan's Imperial Verse-Writers, p. 209
                          12. Farming in the Desert, p. 210
                          13. The Electrical Submarine, p. 211
                          14. The "Gold Ship" and its Work, p. 211
                          15. Feeling the Pulse of a Rain-Storm, p. 212
                          16. Imitation Fevers, p. 212
                          17. The Sun and the Weather, p. 213
                          18. George Meredith's Religions Ideas, p. 214
                          19. A Barrier to Union Examined, p. 215
                          20. Is Religion a Dangerous Topic?, p. 215
                          21. The Human Element in Roman Catholicism as a Source of Strength, p. 216
                          22. As it Strikes the Sermon Reporter, p. 216
                          23. The "Little Father's" Offer of a Stone for Bread, p. 217
                          24. Russia's Need of New Allies, p. 218
                          25. Polish Press on the Bisiugs in Eussiau Poland, p. 218
                          26. Will Hungary Follow the Example of Norway?, p. 219
                          27. Ravages of the Plague in India, p. 220
                          28. A French View of Corruption in America, p. 220
                          29. Best Short Story of the Month, pp. 221-223
                          30. [+]
                            Stories of the New York Firemen, p. 224 - 1 Review
                            1. The Smoke-Eaters by Harvey J. O'Higgins
                          31. Miscellaneous, pp. 225-234
                        8. [+]
                          August 19, 1905 Issue = 32 Articles
                          1. Peace Outlook at Portsmouth, pp. 233-234
                          2. Negro Disfranchisement in Maryland, p. 235
                          3. Federal Control over Yellow Fever, p. 236
                          4. Cutting Out Work for Congress, p. 237
                          5. President Roosevelt and the Coal Miners, pp. 238-239
                          6. Beginning of the Short Story in America, p. 240
                          7. Ukiyo-ye the Popular School of Japanese Art, p. 240
                          8. Labor and Result in Painting, p. 241
                          9. The Puritan Objection to Walt Whitman, p. 242
                          10. A Dramatist on the Art of Acting, p. 243
                          11. Frenzied Science, p. 244
                          12. The Origin of Maternal Affection, p. 244
                          13. Trying to Aim a Wireless Message, p. 245
                          14. A Platonist on Sex in Education, p. 245
                          15. A Photograph of a Spider's Web, p. 246
                          16. More Remarks on Radiobes, p. 246
                          17. Combination Steam Locomotive and Car, p. 247
                          18. Science in the Library, p. 247
                          19. The Case of the Vanishing Races, p. 248
                          20. The Cause of Sleep, p. 248
                          21. A Religious Interpretation of "Hamlet", p. 249
                          22. Some Views of the "Separation" in France, p. 249
                          23. Theology and Art, p. 249
                          24. Wealth of New Religions, pp. 250-251
                          25. A Japanese View of Christian Missions in Japan, p. 252
                          26. Immortality as a Doctrine of the Septuagint, p. 252
                          27. Predictions of a Deadlock at Portsmouth, p. 253
                          28. The Mystery of Bjoerkoe, p. 253
                          29. A French Arraignment of the German Army, p. 254
                          30. What Japan has Taught England and Italy, p. 255
                          31. Norway's Quandary, p. 256
                          32. Miscellaneous, pp. 257-264
                        9. [+]
                          August 26, 1905 Issue = 30 Articles
                          1. Some Fruits of the Taft Philippine Trip, p. 263
                          2. Promise of Record Crops, p. 264
                          3. Russia's Naval Rank Before And After, p. 265
                          4. Progress of the Arbitration Movement, p. 266
                          5. The Negro as a Business Man, pp. 266-267
                          6. What the New "Douma" Means for the Russian People, p. 268
                          7. Preparing for a Tariff Way, p. 269
                          8. President Roosevelt as Peace Referee, p. 270
                          9. A Brief for Literature as a Profession, p. 271
                          10. The President as a Reviewer of Verse, p. 271
                          11. The Veering Weathercock of Popular Romanace, p. 272
                          12. Where Critics Disagree, p. 273
                          13. A Notable Tribute to Balzac, p. 274
                          14. Oil Fuel as the Salvation of Southern California, p. 275
                          15. The American Breed, p. 275
                          16. The Making of a Natural Bridge, p. 276
                          17. The Transplanting of Large Trees, p. 277
                          18. A Tide in a Bowl, p. 278
                          19. Time-Transmission by Telephone, p. 278
                          20. Hindu Influence on Christianity, p. 279
                          21. The New Religious Emphasis, p. 279
                          22. How Art May Aid Religion, p. 280
                          23. The Split in Zionism, p. 281
                          24. Christianity Illustrated by a Contrast, p. 282
                          25. The German Baltic Scare, p. 283
                          26. Echoes of Tshushima and "Nelson's Year", p. 284
                          27. A French Justification of the Chinese Boycott, p. 285
                          28. Tolstoy Henry George and "Russia's Great Iniquity", p. 285
                          29. A Good Word for War, p. 286
                          30. Miscellaneous, pp. 287-294
                        10. [+]
                          September 2, 1905 Issue = 40 Articles
                          1. Latest Aspects of the Chinese Boycott, p. 293
                          2. The Declining Birth-Rate, p. 294
                          3. What Caused Lord Curzon to Resign, p. 295
                          4. The Passing of Addicks, p. 296
                          5. A Successful Air-ship in New York, p. 296
                          6. Negligence on the "Bennington", p. 297
                          7. Castro in a Warlike Mood Again, p. 298
                          8. Industrial Supremacy of Women, p. 299
                          9. Another Department Graft Scandal, p. 299
                          10. A Life Insurance President Who Died Poor, p. 299
                          11. The President's Work with the Envoys, p. 300
                          12. Bouguereau's Death, p. 301
                          13. Literary Decadence in Scotland, p. 302
                          14. American Painting and American History, p. 302
                          15. Feminism in Modern Music, p. 303
                          16. Gorky's Symbolical Drama, p. 304
                          17. National Expression in Architecture, p. 304
                          18. The Survival of the Unfit, p. 305
                          19. Can We Breed a "Seedless Man"?, p. 305
                          20. An Arctic Gas-Pactory, p. 306
                          21. Sewerage Six Thousand Years Ago, p. 306
                          22. Street-Railway Traffic Shown in Curves, p. 307
                          23. Evolution and Temperature, p. 307
                          24. Steel-Making by Electricity, p. 308
                          25. A New Method of Sepulture, p. 308
                          26. Influence of Missions in Japan, p. 309
                          27. Changing Ideas of the Future Life, p. 309
                          28. A Catholic Indictment of Temporal Power, p. 310
                          29. Babylonian Sources of the Bible, p. 311
                          30. The Buddhism of Tibet, p. 311
                          31. Religious Eqviallty Growing in England, p. 312
                          32. French Navy's Invasion of England, p. 313
                          33. Balfour's Plight as the French View It, p. 314
                          34. Russian Autocracy and Party Spirit, p. 315
                          35. Improvement in Immigration, p. 316
                          36. [+]
                            The Travail of a Poet, p. 317 - 1 Review
                            1. The Divine Fire by May Sinclair
                          37. [+]
                            Parisians Out of Doors, p. 317 - 1 Review
                            1. Parisians Out of Doors by F. Berkeley Smith
                          38. [+]
                            The Soulful Story of a Man, p. 318 - 1 Review
                            1. Jorn Uhl by Gustav Frenssen
                          39. [+]
                            Sailor-Made Gimcracks, p. 318 - 1 Review
                            1. The Belted Seas by Arthur Colton
                          40. Miscellaneous, pp. 319-334
                        11. [+]
                          September 9, 1905 Issue = 31 Articles
                          1. The Terms of Peace, pp. 333-335
                          2. Sale of the Hankow Railroad, p. 336
                          3. Plans to Change Inauguration Day, p. 336
                          4. New Grain Rates, p. 337
                          5. Last of the Big-game Herds, p. 337
                          6. End of the Subway Tavern, p. 338
                          7. Mutterings of a New Coal Strike, p. 338
                          8. The President's Submarine Trip, p. 339
                          9. Studying the Sun's Eclipse, p. 340
                          10. Dissatisfaction over the "Bennington" Findings, p. 340
                          11. A Gracious Influence in Juvenile Literature, p. 341
                          12. Nature and Man in Hardy's Novels, p. 341
                          13. The Vagabond as a Literary Type, p. 342
                          14. A Decadent Revival, p. 343
                          15. [+]
                            Useful Books on Russia, pp. 344-345 - 13 Reviews
                            1. Russia by D. Mackenzie Wallace
                            2. Sixteen Years in Siberia by Lev G. Deutsch
                            3. Russia in Revolution by George H. Perris
                            4. The Case of Russia by Alfred Rambaud, Vladimir G. Simkhovitch, and J. Novicow, ...
                            5. Russia As It Really Is by Carl Joubert
                            6. Russia from Within by Alexander Ular
                            7. Russia by Theophile Gautier and Florence Macintyre Tyson, ...
                            8. Russia, the Land of the Great White Czar by Edith C. Phillips Looker
                            9. Russian Literature by Peter Kropotkin
                            10. The Russian Peasantry by S. Stepniak
                            11. The Japan-Russia War by Sydney Tyler
                            12. The Campaign with Kuropatkin by Douglas Story
                            13. The Yellow War by Lionel James
                          16. Natural Selection in the Inorganic World, p. 346
                          17. The Spider as an Engineer, p. 346
                          18. How to Chew and How to Swallow, p. 347
                          19. Radiobes Before Burke, p. 348
                          20. Lightning Rods Up to Date, p. 348
                          21. Is a Revived Judaism Possible?, p. 349
                          22. Christian Citizenship, p. 349
                          23. Buddhism as a Religion for Lapsed Christians, p. 350
                          24. "Widening Breach between Conservative and Advanced Theology, p. 350
                          25. Suggestions toward a Method of Theological Reconstruction, p. 351
                          26. The Menace of Japanese Ambition, p. 352
                          27. As to War between England and Germany, p. 353
                          28. Lord Curzon and England's New Indian Policy, p. 354
                          29. Russian Refoi-mers again Baffled by the Czar, p. 355
                          30. Best Short Story of the Month, pp. 356-358
                          31. Miscellaneous, pp. 359-370
                        12. [+]
                          September 16, 1905 Issue = 33 Articles
                          1. Effects of the Portsmouth Treaty of Peace, p. 369
                          2. A New Anglo-Japanese Alliance, p. 370
                          3. The Government Printing Scandal, p. 371
                          4. How to Employ Convict Labor, p. 372
                          5. Business Interests and the Bacon Appointment, p. 373
                          6. Doubting Cuba's Governing Ability, p. 374
                          7. Hurting Porto Rico With Our Kindness, p. 374
                          8. Russian Jews in America, pp. 375-376
                          9. The Englishman and His Emotions, p. 377
                          10. A Notable Plea for the Scientific Basis in Education, p. 378
                          11. Mr. Howells on John Hay's Literary Possibilities, p. 378
                          12. The Revolution in British Journalism, p. 379
                          13. A Dramatic "Salon" Suggested, p. 380
                          14. Biblical Influences in Modern Art, p. 380
                          15. Will the Human Race Die of Thirst?, p. 381
                          16. Photography on Fruits, p. 381
                          17. A Dangerous Raft, p. 382
                          18. A New Law of Evolution, p. 382
                          19. Radioactive Animals and Plants, pp. 382-383
                          20. Animal Forms as Breeders and Agents of Disease, p. 384
                          21. Chemistry in Gold-Extraction, p. 385
                          22. A New Process in Artistic Photography, p. 385
                          23. Recent Approaches between the Church and Labor, p. 386
                          24. France Not Irreligious, p. 386
                          25. The First Law Case, p. 387
                          26. "The Mormon Menace", p. 388
                          27. Jesus and the Oriental Mind, p. 388
                          28. Expert Criticism of the Russian Officers, p. 389
                          29. Foreign Canards of the Silly Season, p. 390
                          30. An Italian View of American Naval Development, p. 391
                          31. A "Tainted-Money" Problem for the Pope, p. 391
                          32. The New Ferment in Morocco, p. 392
                          33. Miscellaneous, pp. 393-404
                        13. [+]
                          September 23, 1905 Issue = 39 Articles
                          1. More Insurance Companies under the Searchlight, p. 403
                          2. America's Danger from Cholera, p. 404
                          3. End of Our Tariff War with Russia, p. 405
                          4. First Big-Wreck on the New York "Elevated", p. 405
                          5. South Carolina's Dispensary Scandal, p. 406
                          6. The Grand Army and Its New Commander, p. 407
                          7. A Republican Thrust at the Negro, p. 407
                          8. Meaning of the Japanese Riots, p. 408
                          9. Loss of Japan's Most Famous Ship, p. 409
                          10. A New Outbreak in the Caucasus, p. 409
                          11. Decreasing Use of Whisky, p. 410
                          12. Artistic Photography in America, p. 411
                          13. The First Congress of Esperantists, p. 412
                          14. Holmes the "American Sterne", p. 413
                          15. Wagner's Idea of Art, p. 413
                          16. After Impressionism What?, p. 414
                          17. Our National Carelessness, p. 415
                          18. Across South America by Wireless, p. 415
                          19. A Phonographic Postal Card, p. 416
                          20. The Domestication of the African Zebra, p. 416
                          21. The Deadly Third Rail Made Innocuous, p. 417
                          22. Vegetable Juices and Tuberculosis, p. 418
                          23. Theories of the Universal Ether, p. 418
                          24. The Arctic as a Health Resort, p. 419
                          25. Faces and Occupations, p. 419
                          26. Christian Tenets the Jews May Adopt, p. 420
                          27. Honor Among Clergymen, p. 421
                          28. On Laughing in Church, p. 421
                          29. The Theosophical Theory of Thought-Forms, p. 422
                          30. Russian Diplomacy, p. 423
                          31. Revolutionary Results of Victory upon Japan, p. 424
                          32. Tolstoy on the Sin of Holding Office, p. 425
                          33. Boycotting the New "Douma" in Russia, p. 426
                          34. [+]
                            Science's Latest Martyrdom, p. 427 - 1 Review
                            1. Antarctica by N. Otto G. Nordenskjold and Johan Gunnar Andersson, ...
                          35. [+]
                            Another Dream of Man's Best Estate, p. 427 - 1 Review
                            1. A Modern Utopia by H.G. Wells
                          36. German Objections to the Czar's Polish Reforms, p. 428
                          37. [+]
                            Our Northwestern Possession, p. 428 - 1 Review
                            1. Alaska and the Klondike by John Scudder McLain
                          38. [+]
                            A French Story, p. 428 - 1 Review
                            1. The Walking Delegate by Leroy Scott
                          39. Miscellaneous, pp. 429-442
                        14. [+]
                          September 30, 1905 Issue = 33 Articles
                          1. The New York Life's Campaign Contribution, pp. 441-442
                          2. Eeappearanoe of the Czar as a Peace Advocate, p. 443
                          3. Meat Packers Fined under the Elkins Law, p. 444
                          4. Panama Canal Troubles, p. 445
                          5. Acceptance of the Famous "Tainted Money", p. 446
                          6. Alcoholic Patent Medicines, p. 446
                          7. What "Reform" Has Done in Philadelphia, p. 447
                          8. Jewish Race Prejudice in Politics, p. 448
                          9. The Novel of a Great Poet, p. 449
                          10. How Civilization is Killing Art in Japan, p. 449
                          11. The Glamour of the East upon Western Literature, p. 450
                          12. The Self-Revelation of Montaigne, p. 450
                          13. Increasing Popularity of the Erotic Novel, p. 451
                          14. Three Styles in English Literature, p. 452
                          15. A Possible Explanation of Burke's "Radiobes", p. 453
                          16. The Body as a Source of Electric Light, p. 453
                          17. A Substitute for the Mariner's Compass, p. 454
                          18. American Science Through German Eyes, p. 454
                          19. A New X-Ray Device, p. 455
                          20. Therapeutic Value of Prayer, p. 456
                          21. The Taming of Fish, p. 456
                          22. The Sun's Lifting Power, p. 456
                          23. Fresh Air for Fire-Fighters, p. 457
                          24. A Great Conference for Religious Cooperation, p. 458
                          25. The Child's Capacity for Religion, p. 458
                          26. John Hay as a Member of the "Church without the Church", p. 459
                          27. Christianity the Most Inclusive of all Religions, p. 460
                          28. The Influenoe of Revivals, p. 461
                          29. Russian Press on the Peace, p. 462
                          30. Trepoff on Russia's Domestic Condition, p. 462
                          31. Mr. Combes in Defense of Disestablishment, p. 463
                          32. Canada's Growth and American Immigration, p. 464
                          33. Miscellaneous, pp. 465-474
                      4. [+]
                        Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1905 = 13 Issues, 458 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          October 7, 1905 Issue = 36 Articles
                          1. Break-up of the Opposition to Tammany, p. 473
                          2. Fighting "Jim-Crowism" in Nashville, p. 474
                          3. The President's Trip to New Orleans, p. 475
                          4. Mr. Cleveland's Attack on Woman Suffrage, p. 476
                          5. Cheaper Life-Insurance, p. 477
                          6. Projected Union of Panama and Costa Rica, p. 478
                          7. Results of Secretary Taft's Trip to the Orient, pp. 478-479
                          8. Is There Work for All?, p. 480
                          9. Bernard Shaw and American "Comstockery", p. 481
                          10. Revelation of Character in Sargent's Portraits, p. 482
                          11. Poetry as a Universal Bond, p. 482
                          12. The Wild Animal in Art, p. 483
                          13. The Relation of Legs to Literature, p. 484
                          14. Why Negroes are Black, p. 485
                          15. A Sun-Dial for Standard Time, p. 485
                          16. Shape and Height of Ocean Waves, p. 486
                          17. How to Make a Rubber Stamp, p. 487
                          18. Custom and Racial Differences, p. 487
                          19. Do We Run About Too Much?, p. 488
                          20. The Atmospheres of Two Distant Planets, p. 488
                          21. Methodist Tendencies Seen in the New Hymnal, p. 489
                          22. A Longing for Religious Independence in Japan, p. 490
                          23. The Provisional Character of Christian Creeds, p. 490
                          24. Aloofness of the Churches from the Modern Spirit, p. 491
                          25. Universal Suffrage in Hungary, p. 492
                          26. The Lake-Erie Fisheries War, p. 492
                          27. Dark Predictions for Norway, p. 493
                          28. A Warning to Russia from Italy, p. 494
                          29. Planning the New Russian Cabinet, p. 494
                          30. Russia's New Menace to Europe, pp. 495-496
                          31. [+]
                            The St. Lawrence---Its Story and Its Charm, p. 497 - 1 Review
                            1. The St. Lawrence River by George Waldo Browne
                          32. [+]
                            Making the Mind Repair Its Own Mischief, p. 497 - 1 Review
                            1. Psychic Treatment of Nervous Disorders by Paul Dubois
                          33. [+]
                            New Light on Mirabeau, p. 498 - 1 Review
                            1. Mirabeau and the French Revolution by Charles F. Warwick
                          34. [+]
                            Italy in a Nutshell, p. 498 - 1 Review
                            1. Italy by Wilhelm Deecke
                          35. [+]
                            Zangwillian Byplay, p. 498 - 1 Review
                            1. The Celibates' Club by Israel Zangwill
                          36. Miscellaneous, pp. 499-520
                        2. [+]
                          October 14, 1905 Issue = 33 Articles
                          1. Republioan Opposition to President Roosevelt, pp. 519-520
                          2. Trying to Restore the Army "Canteen", p. 521
                          3. The President and the Railroad Pass, p. 521
                          4. Hostility in Cuba Against America, p. 522
                          5. Change of Sentiment Toward Mr. Rockefeller, pp. 523-524
                          6. How Insurance Presidents are Corrupted, p. 525
                          7. Why Secretary Shaw Resigns, p. 526
                          8. A Newly Discovered Portrait of Spinoza, p. 527
                          9. French Depreciation of Bouguereau, p. 527
                          10. A Loss to Finland's National Art, p. 528
                          11. Bertha Kalioh on Yiddish Stage Training, p. 528
                          12. Superiority of the American Popular Magazine, p. 529
                          13. A Good "Word for Sterne, p. 530
                          14. A Military Bubble Pricked, p. 531
                          15. The Policy of Sanitation at Panama, p. 531
                          16. Cooking Without Fire, p. 532
                          17. Influence of the Moon and Planets on the Weather, p. 532
                          18. A Lamp to Give Ultraviolet Light, p. 533
                          19. Accidents to Submarines, p. 534
                          20. Wanted: Judges Trained in Science, p. 535
                          21. Evils of Excessive "Home-Work", p. 535
                          22. Medical Supervision of Schools, p. 535
                          23. Browning as the Preacher's Poet, p. 536
                          24. Is the Russian Peasantry Religious?, p. 536
                          25. Suggestions Toward a New Baptist Apologetic, p. 537
                          26. Goldwin Smith and Rational Christianity, p. 538
                          27. Cold Water for France, p. 539
                          28. The Man Behind the Door, p. 539
                          29. Refusing Half a Loaf, p. 540
                          30. The Tangle in the Morocco Negotiations, p. 541
                          31. French Encouragement to American Imperialism, p. 542
                          32. Victory by Helen Palmer, pp. 543-544
                          33. Miscellaneous, pp. 545-562
                        3. [+]
                          October 21, 1905 Issue = 36 Articles
                          1. Sir Henry Irving, p. 561
                          2. A Costly Naval Experiment, p. 562
                          3. Investigating the St. Louis Bridge Monopoly, p. 562
                          4. Aspects of the New-York-City Campaign, p. 563
                          5. Poe's Exclusion from the "Hall of Fame", p. 564
                          6. Men or Women Angels?, p. 565
                          7. The "Square Deal" in Football, p. 566
                          8. Eleemosynary Character of Life Insurance, p. 567
                          9. Opposing the British Treaty with Cuba, p. 568
                          10. The Passing of "Rip Van Winkle", p. 569
                          11. Fate of the Illustrated Magazine, p. 570
                          12. The Note of Melancholy in Watts's Genius, p. 571
                          13. George Bernard Shaw Accused of Dulness, p. 572
                          14. Greek for the Scientific Student, p. 572
                          15. The Absent-Minded Man, p. 573
                          16. Radioactive Matter in the Air, p. 573
                          17. The Telephone in an Audience, p. 574
                          18. Galveston's Great Sea-Wall, p. 575
                          19. Identification by "Verbal Portrait", p. 576
                          20. How Animals Sleep, p. 576
                          21. More Tame Fish, p. 577
                          22. Has Advanced Theology Passed its Zenith?, p. 578
                          23. Is Catholic Education a Menace to American Institutions?, p. 578
                          24. Religious Press on Acceptance of the "Tainted Money", p. 579
                          25. An Attempt to Reconcile Christianity and Buddhism, p. 580
                          26. Taking the Hungarian Wolf by the Ears, p. 581
                          27. The Coolie Plague in South Africa, p. 582
                          28. A Professional Angel of Peace, p. 583
                          29. British Fright at the "German Peril", p. 584
                          30. Conciliation that did not Conciliate, p. 584
                          31. [+]
                            More Light on Colonial History, p. 585 - 1 Review
                            1. Journals of the House of Burgesses of Virginia, 1766-1769 by John Pendleton Kennedy
                          32. [+]
                            A Vivid Picture of Irish Life, p. 585 - 1 Review
                            1. Glenanaar by Patrick Augustine Sheehan
                          33. [+]
                            A Contrast in New French Fiction, p. 585 - 2 Reviews
                            1. Combats by Paul Adam
                            2. L'Isolee by Rene Bazin
                          34. [+]
                            An Opera-Bouffe Empire, p. 586 - 1 Review
                            1. The Missourian by Eugene P. Lyle, Jr.
                          35. [+]
                            A Book of Fine Fabling, p. 586 - 1 Review
                            1. The Boss of Little Arcady by Harry Leon Wilson
                          36. Miscellaneous, pp. 587-602
                        4. [+]
                          October 28, 1905 Issue = 31 Articles
                          1. The Jerome Issue in New York, p. 601
                          2. Portland's Successful Exposition, p. 602
                          3. President Roosevelt's Southern Trip, p. 603
                          4. Chicago's Traction Troubles, p. 604
                          5. Rumors of Governor Wright's Resignation, p. 605
                          6. What the Country Thinks about the Insurance Scandals, pp. 606-608
                          7. An Invasion of Virility in English Literature, p. 609
                          8. The Brownings' Romance as Reflected in their Poetry, p. 609
                          9. Italian Operas on Oriental-American Themes, p. 610
                          10. The Irony of Anatole France, p. 611
                          11. The Nemesis of Bernard Shaw, p. 612
                          12. Mentality of the German Press, p. 612
                          13. The Mystery of the Sleeping Sickness Solved, p. 613
                          14. Does Electrocution Kill?, p. 613
                          15. Plant Eyes, p. 614
                          16. Lunar Landscapes on the Earth, p. 614
                          17. The Longest Bridge-Span in the World, p. 615
                          18. To Reduce Automobile Dust, p. 616
                          19. Why Twining Plants Twine, p. 616
                          20. Handwriting as an Indication of Disease, p. 617
                          21. Barring the Unitarians, p. 618
                          22. Ignoring the Teachings of the Apostles, p. 619
                          23. Religion in Fiction, p. 619
                          24. What the Negro calls Religion, p. 620
                          25. The Von Buelow Mystery, p. 621
                          26. Administrative Scandals in the Two Kongos, p. 622
                          27. The Meat-Famine in Germany, p. 623
                          28. Impossibility of Revolution in Russia, pp. 623-624
                          29. [+]
                            Useful Books on Japan, p. 625 - 13 Reviews
                            1. Great Japan: A Study of National Efficiency by Alfred Stead
                            2. The Risen Sun by Baron Suyematsu
                            3. Bushido: The Soul of Japan by Inazo Nitobe
                            4. The Japanese Spirit by Okakura-Yoshisaburo
                            5. Dai Nippon: The Britain of the East by Henry Dyer
                            6. The Land of the Rising Sun by Gregoire de Wollant
                            7. Japan To-Day by James A.B. Scherer
                            8. Young Japan by James A.B. Scherer
                            9. The Far East by Archibald J. Little
                            10. Christianity in Modern Japan by Ernest W. Clement
                            11. All About Japan by Belle M. Brain
                            12. From the Yalu to Port Arthur by Oliver Ellsworth Wood
                            13. From Tokio Through Manchuria by Louis Livingston Seaman
                          30. [+]
                            British Opinion and Bentham's Opinion, p. 626 - 1 Review
                            1. Lectures on the Relation Between Law and Public Opinion in England During the Nineteenth Century by Albert Venn Dicey
                          31. Miscellaneous, pp. 627-642
                        5. [+]
                          November 4, 1905 Issue = 40 Articles
                          1. Secretary Taft's War on Machine Politics, p. 641
                          2. New Orleans's Fever Fight, p. 642
                          3. Miss Roosevelt's Embarrassing Presents, p. 643
                          4. Muzzling the Cabinet, p. 644
                          5. The New Civil-Service Rule, p. 644
                          6. A Russian Strike for Universal Suffrage, p. 645
                          7. Another Treasury Scandal in Pennsylvania, p. 645
                          8. Significance of the Chattanooga Conference, p. 646
                          9. The South's Changed Feeling toward the President, p. 647
                          10. Wages and the Cost of Living, p. 648
                          11. Gibson's Desertion of Black and White, p. 649
                          12. Spiritual Side of Swinburne's Genius, p. 650
                          13. The Dramatic Season in France, p. 651
                          14. Expression of the "Race-Mind" in Literature, p. 651
                          15. The Russian Officer in Russian Literature, p. 652
                          16. Power from Thunder-Clouds, p. 653
                          17. Some Perils of Indoor Life, p. 653
                          18. The Discovery of Variable Stars, p. 654
                          19. Telegraphing to Timbuctoo, p. 654
                          20. Surveying Extraordinary, p. 655
                          21. Automobiles for Death Valley, p. 655
                          22. A New Treatment for Tuberculosis, p. 656
                          23. Sex in Suicide, p. 656
                          24. The Problem of Life, p. 656
                          25. Is the United States a Christian Nation?, p. 657
                          26. The Real St. Patrick, p. 657
                          27. Two Views of the Great Divorce in France, p. 658
                          28. Unitarian Exclusion Defended, p. 659
                          29. A Hint from Jamaica, p. 660
                          30. W.T. Stead's Scheme to Emancipate the Czar, p. 661
                          31. Proposed Alliance of England and Russia, p. 662
                          32. The Anglo-French Peril to Germany, p. 662
                          33. The Landless Man and the Manless Land, p. 663
                          34. The French of Cathay, p. 664
                          35. [+]
                            Le Gallienne's Rendering of the Hafiz, p. 665 - 1 Review
                            1. Odes from the Divan of Hafiz by Richard Le Gallienne
                          36. [+]
                            A Champion of Free Thought, p. 665 - 1 Review
                            1. Science et Libre Pensee by M. Berthelot
                          37. [+]
                            A Good Word for the Italian Immigrant, p. 666 - 1 Review
                            1. The Italian in America by Eliot Lord, John J.D. Trenor, and Samuel June Barrows, ...
                          38. [+]
                            Better Planned Than Executed, p. 666 - 1 Review
                            1. Claims and Counterclaims by Maud Wilder Goodwin
                          39. [+]
                            A Romance of the House of Douglas, p. 666 - 1 Review
                            1. May Margaret, Called "The Fair Maid of Galloway" by S.R. Crockett
                          40. Miscellaneous, pp. 667-688
                        6. [+]
                          November 11, 1905 Issue = 29 Articles
                          1. Lurid Dawn of Liberty in Russia, pp. 687-688
                          2. Rapid Growth of New York City, p. 689
                          3. A Defense of Restriction of Output by Labor Unions, p. 690
                          4. Lighter Side of a Serious Subject, p. 691
                          5. Social Conditions in the Army, p. 692
                          6. New Troubles Brewing with China, p. 693
                          7. Insurance "News" Despatches, p. 694
                          8. The Commercialization of Literature, p. 695
                          9. Relation of Art to Reason and Morals, p. 696
                          10. Some Mathematical Verse, p. 696
                          11. Art Versus the Picture, p. 697
                          12. A Shaw Play Suppressed in New York, p. 698
                          13. New Creations In Plant Life, p. 699
                          14. An Advance in Flying-Machines, p. 700
                          15. The Gold in Sea-Water, p. 700
                          16. Universal Life or Death?, p. 701
                          17. Inventive Progress Graphically Shown, p. 702
                          18. Why Ancient Civilizations Died Out, p. 702
                          19. Building a Dam on End, p. 703
                          20. The Mormon Defense, p. 704
                          21. Blending the Sects in Korea, p. 705
                          22. Too Many Churches, p. 705
                          23. Petrifying Influence of Dogmatic Theology, p. 706
                          24. Is it Too Late?, p. 707
                          25. A New European Monarchy, p. 708
                          26. The Threatened Storm in the Balkans, p. 709
                          27. Germany's Threats and France's Unreadiness, p. 710
                          28. Best Short Story of the Month, p. 711
                          29. Miscellaneous, pp. 712-730
                        7. [+]
                          November 18, 1905 Issue = 39 Articles
                          1. The Hearst Vote, p. 729
                          2. Killing Our Missionaries in China, p. 730
                          3. Resentment over the Prince of Battenberg's Visit, p. 731
                          4. Jewish Massacres with Official Approval, p. 732
                          5. Czarism in Gluip and Cartoon, p. 733
                          6. Slaughter of the Bosses, p. 734
                          7. College Pranks and Homicide, p. 735
                          8. The Fatal Pist Fight at Annapolis, p. 736
                          9. "The Apostle" a New Political Play in St. Petersburg, p. 737
                          10. Gibson as Frankenstein, p. 737
                          11. Bemarkable Personality of Irving, p. 738
                          12. New Glimpses of Walt Whitman, p. 739
                          13. Philosophy of Comic Opera, p. 740
                          14. A National Theater in New York, p. 740
                          15. How Discoveries are Named, p. 741
                          16. Identification by Finger-Prints, p. 741
                          17. Dustless Highways, p. 742
                          18. Recent Study of Radium, p. 742
                          19. German Device for Warning Trains, p. 743
                          20. Shall we Legalize the "Happy Despatch", p. 743
                          21. Geography and Evolution, p. 744
                          22. The Passing of the Wooden Car, p. 744
                          23. The Church and Tainted Labor, p. 745
                          24. New Light on the New Testament, p. 745
                          25. The Gospel Message Not Affected by the Higher Criticism, p. 746
                          26. Conscience or the Bible?, p. 747
                          27. Social Peril of Zionism, p. 748
                          28. A Propaganda of Mutiny, p. 749
                          29. Gorky on the Baku Massacres, p. 750
                          30. Passing of Cholera in Germany, p. 750
                          31. Germany's Anxious Parliamentary Session, p. 751
                          32. The Modern Woman in Italy, p. 752
                          33. [+]
                            The Leading of a Little Child, p. 753 - 1 Review
                            1. The Mother by Norman Duncan
                          34. [+]
                            An Encore to "Mrs. Tree", p. 753 - 1 Review
                            1. Mrs. Tree's Will by Laura E. Richards
                          35. [+]
                            History by a Novelist, p. 753 - 1 Review
                            1. Southern Italy and Sicily, and the Rulers of the South by F. Marion Crawford
                          36. [+]
                            Being a Boy, p. 754 - 1 Review
                            1. Real Boys by Henry A. Shute
                          37. [+]
                            Byron Vividly Portrayed, p. 754 - 1 Review
                            1. Love Alone is Lord by F. Frankfort Moore
                          38. [+]
                            Not a Woman In It, p. 754 - 1 Review
                            1. The Edge of Circumstance by Edward Noble
                          39. Miscellaneous, pp. 755-774
                        8. [+]
                          November 25, 1905 Issue = 40 Articles
                          1. American Aid to the Suffering Jews of Russia, p. 773
                          2. Mr. Hearst as a National Figure, p. 774
                          3. Another "Rich Man's Panic", pp. 775-776
                          4. Fatal Defect of Our Navy, p. 777
                          5. Federal Control in Yellow Fever Outbreaks, p. 777
                          6. The Beef Packers' Plea of Immunity, p. 778
                          7. Rebellion in the Isle of Pines, p. 779
                          8. Disappearance of the Last Great Racial Art, p. 780
                          9. The Theodore Roosevelt Professorship in Berlin, p. 780
                          10. Amateurishness of Lowell, p. 781
                          11. Singers and their Brains, p. 782
                          12. The Hypnotism of Art, p. 783
                          13. Effect of Climate on Health, p. 784
                          14. Our Peanut Crop, p. 784
                          15. Milk in Solid Form, p. 785
                          16. Is Disease Benevolent?, p. 785
                          17. Racial Superiority and Inferiority, p. 786
                          18. A Cure for Bad Temper, p. 786
                          19. Contests in Weather Prediction, p. 787
                          20. Alcohol as a Medicine, p. 787
                          21. Photography under Difficulties, p. 787
                          22. Some Evils of Cold Storage, p. 788
                          23. Height of the Atmosphere, p. 788
                          24. A Great Jewish Celebration in America, p. 789
                          25. The "Christian Note" in the Thanksgiving Proclamation, p. 790
                          26. A Plea for the Religious Drama, p. 790
                          27. Twentieth Century Calvinism, p. 791
                          28. The Modern Ideal of Foreign Missions, p. 792
                          29. A New Weapon of Revolution, p. 793
                          30. Plight of the London Poor, p. 794
                          31. When a Neighbor's House is on Fire, p. 795
                          32. French View of Political "Brigandage" in America, p. 795
                          33. Another Royal Capitulation, p. 796
                          34. [+]
                            The Grim Tragedy of the Florida Coast, p. 797 - 1 Review
                            1. The Spanish Settlements Within the Present Limits of the United States by Woodbury Lowery
                          35. [+]
                            Mrs. Wiggin's Literary "Rose-Cake", p. 797 - 1 Review
                            1. Rose o' the River by Kate Douglas Wiggin
                          36. [+]
                            A Tonic for the Novel-Weary, p. 797 - 1 Review
                            1. Minerva's Maneuvers by Charles Battell Loomis
                          37. [+]
                            A New Michigan Story, p. 798 - 1 Review
                            1. The Man from Red Keg by Eugene Thwing
                          38. [+]
                            The Days That Are Gone, p. 798 - 1 Review
                            1. Back Home by Eugene Wood
                          39. [+]
                            A History of Corporate Activity, p. 798 - 1 Review
                            1. Corporations by John P. Davis
                          40. Miscellaneous, pp. 799-814
                        9. [+]
                          December 2, 1905 Issue = 31 Articles
                          1. Planning Political Funerals in New York, p. 813
                          2. The President's Beply to the Railroad Employees, p. 814
                          3. Crumbling of Party Lines, pp. 815-816
                          4. "The Straits of Panama", p. 817
                          5. The Kenyon Initiation Tragedy Again, p. 818
                          6. Prospects of a Lively Time in Congress, p. 819
                          7. "The Greatest Book Ever Written by a Woman", p. 820
                          8. Musical Interpretation of Pictures, p. 820
                          9. How the Japanese "Adapt" Shakespeare, p. 821
                          10. German Praise for American Museums, p. 821
                          11. Where Man Fails as a Novelist, p. 822
                          12. Dependence of Literature upon the Supernatural, p. 823
                          13. Alcohol in Proprietary Medicines, p. 824
                          14. Photographing the Canals of Mars, p. 824
                          15. Is Heredity a Delusion?, p. 825
                          16. The Colors of Autumn Leaves, p. 826
                          17. Automatic Irrigators, p. 826
                          18. Double Animals, p. 827
                          19. Science and the Soul, p. 828
                          20. The Founder of the Y.M.C.A., p. 829
                          21. The Clergy and Commercial Morality, p. 829
                          22. Is the Moral Supremacy of Christendom in Danger?, p. 830
                          23. The Great Religious Conference In New York, p. 831
                          24. Why Are the Jews Massacred?, p. 832
                          25. Leopold's Commission on the Kongo Atrocities, pp. 833-834
                          26. Mr. Balfour's Speech of Despair to the Unemployed, p. 835
                          27. Parisian Compliments to a Resigning Minister, p. 836
                          28. [+]
                            Women on the Labor Question, p. 837 - 3 Reviews
                            1. The Man of the Hour by Octave Thanet
                            2. The Grapple by Grace MacGowan Cooke
                            3. The Long Day by Dorothy Richardson
                          29. [+]
                            Crockett Clanks the Swords Again, p. 838 - 1 Review
                            1. The Cherry Ribband by Samuel R. Crockett
                          30. [+]
                            Balzac for Babes, p. 838 - 1 Review
                            1. Aspects of Balzac by W.H. Helm
                          31. Miscellaneous, pp. 839-862
                        10. [+]
                          December 9, 1905 Issue = 35 Articles
                          1. Football Reform by Abolition, p. 861
                          2. Unprecedented Year for Farmers, p. 862
                          3. Our Under-officered Army, p. 863
                          4. Reorganizing the Mutual, p. 864
                          5. "Peopleization" of Trusts and Corporation, pp. 864-865
                          6. Shanghaing on the Chesapeake, p. 866
                          7. Significance of the Battle at Sebastopol, p. 867
                          8. Ecclesiastes and the Rubaiyat, p. 868
                          9. Lanier as an Artistic Pathfinder, p. 868
                          10. The Drama versus the Novel, p. 869
                          11. A Suicide Epidemic on the French Stage, p. 870
                          12. The Lesson of Bouguereau's Artistic Failure, p. 871
                          13. Making Good Use of Rubbish, p. 872
                          14. The Bed of the Niagara River, p. 872
                          15. The Claims of Osteopathy, p. 873
                          16. A Valuable Tree---The Mahwa, p. 874
                          17. Electricity and Odors, p. 875
                          18. Sweetened Wood, p. 875
                          19. A Wireless Ship-Detector, p. 875
                          20. Differences of Blood in Different Races, p. 876
                          21. Hereditary Memory in Dreams, p. 876
                          22. Men and Women in City and Country, p. 876
                          23. Maeterlinck on Immortality, p. 877
                          24. Growing Distaste for Heresy Trials, p. 877
                          25. The Evolution of Prayer, p. 878
                          26. Must Morality Have a Religious Basis?, p. 879
                          27. The "Big Stick" for Turkey, p. 880
                          28. The Next Prime-Minister of England, p. 881
                          29. War-Cry of the Russian Revolutionists, pp. 882-883
                          30. A Canadian on American Immigration into Canada, p. 884
                          31. The New Taine Volume, p. 885
                          32. [+]
                            A Spurt of Melodrama, p. 885 - 1 Review
                            1. Nedra by George Barr McCutcheon
                          33. [+]
                            The Abode of the Fool's Heart, p. 886 - 1 Review
                            1. The House of Mirth by Edith Wharton
                          34. [+]
                            Mr. Hope in Serious Vein, p. 886 - 1 Review
                            1. A Servant of the Public by Anthony Hope
                          35. Miscellaneous, pp. 887-904
                        11. [+]
                          December 16, 1905 Issue = 31 Articles
                          1. How the President's Message is Regarded, pp. 903-906
                          2. Mr. Jerome's Attack on the New York Judges, p. 907
                          3. Diplomatic Troubles with Cuba, p. 908
                          4. Why Secretary Root Will Go to Brazil, p. 909
                          5. Our Winning Fight Against Illiteracy, p. 909
                          6. American Views of British Politics, p. 910
                          7. Topics in Brief, p. 910
                          8. The Commercialization of the Drama, p. 911
                          9. An Academic Movement in American Art, p. 911
                          10. Henry James "The Diligent Recorder of a Leisure Class", p. 912
                          11. Scott's Freedom from the Tyranny of Grammar, p. 913
                          12. Pranklin Our Premier Man of Letters, p. 913
                          13. The Social Note in Modern Pronch Caricaturo, p. 914
                          14. Undermining the Foundations of Science, p. 915
                          15. Outdoor Life at Home, p. 915
                          16. Is a Perfect Battle-Ship Possible, p. 916
                          17. The Oldest Piece of "Wood in the World?, p. 917
                          18. Electricity on the Farm, p. 917
                          19. Some Tricks with a Phonograph, p. 918
                          20. Science Brevities, p. 918
                          21. The Poetry of Jesus, p. 919
                          22. A Remarkable Church-Union Suggestion, p. 920
                          23. The Torrey-Alexander Mission Criticized, p. 920
                          24. The Final Test of Christianity, p. 921
                          25. Communism and the Bible, p. 922
                          26. Will Witte Succeed?, p. 923
                          27. The Change in the French Presidency, pp. 924-925
                          28. The Fate of Poland, p. 926
                          29. Boulangism in Hungary, p. 926
                          30. Best Christmas Story of the Month, pp. 927-928
                          31. Miscellaneous, pp. 929-942
                        12. [+]
                          December 23, 1905 Issue = 39 Articles
                          1. Secretary Bonaparte's Collision with New England Patriotism, p. 941
                          2. Prying into Panama Canal Payrolls, p. 942
                          3. Abolition of Railroad Passes, p. 943
                          4. Moral Sentiment Aroused by the Corey Case, p. 944
                          5. Cruelties of the Christmas Season, p. 945
                          6. Disappointment over the Meriwether Sentence, p. 946
                          7. Territorial Sentiment on the Statehood Question, pp. 947-948
                          8. A Struggle to Save a Dying Language, p. 949
                          9. A Music-Drama on an Unusual Theme, p. 950
                          10. What College Students Read, p. 950
                          11. Bernhardt's Art in its Meridian, p. 951
                          12. A Significant Poem, p. 951
                          13. Jane Austen and her English Sisterhood, p. 952
                          14. The Value of Slang, p. 952
                          15. Is Burbank Overrated?, p. 953
                          16. Mind in Man and Animals, p. 953
                          17. Ancient Attemps at Anatomical Repairs, p. 954
                          18. To Lessen Vibration in Steamers, p. 954
                          19. Fresh Water at Sea, p. 955
                          20. Speech and Intellect, p. 955
                          21. Four Periods of Growth and their Meaning, p. 956
                          22. The Simple Man's View of Immortality, p. 957
                          23. Christianity's Dependence Upon Literature, p. 957
                          24. Comment of the Excluded Denominations on the Federation Conference, p. 958
                          25. Religious Side of Victor Hugo, p. 958
                          26. The Religious Destiny of Ethical Culture, p. 959
                          27. Campbell-Bannerman and the Irish, p. 960
                          28. Bernhardt and Antisemitism in Canada, p. 961
                          29. Tolstoy's Optimistic View of Russia's Future, p. 962
                          30. The Revolution and the Russian Press, p. 962
                          31. The Newspaper Peril to the British Army, p. 963
                          32. Woman's Rights in Sweden, p. 964
                          33. Russian Echoes in France, p. 965
                          34. [+]
                            An Overworked Short Story, p. 965 - 1 Review
                            1. He and Hecuba by Baroness von Hutten
                          35. [+]
                            Tales of Sea and Coast, p. 965 - 1 Review
                            1. Ceux de la Mer by Pierre Lemonnier
                          36. [+]
                            From the Land of Never Was, p. 966 - 1 Review
                            1. At the Sign of the Jack O'Lantern by Myrtle Reed
                          37. [+]
                            Insurance Years, p. 966 - 1 Review
                            1. The Best Policy by Elliott Flower
                          38. [+]
                            The Battle With Bacteria, p. 966 - 1 Review
                            1. Immunity in Infective Diseases by Elie Metchnikoff
                          39. Miscellaneous, pp. 967-976
                        13. [+]
                          December 30, 1905 Issue = 38 Articles
                          1. Opposing the Extension of Federal Authority, p. 975
                          2. How Chicago Bankers Averted a Panic, p. 976
                          3. Futility of Mr. Lawson's Campaign, p. 977
                          4. Defense of the Annapolis Code, p. 978
                          5. More Indictments Under the Elkins Law, p. 979
                          6. College Press on Football Reform, p. 980
                          7. Calling on Senator Depew to Resign, p. 981
                          8. Little Glimpses of American Politics, p. 982
                          9. A Literary Mystery Solved, p. 983
                          10. The Appeal of Tragedy, p. 983
                          11. The Flippancy of Modern Humor, p. 984
                          12. Nobel Prizes for 1905, p. 985
                          13. A Propagandist of the New French Music, p. 986
                          14. Teaching Pronunciation by Machinery, p. 987
                          15. Climate of the Upper Air, p. 988
                          16. The Storage of Undrawn Poultry, p. 988
                          17. The Kongo Pygmies in London, p. 989
                          18. Mathematics and Street-Car Blocks, p. 989
                          19. Protection from Fire for Theaters, p. 990
                          20. Transatlantic Turbine Steamers, p. 991
                          21. The Practical Atheism in American Political Conceptions, p. 992
                          22. Methodist Comment on the Mitchell Case, p. 992
                          23. An Anti-Union Agitation, p. 993
                          24. Orthodoxy Foreign to the Genius of Protestantism, p. 993
                          25. Toward the Union of Baptist and Free Baptist, p. 994
                          26. Mr. Roosevelt Viewed as an American Caesar, p. 995
                          27. The Vatican and the Separation, p. 995
                          28. Who are Germany's "Unjust Foes"?, p. 996
                          29. The First Russian Republic, p. 997
                          30. Chinese Arrogance Over Japanese Victories, p. 997
                          31. A French Defiance to Germany, p. 998
                          32. [+]
                            Captain Mahan's New Book, p. 999 - 1 Review
                            1. Sea Power in Its Relations to the War of 1812 by A.T. Mahan
                          33. [+]
                            America Through French Eyes, p. 999 - 1 Review
                            1. The United States in the Twentieth Century by Pierre Leroy-Beaulieu
                          34. [+]
                            Life and Literature, p. 1000 - 1 Review
                            1. Part of a Man's Life by Thomas Wentworth Higginson
                          35. [+]
                            A Hindoo Boccaccio, p. 1000 - 1 Review
                            1. A Digit of the Moon by F.W. Bain
                          36. [+]
                            "The Garden of Death", p. 1000 - 1 Review
                            1. Le Jardin de la Mort by Louis Bertrand
                          37. [+]
                            Short Notices of New Books, p. 1000 - 4 Reviews
                            1. A Levantine Log-Book by Jerome Alfred Hart
                            2. The System of the Stars by Agnes M. Clerke
                            3. The Homes of Tennyson by Helen Allingham and Arthur Paterson
                            4. The Mountain of Fears by Henry C. Rowland
                          38. Miscellaneous, pp. 1001-1010
                    2. [+]
                      Issues of 1906 = 52 Issues, 1,963 Articles
                      1. [+]
                        Issues of 1907 = 46 Issues, 1,751 Articles
                        1. [+]
                          Issues of 1908 = 52 Issues, 1,819 Articles
                          1. [+]
                            Issues of 1909 = 45 Issues, 1,654 Articles
                          2. [+]
                            Issues of the 1910s = 10 Years, 499 Issues, 15,568 Articles
                            1. [+]
                              Issues of 1910 = 52 Issues, 1,897 Articles
                              1. [+]
                                Issues of 1911 = 49 Issues, 1,665 Articles
                                1. [+]
                                  Issues of 1912 = 47 Issues, 1,349 Articles
                                  1. [+]
                                    Issues of 1913 = 52 Issues, 1,578 Articles
                                    1. [+]
                                      Issues of 1914 = 52 Issues, 1,560 Articles
                                      1. [+]
                                        Issues of 1915 = 52 Issues, 1,495 Articles
                                        1. [+]
                                          Issues of 1916 = 40 Issues, 1,226 Articles
                                          1. [+]
                                            Issues of 1917 = 52 Issues, 1,635 Articles
                                            1. [+]
                                              Issues of 1918 = 51 Issues, 1,600 Articles
                                              1. [+]
                                                Issues of 1919 = 52 Issues, 1,563 Articles
                                              2. [+]
                                                Issues of the 1920s = 10 Years, 465 Issues, 15,999 Articles
                                                1. [+]
                                                  Issues of 1920 = 52 Issues, 1,799 Articles
                                                  1. [+]
                                                    Issues of 1921 = 53 Issues, 1,761 Articles
                                                    1. [+]
                                                      Issues of 1922 = 39 Issues, 1,504 Articles
                                                      1. [+]
                                                        Issues of 1923 = 39 Issues, 1,309 Articles
                                                        1. [+]
                                                          Issues of 1924 = 52 Issues, 1,768 Articles
                                                          1. [+]
                                                            Issues of 1925 = 52 Issues, 1,703 Articles
                                                            1. [+]
                                                              Issues of 1926 = 39 Issues, 1,270 Articles
                                                              1. [+]
                                                                Issues of 1927 = 53 Issues, 1,711 Articles
                                                                1. [+]
                                                                  Issues of 1928 = 34 Issues, 1,176 Articles
                                                                  1. [+]
                                                                    Issues of 1929 = 52 Issues, 1,998 Articles
                                                                  2. [+]
                                                                    Issues of the 1930s = 9 Years, 415 Issues, 14,790 Articles
                                                                    1. [+]
                                                                      Issues of 1930 = 51 Issues, 1,897 Articles
                                                                      1. [+]
                                                                        Issues of 1931 = 52 Issues, 1,662 Articles
                                                                        1. [+]
                                                                          Issues of 1932 = 53 Issues, 2,232 Articles
                                                                          1. [+]
                                                                            Issues of 1933 = 52 Issues, 2,083 Articles
                                                                            1. [+]
                                                                              Issues of 1934 = 52 Issues, 2,360 Articles
                                                                              1. [+]
                                                                                Issues of 1935 = 52 Issues, 2,313 Articles
                                                                                1. [+]
                                                                                  Issues of 1936 = 52 Issues, 1,366 Articles
                                                                                  1. [+]
                                                                                    Issues of 1937 = 50 Issues, 868 Articles
                                                                                    1. [+]
                                                                                      Issues of 1938 = 1 Issue, 9 Articles