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Cole, Th. L., Use of Lord's Prayer, 486.

Collins, E. C., "A Christlike Set," 379.

Cook, Wm. M., "Good Friday Services,' 568.

Courtney, Frederick, "Another Point of View,"


Dike, S. W., National League for the Protection

of the Family, 378.

Evans, B., Board of Inquiry in Talbot Case, 259.
French, Allen, Modern Attitude toward Pain,

Gowen, H. H., The proper lessons for lent, 730.

Hall, Bp. A. C. A., The Observance of Friday,


Harris, T. R., Deputies, Alternates, and Others,

Harrington, F. P., The sentences at Morning and

Evening Prayer, 696.

Haughwont, L. M. A., Our French Citizens, 853.

Hayward, W. S., Sentences at Morning and

Evening Prayer, 187.

Heal, John W., A correction, 567.

Hoskins, F. D., Assisted Education, 60.

Hunter, A. B., Good Friday Offerings, 568.

Johnston, Bp. J. S., Religion in the Public

Schools, 814.

Jones, J., Liturgical Use of the Lord's Prayer,

Keese, G. P., Jubilee Thank Offering for Mis-

sions, 601.

Lay, George W., When do new canons take

effect? 416.

Linderman, H. R., Developments in other Com-
munions, 186.

Lloyd, A. S., Bp. Brewer's plan, 534.

Mission Conferences, 730.

Lloyd, W. K., Use of the Lord's Prayer, 602.

McKnight, G. H., An Adequate income for the

Board of Missions, 645.

Macmahon, E. L., The Burden of Hebrew, 328.
Mann, A. W., The Spiritual Needs of the Deaf,

Spiritual care of thel Deaf, 908.
Montgomery, J. H., The Philadelphia clergy
and civic corruption, 135.
Morrison, T. N., The Church and Social Prob-
lems, 291.

Murdoch, F. J., A new phase of the divorce

question, 60.

Murphy, R. H., Use of the Lord's Prayer, 329.

Packard, C. J., The Burden of the Bible, 569.

Paddock, E. M., The Ruined Abbeys of Great

Britain, 567.

Paine, G. L., The Harvard summer school of

theology, 568.

Peabody, Endicott, C. L. Slattery and J. P.
Conover, 730.

Peters, J. P., A matter of the Higher Criticism,
293, 452.

Pope, Julius, Theological Education, 97.

Powers, W. D., New Canon on Divorce, 416;
Need of Church Missions House, 681.

Reade, S. F., True Function of the Public

School, 977.

Rich, E. R., Church League of the Baptized, 97.

Roberts, C. E., Liturgical use of Lord's Prayer,


Roberts, D. C., Observance of Friday, 186.

Robertson, W. A., Do the Clergy care for As-

cension Day?, 814.

American Missionaries in the East, Sir Morti-
mer Durand, 167.

Athabasca, The church in, Bp. Reeve, 487.
Athanesian Creed, The, D. C. Lathbury, 940.
Canonical Provision for the trial of a Bishop,
Bp. Hall, 13.

Catholicity and Democracy of the Episcopate,
Bp. Sessums, 168.

Christian Education the Church's Duty, Bp.
Bratton, 679.

Christian Marriage, Dr. L. Parks, 450.
Church and the Workingman, The, C. E. Hutch-
json. 564.

Clergy Relief, The church and Henry Anstice,


Common Prayer, W. Lowrie, 499.
Devotionals: Ascension of Our Lord, Mrs.
Romanes, 864; Atonement, The, A. Lyttle-
ton, 572; Christian Teaching about Sin,
Bp. Gore, 499; Christ's Attitude toward
Future Life, Spectator, 911; Common
Prayer, W. Lowrie, 499; Epiphany, 29;
"God in Action," S. Holland, 343; Need of
Sense of Sin, Bp. Lang, 383; Passing

of Jesus of Nazareth, Bp. Ingram, 534;

Personality and Liturgy, J. E. Freeman,

63; Reign of Christ, The, Canon Holland,

424; Risen Christ, The, W. R. Inge, 613;

Ritual and other Means of Grace, 259; Sav-

ing Faith, A, Canon Newbolt, 695; Sins

of the Fathers, Bp. Lang, 499.

Dr. Wace's Appeal to the First Six Centuries,
D. C. Lathbury, 415.

Education of Church People, The, E. T. Slater,


England, Letters on Church Matters in, D. C.
Lathbury, 12, 93, 940.

Epiphany, The, of E. Daingerfield, 26.

Gankin, Healing the Sick in, 422.

Gold Hunter's Farthest North, To the, H.

Stuck, 900.

Hebrew, The Burden of, Dean Hodges, 220.
Higher Criticism and the Athanesian Creed,
Archbishop Nuttall on, the, 484.

Ideadls of Worship and Ritual, Bp. Morrison,

Illusions about Christian Missions, R. F. Speer,


Injunctions of Silence in the Gospels, W. San-

day, 325.

Liddon, Henry Parry, by P. D. Waggett, 902.
Luxury and the Beatitudes, Vida D. Scudder,

Medical Mission Work, Basis of, Bp. Graves,

Need of More Ministers, Rev. E. Peabody, 730.

New Evangelism, The, 801.

Pacific Coast Equation of the Race Problem,


Personality and Liturgy, 63.

Philippines: An Ingot Cemetery, Bp. Brent, 754.

President Roosevelt's Inaugural and the Study

of Greek, 483.

Prophet Indeed, A, J. H. Stiness, 327.

Religious and Moral Progress in 1904, W. H.
P. Faunce, 294.

Revelation of the East, The, A. M. Stewart, 96.
Rhodes Scholars, The, Oxon, 15.

Royal Commission on Ecclesiastical Discipline,
The, D. C. Lathbury, 600.

Ruined Abbeys of Great Britain, by R. A.
Cram: Glastonbury, 335; Lindisfarne and
Whilley, 493; Beaulieu and Netley, 587;
Tintern, 857.

Safeguarding the Public Schools, Bp. Potter,

Schools of Religious Painting in Italy, R. A.
Cram School of Leonardo, 21; Painters of
Venice, 177.

Self Indulgence or Self Sacrifice, Mrs. G. J.
Romanes, 185.

Some Thoughts on Progress, John Morley, 187.
Tanana Valley, Coming of Winter in, H. Stuck,
15: The Coming of Spring in the, H. Stuck,
Theological Education, some reflections on, by
a theological student, 13.

Theology, The Teaching of, Charles Cuthbert

Hall, 94.

Tuskegee, Religious influence at, R. E. Park,


Vital Spark in Christianity, The, 95.

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Parable, A, 239.

Personality and the Law of Love, 239.
Pianola Education, 187.

President Roosevelt on the Revelations of Re-

Two Instances of an awakening Social Con-

science, 1069.

Ultimate Foundation, The, 7.

Unchanging Creed in a changing World, The,

Unifying Mission of the Church, 447.

Unity and Peace, 339.

Unity, Should the Ministry be given up το

Secure, 411.

Unity, "Giving up" will not produce, 411.
Unity, the Congregationalists on our views, 479.
Vitality and Elasticity in Ritual, 571.
What is our Responsibility?, 379.
Who is responsible for, Public Morals?, 651.

Agricultural Department, Abuses in, 120, 189;
dismissal of Mr. Holmes, 88; changes in
organization, 152; government crop reports,
152 resignation of Dr. Salmon, 412.
Africa; Religions in Cape Colony, II, 277.
Alabama Chain gang, Quincy Ewing and, II,

American Church Missionary Society, Meetings

of, 894, 1004.

Amundsen, Capt., Discovery of, of northwest
passage, 997.

Anglo-Japanese Alliance, 412, 519.

Annapolis, Court martial at, 946, 1034.

Apocrypha, International Society of the, 451.
Arbitration; New International treaty, 340; 2nd

peace conference, 480.

Archeology: Assyria, 57.

Palestine; explorations in, 155; at Jerusa-
lem, 191; Hebrew temple at Sinai, 274;
German excavating society, 574; discov-
eries at Gezer, 951.

Egypt; Dr. Sayce on Tel el-Amarna tab-

lets, 311.

Arkansas, Church buildings in, 58.
Army Department; Prosecution of Morris
Busch, 412; morale of the army, 653.

Art, Free Trade in, 612.

Athanasian Creed; Discussion of, in the "Llber-

al Churchman," 60; Deans' Memorial con-

cerning, 276, 344; Dr. Carr Glynn on, 382;

The "Latitudinarians" and, 576; Dean of

Windsor on, 895; Bishop Chevasse on, 1000;

Bishop Gore and, 1073.

Australia; Protestant Union in, 193; the Moor-
house lectureship, 415; a new bishop of Ade-
laide, 1000.

Austria; Hungarian nationalists oppose minis-

try, 9; suffrage in, 790.

Ballot Reform, Necessity for, 788.

Baptists; Union of, 894; episcopate and, 752;
"Watchman" on the honesty of ministers,



Bible Teachers' Training School, Opening of the,
Biblical criticism; English press comment on,
277, 313; attitude of evangelical churches
toward, 656; Dr. Parks on, 1073.
Bonaparte, C. J.; Speech of at C. E. Convention,
120 naval recommendations of, 997.
Boss Rule, Challenged in electoral campaign,

Boston Fenway Scandal, 695.

Boston Cathedral, London Times on, 791.
Brazil, News from, 1037.

Brazza, Count de, Death of, 448.

Brent, C. H.; To young men, 10; On American
democracy in the Orient, 414.

Briggs, C. A.; On Roman reform, 90; on ques-

tion of orders, 191.

Broad Church in England, Rev. H. Handley and
the "Guardian" on, 91.
Brookfield Congregationalists, 155.

Brotherhood of St. Andrew:-Canada: Report of
convention, 622.

England: 9th annual conference, 11.

U. S.: Official communications, 248, 288;

20th annual convention, 491-498.

Buddhism, W. S. Lilly on the message of, 311.
Butler, N. M.; Dinner to, in Paris, 413; on re-
forming the college course, 749; on football,
Canadian Church; General Synod of, 484-485;

American comment on action of, in regard to
divorce, 449; colonial clergy in England,
Canterbury; Diocesan conference and Sunday
observance, 122; regulations of chapter con-
cerning hatless women in church, 343; link-
ing Canterbury with Washington, 521.

Canterbury, Archbishop of, see Davidson.

Carlisle, Bishop of, On reunion, 415.

Chapelle, Archbishop, P. L., death of, 273.

Charity Organizations; Abuses in system of

"charity by proxy," 154, 190; a clean milk

campaign, 243.

Charities and Corrections, N. Y. State Confer-

ence of, 839.

Chase, Dr. F. H.; nomination of, for bishopric
of Ely, 155; consecration of, 699.
Chew Resolutions, Dr. Huntington on, 521.
Child Labor, in Pennsylvania, 9.

Childrens' Aid Society, Annual report of, 895.
China; And Japan's Christianity, 154; reform-

ers and anarchists in, 520; etiquette in,
715; constitution for, 839; independence of
church in, 998; federation in, 998; mob at
Shanghai, 1071; new bishop of Fuh-Kien,

Chinese Exclusion and Boycott, 88, 153, 242,
340, 573.

Christianity; Samuel McComb on, 389; and citi-
zenship, 697.

Church Association for the Advancement of In-
terests of Labor; Convention of, at Boston,
640; report of convention, 761.
Church Clubs, Report of federation of, 846.
Church congresses:-England: 576, 618, 656,


Congregational Council; report of labor com-

mittee, 312; programme of industrial com-

mittee, 414; action of, confirmed by Associ-

ation, 274.

Consular Reforms, 789.
Conventions (diocesan); Albany, 901; Mar-
quette, 12; Michigan City, 848; Milwaukee,
487, 901; Montana, 64; New Hampshire,
902; New York, 529; Quincy, 848; Spring-

field, 1005; Vermont, 13.

Convict Labor, discussion of, 380.

Davidson, Archbishop; on disestablishment,
753; on Pres. Roosevelt, 753.
Davies, T. F.; retirement of, 89; death of, 790.
Deaf Mutes, Church work for, 10.
Democratic Party, split in, in congress, 1034.
Disestablishment; in England, 753, 895; in
France, see under France.

Divorce; uniform laws for, 242; Sydney Brooks
on, 309; comment on action of Canadian
synod concerning, 449; action in England
concerning, 192, 450; action in U. S. con-
cerning, 655, 790, 793; action of Omaha
R. C. bishop concerning, 949; interchurch
conference on, 1036; statistics of, 1036.
Doane, W. C., convention address of, 840.
Donald, E. W., tribute to, from Amherst, 121.
Douglas, Bp. A. G., death of, 245.
Ecclesiastical Discipline, royal commission on,
Education; parochial schools and tax payers,

mony of worshippers, 571; women teachers
of theology, 616; Anglican restlessness,
794; religion for the rich, 794; episcopal
missions, 841; searching the scriptures, 895;
church and the liberal ministry, 1037, 1073.
Equitable Assurance Society; Report of state
superintendent of insurance on, 120; prose-
cution of directors of, 188; Armstrong Com-
mitte on, 839.

Europe; General political situation in,
the Kaiser and, 188.
Evangelistical Campaign in New York; Prog-
ress and report of, 244, 752.

Exeter Cathedral, bells of, 385.

Fallows, Bp., on the unit of society, 450.
Farley, Archbishop, on American society, 10.
Federation of churches in New York, 751.
Federation, Inter-Church conference on; plans
for, 275, 521; officers of, 792; reports of,
842, 896; comment on, 894; a Methodist
view of, 949; R. C. "Pilot" on, 999.

Fond du Lac, opening of the convent of the

Sisters of the Holy Nativity at, 421.

Football; at Manlius, 696; reform of, 947;
Pres. Butler on, 998.

France; debate on separation bill, 9;

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Gore, Bp.; attitude of, toward divorce, 450; on

a diocesan working parliament,

coolie labor in South Africa, 1038.

Government printing, 412, 612.

Graft in the Churches, 752.

Greer, Bp. D. H., convention address of, 524.

Gregorian chant, congress for, 189.

Hadley, Arthur T., baccalaureate sermon of, 57.

Halifax, Lord, address of, at meeting of E. C.

U., 91, 156.

Hall of Fame, The, 614.

Harvard, John, memorial to, 245.

Harvard University, religious reform at, 999.

Hay, John, death of, 56.

Henson, Canon H., on lawlessness, 656.

Hobart College; commencement at, 10; growth

at, 521.

Holmes, E. S., dismissal of, from Agricultural

Department, 88.

Holy Communion, Church of the, summer work

at, 58.

Hook, Cecil, consecration of, as Bp., 795.

Hooker, Warren B., escape of, 152.

Hummel, Abraham, conviction of, 1070.

Hungary, crisis in, 520, 573, 613, 655, 838.

Huntington, W. R., on the Chew resolutions,


Hyslop, Dr. Theodore B., on the therapeutic

value of prayer, 450.

Immigration; statistics of, 188; Bishop Potter

on, 273; the church and, 1072.

India; resignation of Lord Curzon, 341; the

Afghan frontier, 520; effect of Japanese

victory, 616.

Indians, North American; convocation of, in

South Dakota, 418; Mohawk çonferences re-

garding, 483, 653, 696.

Inge, W. R., on sin and modern thought, 699.

Ingraham, Bp., A. F, W.; visitation charge of,

698, 699; on the birth rate, 795; on prayer

for the sick, 950; sermon of, at Oxford, 951;
on missions, 1073.
Insurance; federal supervision of, 309; Mis-
souri and, 572; the pulpit, press, and, 574.
Insurance Investigation; revelations of Arm-
strong committee, 448, 480, 519, 572, 612,
653, 695, 790, 839, 892; message from com-
mittee to policy holders, 946; testimony as
to syndicates, 997; Mr. Ryan and Mr. Har-
riman, 1034; testimony of Mr. Hendricks,

Interchurch conference on Federation; see Fed-


International Lectureships, 789, 947.

Isle of Pines, question of annexation of, 946.

Italy, earthquake in, 413.

Japan; pulpit and pew in, 9; Buddhism and

Christianity in, 57, 276, 342; Christian

rationalism in, 254; Buddhism in, 274; war

time relief in, 380; alliance of, with Eng-

land, 412, 519; task of, after peace, 573;

welcome of, to British fleet, 614; Bp. Audry

on character of people of, 614; Christianity

in, 634; Lord Rosebery on, 655; naval re-

view in, 696; and opium, 696; and Korea,

696, 838; independence of churches in, 950;

religious conditions in Tokyo, 950.

Jayne, Bp., letter of, on vestments and com-

ment, 522, 523.

Jews, 250th anniversary of, in America, 946.

Johnson, F. F.; election of, 190, 240; consecra-

Johnson, W. E., to Low Churchmen, 482.

Joscelyne, A. E., election of, as Bp. Coadjutor,

277; consecration of, 699.

Kenyon College, commencement at, 89.

King Hall, proposed abandonment of work at,


Knox, Edm. A., mission of, at Blackpool, 344,

Korea; reorganization of, 696; new U. S. min-
ister to, 597.

Kitchener, Lord, military independence of, in

India, 9.

Labor; the anthracite miners, 189; service for
the unemployed at St. Paul's, 1038.
Languages spoken in New York, 755.

Lathbury, D. C., on the church in parliament,
"Layman," The, beginning of issue of, 1073.
Leeke, J. C., consecration of, as Bp., 795.
Lepers, colony at Molokai, 122.

Lloyd, Dr. A. S., election of, as Bishop coadju-
tor, 792; declination of, 998.

Lloyd, F. E. J., election of, as Bishop coadju-

tor, 9, 121, 190.

Loomis, Francis B., and Mr. Bowen, 8, 518.
Louis of Battenburg, Prince, in New York, 789.
MacCarthy, W., consecration of, 699.

McCormick, J. N., election of, as bp. coadjutor,


McVickar, Bp., W. N., and Bp. Harkins, 791.

Macedonia, question of, 838, 892.

Macrorie, Bp. Wm. K., death of, 616.

Mail Franking abuses, 273.

Matthews, Paul, and bp. coadjutorship of Mil-
waukee, 574.

Methodism; in England, 245, 450, 451, 484;

in U. S., 275, 450, 449, 752, 1037.

Michigan, Bp. Coadjutor for, 414; (Western)

coadjutor for, 574; special convention of

diocese of, 1039.

Milwaukee, a bp. coadjutor for, 381.
Milyoukov, Prof., arrest of, 341.
Missionary Conferences; at Atlanta, 121; of
3rd department, 762; of 4th department,
795; of 6th department, 700; of 8th de-
partment, 899; of Laymen's Forward Move-
ment, 575, 750; of Conn. Valley Students,
Missions: Alaska, 274, 312, 482, 1034.
China; hospitals, 91; student volunteers,

122; work at Soo chow, 154; work at

Wulu, 191; Bp. Graves' tour, 254; work

at Hankow, 527; Seventy years in China,

578; century conference, 615; murder

of missionaries, 750, 794, 841, 894; con-

ference at Pekin, 841; Christian en-

deavorers at Ningpo, 894; outlook for

missions, 894;_number of baptisms in

inland, 951; Fungchow mission, 998;

conference of laymen at Shanghai, 998;

indemnity for murder of missionaries,

998; massacre at Lienchau and the R.

Catholics, 1036.

East Africa (British), 699.

England; conference of united boards of,

91; work of C. M. S., 277, 313, 382,

484; bishops as missioners, 382; pioneer

work, 700; S. P. G. discusses Japanese

Episcopate, 753; intercession for, in dio-

cese of Winchester, 1000.

Honolulu, 794.

Indians, convocation in South Dakota, 418.
Japan; Y. M. C. A. work among soldiers,

59; Mikado's gifts to missions, 154; Eu-
ropean and oriental conscience, 154;
synod of Nippom Sei Kokwai, 191; work
for soldiers, 191, 895; Presbyterian in-
dependence in Japan, 276; bread on the
waters, 342; missionary address to
Baron Komura, 483; damage to St.
John's, Tokyo, 575; St. Paul's College,
Tokyo, 1072.

Philippines, 90, 576.

Porto Rico, 154.

Soudan, 123.

Turkey (medical), 956.

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Munil ownership, Charles Russel on, abroad,.
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Naval affairs; German and American Naval!
policies, 997; Anglo-Japanese plans, 997.
Naval confirmation, 10.
Navy Department; Bennington affair, 152, 340,
380; frigate "Constitution," 482; discipline.
at Annapolis, 789.

Negroes; churches of, 382; work for, in N. Y.,.
655; meeting of business league of, 310.
North, Dr. F. M., on Federation, 521.
Northfield conferences, 243, 342.
Norway; independence of, 310, 448, 520; re--
ligious movements in, 574; new king of, 654.
Nuttall, Archbishop, on liturgical vestments,
Northwest Passage, discovery of, by Captain.
Amundsen, 997.

Old Catholic Slavs, organization of, 575.
Opium, report of committee on, 654, 696.
Oxford University; Encaenia, 194; commence-
ment sermon, 196; lectures for clergy, 192.
Pacific Churchman, The, on the honesty of
clergymen, 893.

Pan-Anglican conference of 1908, 656, 752.
Panama Canal; resignation of Mr. Wallace, 56;
Mr. Shont's report, 309; Panama and Costa
Rica, 481; sanitation report, 573; sea level
canal, 838; sanitation at, 954; congress and,.

Parker, E. M., sketch of life of, 893.
Parliament, British; church legislation in, 192,
313, 483; Mr. Balfour and, 892.
Pennsylvania, banking scandals in, 654.
Percival, Bp., on the ritual, 895.
Philadelphia, fight for municipal reform in, 189,.
749, 788.


Fhilamore, Sir Walter, on church problems, 277.

Philippines; our educational mission in, 242;

Red Cross in, 576; congress and, 612; pur-

chase of friars' land in, 612; Rome and,

698; conditions in, 748; Mr. Brownell on

America in, 997.

Physicians, opportunities of, for Christian ser-

vice, 949.

Pius, Pope, on R. C. Church in America, 999.

Polish R. C. Question, Mgr. Symon on, 381.

Political Independence Dinner, speeches at, 946.

Popular Preachers, "The guardian" оп, 753.

Population, increase of, 523.

Porto Rico, America in, 656.

Portsmouth, N. H., Thanksgiving service at,

Potter, Bp. H. C.; on immigration, 273; on
"What God Hath (not) joined," 655.
Prayer, Dr. T. B. Hyslop on, 450.
Prayer Book, English, Transfiguration in the,

Presbyterians; missionary policies of, 91; pro-

posed book of common prayer, 383.

Public Baths, maladministration of, 998.

Radium, Mr. Burke's experiments with, 245.

Railroad passes, abolishment of, by Penn. R. R.,

Railroad rates and rebates; Atcheson case, 8;

Beef rebate conspiracy, 480; Prof. Ripley

on, 572; Mr. Spencer on, 612; Pres. Roose-

velt's policy regarding, 653; Senator Knox

on, 749; prospects of legislation regarding,

892; new bill of Interstate Commerce Com-

mission, 946.

Raines' Law Hotels, fight against, 56, 613.

Rainsford, Dr. W. S., a letter from, 792.

Reciprocity convention at Chicago, 340.

Religious teaching in Public Schools; Jewish

attitude towards, 91; in England, 92, 795,
951, 1000; R. C. "Pilot" on, 998.


Revised version,_10.

Revivals; at St. Paul, 698; at Minneapolis, 793;
in Elizabeth, N. J., 948, 999.

Richfield Springs conferences; woman's, 192,

243, 275, 312; Sunday school, 342; close

of, 381.

Riverside Bible Conference, 275.

Ritual; unrest concerning, in England, 122,

227; question of vestments, 155, 192, 522,

523, 576, 616, 699, 841; value of cere-

monials, 484; Bishop Jayne on vestments,

522; Archbishop Nuttall on vestments, 794;

Bp. Percival on ritual, 895; reform of the

prayer book, 950; English "Churchman" Ed.

on, 1001.

Robbins, W. L., address of, at church club, 697.
Robert College, work of, 1072.

Rockefeller, John D.; gifts of, to smaller col-
leges, 57; and the Methodists, 449.
Roman Catholic Church: Austria, "Away from
Rome" movement, 311.

England, Parochial schools, 484.

France; and protectorate in the East, 153;
clericalism of, 413.

Italy; Papacy and politics, 57, 89; Dr.
Briggs on Roman reform, 90; Rospigli-
osi case, 91; Church and State, 481;
sports at the Vatican, 574.

U. S.; and education, 121; N. Y. "Review,"

122; and question of burial, 244; mis-

sionary methods of, 244; music of, 450;

and the Protestants, 791; Pope Pius on,

999; lay trustees for, 1036.

Roosevelt, President; sermon of, at Oyster Bay,

243; on labor unions and the Monroe Doc-

trine, 272; and Public Printer Palmer, 412;

Dean Lefroy on, 451; Lucien Millevoie on,

479; southern tour of, 652; railway policy

of, 653; and civil service rules, 653; in

Alabama, 694; at Little Rock, 694; at New

Orieans, 695; Thanksgiving proclamation of,

853; message of, to congress, 952.

Root, Elihu, appointment of, as Sec'y of State,


Rospigliosi Case, The, 91.

Russia; massacre at Lodz, 8; removal of Alexis
and Alexieff, 8; naval mutinies, 56, 88; in-
ternal situation, 89, 120; national assembly,
240, 309; arrest of Prof. Milyoukov, 341;
church and revolution, 381; disorders in
Caucasus, 412, 448; czar and the Hague
conference, 480; zemstvo congress, 520; re-
newed strikes and disorders, 654; constitu-
tion, 695; reactionaries and reform, 749;
church and Jews, 749; resignation of
Pobiedonostieff, 749; massacre of Jews, 789;
prospects of reform, 789; American church-
men and Russian Jews, 790; correspondence
between English and Russian church, 794,
841; political anarchy, 838; Poland and
Finland, 838; Witte and the Zemstvo, 892;
anarchy in, 947; financial situation, 996;
peasant disorders in, 1035; strikes and mu-
tiny, 1071.

Russian church in America; Archbishop Tikhon
in N. Y., 576; Bp. Tuttle to Archbishop
Tikhon, 750; church and Jews, 749; ordina-
tion of Dr. I. N. W. Irvine, 750.
Russian Fine Art Exhibition in N. Y., 614.
Russo-Japanese War; situation in Manchuria,
8; peace plenipotentiaries chosen, 56, 120;
Japanese occupy Sakhalin, 88, 240; peace
negotiations, 88, 153, 188, 240, 272, 308;
hidden causes of war, 272; conclusion of
peace, 340, 380, 424; naval results of war,
341; Japanese protest against peace, 412,
448; naval armistice, 481; economic re-
sults of war, 481; triumph of Japanese sur-
gery, 481; ratification of peace treaty, 573,
654; Japanese losses in war, 614; Melville
Stone on peace, 654.

Sacon, Y. S., And the Japanese Bible, 59.

Sacred Literature, Institute of, at Chicago, 154,


St. George's Church, N. Y., year book of, 792.
St. Paul's School, Lawrenceville, 58, 243.
St. Thomas's, N. Y., 282, 313.
Sanday, Dr., on the Fourth Gospel, 950.
Sanford, Dr. E. B., appreciation for work of,

Saranac Lake, work for sick at, 949.
Sault Ste. Marie, jubilee of, 242.

Schiff, Jacob, speech of, at accountants' ban-
quet, 653.

Scottish Churches' Bill, 156, 193.
Sea Breeze Hospital, 225.

Senatorial election by popular vote in Virginia,

Sermons, value of old fashioned, 343.

Sessums, Bp. D., and the Yellow fever, 274, 387.

Sewanee, settlement work at, 949.

Shaw, Dr. J. B., on ethical revival, 449.

Shaw, L. M.; on the tariff, 273; resignation of,

518; report of, 996.

Simmons, J. E.; speech of, at Maryland Bank-
ers' Convention, 572.

Smith, L. F. M. B., designation of as suffragan,

Society for the Increase of the Ministry, 1036.
South America, religious outlook in, 615.
Southern Virginia, Special council of diocese,

Southwark; dedication of cathedral of, 155;
restoration of Saint Saviour's, 577,
Spelling Reform, 190.
Spokane, a business proposition from, 311.
Sunday Schools; As an evangelizing force, 381;
intercession for, 482; discipline in, 482;
conference on, 579; joint commission on in
instruction in, 667; courses for teachers of,
697; conference at Richfield Springs, 342.
Sunday Lectures, suggestion for, 577.
Sunday Observance; in England, 122; and
Christian Burial, 244; in the U. S., 275;
law for closing of theatres, 1035.
"Stand up for Jesus," story of hymn, 312.
State Insurance Commissioners, Report of, 525.
Stone, Melville, on the Peace of Portsmouth,

Stryker, Dr., on superfluous churches, 615.
Stuck, Rev. H., work of, in Alaska, 311, 312.
Taft, W. H.; on our Philippine policies, 276;
on Manila, 309; on Japanese riots, 448;
annual report of, 996.

Takahira, Togoro, farewell dinner to, 947.

Talbot, Bp. E. S.; and non-conformists, 414;

synodal address of, 1073.

Tariff; and homes, 189; Mr. Shaw on, 273;

discussion of, in reciprocity convention, 340;

Massachusetts for reform of, 573.

Telephone Co. of New York, report on opera-

tion of, 342.

Temperance probation, in St. Louis, 948.
Temple, Archbishop, memorial to, 276.
Theology, rights and limits of, 753.
Thomas, A. N., election of, as bishop of Ade-
laide, 1000.

Tintern Abbey, preservation of, 700.

Toy, Professor, on the moral force of the church,

Trade and Commerce, unparalleled foreign com-

merce, 188.

Treasury Deficit, 241.

Trinity College; commencement at, 61; opening
of fall term at, 575.

Turkey; attack on the Sultan, 153; and the

Powers, 1035.

Tuskegee, annual report of, 750.

Union Theological Seminary, extension courses,

Universal Suffrage, in eastern Europe, 947.

University of New York, Hall of Fame at, 614.

Utah; work of church in, 948; leaflet on work

in, 1072.

Van Buren, Bp. J. H., on America in Porto

Rico, 656.

Venezuela; Loomis-Bowen incident, 8, 518;

Venezuelan finance and Mr. Calhoun's mis-

sion, 120; asphalt decision, 273; asphalt

and revolution, 654.

Virgin Birth, The "Liberal Churchman" on, 60.

Voters Civic League of Pittsburg, letter of, to

ministers and teachers, 948.

Washington, Booker T., on business altruism,

Washington Cathedral, site paid for, 893; plans

for, 948.

Webb, W. W., election of, as bishop coadjutor,
893, 948.

Welsh Disestablishment, 951.

Welsh Revival, decline of, 123.

White, William Allen, on Golden Rule, 573.

Whitehead, Bp. Cortlandt, Sermon of, at Bishop

Paret's anniversary, 89.

Williams, C. D., election of as bishop, 939, 998;

on the legalized conscience, 999.

Williams, Sir George, death of, 794.

Witte, Count, appointment of, as peace com-

missioner, 120.

Woman's Auxiliary, report to Board of Missions,


Worcester (England), Musical Festival, 523,


Wordsworth, Bishop, and the dissenters, 895.

Yale University; Pres. Hadley's baccalaureate

sermon at, 57; laymen in corporation of,

191; chair for missions at, 949.

Yellow Fever at New Orleans, 189, 241, 273,

274, 387, 520.

Y. M. C. A.; convention of railroad organiza-

tions of, 575; week of prayer of, 697; death

of founder of, 794.

Zionists, council of, at Basel, 189.


Addison, D. D., A correction, 849.
Anstice, H., Constitution and canons, 660; Why
create another clergy fund, 849.
Atkins, J. N., Missionary information wanted,

Atkinson, R., "Sacerdotal functions," 801.
Averill, E. W., E. P. Wheeler's defence of N.
Y. Convention, 660.

Bailey, A. Q., Answer to "unity and peace," 425.

Bailey, M. K., Federation of Church Clubs, 660.

Baker, L. C., Our Christianity being weighed in

the balance, 1075.

Batten, L. W.; High finance in N. Y. convention,
594; Education of a Deaconess, 970.

Battle, Kemp P., Printing of responses

prayer book, 426.

which? 658; Misdirected appeals, 799.

Coupland, R. S., The moral value of Hell, 320.

Crapsey, A. S., reply to Dr. Parks, 957.

Davidson, Hunter, Spiritual Solidarity, 633.

Doane, W. C., Diocesan Conventions and Morals,


Dumbell, G. W., Liturgical Use of the Lord's

Prayer, 489; Surrender of our Apostolical

and Historical Ministry for Unity, 594;

Mumbling, a great injustice, 659; Answer

to Dr. Hutcheson, 705.

Emmon, W. E., Ascension services, 18.

Evarts, P., Letters of introduction to College

men, 489.

Fond du Lac, C. C., concerning Resurrection,


Gailor, F. F., Rev. F. Meyrick's "Memories,"


Gammack, J., Are the clergy obliged to read

mistranslations in Scripture? 1008.

Gardiner, R. H.; Brotherhood of St. Andrew

in the Colleges, 248; Notice to College

Churchman, 388.

Grafton, Bp. C. C., A question from the Bp.

of Fond du Lac, 387.

Hare, Bp. W. H.; correcting a mistake, 425;

Church and the abuse of trusts, 1005.

Hart, S., Answer to K. P. Battle, 426.

Higgs, Wm., Condition of older criticism, 703.

Holloway, E. S., Mumbling the Liturgy, 633.

Hoskins, L., Mumbling; a great injustice, 659.

Hughes, W. M., The Chew Resolutions, 971.

Humphries, Revision of the Lectionary, 543.
Hutcheson, J. T.; A view of Hell, 425; Sur-

render of Apostolical and Historical Min-
istry for Unity, 489; Strictures of Rev. Geo.
W. Dumbell, 659; Disloyalty, 801.
Jackson, W. F. B., Use of the Voice, 248.
Johnston, Bp. J. S., on Church Unity, 449, 755.
Joyner, Edm. N., Mission work for South Caro-
lina negroes, 65.

Kleiser, Grenville, Good Reading, 455.

Kreitler, R. P., Thank-offering at Richmond,


Litchfield, E. D., Mumbling the Liturgy, 425.

Lloyd, A. S., Annual Meeting of the American

Church Missionary Society, 619.

Low, A. A., Sunday Observance, 1008.

McClure, A. J. P.; A plan for Mt. St. Albans,

634; Te Deum Laudamus, 705; Fulfilment

of canon and legislation is not "Creating

another Society," 970.

McKim, R. H.; Stones for the Washington

Cathedral, 530; Concerning Higher Criti-

cism, 587; Reply to critics, 799; Reply to

Dr. Peters, 1006; Are the great critics in the

opposing camps in virtual agreement, 1076.

McKnight, G. H.; Good Reading, 388; Union-

organic and vital, 763.

McNulty, H. A., A correction, 1040.

Michael, O. S., Graf Wellhausen

righteousness, 1007.

Peirce, W. F., Statement from Kenyon College,

Perkins, J. N., Information wanted, 286.
Peters, J. P., "Higher Criticism and Graf Well-
hausenism," 704; Replies to Dr. McKim,
914, 1077.

Phelps, C. E.; The Real Presence, 763; A cor-
rection, 806.

Reed, P. W., Second Hand church Furniture,


Roberts, D. C., Joint Thanksgiving Service, 489.

Robertson, W. A., Ascension again, 18.

Russel, E. H., Mumbling the Liturgy of the

Holy Eucharist, 543.

Russel, F. T., Elocution and Expression, 94.

Sanford, D. L., Teaching the Catechism, 660.

Satterlee, Bp. H. Y., Washington Cathedral

Book of Remembrance, 316.

Saville, H. M., A comment on discussion of

Unity, 619.

Schwab, L. H., Revision of the Lectionary, 543.
Scott, C. H., Truth the way to Unity, 619.
Shinn, G. W., Better Reading: Better Preach-
ing, 157; A few words more about Read-
ing and Preaching, 317.

Smith, G. W.; King Hall, 18; Church and the

Negro, 224.

Smith, W. W., A correction, 489.

Steel, W. W., Information wanted, 806.

Stoddard, E. V., "Municipal charity by Proxy,"


Suter, J. W., Bible in church, 452.

Van Allen, W. H., Grieved but not surprised,


Van Buren, Bp. J. H., Grateful appreciation,


Waterman, T. A., Authority and unity, 849.

Waring, Felix, Roman Catholic Church and

modern scholarship, 285.

Webbe, W. N., Church's methods should be

changed, 1007.

Wheeler, E. J., A hopeful sign, 345.

Wheeler, E. P., A defense of the N. Y. Con-

vention, 594; our social sins, 1040.

Whitehead, Bp. C., Intermarriage with Roman

Catholics, 18.


Whitney, H. B., Liturgical use of Lord's

Prayer, 94.

Wholton, Geo., A Protestant's view, 806.
Williams, John; As to Heresy Trials, 387; The
Faith, and theories of the Faith, 453.
Wilmer, C. B., Federation and Unitarians, 705.
Wood, J. W., Nurses needed for Alaska mis-
sion, 125; Laymen needed in Shanghai, 581;
Cable from Shanghai, 914.

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Liverpool Cathedral, some remarks on the De-
sign of, Basil Champneys, 62.

Lord's Day, The, Bishop Potter, 486.

Missionary Conference at Dallas, Dr. Lloyd's

impression of, 900.

Missionary conferences at Nashville and At-
lanta, Dr. Lloyd's impressions of, 797.
Missions and National Evolution, James S.
Dennis, 451.

Natural and the Spiritual Body, The, J. H.

Johnson, 667.

New Orleans, the centennial of Christ church

in, 668.

Nippur "Library," The, B. W. Wells, 193.

Opium in the Philippines, Major E. C. Carter,


Oxford commencement Sermon, Scott Holland,

Philippines; A glimpse of the Benquet Road,
Bp. Brent, 582.

Pitmen's Bishop, The, Jean Roberts, 162.

Presbyterian Book of Common Prayer, the pro-

posed, 383.

Priesthood of the People, The, E. B. Brewster,


Priest to the Temple, A., Bp. J. B. Cheshire,

Prison Correspondence School, A., E. S. Far-
rington, 219.

Prospects of Roman Catholic Reform, Felix
Waring, 314.

Public Spirit, Gifford Pinchot, 953.

Pursuit of Happiness, The, Dean Hodges, 805,
968, 1012.

Race Problem, The Pacific Coast equation of
the, W. F. Nichols, 246.

Roman Catholic Church and Modern Scholar-
ship, The, Felix Waring, 60.
Rosegger's I. N. R. I., Felix Waring, 537.
Ruined Abbeys of Great Britain, R. A. Cram:
Gisburgh and Bolton, 21; Jedburgh and
Keko, 201; Rievaulx and Byland, 342;
Melrose and Dryburgh, 531; Kirkstall, 709.
St. Thomas' Church, N. Y., A Short History
of, H. B. Upjohn, 282.

Seminary and the Modern Life, Dean Hodges

ou, 898.

Sewanee, Dr. Wm. P. Du Bose, 799.

Social Relationships, Bp. B. F. Westcott, 164.
Still Small Voice of the Scriptures, The, W.
Sanday, 614.

Study of Man and of Nature, The, Sir Oliver

Lodge, 316.

Three Standards of Honesty, 525.

Unto us a child is born, Bp. E. S. Talbot, 1049.

West, The call of the, Pacific Churchman, 797.

Westcott, B. F., See Pitmen's Bishop, 162.

Word to Mothers, A, Bp. Johnston, 386.

Yellow Fever, Fight with, in New Orleans, Bp.

Sessums, 387.


Answer to Prayer, An, 173.

How the Missionary Board went a-wooing,

Florence Converse, 75.

"Leroux," Serial story by Mrs. Forbes, 259,
293, 328, 365, 399, 434, 464, 506, 559, 599,
637, 676, 731, 773.

Pastor Cauche's Vineyard, Edouard Rod, 873,


Poems: The bride of Christ, H. M. Kimball,

November Violet, The, C. F. Saunders, 717.
The Still Small Voice, Alice Crary, 357.
Saturday, Edith Rickert, 107.

Uncle Phil, R. Williamson, 821.

"Wild Wheat," Serial story by M. E. Francis
(conclusion), 40.

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Because their pocketbooks are hurt, they would drive the people back to the old coffee slavery.

One coffee prevaricator says: "It (Postum) has lately been exposed and found to contain an excess of very ordinary coffee."

Another that "it (Postum) is made from a small amount of parched peas, beans, wheat, dried sweet potatoes, and paste of wheat middlings."

Here's to you, oh, faithful followers of the tribe of Ananias.

$100,000.00 CASH will be deposited with any reputable trust company (or a less amount if desired) against a like amount by any coffee roaster or dealer. If the charges prove true, we lose; if not, we take the money as partial liquidation for the infamous insult to our business.

The Postum Pure Food factories are the largest in the world, the business having been built upon absolutely pure food products, made on scientific lines, "for a reason" and the plain unvarn

ished truth told every day and all the time. These factories are visited by thousands of people every month. They are shown into every cranny and examine every ingredient and process. Each visitor sees Postum made of different parts of the wheat berry treated by different mechanical methods, and one part blended with a small part of pure New Orleans molasses. So he knows Postum contains not one thing in the world, but Wheat and New Orleans molasses. It took more than a year of experimenting to perfect the processes and learn how to develop the diastase and properly treat the other elements in the wheat to produce the coffee-like flavor that makes suspicious people "wonder.' But there never has been one grain of old-fashioned or drug coffee in Postum and never will be.

Another thing, we have on file in our general offices the original of every testimonial letter we have ever published. We submit that our attitude regarding coffee is now and always has been absolutely fair. If one wants a stimulant and can digest coffee and it does not set up any sort of physical ailment, drink it. But, if coffee overtaxes and weakens the heart (and it does with some).

Or if it sets up disease of the stomach and bowels (and it does with some).

Or if it causes weak eyes (and it does with some).

Or if it causes nervous prostration (and it does with many).

Then good, plain, old-fashioned common sense might (without asking permission of coffee merchants) suggest to

quit putting caffeine (the drug of coffee) into a highly organized human body, for health is really wealth and the happiest sort of wealth.


Then, if one's own best interest urges him to study into the and "There's a reason," he will unearth

great big facts that all of the sophistries of the coffee importers and roasters cannot refute. Take time to read the following from the famous Dr. B. F. Underwood in The American Physician:

coffee one morning that was fully up to her ideal, and which, although I noticed that it possessed nearly the strength of Samson, I drank without consideration.

I had been feeling rather better than usual for a day or two, but soon after breakfast I was attacked with such peculiar sensations that I was unable to go a colleague for treatment. Singularly enough, although I had the feeling that I was under the influence of some drug, it was not until some time afterward that I realized that I had been poisoned by the coffee. Under strong tonic treatment I grew better for a time, but in

out, and was obliged to call upon

Coffee as a Factor in the Production of December, 1903, I began to grow worse Gastric and Cardiac Disorders.


The pathogenetic properties of coffee have received but scant attention from medical authors, although it is not doubtful, I think, that, more than any other single substance, coffee is responsible for the great prevalence of nervous, gastric, and cardiac diseases at the present time, and that the great increase in sudden deaths from heart affection in recent years may be justly set down to the use or abuse of coffee as a beverage.

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Shoemaker, in his "Materia Medica,' treating upon coffee, says: "Used in excess it disorders digestion and causes functional disturbance of the nervous system, shown by headache, vertigo, mental confusion and palpitation of the heart. It increases secretion, blunts sensation, exalts reflex excitability, increases mental activity, and may produce insomnia and great nervous restlessness, ," and this is as much as any medical author has to say upon the subject.

In my case it may be merely the zeal of the recent convert which inspires me, but I feel strongly from both my personal and professional experience that there is so much more that could and should be said about the deleterious effects of coffee and its potency as a factor This has in the production of disease. been so strongly impressed upon me the past winter, that I am impelled to make a contribution to the subject, by reporting a few cases in which coffee was so manifestly causing or continuing the disease that it could not be ignored.

Case I. In the latter part of Decem

ber, 1903, I had under treatment an old lady, seventy-four years, who was convalescing from an attack of pneumonia. She had responded favorably to the treatment and was doing nicely except for a peculiar rise and fall of the temperature and an irregular action of the heart. She had been troubled more or less with weakness of the heart, and at this time its action was giving me a good deal of concern, its beat being irregular and feeble, and at times much more so than others. A study of conditions and causes threw no light on the case until I found that the irregularity was more marked on the mornings when she had coffee, which she did not have every morning. As I could not discover any other cause I advised that she should not take the coffee. After some demur on the part of the patient, she acceded and Postum Cereal was substituted for the coffee. A favorable effect was almost immediately apparent; the irregular action gave place to a steady, regular beat, the pulse became fuller and stronger, the temperature became normal and the case went on to uninterrupted recovery.

Case II. The result in case one set me thinking. For some years I had been troubled with nervous dyspepsia, with cardiac irritability, and at times, great irregularity in the action of the heart, intermittent beat of the pulse and much nervous depression, all of which, in spite of treatment, was steadily getting worse. I had had light enough thrown on the cause, if I had not been so blinded by prejudice that I could not see. As, for instance, on one occasion, when the cook, who did not believe that coffee was any good unless it rivalled in color her ebony face, gave me a cup of

again, and treatment failing to effect any improvement, it began to look as if I was in danger of a complete breakdown.

The colleague who was treating me was suspicious of kidney disease, but an urinary analysis cleared up that point, It was at this but I did not improve. time, as I have said, the result in case No. 1 set me thinking, and I found from a study of the modalities, that I was worse and more depressed after taking coffee, and it finally penetrated into my inner consciousness that possibly coffee was the cause of my condition. I took my own prescription and gave up coffee, with the result of an almost immediate change for the better. The depression cardiac disturbance disappeared, the ceased, and the dyspeptic symptoms lessened and a steady improvement set in.

Case III. About the same time I had under treatment a young lady suffering from chronic .nephritis, who presented an almost endless variety of symptoms, which would yield to treatment for a time, only to return in an aggravated form. Among the more persistent and annoying of these was a gastric irritability with an absolute refusal of the stomach to digest or absorb any food, progressive emaciation with great weakness, and a constant sensation of hunger with nausea and frequent spells of vomiting, when the food taken would be returned unchanged; palpitation of the heart, ædema, hectic fever, colliquative sweats, etc. Under treatment and a most rigid diet the mitigation of the symptoms was very slight.

I had advised her that coffee was in

jurious and should be given up, but it

was not until her condition was almost hopeless that she could be induced to follow my advice and refrain from coffee. The beneficial effect of this was apparent at once; the stomach began to recover its tone, and the irritability ceased, the vomiting stopped, and the food taken was digested and absorbed; the sensation of continual hunger disappeared, the emaciation lessened, and her strength slowly returned. course, the disease has not been cured, but a cure which seemed hopeless before has been made possible.


As a result of these experiences, to which more could be added, in all cases of intractable nervous or gastric diseases, I have come to regard coffee as an incitant, and an important, if not the chief, factor in the production of the disease, and to insist upon its discontinuance as a part of the treatment, and, I may add, with uniformly good effect. I have found also that, although the giving up of coffee has been in many cases done only under protest and with great reluctance, it has been attended with but little difficulty when a palatable and satisfactory substitute was provided. In my own case and in that of the others described, I used the Postum Cereal and found it entirely satisfactory. Even the most inveterate coffee drinkers after a short use of the Postum seem to lose all desire for coffee and to be perfectly satisfied with the Cereal.





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