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Holland's Danger...

Hospitals, British, Attacked by German Air-

planes

213

Huns, Holding Back the.
Indian's Mettle, The..

571
Italian Front, New Attack by Austria on the. 332
Italian Victory in Albania, The.

472

Italy's Victory --and Ours...

Justicia, The Sinking of the.

Man Power....

Marines, American, Honored in France.

Marne, The Two Battles of the..

573

Moldavia, Torpedving of the.

212

Murman Coast in Russia Occupied by Allied

Troops.....

472

Picardy and Flanders, The Situation in.
Russia, American Forces in..

472, 574, 641
Self-Discipline. A Time for.

011
Siberia, The Allies' Army in

511
Subinarines, German, on the American Coast.

213, 332, 506, 611, 615
Week of Waiting, A.

180
Western Front, On the..

53, 438
Zeebrugge, British Naval Raid on..
War, The : What Next?.....
Wheat and Cotton Prices...

617
Wheat and Flour Situation, The.

219
Wheat, Go Without, if You Can.
Wilson. President :
Address at Mount Vernon..

416
Congress, Address to, on Taxation.

211

Mexican Editors and....

New Power Given to, by Congress.

173

On the Red Cross and the War..

177
Wilson, Woodrow, and Charles E. Hughes on Post-

age and National Unity
Wisconsin's Record in the War.

377
Wise, Rabbi, as a Laborer...

614
Women's War Work : The Government View.

544
Womeu War Workers, Training for
Women Workers, Protecting.

143
Wood, General Leonard..

213, 2+1

York, The Archbishop of, and Prayer for une Ger-

mans...

99

Youth. Transfigured.,

511

CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES. --Continued.

PAGE

Getting Together. L. R. Freeman :

How the Officers of the British and American

Ships in European Waters Are Making Acquaint-

451

What the British Bluejacket Thinks of the Ameri-

can.

504

Girl, American, Facts and Counsels for the.

Winifred Buck 16

Cod and You...

Charles Stelzle 467

Government, The, as Railway Manager. T. H. Price 551
Gun, The, as a Weapon of Education. . Edward Cave 270
Hats.

Dorothy Canfield 639
Healing Streams..

.J. H. Odell 206

Heart's Allegiance..

...G. C. Speranza 105

Helpless, Not to Be.

.L. E. Theiss 40
Her First Flight : An Airplane Story.

L. La T. Driggs 588
History, Current, Weekly Outline Study of...J. M.
Gathany 28, 76, 110, 151, 138, 239, 280, 320, 351, 394,

421, 162, 494, 530, 500, 59, 631, 666
Hostess House, Saying Good-By at a..... A Hostess 191
Housing Problem, The....

157
How They Went Away.

W. E. Brooks 101
Huruan Nature in Politics : Al Smith and the Hu-

man Side of Tamiany.. ...F. M. Davenport 522
Hymn, American Consecration.

Perey MacKaye and Francis Macmillen 03

Hyphenate. What One Thinks. ..... Emerson Hough 627

Illinois Centennial, The, and Pageants...R. L. Hartt

Iminortality and a Personal God.

An American Soldier 147

Indians, Patriotic..,

..Keene Abbott 120

Inferno, The Lips of the..

...J. H. Odell 583
Irish Barrier, Can it be Removed ?. Charles Johnston
Italian Spirit, The...

.G. C. Speranza 105

I. W. W., The, on Trial..

..L. H. 418

Japan and Bolshevism.

..Gregory Mason 239

Japan, Germany, Russia, and the Allies.

Gregory Mason 18

Knoll Papers. Lyman Abbott :

Hampton Revisitel....

114

Triumphing Christianity

26

Vicarious Enjoyment.

029
Knyvett, Captain Hugh... Theodore Roosevelt 197
League to Enforce Peace, The Convention of the.... 184
Liberty Loan, Saving for the Fourth..J. L. Laughlin 669
Life Risks in the Great War........ ..F. A. Collins 367
Lion of Judah, The ......

.J. H. Odell 63
March, Peyton- A Study in Development.

W. E. Brooks 549
Marne Country, In the War-Swept

Eliza R. Scidmore 312

Marriage Announcement, A. Littell McClung 532

Mate, The Third.

Medical Officers, Making, Out of Doctors.

Ellsworth Eliot, Jr. 1.90

Mercier's (Cardinal) Farewell. ....Charlotte Kellogg 524
Mitchel, John Purroy.....

479
Motono, Viscount, A Letter froin
Mott, Men, and Millions..

J. H. Odell 520

Music a Necessary Part of the Soldier's Equipment.

W. R. Spalding 223

Music for the Soldierg....

483
New Zealander Writes about the War, A
Off-the-Street Club, The...,

R. B. Eskil 89

Pageants and the Illinois Centennial....R. L. Hartt 634

Paris, Refugees in ......

Paris, The Bombardment of ..

.C. L. W.

Peace League, The War Spirit of a.

102

CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES :
Administration, The -An Appraisal :

Personnel, Politics, and Red Tape...

Does the Administration Neela War Cabinet ?... 31

After-the-War Conditions, The Necessity for Prepar-

ing to Meet....

..0. H. Kahn 81

Agriculture, The War Work of the Department of.

Clarence Ousley 517
A-Gypsying, The Family Goes..... Mary R. Rinehart 263
Air Battl», An...

A. F. Winslow 426

Aircraft: A Record of Success and Failure.

H. J. Haskell 255

American Consecration Hymn.

Perey MacKaye and Francis Macmillen
American Soldiers in France..... Francis Rogers

60
American Troops Through an American's Eyes.

W. T. Ellis 186

America's Self-Sacrifice : A Moral Demonstration.

Harold Begbie 309

Army, The Forgotten....

.George Everson 348

Arthur McQuaid, American : From Every Storiny
Wind that Blows...

.Herinan Schneider 420

Australia Answered the Call, How...R. H. Kuyvett 225

Babe..

309

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Bagdad, To, with the British (Clark)..

36

Bird Woman (Saca jawea) (Schultz)..

280

Canada, Sunset : British Columnbia and Beyond

(Bell)...

123

Cape Cod, New and Old (Edwards)

China, Camps and Trails in (Chapman)

603

Christian Church, A History of the (Walker)

Crescent and Iron Cross (Benson).

233

Diplomacy, American, Dramatic Moments in (Page).
Education for Life (Peabody)...

507
Engineers, The Fighting (Collins)

280
English, Good (Canby and Opdycke)

322
Ethical Philosophy of Life, An (Adler)

402
Europe, Southeastern (Savic)...

598

Fiction :

Adventures of Arnold Adair, American Ace, The

(Driggs)...

160

Amazing Interlude, The (Rinehart).

160

Barbara Picks a Husband (Hagedorn)...

Book of the High Romance, The (Williams). 200

Branded (Lynde)...

32

Champion of the Foothills, A (Theiss)

34

Daddy's Bed-Time Stories (Bonner).

122

First the Blade (Dane).

280

Flying Teuton, The (Brown)

32

Foe-Farrell (* Q')..

336

His Second Wife (Poole)..

200

Khaki (Tilden).

Lonely Stronghold, The (Reynolds).

286

Promise of Air, The (Blackwood).

3.56

Rekindled Fires (Anthony)...

322

Shandygaff (Morley)..

200

Statue in the Wood, The (Pryce).

160

Unwilling Vestal, The (White)

34

Fleets, The Fighting (Paine)...

463
France, Under Four Flags for (Musgrave)

598

Front, The Real (Chute)....

76

Grow, Surgeon : An American in the Fighting Line

(Grow)..

153

Helps, Sir Arthur, Correspondence of (Helps).. 432

India and the Future (Archer)...

232
Instinct, The Wonders of (Fabre).
Irish Memories (Somerville and Ross).
Japan or Germany (Coleman)..

357
Journalism, The Profession of (Bleyer)..

201
Labour in the United States, History of (Commons,
Saposs, etc.)

160
“Ladies From Hell ” (Pinkertoc)

36
Liberty Cook Book, The (Stockbridge)

672

Little That Is Good, The (Begbie)..

462

Mackinac, Historic (Wood).

161
Martial Adventures of Henry and Me, The (White). 123
Mexico's Dileinma (Ackerman).
Miracles, Counterfeit (Warfield)

432
Northcliffe : Britain's Man of Power (Carson).. 286
Out of the Jaws of Hunland (Me Mullen and Evans).. 609
Out to Win (Dawson).
** Over There" with the Australians (Knyvett).
Paris, Old, Two Children in (Slaughter)..

201
Passing of the Great Race, The (tirant).
Pennell's, Joseph, Pictures of War Work in America 200
Periscope Pond, Over (Root and Crocker)..

232
Pory's, John. Lost Description of Plymouth (Bur-
rage)

432

Prayer in War Time (Nicoll)

463

Psychical Phenomena and the War (Carrington). 463

Reminiscences, My (Pumpelly).

232
Roots of the War, The (Davis, Anderson, Tyler). 233
Russian Deinocracy, The Birth of the (Sack).

379
Russia, Runaway (Harper)..

357
Russia, The Eclipse of (Dillon).

566
Russia's Agony (Wilton)..

379
Santo Domingo (Schoenrich).
Sea Power and Freedom (Fiennes).
Science of Power, The (Kidd)..
Shaw, Linnuel (Chase).
Small Place, The : Its Landscape Architecture (Reh-

672

184
Peter, Our Young.

C. H. Towne 253
Phantoms..

W. H. Osborne 209
Physically Competent and Morally Fit..D. A. Poling 415
Pies and Doughnuts (Salvation Army Work).

R. C. Starbard 220

Poetry :

Against the Wall..

Theresa V. Beard 13

America in Arms, To... Gabriele d'Annunzio 632
Carey's Men....

. Amelia J. Burr 69
Easter, 1918...

..John Richards 453
Declaration of Independence, The.

Theodosia Garrison 369
Desolation

Priscilla Leonard 153
Little Grimy-Fingered Girl, A... .....L. W. Dodd 257
Marching Men, A Song for. ....Theresa V. Beard 173
Mother, The....

. Percy Waxman 623

My Boy in France..

Cornelia B. Rogers 482

My Garden with Walls.

W. E. Brooks 4:0

Navy, Men of the

R. D. Bird

006

New York City Pastels.

. Alter Brody 188

Phoenician Tomb on the Coast of Africa, To a.

W. K. Rainsford 564

Prayer Before an Attack.. Woodbine Willie 532

Ruins...

....C. H. Towne 313

Shadow of Silence, The.

H. T. Pulsifer 114
Soldiers' Poems :
Folded Wings..

..A. F. Feldman 327
Let 'Im Froo...

327

Strong Young Eagles, The.. H. T. Pulsifer 383

Venice Endangered..

G. C. Speranza 595

War Tiines in the Mountains. Ann Cobb:

1-"Dulcimore Over the Fireboard”

66

II- The Cripple Woman..

GO

Postal Zone Law, The...

22

Railway Manager, The Goverument as a..T. H. Price 551
Russia, A Good Fook on (“ Surgeon Grow: An

Ainerican in the Fighting Line ''). George Kennan 153
Russia, Can We Help?..

George Kennan
Russian Revolution The : A Review George Kannan 379
Safety First and th War...

..L. E. Theiss 2:13
Sailors, Training, Farthest Inland .. Willard Connely 418
Salvation Army Work in France.....R. C. Starband 220
Ship Silhouettes...

W. L. Stiger 519
Ship, The, that Wa• Built in Twenty-Seven Days.

A. H. Beard 485
Shipyards of the Great Lakes, The.

Crawforit Vaughan 381

Shoulder Straps, How to Win and Wear Thein.

C.F. Martin 656

Skeptic, The Cor viction of a ....... Mary Dewhurst 22
Smith, Al, and the Hunan Side of Tamınıy.

F. M. Davenport 522

Ruth W. Kauffman 386
Baruch, Bernard, the Chairman of the War Indus-
tries Board..

T. H. Price 61

Reast's Head, The..

....C.L. W. 102

Bidding Gol-Speed to the Men in Khaki. A. E. Isaac 189

Billy Crowther Enlists.

E E. Ferris 313

Biography, The Art of.

Esther Matson 30

Bit, Your or Your Best ?.

W. J. Cromie 600

Bolshevism and Japan.

.Gregory Mason 239

Budget, A National.

..Peter Michelson 112

" Buffaloes, The".

..0. E. McKaine 14

Camping and the Motor Car. ..Adelaide (vington 27+

Chance. Taking a...

.Rosamond Coney 316

Chaplain, A French, among American Soldiers in

France..

Victor Monod 78

Chaplains, Write to the..

...C. F. Armitage 667

Chapman, Paul, The Case of.. Berenice C. Skidelsky 587

Child Labor Law, Federal, Appealed..

187

Civil War Prices...

.F. A. Collins 101
Comptroller of the Currency, The : The Man and the
Job....

.T. H. Price 230
Cruise of the Shidmuok...

..Gregory Mason 623
Department of Agriculture, The War Work of the.

Clarence Ousley 517
Diplomacy, American, Dramatic Moments in.

Theodore Roosevelt 62
"Empty," Back in an.... Ruth W. Kauffman 386
Farm Crops and Our Biris .....L. E. Theiss 105
Farmer Boy, The, A-Soldiering. .....C. M. Harger 222
** Farmer's Sad Lot, Th". W. I. Chamberlain 341
Finland, The Crushing of..

Harold Kellock 308
Fiulani, The Tragedy of.

H. M. Domer 103
Fireplace, The.....

.....J. Annan

Flight, A First

.R. 202

France, American Soldiers in

Francis Rogers CO
France Hurrahs for America.

.J. H. Odell 62:
French Welcome, A, to American Troops. C. Bouglé 310
German, Shall We Teach, in Our Public Schools?

C.F. Goodrich 192
Germany, Do We Want to Bring Har to Terms?

Stéphane Lauzanne 488
Germany's Treatinent of the Workinginan.

D. L. Hanson Opp. 466
Getting Ready to Go Over There :
I--Bidding Goul-Speed to the Men in Khaki.

A. E. Isaac 189
II Making Medical Officers Out of Doctors.

Ellsworth Eliot, Jr. 190
III–Saying Good-By at a Hostess House.

A Hostess 191

mann)..
Soldier, Making a (l'ew)..
Spirit of Democracy, The (Powell)
Tenting To Night (Rinehart)..

280
Tolstoy (Noyes)..

122

U-Boat Hunters, The (Connolly)

Village in Picardy, A (Gaines)

672

Virgin Islands, The (De Booy and Faris)

Warfare of To Day. The (Azan).

161

Warfare Winged (Bishop)..

432

War, Our First Year in the Great (Greene)

603

War, The Business of (Marcosson)

161

Washington, The War-Whirl in (O'Malley)

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Let me say in the beginning, that I have classics just because they appeal to a few prono prejudice against newspapers—I buy fessors and “high-brows,” but because they two each day, morning and evening. But have charmed and inspired millions of plain I have learned to discriminate between men and women like myself. I read because news and gossip.

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Tens of thousands of people read that closed book. Great characters in novels, item. Why? What did it benefit them to which were bywords to educated people, know about it? Could they use that great poems and essays I had heard of but knowledge in their business?

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was I embarrassed in the company of my

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summer by appointment of professors and instructors
from other institutions.

Special War Courses
Military Science, Food Conservation, Spoken French, etc.
SUMMER QUARTER, 1918. First Term June
17-July 24: Second Term July 25-August 30

A detailed announcement will be sent upon applica-
tion to the Dean of the Faculties, THE UNI-
VERSITY OF CHICAGO, Chicago, Illinois.

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CAMP JOSEPHUS DANIELS CAMP DEWEY

West Palm Beach, Fla. New London, Conn.
A limited number of pay pupils will be received at
Camp Dewey. June 20'to september 1 for boys of
14 to 18 years. Prepares for the Navy and the Merchant
Marine. Land and water drill work and Specialized
Academic Course. Sixty-five foot Submarine Patrol.
$150 complete, including uniforms. Cadets may con-
tinue at Winter Camp at Palm Beach.

Prospectus and Application blank from
WILLIS J. PHYSIOC, Commandant U. 8. unlor
Naval Reserve, 218 West 58th St., New York City

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ROCKFORD COLLEGE

FOR WOMEN

ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS
Full collegiate rank. No preparatory depart-
ment. B.A. and B.S. degrees.

War Preparedness Courses in Home Nursing,
Stenography, Bookkeeping, Home Economics.
Rockford College is a Red Cross Auxiliary.

Send for catalogue to
President JULIA H. GULLIVER, Ph.D., LL.D.

432 College Ave., Rockford, Illinois

GIRLS' CAMPS

Buy Liberty Bonds....

5 The Value of the Baby Bond.

5 American Soldiers in Battle..

5
In Picardy and Flanders.
England's Fighting Spirit.
The Lichnowsky Revelations.
The Kaiser's Responsibility
Baron Burian and Count Tisza..

8 What Heine Thought About Prussia 8 The Murder of a Cathedral..

8 Cartoons of the Week.....

9
The Destruction of Works of Art., 10
Sedition
Courts Martial ?....

11 W Wanted-A Statesman.

11 ICE Mr. Schwab..

12 How Shall We Reduce the Price of Milk ? 12

for Against the Wall (Poem).

13 By Theresa Virginia Beard

play “A Laggard at the Fray"

13 | Hana Political “Schrecklichkeit"

14 than The Happy Eremite Defends Himself Against a Charge of Fraud ..

15 Facts and Counsel for the American Girl 16 A Request..

17 Japan, Germany, Russia, and the Allies :

An Authorized Interview with Count
Masataka Terauchi, Premier of Japan 18

By Gregory Mason, of The Outlook Staff
The Conviction of a Skeptic.....

By Mary Dewhurst
Current Events Illustrated.i
Knoll Papers : Triumphing Christianity... 26 RITT

By Lyman Abbott
Weekly Outline Study of Current History 28

By J. Madison Gatbany, A.M.
The Art of Biography..

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By Esther Matson
The New Books.

32 Motor Trucks and Freight Congestion... 37 Honor to Whom Honor is Due..

39 Freedom and Teaching... Not to be Helpless.

40 By Lewis E. Theiss By the Way.

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Home Efficiency Camp

For Girls
In among the Berkshire hills, 1,000 feet
above the sea at Sharon, N. Y. A dis-
tinctive Camp for a strictly limited
number of girls, between 12 and 21.
Combined with invigorating camp life
with water sports, tennis, riding, etc.,
the girls acquire USEFUL KNOWL
EDGE in housewifery, cooking and
gardening. Ask for Booklet describing
7 weeks' July and August course.
Under the personal direction of teachers
of wide reputation and experience.
MARY H. COFFIN ?

28 E. 55th St., N. Y.
MARY E. COOLEY

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

To the Young Women of America!
The Government is demanding stenographers with a
college education. Rockford College gives this training.
It is your opportunity. Write for catalogue to

President JULIA H. GULLIVER, Ph.D., LL.D.
432 College Ave.,

Rockford, Illinois
MASSACHUSETTS

SHORT-STORY WRITING
A course of forty lessons in the history, form,
structure, and writing of the Short-Story taught by
Dr. J. Berg Esenwein, for years Editor of Lippincott's
150-page catalogue free. Please address

TIIE HOJE CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL
Dr. Esenwein Dept.

Springfield, Mass.
NEW YORK

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RANGELEY LAKE, MAINE
SPORT-RECREATION-DIVERSION
Pine woods; on shore of the beautiful Rangeley Lake.
Secluded but accessible to village and railway. High
altitude, dry, invigorating air.
Land and water sports, mountain climbing, tramping, trips
to points of interest, fishing, gardening, tutoring, music.
Home cooking; spring water; table supplied from our farm,
which is part of the Camp Settlement.
Modern bungalows and screened tents 'fully equipped for
campers.
A limited number of Jumiors and Seniors accommodated for
season or part season. Secretary, 721 St. Nicholas Ave., N. Y.

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Burlington, Vt.
An ideal location and a very superior equipment. Easy of
access by boat or rail. Athletics, swimming and many
outdoor activities under competent leadership Attractive
trips by boat, auto, and horseback. Tutoring if desired.

SEND FOR BOOKLET
Mise ELIZABETH VAN PATTEN, Burlington, Vermont.

New York City

LYME, N. H.
Wholesome food, mountain air. Best

of equipment. Shower bath. Booklet. ALVIN D. THAYER, Director, 67 Alexander St., Springfield, Mass.

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