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Vol. 73

April 4, 1903

No. 14

CONTENTS

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THE WEEK :

Walter Cope: Architect. The Tenement-House Bill.

By R. Clipston Sturgis New York's Canal Referendum".......

Spring Song (Poem).....................

By C. F. Bates Boss Brayton Defines His Position.. 746

The New American Navy: The Battle of The Chicago City Election

Man!la Bay ....... The Newark Indictments ........

By John D. Long Laber Politics in England

A Mile with Me (Poem)................ Macedonia ...............

By Henry van Dyke La Grande Chartreuse ......

750 Apples.........

............ Captain Mahan on Personal Religion ...

By J. Horace McFarland

Questionings (Poem)..... “ The Dream of Gerontius”............. 751

By Val Ormond Jewish Socialists Take up Co-operation.. 752

A Bit of Holland in the Caribbean...... 803

By Walter Hale
EDITORIALS:

Palm Sunday (Poem).........
Peace for Ireland..

752 By Mabel Earle The Coal Commission Report..

754 Our Age.

By John G. Whittier A Preacher's Story of His Work.

Tommaso Salvini.................. Lenten Meditations ....

By J. S. Crellin English in the Home .................

Being and Living (Poem).

By Emerson G. Taylor
CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES :

A Preacher's Story of His Work....
Friedrich Delitzsch (Portrait and Sketch). 761 By W. S. Rainsford
The Forest. - Chapter IV, On Making

The Life of Teasle.
Camp.................

By Arthur Henry By Stewart Edward White

BOOKS OF THE WEEK. The New Opera Director (Conried)....... 771 | CORRESPONDENCE...

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