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Vol. 73

April 4, 1903

No. 14

CONTENTS

THE WEEK :
Walter Cope: Architect.

773 The Tenement-House Bill.

745 By R. Clipston Sturgis New York's Canal Referendum". 745 Spring Song (Poem).

778

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

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

747
Manila Bay...

779 The Newark Indictments

748 By John D. Long Laber Politics in England 749 A Mile with Me (Poem).

793 Macedonia....

749

By Henry van Dyke La Grande Chartreuse 750 Apples. ...

794 750 Captain Mahan on Personal Religion

By J. Horace McFarland
Questionings (Poem).

801 “ 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)..

808 Peace for Ireland ........

752 By Mabel Earle The Coal Commission Report..

754
Our Age..

809 756 A Preacher's Story of His Work.

By John G. Whittier

811

Tommaso Salvini. Lenten Meditations ...

757

By J. S. Crellin
English in the Home

759
Being and Living (Poem)..

820

By Emerson G. Taylor
CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES :

A Preacher's Story of His Work....... 821 Friedrich Delitzsch (Portrait and Sketch). 761 By W. S. Rainsford

On Making

The Life of Teasle The Forest.-Chapter IV,

829 Camp...,

763

By Arthur Henry By Stewart Edward White

BOOKS OF THE WEEK..

834 The New Opera Director (Conried).. 771 CORRESPONDENCE..

839

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