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Science and Invention, 89.
Street-Car Fares, Mayor Johnson's Victory for the
Stuart, T. B., An Open Letter to the Secretary of
the Treasury, 139.
Extension of Municipal Lighting in, 530; The 532.
Swadeshi Movement, The, 323.
Sweden, The Growth of Socialism in, 212; The
A Further Word in Regard to His Great Victory Theatrical Trust, The Rapacity of the, 200.
Great Poem, 615.
Greed Has Recently Been Manifested in the Rob-
Toledo Victory, The Lesson of the, 71.
Insurance View-Point, 337.
139; An Unsound and Unsafe Secretary of the,
rupt Political Machine Caused the Death of Insurance View-Point, 337; The Decision Against
the Tobacco and Paper, 532.
Powerful Than the Government of the, 310; The
Recent Important Step Toward Church Union
America : A Notable Symposium, 643; The New United States Senate, Is it the Corrupt Tool of the
Vrooman, Frank, Uncle Sam's Romance with
Science and the Soil, 36, 159.
Creating Alarm in Reactionary Circles, 84. Waste and Refuse, Enriching the Metropolis by
Utilizing Its, 203.
Wealth, The President's Strange Ignorance Con-
der the, 213; Prosperity Under the, and in the Criminal, versus Common Honesty, 449.
Wealth-Creators, Helping the, to Secure Homes,
ent Régime of Class-Rule, Concrete Illustrations Under Our Present Régime of Class-Rule, 646.
West, Kenyon, Richard Mansfield, 3.
the Corrupt Tool of the ? 72; at the Bar, The, Literature, 498.
Whipping-Post for Wife-Beaters, The, 168.
Manifested in the Robbing of the Toilers of New Whitman, Walt., At the Tomb of, 278.
Whitney, Henry M., The Civic Efficiency of the
Wife-Beaters, The Whipping-Post for, 168.
World Beyond Our Borders, The, 78.
Discussion of Socialism, 643.
ing Piece of Relief Work by, 513.
B. O. FLOWER: EDITOR
BOARD OF ASSOCIATES
HERMAN E. KITTREDGB, M.D. BOLTON HALL
GEORGE MCA. Miller, Ph.D. Prof. ROBERT T, KERLIN, A.M. ERNEST CROSBY Prof. FRANK Parsons, Ph.D. Rev, E. P. POWELL
J. J. ENNEKING
Dr. Charles F. HOLDER, LL.D. HENRIK G. PETERSEN, M.D. JOAQUIN MILLER GBORGE WHARTON JAMES WILLIAM Lek HOWARD, M.D. ARCHIBALD HENDERSON, Ph.D.
Hon. EDWARD TREGBAR, Secretary of Labor for the Commonwealth of New Zealand
CONTENTS FOR JUNE, 1906
Page PORTRAIT OF HON. ROBERT M. LA FOLLETTE,
facing 561 THE CIVIC EFFICIENCY OF THE EDUCATED CLASS,
HENRY M. WHITNEY 561
WILLIAM KITTLE 571
facing 576 BRITISH EGYPT,
ERNEST CROSBY 582 DIRECT PRIMARIES,
IRA CROSS 587 -,
DR. G. COOKE ADAMS 590 THE FEMINIZATION OF THE HIGH-SCHOOLS, William LEE HOWARD, M.D. 593 THE SOCIALIST PROGRAMME,
EDWARD SLADE 597 A PRIMER OF DIRECT-LEGISLATION.- CHAPTER 11.- THE INITIATIVE,
By LEADING NEW-WORLD AUTHORITIES ON DIRECT-LEGISLATION 600 THE PROPOSED PAN-AMERICAN TRADES-COLLEGE, PROF. FREDERIC M. Noa 603 THE HEART OF THE RACE PROBLEM, PART II. . ARCHIBALD H. GRIMKE, A.M. 606 THE ROMANCE OF THIN TILLY WESTOVER,
HELEN C. BERGEN CURTIS 610 ART AND LIFE, .
Editorial Comment 615
Leader of the People"-Porirait of Edwin Markham-Dr. G. Cooke Adams-Portrait r. G. Cooke Adams.
619 IN THE MIRROR OF THE PRESENT,
B. O. FLOWER 623
A Book-Study 551
A Book-Study 658
Editorial Chat 664 INDEX,
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The July issue of THE ARENA, which will open
V. CHILD-LABOR, COMPULSORY EDUCA. Volume XXXVI., will be an extremely and un
TION AND RACE SUICIDE. By Willard
French. usually strong and attractive number. Among
A thought-stimulating and highly suggestive many features of special interest which we ex
paper in which the author takes the advanced pect to publish in this issue we mention the fol
position that the best interests of the nation would lowing:
be conserved by accompanying compulsory edu1. OOVERNOR ALBERT B. CUMMINS: A
cation by the system of pensioning all children STATESMAN WHO PLACES THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE ABOVE
during their period at school. THE DEMAND OF THE PRIVILEGED VI. FUNDAMENTAL PRACTICAL MEASURES CLASSES. By Lewis Worthington Smith, FOR BULWARKING AND MAINTAININO Professor of English Language and Litera- FREE GOVERNMENT. ture, in Drake University, Des Moines,
This is the supplementary chapter to the lowa.
Primer of Direct-Legislation, and discusses the A fine sketch of Governor Cummins who has
Recall, Proportional Representation and Direct antagonized the railways, the protected interests Primaries. The Recall has been treated by and the privileged classes in his allegiance to Eltweed Pomeroy, A.M., President of the Nathe people. A fine portrait of Governor Cum
tional Direct-Legislation League; Proportional mins will be a special feature of this issue.
Representation is presented by Robert Tyson,
Secretary of the American Proportional RepreII. ASPECTS OF CONTEMPORARY FICTION. By Professor Archibald Henderson, Ph. D.,
sentation League; and Direct Primaries is preof the University of North Carolina.
sented by Ira Cross. These gentlemen are One of the strongest and most discriminating for the work assigned them as any persons in
specialists who are probably as well equipped and informing literary papers of the year. Pro
America. fessor Henderson has never, we think, appeared
VII. BRITISH EGYPT. By Ernest Crosby. to better advantage than in this extremely valuable contribution.
The second part of Mr. Crosby's extremely
interesting and valuable historic survey of the III. LABOR TROUBLES IN COLORADO AND British occupation of Egypt. IDAHO. By Hon. J. Warner Mills. VIII. RAMBLES IN SWITZERLAND.
Ву This paper will contain the next chapter in
Carl S. Vrooman. Mr. Mills' extremely valuable story of the over- A delightful paper of travel in which this throw of popular government in Colorado. It scholarly writer incidentally describes the benefiwill deal with the Eight-Hour Struggle and the cent results of governmental ownership of railstrikes that have resulted in the tremendous ways. battle between the united capitalistic organiza- IX. JUDGE WILLIAM JEFFERSON POLLARD. tions—the trusts, monopolies and the public- A Practical Idealist Who is Achieving a service companies and union miners-a strug
Great Work for Human Progress. gle that is still being waged with desperate daring
An editorial sketch of the St. Louis judge in Colorado and Idaho, and which constitutes
whose treatment of drunkards who have not be one of the most sinister chapters in the history of
come habitual topers, by letting them sign a present-day events.
pledge and report to him regularly instead of
sending them to the workhouse, has already IV. SOLVING THE LABOR PROBLEM. By resulted in the reformation of hundreds of drunk.
Hon. Lucius F. C. Garvin, Ex-Governor of ards.
PARRY AND HIS BOOK. A Criticism. By A clear and comprehensive discussion of the Ellis 0. Jones, formerly Editor and Prolabor question from the view-point of a Single
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