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Science and Invention, 89.

Street-Car Fares, Mayor Johnson's Victory for the
Science and the Soil, Uncle Sam's Romance With, People in Securing Cheap, 205.
36, 159.

Stuart, T. B., An Open Letter to the Secretary of
Sculptors, The Society of American, 207.

the Treasury, 139.
Seattle Elects a Municipal-Ownership. Mayor, 529; Supreme Court Decisions, Some Vitally Important,

Extension of Municipal Lighting in, 530; The 532.
Triumph of the Recall in, 530.

Swadeshi Movement, The, 323.
Secretary of the Treasury, An Open Letter to the, Sweet, Frank, His Girl, 53.
139; An Unsound and Unsafe, 535.

Sweden, The Growth of Socialism in, 212; The
Seddon, Premier, Signal Victory of His Party, 324; Universal Ballot for, 541.

A Further Word in Regard to His Great Victory Theatrical Trust, The Rapacity of the, 200.
437; the Nestor of Practical Governmental Fra- “The Leader of the People,” Edwin Markham's
ternity, 514; His New Programme, 541.

Great Poem, 615.
Separation of Church and State in France, The, Tobacco and Paper-Trusts, The Decision Against
210.

the, 532.
Shadows on Our Business and Political Life, 532. Toilers of New Zealand, How the Standard Oil
Ship Subsidy and Its Missionaries, The, 201.

Greed Has Recently Been Manifested in the Rob-
Shufeldt, R. W., The Whipping-Post for Wife- bing of the, 214.
Beaters, 168.

Toledo Victory, The Lesson of the, 71.
Sinclair, Upton, and His Powerful Work, The Trafficking in Trusts; or, Philanthropy from the
Jungle, 186.

Insurance View-Point, 337.
Single-Tax, The, 366; for Centuries in Practical Treasury, An Open Letter to the Secretary of the,
Operation and Its Result, 323.

139; An Unsound and Unsafe Secretary of the,
Slade, Edward, The Socialist Programme, 597.

535.
Slaughter of the Innocents, The; or, How a Cor- Trusts, Trafficking in; or, Philanthropy from the

rupt Political Machine Caused the Death of Insurance View-Point, 337; The Decision Against
Twelve Hundred American Citizens, 74.

the Tobacco and Paper, 532.
Slaughter of the Innocents by Commercialism's Uncle Sam's Romance With Science and the Soil,
Juggernaut in Pennsylvania, T'he, 424.

36, 159.
Social Reform in Australia, Cardinal Moran's Ad- United States, The Standard Oil Company More
vocacy of, 87.

Powerful Than the Government of the, 310; The
Social Unrest
, Europe a Cauldron of, 538.

Recent Important Step Toward Church Union
Socialism, in Sweden, The Growth of, 212; in in the, 433.

America : A Notable Symposium, 643; The New United States Senate, Is it the Corrupt Tool of the
York World Opens Its Columns to a Discussion Standard Oil Company?

7%,
of, 643; The Rev. R. Heber Newton on, 643; Universal Ballot for Sweden, The, 541.
Why Ernest Crosby Opposes, 644; Two Metho- Value of an Immigrant, The, 504.
dist Clergymen on, 645; The Mayor of Buffalo Victoria, Australia, The Progressive Income Tax

in, 213.
Socialist Programme, The, 597.

Vrooman, Frank, Uncle Sam's Romance with
Socialist Society, The Intercollegiate, 187.

Science and the Soil, 36, 159.
Socialists, International Peace Propaganda of, Warwick, The Countess of, on the Hustings, 436.

Creating Alarm in Reactionary Circles, 84. Waste and Refuse, Enriching the Metropolis by
Socialist's Reply to John Moody, A, 164.

Utilizing Its, 203.
Society of American Sculptors, The, 207.

Wealth, The President's Strange Ignorance Con-
Southern Cross, Progress and Social Problems Un- cerning the Power of, in Our Government, 205;

der the, 213; Prosperity Under the, and in the Criminal, versus Common Honesty, 449.
United States: A Comparison, 646.

Wealth-Creators, Helping the, to Secure Homes,
Spoliation of the Wealth-Creators Under Our Pres- 87; Concrete Illustrations of the Spoliation of,

ent Régime of Class-Rule, Concrete Illustrations Under Our Present Régime of Class-Rule, 646.
of the, 646.

West, Kenyon, Richard Mansfield, 3.
Standard Oil Company, Is the United States Senate What Our Universities Are Doing for American

the Corrupt Tool of the ? 72; at the Bar, The, Literature, 498.
307; More Powerful than the Government of When Cochran Quit, 279.
the United States, 310.

Whipping-Post for Wife-Beaters, The, 168.
Standard Oil Greed, How It Has Recently Been White, John 2., The Single-Tax, 366.

Manifested in the Robbing of the Toilers of New Whitman, Walt., At the Tomb of, 278.
Zealand, 214.

Whitney, Henry M., The Civic Efficiency of the
Standard Oil Magnates, The Action of the Colorado Educated Class, 561.
Senator and of the, Contrasted, 308.

Wife-Beaters, The Whipping-Post for, 168.
State-Owned Savings-Banks, 590.

World Beyond Our Borders, The, 78.
Statesmanship of To-day, Democracy's Call to the World, The New York, Opens Its Columns to a
146.

Discussion of Socialism, 643.
Stone, Frank F., "The Two Ambitions”; A Strik- World-Wandering, Forty Thousand Miles of, 215.

ing Piece of Relief Work by, 513.

on, 645.

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B. O. FLOWER: EDITOR

BOARD OF ASSOCIATES
Rev. R. HEBER NEWTON, D.D. ELTWARD POMBROY, A.M. EDWIN MAXEY, M.Dip., LL.D. Hon. ROBERT BAKER
Rev. H. W. THOMAS, D.D. F. EDWIN ELWELL

HERMAN E. KITTREDGB, M.D. BOLTON HALL
EDWIN MARKHAM

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

Dan, BEARD
LINTON SATTERTHWAIT

SPECIAL CONTRIBUTORS
Chief Justice Walter Clark, LL.D., of North Carolina

John MOODY

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
ROBERT M. LA FOLLETTE: A STATESMAN AFTER THE ORDER OF
LINCOLN,

WILLIAM KITTLE 571
J. N. ADAM: A MUNICIPAL LEADER OF THE NEW TIME, B. O. FLOWER 576
PORTRAIT OF J. N. ADAM

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
Charles H. Grant's “Nearing Port :-Illustration of " Nearing Port"-Edwin Markham's Great Poem, “The

Leader of the People"-Porirait of Edwin Markham-Dr. G. Cooke Adams-Portrait r. G. Cooke Adams.
POLITICS, THE PEOPLE AND THE TRUSTS AS SEEN BY CARTOONISTS:
(With Eighteen Illustrations),

619 IN THE MIRROR OF THE PRESENT,

B. O. FLOWER 623
The Attempt of the Special-Pleaders for the Criminal Rich to Distort the President's Speech into a Condemna.
tion of Those Who are Leading the Battle for Common Honesty and Moral Idealism-President Roosevelt's Des.
cription of The Man With The Muck-Rake-The President's Praise for Magazine Writers Who Faithfully and
Conscientiously Unmask Corrupt Conditions-The Compulsion of Moral Idealism Has Led The Magazine
Writers to Batile Against Corruption in High Places-Absurdity and Insincerity of The Charge of Recklessness
and Untruthfullness Made Against The Magazine Writers-Why The Campaign Against Corruption Must be Prose-
cuted with Increasing Vigor-How Labor's Long Sleep Has Imperiled Free Government-Inactivity Not Marked by
Moral and Intellectual Inertia-Some Foreign Influences That Have Contributed to Labor's Awakening-Legislative
Insolence When Labor Supplicated for a Few Meager Concessions-The American Federation Declares for Political
Action-The Chicago Progressive Alliance-Labor Proposes to Battle for Direct-Legislation in Colorado-The
Prevalence of Corrupt Practices Arising from The Union of Corporations and The Dominant Parties in City, State
and Nation-The Uncovering of The Corrupt Rule of Boss Cox-The Ohio Senatorial Committee Makes Astound-
ing Revelations of Wholesale Corruption-Tampering With The Courts-A Judge Comes to The Rescue of The
Rascals–Senator La Follette Alarms Plutocracy's Minions in The Senate-Revelation of Corruption in Buffalo
The President's Castigation of Judge Humphrey-The Over-Turn in Milwaukee: Another Evidence of The Ris-
ing Tide Against Corrupt Municipal Rule and Corporate Domination-Direct-Legislation in Los Angeles—Direct-
Legislation in Ohio, The New York World Opens Its Columns to a Discussion of Socialism-The Rev. R.
Heber Newton on Socialism-Why Errest Crosby Opposes Socialism-Two Methodist Clergymen on Socialism,
The Mayor of Buffalo on Socialism-Bountiful Harvests in New Zealand and Australia-Marked Difference in
The Results of Good Crops in New Zealand and in The United States-Concrete Illustrations of The Spoliation
of The Wealth-Creators Under Our Present Regime of Class Rule-Co-operative Stores in America-Co-oper-
ation in Canada–The Enormous Annual Business of The English Co-operative Wholesale Society-The
Growth of Democratic Ideals in Germany-Mr. Morley and India-An Astounding Recent Illustration of Medi-
eval Religious Bigotry and Intolerence--Co-education: A Case in Which Doctors Disagree.

A Book-Study 551
THE LATEST AND ABLEST WORK ON THE RAILROAD-RATE
QUESTION,

A Book-Study 658
NOTES AND COMMENTS,

Editorial Chat 664 INDEX,

666 A complete index for previous numbers will be found in the Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature which may be consulted in any library.

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THE JULY ARENA.

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.
Rhodo Island.

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

prietor of the Press-Post, Columbus, Ohio. Taxer who believes that by the destruction of

THE MOST NOTABLE CONTRIBUTION special privileges and monopoly rights, the free

TO LIBERAL THEOLOGY OF RECENT ing of the land and the establishment of demo- YEARS. cratic methods in government, the evils which An extended book-study of Professor Otto have grown so giant-like can be remedied and Pfeiderer's great book, Christian Origins, prejustice established.

pared by the Editor of The Arena.

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