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The Behring Sea Case
by B.F. Tracy, pp. 513-542 -
Thoughts Suggested by Prof. Dewar's Discoveries
by R. Ogden Doremus, pp. 543-551 -
A Railway Party in Politics
by H.P. Robinson, pp. 552-560 -
The Ann Arbor Strike
by F.P. Sargent, pp. 561-566 -
The Gates Ajar---Twenty-five Years After
by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, pp. 567-575 -
The Decadence of Theology
by John Burroughs, pp. 576-585 -
Possible Reformation of the Drink Traffic
by W.D. Rainsford, pp. 586-592 -
The Disadvantages of the Level-Premium System
by E.B. Harper, p. 593 -
The Natural-Premium System
by George A. Litchfield, pp. 594-604 -
The Hawaiian Situation
by Theophilus H. Davies, pp. 605-610 -
Persia at the World's Fair
by Clarence Andrews, pp. 611-612 -
Canada at the World's Fair
by George Stewart, pp. 613-617 -
Further Views of Pension List Revision
, pp. 618-620 -
Joseph H. O'Neil
, pp. 621-625 -
, pp. 626-630 -
Ancient and Modern Dentistry
by E.H. Raymond, pp. 631-633 -
Death as a Factor in Progress
by Woods Hutchinson, pp. 634-637 -
Is Land Held Out of Use?
by William B. Cooper, p. 638 -
Sing Po's Chart
by Edward P. Jackson, pp. 639-640 -
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