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Issued Monthly with
DECEMBER, I9l2, TO FEBRUARY, I9l3
Copyright by Chautauqua Press
Barnes, Earl, Education in, Europe, 71.
Belgians, Albert I, King of, Bestor, 29.
Bestor, Art6hur E.‘ European Rulers: Their Modern Significance, 29,
I49, 2 s-
Bjijrnson, Bjornstjerne, The Father, 204.
Books, Talk about, 114, 236, 353.
C. L. S. C. Round Table, 85, 218, 329.
Chautauqua Day, February 23, 193.
Danish-American National Park, The Opening of the, Ostrer-
Denmark, Christian X of, Bestor, 149.
Denmark, The National Song of, 203.
Derezhavin, The Storm, 321.
Education in Europe, Barnes, 71.
Efliciencygrams. 208, 320.
Europe, Education in, Barnes, 71.
European Rulers: Their Modern Significance. Bestor. Wilhelmina,
Queen of Netherlands, Albert I, King of Belgians, 29; Chris-
tian X of Denmark, Gustav V of Sweden, Haakon VII of
Norway, 149; Nicholas II, the Russian Czar, 265.
Father, The, Bjlornson, 204.
Gill, C. W. Tolstoi the Novelist, 312.
Highways and Byways: The Elections and After, 5; War and
Diplomatic Activity in Europe, 6; The Panama Canal and
Treaty Obligations, 10; The Panama Canal near Completion,
13; The Last of the British Suffrage Bills, 15; The New Era
in Japan, 17; Notes, 19; At Last a Parcels Post, 125; Nine
Equal Suffrage States, 127; Ohio’s New Constitution, 128;
“Publicity” for the Organs of Publicity, 129; “Syndicalism,”
the New Labor Force, 131; The Socialists as a Parliamentary
Party, 133: The Socialist Vote in the United States, 135;
Trades Unions and Social Radicalism, 136; Notes: The Play-
ground Problem in New York, 139; The Balkans, Turkey and
Europe, 245; Reorganization, Organization and “Delivery,”
247; The First State Law for Non-partisan Municipal Elec-
tions, 250; State Life Insurance in Wisconsin, 251; Canadian
Immigration Figures, 253; The By-Elections in Britain, 254;
Library Shelf: Extracts from “Max Havelaar,” 77; “Half a Sheet
of Paper” by Strindberg, 21o; “Frithiof’s Temptation” from
Tegner's “Frithiof Saga,” 211; “The Two Brothers and the
GoldU by Tolstoi, 322.
Netherlands. Wilhelmina Queen of, Bestor, 29.
Norway, Haakon VII of, Bestor, 149.
Ostergaard, Tychine, The Opening of the Danish-American Na-
tional Park, 199.
Paris. A Reading Journey through, Smith. Paris of the Reforma-
‘on. 53: Paris of the ‘Great Century,’ 166; Paris of the
1. ‘ution, 282.
Russian Czar, Nicholas II the, Bestor, 265.
Smith, Mabel] S. C. A Reading Journey through Paris, 53, 166, 282.
Storm, The, Derezhavin, 321.
Sweden, Gustaf V of, Bestor, 149.
Tolstoi the Novelist, Gill, 312; “Two Brothers and the Gold,” 322.
Verses \Vorth Memorizing: Duty of Work by Besant, 92.
Vesper Hour: Selections from “Companions of the Way” by Mrs.
Elizabeth Waterhouse, 81; Seven Simple Rules of Life for the
New Year, 214; Humanity, from “Science and Prayer” by
Monod, 215; Selections from essay, “Comfort Ye My People,”
by Carl Hilty, 325.
Vocabulary, Pronouncing, 70, 199, 311.
‘C. L. S. C. Round Table: Four illustrated pages in each number.
Danish-American Park, The “Hollow-way,” 197; Christian X, 198.
European Rulers :, Their Modern Significance: Hall of the Knights
at The Hague, and Interior, 21; Roya Palace at Brussels,
Royal Palace at The Hague, 26; Royal alace at Amsterdam,
Royal Chateau at Laaken, 27; Palace of the Nation at Brussels,
28; Royal Palace at Copenhagen, Royal Palace at Stockholm,
145; Parliament Building at Christiania, Parliament Building at
Stockholm, 146; Fredensborg Palace, Royal Palace at Chris-
tiania,147;Trondhjem Cathedral, Roskilde Cathedral, 148;
Meeting Place of Duma, 261; Winter Palace at St. Peters-
burg, Peterhof Palace, Tzarskoe-Selo Palace, 262; Uspensky
Sobor at Moscow, Fortress of St. Peter and St‘ Paul at
St. Petcrsburg, 263.
Paris. A Reading Journey through: Pillory near the Halles,
Statue of Etienne Dolet in the Place Maubert, 1; College of
France, Section of the Louvre, 2; Armor of the reign of
Francis I, House of Francis I on the Cours-la-Reine, 3;
Early Sixteenth Century Costumes of Ladies of Rank, 4;
Receptacle of the heart of Francis I in St. Denis, Place
Royale, 45; Salon of Francis 1, Galerie of Henry II, 46; St.
Etienne-du-Mont and Ste. Geneviéve as they looked in Seven-
teenth Century; Church of St. Eustache, 47; Tower of St.
James, Facade of the Chateau d’Anet, 50; Queen Wilhelmina
decorating Coligny Statue in Paris, Observation tu-rret on the
Hotel Lamoignon, 51; Hotel Carnavalet, 52; Plan of the
Louvre, 55; Cellier’s drawing of Hotel de Ville in 1583, 57;
Torture of Anne du Bourg on the Gréve, 59; Tournament in
which Montgomery mortally wounded Henry II, 61; Qldest
known map of Paris, 62, 63; Column at Hotel de Soissons, 66;
“"2111 Window and Dormer \Vindow, examples of Renaissance
architecture, 69; The Samaritaine, Statue of Henry IV on the
Pont Neuf, 122; House in which Victor Hugo lived in the
Place des Vosges, Section of Louvre begun by Henry IV, 123;
Procession of the League against Henry IV in 1503, I24;
Parvis of Notre Dame, 167; Paris under Henry IV, 169;-
Archbishop’s Palace, Richelieu’s Palais Cardinal, later called‘
Palais Royal, 173; Chapel of the Carmelites showing the
earliest dome built in Paris, Chapel of the Sorbonne at end
of Seventeenth Century, Senate House, formerly the Luxem-
bourg Pala‘ce, Institute, 174; Val de Grace, Notre Dame des