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St. Nicholas  (1913)  edited by William Fayal Clarke
Volume 40

ST. NICHOLAS:

AN

Illustrated Magazine

For Young Folks.




VOLUME XL.

Part I—November, 1912, TO April, 1913.




The CENTURY CO., NEW YORK

FREDERICK WARNE & CO., LONDON.



Copyright 1912, 1913, by The Century Co.





The De Vinne Press.

ST. NICHOLAS:


VOLUME XL


PART I.


Six Months—November, 1912, to April, 1913.


CONTENTS OF PART I: VOLUME XL.


page
Admiral, The. Verse. (Illustrated by B. Putnam) Herbert Putnam 544
Adventures of Billy Bowline, The. (Illustrated by Fanny Y. Cory) Harriet L. Wedgwood. 165
Alphabet's Holiday, The. Verse. (Illustrated by George Varian) Margaret Johnson 541
Aunt ’Phroney’s Boy. (Illustrated by George Avison) L. Frank Baum 104
Aztec Jingles A Royal Release. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) J. G. Francis 30
Aztec Jingles The Jovial Judge. (Illustrated by the Author) J. G. Francis 347
Babe, How, Escaped Polo. (Illustrated by I. W. Taber) Izola Forrester 43
“Babes of the Wild.” (Illustrated by Paul Bransom) Charles G. D. Roberts
Teddy Bear’s Bee-Tree 231
The Adventures of Young Grumpy 291
The Little Furry Ones that Slide Downhill 397
The Baby and the Bear 486
Baby and the Bear, The. (“Babes of the Wild.” IV) (Illustrated by Paul Bransom) Charles G. D. Roberts 486
Ballads of the Be-Ba-Boes: The Christmas Tree. (Illustrated by Katharine Maynadier Daland) D. K. Stevens 245
Beatrice of Denewood. (Illustrated by Charles M. Relyea) Emilie Benson Knipe and Alden Arthur Knipe 21
116, 219, 332, 411, 509
Billy Bowline, The Adventures of. (Illustrated by Fanny Y. Cory) Harriet L. Wedgwood. 165
Birds of the Year. Verse. (Illustrated by Bruce Horsfall) Minnie Leona Upton 306
“Birds that Fly Zigzag, The.” Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) George O. Butler 129
Book of the Black Art, The. Verse. (Illustrated by Herbert Paus) Augusta Huiell Seaman 492
“Boy and the Man, The”: Talks with Boys. (Illustrated from photographs)
"The Boy and the Man” President John Grier Hibben 227
The Force of Sunlight Rev. Dr. Hugh Birckhead 227
“Live for What You Would Like to be at Sixty” Admiral F. E. Chadwick 228
Two Essentials Gifford Pinchot 229
What is Success? Colonel Henry G. Prout 229
The Ready Means of Happiness Hon. Jean Jules Jusserand 340
A Few Suggestions Hon. John Bigelow 341
Lessons Not Learned Out of Books James McCrea 341
The Dawn of a New Era Rev. Endicott Peabody 342
The Challenge of Life Hamilton Wright Mabie 342
A Friendly Greeting Hon. and Rev. Edward Lyttelton 447
Art, a Lifelong Benefit Elihu Vedder 447
Your Interest in Athletics General George W. Wingate 448
Boy’s Logic, A. Verse Oscar Llewelyn 442
Brooks. Phillips: See “More Than Conquerors” 130
Brownies in the Grist-Mill, The. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) Palmer Cox 36
Brownies and the Stalled Train, The. Verse ustrated by the Author) Palmer Cox 252
Brownies Mend the Dam, The. Verse. Illustrated by the Author) Palmer Cox 443
“Calling.” Picture, drawn by Gertrude Kay 65
Christmas Catch, A. Verse. (Illustrated by Clara M. Burd) Cecil Cavendish 140
Christmas Mousie, The. (Illustrated by Culmer Barnes) Ida Kenniston 190
Christmas, Our. Verse. (Illustrated by Gertrude A. Kay) Alice Lovett Carson 114
Christmas Secrets. Verse. (Illustrated by Edna F. Hart) Lillie Gilliland McDowell. 202
Clocks, Curious. (Illustrated from photographs) Charles A. Brassier 257
Conduct of the Conductor, The. (Illustrated by George Varian) Elizabeth C. Webb 328
Dancing Class, The— “That Awkward Boy!” Picture, drawn by Gertrude A. Kay 508
Day After Christmas, The. Picture, drawn by Leighton Budd 201
December Days. Verse. (Illustrated by Otto Rebele) Edward N. Teall 218
“Dogs at Large.” Picture, drawn by A. Z. Baker 494
Dolly’s Lullaby. Verse. (Illustrated by Blanche Fisher Wright) Mrs. Schuyler Van Rensselaer 360
“Dutch Treat, A.” (Illustrated by Oscar F. Schmidt) Giulia Hossfeld. 31
Emerson, Ralph Waldo: See “More Than Conquerors”. 499
Fables, Old, Brought Up to Date: The Shepherd Boy and The Wolf. (Illustrated by the Author) C. J. Budd 249
Fine Feathers. Verse. (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea) Carolyn Wells 326
Fir-Tree, The. Verse. (Illustrated by Bruce Horsfall) Anna B. Bryant 396
Flood Crest, On the. (Illustrated by B. J. Rosenmeyer) Charles Tenney Jackson 495
Flossy’s Way. Verse. John E. Dolsen 331
Foot-ball, What Woodrow Wilson did for American. (Illustrated by Oscar F. Schmidt, and from photographs) Parke H. Davis 13
Friendships, Curious, among Animals, (Illustrated from photographs) Ellen Velvin 437
Grandmother’s Garret, In. Picture, drawn by George Avison 457
Great Blue Heron, The, Verse. (Illustrated by Bruce Horsfall) Laura Spencer Porter 482
Grumpy, Young, The Adventures of. (“Babes of the Wild.” II) (Illustrated by Paul Bransom) Charles G. D. Roberts 291
Hallowe’en, A Rhyme of, Verse, (Illustrated by the Author) George O. Butler 20
Helene and Lucy. Picture, painted by H. S. Hubbell. 491
“Honk! Honk!” Chorus, A. Picture, drawn by J. B. Graff. 524
Horn-blower of Ripon, The. (Illustrated from photograph) Helen Marshall Pratt 419
Horses of St. Mark’s, The Famous. (Illustrated by Robert Blum, and from photograph) Mary Lloyd 390
India: See “Raja, His Highness the Young”. 37
Inventions, The First. George Ethelbert Walsh 345
“I’ve Got A Dog.” Verse. (Illustrated by Oscar F. Schmidt) Ethel M. Kelley 152
Jacob and Gretchen. (Illustrated by Reginald Birch) Elizabeth Atkins 153
Jovial Judge, The, Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) J. G. Francis 347
Junior-Man. Verse. (Illustrated by Clara M. Burd) Ruth McEnery Stuart 250
“Just Anna.” (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea) Marion Hill 195
Just Be Good. Verse. James Rowe 112
Kane and Pard. (Illustrated by Bruce Horsfall) Addison Howard Gibson 264
Land of Mystery, The. (Illustrated by J. Paleologue, Jay Hambidge, Talbot Kelly, Jules Guérin, and from photographs) Cleveland Moffett 3, 142, 237, 349, 428, 525
Lincoln, Abraham: See “More Than Conquerors” Cleveland Moffett 308, 499
Little Critic, The, Picture, from painting by Francis Day. 533
Little Furry Ones, The, that Slide Downhill. (“Babes of the Wild.” II) (Illustrated by Paul Bransom) Charles G. D. Roberts 397
Marathon, The. Verse. (Illustrated by C. F. Peters) Fred Jacob 52
Men Who Do Things, With, (Illustrated by Edwin F. Bayha, and from photographs) A. Russell Bond 402, 533
Merry Christmas, A. Verse. (Illustrated by Ruth S. Clement) A. L. Sykes 208
More Than Conquerors. Biographical Sketches (Illustrated by Oscar F. Schmidt, Otto Rebele, Eastman Johnson, Harry Fenn, and from photographs) Ariadne Gilbert
Through Failure to Success (Phillips Brooks) 130
A Modern Greatheart. (William Makepeace Thackeray) 209
The Matterhorn Of Men. (Abraham Lincoln) 308, 449
Louisa M. Alcott’s Great Friend and Neighbor. (Ralph Waldo Emerson) 499
Mother Goose, The Nursery Rhymes of. (Illustrated by Arthur Rackham)
“Ring a Ring o’ Roses”—“Little Tommy Tucker”. 97
“The Man in the Wilderness”—“Humpty Dumpty”—“A Carrion-Crow sat on an Oak”—“Little Miss Muffett”. 193
“Jack and Jill”—“If All the World was Apple-Pie” 481
My Girl. Verse. Pauline Frances Camp 36
Nancy’s Southern Christmas. (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea) Harriet Prescott Spofford 161
Nancy’s Way. Verse. (Illustrated by Sarah K. Smith) Nora Bennett 428
Nightmare, The. Verse. (Illustrated by Reginald Birch) James Rowe 517
Nöll and Antoonje. (Illustrated by Herbert Paus) Elizabeth Atkins 298
Nursery Pet, A. (Illustrated by Reginald Birch) Carolyn Wells 410
Ostrich Egg, Professor Wiseacre and the. Pictures, drawn by C. F. Lester 547
Outer Reef, The. (Illustrated by I. W. Taber) Grace E. Craig 320
Pennybright’s Circus. (Illustrated by John Edwin Jackson) Thomas H. Rogers 518
Playing Santa Claus. Verse. (Illustrated by Rachael Robinson Elmer) Pauline Frances Camp 139
Prince and the Peddler, The. Verse. (Illustrated by Herbert Paus) Stella George Stern Perry 420
Pumpkin Time. Verse. (Illustrated by Theresa Sturm Rogers)) Edith Mallery 70
Quest of the Jimblejock, The. Verse. (Illustrated by Reginald Birch) Ellen Manly 124
Raja, His Highness the Young. (Illustrated from photographs) Mabel Alberta Spicer 37
Rapid Transit. Picture drawn by A. Z. Baker 497
Reasoning. Verse. (Illustrated by Reginald Birch) Nixon Waterman 427
Royal Release, A. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) J. G. Francis 30
Runty, The Boy Giant. (Illustrated by Herbert Paus) Wallace Dunbar Vincent 203
Santa Claus: “I’ve Something for You.” Picture, drawn by G. T. Tobin 113
Scott, Frank Hall, In Memory of (Illustrated from photograph) 358
Secret, A. Verse. (Illustrated by Reginald Birch) James Rowe 427
“Sheltie” —the Children’s Friend (Illustrated from photographs) Flora Macdonald 66
Simple Thoughts on Great Subjects: Looking at the Stars. George Lawrence Parker 318
Sir Christopher J. Jones. (Illustrated by Reginald Birch) Frederick Moxon 316
Sleeping Beauty, The. Play. (Illustrated by Margaret Ely Webb) Caroline Verhoeff 548
Small Order, A. Verse. James Rowe 129
Stars, Looking at the. (“Simple Thoughts on Great Subjects”) George Lawrence Parker 318
Storm, On Days of. Verse. Margaret Johnson 64
Story of a Statue, The. (Bartolommeo Colleoni) (Illustrated by Alfred Brennan) Esther Matson 387
Stray Letter, A. Verse. (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea) Mrs. John T. Van Sant 230
Tea-cups. (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea) Giulia Hossfeld 302
Teddy Bear’s Bee-Tree. (“Babes of the Wild.” I) (Illustrated by Paul Bransom) Charles G. D. Roberts 231
Ted, Ned, and the Sled. Verse. (Illustrated by E. Wendell Mitchell) Minnie Leona Upton 244
Thackeray, William Makepeace: See “More Than Conquerors” 209
Thanksgiving Day, The First. Play. (Illustrated by Otto Rebele) Agnes Miller 61
Three Guests. Verse. (Illustrated by Ethel Franklin Betts) Jessica Nelson North 151
Through the Smoke. (Illustrated by Edwin F. Bayha) F. Lovell Coombs 422
Trials of Science. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) C. F. Lester 29
Unlucky Look, An. Verse. James Rowe 244
What the Kettle Sings. Verse. (Illustrated by Albertine R. Wheelan) Margaret Vandegrift 348
When Grandma was a Little Girl. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) Sarah K. Smith 339
“When I’ve Been Bad.” Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) Anna May Cooper 71
When Mother’s Visiting: ‘“Writing to Mother’—“The Monorail.” Pictures drawn by Gertrude A. Kay 296
“Whom the King Delighteth to Honor.” (Illustrated by Reginald Birch) John K. Cree 51
Why The Deacon was Late for Church. Picture, drawn by I. W. Taber 401
Wilson, Woodrow, What He Did for American Foot-ball. (Illustrated by Oscar F. Schmidt and from photographs) Parke H. Davis 13
Wireless, Across the Atlantic by. (Illustrated by Otto Rebele, George Varian and from photographs) Francis Arnold Collins 46
Wizard Shoemaker, The. (Illustrated by Herbert Paus) Winthrop Packard 98
World Disaster, A. Picture drawn by Charles F. Lester 426

FRONTISPIECES

“The Sisters,” from a painting by Lydia Field Emmet, facing page 3—“Ring a Ring o’ Roses,” painted by Arthur Rackham, facing page 97—“The Man in the Wilderness,” painted by Arthur Rackham, facing page 193—“Sir Roger de Coverley,” from a painting by Fred Morgan, facing page 291—Portrait of a Child, from a painting by Lydia Field Emmet, facing page 387—“Jack and Jill,” painted by Arthur Rackham, facing page 481.


DEPARTMENTS

page
For Very Little Folk. (Illustrated)
His Birthdays. Verse. Isobel Lyndall 80
What Santa Claus Brought. Verse. Ida Kenniston 284
What Happened to the Squirrel Family. Verse. Julia Johnson 361
How Neddy Got a Ride. Verse. Katharine M. Daland 466
Picking Apples. Verse. Katharine M. Daland 467
The Nicest Place in the World. Verse. Katharine L. Edgerly 554
Nature and Science. (Illustrated) 72, 174, 269, 364, 458, 556
St. Nicholas League. (Illustrated) 84, 179, 276, 372, 468, 563
Books and Reading. Hildegarde Hawthorne 92
188, 380, 476, 545
The Letter-Box. (Illustrated) 382, 573
The Riddle-Box. (Illustrated) 95, 191, 287, 383, 479, 574



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ST. NICHOLAS:

AN

Illustrated Magazine

For Young Folks.




VOLUME XL.

Part II—May, 1913, TO OCTOBER, 1913.




THE CENTURY CO., NEW YORK

FREDERICK WARNE & CO., LONDON.



Copyright 1913, by The Century Co.





The De Vinne Press.

ST. NICHOLAS:


VOLUME XL


PART II.


Six Months—May, 1913, to October, 1913.


CONTENTS OF PART II: VOLUME XL.


page
Agassiz, Jean Louis Rodolphe. See “More Than Conquerors”, 868
April, In Verse. Ernestine Cobern Beyer 591
Attic Window, The. Verse. (Illustrated by Frances Evans Ingersoll) Isabel Ecclestone Mackay 903
Base-ball: The Great American Game. (Illustrated from photographs) C. H. Claudy
The Base-ball Guessing Match 612
Signals and Signal-Stealing 714
Managers and Their Work 799
"The World's Series" 884, 1006, 1109
Battle-Ships in Action, Risks of Photographing. (Illustrated from photographs) E. Muller, Jr. 834
Beatrice of Denewood (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea) Emilie Benson Knipe and Alden Arthur Knipe 621
702, 791, 891, 981, 1100
Bees, Honey-, Geometry Picture. Drawn by E. G. Lutz 709
Blue-Grass Girl, A. (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea and John Edwin Jackson) William H. Woods 687
Boats, A Rhyme of. (Illustrated by G. H. Mitchell) Ruth Shepard Phelps 800
Bobby and the First Officer. (Illustrated by I. W. Taber) George Phillips 964
Boys’ Camp, A Day at a. (Illustrated from photographs) George W. Orton 1071
Boys' Clubs:
California’s Outdoor Boys’ Club. (Illustrated from photographs) Day Allen Willey 776
The Major’s Boys. (Illustrated from photographs) Eloise Roorbach 779
A Day at a Boys’ Camp. (Illustrated from photographs) George W. Orton 1071
Boys, The Major’s. (Illustrated from photographs) Eloise Roorbach 779
“Breakfast, What Have You Brought Us for.” Picture. From photograph by Nancy Ford Coues 631
Brownie Boy, To a. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) George O. Butler 979
Brownies at Haymaking, The. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) Palmer Cox 922
California’s Outdoor Boys’ Club. (Illustrated from photographs) Day Allen Willey 776
Chafing-Dish Party, The First, of the Season. Picture. Drawn by M. L. MacMillan 1069
Cherry-Pie, The Other. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) Anna May Cooper 820
Chicks and the Rubber Band, The Greedy. Picture. Drawn by C. F. Lester 732
Chrystie’s Event. (Illustrated by C. M. Relyea) Margaret Johnson 1076
Circus in Grassville, A “Three-ring.” Picture. Drawn by Arthur T. Merrick 620
City Child, The. Picture. Drawn by Sanford Toosey 891
City Greenhorn, A. (Illustrated by Edwin F. Bayha) F. Lovell Coombs 692
Curly-Wig and Dimple-Cheek. Verse. (Illustrated from photograph) Robert Emmet Ward 937
Daisy "Cuttings" for July. Picture. Drawn by Grace M. Buck 807
“David and Goliath” Picture. Drawn by Arthur T. Merrick 611
Day-Nursery Babies, A June Sun-Bath for the. Picture. Drawn by Jessie Willcox Smith 712
Difficulties of Mary, the Cook, The. Picture. Drawn by C. M. Relyea 819
Dinner For Three. (Illustrated by William F. Stecher). Harold William Fiferlik 578
Discovery of the Pole, The. Pictures. Drawn by I. W. Taber 1092
Dog Togo, Little. (Illustrated by Clara Atwood) Edith Davidson 605
Dolls’ Wedding, A. (Illustrated from photographs) Mary and Marjory Woods 744
Empty Troubles. Verse, (Illustrated) S. E. Kiser 604
“Everygirl.” Play. (Illustrated by Albertine Randall Wheelan) Rachel Lyman Field 1115
Fairy Castle, The. Verse, (Illustrated by I. W. Taber) Margaret A. Dole. 1096
Fairy’s Gift, The. Verse, (Illustrated by Reginald Birch) Adalena F, Dyer 968
Faith. (“Simple Thoughts on Great Subjects”). George Lawrence Parker 713
Fire-Brigades, Glimpses of Foreign. (Illustrated from photographs). Charles T. Hill 972
Flamingos, The Clever. Pictures. Drawn by Dewitt Clinton Falls 698, 810, 988, 1148
Flower-Seller, The Little. Picture. Painted by Orrin Peck 582
Fortune in a Flower, A. (Illustrated by John Edwin Jackson) Harriet Prescott Spofford. 592
“Fourteennth of July, Hurrah for the.” (Illustrated from photographs) Mabel Alberta Spicer 879
“Freshman Freak, The.” (Illustrated by E. C. Caswell) Margaret Warde 1013
Garden-Making and Some of the Garden’s Stories, (Illustrated by Florence E. Storer, Albertine R. Wheelan, Theresa Sturm Rogers, and Frances E. Ingersoll) Grace Tabor
The Story of Bad Earth and Good Earth and the Prisoners of Hope. 632
The Story of the Wicked Dwarfs. 728
The Story of the Rebels who are Never Tamed and the Keepers of the Peace. 830
The Story of Hunger and Food. 909
The Story of the Enchanted Caskets and Their Invisible Key. 1019
The Story of a Far Land and the Going Hence. 1093
Grass Rug and—Other Things, Our. (Illustrated by Florence E. Storer) Elizabeth Price 875
Hair-cut Man, The. Verse. (Illustrated by Gertrude A. Kay) Melville Chater 998
Hawk, The. Picture, Painted by Charles C. Curran 917
Helen of Troy. Verse. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch), Charles Francis Potter 958
In Spite of Appearances. Verse, (Illustrated by Tony Nell) Robert Emmet Ward 1108
Irving Washington: See “More Than Conquerors” 583
“Ivanhoe Had Lived To-day, If.” Picture. Drawn by Arthur T. Merrick 648
Jack. Verse. (Illustrated) Mabel Livingston Frank 697
Land of Mystery, The. (illustrated by Jay Hambidge, Corwin K. Linson, R. Talbot Kelly, Philippoteaux, Jules Guérin, and from photographs) Cleveland Moffett 597
720, 812, 901, 990, 1118
Lesson, Her. Verse. (Illustrated by S. Wendell Mitchell) Pauline Frances Camp 685
Lesson in Patience, A. Picture. Drawn by C. M. Relyea 1060
Lie-Awake Songs. Verse. (Illustrated by S. Wendell Mitchell) Amelia Josephine Burr 883
Lilac-Tree, The. Verse. (Illustrated by Katherine G. Peirson) Laura Spencer Portor 686
Little Goose-Girl, The. Picture. From photograph by Nancy Ford Coues 1126
Livingstone, David: See “More Than Conquerors” 678
London “Zoo,” The. (Illustrated by the Author) Dorothy Furniss 1002
Marine Band, The. Picture. Drawn by Sears Gallagher 870
May-Day Festival, The “Royal.” (Illustrated from photographs) M. L. Andrews 674
“Me Loves ’oo.” Picture. Painted by M. Goodman 645
Men Who Do Things, With. (Illustrated by Edwin F. Bayha, from photographs, and diagrams) A. Russell Bond 638
735, 822, 927, 1023, 1084
Miss Santa Claus of the Pullman. I. (Illustrated by Reginald Birch) Annie Fellows Johnston 1061
Mister Rat. Verse. (Illustrated by Reginald Birch) James Rowe 798
“Mistress Mary, Quite Contrary.” Picture. Drawn by Frances Evans Ingersoll 833
Monarch and the Viceroy, The. Verse Hattie Vose Hall 882
More Than Conquerors. Biographical Sketches (Illustrated by Oscar F. Schmidt, and from photographs) Ariadne Gilbert
The Sunny Master of “Sunnyside.” (Washington Irving) 583
The Torch-Bearer of the Dark Continent. (David Livingstone) 678
A Swiss Boy and His Wanderings. (Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz) 868
Mother Goose, The Nursery Rhymes of. (Illustrated by Arthur Rackham)
“The Fair Maid who, the First of May”—“Little Jumping Joan” 577
“As I was going to St. Ives”—“Two legs sat upon three legs” 673
“There was an old woman lived under a hill” 298
Pussy-Cat, Pussy-Cat—Little Bo-Peep—Three Blind Mice 865, 867
A Ten O’Clock Scholar 961
Poor Old Robinson Crusoe!—Dr. Foster Went to Gloucester—Jack be Nimble—Fiddle-de-dee, Fiddle-de-dee 1001
Hey! Diddle, Diddle— See-saw, sacaradown—Lady Bird, Lady Bird, Fly Away Home—Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush—Cock a Doodle Doo! 1057
Mother’s Best Umbrella. Verse. (Illustrated by Reginald Birch) Lucy Lincoln Montgomery 1098
“Nanette.” Picture. Painted by W. J. Baer 695
New France, A Brave Little Maid of. (Illustrated by Norman Price) Hannah Bryant 769
Nightmare, A. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) Anna May Cooper 1000
Nobel Prizes for the Promotion of Peace, The. (Illustrated from photograph) Dorothy Dudley Leal 808
Nonsense Song, A. Verse Oscar Llewelyn 732
Old Fables Brought up to Date. (Illustrated by the Author) C. J. Budd
The Two Goats 733
Orc and His Globular Island, The. Verse. (Illustrated by Robert C. Benchley) E. L. McKinney 1070
Otter, The Playful. (Illustrated by the Author) J. M. Gleeson 618
Photographing Battle-Ships in Action, Risks of. (Illustrated from photographs) E. Muller, Jr 834
Phyllis Sails with Father, When. (Illustrated from photographs by the Author) Augusta Huiell Seaman 918
“Playin’ Bride.” Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) E. W. Kemble 727
Pointed Suggestion, A. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) George O. Butler 979
Polly in France. Verse. (Illustrated by Mabel Betsy Hill) Rebecca Deming Moore 998
Rainbow Colors. Verse. (Illustrated by Bruce Horsfall) Mabel Livingston Frank 963
Ready for the Plunge. Picture. Drawn by M. L. MacMillan 899
“Relatives, So Many.” Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) George O. Butler 829
Roads. Verse. (With picture from painting by Charles C. Curran) Miriam Clark Potter 784
Roller-Skating. Verse. (Illustrated by Gertrude A. Kay) Melville Chater 628
Rose that went to the City, The. Margaret Eytinge 740
Rosebud, The. Verse. (Illustrated by E. C. Caswell) Carolyn Wells 719
Sand Waves of Oregon, The. (Illustrated from photograph) Day Allen Willey 696
“Seeing the World.” Picture. Drawn by Gertrude A. Kay 821
Settling the Question. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) George O. Butler 677
Shoot-’Em-on-a-Rock. (Illustrated by John Edwin Jackson) Izola Forrester 805
“Simple Thoughts on Great Subjects” Faith. George Lawrence Parker 713
Snail’s Pace, The. Verse. (Illustrated) Amos R. Wells 734
Swimming, Up-to-Date Methods for Success in. (Illustrated from photographs) L. DeB. Handley 913
“Tears, The Tyranny of.” Picture. Drawn by Zaidee Morrison 1083
Toucan and the Chickadee, The. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) George O. Butler 921
Tree-Top Romance. Verse. (Illustrated by Gertrude A. Kay) Melville Chater 710
Trick Boat, Percy Ray’s. (Illustrated by I. W. Taber) Nathan Haskell Dole 785
Vacation Song, A Gay. Verse. Louise Seymour Hasbrouck 828
Vercheres, Madeleine: See “New France, A Brave Little Maid of” 769
Visit to Grandmama, A. Verse. (Illustration from painting by D. A. C. Artz) Frances W. Marshall 630
Yellow-Throat, The Maryland. Verse. (Illustrated) Le Roy Titus Weeks 734
"Zoo," The London. (Illustrated by the Author) Dorothy Furniss 1002

FRONTISPIECES

“The Fair Maid who, the First of May,” painted by Arthur Rackham, facing page 577—“As I was going to St. Ives,” painted by Arthur Rackham, facing page 673—“There was an old woman lived under a hill,” painted by Arthur Rackham, facing page 769—“Little Bo-Peep,” drawn by Arthur Rackham, facing page 867—The Little Doctor, from a painting by Arthur J. Elsley, facing page 963—“Hey, Diddle, Diddle, the Cat and the Fiddle!” painted by Arthur Rackham, facing page 1057.


DEPARTMENTS

page
For Very Little Folk. (Illustrated)
When Little Bear Had His Own Way Frances Margaret Fox 649
Bye-Low Land. Verse Margaret G. Hays 747
How Little Bear Went to a Picnic Frances Margaret Fox 841
The Two Engines Agnes O. Fugitt 938
A Summer in a Sea-shore Bungalow Robert Emmet Ward 1034
The Naughty Little Rabbit Katharine L. Edgerly 1130
Nature and Science. (Illustrated) 652, 748, 844, 940, 1036, 1132
St. Nicholas League. (Illustrated) 660, 756, 852, 948, 1044, 1140
Books and Reading. Hildegarde Hawthorne 646
741, 838, 934, 1031, 1127
The Letter-Box. (Illustrated) 668, 765, 861, 956, 1052, 1150
The Riddle-Box. (Illustrated) 671, 767, 862, 959, 1055, 1151


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Numbers month

Number 11912 November
Number 21912 December
Number 31913 January
Number 41913 February
Number 51913 March
Number 61913 April
Number 71913 May
Number 81913 June
Number 91913 July
Number 101913 August
Number 111913 September
Number 121913 October

Serials month

Babes of the Wild
1913 January
1913 February
1913 March
1913 April
Beatrice of Denewood
1912 November
1912 December
1913 January
1913 February
1913 March
1913 April
1913 May
1913 June
1913 July
1913 August
1913 September
1913 October
The Land of Mystery
1912 November
1912 December
1913 January
1913 February
1913 March
1913 April
1913 May
1913 June
1913 July
1913 August
1913 September
1913 October
Base-ball: The Great American Game
1913 May
1913 June
1913 July
1913 August
1913 September
1913 October
The Clever Flamingos
1913 July
1913 August
1913 September
1913 October
With Men Who Do Things
1913 March
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1913 June
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1913 August
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