The Pacific Monthly/Volume 14
Charles E. Ladd, President
J. Thorborn Ross, Vice-President
Alex Sweek, Secretary
William Bittle Wells, Manager
June, 1905 - Decemter, 1905
Copyright, 1905, by William Bittle Wells
All Rights Reserved
The Pacific Monthly Publishing Co.
WHAT THE PACIFIC MONTHLY IS DOING.
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Elbert Hubbard, who is in the habit of saying what he pleases, contributes one of his choicest bits of literature to The Pacific Monthly for February. The sage of East Aurora, in his desire to compliment the people of the West on their attitude to one another, and their well-founded civilization, drops back into the intimate history of the country and draws some invidious comparisonsin this regard.}}
Lge and Autumn (Poem)
.rabella Versus The Family (Story) Illustrated.
architecture of the Exposition Illustrated.
T. Shelley Sutton Kittie Skidmore Cowen
rt and the People Lindley Hosf )rd
Illustrated with photographs of paintings at the Lewis and Clark Exposition.
- t Exhibit at the Fair, The — An Interview with Frank
Vincent Du Mond, Director of Fine Arts, Lewis and Clark Exposition Illustrated.
t the Gates of Mystery Illustrated.
aby In the Case, The (Story)
ack to the Streets
Illustrated by original drawings.
arbeau "s One News Item (Story)
ells of San Gabriel, The (Poem)
ig Bob and Diana (Story)
orderland, The Illustrated.
reaking in Dolly (Story) ictus (Story) .... ill of the West, The (Poem)
aptain Baldwin 's Air Ship Illustrated.
liris Heddleson; Coward (Story)
iristmas Lullaby, A (Poem) .
)lumbia Eiver Jetty, The Illustrated.
jlumbia Eiver Scenery (Photographs by Sarah H. Ladd and Maud Ainsworth) ......
Eleanor W. Macdonald
Hugh H. Herdman Arthur A. Greene
Byron E. Cooney E. B. Wall T. Shelley Sutton Arthur J. Burdick
E. Binney de Forest E. C. Pitzer Eleanor W. Macdonald Arno Dosch
T, Shelley Sutton Mabel Houghton Brown Kathryne Wilson
)ming Supremacy of the Pacific, The . . . Wolf Von Schierbrand
A series of papers on the development of the Pacific Coast.
553 509 455 227
350 565 483 335
344 573 479
Ida E. Albee Christobel Sobey Leiter Laurel Kelsay
msider the Lilies (Illustrated Poem) .
id's Birthday Party (Story)
mce at Beaver Creek, The (Story)
ivenport, Homer (Portrait)
Jcorative Sculpture at the Lewis and Clark Exposition Anabel P. McCann
?fense of the Eanch, The (Story)
inner With Senora ....
Giving recipes of famous Spanish dishes
scord (A Sketch) ....
scrimination of St. Joseph, The (Story)
T. L. Graham Laura Grover Smith
Emma Eoll Edwards Miriam Cruikshank
484-574 208 151 359
408 81 69
367 465 Dream, A (Story) Vlasta Houdek 61
Driving the Iron Stallions Down to Drink . . . Frank Ira White 512
The second great era of transcontinental railroad building of the Pacific Coast.
Eden Postponed Christobel Sobey Leiter
Ethics of Emotion, The (Story) Byron E. Cooney
Events: A review of the most important activities of the month
First in Tara, The (Story)
First Western Athletic Championships, The Illustrated.
Fir Tree on Elliott Bay, The (Story)
Four Winds of Heaven, The (Poem) From the Heart of a Eose (Story) .
Gentleman Jim (Story) Illustrated.
Girl from Oregon, A (Story)
Glad Tidings on the Hackamore (Story) Illustrated by Murray Wade.
Goode, H. W., President of the Lewis and Clark Ex position (Portrait) ....
Grafters and Fakers
Illustrated by original drawings.
Grand Canyon of the Colorado, The (Views)
Grandmother Flint (Story) ....
Greatest Thing in the World, The (Story)
Hater of Matrimony, A (Story)
Haynes, War Correspondent (Story)
How the Pinto Ponies Got Their Spots (Story)
Henry E. Dosch
Herbert W. Kerrigan
H. H. Metcalf Elizabeth Vore
Henry Waldorf Francis Arthur A. Greene
Arthur A. Greene
M. M. Picken
A. Lawrence Gritchel
F. Eoney Weir
J. Gordon Smith
23 4f 4^ 2(
Hugh H. Herdman
Charles Erskine Scott Wood
Eussia; The Whipping Post; Japanese Naval Victory; Interstate Protective Tariff; Charles B. Bellinger; Frenzied Finance; Oregon Land Frauds (100); Mutiny On the Eussian Battleship, Kuiaz Potemkin, and Eevolution at Odessa; Chinese Exclusion; Woman Suffrage; Tyranny of Majorities; Baseball; Anarchy (198); Admiral Jones a Pirate; The Press and the Odessa Mutiny; Eussian Patriots (298); Peace and Progress; Japanese Indemnity; Eussia's Need; Economic Opposition to War; Anarchy; Police; Is Ignorance Purity?; Eetreat- ing Freedom (399); Frenzied and Tainted Finance; John D. Eockefeller and Marshall Field; Three Things to Ponder; Selfishness and Unselfishness; Life Insurance and Assurance; De Profundis (498); Sheepskins; Good Eoads; Oregon Land Frauds (600).
In Defiance of Fate (Story) . . . . .. . E. P. Josenhaus
Indian Head (A Study in portraiture)
Into New Fields ..............
Irrigation in Southern California
It Passeth Undejstanding (Story) ....
Jake McLean (Drawing by Homer Davenport, previous- ly unpublished) .......
Juvenile Sceptic and the Policeman, The (Story) . Illustrated by E. Colburne.
Lafayette at La Grange (an old letter illustrated by an
William E. Smytho Elizabeth Lambert Wood
Ellie Mills Lee
old sketch) Land of Sunshine. The Illustrated.
ast Stump, The (Story) Illustrated.
G. H. Henry
3C0 (Story) R. C. Pitzer
uck of Jimmy Darrow, The (Story) ...... Dennis H. Stovall
- adonita (Story) J. Smeaton Chase
atsu-No-Kata (Story) . Sinclair Lewis
ecca for Astronomers, A — Mt. Wilson Solar Obsevatory Frank G, Martin Illustrated.
editerranean of America, The John Muir
Illustrated by Views of Puge.t Sound.
issing Missile, The (Story) Frank M. Becknell
Momentous Struggle for the Mastery of the Pacific Harvey W. Scott Introductory article to the series by Wolfe Von Schierbrand, Ph. D Illustrated.
other Prays, The (Poem) Ella Higginson
rs. Farleigh the Second (Story)
y Gentleman Gardener (Story) . Illustrated.
ew Salton Sea, The
ez Perce Lullaby, A (Poem)
ielson, M. P., a New Sculptor on the Coast Illustrated.
Florence Martin Eastland A. W. Sarel
Frank G. Martin Winfred Chandler
593 270 545
Belle W. Cooke
Kate A. Hall
ating on Puget Sound, An .... Illustrated from drawings by Clyde Cooke.
linter of "Frivolous Girls," The— Henrietta Whit field Dunn .......
Illustrated by her own drawings.
eople — Places — Things (Illustrated) :
Waterfall; Five-Hundred-Dollar Gold Slipper; Squaw Carrying Watermelon; The Church of Our Lady; The Oldest House in the State of Washington; Ladies' Grill, Seattle; The Rainier Club (136); Tourmaline in California; a Barrack in a Los Angeles Pigeon Farm; A Dog-on Calf -lined Pumpkin; A California Live Oak; Meditation; Gallery of a Southern California Mission; Waterhole in Arizona (291); The Massive Santa Ana Bridge (396); Colonel Joe Meek; Gem Mining in California (494).
ersonal Narrative of Homer Davenport Illustrated by his famous cartoons.
Part I . '
The Effect of the Exposition; The Portage Road; Portland and Lumber; Min- ing; Irrigation (106); The Upbuilding of Alaska; The New Forest Reserve; Idaho Mines; Activity in Baker County, Oregon; Railroad Building; Panama Canal Purchasing Agency; The Klamath Project; State Funds for Irrigation; Pacific Coast Exports (204); The Western Pacific Railway; To Open Up Coos County; Oregon Railroad Projects; Lewiston Triumphant; A Trans-Isthmian
r Railway; The Northwest Breaking the Crop Record; Los Angeles' Drinking Water (304); Exposition a Financial Success; A Bumper Wheat Crop; Central Oregon Suffers; The Columbia Southern and Great Southern; The Canadian Fair (404); The Stock Show, Lewis and Clark Exposition, by Mrs. E. W. Bingham (503); Business Excursions; Progress of the North Bank Road (605).
•ophecy, A (Poem)
ush Button, The (Story)
Henry Clinton George George Whitford
112 153 Question of Identity, A (Story) ....
Romance of a Cattle Ranch, A (Story)
Romance of the Little Old Maid, The (Story)
Rural 'Phone, The (Story)
Russia's Struggle for Freedom ....
Sacajawea (Poem) E. F. Eldridge
Santa Monica by the Sea .........
Illustrated. Seattle Realty ............
Florence M. Eastland T. Shelley Sutton Eva B. Pillsbury .Linda Jennings William H, Galvani William H. Galvani
Seattle the Queen City ......
Significance of the Lewis and Clark Exposition, The Illustrated.
Singing Kid, The (Story) ....
Situation in Panama, The .... Illustrated.
Siwash Hop Picker, The (Illustration)
Social Life of the Lewis and Clark Exposition Illustrated.
Daniel L. Pratt
Eva Emery Dye
Hon. John Barrett
Annie Laura Miller T. Shelley Sutton
Song of the Western Winter Wren, The (Poem)
Spectre of the Sands, The (Story)
Stage, The (Illustrated):
Mrs. Fiske in "Leah Kleschna, " by Frank Branch Riley (285); Blanch Bates, in "The Girl of the Golden West"; Maxine Elliott; Florence Roberts; Minnie Tittle Brune; Lillian Lawrence (391); Lucia Moore; Dunstan Farnum; William Collier; Eleanor Robson; White Whittlesy (490); Madame Calve; Will R. Walling; George Bloomquest; Henrietta Grossman; Virginia Brissac; Alice Johnson (595).
Stalking Birds of Prey With a Camera (Illustrated)
Fourth paper on Bird Life by William Lovell Finley. Photographs by Her- man T. Bohlman.
Story of the Lewis and Clark Exposition, The . . John A. Morris
Story of Three Bumps, The (Story) .... Ben F. Morris
Strategy in Physic, A (Story) . . . . . Charles Ellis Newell
Tanaka the Coward (Story) J. Gordan Smith
Thing that Impressed Me Most at the Exposition, The Kathryne Wilson With illustrations of the Forestry Building.
To Lady Alice Courteney (Poem) David Starr Jordan
Through the Wonderland of Alaska Daniel L. Pratt
Triumph of "The Palouse," The ArnoDosch
United States Armored Cruiser, The Pennsylvania (Illustration) ....
Value of the Small Cottage, The Guy W. Wadsworth, D. D.
Venice in California ..........'...
Views (Editorial) William Bittle Wells
The political Situation in Oregon; The Moral of the Russian Defeat; The Seventh Year (95); Mistakes; An Encouraging Outlook (194); The Mission of Japan (297); Detectives; An Unexpected Result (403); The Ultimate Step (497).
Way He Took, The (Story) Ella Smith Kraal
When the War Eagle Throbbed (Story) . . . C. H. Honry
Yosemite Valley, The (Views from photographs repro- duced for the first time) ...........