McClure's Magazine, Vol. 31, No. 1, May 1908
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McClure's Magazine, Vol. 31, No. 1, May 1908

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  • McClure's Magazine
  • May, 1908.
    • Vol. XXXI. No. 1
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
      • ILLUSTRATIONS
      • "FOR FOUR LONG SUMMER MONTHS OF DUST AND HEAT CASSIDY HAD BEEN A FREIGHTER."
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
    • "FOR FOUR LONG SUMMER MONTHS OF DUST AND HEAT CASSIDY HAD BEEN A FREIGHTER."
  • THE MISADVENTURES OF CASSIDY
    • "'I'VE SOLD THEM WHEELERS!'"
      • "NEAREST TO THE ROUGH PINE BOX STOOD THE WIDOW, WITH LOWERED EYES"
      • "'I HEREBY PRONOUNCE YUH MAN AND WIFE!'"
    • "NEAREST TO THE ROUGH PINE BOX STOOD THE WIDOW, WITH LOWERED EYES"
    • "'I HEREBY PRONOUNCE YUH MAN AND WIFE!'"
  • MARY BAKER G. EDDY
    • THE STORY OF HER LIFE AND THE HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
    • XIII
      • TRAINING THE VINE—A STUDY IN MRS. EDDY'S PREROGATIVES AND POWERS
      • Mrs. Eddy's Last Class
      • Mrs. Eddy and the Press
      • GREETING THE PILGRIMS
      • Mrs. Eddy and the Peerage
      • GEORGE WASHINGTON GLOVER
      • Suit Brought by Mrs. Eddy's Son
      • THE MOTHER CHURCH IN BOSTON
      • MRS. EDDY'S NEW HOME AT CHESTNUT HILL
      • Mrs. Eddy's Removal to Newton
      • Mrs. Eddy at Eighty
      • Preaching Prohibited
      • The "Reader" Restricted
      • Why the Readers Obeyed
      • Mrs. Stetson and Mrs. Eddy
      • The Teachers Disciplined
      • How the Mother Church is Organized
      • How Mrs. Eddy Controls the Branch Churches
      • The Publication Committee
      • The Publishing Society
      • Christian Science Lectures
      • Missionaries
      • Board of Education
      • Obligations of the Individual Christian Scientist
      • Supreme Authority
      • Actual Size of Mrs. Eddy's Following
    • TRAINING THE VINE—A STUDY IN MRS. EDDY'S PREROGATIVES AND POWERS
    • Mrs. Eddy's Last Class
    • Mrs. Eddy and the Press
    • GREETING THE PILGRIMS
    • Mrs. Eddy and the Peerage
    • GEORGE WASHINGTON GLOVER
    • Suit Brought by Mrs. Eddy's Son
    • THE MOTHER CHURCH IN BOSTON
    • MRS. EDDY'S NEW HOME AT CHESTNUT HILL
    • Mrs. Eddy's Removal to Newton
    • Mrs. Eddy at Eighty
    • Preaching Prohibited
    • The "Reader" Restricted
    • Why the Readers Obeyed
    • Mrs. Stetson and Mrs. Eddy
    • The Teachers Disciplined
    • How the Mother Church is Organized
    • How Mrs. Eddy Controls the Branch Churches
    • The Publication Committee
    • The Publishing Society
    • Christian Science Lectures
    • Missionaries
    • Board of Education
    • Obligations of the Individual Christian Scientist
    • Supreme Authority
    • Actual Size of Mrs. Eddy's Following
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • IN CHARGE OF TRUSTY
    • "'I'SE JUS 'BLIGE WHUP 'IM ALL DE WAY TER SCHOOL'"
      • "I KIN GET 'EM YERE, EF YER WANTS."
      • "TWO SMALL FIGURES PUSHED THEIR WAY INTO THE ROOM"
      • "THAT LITTLE BOY, SMILED THE ROSY-CHEEKED GENTLEMAN"
    • "I KIN GET 'EM YERE, EF YER WANTS."
    • "TWO SMALL FIGURES PUSHED THEIR WAY INTO THE ROOM"
    • "THAT LITTLE BOY, SMILED THE ROSY-CHEEKED GENTLEMAN"
  • FIRST DAYS OF THE RECONSTRUCTION
    • BY
      • CARL SCHURZ
      • The First Crop Without Slaves
      • Restless Foot-loose Negroes
      • MAJOR-GENERAL O. O. HOWARD
      • The Freedmen's Bureau
      • Pickles and Patriotism
      • A PHOTOGRAPH OF GENERAL HOWARD, TAKEN AT GOVERNOR'S ISLAND IN 1893
      • The South's Hopeless Poverty
      • MAJOR-GENERAL H. W. SLOCUM
      • Johnson's Haste for Reconstruction
      • MAJOR-GENERAL H. W. SLOCUM
      • MAJOR-GENERAL E. R. S. CANBY
      • Arming the Young Men of the South
      • SENATOR WILLIAM LEWIS SHARKEY
      • The President Defends Southern Militia
      • Criticism and Personal Discomfort
      • The End of an Aristocracy
      • An Ungracious Reception
      • Why the President Reversed his Policy
      • Congress and General Grant's Report
    • CARL SCHURZ
    • The First Crop Without Slaves
    • Restless Foot-loose Negroes
    • MAJOR-GENERAL O. O. HOWARD
    • The Freedmen's Bureau
    • Pickles and Patriotism
    • A PHOTOGRAPH OF GENERAL HOWARD, TAKEN AT GOVERNOR'S ISLAND IN 1893
    • The South's Hopeless Poverty
    • MAJOR-GENERAL H. W. SLOCUM
    • Johnson's Haste for Reconstruction
    • MAJOR-GENERAL H. W. SLOCUM
    • MAJOR-GENERAL E. R. S. CANBY
    • Arming the Young Men of the South
    • SENATOR WILLIAM LEWIS SHARKEY
    • The President Defends Southern Militia
    • Criticism and Personal Discomfort
    • The End of an Aristocracy
    • An Ungracious Reception
    • Why the President Reversed his Policy
    • Congress and General Grant's Report
  • THE FLOWER FACTORY
  • THE SILLY ASS
    • "HE COULD HEAR THE CRASH, SEE THE GREAT BOW SINKING"
      • II
    • II
  • WAR ON THE TIGER
    • "FIRST A MAGNIFICENT YELLOW HEAD EMERGES, THEN THE LONG, LITHE BODY"
      • HOWDAH ELEPHANT TRAINING MADE EASY
      • LAST WALL OF DEFENSE
      • SLAYER OF SEVENTY-SIX NATIVES LAID LOW AT LAST
      • TIGRESS ALSO IS SLAIN
    • HOWDAH ELEPHANT TRAINING MADE EASY
    • LAST WALL OF DEFENSE
    • SLAYER OF SEVENTY-SIX NATIVES LAID LOW AT LAST
    • TIGRESS ALSO IS SLAIN
  • THE RADICAL JUDGE
    • "'WADICAL!'"
      • "AN UNTIDY MIDGET FOLLOWING CLOSELY AT HIS HEELS"
      • "HOPE CAROLINA, FROM HER MARVELOUS BED, COULD SEE EVERYTHING THAT WAS GOING ON IN THE RADICAL JUDGE'S GARDEN"
      • "FOREVER TURNING BACK TO KISS HIM, WITH HER HANDS FULL OF FLOWERS, AND WITH THE PEACOCKS TRAILING BESIDE"
      • "IT WAS THE QUAINT CUSTOM AT FUNERALS IN FAIRVILLE TO FOLLOW MOURNERS IN LINE FROM THE GRAVE"
    • "AN UNTIDY MIDGET FOLLOWING CLOSELY AT HIS HEELS"
    • "HOPE CAROLINA, FROM HER MARVELOUS BED, COULD SEE EVERYTHING THAT WAS GOING ON IN THE RADICAL JUDGE'S GARDEN"
    • "FOREVER TURNING BACK TO KISS HIM, WITH HER HANDS FULL OF FLOWERS, AND WITH THE PEACOCKS TRAILING BESIDE"
    • "IT WAS THE QUAINT CUSTOM AT FUNERALS IN FAIRVILLE TO FOLLOW MOURNERS IN LINE FROM THE GRAVE"
  • POVERTY AND DISCONTENT IN RUSSIA
    • PAUL MILYUKOV
      • P. A. STOLYPIN
    • P. A. STOLYPIN
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • "THE HEART KNOWETH"
  • IN THE DARK HOUR
  • "OLIVIA" AND "FAUST" AT THE LYCEUM[41]
    • ELLEN TERRY AS "OLIVIA"
      • ELLEN TERRY AS OLIVIA
      • "Olivia" a Family Play
      • HENRY IRVING AS THE VICAR
      • Ellen Terry and Eleanora Duse
      • H. BEERBOHM TREE WHO PLAYED WITH ELLEN TERRY IN "THE AMBER HEART"
      • "Faust"
      • ELEANORA DUSE WITH LENBACH'S CHILD
      • ELLEN TERRY AS ELLALINE IN "THE AMBER HEART"
      • George Alexander and the Barmaids
      • "Faust" a Paradoxical Success
      • HENRY IRVING AS MEPHISTOPHELES IN "FAUST"
      • Irving on Long Runs
      • Irving's Mephistopheles
      • ELLEN TERRY
      • ELLEN TERRY'S FAVOURITE PHOTOGRAPH AS OLIVIA
      • "Faust's" Four Hundred Ropes
      • ELLEN TERRY AS OLIVIA AND HENRY IRVING AS THE VICAR IN WILLS' PLAY "OLIVIA"
      • ELLEN TERRY AS MARGUERITE IN "FAUST"
    • ELLEN TERRY AS OLIVIA
    • "Olivia" a Family Play
    • HENRY IRVING AS THE VICAR
    • Ellen Terry and Eleanora Duse
    • H. BEERBOHM TREE WHO PLAYED WITH ELLEN TERRY IN "THE AMBER HEART"
    • "Faust"
    • ELEANORA DUSE WITH LENBACH'S CHILD
    • ELLEN TERRY AS ELLALINE IN "THE AMBER HEART"
    • George Alexander and the Barmaids
    • "Faust" a Paradoxical Success
    • HENRY IRVING AS MEPHISTOPHELES IN "FAUST"
    • Irving on Long Runs
    • Irving's Mephistopheles
    • ELLEN TERRY
    • ELLEN TERRY'S FAVOURITE PHOTOGRAPH AS OLIVIA
    • "Faust's" Four Hundred Ropes
    • ELLEN TERRY AS OLIVIA AND HENRY IRVING AS THE VICAR IN WILLS' PLAY "OLIVIA"
    • ELLEN TERRY AS MARGUERITE IN "FAUST"
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • THE LIE DIRECT
    • BY
      • CAROLINE DUER
    • CAROLINE DUER
  • THE WAYFARERS
    • BY
      • MARY STEWART CUTTING
      • XV
      • XVI
      • XVII
      • XVIII
      • "MRS. LEVERICH BOWED INCIDENTALLY"
      • "WITH EYES FOR NOBODY ELSE"
      • "FLOWERS AND CHILDREN—CHILDREN AND FLOWERS!"
      • "'THE LITTLE SPIDER WON'T HURT YOU'"
      • "'NEVER LET HIM COME HERE AGAIN—NEVER, NEVER!'"
    • MARY STEWART CUTTING
    • XV
    • XVI
    • XVII
    • XVIII
    • "MRS. LEVERICH BOWED INCIDENTALLY"
    • "WITH EYES FOR NOBODY ELSE"
    • "FLOWERS AND CHILDREN—CHILDREN AND FLOWERS!"
    • "'THE LITTLE SPIDER WON'T HURT YOU'"
    • "'NEVER LET HIM COME HERE AGAIN—NEVER, NEVER!'"
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