McClure's Magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 4, August 1908
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McClure's Magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 4, August 1908

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Table of Contents
  • McClure’s Magazine
  • August, 1908.
    • Vol. XXXI. No. 4
  • Table of Contents
  • Illustrations
  • EDITORIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FIVE ARTICLES
    • LETTERS TO THE CZAR
    • RUSSIA’S SECRET NATIONAL PROGRAM
    • KUROPATKIN’S FORTY YEARS OF SERVICE
  • TALKS WITH BISMARCK
    • Bismarck’s Sarcastic Humor
    • Forcing the War with Austria
    • Bismarck’s Test of Von Moltke
    • “War with France in Two Years”
  • THE FOREHANDED COLQUHOUNS
    • I
    • II
  • LAST YEARS WITH HENRY IRVING
    • “Macbeth”
    • The “Macbeth” Rehearsals
    • Sargent Paints Ellen Terry as Lady Macbeth
    • Burne-Jones at “Macbeth”
    • “The Dead Heart”
    • A Letter From Burne-Jones
    • “Ravenswood”
    • “Nance Oldfield”
    • “Henry VIII.”
    • Other Plays
  • THE LOST MOTHER
  • PATSY MORAN THE BOOK AND ITS COVERS
  • ARCTIC COLOR
    • Borissoff Becomes a Samoyed
    • Painting in a Temperature of 30° Below Zero
    • Traveling With a Woman Scout
    • Borissoff’s Pilgrimage to the Last Pagan Shrines of Europe
    • An Ill-Fated Expedition
    • The Abandonment of the Ship
    • Drifting Out to Sea on Floes of Ice
    • Making a Fire with Seal Fat
    • The Party Rescued by Samoyeds
    • Borissoff’s Revelation of Arctic Color
  • THE TAVERN
  • A STORY OF HATE
    • I
    • II
  • HIS NEED OF MIS’ SIMONS
  • PROHIBITION AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    • The Fundamental Evil of American Public Opinion
    • “Better England Free Than England Sober?”
    • The Lonely Drinker of the Temperance Town
    • Our Greatest Danger—Disregard for Law
    • Are We About to Prohibit Meat and Tea?
    • A Spring Flood of Emotional Legislation
    • Alcohol and the Brain
    • The Case Psychologically
    • Drying up a Nation Emotionally
    • The Temperance Experiment in Mohammedanism
    • The Securing of Temperance
  • THE MOVING FINGER WRITES
    • I
    • II
  • A BUNK-HOUSE AND SOME BUNK-HOUSE MEN
    • The Gathering of the Men who Were
    • “The Hardest Work Is No Work at All”
    • Graf von “Habenichts”
    • The Tale of the Old German Noble
    • A Statesman Under a Cloud
    • A St. Francis of the Bunk-house
    • “Doc,” our Volunteer Organist
    • Gar, Bouncer of the Bismarck
  • THE KING OF THE BABOONS
  • ONE HUNDRED CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CURES
    • Analysis of 100 “Cures”
      • Group I--Functional Or Nervous Disorders.
      • Group II—Apparently Organic Diseases.
      • Group III—Probably Functional Disorders.
    • Group I--Functional Or Nervous Disorders.
    • Group II—Apparently Organic Diseases.
    • Group III—Probably Functional Disorders.
    • Similarity of Christian Science Testimony
    • “Natural Selection” in the Christian Science Clinic
    • “Doctors Who Flood the World with Disease”
    • The Classic Methods Used by Christian Science
  • SOUTH STREET
  • THE INABILITY TO INTERFERE
  • EDITORIAL
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