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VOL. LIV. APRIL-SEPTEMBER, 1909

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BENEDICITON OF THE Woods, The. Illus. by William Kirkpatrick. John D. Hazen. 487

Blount's Patrol. Illus. by C. F. Peters. Ralph D. Keefer.

550

COLD DAY FOR LIONS. B. W. Mitchell..

751

CONSTABLE SMYTHE, N.W.M.P. Illus. by Alexander Popini. Ralph D. Keefer

142

CUPID–A THREE-POUNDER. Illus. by Howard Heath. Fritz Graves..

442

Dad Govan. Illus. by Power O'Malley. Charlton Lawrence Edholm.

157.

Duel in CUMMINGS, The Archibald Rutledge...

35

Don Coyote. Illus. by Arthur Crisp. Charles F. Holder.

692

FISHERMAN's Luck. Hansell Crenshaw..

33

Harlan's Finish. Illus. by John E. Jackson. Clarence E. Mulford...

94

LORD OF LACKAWAXEN CREEK, The. Illus. with photographs. Zane Grey

219

Love's LICENSED GUIDE. Illus. by Hubert Pollinger. Holman Day.

319

MAKING OF A Man, The. John Fleming Wilson.

683

MONTH IN A TENT, A. Illus. by Arthur Crisp. T. D. Pendleton..

402

MUNFORD. Illus. by J. W. Robson. Frank L. Packard...

61

Old Cronk's Ghost. D. R. Van Buren......

741

Old Mac's White LIE. Illus. by Remington Schuyler. Edward Huntington

Williams, M.D.

434

Power's Shack. Illus. by Clarence Rowe. Clarence Edward Mulford...

303

Sitika. Illus. by Neal A. Truslow. Bertram Atkey.

464

Story of SilverSCALES, THE. W. F. Backus....

278
SHANGHAIED. Illus. by Clarence Rowe. Clarence E. Mulford....

185
Test of A Code, A. Illus. by Clarence Rowe. James Oliver Curwood..

605
Their HOUSEBOAT VACATION. Illus. by Horace Taylor. George Ethelbert Walsh. 597
Uncle Ezra's Lion Hunt. Illus. by Roy Martell Mason. Norman H. Crowell...
White Man's Pluck. Edwin L. Sabin....

407

31

SPECIAL ARTICLES

575

744

331

643

180

BEYOND THE MEXICAN SIERRAS. Illus. with photos. Dillon Wallace:

1. A FORGOTTEN LAND

18

II. THE PEON AND THE LAND.

163

III. THE CAPITAL CITY OF Tepic....

288

IV. MEXCALTATAN AND THE LAGUNAS.

387

V. ON THE EDGE OF A BOOM IN SINALOA..

702

BIRD CASTLES IN THE Rocks. Illus with photos. Herbert K. Job....

352

Brook TROUT AND THEIR SURROUNDINGS. Illus. with photos. M. Lewis Crosby.. 259

BUILDING A RAILROAD—AND REBUILDING. Illus. with photos. Edward Hungerford. 3

CURIOSITIES OF LOUISIANA SEA ISLANDS. Illus. with photos. Herbert K. Job..... 418

CURRANT AND THE RASPBERRY, The. E. P. Powell. ...

412

Drawing Wild BIRDS IN THEIR Native Haunts. Illus. with photos and drawings

by Louis Agassiz Fuertes. David T. Wells..

565

ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH SHOOTINGS. Illus. with photos. Isaac N. Ford..

71

EVERYBODY'S VEGETABLE Garden. E. P. Powell..

44

Fellows OUT UPON The Line, The. Illus. with photos. Edward Hungerford..... 267

Five WOMEN ON THE Trail. Illus. with photos. Zephine Humphrey:

Part I.

195

Part II.

341

Part III.

427

FOREST Fires. Illus. with photos. James S. Whipple..

527

GATEWAYS OF AMERICAN CITIES. Illus. with photos. Edward Hungerford. 718

LAWMAKER AND THE AUTOMOBILE, The. T. O. Abbott....

613

LEARNING FROM THE PROFESSIONAL. Editorial....

762

LEAST OF These, The. Illus. with photos. Lewis Edwin Theiss.

LINGO of the Cow Country. John L. Cowan...

620

Malaria. Woods Hutchinson, A.M., M.D.....

150

MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE RAILROAD, The. Illus. with photos. Edward

Hungerford

451

MEN WHO OPERATE THE RAILROAD, THE. Illus. with photos. Edward Hungerford. 206

Our National Heritage. Illus. with photos. Conducted by Agnes C. Laut:

NATIONAL Water Power....

227

The Danger CONFRONTING OUR RESOURCES—AND THE REMEDY.

361

James J. Hill On Wheat, Dear BREAD, AND THE Remedy...

471

PUBLICITY AS A Cure. Dean L. H. Bailey

479

POLITICS AND CONSERVATION. Pres. Mell of Clemson College...

481

WILL THE GOVERNMENT OR INDIVIDUALS Preserve Forests? U. S. Forester

Smith....

482

Louis A. FUERTES, THE BIRD ARTIST, ON THE BIRD, THE CAT, AND THE Hat. 483

Action, Not Talk, is NEEDED. Senator Scott..

483

PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF THE Stage, The. · Illus. with photos. George Jean Nathan. 49

Pioneer MAID OF WAWAYANDA, THE. Frank Barkley Copley....

314

PLAYING FOR WHAT THERE IS IN IT. Illus. with photos. Percy M. Cushing.. 733

PORT OF VANISHED Fleets, A. XIV—"Old Salem Ships and Sailors." Ralph D.

104

SEPTEMBER, THE MONTH OF Ripeness. E. P. Powell....

697

672

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124

149

Clam Man, The. Percy M. Cushing..
Coyote Song. John S. Reed......
Dreamin'. Frederic Clarkson Law.

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425

GREAT SPORTS OF FOUR GREAT NATIONS. Drawings by C. F. Peters..

663
HELPINGA STUDY IN Home MakiNG. Painting in color. H. T. Dunn. ... Opp. p. 129
MR. Cassidy Ran Back To The Door. Illus. “Power's Shack.” Clarence Rowe. 258
"ONCE A Man Did Get THROUGH.” Illus. “Old Mac's White Lie.” Remington

Schuyler......
SOME Day We Will MEET AGAIN. Illus. “The Test of a Code." Clarence Rowe. 514

386

PUBLISHER'S SHOTS AT RANDOM

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him as difficult as those of the hunter or explorer, and ofttimes far more strenuous.

To find the models for his drawings an outdoor artist must travel many weary miles and wait hour in and hour out until his patience is rewarded or exhausted—though the latter never happens to Oliver Kemp. It never gives out, even in the face of constant peril that the charge of naturefaking may be laid against him by students of wild life—as it is in zoological gardens; for truth and a marvelous interpretation of nature amply characterize every painting he has ever made. Mr. Kemp's summers are spent, we would add in passing for many anxious inquirers, in a remote fastness of Maine.

ILLON WALLACE might have surprised us the other day, if we could

ever be feazed by any tangent on which he goes shooting off, when he walked in on us and coolly announced that he was on his way to the dock to depart for parts practically unknown, seldom visited, and totally undescribed. To our gasping question “Where?", for we wondered what undiscovered region had escaped our microscopic scan, he stirred our bewilderment still more when he answered, “To the Isthmus of Panama."

We supposed we knew the territory from the Gatun Dam to the scene of the latest Colombian revolution, but Mr. Wallaceand he ought to know-put us wise to the fact that there remains an unwritten-about district down below the Canal Zone which he proposes to open to view. The San Blas Indians inhabit it, and it is reputed to be a decidedly interesting, if rather breakneck, combination of swamp and mountain, with a generous allowance of jungle, morass, and miasma thrown in for good measure. Not entirely delectable for the ordinary traveler, but the term "ordinary” never fits Dillon Wallace, either in his journeyings or writings. Anyway, he was going and would we care for accounts of his journey. Would we?

Well, we made arrangements with him, then and there, for any account or all the accounts he would give us of this latent land. December or January should see this story ready for your reading as a fitting climax to his present series, “Beyond the Mexican Sierras."

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RRANGEMENTS have been
cluded with Walter Camp, Director

of Athletics at Yale University, to furnish THE OUTING MAGAZINE with a ries of six articles on important phases of amateur athletics. The first, “Heroes of the Gridiron,” will be published in the November number. It rings with college life and action. Every member of every college team in the country is a hero, actual or potential, to all who are now, expect to be, or ever have been in college, of whatever age, sex, or previous or future condition, together with all relatives and sweethearts of the same to the remotest degree and generation. You can readily see by what a land-wide clientele this Iliad of football will be read and reread. For two years Mr. Camp has been collecting matter for the article, as well as for the one which is to follow in December on Great Teams of the Past.”

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ND that reminds us! Speaking of trips-Oliver Kemp intends to take

one, and incidentally (of course) to sketch. It is an inimitable camp scene of his, by the way, that we are using as the frontispiece of our October number. Mr. Kemp calls this autumn's jaunt his “annual tour," and he is going to maneuver in the Rocky Mountain country. He'll come back from his Aitting with his portfolio loaded, as it always is, with rugged, virile studies well outside the usual. Paths await

\HE pursuit of literary fame has

many vicissitudes, and various are

the whiles its devotees ply to outwit the fickle goddess. For example, in a letter accompanying a poem recently submitted to us for publication this ingenious and ingenuous hint was dropped: “As this is my first attempt I do not think you ought to charge me anything for publishing it." We didn't.

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