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THE OUTLOOK 18 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE OUTILOK COMPANY, 381 FOURTH AVENUE, NEW YORK. LAWRENCE P. ABBOTT, PRESIDENT. N. T. PULSIPER, VICE-PRESIDENT. FRANK C. HOYT, TREASURER. ERNEST H. ABBOTT, SECRETARY. TRAVERS D. CARMAN, ADVERTISING DIREOTOR.
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Why Are Prices Still So High ?.. 5 Mr. Lauck's Charges
5 Is This Makeshift Legislation ?........ 6 Oil Before Honor-and No Assurance of the Oil....
6 Baseball Put on Trial
6 Tell It to Uncle..
7 Cartoons Selected by Outlook Readers Bringing Germany to Terms..
8 The Pledge to South America.
8 The President of Cuba ...
9 A Princely Scientist....
9 Education “ By the People
9 The New Antioch...
10 Property Rights and Human Welfare :
A Supreme Court Decision... 10 A New Bill of American Rights.. 11 Right and Wrong.
12 Mary Stuart..
12 The Colombian Treaty : A Poll of the Press..
13 Canadian-American Relations...
15 Special Correspondence by D. M. le Bourdais Athletes-Present and Future...
16 A Sight for Old Salts ....
17 Snap-Shots of My Contemporaries : Rutherford B. Hayes-Peacemaker.. 18
By Lyman Abbott
21 By Frederick M. Davenport The Tyrant ...
24 By One Who Knew Him Warning (Poem).
25 By Amelia Josephine Burr Peace in Poland..
26 Pictures of the City of Vilna as Seen by a
Red Cross Worker The Book Table :
William De Morgan's Last Novel... 27 The New Books..
28 This Week's Outlook : A Weekly Outline Study of Current History .
By J. Madison Gatbany Contributors' Gallery .....
31 Salt and Balm for Fresh Wounds.. 32 Melodrama.
34 By the Way....
38 Announcement of Prize Winners of The
Outlook's Second Prize Contest.... 40
THE LITTLE BACK ROOM
By E. S. CHAMBERLAYNE The hero of this novel, mixed up in the politics of his town, after years full to overflow with social and political adventures, finds to his surprise that he has ideals. Much interesting, action comes both before and after this discovery and makes a very human story.
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