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Issued Monthly with

Illustrations

MARCH TO MAY 1910

Volume 58

CHAUTAUQUA PRESS
CHAUTAUQUA, NEW YORK.

Copyright Chautauqua Press

1910

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PUBLIC LIBRARY

INDEX
March to May 1910, Volume 54
ASTOR, LENOX"119

FOUNDHOGI 436.

Abu

DATES KATHARINE LEE. Philae, 212; Abu Simbel, 436.

BREASTED, JAMES Henry. A Reading Journey Through Egypt, 40,

184, 333

C. L. S. C. Round Table: Class of 1910, 125; Summer Plans, 126;

Up and at It, 127; A Palatable Remedy, 128; Chautauqua in

Winter, 129; Christmas in the Hall of Christ, !32; Letters from

1909, 134; Programs and Questions and Answers, 138-141 ;

News from Readers and Circles, 141; East and West (Mat-

thew Arnold), 270; A Field for Friendship in the Class of

1910, 270; For Star Gazers, 271; Chautauqua at Battle Creek,

272; Graduate Circles, 272; Classical Treasures in the Metro-

politan Museum, 273; A French Enthusiast, 274; Victor Hugo,

275; Programs, 276, 277, 280; Questions and Answers, 283,

284, 285; News from Circles and Readers, 286; 1910 Report

Blanks, 437; Mountain Lake Park, 438; 1910 Banner, 440; Rail.
road Travel Made Easy, 440; Characters in the Homeric
Stories, 440; Closing Programs, 442; Programs, 443, 444;

Questions and Answers, 444, 445-448.
Celestial Menagerie, The, 419.
Characters in the Homeric Stories, 430.
Cooke GEORGE Willis. Woman in the Progress of Civilization, 19,

166, 310.

GRIFFIN, FRANK LOxley. Halley's Comet and Others, 400.

Egypt-A Reading Journey Through: VII. Esneh, El Kab, and

Edfu, 40; VIII. The First Cataract: Aswan and Philae, 184;

IX. Nubia, 333

Halley's Comet and Others, 400.

Highways and Byways: A Permanent International Court of Arbi.

tration, 3; The President's Legislative Program, 4; Income
Tax Amendment, 7; Lynching and the Law's Delay, 9; The
"Insurgents" and Party Regulation, 10; Uniform Legislation
and the "House of Governors," 12; Neutralization of the Man-
churian Railroads, 14; The Strange and Uncertain Result in
England, 16; Political Situation, 149; Investigating Increased
Cost of Living, 151; "Short Ballot” Movement, 152; Boycott,
Labor, and the Trust Act, 154; Two New States for the
Union, 156; Unemployment and Labor Exchanges, 158; Suf-
frage Reform in Prussia, 160; Struggle in England, 162; New
C. L. S. C. Course, 164; Anti-Cannon Uprising, 293; Postal
Savings Banks, 294; Mr. Rockefeller's Benevolent Trust, 299;
Big Ships, War Talk, and Peace, 301 ; Old Age Pensions in
France, 303; Reform of the British Lords, 305; The Political

Drift, and Parties, 307.
Historic Types of Architecture: VII. Greek Doric Architecture, 64;

VIII. Greek Architecture-The Parthenon, 213; IX. Roman

Architecture, 361.

Lihrary Shelf: Laws of Ptolemy Philadelphus, 122; The Scarab, 263.

May (Poem), 437

Orion and Gemini, 113.

Peace Propaganda, 433.

Philae (Poem), 212.

Pilcher Lewis FREDERICK. Types of Architecture, 64, 213, 361.

SNOWDEN, Mrs. PHILIP. Woman Suffrage in Great Britain, 97.

SPENCER, EDMUND. May, 437.
Star Myth of Hercules, 248.
Talk About Books, 145, 289, 448.
Vesper Hour, The Immanence of God, 109; Humility with Respect

to Intellectual Attainments (Thomas A' Kempis), 267; Peace

(Thomas A' Kempis), 268.
VINCENT CHANCELLOR John H. The Vesper Hour, 109, 267.
WALKER, AGNES. Characters in Homer's Stories, 430.
Woman in the Progress of Civilization: VII. Woman in the Era of

Revolution, 19; VIII. Social Idealism and Suffrage for Wo-

men, 166; IX. Woman's Influence on Civilization, 310.

Woman Suffrage Movement in Great Britain, 97.

PICTURES.

Battle Creek Sanitarium, 278, 279.

Bellerophon and Pegasus, 428.

Chautauqua in Winter, 130, 131.

Comets, 403, 404, 405, 408, 410.

Cupid and Dolphin, 425.

Dejanira and Nessus, 424.

Diana, 115.

Dioskoroi, One of the, 118.

Egypt, A Reading Journey through: Dahabiyeh Voyage, 43, 44;

Denderah Temple, 46; Esneh Temple, 46; Cliff Tomb at El Kab,

47; Modern Village of Edfu, 48; Monolithic Shrine, 49; Cliff

Tomb at El Kab—Decorations, 49; Edfu Temple, 50, 51, 53,

54, 55, 56, 57; Esneh Temple 50; 3000 B. C. or 1910 A. D., 58;

Island of Philae, 148, 195, 196, 201, 207; At the foot of the First

Cataract, 194; Inscription on Island of Sehel, 197; Ninety-two-

Foot Obelisk, 197; Ancient Nilometer, 198; View from the

Western Cliffs, Elephantine, 199; Colonnaded Hall in Kom

Obo Temple, 200; Cliff-Tomb of Sebni and Mekhu, 202; Door

of Harkhui's Tomb, 202; Cliff-Shrines at Silsileh, 203; Letter

of Pepi II, 203; Hospital Garden, and Shipping of Aswan, 204;

Open Sluice Gates of Aswan, 205; A Corner of the Market,

Aswan, 206; Funeral on Elephantine, 208; Western Cliff and

Tombs of Elephantine Nobles, 208; Head of Colossus of Ram-

ses II, 293; View Across Uppermost Lock above Aswan, 341;

University of Chicago Dahabiyeh, 341 ; Village and Temple of

Kalabsheb, 342; Abu Simbel Temple, 343 ; Pillared Hall in Tem-

ple of Amada. 343; Nile and Desert in Dongoia Province, 341;

Temple of Sebna, 346; Temple of Amenhotep II at Soleb,

347; Ruins Desert Palace of Family of Queen Candace, 347;

Tomb of Mahdi, 348; Abu Simbel Temple, 349; Cliff Temples

and Monuments of Abu Simbel, 350; Temple of Abu Simbel,

351; Up the Nile from Fortress of Kasr Ibrim, 352; Fortress

of Ibrim, 353 ; Wilds of Fourth Cataract Region, 354; Mount

Barkal, 354.

Ganymede and Eagle, 425.

Gemini, 116.

Hercules, 249, 250, 251, 252, 256, 258, 259, 262.

Historic Types of Architecture: Temple, Island of Aegina, 67;

Vale of Delphi, 68; Octagonal Pier at Aegina, 68; Grotto Tem-

ple of Apollo, Delos, 60; Hecatompedon, Athens, 70, 71: Tem-

ple of Poseidon, 72; "Basilica," Paestum, 73; Temple of Dem-

eter, Paestum, 73; Temple of Concord, Agrigentum, 74; The

Thesion, Athens, 75; Temple of Castor and Pollux, Agrigen-

tum, 76; Temple, Island of Aegina, 77; Detail of Parthenon,

78; Temple of Apollo Epicurius at Phegalaea, 79; The Heraion,

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