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Edited by William Bittle Wells



Volume XIII

January, 1905 ^ June, 1905



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CHAS. E. LADD, President
J. THORBURN ROSS, Vice-President

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CONTENTS






Acoma — An Ancient Indian Pueblo in the Sky . . Elizabeth D. Lyon 254

ACTIONS (Department) . . 65, 131, 258, 323, 420

Devoted to the world's most important activities.

Adventure in Modern Photography, An .... William Lovell Finley 16
Illustrated with photographs by Herman T. Bohlman.

<'A11 the News" W. S. Eice 146

Anna Kash Kash Lee Moorehouse 340

Angela's Eomanee (Short Story) .... Belle Maniates 371

April (Poem) ......... Winifred Chandler 246

As Through a Glass Darkly (Short Story) . . Warwick James Price 240

Backwaters (Short Story) E. G. Adams 247

Banished Prince of Japan, The (Short Story) . . I. Newton Greene 384

Bird of Night, The William Lovell Finley 350

Illustrated with photographs by Herman T. Bohlman.

Blood Test, The (Short Story) T. L. Graham 177

California Ostrich, The . Kathron Kallock Hilton 251

Illustrated.

California's Public Parks Dennis H. Stovall 413

Chicken Industry on the Pacific Coast, The . . A. D. Burhams 188
Illustrated.

Columbia Eiver Scenery (from photographs by Sarah H. Ladd) .... . 35

Coming of the White Man, The Arno Dosch 50

Illustrated.

Coming of the White Man, The (Poem) . . . William P. Burns 117

Contrast, A Jean X. Bonneau 390

Cupid in California Clyde Scott Chase 398

Exodus of Slippery Jim, The (Short Story) . . Thomas E. Eogers 392

Family Guardian (Short Story) Paiil E. Triem 186

Glimpses Into Eussian History ..... H. S. Ellison 192

Happy-Go-Lucky (Short Story) J. B. Thornburg 52

Her Eefusal (Poem) Claude Thayer 402

Hill, James J Frontispiece

Hind Legs of the Elephant, The (Short Story) . . Alec Bruce 99

Honest Estimate, An (Short Story) .... Winfred Chandler 291

HUMOE (Department) Hugh Herdman

80, 144, 208, 272, 338, 430

lee Caves in Wa^iington Leander H, Wells 235

Illustrated.



CONTENTS— Continued



IMPEESSIONS (Department) Charles Erskine Scott Wood

Destiny (69); The Embattled Missionary (69); For Our Sins (69); The Charter
of the City of Portland (69); The Eusso-Japanese War (70); The Czar and the
Zemstvos (70); Argument (70) The Prince of Peace and the Big Stick (70);
Beginnings of Life and Thought (135); The Genesis of War (135); The Ore-
gon Land Frauds (136); The State as a Barber (136); Licenses (137); Journal-
ists and Turkeys (137); Journalism (137); The Celilo Canal (198); Interna-
tional Arbitration (198); Our Kevolution and Constitutional Government (198);
The Attempt to Amend the Oregon Constitution (198); Popular Indifference
to Political Dishonesty (199); Legislatures and Political Dishonesty (199);
Crooked Thinking (199); Paper Title of Land (199); Liberty (199); The Beef
Trust (200); Police Tyranny (200); School Children Hungry (200); The Little
Father and His Children (200); The Weather (262); The Primary Nomina-
tions (262); The Russian War (263); Land Title (263); The Churches and
John D. Rockefeller (327); Rockefeller Donations for Missions (423); An-
archy (423); Clean Markets (423); Religious Liberty (423); Chicago and
Street Cars (423); Direct Primary Nominations (424); What Does It Matter?
(424).

In Buffalo Days S. Isaman 125

Illustrated.

Individualism or Paternalism, Which? . . . Wallace McCamant 105

Irrepressible Poster, The Gertrude Metcalf 308

Illustrated.

Land of Joy, The C. W. Pefley 46

Illustrated by Merle Johnston.

Lewis and Clark Exposition, The 13

Illustrated.

LIGHT (Department) . . ' '. 74, 141, 204, 267, 332, 428

LITERATURE (Department) 72, 139, 202, 268, 334, 427

Logging Our Great Forests Richard H. Kennedy 24

Illustrated with photographs by Darius Kinsey.

Luck of the "Merry Christmas," The (Short Story) . Maud Sutton 388

Modern Methods in State Publicity 403

Illustrated.

Mt. Baker (Poem) I. Newton Greene 286

Illustrated.

Mt. Hood (Poem) Thomas Shipley Sutton 241

Illustrated.

Mt. Rainier (Poem) Orville V. Strapp 285

Illustrated.

Mt. St. Helens (Poem) . . . . , . Marian Seymour Thurston 243

Illustrated.

Mt. Shasta (Poem) . Sophia Day Lane 242

Illustrated.

National Irrigation Congress, The 408

New Factor in Oregon Journalism, The .... Felix Mitchell 57

Illustrated.

New Kitchens at the White House, The . . . Waldon Fawcett 10&

Illustrated.

Now United States Naval Academy, The . . . Waldon Fawcett 60

Illustrated.



CONTENTS— ContinueJ



OPTIMISM (Department) 71, 138, 201, 266, 333, 429

Oregon's Log Palace Edmund P. Shelton 221

Illustrated.

Originality of the Lewis and Clark Fair . . . W. E. Brindley 287

Illustrated.

Pen and Ink Sketch Max Newberry 82

PEOPLE— PLACES— THINGS (Department; illustrated)

Some Successful Railroad Men (3); Dropping a Big Tree in Its Tracks (3);
The Sight of Fort Clatsop (4) ; Eemoving the Last Earth at the Meeting Point
of the "North" and "South" Crews of the Great Northern Eailway Tun-
nel Under the City of Seattle (4); Sunset on Puget Sound (4); Wa-tis-te-
ne-ne (5); A Portion of the Great Northern Tunnel Under the City of Se-
attle (6); Another View of the Great Northern Tunnel (6); Chas. S. Fee
(6); Edward H. Harriman (7); Seeking New Fields of Combat (8); A. D.
Charlton (8); Mowbray Falls, Washington (8); The Cableway at Dry Creek
dam, Twin Falls Irrigation Co., in Idaho (9); A Group of Eailroad Ofl&cials
at Park City, Utah (9); A. L. Craig (9); The Chief of the Chilkats (10);
The Mausoleum of Gen. Jackson (10); The Eesult of the Day's Deer Shoot-
ing (10); Kunimyama (11); Statue of Frederick the Great (11); Joaquin
Miller's Funeral Pyre (H); Kutawat (12); Washington's New Governor
(83); A Freak of Nature (83); Washington's Farmer Congressman (84);
Studying Gull Chicks (84); In the Monte Crista Mountains (85); The Gila
Monster (86); The "Minnesota" (87); Eedwood Stump (88); The Alaska
Goose (88); Miss Alice Eoosevelt (89); Eed Mountain (90);. A Mammoth
Yellow Fir (91); Eastern Oregon Indian (92) ; Woman Giant Operator (147);
Twenty-four Mule Team (147); Perilous Dance (148); A Huge Log (148);
Analuk (148); Umatilla Indian Woman (149); View of New York (150);
Turkey Eaising in the Northwest (150); The Largest Searchlight in the World
(151); Navajo Weaver (152); Tuna Fishing (152); Goat Team in Alaska
(154); Experiments in Transportation (154); A Giant Fir (155); The Naturalist '

(166); Aguinaldo's Birthplace (211); Prince Mirsky (211); Crater Lake (212);
A Bear Totem (213); Czar Nicholas (214); The Czarina (215); The Anti-
Cigarette League (216); Rev. Wallace E. Struble (217); A Japanese Temple
(217); An Albino Deer (218); Summit of Mt. Shasta (218); Japanese Cartoon
(219); Bust of Washington (220); Senator Beveridge (275); Navajo Indian
Player (276); Funeral of a Japanese Soldier (277); Noted Alaska Indian Guide
(278); Twin Peaks of Mt. Baker (278); Darkey With Watermelon (279); A
Sunken Forest (280); An Easter Song, by Belle W. Cooke (281); Everett,
Wash. (284); Chinese Bride (284); Coronation Chair and Stone of Destiny
(341); Scene in California Park (341); Sunset, Puget Sound (342); "Glory
Hole," Tread well Mine, Alaska, (343); Douglas City, Alaska, (343); Ketchi-
kan, Alaska, (344); W, B. Sherman (345); E. L. Lincoln (345); Lynch Collec-
tion of Indian Baskets (345) ; National Good Eoads (346) ; Speckled Beauties
(346); U. S. S. Colorado (347); Moonlight on Puget Sound (348); Statue of
Sacajawea (349).

'Phone's Fault, The (Short Story) .... Mabel Hoover Post 391

Photographing in a Heron Village .... William Lovell Finley 296

Illustrated with photographs by Herman T. Bohlman.

Portland, the Eose City Einaldo Minton Hall 360

Illustrated.

Professional Surprise, A (Short Story) .... Hugh Herdman 385

PROGEESS (Department) 75, 142, 205, 269, 336

Progress of the Lewis and Clark Exposition . . Frank L. Merrick 157

Hlustrated.



CONTENTS-Continued

Punishment in China C. B. Perkins 180

Illustrated.

Rogue, The — Oregon's Matchless River . . . Dennis H. Stovall 160

Illustrated.

Rogue Without Reproach, A (Short Story) . . . Henry Wilton Thomas 377

Rosa Summer Hair .... ... Lee Moorehouse 210

Scene Near Lyle on the Columbia River ......... 274

Reproduced in colors from a photograph by Sarah H. Ladd.

Stanford Museum, The Debora Otis 95

Illustrated.

State and Foreign Participation in the Lewis and Clark Exposition ... 93
Illustrated.

Successful Faint, A (Short Story) .... Frank M. Bicknell 302

Sunset Sketch in Siwash, A (Short Story) . . . C. J. Kennedy 122

Suppressed Chapter, A (Short Story) .... Walter M. Egginton 381

Surf, The (Six Photographic Studies by W. S. Rice) 171

Swallows, The (Poem) William Barnes 256

Tip from Jupiter, A (Short Story) .... Charles Ellis Newell 230

Trans-Mississippi Commercial Congress, The ......... 358

Trip to Historic Old Galice, A .... . Dennis H. Stovall 118

Illustrated.

Under the Pepper Tree (Poem) ..... Marion Cook Knight 112

U. S. Warships of Today, The 416

Illustrated.

"Vengeance is Mine" (Short Story) . . . Henry Waldorf Francis 113

VIEWS (Editorial) William Bittle Wells

63, 129, 193, 257, 321, 419

Waverly Golf Club, The 162

Illustrated.

Where Moisture Means Millions John F. Galvin 102

Illustrated.

With a Life-Saving Crew E. G. Adams 244

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CONTENTS FOR. JANUARY, 1905



James J. Hill. President of the Great Northern Railroad
People — Places — Things illustrated by photographs)



( Frontispiece)

. 3-12



Some Successful Railroad Men. Dropping a Big Tree In Its Tracks. The Site of Fort Clatsop. Removing
the Last Earth at the .Weeting Point of the "North" and "Soulli" Crews of the Great Northern Railway
Tunnel. Sunset on Puget Sound. Wa-tis-te-me-ne. A Portion of the Great Northern Tunnel.
Clias. S. Fee. Edward H. Harriman. Seeking New Fields of Combat. A. D. Charlton. Mowbray
Falls, Washington. The Cable Way at Dry Creed Dam. A Group of Railroad Officials at Park City,
Utah. .A. L. Craig. The Chief of the Chilkats. The .Mausoleum of General Jackson in Tennessee.
The Result of a Day's Deer Shooting near Olympia, Washington. Kunimyama. Statue of Frederick
the Great. "Joaquin" Miller's Funeral Pyre. Kutawat. Chief of the Chilkats.

The Lev^^is ana Clark Exposition (illustrated) ...... 13

An Adventure in Modern Photography . William Lovell Finley 16

Illustrated with photographs by Herman T. Bohlman



Logging Our Great Forests ....

Illustrated with photographs by Darius Kinsey

Ciolumhia River Scenery from photographs by
The Land or Joy (illustrated by Merle Johnston)

The Coming oi the \Vhite Man .

Illustrated with photographs

Happy-Go-Lucky (Short Story)

A New Factor in Oregon Journalism (illustrated!

'Jne New United States Naval Academy (illustrated ) Waldon Fawcett



Richard H. Kennedy

Sarah H. Ladd
C. W. Petley
Arno Dosch

J. B. Thornburg
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Views (Editorial Department) . . . WiUiam Bittle Wells 63

Civic Righteousness. The Poor. Downtrodden Trusts. International Disarmament.
Volume XIII, Number One.

Actions ............ 65-68

Devoted to ilie world's most important activities

Impressions ....... Charles Erskine Scott Wood 69-70

Destiny. The Embattled Missionary. For Our Sins. The Charter of the City of
Portland. The Russo-Japanese War. The Czar and the Zemstvos. Argument.

Optimism ............ 71

Literature 72-73

Light Albert E. Vert 74

Progress 75-79

The Pacific Coast. Onion Culture in the Willamette Valley. What Is Being Done
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Humor ....... Hugh Herdman 80

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