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jrULY 1909




PORTtANi^dREGON



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OF ALL SCENTED SOAPS PEARS' OTTO OF KOSE IS THE BEST.



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UNIVERSITY

OF



INDEX



The Pacific Monthly

VOLUME XXII

July to December
1909

As Seen From the Tower (Story) James Raymond Perry 43

Angel Child and Dent Hackett, The (Story) .... Clinton Dangerfield 50

Artesian Waters In the West N. H. Darton, U. S. G. S. 391

At the End of the Trail (Verse) George T. Marsh 621

All Day on a Hay Schooner ....... Arno Dosch 613

By Court-Martial (Verse) William Maxwell 27

Ballad of the Friar (Verse) Herman Seheffauer 68

Bigamist, The (Story) William Hamilton Osborne 271

Buying Buffalo on the Hoof Agnes Deans Cameron 591

Citizen Lo: Red Tape and Red Indians Agnes Deans Cameron 109

Charity Versus Justice Stephen S. Wise, Ph. D. 240

Cupid and the Lasso (Verse) Effie McDowell Davles 281

Crow We Had to Picli, The Brig-Gen. J. P. Farley, U. S. A. 541

Cry From the Abyss, The (Story) Georges d'Bsparbes 553

Convincing of Captain Arklow, The (Story) .... Patrick Vaux 585

Cruelty of Winter (Drawing) C. S. Price 620

Christmas Trail, The Charles Badger Clark, Jr. 589

Illustrated from Drawings by C. S. Price.

Development News Randall R. Howard

102-207-318-428-540-052

Drama in New York; The Old Season and the New . . . William Winter 139

Dangerous Game, A Max Nordau 263'-400

Defense of Japanese Rule In Korea . ..... K. K. Kawakaml 287

Death of Wilkins Mlcawber, Esq., The (Story) .... John Fleming Wilson 349

Dave Bowman, Miner (Story) . . , . . . . Frank A. McGraw 640

Illustrated by C. S. Price.

Eucalyptus Industry in California, The F. A. Pattee 423

Exposition, L'Envoi, The (Verse) P. H. W. Ross 612

Flora of the Pacific, The W. A. Tenney 74

Free Wind, The (Verse) Charles Badger Clark, Jr. 131

For You (Verse) June Paget Davis 138

Fairy Story, A (Verse) Frederick B. Pierce 188

Freightin' (Veise) Charles Badger Clark, Jr. 238

Ferocity of Forest Fires Day Allen Wllley 464

Friendship of Nations ......... Charles Ersklne Scott Wood 539

Portrait of Count Leo Tolstoy .......

From Painting by Repln. ....... 50">

Fisherman, The (Verse) Helen A. Mulhall 639

Green Glove Button and a Box of Cigars, A (Story) . . . Philip Yeiser 19

Great Exposition, A Welford Beaton 30

Getting a Piece of Land in the West 319

Heart of June (Verse) Jessie Davies Wllldy 61

How Dallas Studemeier Died W. M. Coldwell 100

Hunt, The (Verse) ' . . . . Don Marquis 453

Hewers, (Story) Elizabeth Lambert Wood 479

lUustrcted from Drawing by C. S. Price.

Intimacy (Verse) William R. Benet 152

Impeached (Story) William Hamilton Osborne 173

la an Old Garden (Verse) Alyse Hunt Whitaker 358

Justice in Hylo (Story) Edith R. Mirrielees 81

Illustrated from Drawing by C. S. Price.

Justice and the Law ' Stephen S. Wise, Ph. D. 97



INDEX-Continued



r. s



The



Koolau, the Leper (Story)

Illustrated from Photograph
Liberty Bell (Verse)
Lotus-Land (Verse)
Martin Eden (Serial)
Mrs. Auberle's Reply (Story)
Modern Manila

My Christmas Burglary (Story)
Nun at the Tavern, The (Story)
New Hawaii, The .
Nine Days' Wonder .
On the Water Front (Verse)
Power, The Wizard of Development
Professor's Fourth, The (Story)
Portraits of Four Western Governors
Pay Dirt (Story)

Illustrated from Drawing l)y
Plainsman, The (Verse)

Illustrated by C. S. Price.
Prisoners (Verse)
Photographs of Western Men
Parent and Child .
Pacific Coast and Gulliver's Travel
Rose, The (Verse) .
River, The (Verse) .
Roseburg and the Umpqua Valley
Rosita (Verse)

Rights and Wrongs of Childhoml
Riding With the Rurales

Illustrated.
Re-establishment of Hell, The (L(
Song of Summer (Verse)
Sailor of the States, A (Story)
Spelling of Civilization, The

Illustrated from Drawing by
Short-Circuited (Story) .
Star and the Child, The (Verse)
Saving of the "Cora Andrews" (V
Senora, The (Story)
Tides of Change, Tlie (Verse)
Tribute to Mrs. Gregory, A (Story)
Taps (Story) ....

Illustrated from Drawing by
Two More Stars for Old Glory
Thy Presence (Verse)
TwIceToId Tales of Frontier Cha

Drawings by C. S. Price.
To a Derelict (Verse) .
Tomorrow (Verse) .
Teacher and Child .
Trooper, The (Verse)
To Be With You (Verse)
Three Sonnets of the Night Sltles
Uncle Sam, Real Estate Agent
Ugly Hilda (A Fairy Tale) .
Visit of Japanese Financiers, The
Way, The (Verse)
When Stanley Scratched Steamboat
Way to Wealth, The (Story)
Worth-Whiie Things (Story)
Who Pays (Verse) .
World A -Dream (Verse) .
With Jack I^ndon In th.' South Seas l¥.

Illustrated from Photograplw,



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racters, The Daltons



ondon, and Dr



litiirial AunouDcemei



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Jacli Loudon

Franli V. Drake
Mabel Porter Pitts
Jack London
Arthur R. Andre
Monroe Woolley
"Q" (A. T. Quiller-Couch)
James Church Alvord
Edward P. Irwin
Frank J. McGettlgan
Wiiliara R. Benet
Clayton M. Jones. E. E.
Mar.vel Vance Abbott

Edith R. .Mirrielccs
Charles Bagder Clark, Jr.



668



202

-190-300

4»1

494

570

408

431

649

244

1

62

. 247

381

476



D. E. Dern-ody Frontispiece,


Nov.




. 519


Stephen S. Wise, Ph. D.


530


George Wharton James


610


LlUa B. N. Weston


42


Harry Murphy


96


H. K. Silversmith


lOSo


Edwin L. Sabin Frontispiece,


Aug.


Stephen S. Wise. Ph. D.


127


Sidney H. Riesenlx-rg


522


Count Leo Tolstoy


556


Lewis R. Freeman


55


D. E. Dermody


133


E. 11. Cooney


282


John Fleming Wilson


454


Charles Erskine Scott Wood Frontlspiee«


Lewis R. Freein:;n


603


Emma Seckle Marshall


603


George Sterling rr<>:itlspiece,


July


Ednah Aiken


50


Herminie Templeton


153


John L. Cowan


215


Michael Zu Lonnenhnrg Wertzman


237


George Elmer McCulloch


251


J. C. Rounds


317


Roy Temple Tl.mse I'loitisplece,


Oct.


Stephen S. Wise, I'li. i\


3.->9


William Maxwell


4«3


Alice R. Warfleld


a-w


George Sterling


CKlO


C. J. Blanchard, r. S. R. S.


305


Felix Benguiat 50r>-622


Ktyosbl K. Kawakaml


418


Alyse Hunt Whitaker


130


Frank *IIarding


165


Clinton Dangerfleld


180


Harvey Wick ham


233


Alan Hraoklnroed


243


Jessie D.nis WilMy


270




500




To Our Readers

About the Next Pacific Monthly

VEKY noteworthy article in the August number will be The Bights
and Wrongs of Childhood, by Stephen S. Wise, Ph. D. The subject is
of universal interest, and no modern teacher has gone into it with
more sympathy and understanding than has the famous rabbi of the
Free Synagogue of New York. The article is exceedingly condensed,
but touches upon all phases of this great national question. Dr.
Wise will deal with several other themes of vital importance during
the next few months, including "The Civic Crisis," "The Drama of
Dirt," "The Bankruptcy of Charity," and "The Failure of the
Church." It is possible also that the Doctor will discuss Mr. Jerome, should he again
become a candidate for office. The municipal situation in New York promises to be tre-
mendously interesting to the whole country, and no writer can approach the subject with
more independence and accurate knowledge than Dr. Wise.

William Winter has a splendid article next month, again handling without gloves the
theatrical "business" in New York, and writing with his usual vigor of phrase and keen
directness. Mr. Winter discusses the good, bad, and indifferent of the stage, flaying the
unwholesome tendency of much of it, and pointing appreciatively to what is best and
greatest. The article is copiously illustrated from portraits of the leading stage artists
in their latest roles.

Citizen Lo, — ^Eed Tape and the Red Indian, by Agnes Deans Cameron, the well-known
and exceedingly clever writer on Western subjects, is an optimistic review of the progress
of the modern Indian. It argues that the Indian is really progressing in spite of many
errors of judgment on the part of his white mentors, and offers a number of excellent
suggestions for his further betterment. Numerous pictures from photographs of unusual
interest will illustrate the article.

A Defense of Japanese Rule in Korea. K. K. Kawakami, one of the best-known Jap-
anese writers in the English language, advances boldly but calmly to the defense of his
country's rule in Korea. He replies to the numerous anti-Japanese writers on the Korean
situation with vigor and convincing argument, showing how Japan could not have properly
acted otherwise than she has in taking control of the decadent "Hermit Kingdom." Fur-
thermore, that notwithstanding unavoidable early mistakes, due to the unsettled and
exceedingly trying times during and immediately following the war with Eussia, Japan
has shown a most commendable spirit in hastening to rectify all demonstrated errors.
Everyone interested in Eastern problems and the Japanese should read this article.

Bronco-busting has become a great annual sport in nearly every far Western state,
and the champions of this rough-and-ready man's game are widel}- known and their
methods and characteristics are discussed throughout vast Cattle Land. How Stanley
Scratched Steamboat, is a very picturesque and graphic account of a Wyoming "Frontier,"
wherein Cowboy Stanley, of Portland, conquered a particularly bad horse. Illustrated
from a number of lively snap-shots.



Fiction for August



We hear a good deal of favorable comment upon the fiction in The Pacific Monthly.
Good fiction is not so very plentiful, but we have been very fortunate in getting an
unusual number of strong stories of the wholesome type that leaves a "good taste in
one's mouth." D. E. Dermody, the young naval writer, already well known to you
through his several excellent stories in these pages, has A Sailor of the States next month,
which is, perhaps, the best bit of fiction he has yet done. Impeached, a very striking
story by William Hamilton Osborne, deals with a modern semi-political situation, involv-
ing an exceedingly dramatic love affair. This is a story that grips you to the end. Taps,
by Herminie Templeton, is a delightful story of a troop horse and the ups and downs of
his master. This is a very "human" yarn, with fine touches of both humor and pathos.
The Way to Wealth, by Clinton Dangerfield, a breezy, desert-tinted tale of an amateur
banker and how he saved his depositors but lost his cashier, will give you a jolly half-
hour. Pay Dirt, by Edith E. Mirrielees, is a pensively charming love story, full of fine
out-door Western spirit, and betraying a very sympathetic knowledge of the typical pros-
pector. "Pay dirt" is found at last, but not the long-sought kind.

Among the number of excellent poems, The Free Wind, by our old friend Charles
Badger Clark, Jr., will bo welcomed by every admirer of the bard of the plains.

A series of beautiful pictures of Western scenes, in color, by Sumner W. Matteson,
will add attractiveness to the number. The cover design is by Maynard Dixon, — "The
Eed Serape." The central figure is a Mexican vaquero dashing along with a band of
wild horses. Full of action, brilliant in color, it is one of the best things we have yet
seen by this rapidly-rising painter and illustrator. Mr. Dixon, long a resident of Cali-
fornia, has been in New York for the past year or so, undoubtedly to his art advantage.



INDEX-Continued



by Jack London, and Dra



Koolau, the Leper (Story)

Illustrated from Photograph
Liberty Bell (Verse)
Lotus-Land (Verse)
Martin Eden (Serial)
Mrs. Auberle's Reply (Story)
Modern Manila

My Christmas Burglary (Story)
Nun at the Tavern, The (Story)
New Hawaii, The .
Nine Days' Wonder .
On the Water Front (Verse)
Power, The Wizard of Development
Professor's Fourth, The (Story)
Portraits of Four Western Governors
Pay Dirt (Story)

Illustrated from Drawing by
Plainsman, The (Verse)

Illustrated by C. S. Price.
Prisoners (Verse)
Photographs of Western Men
Parent and Child .
Pacific Coast and Gulliver's Travel
Rose, The (Verse) ,
Eiver, The (Verse) .
Eoseburg and the Umpqua Valley
Eoslta (Verse)

Eights and Wrongs of Childhoinl
Elding With the Eurales

Illustrated.
Ee-establishment of Hell, The (Legend)
Song of Summer (Verse)
Sailor of the States, A (Story)
Spelling of Civilization, The

Illustrated from Drawing l)y

Short-Circuited (Story) .

Star and the Child, The (Verse)

Saving of the "Cora Andrews" (Verse

Senora, The (Story)

Tides of Change, The (Verse)

Tribute to Mrs. Gregory, A (Story)

Taps (Story)

Illustrated from Drawing by C. S. Pru

Two More Stars for Old Glory

Thy Presence (Verse)

Twiee-Told Tales of Frontier Characters, The Daltons

Drawings by C. S. Price.
To a Derelict (Verse) .
Tomorrow (Verse) .
Teacher and Child ,
Trooper, The (Verse)
To Be With You (Verse)
Three Sonnets of the Night Skies
Uncle Sam, Eeal Estate Agent
Ugly Hilda (A Fairy Tale) .
Visit of Japanese Financiers, The
Way, The (Verse)
When Stanley Scratched Steamboat
Way to Wealth, The (Story)
Worthwhile Things (Story) .
Who Pays (Verse) .
World A-Dreara (Verse) .
With Jack London in the South Seas (Kdltorlul Aunouncemeut)

lUoatrated from Photographs.



Jack London



568



Frank V. Drake


98


Mabel Porter Pitts


202


Jack London


85-190-300


Arthur R. Andre


491


Monroe Woolley


494


"Q" (A. T. Qulller-Couch)


579


James Church Alvord


403


Edward P. Irwin


431


Frank J. McGettlgau


649


William R. Beiiet


244


Clayton M. Jones, E. E.


1


Mary el Vance Abbott


62




. 247


Edith R. Mirriclecs


381



Charles Bagder Clark, Jr.



476



D. B. Derirody



Fro:itisplece, Nov.
. 519



Stephea S. Wise. Ph. D.
George Wharton James
Lllla B. N. Weston
Harry Murphy
H. K. Silversmith



530

CIO

42

96

108o



Edwin L. Sabin Frontispiece, Aug.

Stephen S. Wise, Ph. D. 127

Sidney H. Elesenberg 522



Count Leo Tolstoy
Lewis E. Freeman

D. E. Dermody

E. II. Cooney



556
55

133

282



John Fleming Wilson 454

Charles Ersklne Scott Wood Froiitispifce

Lewis E. Freemiiu 00.3

Emma Seckle Marshall 605
George Sterling rro'itlsplece, July

Ednah Aiken 50

Herminle Templeton 153

John L. Cowan 215
Michael Zu Lonnenbnrg Wertznian 237

George Elmer McCulIoch 251

J. C. Rounds 317
Roy Temple House Frontispiece, Oct.
Stephen S. Wise, Ph. w. .3,-(9
William Maxwell 4^3
Alice E. Warfleld 638
Cfeorge Sterling 609
C. J. Blanchard, U. S. R. S. .365
Felix Bengulat 505-622
Klyoshl K. Kawakami 418
Alyso Hunt Whitaker 130
Frank *H«rdlng 165
Clinton Dangerfleld 180
Harvey WIckham 233
Alan Bracklnre.d 243
Jessie Davis Wllldy 270
566




To Our Readers

About the Next Pacific Monthly

VEEY noteworthy article in the August number will be The Bights
and Wrongs of Childhood, by Stephen S. Wise, Ph. D. The subject is
of universal interest, and no modern teacher has gone into it with
more sympathy and understanding than has the famous rabbi of the
Free Synagogue of New York. The article is exceedingly condensed,
but touches upon all phases of this great national question. Dr.
Wise will deal with several other themes of vital importance during
the next few months, including "The Civic Crisis," "The Drama of
Dirt," "The Bankruptcy of Charity," and "The Failure of the
Church." It is possible also that the Doctor will discuss Mr. Jerome, should he again
become a candidate for office. The municipal situation in New York promises to be tre-
mendously interesting to the whole country, and no writer can approach the subject with
more independence and accurate knowledge than Dr. Wise.

William Winter has a splendid article next month, again handling without gloves the
theatrical "business" in New York, and writing with his usual vigor of phrase and keen
directness. Mr. Winter discusses the good, bad, and indifferent of the stage, flaying the
unwholesome tendency of much of it, and pointing appreciatively to what is best and
greatest. The article is copiously illustrated from portraits of the leading stage artists
in their latest roles.

Citizen Lo, — Red Tape and the Red Indian, by Agnes Deans Cameron, the well-known
and exceedingly clever writer on Western subjects, ig an optimistic review of the progress
of the modern Indian. It argues that the Indian is really progressing in spite of many
errors of judgment on the part of his white mentors, and offers a number of excellent
suggestions for his further betterment. Numerous pictures from photographs of unusual
interest will illustrate the article.

A Defense of Japanese Rule in Korea. K. K. Kawakami, one of the best-known Jap-
anese writers in the English language, advances boldly but calmly to the defense of his
country's rule in Korea. He replies to the numerous anti- Japanese writers on the Korean
situation with vigor and convincing argument, showing how Japan could not have properly
acted otherwise than she has in taking control of the decadent "Hermit Kingdom." Fur-
thermore, that notwithstanding unavoidable early mistakes, due to the unsettled and
exceedingly trying times during and immediately following the war with Eussia, Japan
has shown a most commendable spirit in hastening to rectify all demonstrated errors.
Everyone interested in Eastern problems and the Japanese should read this article.

Bronco-busting has become a great annual sport in nearly every far Western state,
and the champions of this rough-and-ready man's game are widely known and their
methods and characteristics are discussed throughout vast Cattle Land. How Stanley
Scratched Steamboat, is a very picturesque and graphic account of a Wyoming "Frontier,"
wherein Cowboy Stanley, of Portland, conquered a particularly bad horse. Illustrated
from a number of lively snap-shots.



Fiction for August



We hear a good deal of favorable comment upon the fiction in The Pacific Monthly.
Good fiction is not so very plentiful, but we have been very fortunate in getting an
unusual number of strong stories of the wholesome type that leaves a "good taste in
one's mouth." D. E. Dcrmody, the young naval writer, already well known to you
through his several excellent stories in these pages, has A Sailor of the States next month,
which is, perhaps, the best bit of fiction he has yet done. Impeached, a very striking
story by William Hamilton Osborne, deals with a modern semi-political situation, involv-
ing an exceedingly dramatic love affair. This is a story that grips you to the end. Taps,
by Herminie Templeton, is a delightful story of a troop horse and the ups and downs of
his master. This is a very "human" yarn, with fine touches of both humor and pathos.
The Way to Wealth, by Clinton Dangerfield, a breezy, desert-tinted tale of an amateur
banker and how he saved his depositors but lost his cashier, will give you a jolly half-
hour. Pay Dirt, by Edith R. Mirrielees, is a pensively charming love story, full of fine
out-door Western spirit, and betraying a very sympathetic knowledge of the typical pros-
pector. "Pay dirt" is found at last, but not the long-sought kind.

Among the number of excellent poems, The Free Wind, by our old friend Charles
Badger Clark, Jr., will be welcomed by every admirer of the bard of the plains.

A series of beautiful pictures of Western scenes, in color, by Sumner W. Matteson,
will add attractiveness to the number. The cover design is by Maynard Dixon, — "The
Eed Serape." The central figure is a Mexican vaquero dashing along with a band of
wild horses. Full of action, brilliant in color, it is one of the best things we have yet
seen by this rapidly-rising painter and illustrator. Mr. Dixon, long a resident of Cali-
fornia, has been in New York for the past year or so, undoubtedly to his art advantage.



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THE EAGX^E

THE TIDES OP CHANGE (Verse)

CAIiIFOBNTA SCENES, IN COI.OS

POWER, THE WIZABS OF SEVEI^OFMENT

Ilustrated from Photographs.

A GREEN GI.OVE BUTTON AND A BOX OF
CIGARS (Story) ...

BY COUET MARTIAIi (Verse)

A GREAT EXPOSITION ....

Illustrated from Photographs.
THE ROSE (Verse) ....

AS SEEN FROai THE TOWNER (Story)
A TRIBUTE TO MRS. GREGORY (Story)
SONG OF SUMMER (Verse)
THE ANGEI^ CHII^D AND DENT HACKETT

(Story)

HEART OF JUNE (Verso)
THE PROFESSOR'S FOURTH (Story)
BAIiI^AD OF THE FBIAR (Verse) .
THE FI.ORA OF THE PACIFIC

Illustrated from Specimens.
JUSTICE IN HYI.O (Story)

Illustrated from Drawing by C. S. Price.
MARTIN EDEN (Chapters XXXVII-XXXVIII

XXXIX) ....

THE RIVER (Verse)
JUSTICE AND THE XAW
I.IBERTV BEIiIi (Verse)
HOW DAIiIiAS STUDEMEIER DIED
DEVEI.OPMENT NEWS
ROSEBURG AND THE UMPQUA VAI^ItE-X*



Maynard Dixon
George Sterling
William S. Rice
Clayton M. Jones, E. E.



Cover Design



Philip Yeiser


19


William Maxwell


27


Wei ford Beaton


30


Lilla B. N. Weston


42


James Raymond Perry


43


Ednah Aiken


50


Lewis R. Freeman


55


Clinton Dangerfleld


56


Jessie Davios Willdy


61


Maryel Vance Abbott


62


Herman Scheffauer


68


W. A. Tenney


74



Edith R. Mirrielees 81

Jack London 85

Harry Murphy 96

Stephen S. Wise, Ph. D. 97

Frank V. Drake 98

W. M. Coldwell 100

Randall R. Howard 102

H. K. Silversmith 108 o



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