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ROBERT W.
JANE ADD AM S. Chicago
ERNEST P. BICKNBLL, WashinKton
SOBERT S. BRBWSTER. New York
CHARLES M. CABOT. Boston
0. K. GUSHING, San Francisco
EDWARD T. UEVINE. New York
ARTHUR F. KSTABROOK. Boston
LEE K. PRANKBL, New York
JOHN M. GLENN. New York
WILLIAM GUGGENHEIM. New York
WILLIAM E. HARMON, New York

PAUL U.



dePOREST, New York, Chairman

WILLIAM J. KIRBY. Washington
JOSEPH LEE. Boston
JULIAN W. MACK, Washington
CHARLES D. NORTON. New York
SIMON N. PATTEN. Philadelphia
JACOB A. RIIS. New York
JULIUS ROSENWALD. Chicago
GRAHAM TAYLOR. Chicago
FRANK TUCKER. New York
S. W. WOODWARD,* Washington

KELLOGG. New York, Secretary



STAFF



EDWARD T. DEVINE



GRAHAM TAYLOR

ARTHUR P. KELLOGG
JAMES P. HEATON
SHELBY M. HARRISON
JOHN A. FITCH



JANE ADDAMS

PAUL U. KELLOGG
GRAHAM ROMEYN TAYLOR
MARY BROWN SUMNER.
DAVID C. DAVIS
WINTHROP D. LANE



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BERNARD FLEXNER
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Index

volume xxviii
April, 1912 — September, 1912

The material in this index is arranged under authors and subjects and in a few cases
under titles. Anonymous articles and paragraphs are entered under their subjects. The
precise wording of titles has not been retained where abbreviation or paraphrase has seemed
more desirable.



A.

Abbott, Cora, 630.

Abelson. Joseph. Department store fire risks. 482.

Accidents, iDdustrial.

nUnois decision. 316.

Minnesota Iron mines. 710, 778.

Ohio decision. 315.

Pennsylvania Steel Company's attitude (Gulp),
778.

Safety law, draft of. 694.

See aUo Insurance.
Addams. George S. Portrait, 537.
Addams. Jane. Portrait, 529.

Challenge to the contemporary chnrch, 195.

Ovil Service, 14.

Votes for women and other votes, 367.
Administration, Puhlic (H. C. Bowman), 532.
AdTertiaing. ReUgious. 51, 53, 55, 57. 61, 158, 159.
Afier-School Club of America, 99.
Africultaral Co-operation in Germany, 550.
Alabama.

Coal operators on health problems, 717.

Negro Bchools^88.
Alexander, John W., 556.
Alderman, Prof. L. R., 85.
Ahny, Frederic, 676.

Buffalo Charity Organization Society and
Adam Meister, 467.

Men and Religion Movement. 157.

Must Charity Go? 651.
Alphabet, Civic, 264.
American Academy of Medicine, annual meeting,

445.
American Association for Labor Legislation. Sec-
ond annual conference on industrial diseases,

447.
American Association for Promoting Hygiene and

Pobllc Baths, 588.
American Association of Officials of Charity and

Correction. 539.
Amsiean Federation for Sex Hygiene, open mcet-
^ Ing. 447.
Amerfean Federation of Arts, third annual con-

Trntlon, 354.
American Hospital Association, 560.
Aaerlean Institute of Criminal Law and Crimi-
nology. 741.
Aaicrican Leader (Magazine), 423.
American Medical Association, 286.

Ajinna] meeting, 441.
American Medico-Psychological Association, an-

aaal meeting, 442.
AjBforican Neurological Association. 760.
American Nurses' Association, annual meeting, 665.
American Red Cross. See Red Cross.
Am^lcmn Seamen's Ftlend Society. Institute of

Sew York. 199.
Alaerican Society of Superintendents of Training

Schools for Nurses, annual meeting, 664.
Amertcna Institute, 641. . , _ ^ . ^ ^
Aaberst, Mass. Rural Social Workers* Conference,
. 679.
Asarehy.

Prom below and from above (Devlne), 351.

I. W. W. at Lawrence (J. G. Brooks), 80.
Aaderson. Madge B. A thought (poem), 386.
Aadrewa. John B.. 86. SJ- „ ^ ,, , ,_.^
Aatbony, Katharine. New York waiters' strike.



Aafhracite agreement vetoed. 283.
Anthracite CondllaHon Board, review of Its nine
^ rears' history fS. M. Harrison). 143.
Aatbr^cite suspension. End of, 363.



Arbitration, Erdmann Act, 188.
Arizona.

First State Legislature, 647.

Legislative help for convict, 586.
Arkansas, Reforms, 594.
Armes, Ethel. Alabama coal operators on health

problems, 717.
Armstrong, Joseph G.. 653, 656.
Armstrong Association. Negroes In Philadelphia,

98
Art, East Side, 271.
Ash removal in St. Louis, 663.
Asquam, Lake. 619.

Association for Insurance Education, 317.
Atlantic City, A study in black and white. 728.
Austin bill post office. 549.
Ayres, May. Rich town and poor schools, 603, 750.



B.
Babies.

Prayer for, 722.
See aleo Infant mortality.
Baby Saving Show, Philadelphia. 284, 658.
Backward and Dependent Children, 539.
Baden-Powell, Sir R. S. S. Boy Scouts in America,

98
Baha. Abdul. Portrait, 179.
Bahal movement, 178.

Baker, Newton D. Portrait and sketch, 281.
Baldwin, Wm. H. Quoted on family desertion, etc.,

456.
Baltimore. ^^^

Men and Religion movement. 159.
Religious advertising, 159.
Stevedores' strike, 699.
Bank depositors, finger-prints for. 594.
Barnabas. Brother. Portrait. 533.
Barnard, Kate. 586. ^ ^

Barrows, Edw. M. Children's demand for recrea-
tion In New York City, 93.
Barrows, Isabel C. - . . «,••

Home idea in Hungary's reformatories, 672.
Men vs. Binding twine, 779.
Prison wage system, 575.
Baruch. Mrs. B. H., 748.
Bass. Mrs. George, 283.
Bathing-pool. Menace of, 588.
Batten, Samuel L. Muscatine, 390.
Bean bags, Convict manufacture, 284.
Bedford Reformatory. 285. ^ ^^^

Belgium. Care of the Insane at Gheel, 591.
Bernard, Frances F. Health holiday (Gainesville,

Fla.), 666.
Bernstein, L. B.. 431.
Beyer. David S., 466.
Blcknell. Ernest P. Portrait, 637.
Bicknell, Ernest P.

Cleveland meeting of the American Red Cross,

588.
Quoted on Mississippi flood rehabilitation. 647.
Red Cross and the Mississippi flood, 332.
Snatching life from the flood. 436.
Blnghamton. Civic improvement. 299.
Birmingham, Ala. (>)ke oven nuisance, 631.
Birth-rate. France, 102.
BIrtwPll. Chaa. W. Portrait. 625.
Birtwell. Charles W. Sex Hygiene. 525.
Blackwell's Island. Proposition to use as a play-
ground, 300.
Blausteln, David. 759, 782.

Bloomfleld, Meyer. Quoted on Porto Rico condi-
tion. 741.

Scientific manag(>ment, 312.
B»nal B'rlth. War on vice, 698.



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Board of Conciliation (Anthracite). 143.

Bohemians in Texas. 794.

Bohn, Wm. B. Biographical note. 220.

Bohn. William B. Industrial Workers of the

World, 220.
Boley, Okla., 764.
Boll weevil ravages, 548.

Bolton. Florence. Government hnlletin board, 128.
Book reviews (L. Brandt), 103, 275, 419, 551, 634,

686.

Agricultural Bducation in the Public Schools
(Davis), 420.

American Socialism of the Present Day (Hu-
ghan). 276.

Anarchists (Vizetellj). 688.

Applied Socialism JfSpargo). 636.

Around the Pire (Burr), 419.

(Captain Martha Mary (Abbott), 635

Changing America (Boss), 688.

Church and Society (Cutting), 634.

Citadel: A Romance of Unrest (Merwln). 685.

Coming Triumph of Christian ClviUzatlon (Pe-
tavel). 274.

Declining Birth-rate (Newsholme), 106.

Democratic England (Alden). 422.

Bducation in Sexual Physiology and Hygiene
(Zenner). 274.

Elements of Socialism (Spargo and Arner),
275.

Elements of Statistical Method (King), 687.

Elimination of Students In the Secondary
Schools of New York City (Van Denburg),

English for Coming Americans (Roberts), 276.
Essentials of Socialism (Cross), 275.
Factory (Lincoln). 274.

Fifty Years of Prison Service : An Autobiogra-
phy (Brockway), 551.
Fire Prevention (McKeon), 688.
Folk Festivals (Needham). 419.
Food for the Invalid and (Convalescent (Gibbs),

686.
Friends of the Insane and Other Essays

(Holmes), 105.
Henry Demarest Lloyd (Lloyd). 552.
Heredity in Relation to Eugenics (Davenport),

105.
Heredity of Richard Roe (Jordan), 107.
History of the British Post Office (Hemmeon),

687.
History of the Government of Denver (King).

686.
Home-made Kindergarten (Smith). 421.
Home Nurse's Handbook of Practical Nursing

(Aikens), 686.
Hoosler Village (Sims), 687.
In Bethany House (Smith). 635.
Individualization or Punishment (Saleilles).

687.
Indoor Games and Socials for Boys (Baker),

419.
Initiative, Referendum and Recall (Munro),

686.
Juvenile Labor Exchanges and After-care

(Greenwood), 104.
Labor Movement in France (Levlne), 419.
Life anJ Work of William Pryor Letchworth

(Lamed), 552.
Life of John Ruskln (Cook), 552.
Method of Race Regeneration (Saleeby), 106.
Milk and the Public Health (Savage), 636.
Mind of Primitive Man (Boas), 276.
Modem Woman's Rights Movement (Schirma-

cheiy 275.
Hontessori Method (Montessori), 421.
My Story (Johnson). 419.
New Consci<-nce and an Ancient Evil (Ad-
dams). 274.
New Democracy (Weyl), 634.
Old Aee Depeiidency In the United States

(Squler), 422.
Pageant for Indepeadence Day (Goodman and

Stevens), 4 id.
Peasant Sage of Japan (Yoshlmoto, tr.), 558.
Practical Methodsi of Sewage Disposal (Ogden

and Cleveland), 688.
Problem of Race Regeneration (Ellis), 106.
Promised Land (Antin). 277.
Ravenel's Road Primer (Ravenel). 421.
Record of an Adventurous Life (Hyndman),

276.
Reeulation of Municipal TTtlllties (King), 687.
Religion Worth Having (Carver), 103.



and Other Poems



.Book reviews [Ck>n tinned]

Revolutionary Function of the Modern Church

(Holmes), 104.
Saleswomen in Mercantile Stores (Butler),

••Scum o' the Earth'

(Schauflrier), 276.
Searchlights on Some American Industries

(Mills), 274.
Sex In Relation to Society (Ellis), 274.
Social Aspects of Education (King). 421
Social Evil (Seligman), 274.
Socialism As It Is (Walling), 635.
Social Rt?^o"n and the Constitution (Good-
Social Service Directory of Newark. N J

(McDougall), 105.
Social Task of Christianity (Batten). 103.
Some Chemical Problems of To-day (Duncan),

635.
Special aass for Backward Children (Wit-

mer), 420.
Status of the Teacher (Perry), 420.
Superstition Called Socialism (Tunzelmann),

Syndicalism and Labour (Clay). 636.

What Tolstoy Taught (Hall). 635.

Wisconsin, an Experiment In Democracy
(Howe), 686.
Booth, Gen. William, 689.
Borah. Senator. 58.3.
Borglum. Gutson, 331.
Boroslnl. Victor von.

Agricultural co-operation in (Jermany, 650.

European regulation of emigration, 700.

Home-going Italians, 791.

Steerage conditions of the Compagnie G^n^tale
Transatlantlque, 166. 171, 581.
Borstal system in England, 322.
Boston.

Civic Serylce House. 785.

Elevated Railway strike and Its settlement,
684.

Hale House and Camp Hale. 619.

Kosher meat strike. 683.

National CMty Planning Conference, 488.

Park walking parties. 566.

Pre-natal nursing, 766.

Public Recreation League. 566.

Street railway strike, 598.
Bottorflf. Katherine P. Tragedies of village slums.

767.
Bowen. Mrs. J. T.. 387, 752.
Bowman, H. C. Portrait, 529.
Bowman, H. C. Public supervision and adminis-
tration, 582.
Boys.

Camp Hale. 619.

Fanning made pleasant, 794.
Boys' Clubs. Sixth annual conference. 535.
Boy Scouts. Baden-Powell's visit, 98.
Braddock, J. Harold, 439.
Bradley. R. M. Widows In China, 556.
Brandels, Louis D.. 206.

Brandels. Louis D. Industrial insurance. 246
Brandt, Lillian. Book reviews, 103, 275, 419, hm

634. 686. . ooj,

Brantley bill, 492.
Bread and roses (poem), 554.
Breen, John J., 693.
Brett, Margaret L. Atlantic City : a studv In

black and white. 723.
Brewer. Justice, quoted 358.
Brewery compensation plan rejected, 451.
Bridgeport, C*onn. Civic Improvement, 128.
Brieux, French dramatist. 793.
British Insurance Act. publication. 316.
Brodsky. Randolph T. German Industrial insur.

ance, 233, 427. ^

Brooklyn, N. Y. Social center experiments. 577.
Bryan. Samuel. Mexican immigrants in the TJ. S

726. ^^

Bryce, James, 298.
Buffalo.

Charity Organization Society and Adam Mi^io.
ter. 467. ^ei*(

Child welfare exhibit. 640: program, 323

immigrants. 315.

Men and Religion movement, 157.
Bulletin board, government, 123.
Burchard. Edward L., 772.
Bureau of Mines.

Bulletin on llfe-savlne. 670.

Bulletins on safety. 796.



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Boieaa of Social Hjciene, 286.
Bornham. D. H., 440.
Boriu. Alien T.

Indnstrial dispute bills in Congress. 416.

Operation of the Brdmann Act, 188.
Bums, Mrs. John T.. 690.
Bnmtt, Bailey B.. 411 ; portrait. 520.
Button-making, 390.



Calwt, Charles M. Portrait, 253.
California.

Canneries, women in, 781.

Compensation laws, 555.

Consumers' League. 751.

Eight-hour law for women, 429.

Immigration Commission, 785.

Prison reform, 595.
Cambria Steel Co., eight-hour day, 560.
Camp Crump, 429.
Camp Fire Girls, 320.
Camp Hale. 619.

Campbell, M. C. from Kansas, 488.
Camping. School camp, 564.
Canada.

Childhood problems, 284.

Compensation Commission report, 597.

Old age pensions, 455.

Town-planning acts, 772.

Town Planning and Housing Association, 682.

Tuberculosis problem, 444.

Working girls, 650.
Radian Industrial Disputes Act, 399.
Canneries, federal report on employment of wo-
men in. 781.
Cape Hace, the menace of, 638.
Carnegie, Andrew. Endowments at Dunfermline.

211.
Carpenter, T. W. Efficiency and organization, 4.
Carpenters* Union, Dallas, Texas. 855.
Carroll, Gov. B. F., 557.
Car^tens, C. C. Lawrence strike. 70.
Castile. Eric I>. Portrait, 297.
Census. Manufactures, 314.

Chamberlain. George D. Federal Boys' Clubs, 585.
Chandler. H. A. E. Arizona's first legislature, 647.
Charity. Meaning and use of the word, 651.
Charity Trust, 590.

Charlton. Mrs. George J.. 580; portrait, 580.
Cherry Mine disaster. 640.
Chew, Thomas. Portrait, 533.
ChicMo,

Bass, Mrs. George, 283.

City Civil Service Commission report and its
results, 186.

Cornell Square show. 781.

Court of Domestic Relations, 264.

Crane, Caroline B., 258.

Hotel labor (women). 696.

Immigrants, 286.

1. W. W.. 220.

Jnvenile court, 456.

Juvenile Protective Association, 695.

Marriages at the Cathedral of Ss. Peter and
Paul, 291.

Men and Religion Movement, 159.

Municipal Court. 646.

National Education Association, 584.

Negro Business Men's League, annual conven-
tion, 754.

Newspaper strikes, 571.

Police discipline, 136.

Pure milk fight. 642.

Pure milk victory, 680.

School of Civics and Philanthropy's directory
of city welfare, 772.

School of Sanitary Instruction, milk-bottle
puzzle, 304.

Slaughter houses. 258.

South Park System of Recreation Centers. 730.

Tubercnlosls Institute, 129.

Vice Commission, report and its results, 186;
594

Wacker,*C. H.. 282.

Waitresses* hours and wages. 695.

White slave traffic. 593.

Woman's City Club, traveling exhibit for city
welfare. 6.

Woman's Club, 283.

Women's Trade Union League, health com-
_ mlttee. 781.

Child, Clinton S. A New York social center. 769.
CMI4. The f magazine). 423.



ChUd labor.

Arizona law. 648.

Backward step in Louisiana, 629.

Cherry Mine disaster, 640.

Fighting child labor in three states (A. J.
McKelway). 121.

Louisiana and the stage, 629.

Senators Overman and Gallin^er and the Chil-
dren's Bureau bill, 798.

Verses (Watson), 793.
Child Labor Bulletin, 652.
Child Labor Record (Ohio), 746.
Child laborers (poem), 16.
Children.

Backward and dependent, 539.

Buffalo child welfare exhibit, 640; program,
323.

Canada problems. 284.

Children's Bureau Bill, passage, 83.

Dental inspection, (Ho.

Destitute, St. Louis, 92.

Everyland (magazine). 423,

Home-finding and placlng-out, 866.

Kentucky's plan for child welfare conference.
752.

Kingsley. S. C, 527.

Lodging-houses, 109.

Louisiana and the theater, 629.

New York City recreation for. 98.

Montreal child welfare exhibit, 648.

Oliver Twist and children's courts. 164.

St. Louis Assembly and destitute children, 92.
643.

St Louis welfare exhibit. 457.

School gardening in Oregon, 86.

The Child (magazine), 423.

Tree study, 298.

See also Juvenile courts.
Children's Bureau. Julia C. Lathrop appointed aa

chief. 176.
Child-saving (R. Robins), 59.
China.

American Academy of Political and Social
Science papers. 279.

Famine notes. 425.

Widows, 555.
Chinese away from home. 279.
Chisholm. Prank P. Quoted on results of Indus-
trial training for the negro at Tuskegee, 787.
Christmas seals. Red Cross, 487.
Church.

Challenge to the contemporary (J. Addami).

atj and church approaching each other (Q.
Taylor). 625.

Immigrants and. 650. , .

Church and community — their interrelation ana

common aim (G. Taylor), 734.
C?hurch and social service, 184. ^ ^

Church, Samuel H. Carnegie endowments at Don-

fermline. 211.

Cincinnati. Plan for budget exhibits, 772.
City and church approaching each other (Q. Tay-
lor), 625.
CHty-planning. ^ ^ ^^^

American Federation of Arts, 354.

Bibliographv of. 102.

Boston conference, 127.

Canadian acts. 772.

Canadian congress, 682.

National conference, proceedings, 438.
City Sensible. Syracuse, N. Y.. 755.
City welfare, directory of, 772.
Civics.

Alphabet. 264. ^ . „ _,

Efficiency record system for civil service, 125.

Government bulletin board (F. Bolton), 128.

Los Angeles' new charter, 796.

Pittsburgh churches and civic gnt, 46S.

San Francisco Commonwealth Club and recre-
ation, 127.

Sheffield, Ala., Improvement. 264.

Svracuse survey accounting. 488.

Traffic control in Kansas City, 127.
Civic Service House, Boston, 785.
Civil Service.

Fire prevention, 287.

Humanitarian value (Jane Addams), 14.
(Mvll Service Reform Association.

Criticism of appointees on fire prevention oa-
reau. 287.

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ClaghorD, Kate H. New York Bureau of Industries

and Immlifratlon. first year's work. 269, 349.

See Wald. L. D.
Clark John B. Commission on industrial relations.

493.
Cleveland, Ohio.

Baker, N. D., 281.

Derelopment, 519.

Home-flndinjr department of the Humane So-
ciety, 366.

June meetings. 425. 452.

Keeler. Harriet L., 282.

National Conference of Charities and Correc-
tion, reports, 519.

National Federation of Remedial Loan Asso-
ciations, 644.

Other conferences, 533.

Playground and Recreative Association meet-
ing. 437.
Cloak and suit industry protocol. 573.
Coal mining. Alabama health problems, 717.
Cochoms, E. B. :9rlnglng producer to consumer,

Codding, J. K., 779.

^^^^^k ®- ^- Backward and dependent children,

539.
Coleman, Geo. W.. 676.
Coleralne. Minn. OUver Iron Bilnlng Company,

773.
College of the City of New York, disposition of old

Duiidlng. 453.
College women, vocation bureaus 681

8titu*tr^^^'760^^^**^ ^°^* ^ neurological in-
Colorado.

Progressive prospects, 409.

Social centers In schools, 663.

State Board of Charities and Corrections. 569.

Views on Waco tuberculosis resolutions. 569
Bee also Denver.
Colorado Springs. Farming congress, 690.
Commission on Industrial relations. 493.
Commission on the church and social service, 539.
Committee of Fourteen. Changed problem 412
Compagnle G<^nerale Transatlantlaue. steerage con-
ditions, 166, 171, 581.
Compensation.

Brewery plan, 451.

California laws, 555.

Canada, 597.

Comments on legislation. 573.

Federal legislation, 316.

Federal workmen's compensation act (Brantley
bill), 492, 596.

Law, Frank E., quoted. 356.

Legislation, various, 316.

Maryland act, 596.

Michigan act, 596.

New York State. 597.

Ohio decision. 315.

Recent developments, 596.

Rhode Island act. 596.

Standards proposed, 518.

Unlformltv, 317.

See aUo Accidents ; Insurance.
Concentration plant, safety In. 773.
Conciliation, a new engine for, 684
Conciliation Board (anthracite), 143.
Conferences, congresses, etc.

American Academy of Medicine. 445.

American Association for Labor Legislation,
industrial diseases, 447.

American Ffderatlon for Sex Hygiene, 447.

American Federation of -\ris, .'?54.

American Institute of Criminal Law and Crim-
inology, 741.

American Medical Association, 441.

Backward. Truant, Delinquent and Dependent
Children, 539.

Calendar of. 179, 350. 484, 796.

Canadian town nlannlng congress. 682.

Child Labor, publication of procetnllngs. 652.

Children's Aid Societies. Toronto, 284.

Cleveland meeting. In Juno. 425.

Continuous Industrlos. commission on. 570.

Eugenics. First International Congress, 753.

Federated Boys' Clubs. 5.'?5.

Feeble-minded and epilpptlc. 446.

Hampton Negro Conferonce, 641.

Industrial Education, Massachusetts. 474.

International ronjrross for the Study and Pre-
vention of Infont Mortality. 134.

International Pon^ri'^s of Farm Women. 600.



Conferences t Continued 1

International Congress on Hygiene and Demo-
graphy, program, 304.
International Red Cross, 345.
Jewish Charities, Seventh Biennial Confer-
ence. 533.
Mayors of New York. 426. 473.
Methodist Episcopal, quadrennial, 261.
Moral Education Congress, 581.
National Association for the Advancement of
Colored People, fourth annual conference,
318.
National Association for the Study and Pre-
vention of Tuberculosis, 443.
National Association of Societies for Organiz-
ing Charity, 537.
National Conference of Charities and Correc-
tion. Cleveland, program, 262 ; general re-



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