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CONFERENCES



Our Analecta— Roman Documents for the

Month .... 193

The Provincial of the Do minl c a n a and the
Advertisement of the PurKatorian Society.

(7^ l/ery Rev. L. F. Kearney, O.P.) . . . 19 ^

Titular Feasts of our Churches 194



"Catholic" Dances: Their Toleration and

their Vaunted Publication {C. P. B.) . . . . 195

The Immaculate Conception in Christian Art . 197

Mass Stipends by Testamentary Bequest ... 201

Electric Lights in Churches 203

The Friars Question . 205



SCIENCE



The Incandescent Gas Mantle. (By ttu Rev. H. J. De Look, SJ.) 206

Items of Current Science 212



CRITICISMS AND NOTES

Bellord: a New Catechism of Christian
Df»ctrine and Practice . 222

KiNosiTA : Past and Present of JapaneK Com-
merce 225

DuGGAN : The Eastern Question ...... 225

Spalding : Religion, Agnosticism, and Edu-
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Steele : The Convents of Great Britain ... 229
Boyle : Preaching, Catechising, and Clerical

Life 230

Henry: Poems. Charades, and Inscriptions

ol Pope Leo XIII 231



LITERARY CHAT 233

RECENT POPULAR BOOKS 236



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Aliens (Wright).

Amor Victor (Kenyon).

Belshazzar (Davisi.

Boy Donald (•* Penn Shirley ").

Bnnton Eliot (Farmer).

Catholic (Anonymous).

Credit of the County (Norris).

Dorothy Dainty (Brooks).

Folk Tales of Napoleon (Kennan).

Girl of this Century (Darling).

House of E)ay8 (Binkley).

In a Tuscan Garden (Anonymous).

Jezebel (McLaws).

King in Yellow (Chambers).

Lenox (Mallary).



Love Story of Abner Stone (Litsey).

Maid of Bar Harbor (Rowe).

Marie Antoinette (Tschudi).

Morchester (Datchet).

Mrs. Tree (Richards).

Oldfield (Banks).

Prisoners of Russia (Howards.

Randy and her Friends (Brooks).

Ranson's Folly (Davis).

Rataplan (Velvin).

Story of Mary Mac Lane (Mac Lane).

Suitors of Yvonne (Sabaticr).

Sunset Sons: and Other Verses f Akers).

Those Delightful Americans (Cotes).

Way of Escape (Todd).

Wharf and Fleet (Fait).



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