Excerpt from The Literary Digest, Vol. 29: July, 1904-December, 1904
Cotton, Artificial, 682 crop, A bumper, and its results, 870 mills, Southern, what they are doing for their employees, 594 The South covered with, 7 Cotton-picking machine, 908 Courts and the newspapers, 72 Creed, A negro's, 494 Athanasian, in public worship, 261 Christian, A theosophist version of the, 354 Crime, Electric light as a preventive of, 420 in the United States, 791 Increase of, in New York and Chicago, 374 Italian, in America, 246 toleration of, Our national, 28o Criminals, books they read, 415 Bertillon system for identification of, 906 Crisis, religious, Are we passing through a 142 Critical iconoclast, A, 796 Criticism, Three phases of dramatic, I 32 Cryostase, Discovery of, 386 Crystallization, a vital process, 199 Curative method, Hypnotism as a, I 3 Curtis, Francis, wrote the pamphlet, 778 Czar, Indictment of, by a Russian bureaucrat.
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