Excerpt from The Literary Digest, Vol. 33: July, 1906 December, 1906
Labor, child, A plea for laws, 5 37 Proposed laws, 930 Congressional campaign of, 371 in politics, 139 party in Germany, 279 press on labor in politics, 170 La Follette's good word for the Senate, 1 74 Lahm, Lieutenant, aeronaut, 653 Lankester, Prof. Ray, 520 Latin America, How, regards the United States, 223 Launching a ship by electricity, 81 Lawyers who ask no fees, 779 Lee, Gen. Robert E., 987 Legislators, hereditary, Abolition of, in England, 120 Leoncavallo, 607 Leopold of Belgium, 59, 220, 254, 834, 870, 93 Lepers, Colonization of, 218 Lewis, Sam, 605 Libraries, A scheme to. Syndicate the public, 812 Library of Napoleon, Traveling, 58 Life in other worlds, 67 3 Physician on the origin of, 80 Light cure in Russia, 272 Excessive, a cause of disease, 973 of the future, The, 270 Lighthouses, Floating, 801 Lightning, Motor that runs by, 715 Lincoln, Abraham, Agnosticism of, 941 Mrs. Abraham, 958 Linen and cotton, How to distinguish, 904 Liner, ocean, Strains on an, 633 Lion and the Mouse, The, 731 Liquid air, Cheaper, 462 Literary form, Comedy in a new, 810 Literature, affected by bourgeois criticism, I44 a good proposition, where, 354 and drama of Hungary, 48 Ghoulishness of the French, 310 How the Bible dwarfs other, 721 taught by indirection, 391 Weeds of, 144 Locomotives, American and European, compared, 635 Londoner's astonishment at New York.
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