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EDITORIAL STAFF OF THE OUTLOOK
Rev. LYMAN ABBOTT, D.D., Editor-in-Chief
Robert D. TOWNSEND, Managing Editor
ELBERT F. BALDWIN
Copyright, 1913, by the Outlook Company
January 3, 1903
26 A Triumph for International Arbitration.. 1 By Charles W. Stevenson Cuban Reciprocity...
2 The Editor of “ The Spectator” (Portrait The Police in New York
27 Overcrowded Street-Cars.
4 The Italian Immigrant in America. The Coal Situation .....
5 By William E. Davenport The Child Labor Conflict at the South.. 6 On Being Abroad in Winter...
32 Damages against a Trades-Union..
6 By Oscar von Engeln A Hard Winter in Europe.....
7 The New French Ambassador (Portrait and The Woman Question in Germany. 8 Sketch)..
44 The Customs Union in South Africa.
9 The New American Navy: The OrganizaReligious Conditions in the Sudan.
9 tion and Education of the Navy..... 45 The American School at Athens.
10 By John D. Long A Council of Jewish Women.. 11 Joseph G. Cannon (Portrait)...
58 Trained Nurses in Public Schools.
The Bodleian Library: 1602-1902........ 59 Wireless Telegraphy ...
By Augustine Birrell
By Frank Dempster Sherman
70 Beauty for Working People.
By E. B. Findlay Why Not?......
The Tragedy of the Lost Commission. .... 71 The Archbishop of Canterbury
By James Barnes
84 CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES :
By Grace Denio Litchfield In Delhi..
19 By William Frederick Dix
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