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SURVEY ASSOCIATES, INc.

N A T I O N A L C O U N C I L
ROBERT W. DE FOREST, Chairman

JANE ADDAMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chicago MORRIS KNOWLES.... . . . . . . Pittsburgh
ERNEST P. BICKNELL.... Washington ALBERT D. LASKER. . . . . . . . . . Chicago
RICHARD C. CABOT. . . . . . . . . . . Boston JOSEPH LEE................... Boston
J. LIONBERGER DAVIS . . . . . St. Louis JULIAN W. MACK. . . . . . . . . . . Chicago
EDWARD T. DEWINE. . . . . . . New York W. EVERIT MACY. . . . . . . . . . . New York
ARTHUR. F. ESTABROOK. . . . . . Boston CHARLES D. NORTON. . . . . . New York
LIVINGSTON FARRAND...... Boulder SIMON N. PATTEN. . . . . . . Philadelphia
SAMłIEL.S. FELS......... Philadelphia JULIUS ROSENWALD. . . . . . . . . Chicago
LEE K. FRANKEL.......... New York NATHAN A. SMYTH. . . . . . . . . New York
JOHN M. GLENN. . . . . . . . . . . . New York GRAHAM TAYLOR. . . . . . . . . . . . Chicago
C. M. GOETHE. . . . . . . . . . . . . Sacramento ELIOT WADSWORTH. . . . . Washington
WILLIAM E. HARMON. . . . . . New York LILLIAN D. WALD. . . . . . . . . . New York
WM. TEMPLETON JOHNSON, San Diego ALFRED T. WHITE. . . . . . . . . . Brooklyn

FRANK TUCKER, Treas..... New York ARTHUR P. KELLOGG, Sec.. New York

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CONTRIBUTING EDITORS HEADQUARTERS STAFF
PHILIP P. JACOBS ARTHUR P. KELLOGG
ALEXANDER JOHNSON GRAHAM R. TAYLOR*
FLORENCE KELLEY JOHN A. FITCH
SAMUEL MCCUNE LINDSAY - DAVID C. DAVIS
JOHN IHLDER WINTHROP D. LANE
PORTER. R. LEE MARY CHAMBERLAIN
ALICE HAMILTON GERTRUDE SEYMOUR
KATE HOLLADAY CLAGHORN BRUNO LASKER
I. M. RUBINOW ELWOOD STREET

*On leave of absence attached to the American Embassy, Petrograd.

A JOURNAL of SOCIAL EXPLORATION

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Abbott, Grace, 184, 857.

Child labor law director (with portrait),
484, 485.

Abelson, Alter.
A light (verse), 455.

Accidents, industrial.
Green hands and. 556.
Training of persons injured, 78.

* law, letters from Powell and Fitch,

Addams, Jane, Paul Elmer More on, 337.
Adler, H. M., 563.
Adolescence, 21.
Advertising, THE SURVEY as a medium (letter),
510.
African wages, 536.
Agriculture.
British women and, 526.
St. Louis rally, 67.
Ahlers, Dr. O. C., 47.
Alabama.
Jails, 262.
School buildings, 66.
Albany, N. Y., court psychopathic clinic, 536.
Alcohol
Bread or beer (letters of Mr. Fox and Mrs.
Tilton), 178.
Breweries vs. bakeries (Mrs Tilton's re-
joinder to Mr. Fox), 65.
Cartoons, 166, 168, 169.
Child labor in making, 195.
Cost of (letters), 179.
Dry look ahead, 524.
Fox, H. L., reply to Mrs. Tilton, 62.
Little Adventures with John Burleycorn:
extract, 273.
0'Ryan, Gen. J. F., on, 459.
Poster Campaign, latest poster, 68.
Wice and 343.
War work and, 537.
Wets and the West, 351.
See also Prohibition.
*rsimmons bill, 504, 520, 541, 555,

U.
"Alice in Wonderland” (cartoon), 275.
Aliens.
Farm work,295.
New York city, 527.
Patriotism and. 529.
St. Louis, 248.
All America Helps, 79.
Allowances to Soldiers' families, 291.
See also Insurance; Soldiers.
Almy, Frank. 537.
Almy, Frederic, 177, 258, 537.
Portrait, 254.
America.
Newer sons (verse), 404.
Protecting ideals of, 31.
American Academy of Political and Social
Science, world food conference, 555.
American Alliance for Labor and Democracy,
meeting at Minneapolis, 558.
* Association of Workers for the Blind,

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Labor troubles, 429.
Minimum wage, 149.
Arkansas.
Legislation, 42, 177.
Women's wages, 37's.
Armenia, missionary relief expedition, 405.
Armenian and Syrian relief, 202.
Army, U. S.
Compensation, insurance, etc., 435.
Separate allowances, 167
Unfit candidates, 224.
Wenereal disease and, 145.
See also Soldiers.
Army chaplains, 147.
Army Committee on Training Camp Activi-
ties, 577.
Aoy families, pay and ; San Francisco plan,

Ary uniforms, sweat shops and, 519, cover
of Sept. 15 issue.

Arnstein, Leo, 48-49.

Arsenals, survey, 297.

Asia (journal), 47.
Australia, reducing the high cost of living, 544.
Austria, public health, 462.
Autocracy, Russia (cartoon), 41.
Avery, John M., Vermont government, 148.
Ayres, P. W., 364.

Boo. See Infant mortality; Infants; Chil-
ren.
Baby-saving, 508.
Baby Week, 508.
Dog by Emma Clark, cover of April 28
ssue.
Plans for, 41.
“Back to the Sea,” 443.
Bacon, Mrs. A. F., 98.
Baker, N. D. Circular to governors and others
on camps, 273.
Balch, Emily G. Reviews of several books on
world relations, 549, 550, 552.
Baldwin, Frank.
ter), 199.
Baldwin, Roger N., 48, 5.10.
East St. Louis—Why? (letter), 447.
Review of De Witt's The Man in Court, 361.
Review of Perry's Community Center Activi-
ties, 175.
Balfour, A. J., 182.
Balmer, Thomas, 281.
Banners, Americanization, 511.
Barnard, Geo. Grey, 21
Barnes, J. H., 491.
Barrow, Mrs. G. B. Letter, 199.
Barrows, E. M., 48.
Barton, Dante, 72.
Death, 463.
Batchelor, J. M. From an elevated train
(verse), 141.
Baths in Milan, Italy, 464.
Baxter, Dr. Donald. Poliomyelitis, 426.
Bayley, James, 503.
Bedell, Gertrude.

448.
Beer, 64, 65.

Congress and, 326.

Fight against, last week, 292.

Fox, H. L. (letter), 178.

See also Alcohol; Prohibition.
Belgian Red Cross poster, 121.
Belgian reservists in America, 302.
Belgian scholars, 463.
Belgium.

Deportations, 320.

Pryse Poer, 898.

*202.

San Francisco exposition (let-

Women's wages (letter),

Relief
Bell, Wm. M. Speakers wanted for Los An-
geles (letter), 46.
Bellamy, Geo. A., 251.
Bellport, L. I., 578.
Heiivisie, 6, 463.
Benjamin, P. L.
Challenge, The (verse), 119.
Comrades (verse), 437.
Review of Pollock's Our Minnesota, 370.
Bennett, R. B., 56.
Portrait, 56.
Berlin children, 277.
Berne, 463.
Bernstein, Dr. Chas., 263.
Berres, A. J., 488.
Bible Film Co., 79.
Bicknell, E. P., 235.
Big Brothers and Big Sisters, 298.
Biggs, Dr. H. M.
Plan to control tuberculosis in war, 198.

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Tuberculosis in France, 112.
Billings, W. K., 305.
Portrait, 308.

Birth control.

Chicago, 126.
Činic famiises, 98.
Illinois, 250.
Mitchell case (letter), 200.
Pennsylvania, 462.
Birth-rate, 530.

Bisbee, Ariz., deportations, 353, 429.

Blackwell, Alice S., 528.
Mme. Breshkovsky's address (letter), 536.
Blindness: one system of raised letters for all
blind in future, 341.
Bloomfield, Daniel. Letter on Daylight Sav-
ing, 176.
Blue Ridge conference, 443.
Bolduan, C. F., 495.
Bomb cases in San Francisco, 305.
Book reviews.
Administration of Industrial Enterprises,
The (Jones), 441.
Advent Songs (Patten), 361.
Agriculture. After the War (Hall), 441.
Alsace-Lorraine (Jordan), 551.
American Red Cross Text Book on Home
Dietetics (Fish), 75.
Armenian Poems Blackwell, trans.), 368.
Bases d'une Paix rable, Les (Schwan), 553.
Basis of Durable Peace, The (Cosmos), 553.
Bons Under the German Eagle (Massart),

Budget, The (Stourm), 574.
Building of Cities, The (James), 372.
Call of the Republic, The (Wise), 532.
Central Europe (Naumann), 359.
Chartist Movement, 3 books on, 288.
China Inside Out (Miller), 360.
Christian *H: The (Williams), 531.
Church and the Hour, The (Scudder), 370.
City Residential Land Development (Yeo-
mans), 289. -
City Worker's World, Th. AS1mkhovitch), 367.
Community Center Activities (Perry), 175.
Conditions of Labor in American Industries
(Lauck and Sydenstricker), 441.
Confusion of Tongues, A (Frothingham), 574.
Cooperative Credit for the United States
(Wolff), 574.
Criminality and Economic Conditions (Bon-
ger), TÜ.
Co. of the Theory of Evolution (Mor-
n

gan), -
Declining Birth-rate. The, 530.
Development of China, The (Latourette), 360.
Dietetics or Food in Health and Disease

(Tibbles), 575.
Drama of the Spiritual Life, The (Sears), 174.
Education of omen, The (Talbot), 175.
Elizabeth (Richards), 76.
English-Speaking Peoples, The (Beer), 549.
Essays in War Time (Ellis), 288.
European *}; The (Dickinson), 73, 75.
Faith, War, and Policy (Murray), 573.
Financial Administration of Great Britain,

The (Willoughby and others), 442.
Forevention and Protection (Hutson).

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Flogging Craze, The (Salt), 174.
Food and Health (Kinne and Cooley), 76.
Food for the Worker (Stern and Spitz), 373.
French books on France after the war, 173.
Freud's Theories of the Neuroses (Hitsch-
mann), 361.
Frontiers of Language and Nationality in
Europe, The (Dominian), 553.
Function, The, of Socialization in Social Evo-
lution (Burgess), 573.
Girlhood and Character (Moxcey), 289.
Henry Ford's Own Story (Lane), 372.
How to Become a Citizen of the United States
(Kallmeyer), 533.
Hygiene in Mexico (Pani), 551.
Hymns of the United Church (Morrison and
Willett, Eds.), 46.
Immigrant and the Community, The (Ab-
bott), 372.
Inside the British Isles (Gleason), 548.
International Crisis, The . The Theory of
the State (Mackenzie and others), 552.
Internationalism—several works on (by
Grant, Greenwood, Muir, Withers, Dick-
inson, etc.), 73.
Introduction, An, to the * of Organized
Labor in America (Groat), 532.
Is Christianity Practicable? (Brown), 574.
Jewish Philanthropy (Bogen), 532.
Judgment of the Orient, The (K’ung Yuan
Ku'suh), 174.

Loan's Handbook of Medicine, A (Cabot),
o

“Mademoiselle Miss,” 372.
Man in Court, The (De Witt), 361.
Measurement of Intelligence (Terman), 423.
Mechanisms of Character Foundation
(White), 361.
Mental Conflicts and Misconduct (Healy),

421.
Mentality of the Criminal Woman, The
(Weidensall), 367.
Mexican Problem, The (Barron), 551.
Minimum Cost of Living, The (Gibbs), 531.
Modern Mother's Experience, A (Mosko-
witz), 372.
Motherhood (Hartley), 371.
Murder (Greenberg), 76.
National Being, The-Some Thoughts on
an Irish Polity (A. E.), 548.
Nationalism and War in the Near East (Lord
Courtney), 552.
Nogalism, War and Society (Krehbiel),

52.
Natural Painless Childbirth and the Deter-

mination of Sex (Sylvan), 575.
Nature of Peace, The (Ueblen), 554.
Neurotic Constitution, The (Adler), 361.
New Citizenship, The (Mackaye) 76.
New Country Church Building, The (Brun-

ner), 574.
Notes on the Causation of Cancer (Russell),

534.
Obstacles to Peace (McClure), 554.
Offender, The, and His Relation to Law and

Society (Lewis), 531.
Origin, The . . . of Toxic Jaundice . . . .

in Munition Workers (Legge and others),

533.
Our Minnesota (Pollock), 370.
oo: of Applied Sociology (Fairchild),
Personal Health (Brady), 175.
Physical Basis of Society, The (Kelsey), 573.
Prison Reform (Bacon), 46.
Prost and Wages (Kleene), 289.
Promise of Country Life, The Bowman), 175.
Psychology of Special Abilities and Disabili-
ties (Bronner), 372.
Public Defender, The (Goldman), 361.
Readings in Social Problems (Wolfe), 46.
Rebirth of Russia, The (Marcosson), 549.
Recent Progress in the Study of Variation,
Heredity and Evolution (Lock), 422.
Reconstruction of Poland and the Near East,
The (Gibbons), 550.
Restoration of Trade Union Conditions

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Seasonal Industry, A (Van Kleeck), 370.

so. Folk Dance Book. The "(Črampton),
75.

Farm census in 5 days, 155.
Permanent national registry, 438.
Central councils and community planning, 216.
Chain letter for war relief, 463.
Chamberlain, J. P. Insurance for soldiers
and sailors, 504.
coerlain. Mary. Women and war work,

Chaplains, army, 147.
Character, educating in schools, 536.
Charities.
Lexington, Ky., 513.
St. Louis list, 250.
War, control in, 456.
See also New York (State). -
Charities Bulletin, 180.
Charity. See Gifts; Societies for Organizing
Charity.
Co. federation, 557, and cover of Sept. 22
SSue.
Charity Organization in Salt Lake City, 252.
Charleston, S. C., social problem and soldiers,

33.
Chase, Pearl, 183.
Chautauqua, Los Angeles, speakers wanted
(letter), 46.
Chelsea Neighborhood Association, 79.
Cartoon by Hy Mayer, 95.
Chicago.
Family limitation, 126.
Forest preserve, 325.
Judge's treatinent of insane, 464.
Public school tangle, 259.
Sachs' name cleared, 99.
Vice war, 249. -
See also Illinois.
Chicago School of Civics and Philanthropy,
studentships, 79.
Chicago University medical school, 281.
Child labor.
Alcohol manufacture by, 195.
California, 28.
Enforcement of the federal law, 357.
Federal law, 484.
Federal law held unconstitutional in North
Carolina, 507.
Flag and emblem making, 224.
Massachusetts standards, 78.
National committee plan, 86.
Oklahoma farms, 576.
Our Prussian (cartoon), 226.
Safeguarding children in farm work, 86.
Schooling and, 383.
Senate and, 201.
War and, 44.
Child welfare.
Iowa, 197.
Montevideo congress, notice, 512.
Montevideo congress officially recognized, 581.
Children.
Conscription and patriotism (poster), 167.
Farmers' opinions of boy labor, 142.
Fresh air for Berlin, 277.
Health crusade (ill.), 41.
Making the war safe for, 381, 418, 451.
Movies for (letter), 199.
Rights, 460. 509.
Rights (letter), 460.
Slums and nature's dwarf trees, 116.
War and (letter), 5S0.
War and crime, 24.
War-time service, 155.
Children's Bureau.
Growing staff, 494.
Norway code for children, 509.
Children's Court, New York, 581.
Children's Home Society. See National Chil-
dren's Home and Welfare Association.

hina.

Getting rich quick, 556.

Opium and morphin, , 556.

Opportunity for American social workers, 501.

Second Wind (Tilden), 533.

Selected Articles on Capital Punishment
(Fanning), 361.

Selected Articles on Military Training, etc.
(Van Valkenburgh), 372.

Selected Articles on Minimum Wage (Reely),

371.
Selected Articles on National Defense, In-

cluding Compulsory Miiltary Service (Wan

Valkenburgh), 370.
Sexes in Science and History, The (Gamble),

368.
Short Rations (Doty), 174.
Sins of the Children, The (Hamilton), 175.
Slaves of the War Zone, The (Baily), 549.
Social Insurance (Woodbury), 533.
Social Rule (Parsons), 369.
Society Misfits (Doty), 77.
Soul of Ulster. The (Hamilton), 548.
so, of My Life (Keller), school edition,

so in Forensic Psychiatry (Glueck),

Study and Behavior of an Individual Child,
The (McManis). 423.
Teaching of History in the High School, The
(Hartwell), 174.
Training of Men for the World's Future, The
(Thwing), 360.
Training the Children (Hughes), 575.
Truancy and Non-Attendance in the Chicago
Schools (Abbott and Breckinridge), 369.
Ultimate Democracy and Its Making (Sims),

441.
Unfair Competition (Stevens), 442.
Vitalized School, The (Pearson). 422.
War. After the War, The (Marcosson), 360.
Way Life Begins, The (Cady), 423.
When the Prussians Came to Poland

(Turczynowicz), 550.
Why Men Fight (Russell), 45.
Witte Arrives (Tobenkin), 574.
Women in Modern Industry (Hutchins), 371.
Women in War (Gribble). 553.
Women Workers and Society (McLean), 371.
Workers and Education. The (Gillman), 440.
World at War. The (Brandes), 360.
World Peace—A Spectacle Drama in Three

Acts (O'Hare), 175.

Books.
For soldiers, 496.
On world relations, 548.
Booze (cartoons), 166, 168, 169.
Grain cartoon, 223.
Boss. See Employers.
Boston.
School system investigation, 44.
War prohibition, 250. -
Boston City Hospital, social service [347].
Hoston Legal Aid Society, 49

5. -
Bourne, Randolph. Review of Patri's A School-

master of the Great City, 422.
Bowen, A. L., 563.
Bowen, Albert, 344.
Health insurance (letter), 279.
“Boxer” students, [499].
Boy Scouts, parade on Patriots' Day, 97.
Ho! Judge, federal child labor law, 507.
yS.
ICnlistment for farms, 195.
Farmers and, 142.
Farms and, 386.
Pioneers of America, 180.
Sinning, 421.
Boys' Club, industrial plant, 250.
Boys' Working Reserve, 195.
Brace Memorial Newsboys' House, 375.
Brace up, 482, 483.
Braille alphabet, 341.
Brandeis, L. D., 33.
Branzwyn, Frank, war posters, 395-397.
Bread or beer (letter : Fox), 178.
Breckenridge, Mrs. I)esha, 513.
Brenner, V. D.
Bas-relief of F. B. Sanborn, cover of June
16 issue.
Natal day of the new Russia (sculpture),
cover of July 21 issue.
Breshkovsky, Mme.
Address, 536.
Word from, 20.
Bressler, David M., 48.
Breweries vs. bakeries, 65.
Brewers Association, 6.2, 65.
Fox, H. L. (letter), 178.
Bridgeport, social forces cooperating, 374.
Bronner, Augusta F.
Review of McManis' The Study and Behav-
ior of an Individual Child, 423.
Review of Weidensall's The Mentality of the
Criminal Woman, 367.
Brooklyn, housing reform, 99.
Brown, Elon, 225.
Brown, Margaret H., Maine prisons, 150.
Brown bill, 225.
Veto, 241.
Brundage, E. J., 126.
Brunson, C. M., 183.
Buffalo.
Almy brothers, 537.
Physicians, 374.
Bureau of Engraving and Printing, hours of
work, 357.
Bureau of Labor Statistics. See U. S. Bureau
of Labor Statistics.
Burgess, J. S.
China's social challenge, 501
Portrait in group [4991.
Burke, M. C. Wages (letter), 344.
Burns, A. T. Tax exemption (letter), 344.
Boon, Margaret F. Within our own gates,

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California.
Anti-injunction bill, 380.
Child labor law, 28.
Land settlement, 408.
Oriental labor, #25.
School term (letter), 534.
Social insurance, 297.
State superintendent of playgrounds, 581.
Women's wages, 377
Camp cities.
Cleaning up, 273.
San Diego, 281.
Campbell, J. C., 428.
Camps.
Los Angeles, 22.
Making safe for soldiers, 376.
New Rochelle emergency hospital, cover of
June 2 issue.
Soldiers in cities, 433.
Canada.
City (Montreal) in war time, 1, 56.
Grey, Earl, as a social reformer, 508.
Insurance for soldiers, 379.
Labor exchanges, 493.
Canadian city in war time. See Canada.
Canadian National Service Board, 56.
Canadian Patriotic Fund, 201.
Cancer. 534.
Cape Cod, war on, 547.
Capital punishment, People's Campaign League,
47

.
Carlton, F. T. War economics (letter), 448.
Carter, Gen. W. H., 143.
Carver, T. N., 144.
Castberg law, 460, 509.
Catholic Social Year Book [3471.
Censorship.

As enacted, 245.

Irresponsible, 358.
Census.

Public health campaign (sketch), 73.

Shanghai Y. W. C. A. 527.
Choate, Joseph H., life and portrait, 172.
Chocano, J. S., 528.
Christman, Elizabeth. Omission (letter), 279.
Churches.

Offers to nation for war work, 70-71.

Social workers recruited from, 278.

War and, 228.
Cigarettes in Kansas law, 47.
Cincinnati.

Negro Civic Welfare Committee, 511.

Social service, 374.

Social unit plan, 355.
Cities, soldiers encamped in, 433.
City planning.

California conference, 298.

Cleveland, 512.

Ontario, 363.

St. Louis, 47.

Texas, 47.

Textbook, 537. -
Civic reformer, vindication, 26.
Civics: studentships in Chicago School, 79.
Civil Liberties Bureau, 346.
Civil service.

Merit route, 318.

State, efficiency, 40.
Civil Service Commission, government appoint-

ments, 202.
Civil war, General Orders No. 100, 315.
Civilian Relief. See Red Cross.
Claghorn, Kate H. Review of Dominian's The

Frontiers of Language and Nationality in

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I)agenhart, R. H., 485, 507.
Dairy, typhoid traced to, 356.
Dallas, Texas.
City-planning textbook, 537.
Cost of living, 248.
Dallas Survey, 449.
Danbury hatters' case.
Homes placed on sale, 262.
Homes to be kept, 363.
I}avenport, Eugene, 39, 69.
Davis, Otto W. 41.
I avison, H. P., 162, 235, [348], 508.
I awson, Darner, 490.
Daylight saving.
Congress and, 125.
Letter on the article, 176.
I}eafened soldiers, 37.5, 510.
I)ean, Arthur D. Tools as well as guns, 35.
I Mebar, Joseph, telegram, 343.
L)efectives.
Self help, 79.
See also Mental defectives.
I}efenders of poor criminals, 79.
Defense.
First line of (cartoon by Kopsco), 39.
Nee also I’reparedness.
Delineator, The, 508.
I helinquency in war time, 451.
Democracy, 30, 31.
America to Russia (Root's speech), 272.
Call to conference on, 180.
Trench-digging and (cartoon by Kopsco), 71.
War and, 321
Wilson's address, April 2, 16-17.
Democracy and Terms of Peace, conference at
New York, 246.
Denmark, trade union, 536.
I)entistry, cooperative, 248.
Dependents, soldiers', 167.
Deportations, 320.
Derrick, Calvin. Self-government (Ione), 473,
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Devine, E.T.:
Letters criticizing his article “First Obliga-
tion,” 535.

Social forces in war time, 290, 314, 336, 352,
374, 400, 424, 438, 346, 456, 566.
Social problems of the war, 253.
Summer course, 297.
Wartime assistance on THE SURVEy, 318.
Dewey, John. Extracts from an address on
education, 19.
Dillard, J. H. Negro migration, 340.
Dood soldiers, Inter-Allied Conference on,
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Dock labor, 320.
Dodd, Alvin E., 48.
Dogs in Constantinople, 471.
Draft.
Letter on opposing, 534.
See also Conscription.
Drake, C. St. Clair. 564.
I) raper, Dr. George, 206.
IJublin.
Plans for a new, 227.
Soldiers and Sailors' Help Society, 196 and
cover of May 26 issue.
Du Bois, W. E. B. 226.
Dudley, E. C., 564.
I)unes, Lake Michigan, 287.
Dwarfs, Nature's, 116.

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East Africa. wages, 536.
East St. Louis.
Fauset, Jessie. on (letter). 448.
Negro riot, 331.
Why? (letter), 447.
Economics. war (letter), 448.
Economy. hysterical demands for, 123.
Edens, B. M. Negro emigration to the North
(letter), 511.
Edgerton, Alice. War relief (letter), 199.
Edgerton, C. E. Our aim in the war (letter),
535.
Education.
Books on. 421.
Character-building, 536.
For earning or for life?, 18.
Germans (letter), 580.
Negroes, 267.
War program, 425.
See also Vocational, etc.
Efficiency and posture, 482, 483.
Eight-hour Day in the Bureau of Engraving
and Printing, 357.

Bloc. W. Vice in France behind the lines,
509.
Eliot, Thos. D. San Francisco vice crusade (let-
ter), 77.
Elkus, A. I. Turkey's condition, 376.

Elliot, John L., 21.
El Paso, 71, 273, 349.
Saloon and prostitutes, 245.
Embroidery : Swiss minimum wage, 201.
Emergency Peace Federation, conference, 246.
Emerson, Dr. Haven, 295.
Alcohol and vice, 343.
Employers and Employed. National Alliance, 80.
Employers' efficiency (Fitch), 211.
Employment.

New York Bureau, 262.
New York Bureau and women, 298.
Enopment towns, soldiers and social vice in,

Engineers for France, 166.
England.
Cooperative movement, 230.
Experience in output and hours during the
war, 51.
Housing munition workers, 460.
Minimum wage for farm labor, 377.
Registry of appeals for war charity, 375.
Women police, 490.
See also Great Britain.
English Union of Democratic Control,
terms, 406.
Enlisting workmen for France, 166.
Espionage bill, 245.
Everett, Wash., 160.
Bote, social, nature and uses (Richmond),

Exemption, 167, 394.

Contributions, 314.

Letter on, 534.
Exercise, physical faults corrected by, 482, 483.
Exiles, Russians in America, 327.
Eyes, defective. 224.

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Europe, 553.
Clark, Annie H. (Mrs. J. P.) Deafened sol-
diers ( letter), 510.
Clark, B. Preston, 281.
Clark, W. E., 581.
Review of Thwing's The Training of Men for
the World's Future, 360.
Cleveland.
City planning, 512.
Civilian relief training, 512.
Mental conscription (letter), 77.
Negro prisoners, 511.
Protest against military training in school,
24

Clifton Springs, N. Y., 80.
Clinton, G. W., 428.
Clock, testimony of, 306.
Clogs, 298-299.
Club girls, inter-settlement, 201.

Coal Production Committee, miners repre-
sented, 279.
Cockran, W. Bourke, portrait, 308.
Cod, Cape. See Cape Cod.
Coffin, Howard E., 123.
Cohen. Barney, 564.
College girls' social work, 363, 426.
College Settlement, 201.
College Settlements Association, rebaptism,

219.
College Socialists, 578.
Colleges and nursing, 294.
Collier, John, 131.
Colorado.
Coal strike (of 1913) end, 298.
Lawson a free man, 7
Unions in coal mines, 40.
Columbia, S. C., social problem and soldiers,

Coimbia University, government training
courses, 201.
Columbus, O... cooperation in social service,
374-375.

Commercial lyceum bureaus, 80, 82.
Commonwealth Hall, 449.
Community Center Conference,

ficers, 183.
Community centers : Chicago conference, 131.
Community planning, central councils and, 216.
Compensation.

Soldiers, 435.

Soldiers, all alike, 555.

See also Workinen's compensation.
Comrades (verse), 437.
Conference on Mób Violence, 443.
Conferences, calendar, 101, 184, 185, 465.
Congress.

Prohibition bills. 274, 326.

Public health measures delayed, 457.
Connecticut.

I'epartment of health, 282.

Hours of work (letter), 178.

Smallpox, 124.

War labor for children and women, 250.
Conscientious objectors.

Levine. E. T., on, 438.

Individual exemption, 296.

Letters from pacifists, 535.

Neumann, H. (ietter), 447.

Plea for. 391.

Quaker plans to aid war, 70.

Quakers and, 146.

Universal service and, 352.
Conscription.

Adoption by Congress, 120.

Human experience, 404.

Mental. Cleveland (letter), 77.
Conservation of human life, 79.
Conservation of minds (letter), 362.
Constitutions: Massachusetts convention, 281.

National, of—

Consumers' League.
Industrial standards, 346.
Labor laws in war, 37.

Contract labor and farmers, 295.

Contributions. See Gifts.
Coolie labor. 325.
Co-operation.

Central States Society, 511.
England, 230.
Cost of living.
“Alice in Wonderland” (cartoon), 275.
Australia,
Dallas, Texas, 248.
Protocol and, 249.
Costello, Dr. C. E., 224, 225.
Council of National Defense, 31.
Labor standards in wartime, 37.
Medical branch, plans, 87.
Plans ; eight labor committees, 94.
Councils. See Central councils.
Counsel for defendants, 79.
Country. See Rural life.
Courts and Negroes, 509.
Craze, Geo. H., 48.
Crime, juvenile, and war, 24.
Cripples.
oys instructing soldier, England, cover of
June 30 issue.
Iowa curing, 312.
Preparation for war cripples, 291.
War, 566.
War: New York city institution, 297.
See also Wounded soldiers.
Crow, bagging (cartoon), 524.
Currick, Rabbi M. C., 47.
Curtis, Wm. G. Insurance facts (letter), 179.

Factory experience in Switzerland, 299.
Failure, reasons for, 335.
Families, limitation of, 126.
Family budget, 180.
Farm census, 155.
Farm labor league, Quaker, 70.
Farm work.
Boys and, 386.
Boys' enlistment for, 195.
Boys from city and, farmers' opinions, 142.
Children, 86.
Children in Oklahoma, 576.
Contract labor for, 295.
Maryland, 159.
Minimum wage in England, 377.
Negroes, 267.
School attendance vs., 68.
Shortage of help, 39.
Summer vacations and, 69.
Wages, 325.
Women and, 262.
Farmers.
National Non-Partisan League, 564.
St. Louis rally, 67.
Farrand, Livingston, [348], 353.
Portrait, [348].
Fashion, faults of, 482.
Fatherless (poster), 396.
Fatigue, war results, 170.
Faulkner, C. E. Letter opposing change of
name of National conference, 177.
Fauset, Jessie, 510.
East St. Louis (letter), 448.
Fon. Wm. F. School buildings in Alabama,
Federal Council for Allied War Charities and
the Red Cross, 340.
Federal Council of the Churches of Christ,
offers for war work, 70-71.
Federal probation, 281.
Federation, charity, 557 and cover of Sept.
22 issue.
Feeblemindedness, 177, 178.
Immigrants, 528.
Johnson, Alex., on (letter), 580.
Merging of New York Committee, 297.
New York State, 130.
Pennsylvania, 23.
Unemployment and, on Pacific coast, 250.
Wartime “bit,” 263.
Fellowship of Reconciliation, 198.
Fernau, ermann, pamphlet, 324.
Fincke, Wm. M., 228, 298.
Finlay, K. G., 8.
Finley, J. H. On military training law, 36.
Finnegan, Mrs. Annie, 91.
Fisher, Irving. Prohibiiton in wartime (let-
ter), 279.
Fisk University, 278.
Fitch, John A. Hours and output, 138.
Letter in reply to Mr. Powell, 47.
Making the boss efficient, 211.
Peace at home, 189.
Review of Groat’s An Introduction to the |
Study of Organized Labor in America, 532.
Review of Lauck and Sydenstricker's Con-
ons of Labor in American Industries,

1.
San Francisco bomb cases. 305.
Flag: family making flag emblems, 224. |
Floor. Hortense. Gifts (verse), 165.
"lies.
Baby deaths and (diagram), 40.
Food in Turkey, cover of Sept. 1 issue.
Fresh-killed wanted, 77.
Shanghai playlet, 527.
Flower mission, 15.
foils, Homer."fałs), 353.
Fortrait, [348].
Food.

Beer, etc., and, 65.
Flies in Turkey, cover of Sept. 1 issue.
Importance of supply, 67.
Liquor prohibition to save (post card), 68.
National mobilization, 39.

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