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CONTENTS FOR AUGUST, 1919

FRONTISPIECES:

Yellowstone Brown Bear 91

At Rest In Yellowstone 92

Mountain Lion Killed by Government

Scouts In Yellowstone 92

THE WILD ANIMALS OF YELLOWSTONE

PARK CLARENCE ADAMS 93

Illustrated from Photographs

THE WONDERLAND OF THE PACIFIC. . THOMAS J. McMAHON 103

Illustrated from Photographs

NOON "THE STEVENSONS" 110

PEKING DUST ELLEN N. LaMOTTIE 111

Illustrated from Photographs

WAR'S GIFTS OF WORDS WARWICK JAMES PRICE 115

LAND O* DREAMS. Verse FORD C. FICK 118

THE STRIKE IN FUNERAL RANGE. . . MILTON BARTH 119

THE SHEPHERD'S CONVERSION. Verse. PEARL LA FORCE MAYER 124

THE LOST LIZZIE WILDE WILLIAM WALLACE FAIRBANKS 125

Illustrated from Photographs

CAMPING. Verse JOHN RAVENOR BULLEN 130

TRAINING A SPIRIT TO TELEGRAPH and

THE HOBO HERO F. H. SIDNEY 131

STEAMSHIP HUMBOLDT. Verse. . . . ARTHUR LAWRENCE BOLTON 138

THE FIDDLE CREEK RANGE HALBERT H. SAUBER 139

A DISTINGUISHED WESTERNER. . . . REBECCA J. GRADWOHL 143

A ROMANCE OF THE MOUNTAIN. . . . BELLE YOUNG 145

THE WRECK AT CLAY HILL HAROLD E. SOMERVTLLE 148

DOORS. Verse NELSON ANTRIM CRAWFORD 151

THE WINDS OF RETRIBUTION ETHYL HAYES SEHORN 152

TREASURE TROVE RONALD A. DAVIDSON 159

THE WOLLESON EXPERIMENT. . . . CHARLES H. SHINN 164 WHERE THE SPANISH DAGGER KEEPS

SILENT VIGIL SARAH INGHAM SPENCER 168

HOW HERMIT PEAK GAINED ITS NAME R. M. WHISTLER 174

IN THE REALM OF BOOKLAND 175

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