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Valdez, Alaska.-From New York to Valdez
Is “The story of Mercedes" true? 552
Story of Mercedes, 174
and Spaniards studying in one class, 559
Wakamatsu, Japan.-Kindergarten at Waka-
matsu (illus.), 309
stations (illus.), 265
Dakota prairie (illus.), 288
Paul's College, Tokyo, 366
for China, 846
See Olympia, Missionary District of
All Saints' Day in Tokyo, 31
How to reach St. Matthias's from Tokyo, 453
Beginning work in Western Colorado, 91
Staging by sleigh, 263
tions about the apportionment, 42
Feb., 307; March, 310; April, 470 ;
Sept., 813; Oct., 895; Nov., 976
the present call for workers, 63
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY BRANCHES
Junior department, 203, 220, 223, 307
branch (illus.), 811
herd Mission [Morganton, North Caro-
lina] (illus.), 304
Auxiliary (illus.), 139
Full household at Fort Yukon, 657
Sick calls from Fort Yukon, Alaska, 64
pital, Anking, 25
ton (portrait), 132
Christmas in the heart of China (illus.), 928
See also Boone College
ming (illus.), 765, 869
Xochimilco, Lake, Mexico.-Floating islands of
Lake Xochimilco (illus.), 195
Yamagata, Japan.-Outpost in Japan, 545
[International convention), 296
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