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Valdez, Alaska.-From New York to Valdez

(illus.), 116
Van Buren, Right Rev. J. H.

Is “The story of Mercedes" true? 552

Story of Mercedes, 174
Van Deerlin, H.-Japanese, Hawaiians, Chinese

and Spaniards studying in one class, 559
VIRGINLA, Diocese of
Christmas in the Virginia mountains (illus.),


Wakamatsu, Japan.-Kindergarten at Waka-

matsu (illus.), 309
Wakayama, Japan.—Wakayama and its out-

stations (illus.), 265
Walhalla, North Dakota.--Baptism on the North

Dakota prairie (illus.), 288
Walke, Rev. R. A.-- New Year's Eve at St.

Paul's College, Tokyo, 366
Walker, M. P.-Mann Hall and what it means

for China, 846

See Olympia, Missionary District of
Waste Win, 220
Ways and means, 291
Welbourn, Rev. J. A.

All Saints' Day in Tokyo, 31

How to reach St. Matthias's from Tokyo, 453
WESTERN COLORADO, Missionary District of

Beginning work in Western Colorado, 91
Establishing the Church in a new community

(illus.), 438
On the trail in Western Colorado (illus.), 921
Pioneering in Western Colorado (illus.), 713

Staging by sleigh, 263
Wheeler, c. R. -Pan-Anglican Congress, 466
Whitcombe, L.-Sketch, 369
White, Rev. R.-Sketch and portrait, 863
White Rocks, Utah.-Happenings (illus.), 140
Wightman, M. E.-Sketch, 857
Williams, Right Rev. A. L.-Bishop's sugges-

tions about the apportionment, 42
Williams, C. W.-Sketch and portrait, 856
Winsor, H.-Sketch and portrait, 367
Conferences, 1907, Dec., 68; 1908, Jan., 143;

Feb., 307; March, 310; April, 470 ;

Sept., 813; Oct., 895; Nov., 976
How the Woman's Auxiliary can help meet

the present call for workers, 63
Travelling Secretary, 733, 807, 890, 973


Junior department, 203, 220, 223, 307
Woman's Auxiliary in Shanghai (illus.),

Annual meeting of the Honolulu branch,

A Sokwai of the Nippon Sei Kokwai (illus.),

Fourteenth annual report of the Kyoto

branch (illus.), 811
United States
How the Auxiliary works in the Good Shep-

herd Mission [Morganton, North Caro-

lina] (illus.), 304
South Dakota Indians and the Woman's

Auxiliary (illus.), 139
Young woman's branch in Los Angeles Dio-

cese, 467
Women, Work among See Bible-women;

Woman's Auxiliary
Wood, Rev. R. E. - Christmas in the heart of

China, 928
Woods, L. J.

Full household at Fort Yukon, 657

Sick calls from Fort Yukon, Alaska, 64
Woodward, E. L.-Opening of St. James's Hos-

pital, Anking, 25
Worthington, Right Rev. G. - Bishop Worthing-

ton (portrait), 132
Wuchang, China

Christmas in the heart of China (illus.), 928
Day's routine (illus.), 464
Library in sight for Wuchang, 53

See also Boone College
Wusih, China.-New venture (illus.), 642
Wygant, M. E.-Sketch, 959
WYOMING, Missionary District of
Five thousand miles through Idaho and Wyo-

ming (illus.), 765, 869
From the mining towns and ranches (illus.),


Xochimilco, Lake, Mexico.-Floating islands of

Lake Xochimilco (illus.), 195

Yamagata, Japan.-Outpost in Japan, 545
Young People's Missionary Movement.

[International convention), 296
(Silver Bay conference), 702

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