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ST. NICHOLAS

AN

ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE

FOR BOYS AND GIRLS

VOLUME XI, IX

PART I–November, 1921, to April, 1922

THE CENTURY CO., NEW YORK

copyright. 1921, 1922. by THE CENTURY Co.

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Contents of Part I, Volume XLIX.

A-BERRYING. Verse................................................................................. Edith Lombard Squires...... I 92
AiR, The - You Nc AMERicA's FUTURE HIGHwa Y. Sketch.
(Illustrations from photographs.).............................................. George F. Thomson.......... 138

ARITH Metic IN RHYME. Verse.............................................................Alwin J. Scheuer................ 458

Autum N Song. Verse............................................................................ Eleanore Myers Jewett...... 58

BAseball. SEAson, The OPENING of THE. Picture. Drawn by

A. B. Walker. ........................................................................... 572

Bedroom LAND, IN. Verse. (Illustrated by Frances Hitz). ..Mabel H. Andrews............ 208

“Belle MARie," Through FLAME with the. Story. (Illus-

trated by I. W. Taber)................................. Edward Moore.................... 67

Best Brown Potter, His. Story. (Illustrated by Bernard J.

Rosenmeyer ...................................................................................... William Chauncy Langdon 115

Bird AND the SEAPLANE, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by Arthur

T. Merrick)......................................................... Florence Boyce Davis...... I 18
Blue ENvelop, THE. Serial Story. (Illustrated by Sarah K.

Smith and W. P. Couse)............................................................ Roy J. Snell.................. 525, 62o
Book-plates for Boys AND GIRLs. Sketch. (Illustrated)............Stephen Allard..................... 342
Books, Boys AND Girls AND THEIR. Sketch. (Illustrations from

photographs) .......................... ..George F. Thomson... 84
Boyhood UNTo AGE, SAID. Verse. ..Charles K. Taylor.... 379
BREAD AND Milk. Verse............. - ... Rose Mills Powers.... 348
BREADcRUSTs. See “Nightmare of the Boy Who Wouldn't Eat

Breadcrusts”

BRiskEN BREE, The. Story. (Illustrated by W. M. Berger)......Louise Saunders.................. 296

Brown Box, The Little. Story. (Illustrated by Marion T.

Justice) ... Agnes Cady Chitwood...... 146

BUN NIES: “So THAT’S WHAT BECAME OF PINKY 1” Picture.

Drawn by Mary M. Ludlum.......................................................................................................... 237

CAREless Little PRINcEss, The. Verse. (Illustrated by Regi-
nald Birch)........................................................ Ellen Manly.......................... 423

CARRier-Pigeons. See “Bird and the Seaplane, The.”

ChrisTMAs CANdle, THE. Story. (Illustrated by George

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DATEs, Two YoUNG AMERicans' We Nture for. Sketch. (Illus-

trations from photographs.).......................................................... Robert Forrest Wilson...... 59
DAUNtless UNcle, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by Reginald

Birch) ............................ Arthur Guiterman.............. 538
“DAvis CUP” STARs of 1930, OUR. Sketch. (Illustrations from

photographs .................................................................................. William T. Tilden, 2nd.... 16
“DAY-DREAMs.” Portrait. Painted by Lydia Field Emmet.......................................................... 244
Dolphi Ns AND Porpoises. Sketch. (Illustrated by the author).I. W. Taber 58o
DREAM DEBT, THE–A HINDU STORY.................................................. W. Norman Brown 4 I4
ENvelop, The BLUE. See “Blue Envelop, The.”
EMERALD, The INcA. See “Inca Emerald, The.”
FAll For the King, A. Story. (Illustrated by Henry C. Pitz). Eric P. Kelly........................ I22
FAR Horizon, THE ...... *~ Hildegarde Hawthorne...... 339
FAvoRITE TREE, MY. Verse..................................................................Mary F. K. Hutchinson.... 173
FIREs, Forest. See “Belle Marie, Through Flame with the.”
FiR-TRee Cousins, THE. Story. (Illustrated by Ralph Pallen

Coleman) ...................................................................... Lucretia D. Clapp.............. I 59
Football. See “Monkeyville fails to stop the two-ton half-

back.”
Forest Fires, How THEY AFFEct Food PRODUction. Sketch.

(Illustration from photograph).................................................. George F. Paul.................... 647

Forest Fires. See “Smoke-Chasers.”

Fortunate Misfortune, A. Story. (Illustrated by Mead
Schaeffer) ......................................... Katharine H. Taylor.......... 362

Frost Whistle, THE. Story. (Illustrated by Donald Teague). Edith Markham Wallace. 567

Girls' TENNIs Champion (HELEN Wills). Sketch. (Illustra-
tion from photograph) ........................................
GREETING ! Verse. (Illustrated by the author)

HAllowe'EN, SIR HARold's. Verse. (Illustrated by the author.). Charles F. Lester
HAPPIN ess Job, YoUR..............................................................................
HARE, THE. Verse. (With picture by M. S. Johnson) 3.54
HAwaii. See “Paradise, Found—a Young Folk’s.”
Hidden HARBor ANd the Isle of MAG1c FRUIT, THE. Story.

(Illustrated by George A. King).............................................. Captain John M. Ellicott,
U. S. N............................. 614
Hill of Adventure, THE. Serial Story. (Illustrated by
J. Clinton Shepherd).................................................................... Adair Aldon ........................ 31

186, 269, 406, 510, 590
HINDU Storiettes. The Ball of Thread; Give What You Wish;

The Dream-Debt.............................................................................. W. Norman Brown......4.3, 414
Hippo AND THE HUMMING-bird, THE. Story. (Illustrated by
Edward C. Caswell.)...................................................................... Brewer Corcoran................ 349
Hope FUL HUNTER AND THE RESOURCEFUL RAbbit, The. Pic-
tures. Drawn by E. W. Kemble.................................................................................................. 313
Hou Nds, THE MASTER of. Story. (Illustrated by W. M.
Allison.) ... Merritt P. Allen................ 574
IM Possible ANTHON.Y. Story. (Illustrated by Harold Sichel.)....R. Ray Baker........................ 563
INcA EMERALD, THE. Serial Story. (Illustrated by Charles
Livingston Bull.).............................. Samuel Scoville, Jr............. 289

356, 532, 636
“KANGA Roo, The.” Story. (Illustrated by Edward C. Caswell.). Florence Kerigan................ 245
KEEwAN is, The Adventure of. Verse. (Illustrated by W. M.

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Berger.) ...............................Lindsay Gordon Lucas...... 368
KiNg of MoUNT BALDY, THE. Story. (Illustrated by John S.
Curry.) ... Claude T. Barnes................ 4O2
“Ki Yi.” Story. (Illustrated by Nat Little.)..................................Joseph T. Kescel................ 465
KNIGHT OF THE GLOOMY COUNTENANcE, THE Adventure of THE.
Verse. (Illustrated by Henry C. Pitz.).................................. Clara Platt Meadowcroft. 227
KNob MoUNTAIN Tower, IN THE. Story. (Illustrated by
Donald Teague.)................................ Merritt P. Allen.................. 460
LATIN CLUB, A Live. Story. (Illustration from photograph)....Grace Humphrey................ 616
LEGENDS FROM County CLARE. Verse. (Illustrated by Harold
Sichel.) ... George William Ogden.... 484

LIN colN: OUR GREAT LEADER. Verse............................................... Nina Hatchitt Duffield...... 38.9

Caswell.) ... Bayard D. York.................. 24

LoNGFEllow. See “Best Brown Potter, His.”

Looking TowARD THE LIGHT. Verse................................................. Sanford D. Stockton.......... 649

Loud-SPEAKER. See Nature and Science: “Millions on the

Wire.”

LUcKY JAck. Verse. (Illustrated by Harold Sichel.).................. Daisy M. Moore................ 83

MAoic. Verse...1dalena F. Dyer................ 589

MASTER Hobby's School. Verse.......................................................... Rose Mills Powers.............. 348

“MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY New YEAR" Verse...................... Ellis Parker Butler............ I 37

MIND, THE Workshop of THE. Sketches. (Illustrated)................ Hallam Hawksworth.......... 238

372, 582

Moliere, How JEAN-BAPTISTE Poqueli N BECAME THE GREAT.
Sketch. (Illustrations from paintings.)................................... Gardner Teall .................... 276

Money, A BAllAd of. (Illustrated by W. M. Berger.).............. Florence Boyce Davis........ 256

Monkeys, THREE WISE. Verse. (Illustrated.).............................. Florence Boyce Davis........ 579
Monkeyville FAILs to stop THE Two-Ton HALF-BAck. Picture.
Drawn by W. I. Rogers......................................... ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 83

Monk of St. BERNARD, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by Reginald

Birch.) .......................................................................................... 459

Mon UMENT, THE. Verse. (Illustration from photograph.) ... 4 I 5

MoUNT VERNoN, A Little Jour NEY T0. Sketch.............................. 415

MoUNT VERNoN, A TRUE STORY of. Sketch. (Illustrated by
Harry Fenn.)...................................... Heloise Young.................... 53 I
MoUse, Joh NNY: “How Did You Boys CoME OUT on THE
DiNNERP” Picture. Drawn by Clifton Meek............................................................................ 37
MUFFINs, Roast LAMB, AND MINT SAUcE. Story. (Illustrated
by Dudley Gloyne Summers)........................................................ Ethelyn Sexton..................... 45 I

NIGHT AND MORNING. Verse................................................................. A. H. Folwell...................... 413

NightMARE of the Boy Who Would N'T EAT BREADCRUSTs.

Picture. Drawn by Ursula Kimball Russell.................................................... ... 613

No Rule to Be AFRAid of. Verse................................ . Berton Braley........... ... 34 I

Nor Il Verse. (Illustrated by Dorothy P. Lathrop.) . Walter De La Mare. 38o

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