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AUGUST, 1903

Frontispiece—The Mid-day Rest. . From the Painting by Matilda Lotz
Egyptian Excavations of the University of California
Illustrated by photographs. J. Leslie Dobbins

.99 On the Sands (verse)

Annie Wilson

. 105 Illustrated by Alma Glasgow White. Pre-historic Rock Paintings ...... Newton H. Chittenden ...106

Illustrated from sketches by the author.
Passing of the Dance

W. E. Rollins
Illustrated by the author.
In San Francisco Bay (verse)....Fred Adin Bennett

.115 Fourth of July at Klamath Reservation. . Julia F. A. Prather .116 Woman's Friendship (verse) ....Percy F. Becknell

123 Through the Desert to the Rajaima..R. A. Martyne

124 Illustrated by Stanley Armstrong. M'sieu Quelq’un (verse)

.E. K. Stewart

.130 The Peopling of the Plains Rezin W. McAdam

131 A Weird Flirtation

Margaret Schenk

141 Through the Glass Darkly. Mrs. C. van D. Chenowith. . 143 Requiem (verse)

. May Myrtle French

. 150 The Little Mother's Training School. . Anna Morrison Reed

151 Pandanus Alley .A. R. Rose-Soley

Illustrated by Frederick Miller.
A Comedy of Industry (serial novel)..F. Lorence

Fog o' 'Frisco (verse)..... M. Elizabeth Burns Howell ...166
The Industrial Development of the West.—The Carthage of the
W. W. Postlethwaite

.168 Labor and Capital

Senator M. A. Hanna

170 The Warner Ranch Indians Frank L. Lewis

.171 Current Books

Reviewed by Florence Jackson. .174 PUBLISHER'S ANNOUNCEMENT-Owing to the advance in the price of paper, and the increased cost of all the labor that goes to make up a magazine, the Overland Monthly finds itself forced to announce an increase in price. Beginning with the September number the Magazine will be sold at fifteen cents a copy or one dollar and a half a year. The magazine will undergo a change in policy, its field will be broadened and the contents improved in all directions. Whatever profit is made by the increase in price will be immediately returned to the reader in a better magazine. The Overland Monthly was one of the first of all the Magazines to drop from twenty-five cents to ten cents. This change was dictated by a fall in the price of paper and cost of labor. With the rise in the cost of labor and material the Overland Monthly claims the privilege of meeting the conditions by a corresponding rise in the price of the magazine. OVERLAND MONTHLY CO.

THE OVERLAND MONTHLY, an Illustrated Magazine of the West. Entered at the
San Francisco, Cal., Postoffice as second-class Matter.

OVERLAND MONTHLY, COMPANY, Publishers, 320 Sansome St., S. F.
Copyrighted, 1903

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