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Americans, of Colonial stock, and of Apponyi, Count, ii. 220-222

foreign ancestry, i. 347, 348; desir- Arbitration, international, i. 75, 229;
ing to meet Royalty, ii. 111, 112; ii. 227 ff.; effect of Senate's
marrying of, into titled Austrian amendment on treaties of, i. 430,
families, ii. 217, 218; of German 435-437; treaty of, between the
blood, ii. 398-401, 409, 410

United States and Germany urged
Amidon, Judge Charles F., letter to, in 1908, ii. 283
ii. 380

Archbold, Mr., ii. 96, 97
Amos, James, ii. 475

Arizona, hunting trip in, ii. 352;
Amsterdam, visit to, ii. 235

strikes in copper mines of, ii. 462-
Ancient Greek War," by G. O. 465
Trevelyan, ii. 154

Arlington Cemetery, Memorial Day
Ancient Irish Sagas, The," ii. 30, address in, i. 192
31

Armaments, reduction of, ii. 21; at-
André, Major, ii. 169, 172

titude of England and Germany
Andrews, Avery D., i. 66; letter to, toward limitation of, ii. 229
i. 126

Army, promotions in, i. 156, 157, 444;
Anglo-Saxons, i. 347

desertion from, i. 189; policy of
Animals, delight in study of, ii. 74; justice in administration of, ii. 8,

changes in faunal life in South 9; better pay for, ii. 83; improve.
America, ii. 108; disappearance of ments in administration of, ii. 130;
species of, ii. 109; game, shot by increased efficiency in, ii. 131
King of Italy, ii. 202

Arnold, Benedict, i. 41, 42; ii. 168
Anthropology, interest in books on, Art, views on, i. 327
ii. 142

Arthur, President, Civil Service Com-
Anti-trust law, amendment of, ii. 83 mission appointed by, i. 44
Anthracite coal strike, settlement of, · Asia, disappearance of Greek civiliza-

i. 198 ff., 323; ii. 129; conference tion from, ii. 107; importance of lim-
with operators and mine workers, i. itation of immigration from, ii. 110
202-209; appointment of investi- Asiatic Squadron, Admiral Dewey in
gating commission, i. 209, 211-213, command of, i. 92-98; ordered to
216; terms of settlement, i. 219

Manila, i. 95-98
Appeals, New York State Court of, Assassination of public men, ii. 175-
decision of, in Cigar-Makers'

177, 341, 344
Union Case, i. 30; decision of, on Assembly Committee, New York
recount bill, ii. 52

City, investigations of, i. 26
Appeals, United States Circuit Court

Assembly, New York State, election
of, decision of, in regard to Inter- to, i. 8, 17, 24; Speakership con
state Commerce Act, ii. 52

tests in, i. 9-11
Appointments of office-holders, policy Atlanta, battleship, i. 282, 286

regarding Southern, i. 154-157; Atlantic Monthly, ii. 385
based on merit and fitness alone, i. Austin, O. P., ii. 37
155, 158, 190; of negroes, i. 168. Australia, invitation to fleet to visit,
170; attitude taken with Senators ii. 269
in regard to, i. 158, 235-237, 249; Austria, in the Moroccan affair, i.
standard of, unaffected by political 489; mediation proposal of, at Al-
expediency, i. 247 ff.; friction with geciras Conference disapproved by
Senators over, i. 442-445; ii. 14, the United States, i. 496-499;
15; refusal to ask President Taft Roosevelt requested to visit, ii. 209;
for, ii. 128, 129; the system of visit to, ii. 215-220; the Emperor
patronage in, ii. 149, 150; of judge of, ii. 216; objection to Americans
of District Court, i. 235-237; of marrying into titled families of,
District Attorney Byrne, i. 241, ii. 217, 218; interview with Prime
242; of Oregon land official, i. 248 Minister of, ii. 227-230

Authors, personal interest in, ii. 136;

correspondence with, ii. 137 ff.
Authors' League of America, ii. 401-

403; letter to, ii. 402
"Autobiography," Roosevelt's, i. 1,

2, 81, 108; quoted, i. 4, 7, 15, 31,

53, 62, 67, 92, 117, 376, 465
Aylesworth, A. B., i. 259

Bacon, Robert, i. 213-215; ii. 25; let-

ter to; i, 207
Bacons, the, a guest of, in Paris, ü.

231
Baer, George F., i, 201, 215
Bailey, Senator, i. 156
Bake shops, Supreme Court decision

concerning, ii, 301-303
Baker, Newton D., correspondence

with, ii. 426
Baker, Ray Stannard, letter to; ii.'

10
Baldwin, Elbert Francis, letter to, ii.

372
Balfour, Rt. Hon. A. J., ii. 256; "De-

cadence" by, ii. 104; letters to, ii.

104, 455
Balkan States, confederacy of, ii. 223
Baltimore Post Office, civil service

reform in, i. 47, 48
Banking and currency, Aldrich bill

concerning, ii. 83
Barnes, William, i. 50; ii. 328; libel

suit of, ii. 365-369, 381-383;. the
German jurors at the trial, ii, 375.
377, 379; candidacy for Governor

offered Roosevelt by, ii. 453, 454
Battenberg, Prince Louis of, ii. 261;

a guest at the White House, ii. 264,

265
Bays, Mrs. Mary T., letter to, ii.

400
Beebe, William, ii. 475
Beef Trust, suit against, i. 186
Beirut, squadron sent to, i. 262
Belgians, deportation and enslave-

ment of, ii. 460
Belgium, visit to, ii. 209, 234, 235;

the King and Queen of, ii. 235; the
women of, ii. 235; German viola-

tion of neutrality of, ii. 372, 373
“Benton, Life of Thomas H.," i. 40,

41, 174
Berard, Victor, ii, 233

Berlin, Roosevelt requested to speak

at the University of, ii. 208, 209,
286; visit to, ii. 244 ff.; at the
American Embassy in, ii. 245; re-

ception in, ii. 245.
Bernstorff, Count, ii. 284, 286, 419
Beveridge, Senator, ii. 339; letter to,

i. 370
Bible, reading of, in public schools,

ii. 358, 359; supplied to soldiers,
message written in, ii. 430
Big business, combination of big

bosses and, i. 114, 115, 121; meth-
ods, not size, cause of evils in, i.
133; desire of, to get Roosevelt out
of New York State, i. 135-138; con-
trol of Republican party by, i. 152;
course pursued in regard to, i. 159.

See also Corporations
“Big Stick" policy in governmental

administration, i. 240; in relations

with Japan, ii. 130
Bigelow, John, letter to, i. 295
Bigelow, Dr. William Sturgis, letters

to, i. 102; ii. 344
Bird life, delight in the study of, ii.

74, 75, 113
Bishop, Joseph Bucklin, Roosevelt's

friendship with, i. 58, 62; inter-
view with Cleveland, i. 146; con-
versation with Roosevelt on his suc-
cession to Presidency, i. 150, 151;
appointed Secretary of Panama Ca-
nal Commission, i. 451; letters to,
i. 131, 137, 217, 314, 428, 431, 432,
460, 461; ii. 306, 312, 313, 315,

319, 351
Bismarck, ii. 228
“Black Horse Cavalry,” i. 14, 17
Blackmail, in the Police Department,

i. 60, 61, 64, 65; reply to Judge
Parker's charges of, in campaign

funds, i. 333, 334
Blaine, James G., nomination of, i.

33, 35-37
Blind, in Rumania, Carmen Sylva's

project of a city for, ii. 295; print-

ing machine used by, ii. 295
Bliss, Cornelius N., i. 72
Bolshevism in America, ii. 442, 463,

465
Bonaparte, Attorney-General Charles

J., ii. 265; letters to, ii. 54, 353
Books read during first two years of

Buchanan, President, ii. 384, 390
Budapest, reception at, ii. 222, 224
Buenz, Dr., i. 224, 225
Bull Moose, i. 139; ii. 338
Bunau-Varilla, Philippe, i. 289-291,

295, 296, 310; article by, in Le
Matin, i. 296; ratification of treaty

negotiated by, i. 305
Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress," ii.

115
Bureau of Corporations, creation of,

i. 242, 330; ii. 131
Burgoyne, General, ii. 168
Burroughs, John, visit of, to Pine

Knot, ii. 113; letters to, ii. 74-76
Burton, Senator, i. 254; ii. 18
Business, big. See Big business
Business men, justice toward, ii. 41
Butler, Benjamin F., i. 439
Butler, Dr. Nicholas Murray, i. 317;

letter to, i. 265
Byrne, William M., appointment of,

as District Attorney, i. 241, 242;
letter to, i. 241

Presidency, i. 265-268. See also

Reading
Bordeaux, "The Great Hero of the

Air" by, ii. 447-450; letters to, ii.

447-450
Bored, the capacity to be, ii. 104
Boris, Grand Duke, ii. 243
Bosnia, ii. 223
Bosses, political, rule of, in New

York State, i. 114, 115; control of
parties by, ii. 13; rule of, the nega-

tion of democracy, ii. 304
Boston, battleship, i. 282, 286
Boutros Pasha, assassination of, ii.

187, 190, 191
Boutroux, ii. 233
Bewers, John M., ii. 376
Bowers, Spotswood D., ii. 376
Boxing, i. 3, 4
Brazil, exploration of wilderness of,

ii. 353, 363
"Brazilian Wilderness, Through the,”

ii. 353; the writing of, ii. 361, 363
Brenner, Victor D., i. 454
Briand, ii. 232
Bridges, Robert, letters to, ii. 361.

364
Bright, John, ii. 374
British Atlantic Fleet, visit of Cruis-

er Squadron to American ports, ii.

261, 262, 264
British East Africa, ii. 186; anti-

English feeling in, ii. 187 ff.
Brooks, Sidney, letter to, ii. 129
Brownell, W. C., letter to, ii. 73
Brownfield, Texas, statue of Roose-

velt in, ii. 114
Brownsville, Texas, attack upon, by

negro troops, ii. 27-30
Brussels Exposition, address at, ii.

234, 235, 296
Bryan, William Jennings, i. 241; ii.

26, 124, 358, 374, 385, 390, 412;
Madison Square address of, ii. 31;
correspondence with, in Taft cam-
paign, ii. 98; estimate of, ii. 99;
electoral votes received by, in 1908,
ii. 103; resignation of, as Secre-

tary of State, ii. 383, 384, 386
Bryce, Rt. Hon. James, congratula-

tory letter from, i. 106; praise of
Roosevelt's services as President,
ii. 134, 135; letters to, i. 369; ii.
413

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Callisen, A. W., i. 224, 225; letter of,

i. 224
Cameron, Don, i, 317
Campaign contributions, regarded as

purchasing favors, i. 312, 313; at-

titude toward, i. 328-331
Campaign, Presidential, of 1904,

course followed concerning contri-
butions to, i. 328-331; attitude re-
garding the outcome of, i. 332,
333; humorous aspects of, i. 331;
Judge Parker's charges concerning
Republican fund in, i. 333, 334;
campaign of 1912, ii. 336, 340, 346,

347
Canada, dispute with, over Alaskan

boundary, i. 258-262

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Chanler, William Astor, letter to, i.

102
Chaplains, selection of army and

navy, i. 190
Chaplin, Stewart, ii. 411
Chapman, F. M., books on birds by,

ii. 75, 113; letter' to, ii. 113
"Charter of Democracy, A," ad-

dress on, ii. 318
Cheming, sinking of the, ii. 460
Cheyenne, Wyoming, Frontier Cele-

bration at, ii. 300
Chicago, labor strike in, i. 438-441;

investigation of stock yards in, ii.

16, 17
Child labor law, ii. 84, 131
“Children of the Crucible," ii. 435
China, attitude of, toward Russo-Jap-

anese peace, i. 377; plan to indem-
nify France and England with por-
tions of, opposed, i. 401, 402; Kai-
ser's belief concerning partition of,
i. 470; integrity of, and the open

door, ii. 83, 281, 282
Chipmunk, on tennis court during

game, ii. 76
Choate, Hon. Joseph H., tribute to,

on resignation from Ambassador-
ship, i. 334, 355; asked to represent
America at Algeciras Convention, i.
448, 503; position of Minister to
Japan offered to, i. 448; delegate

to Hague Conference, ii. 267
Christiania, the Royal Family at, ii.

238-240
Churchman, The, letter to editor of,

ii. 28
Cicero, philosophy of, ii. 156
Cigar-Makers' Union, decision

Capital and Labor, views on, i. 257,

323; legislation concerning, urged,
ii. 80; new relations between, ii.

350
Capitalists, course followed in regard

to dishonest, ii. 42 ff.; attitude to-
ward attacks of, ii. 50; unfitness
of, for governing, ii. .70; inability
to sympathize with plain people, ii.

71
Carlisle, John G., Secretary of the

Treasury, i. 53
Carlyle's "Frederick the Great," ii.

172-174
Carmen Sylva, ii. 206; letter from,

ii. 293
Carnegie, Andrew, ii. 83, 111, 227,

228, 230, 252, 273-279; letter to, ii.

21
Carnegie Hall, New

York City,
speeches in, ii. 320, 321, 419, 432,

466-468
Carow, Charles, i. 5
Carr, Comyns, i. 56
Cartagena, Colombian gunboat, i.

283, 285
Carter, James C., i. 119; letters to, i.

120, 132
Cartoons, on Roosevelt's city reform

bills, i. 29, 30; enjoyment of, i.

240
Cassini, Russian Ambassador, i. 377-

392, 395, 417, 481
Castro, President, Venezuelan Dicta.

tor, i. 222
Catholic Protectory, appropriation of

public funds for, i. 21
Catholics, friendly attitude toward,

ii. 195, 199
"Cawnpore," by G. O. Trevelyan, i.

148
Century Magazine, ii. 30, 411
Cervera's fleet, i. 145
Chamber of Commerce, New York

City, address before, i. 230, 231
Chamberlain, Rt. Hon. Joseph, i. 259,

260
Champlin, “The Coal Mines and the

People” by, i. 205, 206
Chandler, i. 134

Court of Appeals regarding tene-

ment-house bill of, i. 30, 31
Cities, Committee on, i. 25
City Hall, New York, speech at, ii.

470
City reform bills, i. 25-31
City of Memphis, sinking of the, ii.

419
Civil Service, bill establishing merit

system in, i. 22, 27, 44, 50, 53, 62;
the spoils system in, i. 43, 48-51;

law of 1899, i. 124
Civil Service Advisory Board, ap-

pointed by President Grant, i. 43
Civil Service Commission, i. 43 ff.;

of

appointment of, i. 44; inefficiency
of, during first six years, i. 44-46;
salary of members of, i. 45; ideas
and purposes of, i. 47; investiga-
tion of, by Congress, i. 48-51;
Roosevelt's defense of, i. 49; Roose-

velt's resignation from, i. 53, 54
Civil Service Law of 1899, i. 124
Civil Service reform, i. 43, 114, 118;

obstructed by politicians, i. 44-46;
number of places included in clas-
sified service, i. 44, 53; in New
York Custom House, i. 46, 47; in
Baltimore Post Office, i. 47, 48;
value of Roosevelt's work for, i.

53
Civil Service Reform League, Na-

tional, i. 43
Civil War, the, South's position con-

cerning secession, i. 293, 294; pen-
sions to veterans of, i. 318-320;
South wholly wrong in, i. 349; he-

roes of, ii. 170
Civilization, analogies between mod-

ern and ancient, ii. 106
Clark, D. H., letter to, ii. 468
Clark, E. E., i. 213, 217
Clark, George Roberts, ii. 168
Clarke, John Proctor, letters to, i.

138, 147
Classes, value to a democracy of dif-

ferent, ii. 24
Clayton, Senator Powell, i. 33
Clayton-Bulwer treaty, i. 270, 271
Clemenceau, Georges, appeal of, to

Wilson to permit Roosevelt to take
volunteer division to France, ii.

427, 428; letter to, ii. 455
Cleveland, Grover, i. 150; veto of ele-

vated railway fare bill by, i. 17, 20;
civil service reform of, i. 44;
Roosevelt retained by, as Civil Ser-
vice Commissioner, i. 51-53; letter
of, on Venezuelan affair, i. 69;
free gilver letter of, i. 145, 146;
tributes to, i. 145, 146; ii. 116,
117; Alabama judge recommended
by, i. 155; published letter of, con-
cerning Cuban reciprocity, i. 188;
letter from, regarding coal strike,
i. 204; requested to serve on coal
strike investigating committee, i.
209-211; refusal of operators to
accept as member of investigating

committee, i. 212-214; considera-
tion of, as third term candidate, i.
241; Mexican War service pension
established by, i, 319; creation of
forest reserves by, ii. 115, 116; re-
action of public to, ii. 117; simplic-
ity and dignity of home-life as ex-
President, ii. 117; letters to, i. 145,

155, 205, 208, 209, 214
Cleveland, Mrs. Grover, letter to, ii.

115
Cleveland National Forest, ii. 115
Clinton, General, ii. 168
Clover field, cutting a, ii. 74, 75
Club-houses, built for Panama Canal

workers, i. 456-458
Clubs, district, in New York City, i.

7
Coal miners' strike. See Anthracite

coal strike
Coinage, new designs for, by Saint-

Gaudens, i, 359-361; use of "In

God We Trust" on, ii. 71-73
Coles, Russell J., ii. 422; letter to,

ii. 469
Colleges, teaching history in, ii. 140,

141
Collier, William M., letter to, i. 118
Colombia, treaty with, for acquisition

of Panama Canal territory, i. 189,
273, 274; amendments suggested
by, i. 275; rejection of Hay-Herran
treaty by, i. 276-280, 294, 302, 310;
effect of Secretary Hay's message
in regard to proposed amendments,
i. 280; secession of Panama from,
i. 280-282, 285; recommendation
that United States build canal
without further parley with, i. 276,
278, 289; the politicians of, i. 278,
279; transportation of troops of,
to Panama, i. 283-285; offer of, to
ratify treaty, i. 287, 288, 292; re-
quest to land troops at Colon and
Panama denied, i. 287; misrule of
Panama by, i, 294, 304; despotism
of, i. 295; the Constitution of
1886, i. 301-304; United States aid
to, in suppression of rebellions, i.
302; Maroquin dictator in, i. 303,
304; not rightful owner of canal
route, i. 304; letter to General
Reyes concerning, i. 309; purchase
of islands from, deemed inadvis

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