Issue: 19121001

Tuesday, October 1, 1912
October
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Monday, July 4, 2016

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MACLEAN'S
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The Standard Ideal Company,Limited
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The Standard Ideal Company,Limited
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advertisement
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The MacLean Publishing Co., Ltd.
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The MacLean Publishing Co., Ltd.
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With Brock at Queenston Heights
GRAPHIC PORTRAYAL OF EVENTS MARKING DEATH OF GALLANT GENERAL—“I AM LEADING THIS CHARGE AND WILL REMAIN UNTIL WE REACH OUR GOAL’’—CIRCUMSTANCES UNDER WHICH HE WAS SHOT DOWN—THE INVADERS REPELLED ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO
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Lyman B. Jackes
IT was a scene worthy of a masters brush. Two immense logs snapped and crackled on the stone dogs as the tongues of fire darted toward the chimney. The fire-place was such as pioneers only know how to construct ; it consisted of huge boulders cemented together with mortar as rude and rough as the masonry and the builders, and a mantel shelf of large flat slabs such as may be found on the south shore of Lake Ontario near the Niagara River.
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25,26,27,28,29,30,31
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The National Political Situation
THE VOLUNTARY EMPIRE—UNITY OF OUR FOREFATHER PIONEERS —UNDER THE VOLUNTARY PRINCIPLE ALL WENT WELL—WHY NOT RECAST OUR POLITICAL STATUS?
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Edward William Thomson
This is the second article in Mr. E. W. Thomson’s notable series on “The National Political Situation,” in which the outstanding problems of Canadian politics are being discussed from month to month in a way that will be of interest to every reader of the magazine, whether laborer or millionaire.
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The Auto Driver
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BERTON BRALEY
With my motors all a-drumming, you can hear me coming, coming, Till in smoke and dust and vapor I go swirling madly by, While the wheel my hands are gripping, as around the turns we’re whipping, And I toss the miles behind me as the vivid seconds fly ;
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42,43,44,45,46,47,48,49,50
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The Ultimate Solution
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Captain Leslie T. Peacocke
“WANTED—A respectable party, lady preferred, who knows something about philately, to act as private secretary. Fair salary. Apply to Mr. Hargreaves, Eucalyptus Grove, Santa Cruz.” “I suppose there must be dozens of people applying for the position,” Lillian Eldridge mused, as with newspaper clipping in hand she pushed open the heavy wooden gate and went nervously up the broad, well kept path leading to the large gabled house, well surrounded by trees, and to which a garage in the rear, whose doors were wide open, exposing to view a big touring car, lent an added air of obvious opulence.
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THE COMMUNITY AS A SILENT PARTNER
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Most successful men are apt to think that their fortunes have been built up wholly by their own skill and management; but the fact is, it is the people, the community, that make most fortunes possible. If New York had remained a village, the Astors and many other millionaires could not have made their fortunes out of real estate.
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51,52,53
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Women and Their Novels
DOES THE WOMAN WRITER POSSESS A MORBID LOVE OF THE UNWHOLESOME, AND DO WOMEN READERS DEMAND THAT TYPE?—A CHARGE AND A DEFENCE
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H. B. Mortimer
What sort of novels do women readers like best? It has been said, and apparently with truth, that they themselves can best answer the question. But now conies the rather startling announcement that women writers— who are supposed to typify their class and cater particularly to women readers—possess to a greater degree than do men a morbid love of the unclean and unwholesome.
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54,55,56,57,58,59,60
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The Venturers
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O. Henry
LET the story wreck itself on the spreading rails of the Non Sequitur Limited, if it will; first you must take your seat in the observation car “Raison d’etre” for one moment. It is for no longer than to consider a brief essay on the subject—let us call it: “What’s Around the Corner.”
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RESPECT WHAT YOU DO
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Never depreciate the importance of your vocation. If you are a farmer, and are talking with a congressman or a governor, do not say: “I am only a plain farmer and have not had much experience.” Do not apologize for it and tell him that if you had had a chance to go to college, as other boys had, you would not have remained on the farm.
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61,62,63,64,65,66,67,68,69,70,71,72,73
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The Making of an Exhibition
SOME FACTS ABOUT GREAT INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITIONS, HOW THEY ARE CONCEIVED, THE ENORMOUS EFFORT INVOLVED IN THEIR CREATION, AND FEATURES WHICH MAKE FOR THEIR SUCCESS OR FAILURE
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Brian Bellasis
Exhibitions are made and not born. There is no exception to the rule. Moreover, they are evolved at great expense and enormous effort. Few people, in hurrying through modern expositions, pause to ponder these points. Yet the inner workings of these gigantic enterprises, from the time they take shape in the mind of some genius, on through the various stages of construction, and finally to the period of fruition, constitute a subject which fairly bristles with features of interest—all unknown to the general public.
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In Such a Night
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Atkinson Kimball
AS SOON as Ann Torrance finished supper, she went out on the piazza to wait for Graham Ewarts. He never came before eight o’clock, but she liked to sit ready to receive him and anticipate his coming. Across the intervening lawn with its plumy boundary line of shrubs, Ann could hear the gay sound of Alice Cantor’s little court, that, during the long, soft summer evenings, lounging on the steps or swaying in the hammocks, paid her the informal homage masculine youth delights to render to girlhood and beauty.
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THE “ OH, WHAT IS THE USE ? ” PHILOSOPHY
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Tens of thousands of people are held down by the “what is the use?” philosophy. Everywhere we hear them saying, “Well, I had money, but I lost it in speculation,” or in some foolish venture, and they do not believe they will ever get on their feet again.
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79,80,81
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The Hurry Habit Spoils Life
RUINED CAREERS, DESTROYED HAPPINESS AND WASTED ENERGY THE TOLL OF MAD RUSH WHICH IS CHARACTERISTIC OF THE AGE
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Dr. Orison Swett Marden
Vital problems only are being treated by Dr. Marden in his series of articles running in this magazine. The secrets of success are being revealed, the means of achievement analyzed. One of the greatest hindrances to getting on in the world is the feverish haste to get results, the disposition to hurry, the chafing at waiting for growth.
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LIKE ATTRACTS LIKE
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By what law or philosophy can a man who has failure written all over him, in his manner and attitude, expect to succeed? A man must think he is going to be a success before he possibly can be. He must believe he is going to be prosperous before he can attract prosperity.
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82,83,84,85,86,87,88,89,90,91,92,93,94,95,96
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The Smoke Bellew Series
TALE TEN: In which Smoke Bellew and Others figure in a remarkable “ Flutter in Eggs ”
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Jack London
It was in the A. C. Company’s big store at Dawson, on a morning of crisp frost, that Lucille Arral beckoned Smoke Bellew over to the drygoods counter. The clerk had gone on an expedition into the store-rooms, and, despite the huge, red-hot stoves, Lucille had drawn on her mittens again.
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Hunting in the Forest Province
AFTER MOOSE AND CARIBOU IN NEW BRUNSWICK, THE MICMAC COUNTRY OF BIG GAME—PERSONAL EXPERIENCES AND HUNTING METHODS.
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S. E. Sangster
NEW BRUNSWICK, Canada’s extreme south-eastern mainland province, lies abutting the State of Maine, and is still known as the “Forest Province.” Naturally it is yet a vast game preserve and for every one of its seventeen thousand square miles of timberclad area reputable and conservatively-inclined guides have claimed that a moose roams, while no attempt has been made to estimate the total number of caribou there extant.
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Among Thieves
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Robert Adger Bowen
BLINKY MAGINNIS lightly scaled the wide wall, and dropped softly among the rhododendron bushes on the other side, listening. It was habitual with Blinky to listen. His trained acuteness of hearing, no less than his deftness of touch, was a professional asset.
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What is a Good Bond Yield?
WITH INCREASED COST OF LIVING INVESTORS ARE DEMANDING LARGER RETURNS—DANGERS OF SACRIFICING CONVERTIBILITY OR SAFETY
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Frank J. Drake
THE essentials of a good bond investment are safety, fair yield and convertibility. Most bonds meet one or two of the requirements for a good all round investment but the number of issues that combine all three qualities is limited. Many bonds, in fact most bonds, are safe.
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Slemin’s Detective Successes
SOME INTERESTING CASES IN WHICH CHARLES SLEMIN, WHO WAS RECENTLY AWARDED KING’S MEDAL FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE, WON PROMOTION AND PROMINENCE.
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Roy Fry
WHEN TEN years hence Canadian publishers tabulate their monthly list of “best sellers” they may give prominence to a volume bearing some such striking title as “The Experiences of a Great Detective,” or “Canadian Crime and Criminals” or possibly “How I Won the King’s Medal,” by Charles Slemin.
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THE CRICKET
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I know a little fellow With a coat of finest brown, He skips and jumps from dawn of day Until the sun goes down :— His merry voice is ringing You can hear it as you pass, It’s the little cricket singing In the green sea grass! If the road of life be thorny And the roses fade and die, There are fairer flowers blooming In the land of Bye-and-Bye.
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An Optical Delusion
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Lowell Edwin Hardy
MR. “PEARLY” WALKER, of Sandblast, Lassen County, stood before the entrance to the Novelty Moving Picture Theatre on Market Street, staring moodily at the announcement of the thrilling programme being offered within. Mechanically his eye travelled over the bill-board.
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Where Women Want No Vote
LIFE OF THE SILENT, VEILED WOMEN OF THE TURKISH DOMAINS IS ONE OF CLOISTERED SECLUSION AND CONSTANT SUBSERVIENCY
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Felix J. Koch
APART from all that the writers of blood-curdling melodramas would have us mis-led into believing about the home life of the Mohammedan there is a fascination always to the silent, veiled women of the Turkish domains. The woman of the Terrible Turk is a study to be made in vignettes when you can, or better, when you may.
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Review of Reviews
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The Business Side of Campaigning
Stupendous Task of Directing National Political Campaigns is Accomplished by Business Methods and Modern Organization at Enormous Expense.
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SHORTLY before his death Senator Hanna prophesied that the steady growth of the campaign fund would soon require the organization by each national committee of a bank or trust company. Time has not yet verified the prediction. The curtailment rather than the growth of campaign contributions is leading to the application of scientific management and strict business principles to the conduct of a national campaign.
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Review of Reviews
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The Birth of the Baby Bond
Rapid Growth of Bond Expressed in Three Instead of Four Ciphers Indicates Thrift in Purchase of Securities of the Highest Grade.
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THE birth of the Baby Bond—a bond expressed in three instead of four ciphers— points to the fact that we are beginning to develop the quality we most lack as a nation—thrift. Each year, remarks the Financial world, the one-hundred-dollar-denomination bond increases in popularity.
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Review of Reviews
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Another Universe Beyond the Stars
This World is Merely a Part of Vast Spiral Stellar System, According to Theory of Leading European Astronomer.
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SINCE 1907 the writer has devoted a considerable part of his time to the spectroscopic observation of the spiral nebulae, writes Dr. Edward Arthur Fath in the September “Century.” One result of this work was the discovery of fourteen absorption lines in the spectrum of the Andromeda nebula which corresponded, line for line,with absorption lines in the solar spectrum.
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Determination is a Business Builder
Success Not so Much the Result of External Conditions as it is That of a Man’s Mind—Determination Brings Accomplishment.
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VERY few people make a habit of determination. Ask your friend who is adding a new department to his business or is marketing a new commodity what he thinks of his chances of success, and he will tell you that he believes he is on a good thing. Ask him if he is sure and he will likely look upon you as a fool.
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Pleasure and Profit in Travel
“ When People Travel for Pleasure, Pleasure is What They Travel for,” But How Many Are There Who get it at a Reasonable Outlay?
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PERHAPS it is rather late in the season to preach sermons on travel. Besides some people are ready to take advice on any subject but that of taking care of themselves while away from home. But a great many people have yet a great many things to learn about traveling—its pleasures and profits.
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Prospects of the Man Who Believes Something
Greatest Business Gift is “To Make Other People Believe in Themselves and Look Up to Themselves ”
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IN the Organizer, Gerald Stanley Lee, author of “Inspired Millionaires,” declares that the greatest gift the modern business man can have is the gift of making other people believe in themselves and look up to themselves. Most people would say at first thought, perhaps, that Wilbur Wright, when he flew around over the heads of the people in New York a few years ago, a black speck above a whole city with its heads up, was not doing much for modern business.
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A Russian View of the British People of To-day
“The Land of Knights has Become a Land of Burghers, Bereft of Warlike Spirit it once Possessed ”
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IT is sometimes well to see ourselves from a foreign viewpoint. At any rate it is usually enlightening. The Contemporary Review has been gathering some foreign opinions of the British people, among which one from Russia is of particular interest.
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Marconi’s Plans for the World
Wireless Transmission of all Power for Heating, Light, and Fertilization of Fields Predicted by Wizard
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“WITHIN the next two generations we shall have not only wireless telephony and telegraphy, but also wireless transmission of all power for individual and corporate use, wireless heating and light, and wireless fertilizing of fields. “When all that has been accomplished— as it surely will be—mankind will be free from many of the burdens imposed by present economic conditions.
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The Selection of a Vocation
Considerations which should Weigh in the Choice of a Pursuit, One of the Most Crucial Tasks of Life
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PERHAPS nothing is quite so impartant in life, as judged from the standpoint of success, as the selection of a vocation. Advice from competent authorities is therefore to be welcomed. Writing on the subject Fred W .Claybrook in the Business Philosopher says: “What shall be my vocation?” is a question every man has had to answer and it is the first of importance that will come to all men of future generations.
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Lloyd-George’s Square Deal
An Authorized Interview with the British Chancellor of the Exchequer, in which he Discusses Conditions in Britain
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IN the Outlook appears an autorized interview with Mr. Lloyd George by Mr. Robert Donald, of the Daily Chronicle. It is accompanied by an impression, or character sketch, by Mr. Donald, in which, amongst other things, he says Mr. Lloyd George holds the first place in Britain today as public speaker. He is a first-rate fighting man; his chief characteristic in all his doings is courage. He contrasts him with Mr. Roosevelt, who is one of the greatest letter-writers of his time, by saying that Mr. Lloyd George never writes letters if he can help it.
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What the Women’s Vote Has Done
Chief Results Due to Women’s Vote in Countries where Woman Suffrage Exists are Recounted
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WRITING in the Grande Revue, Marie Louise Le Verrier recounts the chief results due to the women’s vote in those countries where woman suffrage exists. The countries where women have the right to the parliamentary vote include six States in America.
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Labor’s Real Troubles
Workman Getting Too Small a Wage and Paying Too High a Taxation on Purchases to Maintain Standard of Living he Desires
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MR. T. Good, writing as an old workman, offers some “plain facts and comments” on the labor troubles of to-day in an article in World’s Work. The first fact of the present turmoil is that the average workman is getting too small a wage and is paying too high a taxation upon the things he purchases to maintain the standard of living he desires.
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Is He the Coming President ?
An Interesting Character Sketch of Woodrow Wilson, the Democratic Candidate for Presidency of the United States
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DR. Woodrow Wilson, the Democratic candidate for the American Presidency, is the subject of a character-sketch in the American Review of Reviews by Henry Jones Ford, Professor of Politics in Princeton University. He says that the most salient characteristic of Woodrow Wilson is a love of fun, which creeps out on every occasion:— Whatever his experience may be he instinctively sees the funny side of things, and he returns from every excursion with a fund of amusement for the home circle just as a bee brings honey to the hive.
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United States in a New Light
Does America Consist of a Congerie of Nations Who Happen to be United Under a Common Federal Government ?
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IN the Socialogical Review, A. E. Zimmern, writing on seven months in America, upsets gaily some of the prevalent notions about the United States:— America never has been a political democracy, as everyone familiar with the Constitution, and the circumstances under which it came into being, will admit.
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Men Who Think They Are Busy
Are You a Business Man or Just a Busy Man?—There is a Wide Difference Between the Two
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A DISSERTATION on the man with executive and planning ability as contrasted with the man of petty detail is presented in Business Builder. Are you a business man or just a busy man? Of busy men there are hundreds in the factories, offices and stores of every village, town and city in this broad land.
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Lightning Calculators
Psychology of Harnessing the Subconscious Demonstrated in the Phenomenal Case of Seven-Year-Old Boy
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A STUDY in the psychology of harnessing the subconscious is given by H. A. Bruce in McClure’s Magazine, in which the phenomenal case of Miguel A. Mantilla is cited : Not so very long ago there passed through New York a seven-year-old boy, who, although the general public had heard little about him, was an object of considerable scientific curiosity.
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What Wireless is Doing
Some of the Latest Feats Accomplished through the Use of Wireless Telegraphy are Briefly Described
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SOME of the latest feats accomplished through the use of wireless telegraphy are described in the Technical World. The span of wireless telegraphy is rapidly growing, we are told. It was but a short while ago that Mare Island, California, and League Island, Philadelphia, a distance of 3,150 miles, were in aerial communication ; and one of our naval vessels bound for the Philippines was “picked up” by the wireless station at Los Angeles when the ship was quite 3,000 miles away.
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Where Christian Science Gets Its Wealth
Christian Science Church is Very Rich—Some of the Means by Which Large Sums of Money are Raised in Behalf of the Cause
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“CHRISTIAN Science since Mrs. Eddy” is the title of the leading article in McClure’s Magazine for September, written by Burton J. Hendrick. Since the death two years ago of the “discoverer and founder of Christian Science,” the world has watched closely for signs of her successor, but this article shows how the Christian Science Church is still being conducted under the rules and by-laws made by Mary Baker G. Eddy.
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The Great American Forum
William Jennings Bryan at $50,000 per year, Now Leads Chatauqua and Lyceum Lecturers in the States
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A MOST interesting article on “The Great American Forum” appeared in World’s Work for September, dealing with the growth of the Chautauqua and Lyceum courses in the United States. These chautauqua assemblies in the summer and lyceum courses in the winter are among the mightiest forces of popular information and diversion that operate to-day.
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Churchill and the British Navy
The National Review Sharply Criticizes First Lord of the Admiralty on His Handling of the Naval Situation
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IN the National Review for September a sharp attack is made on Hon. Winston Churchill in connection with his handling of the British Admiralty situation in view of the rapid development of the German navy. If, says the National Review, Mr. Churchill will not build ships, he makes up for it by moving the British fleets backwards and forwards.
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How Imperialism Pays
Imperialism on Economic Basis as Shown in Expansion of the Territory of the British Empire
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THE Socialist Review contains an interesting study by Ludwig Quessel on the economic basis of Imperialism. He remarks on the unexampled expansion of the British Empire, which within the short space of three decades has incorporated territories in Asia and Africa which exceed in extent the whole of the continent of Europe.
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The New Woman of the New East
Dr. Albert Shaw in a review considers the position occupied by women in China, Japan and India.
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IN introducing papers on the “New Woman in China and Japan and India,” Dr. Albert Shaw, in the American Review of Reviews, thus compactly sums up the situation :— One of the most significant and deepreaching developments of the modern spread of liberalism and social progress is the awakening restlessness of the women of the Orient.
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The Latest in French Automobiles
New Type of Low-Priced Car Which is Proving Very Popular Although it Has Some Rather Serious Disadvantages.
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ROAST chicken once a week was the wish of the French peasant in bygone ages. The modern Frenchman, less modest, substitutes a motor ear for the fowl. French manufacturers have responded to this demand by producing low-priced autos, based somewhat on the principle of the motorcycle.
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advertisement
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advertisement
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