Issue: 19131001

Wednesday, October 1, 1913
OCTOBER, 1913
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THE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY.
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IMMIGRATION AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH
I. THE NATURE OF PUBLIC HEALTH
II. DIRECT RELATIONS OF IMMIGRATION TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH
III. IMPORTANCE OF THE IMMIGRATION STATION FOR THE PUBLIC HEALTH
IV. DEPORTATION OF UNSOUND LANDED ALIENS
RECAPITULATION
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DR. ALFRED C. REED
THE age has happily passed when patriotism is measured in terms of human life sacrificed, and weighed in the balance of territorial or financial advantage. War has its heroes and mighty men who, fighting for man or cause, regardless of victory are accounted great.
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AN IRISH CHANNEL RAILWAY
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HENRY GRATTAN TYRRELL
IRELAND does not seem to have ever enjoyed so great a degree of favor and prosperity as other parts of Great Britain, notwithstanding the continuous efforts which, for centuries, have been spent in its behalf. This may be due to some extent to its isolated position and the presence of the Irish Channel which unfortunately separates it from England and Scotland.
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SCIENTIFIC STANDARDS FOR THE GOVERNMENTAL REGULATION OF FOODS
TABLE I
TABLE II
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JOHN R. MURLIN
THUS far in our attempts to regulate by law the purity of foods admitted to interstate commerce, practically no attention has been paid to the real physiological economy of foods. Questions of purity, of what constitutes an adulterant, “What is ice cream ?” etc., have been much before the public and much before the courts.
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A PROBLEM IN EDUCATIONAL EUGENICS
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PROFESSOR CHAS. W. HARGITT
THE flood of current criticism which has been directed against our educational system in general and that of higher education in particular is too obvious to call for special emphasis. While much of it has been exaggerated and some even hysterical, still there is not lacking a considerable body of really sane and timely criticism to which no true friend of advanced learning dare close the eyes.
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THE PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTOR IN SOUTHERN RACE PROBLEMS
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JAMES BARDIN
WITH the increasing complexity of society in the southern states, the Negro problem is taking on a correspondingly complex character, and is coming more and more into the foreground of southern consciousness. Immediately after the civil war—in fact, during the entire epoch in which the south was in the grip of reconstruction—the Negro did not give rise to the same problems that he does to-day; that is to say, the fact that he was a Negro was not the fundamental element in the situation; at that time, the problem most in the minds of southerners was the presence of the reconstructionists and the reconstruction governments, and the Negro was feared only because he was the tool and the weapon of the latter.
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WOMEN IN INDUSTRY
THE PHYSICAL EFFECTS OF WAGE WORK
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D. R. MALCOLM KEIR
WOMEN’S efforts to obtain a vote have directed attention to other problems which confront members of their sex. Long hours of work in factories and stores and the evils of the sweat shop have been investigated, but little has been written upon the effect that working may have on women’s ability to bear children.
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THE FOURTH DIMENSION
I. NON-EUCLIDEAN GEOMETRY
II. THE FOURTH DIMENSION
Two-space
Boundaries
BOUNDARIES
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PROFESSOR SAMUEL M. BARTON
AS non-Euclidean geometry has not become popular enough to find a place in the ordinary college curriculum, and as its discovery preceded any serious consideration of space of more dimensions than three, it seems to me that, before taking up hyperspace proper, it would be well at least to mention the non-Euclidean geometries.
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SOME PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS EMPHASIZED BY PRAGMATISM
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PROFESSOR JOSIAH ROYCE
IT is not my purpose upon this occasion to enter into the philosophical aspect of the discussion regarding pragmatism, excepting in so far as may be necessary to call attention to the psychological problems that I now have in mind. I presuppose, of course, a familiarity on the part of all of you with the main outlines of the recent discussions concerning the problem of truth.
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THE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE
THE PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS BEFORE THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION
CHEMIOTHERAPY AND DR. PAUL EHRLICH
SCIENTIFIC ITEMS
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GREAT BRITAIN is able to supply each year for the presidency of its national association for the advancement of science a scientific man of distinction, who can deliver an address in a form interesting to a large audience and likely to attract popular attention.
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