Contents of the March Magazines

March 1 1908

Contents of the March Magazines

March 1 1908

Contents of the March Magazines

In this department we draw attention to the topics treated in the current magazines. Readers of The Busy Man’s Magazine can secure from their newsdealers the magazines in which they appear. Where the newsdealers cannot supply the required copies orders will be filled from this office.

ARMY AND NAVY.

The First Stop of the Fleet. F. Palmer...........Collier’s (Jan. 18.)

The Fleet at Sea. F. Palmer ...................Collier’s (Jan. 25.)

Naval Prospects ..........................Saturday Rev. (Jan. 11.)

County Guards ................................Spectator (Feb. 1.)

New England Secretaries of the Navy. C. A. Paulin. .. .New England Business of Paying Uncle Sam’s Veterans. Col.

C. Bent .....................................Am. Business Man

American Soldiers in the Making. R. Hughes..............Broadway

ARCHITECTURE AND THE ARTS.

Old Masters at Burlington House .........Saturday Rev. (Jan. 11.)

Problems in English Music. Arthur Symons. .Saturday Rev. (Jan. 11.)

Art and Legend. L. Benyon ...............Saturday Rev. Jan. IS.)

The Composers’ Fight for Their Rights. V. Herbert...........Circle

Portraits ..................................................Strand

Have We a Musical Atmosphere? R. Hughes................Smith’s

Bronze Sculpture in America. G. Egerton ................Craftsman

Music of Our Forefathers. A. F. Fitz .................New England

Schools to Advance Appreciation of Art. Prof. H. L.

Warren ........................................New England

Modern English Art ............................English Illustrated

Recalling a Vanishing Art. F. W. Sandberg...........World To-day

Music of the World To-day. Win. Armstrong. .Women’s Home Comp.

BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY.

Indian Trade in the Far North ...................Canada (Jan. 11.)

The Fate of the Culinan Gem. C. C......................Pall Mall

The Wealth of Canada’s Fisheries.................Canada (Jan. 18.)

Why We Need More Foreign Markets. J. W. Van Cleave.......Circle

A Buyer of Brains. H. J. Hapgood .........................Circle

The Great Tobacco War. W. L. Beach......Sat. Eve. Post (Jan. 18.)

Producer Gas Installations in Canada ...........Canadian Machinery

Motor Application to Machine Tools ...........Canadian Machinery

The Apathy of British Publishers Towards Canada. .. .

........Bookseller and Stationer

The Farmer’s Awakening. Jno. Corbin ......Sat. Eve. Jost (Feb. 8.)

The Business of Detection. A. H. Gleason...........Collier’s (Feb. 8.)

Cause of So-called Industrial Idleness ...................Craftsman

A Day With the Peat Diggers. R. Richardson. .. .English Illustrated The Printing and Publishing Industry of London.

W. Hill .................................Printer and Publisher

The Esparto-pickers of Tripoli. Chas. W. Furlong..........Harper’s

Our Spy System. A Washington Correspondent. .. .Am. Business Man

The Knack of Advertising. R. W. Sears..........Am. Business Man

Retailing in Central America. B. O’Hara .........Am. Business Man

Educating Interpreting Salesmen. A. Adair ......Am. Business Man

The American Boy in Business. J. McKinney......Am. Business Man

The Business of the Railroad Sleuth. F. Harris. ... Am. Business Man Money Ahead By Catering to Women. Jno. E.

Dawson ...................................Am. Business Man

Uncle Sam’s Nine Million Dollar Farm. B. W.

Emerson .................................Am. Business Man.

Our Rapidly Vanishing Fuel Supply. B. A.

Murdock ..................................Am. Business Man

Americanizing the World’s Food Products. A. H. Ford. .. .Metropolitan

The Beginning of An Industry. G. Cramer...................System

The Horizon of Your Business. Thos. E. Dockrell............System

English Engineering Trades Agreement. L. M. Byles..........System

How Retailers Are Using Electric Roads. D. V. Casey........System

Campaigns Which Bring Bank Deposits. B. C. Bean..........System

Fitting Letters to Personal Campaigns. F. H. Lippard........System

Collecting Accounts At Lowest Cost. L. E. Norton...........System

Putting Advertisements to the Test. Jas. S. Bale.y...........System

A Ready Aid in Foreign Trade. Jno. Barrett ..............System

Handling Men for the Biggest Results. II. J. Ilapgood........System

The European Business Man in Retirement. A.

Tridon ........................... American Review of Reviews

Farm That Grew Its Own Buildings. E. F. Pratt......Technical World

South America’s Century. C. F. Carter.............Technical World

Butterfly Breeding As a Business...................Technical World

New Motor Boats at the New York Show. II. Greene. .Technical World Testing Seeds for the Farm. W. G. Fitzgerald.......Technical World

Money-making Model Tenements. L. E. Drew...........World’s Work

Training Workmen for Better Jobs. E. A. Forbes......World’s Work

Trouble in the Old Kentucky Home. F. P. Elliott.......World’s Work

CHILDREN.

Child Life in Canada ...........................Canada (Jan. 18.)

Blind Children at Work and Play. S. Johnson ................Circle

The Child’s Living Room. Arthur E. Gleed.............Home Mag.

Suggestions in Child Training. I. H. Coriat, M.D...Good Housekeeping

Children’s First Teeth. M. L. Graham ..........Good Housekeeping

EDUCATION AND SCHOOL AFFAIRS.

Social Veneer. May Warwick ..............Sat. Eve. Post (Jan. 25.)

The Cash Value of College Brains. IL J. Ilapgood...........Smith’s

Educating Our Boys. Joseph M. Rogers................Lippincott’s

Schools to Advance Appreciation of Art. Prof. H. L.

Warren .........................................New England

How the Schools Make Invalids. E. K. Tompkins....

............Good Housekeeping

Applications of Aristotles Principle ‘1 Catharsis. ”. O.

Winger, M.A...................................

Productive Scholarship in Normal Schools. F. G. Bonser

An Educational Review. Jas. H. Harris................

Education

Education

Education

How Far Shall the Elective Privilege Be Extended? Prof.

C. 0. Demay .......................................Education

The Imperial Rescript of Education in Japan..............Education

Examination Questions From the Merchant of Venice. Miss

Kingsley ..........................................Education

Educating Interpreting Salesmen. A. Adair........Am. Business Man

The Mental Growth of Babies. W.

Hutchinson, M.D....................Woman’s Home Companion

On Training Boys for Colonial Life. T. C. Bridges........Empire Rev.

The Religious Education Association. S. Mathews.......World To-day

Music—Education and “Automaties.” L. R. Lewis. .Atlantic Monthly

FICTION.

Complete Stories.

Mr. Chadwick’s Trial Balance. T. Jackson........Collier’s (Jan. 18.)

A Belated Rebel Invasion. H. Quick ...........Collier’s (Jan. 25.)

His Honor the District Judge. Jno. Le Breton. ..Living Age (Jan. 18.)

The Chase of the Flier. W. H. Randeil .....Living Age (Jan. 25.)

The Reformation of Celia. Mme. Van der Goes...........Pall Mall

Mrs. Jordan. E. T. Thurston ...........................Pall Mall

The Comical Dog and the Quaint Cat. W. Emanuel.........Pall Mall

The Man Who Loved Nancie. G. B. Lancaster..........Pall Mall

A Re-incarnation. A. Hunter ..............................London

After Five Years. Esther Miller ...........................London

The “Thrip’ny Piece.” Ward Muir ........................London

The Murder of Raymond Sylvester. H. Allingham...........London

The Martyr. Owen Oliver ..................................London

A Woman’s Whole Existence. A. Seriven .................London

Aunt Augusta’s Earthquakes. Jno. Chester ..................Royal

The Ghost That Wouldn’t Talk. B. Moore......................Royal

The Taming of the Ogre. Chris. Sewell.......................Royal

Myself, Knight Errant. C. R. Lichfield ......................Royal

My Nephew Max. F. Russell ..............................Royal

The Celestial Omnibus. E. M. Forster..........Living Age (Feb. 1.)

The Old Order. John Galsworthy .............Living Age (Feb. 1.)

Deborah. G. Ovorton ...........................Collier’s (Feb. 1.)

On the Pottlecombe Cornice. Howard 0. Sturgis. . .Putnam’s & Reader

“For the Love of-.” Geo. Hubbard........Putnam’s & Reader

The Muse That Woke. J. A. Meyer.............Putnam’s & Reader

The White Mahdi. W. L. Alden ................Putnam’s & Reader

The Healer of Mogalyon. H. Garland .......................Circle

Sugar Lump. E. Bliss ....................................Circle

When a Man and a Dog Are Pards. P. V. Mighels..............Circle

Selling a Patent. Geo. R. Chester..........Sat. Eve. Post (Jan. 18.)

An American Souvenir. E. Balmer..........Sat. Eve. Post (Jan. 18.)

The Trincomalee’s Resurrection. M. Roberts. .Sat. Eve. Post (Jan. 18.) The Manoeuvres of O-Yasu-San-Onoto Watanna

......Sat. Eve. Post (Jan. 25.)

The Outwitting of An Indian. Sara L. Coleman......Pacific Monthly

The Spring Quest of Don Fransisco Gallardo. D.

Coolidge ....................................Pacific Monthly

A Strategic Recovery. May Grinnel ................Pacific Monthly

A Missionary to Kings. Jno. Fleming Wilson ........Pacific Monthly

A Traction Transaction. Geo. R. Chester.... Sat. Eve. Post (Feb. 8.)

The Law and Laughing Eyes. Will Irwin......Sat. Eve. Post. (Feb. 8.)

A Romance of Ord. H. II. Ross ................Chamber’s Journal

When Consols Fell to 70...........................Chamber’s Journal

Cross Currents. Maude L. Radford . .•.....................Smith’s

The Refuge of the Fatherless. D. Canfield ................Smith’s

The Double-Yer T. Double-Yers. H. F. Dey................Smith’s

A Wedding Day Deferred. A. IT. Donnell ..................Smith’s

The Altruist Geo. Bronson. Howard.........................Smith’s

The Millions of Harry Melville. Jas. Hopper......Collier’s (Feb. 8.)

The Islands of the Blest. Justus M. Forman...........Everybody’s

Wet Lilacs. Walter P. Eaton .........................Everybody’s

A Man of No Imagination. Owen Johnson .............Everybody’s

The Bell Rat. Edward S. Field ........................Everybody’s

A Gentleman Farmer. Bessie R. Hoover ..............Everybody’s

A Scab Rainbow. Jas. Oppenheim ..........................Success

A Lonesome Eden. Porter E. Browne ....................Success

Ultima’s Mothers. Ethel W-M. Grant .......................Success

Over the Telephone. E. MacDonald ........................Success

Young Lord Stranleigh. Robert Barr......Sat. Eve. Post (Feb. 1.)

Once At Red Man’s River. Gilbert Parker... Sat. Eve. Post (Feb. 1.)

His Excellency the Governor. L. M. Cooke.................Cornhill

Lady, Thoroughbred, Kentuckian. W. L. Comfort........Lippincott’s

The Case of the Widder Hawkins. J. Morton ...........Lippincott’s

The Testing of the Earls. Jno. R. Scott ................Lippincott ’s

The Gallant Burglar. Ambrose Pratt .................Lippincott’s

A Poet of the Gallery. L. Frank Tooker.................Lippincott’s

The Professor’s Problem. Wm. T. Nichols...............Lippincott’s

Miss Joe and Pinkie Jane. Anna I). Gray..............Home Mag.

Aunt Tabitha’s Ring. Earl D. Biggers.................Home Mag.

Pat Riordon’s Fifty Dollar Shanghai. F. Heaton........Home Mag.

The Rebellion of Maskenozha. F. R. Burton.............Craftsman

The Pisto,ja Railway Robbery. Baron Rosenkrantz.............Grand

Aunt Sophia’s Symptons. Ê. M. Channon....................Grand

The Man in Moccasins. James Barr .......................Grand

Called to the Bar. Wm. Caine ............................Grand

Mrs. Sheldrake’s Pet Monkey. Chas. D. Leslie ...............Grand

Nicked Platters and Hearts. M. C. Ringwalt.........New England

Whom the Gods Love. Yirna Sheard ................New England

An Engaging Mission. F. M. Eastland...............New England

A Matabele Wrong. H. Francis ................English Illustrated

A Diamond Star. Jno. S. Winter ...............English Illustrated

Dick Spencer. L. E. Blackwell .................English Illustrated

The Devil’s House. IT. Daniels ..................English Illustrated

The Home of the Great Bear .....................English Illustrated

When the Bixhy’s Were Investigated. E. M. Rhodes Good Housekeeping

Baby’s Bantams. N. T. O’Mahony ...................Irish Monthly

The Diamonds. Horatio L. King .................Overland Monthly

The Land of Her Fathers. Wm. B. MacHarg..............Red Book

Dare, Dare, Double-Dare. Geo. A. England ...............Red Book

The Meddlesome Old Gentleman. E. N. Hepburn..........Red Book

The Kidnapping of Rudolph Nothing. P. E. Browne........Red Book

How Camile Paid. G. N. Armstrong .....................Red Book

The Involuntary Father-in-Law. W. Rice ................Red Book

The Finish of Miss Fortesque. Wm. H. Osborne...........Red Book

In the light of Understanding. Jno. S. Lopez..............Red Book

On the Middenorf Glacier. A. Dovrington................Red Book

The Debt. Helen Tompkins ............................Blue Book

Parker’s Patent Paint. Harry B. Allyn ................Blue Book

A ProLLm in Agriculture. Lucy M. Ellis.................Blue Book

The Oriental Game. Capt. H. L. Wells.................Blue Book

Uncle Henry. L. G. Wilcoxson ........................Blue Book

The Heroism of Betty. Geo. Carling .....................Bk*e Book

The Ball That Went Astray. Louis DeC. Bergh ...........Blue Book

The Pool Shark. Bide Dudlev ...........................Blue Book

A Surrender to Fame. M. White .......................Blue Book

The House in the Hollow. Geo. Bartow ...................People §

The Fish Pirates. J. Olivier Curwood ....................People’s

Miss Doctor. J. I. Helm.................................People’s

The Reformation of Hunk Shanks. C. M. Ray ..............People’s

Poipie. A. T. Hugg ......................................People’s

A Change of Heart. M. B. Adams........................People’s

The Subjection of Father. L. Osrnun .......................People’s

Money for the B. B. B. W. Le C. Beard....................People’s

The Firemen’s Ball. J. H. Bell.............................People’s

The Madonna of the Tea Table. Anna A. Rogers............Ainslee’s

A Thousand Deaths. J. H. Helm .........................Ainslee’s

The Road to To-morrow. M. Van Vorst ...................Ainslee’s

Spirits in Dog Rib Can3Ton. F. W. Brown ................Ainslee’s

The Grin of the Bull Dog. E. L. White...................Ainslee’s

The Attack of Common Sense. W. MacL. Raine ...........Ainslee’s

Sir William’s Tea Party. C. Smedley ...................Ainslee’s

An Affair of Conscience. E. Larocque & C. Duer ...........Ainslee’s

The Hired Man. H. J. O’Higgins ..............Collier’s (Feb. 15.)

His Good Right Hand. D. Pierce ..........................Argosy

The Sport of Circumstance. W. Duranty ....................Argosy

A Thaw Below Zero. S. W. Hopkins ......................Argosy

The E-Z Mark. H. D. Smiley .............................Argosy

By a Slender Margin. B. Jenkins ........................Argosy

A Slap-Dash Romance. E. Farley ..........................Argosy

The Word of the Oracle. L. A. Long .........................Idler

Diplomacy at the Bachelor’s Club. St. J. Bradnor.............Idler

The Alarm Clock. Robert Barr.................................Idler

An Elemental Girl. B. Che3me ............................Idler

A Human Target. Eric Hardy ..............................Idler

The Point of View. W. Marshall ...........................Idler

Wick’s Waterloo. A. Morrison ........................Metropolitan

Dorcas. Berenice F. Young ...........................Metropolitan

Man the Machine. H. Saint-Gaudens .................Metropolitan

The Conquest of Philander. Anna B. Dunaway........Metropolitan

A Debt Discharged. Mary L. Commins....................National

Amputator to His Majesty. J. Longnecker.................National

A Boy’s Love. Robt. J. Thompson .......................National

The Bad Heart of Elizabeth Ann. Vingie E. Roe...........National

Under the Great Bear. B. W. Sinclair.......................Popular

Star of the North. G. Bronson-Howard....................Popular

The O’Malley, Herpetologist. F. Metcalfe...................Popular

An Arizona Feud. W. B. M. Ferguson......................Popular

The Luck of the Impulse. T. Jenkins Hains.................Popular

A New Relation. A. M. Chisholm .........................Popular

The Atavism of And3T. Chas. K. Moser ....................Popular

Mr. Boots. Marion Hill .................................American

The Brutal Fact. Jno. G. Neihardt ......................American

Peachy. H. S. Lucille B. Van Styke....................American

Simeon Tetlow’s Shadow. J. Lee.......................Smart Set

The Elopement. E. L. Sabin ...........................Smart Set

Monsieur Patrique. Maude L. Radford...................Smart Set

The Cynic. Mrs. H. Dudnev ...........................Smart Set

Wireless. Alice L. Pollock .............................Smart Set

The Exquisite Revenge. A. Bo3resen ....................Smart Set

A Vicarious Payment. Roy E. Norton.............Pearson’s (Am.)

A Genial Young Caesar. Agnes R. Burr............Pearson’s (Am.)

As Ye Sow Shall Ye Reap. A. H. Vandenburgh........Pearson’s (Am.)

A Dash Up the Delaware. Ray W37nn..............Pearson’s (Am.)

The Death Trap. Geo. Daultan ....................Pearson’s (Am.)

Co-Sinners. A. H. Donnell .............................Broadway

The Spoils of War. May Harris ........................Broadway

The Second Paganini. G. Kobbe........................Broadway

Pirkins Buys An Auto. R. C. Brown.....................Broadway

An A_rtistic Temperament. C. Wilson...................Broadway

The Hand-made Gentleman. I. Bachelier .....Woman’s Home Comp.

Two Seeing the President. W. Dewing .....Woman’s Home Comp.

A Sneak Into Arcadia. Mrs. J. Futrelle.....Woman’s Home Comp.

The Wooing of Annette. F. Lynde............Woman’s Home Comp.

His Holiday. W. B. M. Ferguson............Woman’s Home Comp.

The Temple of Juno. R. Herick..................Atlantic Monthly

The Harbor of Lost Ships. E. P. Huling............Atlantic Monthly

Serial Stories.

Salthaven. W. W. Jacobs ...................................Strand

Julia Bride. Henry James ..............................Harper’s

With Sealed Lips. A. P. Qerhune ..........................Argosy

Left in the Lurch. G. L. Conrad .........................

FOR THE WORKERS.

The Need of the Ideal. Geo. R. H. Dabbs, M.D..........Young Man

The Young Man’s Income. G. Sedney ................Young Man

Father Bernard Vaughan, S.J., on Thoroughness.......Irish Monthly

Does Your Work Drive You? L. H. Gulick...........World’s Work

HANDICRAFT.

Profitable Handicrafts. Geo. de Szogyeny ..............Craftsman

Government Aid in Extending Craft Movement. H.

R. Albee ............................................Craftsman

HEALTH AND HYGIENE.

Colds and How to Catch Them. W. Hutchinson,

A.M., D.D.............................Sat. Eve. Post (Feb. 8.)

The Recurrence of Disease......................Living Age (Feb. 8.)

Does Red Make Us Nervous. Lillian L. Bentley. .Ladies’ Home Journal Why Do We Catch Cold. Richard C. Newton,

M.D....................................Ladies’ Home Journal

Sea Water a Panacea for Disease. A. Grande.....Technical World

How Will Our Great Grandchildren Be Doctored? E.

A. Ayers ......................................World’s Work

Healing the Body Through the Soul. Rt. Rev.

Samuel Fallows and Geo. S. Cooke................World’s Work

HISTORY.

The Literary Movement in Ireland. Geo. A. Birmingham ................................Living Age (Jan. 25.)

A Purposeful Picnic. Fred. A. Hunt................Pacific Monthly

Makers of History ...................................Young Man

The Queen and the Whigs. Hon. G. W. E. Russell............Cornhill

The Knights Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem. .English Illustrated When Africa Looked East. L. E. Neame............Empire Review

HOUSE, GARDEN AND FARM.

Gardens for Special Purposes. W. Miller....................Garden

IIow to Have a Perfect Vegetable Garden. J. L. Kayen........Garden

How to Have the Sweetest and Earliest Peas. E. D. Darlington. .Garden

Why Cheap Seed is Expensive. C. II. Claudy.................Garden

Seakale in Nine Months Instead of Four Years. W. C. McCollom.Garden Alfalfa as Poultry Food. W. II. Jenkins....................Garden

Garden Tools That Reallv Help. R. E. Teell.................Garden

Starting in the Florist Business. J. S. Scott.................Garden

How to Plant a Strawberry Bed. A. B. Balfour.............Garden

Simplified Home Butter Baking. F. A. Strohschein...........Garden

Forcing Fruits for Market in France. J. Boyer... .House and Garden The Quest and Culture of Orchids. G. B. Mitchell. .House and Garden How to Make and Care for Hotbeds. Ida D. Bennett. .House and Garden

Small Houses Which Are Good ..................House and Garden

Some Long Island Country Estates. R. Schermer-

horn, Jr....................................House and Garden

A Plea for the Herb Garden. L. Irwell..........House and Garden

Small Suburban Properties. J. D. Martin.......House and Garden

The Cheap Homes Problem. J. M. Oskison..........Collier’s (Feb. 8.)

Importance of Perfect Ventilation. .. .Hardware and Metal (Jan. 25.) Edison’s Plan for Erecting Concrete Houses. .Hardware

and Metal (Feb. 1.)

The One-Thousand-Dollar Bungalow. H. L. Gaut.Ladies’ Home Journal Spring Housecleaning in the Garden. F. Duncan.Ladies’ Home Journal

The One-Storey Bungalow. Chas. S. Sedgwick...........Home Mag.

Blossoms From Seeds. T. Baker ......................Home Mag.

The Ways to Use Roses. F. P. Harding...............Suburban Life

An Outdoor Living Room. Thos. R. Wainwright.....Suburban Life

Growing the Best Dahlias. Thos. R. Roby...........Suburban Life

Fruit Trees Grown Like Vines. W. M. Cable........Suburban Life

A New Fashion in Doorways. Richard Morton.......Suburban Life

Simple Methods eof Laying Out Flower Beds. G.

Tabor ..........................................Suburban Life

How to Plant Trees and Shrubs. S. T. Johnson......Suburban Life

Practical Planting Tables for Vegetables and Flowers. .Suburban Life Living Fences and How to Grow Them. Prof. S. T.

Maynard ..... Suburban Life

What to Plant in Shady Places. B. L. Ross............Suburban Life

Garden for the Child. Jno. W. Spencer..............Suburban Life

The War on Insect Pests. W. C. McCollom..........Suburban Life

Tools Which Make Gardening Easy. R. G. Converse.... Suburban Life

The Best Salad Plants. Allen French ...............Suburban Life

The Garden Unmasked. F. F. Abbott................New England

A Hygienic Mansion............................Good Housekeeping

Country Home of Jno. A. Burnham. B. Ferree. .Am. Homes and Gardens Residence of Van Wych Rossiter, Esq. W.

Williams ..............................Am. Homes and Gardens

The Disposal of Brick-a-Brack. N. Smithers. .Am. Homes and Gardens

Fences in Towns and Villages. Ada March.....Am. Homes and Gardens

The Summer Home of Spencer Hall. Chas.

Chauncey .............................Am. Homes and Gardens

Planning a Country Home. E. P. Powell.....Am. Homes and Gardens

The House Roof and Its Garden. E. Matson and

A. E. Beard ...........................Am. Homes and Gardens

Three Pennsylvania Houses. F. D. Nichols. .. .Am. Homes and Gardens

The Plant and the Season. S. L. Bastin.....Am. Homes and Gardens

The Garden in Winter .......................Living Age (Feb. 15.)

Farming in Western Canada. Col. Mark Goldie.........Empire Rev.

A Good House to Live in. A. R. Ellis.........Woman’s Home Comp.

The Opening of the Garden Season. S. A.

Hamilton ...............................Woman’s Home Comp.

Forcing Bulbs for Easter. S. A. Hamilton. .. .Woman’s Home Comp.

Art vs. Artifice in Landscape Architecture. A.

Fearing .................................Country Life in Am.

Landscape Gardening in a City Yard. Thos.

McAdam ................................Country Life in Am.

Blending the House and the Landscape. Henry

H. Saylor ...............................Country Life in Am.

Hardy Roses From May Till November. L.

Barron .................................Country Life in Am.

The Show Garden of tlie South. W. Miller......Country Life in Am.

Shrubs That Will Bloom This Year. H. Maxwell.. Country Life in Am. A Thousand Dollars An Aere From Pedigree Fruit Trees. Geo.

T. Powell ................................Country Life in Am.

Annual Flowers for Every Place and Purpose. W.

E. Pendleton .............................Country Life in Am.

Three Successful Vegetable Gardens. L. Hudson.. Country Life in Am.

The Terrace Versus the Porch. R. Fisher.....Country Life in Am.

A Shore Bungalow for $2,S00. A. Raj’inond

Ellis .....................................Country Life in Am.

Asparagus Culture in Brief. S. T. Maynard......Country Life in Am.

IMMIGRATION AND EMIGRATION.

The American Invasion of Canada. J. O. Curwood.............Circle

Foreign Invasion of the Northwest. F. G. Moorhead. .World’s Work Japanese Immigration. Viscount S. Aoki.............World’s Work

INVESTMENTS, SPECULATION AND FINANCE.

Can We Have Too Much Gold? Chas. A. Conant. .Putnam’s and Reader

Good and Bad Bonds. Chas. L. Scovill......................Success

The Late American Crisis. H. Withers....................Cornhill

American Finance. Jno. P. Ryan ......................Metropolitan

Industrial Bonds. Geo. G. Henry .........................System

Currency Reform: A Central Bank. R. E. Ireton..Am. Rev. of Rev’s. The Gold Flood and Its Problems. J. P. Norton..Am. Rev. of Rev’s.

The Story of the Hoarders. W. J. Boies..........Am. Rev. of Rev’s.

Permanent Investment is Now Best .................World’s Work

A Bulwark Against Panic. C. M. Keys................World’s Work

Our Money and Its Characteristics. J. H.

Gannon, Jr..................................Pearson’s (Am.)

Money. Jno. Galsworthy ....................Living Age (Feb. 15.)

The Next Wave of Prosperity. II. B. Mulford........World’s Work

LABOR PROBLEMS.

The Labor Market in Canada......................Canada (Jan. 18.)

The Last Stand at Goldlield. W. Hogoboom.......Overland Monthly

LIFE STORIES AND CHARACTER SKETCHES.

Bernard Quaritch and Others. J. P. C............Living Age (Jan. 18.)

A Great Railway Contractor.......................Canada (Jan. 11.)

La Setrazzini. E. St. John-Brenon .........................London

Winter At the Court of Norway. A. Stronach................Royal

John Greenleaf Whittier. J. Gribble...........Living Age (Feb. 1.)

Francis Thompson. W. Meynell...................Collier’s (Feb. 1.)

Nelson Hatfield—Minnesota Farmer. R. W. Child ...Collier’s (Feb. 1.)

“Stonewall” Jackson. Jno. S. Wise ........................Circle

The Anomalous Hughes. Sam G. Blythe.... Sat. Eve. Post (Jan. 18.)

The Story of Kit Carson. A. Dosch.................Pacific Monthly

A Senator of the Sixties ..................Sat. Eve. Post (Feb. 8.)

The Love Story of Queen Victoria. Henry Leach... Chamber ’s Journal The Controller of the Times. A. P. Grubb.............Young Man

The Whittier Centenary. Abbott Henderson Thayer. Governor John A. Johnson. The Real Lawson. Frank Memoirs

Rev. Jas. Johnston...........Young Man

Sidney Allan...................Smith’s

Chas. E. Russell..............Everybody’s

Fayant ..........................Success

of Sarah Bernhardt. Virginia Stephen...........Cornhill

Governor Charles E. Hughes. Robert L. Dunn..........Home Mag.

Sir Claude Champion de Crespigny. Bart. A. E. T. Watson. .Badminton

Charles Warren Stoddart. Chas. Phillips ..........Overland Monthly

George Wharton James. H. M. B...............Overland Monthly

The Founder of Printing in Canada. William

Brown ..................................Printer and Publisher

Some Western Made Railway Presidents. W. B. Barr........National

An Indiana Statesman. Joe. M. Chappie...................National

Governor Hughes of New York. Alfred II. Lewis........Human Life

Sarah Bernhardt. Vance Thompson ...................Human .Life

Cardinal Gibbons. Day. A. Willey.....................Human Life

Governor Folk. J. A. Graham..........................Human Life

How About Hughes? Ida M. Tarbell......................American

U’Ren the Law Giver. Lincoln Steffens ...................American

Oscar II., a Democratic Monarch. A Swedish-American.

.............................................Am. Rev. of Revs

William James, Man and Thinker. E. Bjorkman. .. . Am. Rev. of Revs

An American Artist in the Sahara. C. W. Ferlong.....World’s Work

Hughes and What He Stands For. A Newspaper Man.. World’s Work President Diaz, Hero of the Americas. Jas. Creelman. .Pearsón’s (Am.) Stuyvesant Fish; Financial House Cleaner. L. Denison. .. .Broadway J. G. Brown; Painter of Humble Folk. W. H. Standish.... Broadway

One Actress With An Idea. H. M. Lyon................Broadway

Prominent People in Picture and Paragraph..............Broadway

Governor Charles Evans Hughes. Howard B. Grose. . .World To-day Distinguished Americans and Their Descendants. .Woman’s Home Comp. Edmund Clarence Stedman. T. W. Higginson........Atlantic Monthly

MISCELLANEOUS.

The Cheerfulness of San Francisco. Jesse L. Williams. Collier’s (Jan. 18.)

One Who Served. Margaret B. Shipp..............Collier’s (Jan. 18.)

Pettibone An’ Sheriff Brown. C. P. Conolly.........Collier’s (Jan. 25.)

Memories of a London Club. D. Masson........Living Age (Jan. 18.)

Tennyson’s Notes on His Poems ..............Living Age (Jan. 18.)

Austria’s Dark Horse. E. Sellers.............Living Age (Jan. 25.)

The Cant About Riches ......................Living Age (Jan. 25.)

Conventions in Fiction .........................Spectator (Jan. 11.)

Moon Magic ..................................Spectator (Jan. 11.)

Charity in Bulk ...............................Sat. Rev. (Jan. 18.)

An Unnoticed Aspect of the Druee Case.........Spectator (Jan. 18.)

The Campaign Against Rats . ..'...............Spectator (Jan. 18.)

The Mystery of Cruelty ......................Spectator (Jan. 18.)

Fairness and Favor ..........................Spectator (Jan. 18.)

The Diary of a Collector. Egan New.......................Pall Mall

The Hardest Job in London. W. J. McAliece................London

Dollar Notes. Henry W. Lucy ................Living Age (Feb. 1.)

Pace and the Eye. Lord Montague of Beaulieu. .Living Age (Feb. 1.)

The Quebec Tercentenary ......................Living Age (Feb. 1.)

The Lost Stradivarius. A. Train..........Sat. Eve. Post. (Jan. 25.)

The Cost of Living. W. Payne ...........Sat. Eve. Post (Jan. 25.)

A Page About Books by Canadian Writers.....Bookseller and Stationer

In Old Bohemia. Chas. Warren Stoddart............Pacific Monthly

English As She is Americanized. Agnes Deans

Cameron .......................................Pacific Monthly

Some Unconventional Suppers ....................Chamber’s Journal

The Course of a Post Letter. R. S. Smyth........Chamber’s Journal

The Cant of Unconventionality. E. Underhill. .Living Age (Feb. 8.)

Poetry and Symbolism. J. C. Collins ...........Living Age (Feb. 8.)

An Interesting Set of Alexander Tapestries. Geo. L.

Hunter ....................................House and Garden

The New Mississippi. John L. Mathews ..............Everybody’s

The Shadow World. Hamilton Garland ................Everybody’s

As Others See Us.............................Spectator (Feb. 1.)

The Scramble for the Spot Light. Jas. L. Ford..............Success

H. S. Hadley...........Sat. Eve. Post (Feb. 1.)

J no. M. Anderson.....Sat. Eve. Post (Feb. 1.)

F. G. Alíalo........................Cornhill

Pollard...............................Cornhill

The Part of the Man in the Family. Chas.

V . Eliot ................................Ladies’ Home Journal

Are Limerick Competitions Genuine? Capt, G. A. Hope......Grand

The Pains and Penalties of Red Hair. J. H.

Stone, M.A................................English Illustrated

Coast Peoples. E. C. Semple....................Geographical Journal

Loneness—Not Loneliness. Rev. D. Bearne..............Irish Monthly

More About “Mary” of the “Nation”...............Irish Monthly

California’s “Native Sons.” Jos. R. Knowland.... Overland Monthly

Who Reads Trade Newspapers? ..............Printer and Publisher

Reading. E. S. Martin .................................Harper’s

The Story of the House of Astor. Nanon Toby..........Human Life

The Psychology of Yellow Journalism. Prof. W. I. Thomas. .American

Extravagances of the Super-Rich. Upton Sinclair..........American

Mr. Dooley on Philosophy. F. P. Dunne...................American

The Northern Negro’s Struggle for Survival. Mr. Baker.....American

The Newspaper and the Forest. W. S. Rossiter. . . .Am. Rev. of Rev’s.

An Old-fashioned Essence. Bliss Carman.................Smart Set

Hunting Indians With a Camera. E. S. Meany.......World’s Work

Handling the Rivers of a Nation. Wm. A. Dupuy........World’s Work

Non-Aesthetic Forces for the Improvement of Cities. R.

L. Hart .......................................World’s Work

A Year Amongst Americans...................Living Age ((Feb. 15.)

Birds in Christian Legend and Symbol. R.

L. Gales ..............................Living Age (Feb. 15.)

The Native Fiction of China. J. R. C.........Living Age (Feb. 15.)

The Dangers of Agreement ..................Living Age (Feb. 15.)

Is Standard Oil Facing Destruction? II. N. Casson........Broadway

Life and Luxury in Metropolitan Clubs. J. G. Speed. ....... .Broadway

When Society Goes a Dancing. G. Lynch................Broadway

The Idiot of Broadway. John Kendrick Bangs.............Broadway

Prophetic Voices About America. Wm. G. Brown... Atlantic Monthly On Being Original. I. Babbitt...................Atlantic Monthly

MUNICIPAL AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT.

Mr. Plowden’s Show .......................Saturday Rev. (Jan. 11.)

Rates and Ratepayers .........................Spectator (Jan. 11.)

Upbuilding of a Commonwealth on Arid Desert. C. II.

Forbes-Lindsay .....................................Craftsman

NATURE AND OUTDOOR LIFE.

The Extinction of Birds ................

The Woods in Winter ..................

The Truth About Tigers. J. D. Rees, M.P

Fighting Birds. G. G. Desmond ........

First Aid to Injured Animals ..........

The Fire. M. Beerbohm.................

Mother Earth. Jno. Burroughs .........

Schooling Horses in Ireland. R. Eyre....

Persian Pussy Cats. II. B. Poole.........

Plant A trinities. Mrs. E. B. Beeson .....

The Spring Awakening of the Sea. II. J. Fighting the White Plague Among Cattle.

.....Living Age (Jan. 18.)

.....Living Age (Jan. 25.)

.......Sat. Rev. (Jan. 18.)

...................London

...................London

......Living Age (Feb. 1.)

.....Putnam’s and Reader

................Badminton

........Good Housekeeping

.........Overland Monthly

Shannon..........Harper ’s

D. Roberts. . World’s Work

POLITICAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS.

The Kaiser and the Future. Calchas .........Living Age (Jan. 18.)

Liberalism and Christianity.' Jno. D. Sinclair.. .Living Age (Jan. 25.)

The Imperial Impasse ........................Sat. Rev. (Jan. 11.)

Crown Parliament and Congo ..................Sat. Rev.

The Coming Session .........................Spectator

German Affairs ...............................Spectator

Second Ballots ...............................Spectator

Graft in California ..........................Spectator

The Prussian Franchise Agitation................Sat. Rev.

(Jan. 11.) (Jan. 11.) (Jan. 11.) (Jan. 11.) (Jan. 11.) (Jan. 18.) (Jan. 18.) (Jan. 18.) (Jan. 18. )

The Education of Mr. Lloyd George ............Sat. Rev.

The Moorish Muddle—Another Touch ...........Sat. Rev.

More Irish Fission. “Pat.” ..................Sat. Rev.

The Ostracism of the Unionist Free Traders.......Spectator (Jan. 18.)

France and Morocco............................Spectator (Jan. 18.)

The True Unionist Policy .....................Spectator (Jan. 18.)

The True Imperialism. Lord Curzon ..........Living Age (Feb. 1.)

The Real Czar. Wm. E. Walling.................Collier’s (Feb. 1.)

The Battle of the Bottle. H. Dickson........Sat. Eve. Post (Jan. 25.)

The Japanese in Korea. F. A. McKenzie......Living Age (Feb. 8.)

The New Canadian Co-operative Act ......Canadian Grocer (Jan. 24.)

The House of Lords and Public Expenditure......Spectator (Feb. 1.)

The Position of France .........................Spectator (Feb. 1.)

The Common Sense of Licensing Legislation.....Spectator (Feb. 1.)

National Decadence ............................Spectator (Feb. 1.)

Lincoln and Our Democracy. W. A. White.......Collier’s (Feb. 15.)

Controlling Conditions of Commerce. Prof. H. E. Gregory

and Prof. A. G. Keller ...............................Harper’s

Spreading the Prohibition Wave. Chas. R. Jones...Am. Business Man Japan Still Harassed by Wars. Wm. McCune. .. . Am. Business Man How the Cuban Problem Might Be Solved. Capt. Jno. H.

Parker ...................................Am. Rev. of Reviews

Great Changes Impending in China. Dr. W. A. P.

Martin ........................................World’s Work

Belgium and the Congo. E. D. Morel...........Living Age (Feb. 15.)

British Indians in the Transvaal. Sir Chas. Bruce........Empire Rev.

Suggested Transfer to British East Africa. Rt. Hon.

^Lord Hind lip .....................................Empire Rev.

The Public Trustee and His Office. Sir H. Vincent........Empire Rev.

Porto Rico—The Land of Problems. C. H. Forbes-

Lindsay ........................................World To-day

The Franchise Struggle in Germany. Wolf, von

Schierbrand ....................................World To-day

Can the United States Administer Colonies. H. P.

Willis ..........................................World To-day

Sugar: A Lesson on Reciprocity and the Tariff. F.

W. Taussig ..................................Atlantic Monthly

England and Germany. E. D. Mead..............Atlantic Monthly

POETRY.

The Mameluke’s Leap. J. H. Knight-Adkin.....Living Age (Jan. 18.)

A Rounhead’s Rallying Song. A. Noyes ......Living Age (Jan. 25.)

A Creed. Jno. Masefiield ...................Living Age (Jan. 25.)

The Dead Poet. A. D.......................Living Age (Jan. 25.)

A Rose. R. E. Black ..................................Pall Mall

Two Gardens. F. Crichton .................................London

In the Convent Garden. H. C..................Living Age (Feb. 1.)

A Man. Stephen Phillips ....................Living Age (Feb. 1.)

Afterwards. A. L. Salmon ....................Livine: Age (Feb. 1.)

To-dav. Agnes Lee .............................Collier’s (Feb i 1

In the Cool of the Evening. Alfred Noyes ....

The Mother. E. M. Walker ................

The Poem. Lewis L. Smith .................

Change. M. McCullough-Williams ..........

The Lights of Home. Alfred Noyes ..........

The March Wind. Mary C. Carrington ......

To John Keats. Geo. H. Clarke ............

The Champion. Richard Kirk ..............

Hoosier Spring Poetry. Jas. W. Riley........

Alter Ego. Elsa Barker ...................

Life. F. W. Dorn .........................

Why. Grace H. Conkling ..................

St. Valentine’s Day. C. W. Thurston .......

Progress. A. Dunbar .......................

The Sea Shell. Virna Sheard ...............

Nocturne. A. Dunbar .......................

The King in Disguise. Rev. Wm. F. Power....

Emblems. Judge O’Hagan .................

Wait .......................................

Destiny. M. Conger ........................

Necessity. L. Fairchild ....................

The After Word. M. Manners .............

Father Abraham Lincoln. T. Roosevelt.........

With the Sun. Salena S. Martin.............

The Road to Yesterday. Ruth B. Ellbright. .. . The Starving Nation. Edward W. Mason . . .

Pleasure. V. Seibert .......................

To Silence. A. D. Ficke ...................

Storm and Calm. C. Scollard................

The River. Margaret Erskine................

On a Railway Platform. A. Noyes.............

A Meadow Tragedy. D. S. Shorter............

The Silent Valley. Eva M. Martin............

The Songs of the Silences. C. B. Going......

Brooklyn Bridge-Early Dawn. L. Utermeyer

Songs of the Night. R. W. Gilder............

Bedtime. C. Wilson ..................:....,

A Joy From Little Things. F. S. Davis......

Sundered. Jno. B. Tabb....................

The Glory That Was Spain. J. B. Fletcher. .

.Living Age (Feb. 8.) Living Age (Feb. 8.)

..............Success

............. Success

..............Cornhill

..........Lippincott’s

..........Lippincott ’s

..........Lippincott’s

..........Home Mag.

............Craftsman

............Craftsman

........New England

........New England

........New England

........New England

.........New England

........Irish Monthly

........Irish Monthly

....Overland Monthly . .. . Overland Monthly

.............Ainslee ’s

.............Ainslee’s

. .. .Collier’s (Feb. 15.)

.............National

.............National

.............National

...........Smart Set

...........Smart Set

............Smart Set

......Pearson’s (Am.)

.Living Age (Feb. 15.) .Living Age (Feb. 15.) .Living Age (Feb. 15.)

............Broadway

............Broadway

.....Atlantic Monthly

.....Atlantic Monthly

.....Atlantic Monthly

.....Atlantic Monthly

.....Atlantic Monthly

RAILROADS AND TRANSPORTATION.

Needs of American Railways. S. O. Dunn..........Technical World

RELIGION AND THE CHURCH.

The Appeal to the Parent .......................Sat. Rev. (Jan. 11.)

The Message of Jeremiah .......................Spectator (Jan. 11.)

The Prospects of Modernism. Rev. Geo. Tyrrell. . .Living Age (Feb. 15.) The Papal Encyclical. Rev. Father Jno. Gerard. .Living Age (Feb. 15.) The Religious Education Association. S. Mathews.......World To-day

SCIENCE AND INVENTION.

The Real Science of Phrenology. B. Hollander., M.D..........London

Powdered Milk. Frederick A. Talbot...............Chambers’ Jrnl

The New Astronomy. Rev. R. Killip...................Young Man

The Age of Water. Henry M. Hyde..........Sat. Eve. Post (Feb. 1)

What is Electricity ? Dr. G. Le Bon.........................Grand

A Nobel Prize for American Science. H. T. Wade. .Am. Rev. of Revs

Electri city.’s Latest Triumphs. Geo lies............Am. Rev. of Revs

The Coming Conquest of the Air. E. La Rue Jones. .Am. Rev. of RON 'S Plucking Two Millions Out of the Air. H. G.

Hunting ......................................Technical World

First Balloon Flight Across Central Alps. Dr. A.

Gradenvitz ....................................Technical World

Wonderful Progress of Wireless. P. H. Middleton.....Technical World

$300 Per Day From Ocean Sands. Harry H. Dunn... Technical World

Clock of Many Accomplishments. Anne Hard........Technical World

Color Photography a Success. C. H. Claudy........Technical World

Molding a One-Piece House in a Day. P. H. Middleton. .Technical World

Engineer’s Gift to Business Men. D. S. Hatch.......Technical World

Telephoning Through the Fleet. H. T. Wade..........World’s Work

SPORTS AND PASTIMES.

Swerve in Billiards and Curling. P. A. Vaile. .Saturday Rev. (Jan. 18) The Rugby Game for Inter-Collegiate Football. Dr. D. S.

Jordan ........................................Pacific Monthly

The Racing Game.....................................Everybody’s

The Sorrows and Joys of Automobiling in France. Chas. Wood..Travel

The Beguiling of the Moose Bull. A. P. Silver...........Badminton

A First Experience of Pig-Sticking. E. Harenc............Badminton

The Football Derby. R, H. Brewer......................Badminton

A Day After Snipe in Northern Spain. Lieut. R, N........Badminton

The Evolution of the Golf Club. F. Kinloeh.............Badminton

Pigeon Shooting on the Riviera. Edwin L. Arnold........Badminton

Retrospective Fishing. A. T. Johnson.........................Idler

Motorboat as a Pleasure Craft. WT. L. Dudley...........Metropolitan

THE STAGE.

About Pantomime. Max. Pemberton.............Sat. Rev. (Jan. 18.)

The East-end Jew at His Playhouse. A. L. Ellis...........Pall Mall

Playbills of the Panic Season. Jno. Corbin----Sat. Eve, Post (Jan. IS.)

Going in the Theatre by Proxy. Lilian Bell ................Success

My Grandfather As An Actor. Charles Dickens. .Ladies’ Home Journal

The London Stage. Oscar Parker ...............English Illustrated

Dog Days of the Drama. C. Pollock.....*................Smart Set

TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION.

The Alps Once More. F. Harrison ...........Living Age (Jan. 18.)

The Race for the Poles. H. de Windt.........Living Age (Jan. 25.)

Glimpses of London City. Sir Wm. P. Treloar ...........Pall Mall

The River Tyne. E. L. Allhusen ........................Pall Mall

Freighting in the Northwest ......................Canada (Jan. IS.)

A Foreign Tour at Home. Henry Holt..........Putnam’s and Reader

Our Undiscovered Oregon. Joaquin Miller...........Pacific Monthly

Old and New Cairo. Geo. Pignatoire.............Chambers’s Journal

A Moorish Seaport. S. Gwynn .................Living Age (Feb. 8.)

Paris. Samuel G. Blythe ...............................Everybody’s

The Test of Saskatchewan. H. Vanderhoof .................Success

The All-Red Route. Hon. W. P. Reeves....................Cornhill

Darjeeling. Frances S. Ladd.................................Travel

The Sand Dunes of Cape Cod. R. P. Getty .................Travel

The Holy Mountain of Varallo. Thos. W. Johnson ............Travel

Mardi Gras in Munich. E. E. Pattou........................Travel

Some Economic Experiences in Foreign Travel. P. C. Nye......Travel

The Vale of Llangollen. P. V. D. Shelley...................Travel

Wintering in Dakota. P. McGuire............................Travel

Up the Great Pyramid. M. Sheppard ......................Travel

Marietta, the Pioneer City of the West. W. D. Cotton. .. .New England

The Gorge and Basin of Zambezi. G. W. Lamplugh.Geographical Journal

Bandar Abbas to Shiraz via Lar . Lieut. A. T.

Wilson ...................................Geographical Journal

Physiography of Certain Volcanoes in Japan. C. E. B.

Mitford...................................Geographical Journal

Richmond, Ind., a Residence Town. Mrs. Jno. S.

Shroyer ...................................Good Housekeeping

The Busiest City in the World. Fred. M. Manning. .Overland Monthly

Climbing Sunset Mountain. Robt. M. Barker......Overland Monthly

The Decayed City of Ures. J. E. Carne............Overland Monthly

The Fire of the Caucasus. H. W. Nevenson..................Harper’s

At the Minerva. Thos. A. Janvier .........................Harper’s

The Greenheart Fleet. Day. A. Willey.................Metropolitan

The Alaska of To-day. Judge W. H. Bard.................National

A Great American Museum. H. C. Bumpus.............World’s Work

Nyasaland. Sir A. Sharpe.............................Empire Rev.

Paris: The American’s Playground. V. Thompson........Broadway

Into and Out of Andorra. Jno. Randolph.............World To-day

A Second Motor Flight Through France. E. Wharton. .Atlantic Monthly A Record-breaking Balloon Voyage. H. H. Clayton. .Atlantic Monthly

WOMAN AND THE HOME.

Color in Costume............................................Strand

Coronets Behind the Counter......................Dry Goods Review

Women and Work .............................Living Age (Feb. 8.)

In Feminine Martyrdoms. Anne O’Hagan..................Smith’s

The Out-of-Town Girl in New York. G. M. Gould.............Smith’s

Concerning Beauty and Appropriateness in Dress. F.

Augustine ............................................Smith ’s

The Ideals of a “Woman’s Party” .............Spectator (Feb. 1.)

The Wife in the Shadow. O. S. Marden.....................Success

The Making and Marketing of Puff Paste. I. G. Curtis........Success

A College Girl’s Pluck. C. W. Allen........................Success

How Women Can Keep From Being Nervous. A.

p. Call ..................................Ladies’ Home Journal

What I Did With My Two Daughters .........Ladies’ Home Journal

A Girl’s Preparation for Marriage. A. Preston. .Ladies’ Home Journal A Practical Housekeeper’s Economies. Mrs.

Coville .................................Ladies’ Home Journal

How to do With Cheaper Cuts of Meat. Mrs. S.

T. Rorer.................................Ladies’ Home Journal

The American Mother and Her Child .........Ladies’ Home Journal

The Girl Who Makes Her Own Clothes. Helen

Kones ..................................Ladies’ Home Journal

The Woman Without a Maid. M. Harland..............Home Mag.

Hospitality Which Pays. A. Black ...............Good Housekeeping

The Perfect Comrade .........................Good Housekeeping

Three Housewives in New York. By the

Greenhorn ................................Good Housekeeping

Suggestions in Child Training. 1. H. Coriat, M.D...Good Housekeeping

Living on a Little. C. F. Benton................Good Housekeeping

Cheap Clothing an Extravagance. Maud L. Theiss. .Good Housekeeping The American Woman As a Higher Type. Mrs. T.

P. O’Connor ...................................World To-day

Women of the Revolt. Kellogg Durland.......Woman’s Home Comp.

Financiering in the Kitchen. A. S. Richardson. . .Woman’s Home Comp.

Why American Mothers Fail. Anna A. Rogers... .Atlantic Monthly