October 1, 1910

A Labor Union that Uses the Golden Rule 128129

A Labor Union that Uses the Golden Rule

An article in praise of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, which he claims has done more for its members than any other labor union, is contributed by C. F. Carter to the Century Magazine. It seems that the Brotherhood has adopted the Golden Rule as its fundamental principle.
Pouring Grain Through the Big Funnel 3435

Pouring Grain Through the Big Funnel

How the Western Wheat Crop is Handled hy the Elevators of the Twin Cities
Buried Treasure 5859

Buried Treasure

The Story of an Old Miser’s Queer Joke
Building Up Loyalty Between Employer and Employee 4849

Building Up Loyalty Between Employer and Employee

DELAYED by a train of accidents, a big contractor faced forfeiture of his bond on a city tunnel costing millions of dollars. He had exhausted his ingenuity and his resources to comply with the terms of his contract, but had failed. Because public opinion had been condemning concessions on other jobs on flimsy grounds, the authorities refused to extend the time allowed for completing the work.
Runaway Trains on “The Big Hill.” 110111

Runaway Trains on “The Big Hill.”

When Dr. James Hector was exploring the western slopes of the Rocky Mountains in British Columbia, he happened to pass too near to the heels of an ill-tempered cayuse. The animal, probably not realizing the future significance of his action, kicked the explorer with such vehemence as to break three of his ribs and apparently kill him.
By Special License 9697

By Special License

The Story of a Woman’s Love and of a Man Who Played the Game
Bad Teeth vs. Good Health. 118119

Bad Teeth vs. Good Health.

A serious article on the prevalence of disease and decay in teeth, with all its attendant ills, appears in Pearson's Magazine, from the pen of J. J. McCarthy, M.D. It makes the reader sit up and think, and, if it serves to direct greater attention to this matter, it will be doing a good service.
Johnnie 4243

Johnnie

The Fulfillment of a Young Man’s Ambition
The Conservation of the Individual 122123

The Conservation of the Individual

That the human body manufactures energy as it is required, is the theory of Dr. Newton, who contributes to the Forum an interesting article on this subject. Taking Weston's famous walk from San Francisco to New York in 105 days, as his text, he asks, whether the walker is a unique person or has he done something which others might do equally well.
Mr. Sterling’s Sister 7273

Mr. Sterling’s Sister

A Simple Tale of a Woman’s Devotion
A Canadian’s Success in Grand Opera 8081

A Canadian’s Success in Grand Opera

The Career of Mr. Edmund Burke
At Work with the Business Doctor 6869

At Work with the Business Doctor

Curing Sick Industries
Important Articles of the Month 108109

Important Articles of the Month

The Egoism of John Burns.
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