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AMERICAN MONTHLY

Illustrated

REVIEW&F REVIEWS 1902

TIONA

September

Edited by ALBERT SHAW

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NEBRASKA FARMERS TREKKING INTO WESTERN CANADA, 1902.

A Migration from "the States" to the
Canadian Northwest By CY WARMAN
Manufacturing Nitrogen from Air

By T. C. MARTIN. Illustrated

The Farmer's Balance Sheet for 1902

By WILLIAM R. DRAPER

How Big Crops Make Prosperous
Times By Professor HENRY C. ADAMS
Improved Conditions in the Farmer's
Life By CLARENCE H. MATSON
A Giant Automobile Harvester

With Picture

Baron Shibuzawa, the Creator of In-
dustrial Japan By STANHOPE SAMS
England After Lord Salisbury

The English Political Situation; by W. T. STEAD

Rabbi Joseph, A New York Hebrew
Patriarch

By ABRAHAM CAHAN.

Illustrated

The Russian Jew in America

By MAURICE FISHBERG, M.D.

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jurist

By GEORGE P. MORRIS. With Portrait

President Charles Kendall Adams

With Portrait

An Instance of Profit-Sharing

By SAMUEL CABOT

The Bonus System of Rewarding
Labor By H. L. GANTT

The Census of Manufactures

By S. N. D. NORTH

The Fall of the Historic Campanile

Illustrated

THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS CO., 13 Astor Place, New York.

Vol. XXVI.

No. 152.

Entered at N. Y. Post Office as Second-class matter.
Copyright, 1901, by THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS CO.

Price 25c. ($2.50 a You...

Wife, Young: What Should She Stand for? E. Bok, LHJ.
Wilson, President Woodrow, R. Bridges, AMRR; BB.
Words, Ways of, in English Speech, G. L. Kittredge,
Harp.

Workingmen, Accident Insurance for, A. F. Weber, PSQ,
June.

Women, Economic Dependence of, V. Lee, NAR.
Women: Should They Ride Astride? Mrs. A. Tweedie,
Pear.

Abbreviations of Magazine Titles used in the Index.

[All the articles in the leading reviews are indexed, but only the more important articles in the other magazines.]

NEng. New England Magazine, Bos

Edinburgh Review, London.
Education, Boston.
Educational Review, N. Y.
Engineering Magazine, N. Y.
Era, Philadelphia.
España Moderna, Madrid.
Everybody's Magazine, N. Y.
Fortnightly Review, London.
Forum, N. Y.

ton.
NineC. Nineteenth Century, London.
NAR. North American Review, N.Y.
Nouvelle Revue, Paris.

Nou.

NA.
OC.
0.
Out.
OutW.

Nuova Antologia, Rome.
Open Court, Chicago,
Outing, N. Y.
Outlook, N. Y.

Frank Leslie's Monthly, N. Y.
Gentleman's Magazine, Lon-
don.

Over.

Green Bag, Boston.

Gunton's Magazine, N. Y.

Нагр. Harper's Magazine, N. Y.
Hart. Hartford Seminary Record,
Hartford, Conn.

Homiletic Review, N. Y.
International Journal

Ains. Ainslee's Magazine, N. Y.
ACQR. American Catholic Quarterly
Review, Phila.

AHR.

American Historical Review,

AJS.

AJT.

N. Y.
American Journal of Soci-
ology, Chicago.
American Journal of The-
ology, Chicago.
American Law Review, St.
Louis.

ALR.

AMonM.American Monthly Magazine,
Washington, D. C.

AMRR. American Monthly Review of
Reviews, N. Y.

American Naturalist, Boston.
Anglo-American Magazine,
N. Y.
Annals. Annals of the American Acad-
emy of Pol. and Soc. Science,
Phila.

ANat.
AngA.

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Cass.
CasM.
Cath.

Cassell's Magazine, London.
Cassier's Magazine, N. Y.
Catholic World, N. Y.
Century Magazine, N. Y.
Cham. Chambers's Journal,

Brush and Pencil, Chicago.
Camera and Dark Room, N. Y.
Canadian Magazine, Toron-

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Edin.
Ed.
Ed R.

Eng.

Era.

EM.
Ev.
Fort.
Forum.
FrL.

Gent.

GBag.

Gunt.

Hom.
IJE.

Int.

IntS.
JMSI.

Women, Social Education of, in England and in Sweden,
Mme. Léra, RetS, June 1.
Women's Opportunity for Social Service, Rebecca D. Lowe,
Gunt.
Wyndhurst: A Summer Home at Lenox, W. Miller, CLA.
Yachting, One-Design Classes in-II., W. P Stephens, O.
Zakrzewska, Dr. Marie, W. L. Garrison, and Mrs. E. D.
Cheney, OC.

Zuyder Zee, Drying Up the, B. Wilson, FrL.

of

Ethics, Phila.
International Quarterly, Bur-

lington, Vt.

International Studio, N. Y.
Journal of the Military Serv-
ice Institution, Governor's
Island, N. Y. H.
JPEcon. Journal of Political Economy,
Chicago.
Kind. Kindergarten Magazine, Chi-
cago.
KindR. Kindergarten Review, Spring-
field, Mass.

LHJ. Ladies' Home Journal, Phila.
LeisH. Leisure Hour, London."
Lipp.
LQ.

Lippincott's Magazine, Phila.
London Quarterly Review,
London.

Longman's Magazine, London.
Lutheran Quarterly, Gettys-
burg, Pa.

McClure's Magazine, N. Y.
Macmillan's Magazine, Lon-
don.

MA. Magazine of Art, London.
MRN. Methodist Review, Nashville.
MRNY. Methodist Review, N. Y.
Mind. Mind, N. Y.
MisH.
Mis R.
Mon.
Mon R. Monthly Review, London.
MunA. Municipal Affairs, N. Y.
Mun. Munsey's Magazine, N. Y.
Music, Chicago.
NatGM. National Geographic Maga-

Long.
Luth.

McCl.
Mac.

PMM.
Pear.

Phil.
PhoT.

PL.
PSQ.
PopA.

PopS.
PRR.

PQ.

Popular Astronomy, North-
field, Minn.

Popular Science Monthly,N.Y.
Presbyterian and Reformed
Review, Phila.

Presbyterian Quarterly, Char-
lotte, N. C.
QJEcon. Quarterly Journal of Econom
ics, Boston.

QR.
RasN.
RefS.
RRL.
RRM.

Revue.
RDM.

RGen.
RPar.
RPP.

RSoc.
Ros.
San.

Out West, Los Angeles, Cal. Overland Monthly, San Francisco.

Pall Mall Magazine, London.
Pearson's Magazine, N. Y.
Philosophical Review, N. Y.
Photogaphic Times-Bulletin,
N. Y.

Poet-Lore, Boston.
Political Science Quarterly,
Boston.

Revue Socialistic, Paris.
Rosary, Somerset, Ohio.
Sanitarian, N. Y
School. School Review, Chicago.
Scrib.
SR.
SocS.
Str.
Temp.
USM.

Quarterly Review, London.
Rassegna Nazionale, Florence.
Réforme Sociale, Paris.
Review of Reviews, London.
Review of Reviews,
bourne.

Mel.

Revue, La, Paris.

Revuedes Deux Mondes, Paris.
Revue Générale, Brussels.
Revue de Paris, Paris,

Revue Politique et Parlemen-
taire, Paris.

Corn.

Cos.

CLA.

Crit.

Deut.
Dial.

Dub.

Cent.

Edin

burgh. Chautauquan, Cleveland, O. Contem. Contemporary Review, London.

Chaut.

Cornhill, London.
Cosmopolitan, N. Y.

Country Life in America,

N. Y.

Critic, N. Y.

Deutsche Revue, Stuttgart.
Dial, Chicago.

Dublin Review, Dublin.

Missionary Herald, Boston.
Missionary Review, N. Y.
Monist, Chicago.

Mus.

zine, Washington, D. C.
NatM. National Magazine, Boston.
NatR. National Review, London.
NC. New-Church Review, Boston.

corewers

West.

WPM.

WW.
Yale.

YM
YW.

Scribner's Magazine, N. Y.
Sewanee Review, N. Y.
Social Service, N. Y.

Strand Magazine, London.
Temple Bar, London.
United Service Magazine,

London.

Westminster Review, London.
Wilson's Photographic Maga-
zine, N. Y.

World's Work, N. Y.
Yale Review, New Haven.
Young Man, London.
Young Woman, London.

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EDITED BY ALBERT SHAW. CONTENTS FOR SEPTEMBER 1902.

262 262

Rt. Hon. Sir Edmund Barton.. Frontispiece
The Progress of the World -
A Languid Political Season.

259 A Year of Roosevelt..

259 Bumper Crops and Prosperity.

259 The Wheat Yield of 1902

260 The New Cotton Crop..

260 Other Sources of Farm Wealth

260 Intelligence and Prosperity.

261 Improving Neighborhood Life.

261 Consolidating Rural Schools..

261
New Educational Enthusiasm
Knoxville and Other Summer Schools.
Platforms of the Teaching Profession..

263 Ideals of American Life..

264 Decline of Partisanship

265 What Are the Party Issues ?

265 Should the Tariff be Revised ?.

265 Republican Opinion in the Northwest.

266 The General Party Attitude..

267 The President and an Appointment or 'Two... 267 Some Political Personalities..

268 Ohio's City Charters..

269 American Municipal Progress

270 Cuba's Troubles and Perils..

270 Problems of "Church and State

271 The Friars in the Philippines...

271 The “Orders” and the State in France.

272 The Schools and the Nuns..

272 The Agitation in England..

273 Affairs in England ..

274 The Unending South American Strife..

275 Mimic War Game on the Atlantic Coast.. 276 Coast-defense Problem...

277 The World of Finance and Industry

278 As to the Coal Strike...

278 As to Trusts and “Combines "

279 Foreign Affairs in General.

279 In the Far East....

280 With portraits of Charles W. Dabney, P. P. Claxton,

Albert B. Cummins, James M. Griggs, Joseph W.
Babcock, Horace Gray, the late James McMillan,
Robert M. La Follette, James F. Smith, John B.
Porter, William H. Taft, Thomas O'Gorman, the
late Lucas Meyer and Mrs. Meyer, José M. Marro-
quin,

John E. Pillsbury, Francis J. Higginson, Leon-
ard Wood, Arthur MacArthur, Henry C. Corbin,
Samuel B. M. Young, Liang Chen Tung, and Tsia

Chen, cartoons, and other illustrations. Record of Current Events....

281 With portraits of General Matos, the late Archbishop

Croke, the late Cardinal Ledochowski, and the late

Archbishop Feehan, and other illustrations. Recent Cartoons on Politics and Business.. 285 Migration to the Canadian Northwest 293

By Cy Warman.

With illustrations.
The Political Situation in England After
Salisbury

297 By W. T. Stead. With portraits of Lord Salisbury, Charles T. Ritchie,

Austen Chamberlain, Earl of Cadogan, and Lord

Halsbury. Baron Yeiichi Shibuzawa, the Creator of Industrial Japan..

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jurist..

... 307 By George Perry Morris.

With portrait of Justice Holmes. The Late Dr. Charles Kendall Adams....... 310

With portrait. The Late Rabbi Joseph, Hebrew Patriarch of New York....

311 By Abraham Cahan. With portrait of the late Chief Rabbi Jacob Joseph. The Russian Jew in America..

315 By Maurice Fishberg. The Census of Manufactures

319 By S. N. D. North. An Instance of Profit-Sharing

325 By Samuel Cabot. The Bonus System of Rewarding Labor...... 326

By H. L. Gantt. Improved Conditions in the American Farmer's Life ...

329 By Clarence H. Matson. The Farmer's Balance Sheet for 1902..

332 By William R. Draper. The Diffusion of Agricultural Prosperity..... 335

By Henry C. Adams. A Giant Automobile Harvester at Work...... 337

With illustration. “ Fixing Nitrogen from the Atmosphere.... 338

By Thomas Commerford Martin.
With portraits of Charles S. Bradley, and D. R. Love-

joy, and other illustrations.
Collapse of a Great Historical Monument

343 With illustrations. Leading Articles of the MonthAttorney-General Knox, Lawyer...

345 Wireless Telegraphy

346 Thomas A. Edison at Home.

347 A Word to Inventors..

349 The Art of Benjamin-Constant..

349 The New Cathedral Westminster

350 Queen Alexandra.....

352 The Colonial Conference.

353 Our Vavy and Its Cost...

354 The Cape to Cairo Telegraph.

355 The Pacific Cable Routes..

355 Panama versus Nicaragua.. The Revolution in Colombia.

357 Kansas of To-Day...

359 A City Real-Estate “Trust"

360 Agricultural Training for Women.

361 The First Public Man Interviewed in England. 362 Swinburne on Dickens.

302 Russia in Manchuria..

361 Pierre Loti's Travels in India.

364 The Future of Theology.

365 The Function of Water in the Human Body. 366 Alcohol as Food or Poison...

367 With portraits of Philander C. Knox, William H. Preece,

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Edison, the late M. Benja-
min-Constant, and Algernon Charles Swinburne,

and map of the proposed Pacific.cable routes. The Periodicals Reviewed...

368 Index to Periodicals..

380

357

303
By Stanhope Sams.
With portrait of Baron Shibuzawa.

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