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ARTHUR W. PAGE, Editor

CONTENTS FOR JULY, 1913

Mr. Cordell Hull - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Frontispiece
THE MARCH OF EVENTS — AN EDITORIAL INTERPRETATION ... 243
Mr. J. F. A. Strong
Dr. Luther H. Gulick

Mr. Clarence J. Owens
Colonel George Pope

Mr. Edwin Hatfield Anderson Dr. John Casper Branner
Senator F. M. Simmons

Governor George H. Hodges Dr. David Starr Jordan
Mr. Norman Hapgood
Governor Hiram W. Johnson

The Growth of American Cities

Mr. George W. Wootten A Wider Outlook

Postal Savings Bank Success Lobbyists

An English View of the Japanese Question To Restrict Immigration

More Wine and Ostrich Feathers Selling Our Goods Abroad

Studying Foreign Farming For Cordiality as Well as Peace

For a Natural National Highway Mr. Bryan's Peace Plans

A New Profession Who is Bottling Up Alaska?

To Reform Civil Service Reform Tramps

Guiding the Boy Gangs For Freehold Farmers

Better Children to Teach Captains of Industry

Private Pensions for Mothers
The Business of Being a Director

Ancient Customs in Colleges
A Remarkable Study of a Rural Community A County Commission Government
Meeting of Shovels

A Survey of Our Era
The Unnoticed Floods

A Lesson in Investments The Physical Valuation of Railroads AN ARCHITECT’S "INVESTMENT” IN STOCKS ------ 276 THE INTERLOCKING DIRECTORATES OF WAR D. S. JORDAN 277 MRS. ANDREW, IRONMASTER (Illustrated) - Sarah COMSTOCK 279 A NEW ART IN HEALTH EXHIBITS (Illus.) J. W. HARRINGTON 286 WHO GOVERN THE UNITED STATES II. (Illus.) ARTHUR W. Page 293 THE NEW FREEDOM VIL - - - - - - - - WOODROW Wilson 302 CONSERVATION THAT PAYS ITS WAY - - - - E. T. Allen 310 GERMANY: A MODEL OR A WARNING? - - SAMUEL P. ORTH 315 THE TRUTH ABOUT TUBERCULOSIS - - Edgar Allen Forbes 321 AMUSING AMERICA'S MILLIONS (Illustrated) - Dana Gatlin 325 CONQUERING THE COST OF LIVING (Illustrated) H. W. Lanier 341 “THE ANGEL OF THE ROUNDHEADS” - - - G. L. Price 349 NINE PATRIOTIC INVENTORS - - - - - - FRANKLIN Fisher 352 THE MARCH OF THE CITIES

PHILADELPHIA's WOOLEN STOCKING :. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 357 FORWARD TO THE LAND

THE VALUE OF GOOD NEIGHBORS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 358

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Published monthly. Copyright, 1913, by Doubleday, Page & Company. All rights reserved. Entered at the Post Office at Garden City, N. Y., as second-class mail matter

Country Life in America The Garden Magazine - Farming

CHICAGO 1118 Peoples Gas Bldg. DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & COMPANY. F.N. DOUBLEDAY, President H. S. Houston, Vice-President S. A. Everitt, Treas. RusselL DOUBLEDAY. See

GARDEN CITY

N. Y.

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REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE FOURTH DISTRICT OF TENNESSEE, WHO IS THE AUTHOR OF THE INCOME TAX SECTION OF THE TARIFF BILL WHICH IS THE DEMOCRATIC ADMINISTRATION'S MEASURE TO PUT INTO EFFECT THE 16TH AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION

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I T IS a good time to have confidence Each group is afraid that the other will

not only in the essential prosperity “play politics” and do them an injury.
of the country but in one another. A great deal of money and, what is
It is unfortunately a common thing more important, a great many reputations

to hear people in business speak in could be saved if the men of business and condemnation of all men in politics, and the men of politics could come to undersimilarly unfortunate that men in political stand each other with intelligence and life hold an attitude of suspicion toward charity. In both pursuits there are many men of business. The trouble arises indications that American morals are mainly in the difference in their viewpoints. improving and improving rapidly. The It is strikingly exemplified at times by attitude of employers toward labor is very the experiences of business men who different from what it was twenty-five or go into politics, and vice versa. They even fifteen years ago. There is less sharp are confronted with new sets of facts practice than there used to be. And the and conditions which very often make attitude of business toward the public a great difference in the angle of their has changed for the better. In politics, vision. There are, of course, business the last few years have seen vigorous men with no outlook beyond their fights against many forms of “honest pocketbooks, but they are probably graft” that long existed unmolested. fewer than at any other time in the history Campaign contributions with strings to of the country. There are men in politics them are done with, and we have even with narrow views and unworthy purposes, come to a day when a President publicly but even a casual investigation will denounces the profession of lobbyist which convince any one that our politics is has flourished in Washington for generacleaner than ever before. There are tions. With conditions so much improved exceptions in both groups, wicked men and the illegitimate relations between in both business and politics, but the business and politics less and less active, humanity underlying both classes is much it is surely time to begin to build up a the same, particularly in the ability clearly feeling of mutual confidence and respect to see the shortcomings of the other. between the men in these pursuits.

Copyright, 1913. by Doubleday, Page & Co. All rights reserved

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Copyright by Harris & Ewing MR. J. F. A. STRONG THE NEWLY APPOINTED TERRITORIAL GOVERNOR OF ALASKA, WHO BRINGS A LONG EXPERIENCE AS A NEWSPAPER EDITOR AND AS A PIONEER SETTLER TO THE SERVICE OF THE GOVERNMENT IN THE SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEMS OF BETTER RAILROAD COMMUNICATION AND OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF PHYSICAL RESOURCES IN THAT RICH MINERAL AND AGRICULTURAL EMPIRE

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COL. GEORGE POPE WHO WAS RECENTLY ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERS

AT THE ANNUAL CONVENTION AT DETROIT, MICH.

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