McClure's Magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 3, July 1908.
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McClure's Magazine, Vol. XXXI, No. 3, July 1908.

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  • McClure's Magazine
  • July, 1908.
    • Vol. XXXI. No. 3
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
      • ILLUSTRATIONS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • GUARDIANS OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH
    • Our Health Boards and Their Powers
      • DR. CHARLES HARRINGTON SECRETARY OF THE MASSACHUSETTS STATE BOARD OF HEALTH, WHICH, BY THE DISTRIBUTION OF VACCINE AND ANTITOXIN ALONE, HAS SAVED THE STATE $210,000
      • DR. THOMAS DARLINGTON COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH FOR NEW YORK CITY, WHICH HAS THE MOST THOROUGHLY ORGANIZED CITY HEALTH DEPARTMENT IN THE UNITED STATES
      • DR. CHARLES V. CHAPIN SUPERINTENDENT OF HEALTH IN PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, ONE OF THE CITIES WHICH HAS BEEN FOREMOST IN PROSECUTING PHYSICIANS FOR FAILURE TO GIVE NOTICE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE
      • Our Absurd Vital Statistics
      • DR. JOHN N. HURTY SECRETARY OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH IN INDIANA, WHICH HAS RECENTLY PASSED A LAW FORBIDDING THE MARRIAGE OF IMBECILES, EPILEPTICS, AND PERSONS SUFFERING FROM CONTAGIOUS DISEASE
      • DR. GEORGE W. GOLER HEALTH OFFICER OF ROCHESTER, NEW YORK, WHO REFUSES CHILDREN CERTIFICATES TO WORK IN FACTORIES, UNLESS THE APPLICANTS ARE IN SOUND PHYSICAL CONDITION
      • The Criminal Negligence of Physicians
      • DR. J. MERCIER GREEN HEALTH OFFICER OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, WHO STAMPED OUT A SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC AND REFORMED THE CITY'S WATER SUPPLY
      • "Business Interests" and Yellow Fever
      • THE SCAVENGERS OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
      • Newspapers, Politicians, and the Bubonic Plague
      • Fighting Prejudice and the Death Rate in Charleston
      • Killing Off the City Negro
      • Private Interests in Public Murder
    • DR. CHARLES HARRINGTON SECRETARY OF THE MASSACHUSETTS STATE BOARD OF HEALTH, WHICH, BY THE DISTRIBUTION OF VACCINE AND ANTITOXIN ALONE, HAS SAVED THE STATE $210,000
    • DR. THOMAS DARLINGTON COMMISSIONER OF HEALTH FOR NEW YORK CITY, WHICH HAS THE MOST THOROUGHLY ORGANIZED CITY HEALTH DEPARTMENT IN THE UNITED STATES
    • DR. CHARLES V. CHAPIN SUPERINTENDENT OF HEALTH IN PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, ONE OF THE CITIES WHICH HAS BEEN FOREMOST IN PROSECUTING PHYSICIANS FOR FAILURE TO GIVE NOTICE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE
    • Our Absurd Vital Statistics
    • DR. JOHN N. HURTY SECRETARY OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH IN INDIANA, WHICH HAS RECENTLY PASSED A LAW FORBIDDING THE MARRIAGE OF IMBECILES, EPILEPTICS, AND PERSONS SUFFERING FROM CONTAGIOUS DISEASE
    • DR. GEORGE W. GOLER HEALTH OFFICER OF ROCHESTER, NEW YORK, WHO REFUSES CHILDREN CERTIFICATES TO WORK IN FACTORIES, UNLESS THE APPLICANTS ARE IN SOUND PHYSICAL CONDITION
    • The Criminal Negligence of Physicians
    • DR. J. MERCIER GREEN HEALTH OFFICER OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, WHO STAMPED OUT A SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC AND REFORMED THE CITY'S WATER SUPPLY
    • "Business Interests" and Yellow Fever
    • THE SCAVENGERS OF CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
    • Newspapers, Politicians, and the Bubonic Plague
    • Fighting Prejudice and the Death Rate in Charleston
    • Killing Off the City Negro
    • Private Interests in Public Murder
  • A LITTLE VICTORY FOR THE GENERAL
    • "CAROLINE WALKED AHEAD, HER CHIN WELL UP, HER NOSE SNIFFING PLEASURABLY THE UNACCUSTOMED ASPHALT"
      • "YOUNG GIRLS ... CANTERED BY; THEIR LINEN HABITS ROSE AND FELL DECOROUSLY, THEIR HAIR WAS SMOOTH"
      • "THE STANDING CROWD CRANED THEIR NECKS, AS DELIA SAT UP STRAIGHT AND HELD OUT HER ARMS"
      • "'I'VE GOT TWO O' MY OWN'"
      • "'WHO—WHO—WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THIS?' HE WHISPERED HOARSELY"
    • "YOUNG GIRLS ... CANTERED BY; THEIR LINEN HABITS ROSE AND FELL DECOROUSLY, THEIR HAIR WAS SMOOTH"
    • "THE STANDING CROWD CRANED THEIR NECKS, AS DELIA SAT UP STRAIGHT AND HELD OUT HER ARMS"
    • "'I'VE GOT TWO O' MY OWN'"
    • "'WHO—WHO—WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THIS?' HE WHISPERED HOARSELY"
  • AMERICAN IMPRESSIONS
    • Travelling in America
      • HENRY IRVING AS CARDINAL WOLSEY IN "HENRY VIII."
      • Burned Hare Soup and Camphor Pudding in Pittsburg
      • ELLEN TERRY
      • ELLEN TERRY WITH HER FOX-TERRIERS, DUMMY AND FUSSIE; FROM A PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN IN 1889
      • MISS ROSA CORDER
      • The Best Ophelia of My Life
      • "Lonesome Brooklyn"
      • SIR HENRY IRVING
      • Fussie
      • MISS ELLEN TERRY
      • Fussie and "Charles I."
      • AUGUSTIN DALY AND HIS COMPANY OF PLAYERS
      • Irving's Strategy
      • AUGUSTIN DALY
      • The Death of Fussie
      • JOHN DREW
      • The Old Daly Company
      • ADA REHAN
      • HELENA MODJESKA
      • The John Drew Family
      • Mary Anderson
      • MARY ANDERSON
      • JOSEPH JEFFERSON AS RIP VAN WINKLE
      • Joseph Jefferson
      • The Night of the Great Blizzard
    • HENRY IRVING AS CARDINAL WOLSEY IN "HENRY VIII."
    • Burned Hare Soup and Camphor Pudding in Pittsburg
    • ELLEN TERRY
    • ELLEN TERRY WITH HER FOX-TERRIERS, DUMMY AND FUSSIE; FROM A PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN IN 1889
    • MISS ROSA CORDER
    • The Best Ophelia of My Life
    • "Lonesome Brooklyn"
    • SIR HENRY IRVING
    • Fussie
    • MISS ELLEN TERRY
    • Fussie and "Charles I."
    • AUGUSTIN DALY AND HIS COMPANY OF PLAYERS
    • Irving's Strategy
    • AUGUSTIN DALY
    • The Death of Fussie
    • JOHN DREW
    • The Old Daly Company
    • ADA REHAN
    • HELENA MODJESKA
    • The John Drew Family
    • Mary Anderson
    • MARY ANDERSON
    • JOSEPH JEFFERSON AS RIP VAN WINKLE
    • Joseph Jefferson
    • The Night of the Great Blizzard
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • THE HERITAGE OF HAM
    • "ALL DAY LONG OLD SERGEANT WILSON SAT IN THE CORNER OF THE SQUAD ROOM, CLASPING AND UNCLASPING HIS STRAINING HANDS"
      • "CABLE THE PRESIDENT! WHAT A JOKE!"
      • "THE CIRCLE CLOSED IN AS THE SEA SURGES UP UPON THE LAND"
    • "CABLE THE PRESIDENT! WHAT A JOKE!"
    • "THE CIRCLE CLOSED IN AS THE SEA SURGES UP UPON THE LAND"
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • THE SINGER'S HEART
    • HARRY BARNES, OLD ACTOR
      • "HE GRINNED AND WINKED AND FRISKED AND CAPERED"
      • "'OH, YOU DIVVIL, YOU! YOU OLD, BLATHERSKITING DIVVIL'"
      • "HE SAT STARING INTO THE BLANKNESS OF THE LITTLE ROOM"
    • "HE GRINNED AND WINKED AND FRISKED AND CAPERED"
    • "'OH, YOU DIVVIL, YOU! YOU OLD, BLATHERSKITING DIVVIL'"
    • "HE SAT STARING INTO THE BLANKNESS OF THE LITTLE ROOM"
  • THE REPUDIATION OF JOHNSON'S POLICY
    • The Fourteenth Amendment
      • A Campaign to Destroy a President
      • JOHN POTTER STOCKTON THE DEMOCRATIC SENATOR FROM NEW JERSEY WHO WAS UNSEATED IN THE SENATE OF 1866 TO MAKE ROOM FOR A REPUBLICAN SUCCESSOR. HE WAS LATER REELECTED TO THE SENATE
      • Killing of Negroes at Memphis and New Orleans
      • SENATOR CARL SCHURZ FROM A PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN ABOUT 1879
      • Johnson "Swings Around the Circle"
      • SENATOR PRESTON KING WHOM PRESIDENT JOHNSON APPOINTED COLLECTOR OF THE PORT OF NEW YORK. HIS SUICIDE IN 1865 WAS ATTRIBUTED TO WORRY OVER THE PRESIDENT'S RECONSTRUCTION POLICY
      • SENATOR JAMES LANE ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS FREE-STATE FIGHTERS IN KANSAS TERRITORY. HIS DEFECTION TO THE SIDE OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON WAS BITTERLY CRITICISED BY HIS CONSTITUENTS, AND WAS THOUGHT TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR HIS SUICIDE IN 1866
      • New Congress Overwhelmingly Anti-Johnson
      • The Movement Toward Negro Suffrage
      • SENATOR ZACHARIAH CHANDLER WHO WAS SENT, TOGETHER WITH CARL SCHURZ, TO THE PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION OF 1866, BY THE REPUBLICANS OF MICHIGAN
      • Reconstruction Under Military Control
      • The Public Fear of Johnson
      • The Fatal Bungling of Reconstruction
    • A Campaign to Destroy a President
    • JOHN POTTER STOCKTON THE DEMOCRATIC SENATOR FROM NEW JERSEY WHO WAS UNSEATED IN THE SENATE OF 1866 TO MAKE ROOM FOR A REPUBLICAN SUCCESSOR. HE WAS LATER REELECTED TO THE SENATE
    • Killing of Negroes at Memphis and New Orleans
    • SENATOR CARL SCHURZ FROM A PHOTOGRAPH TAKEN ABOUT 1879
    • Johnson "Swings Around the Circle"
    • SENATOR PRESTON KING WHOM PRESIDENT JOHNSON APPOINTED COLLECTOR OF THE PORT OF NEW YORK. HIS SUICIDE IN 1865 WAS ATTRIBUTED TO WORRY OVER THE PRESIDENT'S RECONSTRUCTION POLICY
    • SENATOR JAMES LANE ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS FREE-STATE FIGHTERS IN KANSAS TERRITORY. HIS DEFECTION TO THE SIDE OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON WAS BITTERLY CRITICISED BY HIS CONSTITUENTS, AND WAS THOUGHT TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR HIS SUICIDE IN 1866
    • New Congress Overwhelmingly Anti-Johnson
    • The Movement Toward Negro Suffrage
    • SENATOR ZACHARIAH CHANDLER WHO WAS SENT, TOGETHER WITH CARL SCHURZ, TO THE PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION OF 1866, BY THE REPUBLICANS OF MICHIGAN
    • Reconstruction Under Military Control
    • The Public Fear of Johnson
    • The Fatal Bungling of Reconstruction
  • THE THIRTEENTH MOVE
    • "'I'VE BEEN FOLLOWING YOU EVER SINCE YOU LEFT YOUR OFFICE,' HE SAID"
      • "'IT'S A DESPICABLE LETTER,' SHE TOLD HERSELF"
      • II
      • "'HOW DO YOU SUPPOSE I FEEL, BEING IN THIS POSITION—TO YOU?'"
      • III
      • IV
      • V
    • "'IT'S A DESPICABLE LETTER,' SHE TOLD HERSELF"
    • II
    • "'HOW DO YOU SUPPOSE I FEEL, BEING IN THIS POSITION—TO YOU?'"
    • III
    • IV
    • V
  • GIFFORD PINCHOT, FORESTER
    • GIFFORD PINCHOT
      • The Fight against the "Pinchot Policies"
      • Training an Army of Foresters
      • Land Piracy Checked
      • The Case of the Wood Haulers
      • How the Government Sells Timber
      • A SECTION OF THE BIG HORN NATIONAL FOREST, WYOMING, SHOWING THE FOREST SERVICE METHODS OF LUMBERING. A CERTAIN PROPORTION OF THE TREES HAVE BEEN LEFT STANDING FOR SEED PURPOSES. THE REST HAVE BEEN CUT CLOSE TO THE GROUND, TO AVOID WASTE, AND THE BRANCHES PILED AT A SAFE DISTANCE FOR BURNING
      • "Two Blades of Grass Where One Grew Before"
      • SECTION OF A REDWOOD FOREST IN CALIFORNIA, SHOWING WASTEFUL AND DESTRUCTIVE METHODS OF LUMBERING. THE TREES HAVE BEEN CUT HIGH UP, LEAVING A LARGE PROPORTION OF WASTE IN THE STUMP. THE LAND HAS BEEN STRIPPED BARE OF ITS TIMBER, AND IS IN CONDITION TO ENCOURAGE FIRE, EROSION, AND DESTRUCTIVE FLOODS
      • The Forest Service and the Stock-Raisers
      • THE EFFECT OF EROSION ON A HILLSIDE FROM WHICH THE FOREST COVER HAS BEEN REMOVED
      • The Roosevelt Dam Case
      • THE SAME HILLSIDE AFTER TWO YEARS OF CAREFUL AND SYSTEMATIC GRAZING
      • Irrigation Revolutionized by National Forestry
      • HERD OF SHEEP GRAZING UPON A NATIONAL FOREST. THE SHEEP GRAZE IN LARGE BANDS AND VERY CLOSE TOGETHER, AND THE CUTTING ACTION OF THE THOUSANDS OF HOOFS IS VERY INJURIOUS TO THE SOIL. FOR THIS REASON, SHEEP-GRAZING IS ONLY ALLOWED ON CERTAIN AREAS OF THE NATIONAL FORESTS.
      • The Free Grass Question
      • $1,000,000 Saved by the Forest Hunters
    • The Fight against the "Pinchot Policies"
    • Training an Army of Foresters
    • Land Piracy Checked
    • The Case of the Wood Haulers
    • How the Government Sells Timber
    • A SECTION OF THE BIG HORN NATIONAL FOREST, WYOMING, SHOWING THE FOREST SERVICE METHODS OF LUMBERING. A CERTAIN PROPORTION OF THE TREES HAVE BEEN LEFT STANDING FOR SEED PURPOSES. THE REST HAVE BEEN CUT CLOSE TO THE GROUND, TO AVOID WASTE, AND THE BRANCHES PILED AT A SAFE DISTANCE FOR BURNING
    • "Two Blades of Grass Where One Grew Before"
    • SECTION OF A REDWOOD FOREST IN CALIFORNIA, SHOWING WASTEFUL AND DESTRUCTIVE METHODS OF LUMBERING. THE TREES HAVE BEEN CUT HIGH UP, LEAVING A LARGE PROPORTION OF WASTE IN THE STUMP. THE LAND HAS BEEN STRIPPED BARE OF ITS TIMBER, AND IS IN CONDITION TO ENCOURAGE FIRE, EROSION, AND DESTRUCTIVE FLOODS
    • The Forest Service and the Stock-Raisers
    • THE EFFECT OF EROSION ON A HILLSIDE FROM WHICH THE FOREST COVER HAS BEEN REMOVED
    • The Roosevelt Dam Case
    • THE SAME HILLSIDE AFTER TWO YEARS OF CAREFUL AND SYSTEMATIC GRAZING
    • Irrigation Revolutionized by National Forestry
    • HERD OF SHEEP GRAZING UPON A NATIONAL FOREST. THE SHEEP GRAZE IN LARGE BANDS AND VERY CLOSE TOGETHER, AND THE CUTTING ACTION OF THE THOUSANDS OF HOOFS IS VERY INJURIOUS TO THE SOIL. FOR THIS REASON, SHEEP-GRAZING IS ONLY ALLOWED ON CERTAIN AREAS OF THE NATIONAL FORESTS.
    • The Free Grass Question
    • $1,000,000 Saved by the Forest Hunters
  • CHIEF KITSAP, FINANCIER
    • "KITSAP, THE CLERK, DONNED THE TRIBAL FINERY OF HIS ANCESTORS"
      • "ON ALL SIDES THE HOP-PICKERS WERE MAKING MERRY"
      • "PICKING PROGRESSED TO AN END, AND THE INDIANS HELD THEIR LAST FEAST AND DEPARTED"
    • "ON ALL SIDES THE HOP-PICKERS WERE MAKING MERRY"
    • "PICKING PROGRESSED TO AN END, AND THE INDIANS HELD THEIR LAST FEAST AND DEPARTED"
  • THE WAYFARERS
    • XXIII
      • "STOOD THERE LEANING AGAINST 'DADDY'S' SIDE"
      • "IT WAS SWEET TO BE CHAFFED, TO BE HEEDLESSLY YOUNG ONCE MORE"
      • XXIV
      • "SHE CREPT OUT UPON THE LANDING OF THE STAIRS, AND SAT THERE DESOLATELY ON THE TOP STEP"
      • XXV
      • SHE TOOK THE PISTOL FROM HIS RELAXED HOLD
      • XXVI
      • "THE TWO WOMEN SITTING ON THE BENCH, WRAPPED AROUND BY THE LONELINESS AND THE INTENSE STILLNESS OF THE ONCOMING NIGHT"
      • "'THEY'LL GET FULL OF EARTH AGAIN,' SHE PROTESTED"
      • XXVII
      • "LOIS STOLE INTO THE ROOM"
      • XXVIII
      • THE END
    • "STOOD THERE LEANING AGAINST 'DADDY'S' SIDE"
    • "IT WAS SWEET TO BE CHAFFED, TO BE HEEDLESSLY YOUNG ONCE MORE"
    • XXIV
    • "SHE CREPT OUT UPON THE LANDING OF THE STAIRS, AND SAT THERE DESOLATELY ON THE TOP STEP"
    • XXV
    • SHE TOOK THE PISTOL FROM HIS RELAXED HOLD
    • XXVI
    • "THE TWO WOMEN SITTING ON THE BENCH, WRAPPED AROUND BY THE LONELINESS AND THE INTENSE STILLNESS OF THE ONCOMING NIGHT"
    • "'THEY'LL GET FULL OF EARTH AGAIN,' SHE PROTESTED"
    • XXVII
    • "LOIS STOLE INTO THE ROOM"
    • XXVIII
    • THE END
  • THE CATHEDRAL
  • THE NEW GOSPEL IN CRIMINOLOGY
    • In the Homes of the "Repeaters"
      • "The House of Corruption"
      • Four Hundred Able Probation Officers
      • Liquor Dealers Vote to Coöperate
      • Record of Success Ninety-two Per Cent
      • The Story of Jim the Engineer
      • Suspended Sentence versus the Gold Cure
      • The Effect on the Children
      • The Criminal's "Debt" to Society Overpaid
    • "The House of Corruption"
    • Four Hundred Able Probation Officers
    • Liquor Dealers Vote to Coöperate
    • Record of Success Ninety-two Per Cent
    • The Story of Jim the Engineer
    • Suspended Sentence versus the Gold Cure
    • The Effect on the Children
    • The Criminal's "Debt" to Society Overpaid
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