In This Issue
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A Cure for Doctors' Bills
The medical profession sees the writing on the wall.
Zionism in Palestine
"'I am neither pro-Arab nor pro-Jew,' he said sadly; 'I worship here. This is my shrine in this tormented land of three faiths.'"
The Chicago Complex
The roots of a city's corruption
The Atlantic Bookshelf: A Guide to Good Books
When the West Was West
Untitled Book Review
The Atlantic Bookshelf: Conclusion
A wrap up of book reviews from Edward Weeks
My Friend Chace
So You're Glad to Be Home?
A Flyer in Pearls
Made in Japan
Ways of India
The Contributors' Column
Davy Jones's Locker: The End of a Kanaka Voyage
The American Embassy--August 4, 1914
A River Goes With Heaven: Part Three
A Knife for Her Husband
First Aid to the Illiterate
On Not Calling a Spade a Spade
Home Is Best
Ode to Commemorate the Invention of the Telegraph