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Page 273 - York Sun. FISH STORIES: Alleged and Experienced, with a Little History, Natural and Unnatural By CHARLES F. HOLDER, Author of "The Log of a Sea Angler," etc., and DAVID STARR JORDAN, Author of " A Guide to the Study of Fishes,
Page 274 - Immigration: And Its Effects Upon the United States By PRESCOTT F. HALL, AB, LL.B, Secretary of the Immigration Restriction League. 393 pp. $1.50 net; by mail, $1.65. " Should prove interesting to everyone. Very readable, forceful and convincing. Mr. Hall considers every possible phase of this great question and does it in a masterly way that shows not only that he thoroughly understands it, but that he is deeply interested in it and has studied everything bearing upon il."— Boston Transcript.
Page 276 - Reactions ; Native and Acquired Reactions ; What the Native Reactions Are ; The Laws of Habit ; The Association of Ideas ; Interest ; Attention ; Memory ; The Acquisition of Ideas ; Apperception ; The Will ; The Gospel o,f Relaxation ; On a Certain Blindness in Human Beings ; What Makes Life Significant.
Page 275 - JOHNSTON'S LEADING AMERICAN SOLDIERS Biographies of Washington, Greene, Taylor, Scott, Andrew Jackson, Grant, Sherman, Sheridan, McClellan, Meade, Lee, "Stonewall
Page 272 - ... may be heartily commended to the lay reader desirous of leading a sane, clean, whole-some life.
Page 111 - We have no sense of responsibility in regard to their pleasures and continually forget that amusement is stronger than vice and that it alone can stifle the lust for it. We see all about us much vice which is merely a love for pleasure "gone wrong...
Page 276 - A fitting memorial to its author. . . . The breadth of his experience, as well as the natural range of his mind, are here reflected. The subjects dealt with are all live and practical. . . . He never deals with them in a narrow or so-called ' practical
Page 274 - Scholarly. Covers every important phase, economic, social, and political, of the Chinese question in America down to the San Francisco fire in 1906."— New York Sun. "Statesmanlike. Of intense interest."— Hartford Courant. " A remarkably thorough historical study. Timely and useful. Enhanced by the abundant array of documentary facts and evidence.