National Geographic : 1911 Nov
SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE - MCMXII T HE NEW SERIAL, The Turnstile, by A. E. W. MASON, author of "The Four Feathers," "The Broken Road," etc., began in the Otober number. ROBERT GRANT'S Convictions of a Grandfather. The changed social, poliical, and living conditions are dwelt upon. the question of the accumulation and uses of great fortunes, the in creased cost of living, divorce, woman suffrage-almost everything of vital and familiar interest. PRICE COLLIER, whose "England and the English from San American Point of View" was a real literary sensation, will later in the year begin a series of papers along similar lines upon Germany and the Germans. SHE Traces and Influence of France in the Settlement of America, by PRESIDENT FINLEY. The romantic and wonderful story of the settlement and growth in civilization and power of the great Middle West, the marvelous changes that have followed in the footsteps of the old French explorers La Salle, Marquette, Joliet, and others. SENATOR HENRY CABOT LODGE will be represented by a group of articles giving his Reminiscences of Early Days. THE Witching Hill Stories, by E. W. HORNUNG, creator of the incomparable Raffles, past-master of the short story of mystery and adventure. A most remarkable and fascinating series of experiences in a London suburb. HE Men Behind the Bars. Miss WINIFRED TAYLOR, who for many years has devoted her life to the study of prisons and prisoners, will contribute three articles of intense human interest on the prisoners in penal institutions, dealing with their lives, characteristics, prospects of their reform, etc. Have You Seen the Beautiful Christmas Scribner? SPECIAL OFFER For the next three months the PUBLISHERS of SCRIBNER'S SMAGAZINE offer extraordinary inducements to any one who secures a specified number of subscriptions to the Magazine. Agents wanted in every town. Write now for Booklet A, giving full particulars. Address SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE, New York City. "Geographic readers may depend upon the integrity of our advertisers."