National Geographic : 1900 Sep
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE CALIFORNIA.. O(F course you expect to go there this Spring. Let me whisper something in your ear. Be sure that the return portion of your ticket reads via the . . . Northern Pacific-Shasta Route. Then you will see the grandest mountain scenery in the United States, including fit. Hood and lit. Rainier, each more than 14,ooo feet high, lit. St. Helens, it. Adams, and others. You will also be privileged to make side trips into the Kootenai Country, where such wonderful new gold discoveries have been made, and to Yellowstone Park, the wonderland not only of the United States, but of the World. Close railroad connections made in Union Station, Portland, for Puget Sound cities and the east, via Northern Pacific. CHAS. S. FEE, SGeneral Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Minn. TWO IMPORTANT BOOKS ON AN ABSORBING QUESTION, The Trust Problem By Prof. JEREMIAH W. JENKS, Ph.D. This book is a comprehensive compendium of facts regarding industrial combina tions, their relations with the industrial world, their evils and the possible remedies for those evils. The information presented embodies the results of twelve years of pains taking personal investigation of large corporations by contact with their officers, employees, competitors, and the dealers in their goods. With 5 charts in colors. Small 12mo. $1.00 net. Corporations and Public Welfare A collection of addresses recently delivered at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Political and Social Science in Philadelphia. Among the contributors are Prof. L. S. Rowe, Comptroller Bird S.Coler of New York city, Senator William Lindsay of Kentucky, Hon. John Wanamaker, President William H. Baldwin, Jr., of the Long Island Railroad, and Senator Nelson W. Aldrich of Rhode Island. The work of each writer possesses authority, timeliness, and weight. 12mo. $1.50 net. McCLURE, PHILLIPS & CO., Publishers and Booksellers, 141-155 East 25th Street, New York. Please mention this Magazine when writing to advertisers.