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VOLUME III, OF THE ALTRUISTIC REVIEW.
By James L. Hughes.
By John Russell Young.
Standpoint, 298 Market Gambling, 122
By Wm. E. Bear. Men Who Make the Best Husbands, 31, 32, 33 By Rev. Dr. Parkburst, Palmer Cox, Bill Nye and
By Elizabeth Morris.
By W. H. Mállock.
By Mrs. Joseph Cook.
By Edward Everett Hale. Pauperism, The Abolition of, 130
By Edward Everett Hale. Playgrounds for City Schools, 176
By Jacob R. Riis. Plutocracy's Bastiles, or Why the Republic
is Becoming an Armed Camp, 234
By B. O. Flower.
By Mr. Meriwether.
By Captain Maban, U. S. N.
By Dr. Shaw,
By Silvester Baxter.
By Prof. Henry C. Adams.
By Hon. Henry L. Dawes. Renaissance of Women, The, 227
By Lady Henry Somerset.
By Chas. Dudley Warner.
By J. M. Rice.
By Dora E. W. Spratt.
By Thomas A. Janvier.
By W. D. Howells.
Education ? 169, 170
Old Boston Mary, 172
The Storm and Stress in Germany, 172
By A. Symons Eccles.
By Albert H. Washburn.
By Christopher Valentine.
By Joaquin Miller.
By Christine Ladd Franklin.
By Theodore Roosevelt.
By Ira H. Brainerd.
By Mr. Leslie Stephen.
By J. W. Ludlow.
By Julian Ralph.
By Kate Douglas Wiggin.
It Does for the Public Health, 78
By Ida M. Tarbell.
By Octave Thanet.
By Lafcadio Hearn.
By Dr. Albert Shaw.
a Claim, 121 What Have We to Give Thanks For? 224, 225 By John Swinton, Alice French, Isidor Straus,
Bronson Howard and Jeannette L. Gilder. Where Time Has Slumbered, 178
By Julian Ralph. Woman, 293
By Charles Dudley Warner. Woman Suffrage, 133
By Mrs. Burton Harrison. Zee-Wee, 170
By Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen. Woman's Clubs, 264
By Mrs. V. G. Ellard.
THE STRUGGLE FOR THE LIFE OF OTHERS.
By PROF. HENRY DRUMMOND. Vol. 3. No. 1. A Monthly Record of Whatever is Worth Remembering.
By James L. Onderdonk.
IN THIS NUMBER-THE JEW: IS IT A QUESTION OF RELIGION ?
IN THE NEXT NUMBER-WALT
A Winnower of Wheat from Chaff.
$2.00 A YEAR.
PRICE 20 CENTS
700 miles east of Portland and 700 miles west of Denver.
280 miles east of Boise City, Idaho, and the U. P. Railroad. EXPORTS....
100 car loads 1889.
Returns, $500 per car
$ 50,000 200,000 600,000 1,500,000
Population in 1890, 250 people. It now claims 1,500, and before 5 years will have 20,000, and it is to-day the best point in the United States to make real estate investments that will pay certain returns and immense dividends.
BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF IDAHO FALLS, IDAHO. CITY LOTS IN IDAHO FALLS....
No city has ever become wealthy or pro einent without opposition. It is easy to criticise.
A few years ago city loss in Chicago, Portland, Omaha, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Denver and other cities of importance were severely condemned by the “wise ones.” They said no one of sound mind would put money in town lots, in these places, But a few short years have intervened and the "wise soothsayers ” are still as poor as church mice, and those who invested in city property, while it was yet cheap, are now the financial kings, millionaires and wealthy men and women of these cities. History repeats itself. Again there is an opportunity. This time at Idaho Falls, Idaho. City lots can be purchased to day in Idaho Falls at from $50 to $200 each, and we prophesy that in five years time they will be worth from $500 to $10,000 cach. The time to buy is when the opportunity knocks at your
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