November 1, 1910

CANADIAN SPECIALS

Is Canada in Danger of Invasion?

SERIAL STORY

The Trail of ’98

SHORT STORIES

A Strange Tip

Is Canada in Danger of Invasion? 5051
CANADIAN SPECIALS

Is Canada in Danger of Invasion?

The Oriental Menace
The Trail of ’98 1819
SERIAL STORY

The Trail of ’98

A Vivid Tale of the Yukon Gold Rush
A Strange Tip 8485
SHORT STORIES

A Strange Tip

THE Hon. Robert Norman Beanyngton-Brome, familiarly known as “Beans” to his immediate friends, third son of the late lamented Lord Stranways, and only surviving brother of the present Lord, stood alone in the paddock at Ascot, intently figuring at his gold monogramed betting book.
Canada Gets the Box but Not the Socks 2627
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Canada Gets the Box but Not the Socks

Pointing Out Some of the Reasons Why Canada Hesitates to Enter Into Conventions with the United States
The Lights of Jerusalem 3233
SHORT STORIES

The Lights of Jerusalem

A charming little romance of a railway fireman, who fell in love with a country maid, whom he used to pass daily on his run.
Flaherty’s Promotion 7677
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Flaherty’s Promotion

LIEUTENANT DENNIS FLAHERTY sat in his chair and yawned. Then he stretched his great arms high into the air, and his great legs out before him, and wriggled. He had inside him an uncomfortable, stuffed feeling. For Lieutenant Flaherty had long contracted the habit of eating more than was good for him, and the consequence was not only an increasing embonpoint, but a habitual torpor, as of a gorged python.
Picturesque Tales of Porcupine 9697
Importent Articles of the Month

Picturesque Tales of Porcupine

Of the new El Dorado in Northern Ontario, Edwin Morris writes entertainingly in Pearson’s Magazine. He gives some readable stories of the discovery of the Porcupine Camp and of the earlier adventures of one Bill Woodney in the same region.
Do the Railways Own Canada? 124125
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Do the Railways Own Canada?

Late Member Ontario Legislative Assembly
The Mammoth Tusk 6667
SHORT STORIES

The Mammoth Tusk

A Tale of British Columbia
Some Curious Wagers 112113
Importent Articles of the Month

Some Curious Wagers

Bernard Darwin contributes to the Strand Magazine an interesting article on some of the curious wagers which have been made between English gentlemen in bygone years. Of the Earl of March and Ruglen, better known as the Duke of Queensberry, he writes,
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