May 1, 1916

FICTION

Behind the Bolted Door?

FEATURE SPECIALS

Speaking of Women

FEATURE SPECIALS

The Canadians in Hospital

Behind the Bolted Door? 47
FICTION

Behind the Bolted Door?

WONDERFUL, Holmes, wonderful! Sherlock, you astonish me.” The Judge was a big man. He spoke and looked like Tom Reed, one time power in American politics. And he laughed like him. Laneham grinned the tight-lipped grin of challenged battle, as he worked the car through the snow-pyramided street.
Speaking of Women 2425
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Speaking of Women

The Canadians in Hospital 3031
FEATURE SPECIALS

The Canadians in Hospital

IT was Netley, that great British military hospital, which received the largest part of the Canadian wounded after Ypres. It dropped its staff military formality for the nonce and as those men of Flanders trooped in through the open gate, mud-bespattered, soggy of shoe and with coats cut to suit all variety of barbaric taste, the whole staff—doctors, nurses and orderlies— pressed upon them, cheering and weeping, shaking them by the hand, even the stretcher cases, in a wild hysteria of gratitude for the men who had saved Ypres and the gate to England.
The Frost Girl 2627
FICTION

The Frost Girl

A Story of the Canadian North
Time and Chance: A Tale of the North 2223
FICTION

Time and Chance: A Tale of the North

HE came up out of the wilderness like a victorious king from the field of battle. At the edge of the woods he stood, like Moses on Pisgah, and surveyed a land fairer than Canaan. The blazing autumnal glory of it no artist mind ever conceived. No canvas ever knew the brilliance of its bewildering riot of color, unimaginable shades of green, opulent, golden magnificence, blood-red crimsons, superbly massed in infinite variety of hue.
A Life-Long Habit 3637
FICTION

A Life-Long Habit

A Story of Business Life in a Small Canadian Town
The Problems of Promotion 3839
BUSINESS ARTICLES

The Problems of Promotion

How and Why Men Win Success in the Business World To-day
Humor As I See It 1011
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Humor As I See It

And Something About Humor in Canada
There’s a Sound Basis for Prosperity 106107
THE~BUSINESS~OUTLOOK

There’s a Sound Basis for Prosperity

A MONTH ago we were able to point out that in Canada during the current twelve months no less than $610,000,000 will be expended on account of the war, either for the maintenance of the Canadian Expeditionary Forces or the making of ammunition for the Allies.
Bringing Up the Fourth Line Reserves 4041
BUSINESS ARTICLES

Bringing Up the Fourth Line Reserves

Son Goes; Father Gives; Mother Knits; Now Along Comes Little Sister and Offers to Hold Down Son’s Job for Him
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