September 1, 1918

FEATURE ARTICLES

Less Petty Politics, More Common Sense

FEATURE ARTICLES

Buried Alive!

FICTION

The Three Sapphires

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FEATURE ARTICLES

Less Petty Politics, More Common Sense

WHEN my last article was written the campaign against the representation of Canada in Imperial Councils in London was just beginning. The thought had such a tremendous appeal to the prejudices that it was certain to be developed by agitators and by the unthinking chatterers on the daily press.

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Buried Alive!

The Experiences of a Canadian Sapper

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FICTION

The Three Sapphires

A Story of Mystery and War Intrigue

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The Strange Adventure of the Irreproachable Butler

"ARE you waiting for someone, sir?" That question, for all its veneer of respectfulness, was only too patently a message of dismissal. And I resented it, not only because it was an impertinence, but more because it had driven out of my drowsy brain a very beautiful picture of Mary Lockwood as she stooped over an old Italian table-cover embroidered with gold galloon.

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REVIEW of REVIEWS

Germany’s Latest Plan to Enslave the World

U.S. Government Gets Copy of Amazing Plan That Has Been Formulated to Seize the Trade of the World After the War

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FICTION

The Beluchistan League

A Most Original Baseball Story

108109

WOMEN AND THEIR WORK

Your Girl at College and After

A BEND in an unknown road is always alluring, but only at one other time in a girl's life does it open up such possibilities as when she goes to the school that is to link up her girlhood with real living. No wonder it’s an experience full of thrills from the earliest anticipation.

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FEATURE ARTICLES

Canada Has Exceeded Objective

CANADA has exceeded her objective! Some time ago, on the occasion of the late Lord Rhondda’s last visit to America, a conference was held between the three modern Josephs—Rhondda, Hoover and Thomson. The wonderful Welshman, who has since laid down his life in the service, pointed out that the Allies in Europe would need a certain quantity of food from this side of the Atlantic in order to “carry on.”

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Our Mary

An Intimate Appraisement, in Four Parts, of the World’s Most Widely Known Motion-picture Actress

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WOMEN AND THEIR WORK

Putting by for the Winter

How to Store, Can, Dry, or Pack the Surplus of the Season’s Crop

6869

REVIEW of REVIEWS

Ludendorff is Now Dictator

A French Estimate of the Power and Ability of the German Commander

4445

FICTION

The Magic Makers

A Story of Adventure in Northern Canada

89

The Investment Situation

An Upward Tendency and the Reasons

THE first indications of a general bullish tendency in the stock markets in Canada presented themselves during the later part of July, and the earlier part of August, when activity showed a disposition to broaden out, and some twenty-five stocks, out of a little over fifty that were moving, registered gains, and half a dozen reached new high marks in their history.

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The Portals of Hostibilla

Another Lenix Ballister Story

1015

FEATURE ARTICLES

A “Close Up” of Union Government

Our National Executive as Seen from the Press Gallery

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REVIEW of REVIEWS

The Most Dangerous Man in Europe

Is the German Crown Prince Playing a Deep Game?

67

The Business Outlook

Germany’s Latest Manoeuvre

Is Warning the World of the “Anglo-Saxon Peril."

3031

FEATURE ARTICLES

The Birth of a Maritime Power

What Our Ally is Doing to Defeat the Submarines

6667

REVIEW of REVIEWS

The German Methods of Attack

A Complete Description of the Von Hutier Offensive

5051

FEATURE ARTICLES

What Might Have Been

I HAD been fortunate enough to obtain a place in the Speaker's gallery, after a strenuous struggle in an almost maddened crowd. It had seemed to me, as I buffeted my way along, to be significant that all the rules and regulations governing the admission of the public to Westminster had been suspended.

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