March 1, 1919

The STRANGE ADVENTURE of the NILE-GREEN ROADSTER 2021

The STRANGE ADVENTURE of the NILE-GREEN ROADSTER

I HOPE you slept well, sir,” said Benson, as I sat down to my breakfast of iced Casaba and eggs O’Brien, a long month later. “Like a top, thank you,” I was able to announce to that anxious-eyed old retainer of mine. “That sounds like old times, sir,” ventured Benson, caressing his own knuckle-joints very much as though he were shaking hands with himself.
The CANADIAN KING-MAKER 1415

The CANADIAN KING-MAKER

Beaverbrook’s Part in Imperial War Politics
RAIDING the RHINELAND 2223

RAIDING the RHINELAND

An Article on the Bombing of Germany
The Transformation 1011

The Transformation

A Most Unusual Serial Story
A SHADY DEAL 2829

A SHADY DEAL

JANE ANN, kneading fragrant bread-dough on the kitchen table, slapped the spongy mass before her with big hands, punched it with her fists, banged it with all the ardor her glad heart backed by two hundred and ten pounds of vigor could muster. For Jane Ann believed in carrying the spirit of her religion into her work.
Lend Me Your TITLE 1617

Lend Me Your TITLE

ASKED the Count? Did you expect him to understand or answer you?" "He is getting on remarkably -simply marveliously well with his Eng lish. He said with perfect fluency: `Mister Dig'It's so amusing and charming to hear him refer to Mr. Bradley as `Dig'`Mr. Dig,' he said, `say unto me.
The THREE SAPPHIRES 2425

The THREE SAPPHIRES

Concluding Instalment
FITTING IN the RETURNED MAN 2627

FITTING IN the RETURNED MAN

WHEN peace was declared, each of us took it differently. A mother / exclaimed: "Oh, now my boy won't have to go," and wiped away a tear. A young girl ex claimed regretfully: "Oh, goodness! Now he won't be able to use those socks I sent him," and frowned moodily until her mother re(Canadian troops landing a minded her that we had also worn socks before the war.
"WE AIM TO PLEASE" 49

"WE AIM TO PLEASE"

Something About Government Plans and the Next Session
FAKERS—And Others 3233

FAKERS—And Others

THE out crook Yukon and was professional full of fakers, gambler from to the the out-andotherwise honest miner who faked the amount of work that the law provided must be done on each claim. They cropped up everywhere. Foremost among those I remember was Hatfield the Rain-maker.
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