April 1, 1919

Bulldog Carney

WOMEN AND THEIR WORK

Mother’s Pensions

Man and Wife

Bulldog Carney 1617

Bulldog Carney

The First of a New Series of Stories
Mother’s Pensions 9899
WOMEN AND THEIR WORK

Mother’s Pensions

WE can see a question more clearly if we make it personal. Suppose you were a widowed or deserted mother without means. As conditions are now, in all but one province of the Dominion, you could choose among: three courses. First, you could put your children in an institution; second, you could keep them at home uncalled for while you worked ten, twelve or fourteen hours a day; third, you could stay at home with them and let them starve.
Man and Wife 2223

Man and Wife

A Story of Canadian Life
Did Switzerland Save Allied Cause? 6061
REVIEW of REVIEWS

Did Switzerland Save Allied Cause?

The Story of a Diplomatic Struggle That Ended Well
RECONSTRUCTION in TURKEY 2021

RECONSTRUCTION in TURKEY

IN a recent issue of this magazine I described my visit to Berlin as it is under the Bolsheviks. On the very day following the events there related, I was surprised and delighted to receive a telegram which read “Come on to Constantinople and write us up too.”
The TRANSFORMATION 2627

The TRANSFORMATION

THE lady’s face was a study. Alexander had fathomed her thoughts; she divined the reason for his triumph. What an intuition he possessed; what a positively uncanny brain! Why, he could read people! Amazing! The lady was beginning to feel a bit bewildered with her paragon.
The SUN GAZER 3031

The SUN GAZER

TO Jim Horner it seemed as if the great, whiteheaded eagle was in some way the uttered word of the mountain and the lake—of the lofty, solitary, granite-crested peak, and of the deep, solitary water at its base. As his canoe raced down the last mad rapid, and seemed to snatch breath again as it floated out upon the still water of the lake, Jim would rest his paddle across the gunwales and look up expectantly.
This Year’s Automobiles 4849
REVIEW of REVIEWS

This Year’s Automobiles

Influence of the Liberty Motor on Automobile Motors
SOLVING the PROBLEM of the ARCTIC 213

SOLVING the PROBLEM of the ARCTIC

A Record of Five Years’ Exploration for the Canadian Government
Political Apathy Cost Thousands of Lives 34b34c
REVIEW of REVIEWS

Political Apathy Cost Thousands of Lives

How Cabinet Dallied With the Dardanelles Problem
CANADA’S FISHMONGER GENERAL 2829

CANADA’S FISHMONGER GENERAL

The Story of a Campaign to Sell Canadian Fish
Some Tricks of the “Mediums” 66b66c
REVIEW of REVIEWS

Some Tricks of the “Mediums”

Tricks of Spiritualists Exposed by a Scientist
OPENING the NEW BOOK 2425

OPENING the NEW BOOK

A Review of Developments at Ottawa
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