May 1, 1919

The Transformation 2425

The Transformation

THE Honorable Bertie was announced. There may have been—or did the lady imagine it?— a shade of embarrassment in his manner. “This is jolly,” he said. He was a big man—big and blonde. Alexander was big and dark! Both were husky, too, and strong.
Solving the Problem of the Arctic 1617

Solving the Problem of the Arctic

A Record of Five Years’ Exploration for the Canadian Government
Bulldog Carney’s Alibi 1213

Bulldog Carney’s Alibi

A DAY’S trail north from where Idaho and Montana come together on the Canadian border fumed and fretted Bucking Horse River. Its nomenclature was a little bit of all right, for from the minute it trickled from a huge blue-green glacier up in the Selkirk’s till it fell into the Kootenay, it bucked its way over, under, and around rock-cliffs, and areas of slid mountain sides that still held giganticpine and cedar.
A Bright Love Story Cornering Mr. Cobb 3031

A Bright Love Story Cornering Mr. Cobb

LIKE the devoted brother and affectionate old bachelor uncle that I am, I was naturally at hand to meet my sister and niece on their return from St. Augustine. They had been away a long-time—three or four months—and I had missed them as much as might an old dog who had been left at home with the servants.
ORGANIZING FOR PEACE 2829

ORGANIZING FOR PEACE

The Story of the G.W.V.A.
CANADA at the PEACE CONFERENCE 3233

CANADA at the PEACE CONFERENCE

A Glimpse Behind the Curtain at London and Versailles
MAN and WIFE 2021

MAN and WIFE

A Romantic Story of Quebec
THE CANADIANS in SIBERIA 211

THE CANADIANS in SIBERIA

"LOOK at that, will you?” A Canadian soldier, standing at the rail of the troopship, pointed a finger across the icechoked bay to where a huge galvanized iron warehouse with a rounded roof stood out against the grey sky of the early January morning.
Manufacturers and Farmers Face Each Other Across Tariff Trenches 3637
THIS MONTH'S VITAL QUESTION

Manufacturers and Farmers Face Each Other Across Tariff Trenches

DISCUSSING the tariff—“the unhappy ghost that walks behind the scenes of our Canadian politics”—the Brockville Recorder and Times says: “There is no member of the House at Ottawa, in the Government or out of it, who knows exactly where he is at.”
SAFE IN THE SADDLE? 2223

SAFE IN THE SADDLE?

"EYES West” was the single sentence on the orders of the day when Parliament swung into its steady stride for the session. No sooner had the statesmen selected their boarding-houses and unpacked their trunks than they got busy asking. “What are those Grain Growers going to do?”
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