IN undertaking to introduce Mr. Habitant to the Dominion of Canada, and to the other dominions beyond the seas, wherever MACLEAN’S MAGAZINE circulates—including the Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland—I am aware that it is a somewhat delicate task.By T. M. FRASER20 min
IT does not matter how much sentiment there may be relating to any subject, nor how many well-wishers it may have, things do not begin to happen until some man or woman is raised up to turn into action the many kind thoughts and good wishes which exist in a sort of nebular condition.By Nellie L. McClung17 min
LAURIER is dead: long live the King! His Majesty in this case having his name prefixed with the historic “William Lyon Mac kenzie.” Yes, the new Liberal Leader is the grandson of one famous Canadian and the successor of another. He may be a third even if he does appear to lack the magnetism of a Laurier and the fighting qualities of a Mackenzie.By J. K. MUNRO16 min
Having done that, Boyle stayed around for a day, during which time the place was twice attacked from the air, and feeling that everything was fairly satisfactory, proceeded on his way. The incident needs no comment. D’Artagnan could not have done more.
I HAD been home only twenty - four hours when I ran against old Pitley in the Strand. Pitley’s the kind of fellow I would sooner avoid than a five-point-nine; the kind of Johnny who tells you all your faults by saying what some old blighter you never heard of thinks about you.By HARRY BAILEY14 min
THE renaissance of Quebec, financially, industrially, educationally, and in almost every other way, seems to have begun with the Gouin Government. That may seem like a partisan statement; but when you observe the enthusiastic way in which the Quebec people endorse that Government—in many constituencies not even opposing the Government candidate; and when you study its achievement, it seems fair to give this Government credit for being constructive and progressive.By Thomas Munro14 min
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