February 15, 1920

The BLOOD BROTHER

THE THREAD of FLAME

SPANISH DOUBLOONS

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The BLOOD BROTHER

SHINING Lake lay in a belly of Keewatin hills. From its west shore rose a mound of conglomerate two hundred feet or more, and on the other side of this, nestling flat against a cliff, was a shack; outside an ordinary affair of logs and mud chinking, inside a droll combine of home and mining industry.
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THE THREAD of FLAME

The Story of a Man Who Lost His Identity
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SPANISH DOUBLOONS

AND indeed it was all extraordinarily like something on a stage. Slinker, for instance. He had a prowling, sidelong fashion of moving about, and enormous yellow mustaches like a Viking. Surely some artist in the make-up line had invented Slinker!
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THE MANZANITA

"HELEN," cried Jim Drummond, bursting into his cousin's laboratory, "when did you last hear from Larry Skelton?" Helen Dupont sat perfectly motionless, absorbed in the reaction which was taking place between the fumes from a boiling beaker, and a test tube which she held in her hand.
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THE DIAMOND HUNTERS

THE fates so ordained it that Captain Zebedee Knott paused long enough to light his pipe, thereby materially altering the entire finish of his career. For he had to strike two matches, and that delay just enabled him to catch sight of a large and battered pith helmet, under the shade of which he noticed a familiar face.
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THE MANTLE OF ELIJAH

The Story of the Man Who May Take Laurier’s Place
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THE GRAVE DRUG MENACE

MY OBJECT in writing for MACLEAN’S MAGAZINE four articles on the subject of Drug Addiction has been to show: (1) How widespread this evil has become in Canada; What the Federal Government has done to check it; and what further steps should be taken by them to this end.
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THE STORY of the ALLENS

How a Business Miracle Came About in Canada
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THE LAND of NANNABIJOU

A Wonderful Part of Canada That is Being Overlooked
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WOMEN AND THEIR WORK

The Charm of English Hospitality

AN open wood fire is a very companionable thing. The little dancing tongues of flame, the mystic dancing shadows, the pictures in the glowing coals play a harmonious accompaniment, with variations to supplement the gravest or gayest conversation, or inter-play delightfully with the dreamy reveries of the one who spends a quiet evening with his own thoughts for company.
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