May 1, 1920

THE LITTLE WARRIOR

THE MARKET HUNTER

THE THREAD OF FLAME

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THE LITTLE WARRIOR

FREDDIE ROOKE gazed coldly at the breakfast table. Through a gleaming eyeglass he inspected the revolting object which Parker, his faithful man, had placed on a plate before him. “Parker!” His voice had a ring of pain. “Sir?” “What’s this?”
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THE MARKET HUNTER

THE warm October was followed by a muggy, wet November. The elm leaves turned yellow but did not fall; the ash-trees lighted up the woods like gigantic lanterns set in amber; single branches among the maples slowly crimsoned. As yet the dropping of acorns rarely broke the forest silence in Sagamore County, although the blue-jays screamed in the alders and crows were already gathering for their annual caucus.
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THE THREAD OF FLAME

"AND a mighty good school too for a sport. Do you know it?" "But Lydia," I began, "what in the name of—?' “Sh-h! Don’t swear,” was all she said, as taking Boosey’s parcel she opened Vio’s door, softly she closed it behind her. Once more Boosey’s expression dramatized my situation.
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BASEBALL IN CANADA

TWENTY-FIVE years now I have been in baseball, for the most part in Canada, as player, league captain, manager, scout and organizer. In the latter capacity I have assisted at various times during the past fifteen years in organizing Canadian leagues and that has been the most interesting of all also the most trying and precarious.
Binding the WEST With BANDS of STEEL 2021

Binding the WEST With BANDS of STEEL

III.—Railroading Through the Rockies in the Eighties
THE MAN FROM the DESERT 1415

THE MAN FROM the DESERT

The First of a Series of Racing Stories
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THE PARTS MEN PLAY

MONSIEUR ANTON BEAUCHAMP was the pro-prietor of the Café Rouge in London. Monsieur Anton Beauchamp was once proprietor of the Café Bleu in Paris. For many years he had cast envious eyes on London. Did not always his guests, those strange blonde people with clothes like blankets, pay his prices without question?
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IN AN ALIEN COMMUNITY

The Experience of a Teacher in a Western Settlement
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REVIEW of REVIEWS

"MICE AND MEN"—AND MILK!

A Matter of Vital Importance to Humanity
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THE CALM AT OTTAWA

THE Easter adjournment found Parliament thoroughly under the influence of the Ottawa atmosphere. The dignity given to the proceedings by the new buildings, further isolation provided for the minor statesmen by new rules that closed the corridors adjoining the chamber to press and public, and the joys of the social whirl have fully convinced the private member of his individual greatness.
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