ANDY put his horsefthrough at a stiff pace. The homestead was shrouded in blackness, as he approached. Riding through the gate he cantered swiftly down the lane, and pulled up beside the house. He had but halted when he discerned the dim movement of figures on all sides of him.By DAVID HOWARTH49 min
IN MY capacity as “Official Trustee”—a position which I will proceed shortly to explain I have been surprised at the number and variety of things which cause friction and lead our foreign settlers to object to the formation of a proper school district.
THE manners of the Braddock boys were old-fashioned even to the extent of being early-Victorian. They were elaborately, sometimes painfully, selfconscious and always sincere. They had come to them from their Kentish grandfather, Captain John Braddock, R.N., through the instructions and example of their father Such manners could not have survived the gnawing of time and the blandishments of new styles in any but a rural and Becluded community nor under many other combinations of domestic conditions than the circumstances in which the boys had been born and bred.By THEODORE GOODRIDGE ROBERTS25 min
"UNCLE James should be here soon," said Molly thoughtfully from the other end of the teatable. "For Heaven's sake be nice to him, Peter.” “When have I ever not been nice to Uncle James?” I demanded. “But I tell you candidly, Molly, that it can’t last much longer. He’s only fifty-five: he will almost certainly live another forty years.By SAPPER H. C. McNEILE24 min
“The Mirrors of Downing Street” and “The Mirrors of Washington” Have Created Sensations of International Importance. This Chapter is from the Canadian Equivalent—“Ottawa in Masquerade,” a Book Which Will Startle Canada When PublishedBy “THE MAKE-UP MAN”12 min
Mrs. McClung is probably Canada’s leading woman orator. She is now en route to England where she will represent Canadian Methodism at the Ecumenical Congress. This study is particularly interesting as it is from the pen of another famous western woman writerBy MRS. EMILY F. MURPHY10 min
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