July 15, 1923

SUCCESS

WHITE GANDER

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SUCCESS

HIS oilskins glistening with nodules of water, the tall quartermaster entered the captain’s cabin in response to a sleepy “Hello?” “Fog, sir,” he said stolidly, standing just inside the brass-topped storm-step. He held the door partly shut behind him with his fingers touching the handle.
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WHITE GANDER

WHITE GANDER was a fighter from the word go—or possibly a little sooner. No game-cock of faultless pedigree rejoiced more in bloody combat than this longnecked bird; for nature, who had given the game-cock long, sharp spurs, had blessed White Gander with a vicious bill and winigs strong enough to beat in a man's temples.
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LUCKY WENDOVER: The Third of a Series of Five Stories

III. “The Case of the Wicked Fool'
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BLACK ICE

NORA MULVEY marched into the office and gave notice. "For the love of Pete, Nora, what’s the matter?” asked Baldy Quinn, laying down “David Copperfield” and peering over the rims of his spectacles, “Not bad news?” “Bad enough, sir.” The girl dropped her eyes, flushed, wiped her hands on her apron.
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The Problems of Our Provinces

IV. The Maritime Provinces of the Atlantic
“Watchman, What of the Ice?” 2021

“Watchman, What of the Ice?”

THE Timid Passenger stopped dead in his tracks. The Ancient Traveller had transfixed him where he stood. "B-b-but it can’t be so.” pleaded the Timid Passenger. "They couldn’t take a chance with a big ship like this.” “Poppycock,” snorted the Ancient Traveller.
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THE DRAMA AS I SEE IT

Studies in the Plays and Films of Yesterday and To-day
THE CALL 2021

THE CALL

CLOUD-BRUSHED, the mountain peaks seemed striving to thrust their slate-blue faces above the strangling cowl which chained them down; above and beyond them swam the boundless chaotic infinity to which they might never attain. She too seemed reaching for that unattainable, as, bare feet braced on the drab base of Old Baldy, her wide eyes probed the mauve mists of the mountain dawn, searching the soul of the skies, robin egg blue—and so far, far above her.
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WOMEN and THEIR WORK

YOUR GARDEN “SASS” GROWS IN THE WOODS

Let Nature be Your Greengrocer This Summer and Pick Your Vegetables from the Roadside. Rice, Potatoes, Salad and Seasoning Grow Wild and Are Yours if You Are Willing to Gather Them
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WOMEN and THEIR WORK

MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX

Question—Mrs. R. M., Ontario— Can you suggest an uncommon name for my baby daughter? I am tired of Elizabeth, Margaret, and Eleanor? Answer—Dierdre is a pretty Irish name—also Nora, Kathleen, and Patricia. Then Lilla, Ytive, (pronounced A-tive) Persis, Imogen, Primrose, Heather, Joan, Densie and Cynthia are all attractive names.
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