JONE BELL presented himself at his flat in the Bronx with his derby hat broken, a discolored eye and a swelling on his jaw. CHAPTER IX. "For heaven's sake, John! You been in an accident?" shrilly demanded Mrs. Bell. She was a little woman with colorless, blond hair, a pointed nose and possessed of an insatiable curiosity.By MRS. WILSON WOODROW64 min
How many Canadians who know the name of Charles Mair realize that he is still lining—not merely an historical figure! Charles Mair reached the Red River Settlement in 1868, one year after Confederation, to was the first permanent and practical step of the first Dominion Government to connect the East with the West and to eneourage immigration.
EX-PRIVATE CHARLES WRIGHT fought in the Great War-fought with his youth, his health, his strength, and sacrificed them all gladly for humanity. Today, a cripple in hospital, on a total disability Government pension, he still fights—fights with his heart, his soul and his wits—still for humanity.By DOROTHY G. BELL12 min
Question—Miss M. S., Nova Scotia: Can you tell me something about Social Service work? Is training given anywhere in Canada? Answer—Yes. Both McGill University, Montreal, and the University of Toronto, offer this training. In the case of the latter University either one of two courses may be taken—a two-year course leading to a diploma, or a one-year course leading to a certificate.By EDWINA SETON7 min
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