October 15, 1923

THE PATTERSON LIMIT

THE OCEAN TRAMPS

THOROUGHBRED

THE PATTERSON LIMIT 89

THE PATTERSON LIMIT

A Girl Fire-ranger Makes Good Complete in Two Issues
THE OCEAN TRAMPS 2425

THE OCEAN TRAMPS

Iv. “Sunk Without Trace"
THOROUGHBRED 1819

THOROUGHBRED

RUMORS now flying were fast about the grounds, that a“ringer” had been substituted for the real Sleighbells; and a demand was sent to the stables for the colt to be produced. Instead, his trainer, Jim DeVries, appeared with a fishy story that immediately after the race Sleighbells had run away out of the gate and made off towards the hills.
SCARLET SINS 1415

SCARLET SINS

WHEN the government tug the Resolute governleft "the Soo” to turn off the lake traffic lights for the long winter night, the December winds were cutting at the gray-green billows and bearding the low laden freighters with ice. In spite of the lateness of the season there was the usual score or more of passengers—lumberjacks, millhands.
The Problems of Our Provinces 1617

The Problems of Our Provinces

The Ninth of a Series of Ten Striking Articles
Ottawa Awakes from Summer’s Slumbers 2223

Ottawa Awakes from Summer’s Slumbers

A LOT of water has flowed under the bridges since the last chapter of this truly authentic political history was written. Ontario has given impetus to the "back to the farm” movement by giving Premier Drury et at ample opportunity to follow the careers for which Nature fitted them.
There’s No Trick To Success 1617

There’s No Trick To Success

“Good gosh, are you still talking business?” roared a fellow golfer at C. H. Carlisle. . . He was—and that may account for a shock-headed, country youth achieving an ambition that is conspicuous amongst business successes.
MERLE FOSTER CREATES ART OUT OF MUD, AND HER SISTER MAKES IT PAY 5253
WOMEN and THEIR WORK

MERLE FOSTER CREATES ART OUT OF MUD, AND HER SISTER MAKES IT PAY

Business Ability of One Makes Complete the Gift of the Other and Both Girls Live and Work in Happy Unison in Toronto’s “Greenwich Village”
SEEING THE TEACHER: III. TYPES OF CHILDREN 5455
WOMEN and THEIR WORK

SEEING THE TEACHER: III. TYPES OF CHILDREN

I HAVE often wondered if the mothers and fathers of some of the children know how much their children mean to us and how much we appreciate their presence in our classes. As I have looked at them industriously bent over their work, or smiling gleefully when they have accomplished something difficult, I have many times wished for the magic power which would call their parents to my side so that I might tell them what a never ceasing source of pleasure their girls and boys are.
WHAT WILL BE REACTION OF FALL OF THE FRANC? 45

WHAT WILL BE REACTION OF FALL OF THE FRANC?

INCIDENTAL to diplomatic eontroA versies over French action in the Ruhr, M. de Lasteyrie, finance minister of the republic, has been complaining that the fall in the franc has been due to unfriendly bear speculation by foreigners. F. W. Hirst, reviewing the situation in the Westminster Gazette, is far from taking this comment seriously.
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