November 1, 1924

The Petroff Treasure 2021

The Petroff Treasure

The second and concluding instalment of this striking story of courage, treachery and love.
The Asylum of Adventure 2627

The Asylum of Adventure

The creator of “Father Brown” involves the reader in characteristic perplexities and paradoxes, and shows how a man may be too clever to be lucky.
LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT 1415

LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT

This story is an intriguing mixture of love and business, and shows what a real go-getting young Canadian can achieve in both.
CLEARING A SNARL 1213

CLEARING A SNARL

Clarence Dickey doesn't know, even to this day, how he got the Minnehaha's trip of fish . . but then fishermen spun yarns about Captain Roxton and a fight
Canada Needs a Super-Civil Service 1011

Canada Needs a Super-Civil Service

Clarion call for a modern and efficient business government for Canada is made by General Currie.
ICE FOR THE ESQUIMAUX 2627

ICE FOR THE ESQUIMAUX

Dick Bennett taught his chief that the most important phase of selling is to be able to go back and sell 'em again.
Coaching and Canadian Rugby 2425

Coaching and Canadian Rugby

“Shag,” famous McGill coach, reveals some of his bag of tricks, gives some sound advice, and picks Warren Snyder as Canada's greatest all-round player.
Ross Runs a Paper Worth Quoting 1819

Ross Runs a Paper Worth Quoting

From $5 a week reporter “P. D.” has become owner of a million-dollar property, the Ottawa Journal. He is also a golf mandarin.
The Lady Who Lived a Dream 1819

The Lady Who Lived a Dream

Miss Moss had a peculiar cross to bear on this Armistice Day.
MIXING HUMAN NATURE AND BUSINESS; MAKING A REAL SUCCESS OF IT 6869
Women and their Work

MIXING HUMAN NATURE AND BUSINESS; MAKING A REAL SUCCESS OF IT

"WELL, as a matter of fact, I picked that up at a farm auction between Pickering and Whitby. It seemed a most unlikely place. We drove up a perfectly terrible road two or three miles north of the Kingston Highway, and—pardon me just a minute, please.”
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