THE solicitor and family advisor of the Trevelyns for more than half a century, Andrew Roxborough, paced agitatedly up and down his office floor, shaking his white mane like an angry lion and pausing at each turn to cast a disapproving glare at a big young man in whose sun-blistered face lurked something of the hardness of the granite wastes he had lately quitted.By ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE82 min
IN THE East Golding neighborhood where she lived she was called the "Bride" until her first baby came and then it hardly seemed a fitting title, but she was so dainty and be-friled and sweet, with her London clothes and her foolish little hats that were never made for the windy prairie, that the neighbors felt the need of some word that would be adequate.By NELLIE L. McCLUNG34 min
Isabella had Castilian blood in her veins, and that may have given her the idea which led to a most extraordinary Christmas experience. If you can imagine anything more remarkable than her ChristmasBy JULIET WILBOR TOMPKINS21 min
A PROFESSIONAL guide was conducting a group of tourists around Quebec city. "To your left," he cried, with a minimum of accuracy but a great show of bombast, "ramparts of the citadel; built by the Duke of Wellington at a cost of twenty-five million dollars!"By J. HERBERT HODGINS13 min
Question—I would like your opinion of insuring in a government annuity. I am a woman thirty-five years of age. I should like to invest enough to assure me an income Of fifty dollars per month as long as I live, after I reach the age of fifty-five.
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