February 1, 1925

SANCTUARY

Pokey and Her Flapper-Masher Bob

THE D’AVENANT MYSTERY

SANCTUARY 2021

SANCTUARY

In which Dick Harrington escapes from the clutches of mysterious marauders, and Eileen receives a visit from a pert feminine rival.
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Pokey and Her Flapper-Masher Bob

Peter's cunning little bride held off for a long time, but finally succumbed to the lure of the bob, but then—??!
THE D’AVENANT MYSTERY 1617

THE D’AVENANT MYSTERY

Another delightful “Quinney” story: was Lord D’Avenant— known in China as “Old Nick” —poisoned, or—?
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SCAFFOLDING

“He'd step on his grandmother's neck, to get a rung higher on the ladder of success." How often have you heard that said? This story shows whether ruthlessness in business pays.
The Song of Loo Foy 2627

The Song of Loo Foy

THE steam from Loo Foy’s Laundry found vent into the street through the half-open window beside which Loo Foy himself ironed quite happily. Everything he did was cheerfully executed, even when he was charged with mishandling clothes, to their detriment; when his quick, smiling nod found agreement with the owner’s warning, and his lips repeated like a glad refrain: “must be cahful!” housewives who firmly announced to their husbands their intention of making “that Chinaman pay for that hole in the tablecloth . . . why it’s perfectly ridiculous, my dear, I’m sure he skewers them together to wash them” —even they, in the face of such smiling submission, were content to threaten what would happen financially “next time.”
TOILERS UNDER THE SEA 1213

TOILERS UNDER THE SEA

No. 3: Miners at work and play.
Taking Short-Cuts to Success 1011

Taking Short-Cuts to Success

This was a specialty of H. C. Hocken, M.P., ex-printer's devil, but he counsels: “Don't waste time looking for short-cuts; they'll come when you re ready."
WHEN BLIND GUIDES LEAD 1213

WHEN BLIND GUIDES LEAD

Another human story of the prairies, by the noted author of “The Viking Heart.”
Bride Debates: Resolved, Rewards of Pioneering Make up for Privations 5657
Women and their Work

Bride Debates: Resolved, Rewards of Pioneering Make up for Privations

This is a vivid and frank human document, telling the story of an eastern bride who made good in the West, when she found herself a real asset to her community.
Ready for the Federal Fray 1819

Ready for the Federal Fray

"AH! I hear that shout again. Hear! Hear! What a life it was!” said Wilberforce when Lady Trevelyn, speechless with excitement, showed him Lord Lansdowne’s letter, offering her brother a seat in Parliament. Ah! that shout of Parliamentary battle.
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