Sanctuary has proven a most popular serial — the best for years. It is now drawing to a breathless, spectacular finish, and will conclude in the March issue. A novel of diplomatic intrigue, by E. Phillips Oppenheim, starts March 15.By R. E. BREACH73 min
Some husbands and wives start out in life to save every penny. Others say: ‘‘What's the use?” This modern short story may seem un-moral, but read between the lines and see which one is really the liver business man.By RUPERT HUGHES34 min
A goal net was first introduced into hockey about twenty-five years ago, by “Charlie” Good. A number of disputes having arisen over scores as a result of the puck shooting through the goal and rebounding onto the ice, he bought a tennis net, had a hole bored and a post set behind the middle of the goal, and the net stretched across so that it formed a triangular pocket. It was a crude affair compared with the present arrangement, but it served the purpose and blazed the trail.By CHARLES H. GOOD19 min
WHEAT is the financial foundation of Western Canada. Let wheat fail, and not enough wealth would be produced in that vast stretch of country to pay for the seed that would be required the following spring. Nowhere on the American continent or perhaps in the entire world is there a larger area, so homogeneous from a business point of view.By JOHN BANKER McCONICA11 min
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