Marooned on a narrow edge of rock, with the dizzy depths beneath him and unscalable rocks above, Harrington comes to himself— From there the story moves to a swift and dramatic climax.By R. E. BREACH56 min
Many events of the Great War we still want to forget. But there are certain of the more humorous happenings which will bring not unwelcome memories to every veteran. So, read Mr. Upson s yarn.By WILLIAM HAZLETT UPSON28 min
AMIDST the oratory, manifestos, statistics and propaganda that have thronged through the first three weeks of the session, a number of clear facts can be definitely located. They are: 1. The Ministry has not yet decided whether the election shall come this spring, this autumn, or next year.By M. GRATTAN O’LEARY11 min
THE other day a Montreal man of business prominence sat in his office and seriously contemplated Canada’s annexation by the United States. Fourteen years ago, the same man used bitter invective in an effective drive against Reciprocity.By HUBERT HOPE11 min
WHETHER or not the Government wills, it begins to look as if the present parliament would be turned into a grist mill for the business man’s problems. The Government may have had other legislative plans in prospect, but the first month of the current session at Ottawa has demonstrated clearly that Mr. Business Man is looking definitely to Premier King’s administration to bring forward specific correctives for the country’s economic ills.By J. HERBERT HODGINS10 min
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