July 1, 1925

The Living Forest

PANDOLFO

THE DEMAGOGUE

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The Living Forest

THERE was I, struggling for my life in the middle of the half-mile wide river. Now even if I did reach shore, how could I live? How could I get food? My gun and axe were gone. Besides, no white man, Indian or Eskimo lived in all that country, and I was more than seven hundred miles from the nearest railroad.
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PANDOLFO

PAULA, speechless from indignation, dressed for her engagement dinner. Her indignation was directed against Lady Demeter’s blatant hostility; her speechlessness was accounted for by the dismal consciousness, that in some specious way, Clara had right on her side.
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THE DEMAGOGUE

One of the greatest tests of the true sportsman is that of team-work. A man who is big enough to subordinate his own brilliance to the limitations of his mates is a sportsman.
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SEVEN DAYS

A good salesman, like a good soldier, makes himself master of circumstance, and never knows when he is defeated. Samuel Guppy was a simple soul, and the cards were stacked against him. Did he lie down? He did not. If you want to see a real salesman in action read this story.
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The Quota Crashers

This is fiction, of course, but it might well he fact. P. W. Luce knows the country he describes like the palm of his hand. If hy invent stories, says he, when the raw material is right at your door?
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Women and their Work

CAMPING OUT FOR THIRTY-FIVE CENTS A DAY

To Draw From Nature Its Fullest Measure of Health and Beauty One Must Go Out To It, Meet It, Live With It, and Be Soothed To Sleep by Running Waters, Beneath the Pines and the Stars, Getting Back to Nature for the Business Girl Need Not Be An Expensive Procedure, As the Accompanying Article Will Show.
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Bleached Bones On An Arctic Beach

Wrangel Island, for which brave men died to hold for Canada, has witnessed many a grim drama played with everlasting ice as a stage and a curtain of blinding snow, but the Arctic has never known more of tragic mystery than the fate of the Party of which this absorbing article tells.
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The Farm Boy Triumphs Again

Why is it that, despite the stock jest that the rural dweller has become in story and on the stage, some of the biggest men in the economic life of the Dominion spent their early lives upon a farm? The reason of this is readily appreciated after reading Mr. Hodgins’ vivid and interesting account of the life and training of J. H. Fortier.
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Bird Aces of the Canadian Air Force

To those familiar with the Canadian Air Force station at Jericho near Vancouver, the names and exploits of the late Major McLaurin, Major Godfry, Lieuts. McLeod and Duncan and Corporal Dickie are well known. Not so generally recognized are the dogged grit, and faithful endurance of their feathered comrades, the carrier pigeons.
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Art and Decoration for Town and Country Homes

Art and Decoration for Town and Country Homes

Charming Canadian Homes: No. 3, A Mansion in Ten Rooms
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