In this, the second and concluding instalment of his serial, Mr. Roberts tells how Robert Bye, flying fire ranger, came to Lost Valley, how its guardian nymph received him and what she said after the flaming skies were no longer a menace.By LLOYD ROBERTS49 min
THE Chevalier de Brouillan, Governor of Port Royal, paced to and fro across his library floor. The great leonine head was bent, the strong face harassed with bitter lines. “Name of a Name!” he cried, pausing before the window to gaze out on the broad expanse of harbor and the rolling marshes beyond, “Is this New France not worth more than the wages of intrigue? My hands are tied—and here is an empire for the taking.By BENGE ATLEE32 min
Between the pompous outgoing of an expedition of picked men which sought to conquer Antarctic wastes and the return of the lone survivor of a bitter defeat, there lies a story that explains why man marvels at man.By CHARLES SAXBY29 min
“If you only knew how to run this house efficiently. . . .": thus Henry. “I'll run the mill; you run the house and be as efficient as you like”: thus Elizabeth. What happened makes a story that will hit home on both sides of the family.By ROBERT McBLAIR28 min
The taxpayers of Canada are maintaining a fleet of merchant ships. In Parliament, on the hustings, in the press, this fleet, the Canadian Mercantile Marine, has been the subject of much criticism. What does the taxpayer know about his ships?By NORMAN REILLY RAINE18 min
Without the weather as a conversational fillip, nine-tenths of modern social life would be in dumb show. The Canadian Weather Man is the most talked about and least understood of all Dominion institutions. This is his story.By JAMES A. COWAN18 min
Five years ago the writer of this article could not understand a word of English. He mastered the tongue while mastering cold, hunger and hardship. What did Canada do for him to warrant his allegiance? As a new Canadian he tells us.By HOLGER WESTERGAARD18 min
In England, afternoon tea is at once a diversion and a rite. There was a time when Canadians found elements of humor in the custom but, of late, even Canadians have succumbed to its lure. Here are a few hints that explain some of the outstanding reasons for the popularity of the afternoon tea in the Old Country.By BEATRICE M . HAY SHAW11 min
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