June 1, 1926

THE PARIAH DOG 23

THE PARIAH DOG

The color of the East, the mystery of the desert, a desperate battle among sand dunes, love, hate, and intrigue under the torrid heat of a Sudanese sky — all these are woven into this tale of heroic adventure.
Salesman! What Is Your Best Sale? We’ll Pay to Know 1213

Salesman! What Is Your Best Sale? We’ll Pay to Know

I’ve heard you in the Pullman smoker relate how you got So-and-So to put his name on the dotted line. Always there is one sale which stands out from the others, one of which you are most proud. It may not have brought you the largest commission, but maybe it meant the winning of a customer’s confidence.
TIES THAT BLIND 1415

TIES THAT BLIND

The story of a man who discovered that loafing is not living and of a woman who learned that the measure of a man is his achievement.
"The English ah, the English!" 1819

"The English ah, the English!"

Pokey finds that trying to take a fall out of London town is an exercise which is the reverse of restful.
THE ROSE-COLORED CHAIR 2021

THE ROSE-COLORED CHAIR

Little did Sam Baxter realize what was in store for Ann and himself when he upset the lamp on their precious, auction-lot chair.
You Know What Husbands Are 89

You Know What Husbands Are

A little scandalous gossip, especially if husbands are the topic, does put a little kick in the Pekoe. Occasionally it has other results not quite so pleasant.
WHAT AILS THE MARITIMES? 67

WHAT AILS THE MARITIMES?

Of recent years there has been unmistakable indication that the people of the Maritime Provinces are genuinely disturbed about their status in the Canadian Confederation. As a result, “What Ails the Maritimes?” has been a frequent question on the lips of other Canadians. The desire of a Maritimer to answer that question inspired this article.
Patrolling the Top of the World 1617

Patrolling the Top of the World

How does it feel to live on the top of the world? What does it cost in human endurance to maintain Canada's dominion northward toward the Pole? Read this article by one who has lived where others explore and you will thrill to the revelation of how Canadians have conquered and are still conquering the Arctic.
THE MATING OF SEBASTIAN 1011

THE MATING OF SEBASTIAN

Child of the river and its master, Sebastian knew neither fear nor hesitation when foam, and, are en water called.
Dunning Dares to Take a Chance 1617

Dunning Dares to Take a Chance

When the doctor told him that he would have to stop working, young Charles Dunning tackled a pioneer s job on a Western Canadian farm. When his farmer boss told him he wasn't strong enough to earn ten dollars a month, he took up his own quarter section and did so well that in twenty years he was premier of his province. Now they're wondering what he is going to do at Ottawa.
COURIERS OF COMMERCE 1213

COURIERS OF COMMERCE

IT WAS a pitch black night off the Queen Charlotte Islands. A tiny coasting vessel carefully edged her way toward a boom of logs which served as a landing stage. Bathed in her searchlight stood a Japanese fisherman, his bare toes clinging to the wet and slippery timbers, in his hand a flickering lantern.
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