June 15, 1926

THE PARIAH DOG

GLIMPSES OF THE SUN

ACHIEVEMENT

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THE PARIAH DOG

This is the second and concluding instalment of Norman Reilly Raine’s gripping story of adventure and intrigue on the Sudanese desert. We left Captain Elliott alone in the mad swirl of the sandstorm which followed the defeat of his column at Jebel Salmi. Here we find him striving desperately to salvage his honor from the wreckage of that disaster.
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GLIMPSES OF THE SUN

One dollar and his aunt’s old Bible: not a legacy that most men would welcome, and yet texts, a girl, and a reasonable amount of common sense, both masculine and feminine, worked wonders in the case of Richard Mason.
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ACHIEVEMENT

Marching with the crowd—not leading the van as one time he had imagined he would. Was that failure? Despite the heartiness of his brigadier classmate’s greeting, Harkness could not down that inner question — not until it was answered by those who had eyes to see.
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OUT OF THE OOZE

Which is the stronger, intelligence or brute force? As with most of us, that was merely an academic question with Thane until he had to stake life itself on an answer.
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NOBILITY OF THE LAND

It took an Alberta ranch and a coolly rebellious husband to convince Mrs. McGinnis, née Maggie, that your real blue-blooded aristocrat can be as human as a grocery clerk.
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On and Off With the Bronco Busters

Out in Calgary, Edmonton, New Westminster and other western Canadian cities they take their stampedes as seriously as the eastern fan takes his rugby or hockey. Each summer scores of thousands of spectators pay out good money to watch the unending battle for supremacy between cowboy bronco busters and the bucking broncos of the plains.
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Is Lacrosse What it Used to Be?

To the question which heads this article on Canada's national game Mr. Jacob answers an emphatic “Yes — even better than it used to be.” In his opinion the real handicap of lacrosse is the tradition-monger.
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BUTTER MONEY

When Annie Blair realized that her butter money was about to melt in the hands of an unwelcome visitor to Richvale, the end of what was planned to be a perfect day came with dramatic suddenness.
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Personalities Under Studio Lights

Readers of MacLean's who caught an intriguing glimpse of a portrait painter's varied experience through Mr. Forster's series of studio reminiscences, published last year, will welcome this further contribution from the famous Canadian artist. His insight into the character of his sitters is as penetrating as his comment is sparkling.
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Women and their Work

WARM DINNERS FOR HOT WEATHER EVENINGS

Here is a wide range of menus for warm dinners which may be prepared in the morning, thus relieving the housewife of exhausting summer afternoons spent in a hot kitchen.
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