THE roses were pink and full blown, tied with luxurious silver ribbons. Jennifer regarded them with a small and perplexed frown. The frown, need it be said, was not for the roses, since who would frown upon roses in June, but for the name scrawled across the card.By BEATRICE REDPATH28 min
IN YOUR issue of September 15, J. K. MacKenzie, under the arresting title, ‘The Crime of Wheat Growing’ has undertaken to espouse the cause of the wheat grower in Western Canada in open opposition to those who are or have been favorable to other forms of agriculture.
THE average Canadian citizen is more or less familiar with that type of security designated as a first mortgage on real estate. If he is a property owner the chances are a hundred to one that he is struggling to meet interest and principal payments as they fall due at regular intervals.By A. W. BLUE8 min
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