CONCLUSION AT ELEVEN-FORTY-FIVE. Mr. Bishop. coming out of Mussoni’s with a baffled expression, collided with Colonel Pluckett, who was just entering. "Good morning, sir. Sorry!" "Not at all my fault. Good morning. Bishop.” "lf you came in about that film, I wouldn't bother about it, sir.”By ALAN SULLIVAN22 min
THAT’S SAVARD, all right!” Siegfried Victor, director on location for Amalgamated Pictures, handed the binoculars, through which he had been watching the approach of the distant canoe, to “Curly” Cromwell, the leading man. “And it’s about time!” continued the director.By GEORGE MARSH22 min
IT IS indeed, a terrible thing to be carrying a load on one’s conscience, and all the more terrible because it is something I am not accustomed to do. How I will ever manage to face the world, and more especially the keen blue eyes of my fiancée. Miss Mary Simmons, if the facts become known, is more than I care to think about.By FRANK MANN HARRIS22 min
THE HAVOC wrought by the devastating shrinkage in security values since 1929 has led to insistent demands that every possible precaution be taken to prevent the recurrence of controllable events which contributed to the catastrophe. Ever since joint stock companies were created to combine the investments of many people in a common enterprise, the dangers which accompany the advantages of this method of raising capital for the operation of business have been recognized, and one of the greatest problems of governments after each succeeding economic storm has been the necessity of devising laws which would restore public confidence by providing adequate safeguards to investors.By GEORGE A. DREW, K.C.21 min
FOR ONE brief moment Harp Harrigan felt the ice-pack crush his soul, as it might soon crush the ship under him. But that was only a momentary descent into the dark places where the stoutest heart must sometimes go. Harp's soul was not a thing that could lie crushed.By BERTRAND W. SINCLAIR19 min
Editor’s Note:—Intensification of the nine-year effort to secure a retrial of Aemilius Jarvis has again focused public attention on a man whose assertion that he has been the victim of a miscarriage of justice is believed and supported by scores of prominent citizens.By E. C. DRURY17 min
CONSTABLE STALLWORTHY found that even the movement of a man who could be seen bailing out a boat across the Klondike River was a relief from the four-in-the-morning stupor of half-deserted Dawson. The man, active as a water spider, evidently was in haste to cross.By VERNON LA CHANCE17 min
A CROSS the street from Ah Ling’s humble laundry was the office of the Lodestone Trucking Company, resplendent in its fresh coat of red paint with green trimmings. An ornate sign above the door told the world that John Pucket was the owner and general manager.By H. Glynn-Ward, P. W. Luce17 min
YOU want a new opinion of £he way convicts view Christianity as exemplified in prison, stand outside the high walls of Kingston Penitentiary on Christmas Eve and listen to 900 convicts shriek their malice. Leave your Christmas presents, your roast turkey, your children’s stockings.By AUSTIN CAMPBELL14 min
THE RESULT of the Ontario Motor League referendum on the speed limit as tabulated up to the last meeting of the Board of Directors, reveals that only 7.37 per cent of the members cast ballots in favor of the continuation of the present statutory speed limit in the country, and only 17.24 per cent indicated that they are content with the statutory speed limit for cities, towns and villages.By WARREN B. HASTINGS13 min
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