I HOPE,” said the girl with a little laugh as Hicks ushered her into the living room, “I’ve come to the right place.” “So do I,” Kent Power replied—for she satisfied. She was tall and moved serenely; she had lovely eyes that saw through you without annoying you about it; she had a figure with just the ripeness of September apples—and the sort of skirts around which children could cling.By BENGE ATLEE32 min
I WAS quite worried the other day when my boy of twelve came home and announced that he had made twenty-two per cent in an intelligence test. Upon discussing the matter that evening with the bishop, whose daughter is in the same grade as my son, he informed me that there were many kinds of tests in use.By MacOIDTH6 min
CANADA enjoys a Christian civilization. For this reason, euthanasia the permitting of "mercy deaths," as the term is popularly understood stands little chance of being legalized, for several decades at least. Painless death, il deliberately inflicted, even upon sufferers from painful and incurable diseases, is abhorrent to our Christian consciences.By G. M. WEIR20 min
PRIDE IN the traditional resourcefulness of the Canadian West is strong in the city of Edmonton, which is why the boys on the editorial staff of the Edmonton Journal are being pretty arrogant these days about the performance of a subscriber who wished to have the newspaper print a piece about his sister’s wedding.
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