April 1, 1907

ENERTAINING SHORT STORIES

Silverhorns

TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION

Nearest the North Pole

ENERTAINING SHORT STORIES

The Youngster

Silverhorns 112113
ENERTAINING SHORT STORIES

Silverhorns

A hunting expedition which resulted in the capture of the coveted game in rather a novel way.
Nearest the North Pole 8081
TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION

Nearest the North Pole

ON the 16th of July, 1905, the steamer Roosevelt, owned by the Peary Arctic Club, left. New York harbor for her northern voyage. This ship, built by the club (the contract signed and guaranteed by Mr. Jesup, president of the club, a year previously, before the subscriptions to the club were sufficient to pay for her), is the first American ship built for Arctic exploration.
The Youngster 100101
ENERTAINING SHORT STORIES

The Youngster

HE was twenty-two years of age, with a face as smooth as a baby’s and a mind drilled from infancy in the principles and duties of a high religious life. He dropped into Goldfield for recreation after a hard year in college, and when he arrived he didn’t have as much courage as an ore-wagon mule.
Edmonton: The World’s Greatest Fur-Mart 106107
TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION

Edmonton: The World’s Greatest Fur-Mart

ISN’T it Theophile Gautier who says that the only differences between country and country lie in the slang and the uniform of the police? This dictum would scarcely hold regarding Edmonton in the Canadian Northland, the world’s greatest fur-mart.
Cobalt, the Goblin of the North 5859
TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION

Cobalt, the Goblin of the North

COBALT is from the German Kobold, a goblin of the mines, an evil spirit who in reality spread his malign influence by the insidious agency of the arsenical dust which crept into the lungs of the mine-workers, who broke the ores which were impregnated with arsenic.
The Policy Plus The Manager 3031
BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY

The Policy Plus The Manager

How modern business methods downed old time prejudice and turned a deficit into a dividend.
The Blight on the Easter Lilies 9293

The Blight on the Easter Lilies

IN John Bunyan's famous allegory the Interpreter led Pilgrim into a room where he saw water pouring on a fire, and yet the fire was not put out. Then the Interpreter led him to the other side where someone was pouring oil that continually fed the flames; and then he understood.
Working-Men’s Gardens in France 1617
ARTICLES FOR THE WORKERS

Working-Men’s Gardens in France

"THE great value of my littie garden to me has been the fine vegetables it has yielded all Summer, and the good time the children have had in the open air, but the glasses of beer and absinthe my husband hasn’t taken,” observed the mother of a French workingman’s rather numerous family to an investigator last Autumn.
Canada’s Most Successful Business Man 1011

Canada’s Most Successful Business Man

LIFE is a sequence—the logical, Mafar-seeing mind is a cumulative consequence. Men who are wise at forty were not idle at twenty.” This statement applies to Mr. George Washington Stephens, M.P.P.; new president of the Montreal Harbor Commission; a capable, prominent and influential owner of property, running into millions; director and head of several strong manufacturing and financial corporations, and yet on the sunny side of forty, clear-headed, simple-living, hard working and possessed, as he ever has from childhood, that intoxicating thing — thinking on his feet.
The Perils of The Republic 2223
POLITICAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS

The Perils of The Republic

IN the American Republic high hopes for humanity, as we all know, are embarked. To its struggles and vicissitudes the eyes of all of us, but especially those of its neighbors and partners on this continent, are turned. It has just been the scene of a notable uprising of the moral force against evil, especially commercial, but also municipal, and o some extent general.
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