June 1, 1912

The Smoke Bellew Series 4647

The Smoke Bellew Series

THE RACE FOR NUMBER ONE
The Effect of the Panama Canal on Canadian Commerce 2021

The Effect of the Panama Canal on Canadian Commerce

FAVORED BY ADVANTAGEOUS STRATEGIC POSITION, WESTERN CANADA WILL BE IN LINE WITH NEW HIGHWAYS OF WORLD TRAFFIC AND WILL PROFIT LARGELY BY EXPANSION OF COMMERCE RESULTANT ON SHORTER ROUTES AND WIDER MARKETS
The Planning of Boomville 6667

The Planning of Boomville

HOW AN ENLIGHTENED MAYOR OF A CANADIAN TOWN SAVED MONEY FOR POSTERITY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN IDEAL CITY
The Balance of Power 8889

The Balance of Power

JOE MATSON was not popular with his neighbors. He had had trouble with all of them every year for years. If Sam Peters’ hogs found a defective panel of fence and foraged over in Matson’s meadow, Matson promptly penned them up and demanded damages.
Big Business in Sport 8485

Big Business in Sport

THE MANNER IN WHICH HIGH FINANCE DOMINATES CANADIAN LACROSSE, EXEMPLIFIED IN THE STORY OF THE “BIG FOUR”
Across Newfoundland 3031

Across Newfoundland

BROAD GAUGE SENSATIONS ON A NARROW GAUGE RAILWAY — AN IDEAL OUTING FOR THE SUMMER TOURIST
Mandell the Jew 7879

Mandell the Jew

Mr. Z. Murray, portly, red-faced, dressed in the height of fashion, foppishly in fact, flaunting a diamond scarf pin, diamond rings on two fingers and a massive and overly ornate fob, sat opposite Louis Mandell in the latter’s private office.
Dr. Marden’s Inspirational Talks 100101

Dr. Marden’s Inspirational Talks

I.—THE PERSISTENCY THAT NEVER GIVES UP II.—WHAT KIND OF IMPRESSION DO YOU MAKE? III.—THE PAIN OF SUCCESS
Canadians In Aviation 4243

Canadians In Aviation

OTHER NATIONS MAY SUPPLY AIRSHIPS, BUT CANADA IS NOT BEHIND IN FURNISHING DARING MEN TO OPERATE THEM
The Girl and the Graft 2627

The Girl and the Graft

THE other day I ran across my old friend Ferguson Pogue. Pogue is a conscientious grafter of the highest type. His headquarters is the Western Hemisphere, and his line of business is anything from speculating in town lots on the Great Staked Plains to selling wooden toys in Connecticut, made by hydraulic pressure from nutmegs ground to a pulp.
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