CANADA’S CHAMPION POSITION-REFUSER MAY BE ONTARIO’S NEXT PREMIER—A SKETCH OF HIS CAREER—BORROWED $200 TO GET MARRIED—LOST DEPOSIT IN FIRST POLITICAL CONTEST—WON CABINET HONORS RAPIDLY—FINE ADMINISTRATIVE RECORD—HAS DECLINED BIG OFFERSBy W. A. Craick22 min
THE Royal English Regiment of Infantry had been advancing into the Boer country for four weeks, and during these weeks of long, hard, but necessary toil, they had received no mail, except the most important letters sent from post to post by special carriers.By Heber Logan13 min
WHEN I asked Lucy Frey to spend the summer with me in Colorado, I made two conditions. “First,” I began impressively, “you must agree to put yourself, your wardrobe, and your mind unreservedly in my hands. Second, you are to forget absolutely that you ever saw a school-room, much less taught in one, and must become to all intents and purposes my twenty-year-old daughter, who never went to college or had a serious thought in her head.By Emily Newell Blair12 min
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