August 1, 1914

A REVIEW OF REVIEWS

Spanish Gold

Twisting Trails: A Story of the North

Adventures of Madelyn Mack: Detective 1617

Adventures of Madelyn Mack: Detective

2—The Missing Bridegroom
Spanish Gold 9697
A REVIEW OF REVIEWS

Spanish Gold

The Story of a Search for Treasure on the Coast of Ireland and the Amusing Situations which Arose
Twisting Trails: A Story of the North 1011

Twisting Trails: A Story of the North

MRS. LAWRENCE HEATLEY blamed her own plainness of feature for her husband’s interest in pretty girls. And, because she was remarkably generous, broad-minded, and liked pretty girls herself, she generally managed to have some about her.
The Things That Count 2223

The Things That Count

BISHOP WIDDIFIELD and Judge Gair were dining together at the “Wanderers.” It was their weekly custom. Over them bent Peters, the chief steward, in whose immaculate and deferential person was embodied the happy compromise of service and dignity.
The Orange Death: 3637

The Orange Death:

"I KNOW within half a mile where the mine is." The speaker was a heavy set man about thirty years of age. One could tell at a glance that he was a member of the legion who earned their living by working close to nature. His blue serge clothes hung oddly on his form and he stood on his feet as if the new gaudy shoes he wore were several sizes too small for him.
National Affairs: The Men Around the White Plume : 67

National Affairs: The Men Around the White Plume :

"THERE is no gambling,” quoth Disraeli, in one of his cynical outbreaks, “like politics.” Less than three years ago a decimated, disheveled and disheartened remnant of Canadian Liberalism nervously crawled out of the cyclone cellar after a disastrous electoral hurricane.
The Seizure of Dr. Sun Yat Sen 1415

The Seizure of Dr. Sun Yat Sen

IN the year 1896 I wrote:—“Li Hung Chang, the aged Premier of China. had a more significant purpose in visiting Europe and America than pleasure-seeking. A great revolution is imminent in the wonderful empire of which he was so remarkable an ambassador.
Concentration—The Real Secret of Success 4041

Concentration—The Real Secret of Success

"MY friends laugh at me because I have one idea,” said a learned American chemist, “but I have discovered that if I ever expect to make a breach in the wall, I must play my guns continuously upon one point. “This one thing I know—electricity— this has been Edison’s life motto.
Pat Burns, Cattle King: 2829

Pat Burns, Cattle King:

THE Canadian West has cradled many interesting personalities, but as yet has had small chance to produce national celebrities. If one counts out the few outstanding public men like the four Western premiers and the half dozen Federal ministers, past and present, there are not many individuals left whose names are known throughout the length and breadth of Canada.
Modern Man’s Latest Problem: Housing the Car 3435

Modern Man’s Latest Problem: Housing the Car

"THAT man has not lived who has not built a house, written a book or fathered a son.” So said some sage of those legendary ante-motor days, those days lost in misty antiquity and hoary time, before a gasoline maddened public had answered the siren call of “Get Out and Get Under.’
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