June 1, 1916

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The Anatomy of Love

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Behind the Bolted Door?

BUSINESS ARTICLES

Canadian Enterprise in the Tropics

The Anatomy of Love 47
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The Anatomy of Love

THE WALLS OF LABOR
Behind the Bolted Door? 1617
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Behind the Bolted Door?

"MR. WILLINGS?” “He’s in our Settlement. And he called here to see Mrs. Fisher just before you, this afternoon. He came back while you were here. You must have seen him—the young man with the big glasses?” “Oh—oh, yes. Now we know. But the police holding him?
Canadian Enterprise in the Tropics 1011
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Canadian Enterprise in the Tropics

EVER since the people of Canada placed themselves determinedly behind the Intercolonial and Canadian Pacific Railway projects and in face of mighty obstacles, financial and physical, succeeded in driving a continuous steel line of track nearly four thousand miles in length across an unpeopled continent, Canadian enterprise has been a force to be reckoned with.
Eavesdropping on War 3435
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Eavesdropping on War

PICKING Europe over for war news with which to tempt the jaded appetite of the American newspaper reader has probably broken the pride of more good newspapermen than the ablest and most zealous city editor that ever graced an anathema. Try to stethoscope the chest of France— that ScotlandYarded, barricaded and double-sentried “Zone of the Armies” — for sounds of victory or defeat inside, and you will understand why this is so Get yourself appointed official correspondent for something or other inside the “zone” and you will marvel that the world happens to know anything of the war at all.
Under the Blue Ensign 3637
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Under the Blue Ensign

THERE were changes in the collier Lily Hall of Halifax. The black diamond had been stripped from her funnel, to indicate that her charter to the Dominion Coal Company had been cancelled, though the two red bands, which were painted on, remained.
The Frost Girl 2425

The Frost Girl

A Story of the Canadian North
The Romance of Cobalt 2829
CANADIAN FEATURE ARTICLES

The Romance of Cobalt

The Past, Present and Future of the Silver Camps
Give America the Whole Truth 2223
CANADIAN FEATURE ARTICLES

Give America the Whole Truth

And Cement Sympathy With Britain
Number Thirty-Six and J. Wilson 3031
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Number Thirty-Six and J. Wilson

THE orderly’s razor, stumbling uncertainly across Wilson’s face, slipped suddenly and clipped a neat piece from his ear. “Oh, get out!” said Wilson bitterly; and took the razor in his own hand. Ten minutes later Miss Thompson, the daynurse, happening in, discovered her patient shaving painfully and indignantly with the assistance of a mirror on the opposite side of the room.
Canada’s Resources Are Telling in Business 9899
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Canada’s Resources Are Telling in Business

SOMEONE who read this column last month asked me a few days ago if I still considered conditions were as sound as at the time the article referred to was written. Certainly. If anything, the position of Canada, although her expenditures on war account are increasing, is stronger.
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