IN all circumstances a philosopher ought to be composed; the dominie was a philosopher, yet a glanco would have told that he was deeply, painfully perturbed. He sat crouched over his desk, his chin on his hands, his face an epitome of acute distress.By JOHN A. STEUART23 min
THIS Parliament of ours suffered from the spring fever. Along through April it resembled nothing so much as that uncertain month itself. It had its splashes of sunshine and its fleeting clouds and through its general drowsiness you could always feel that there was warmer weather ahead.By J. K. MUNRO17 min
BOLSHEVISM has gripped Mexico. Superimposed on the disorder and terrorism which has been the lot of the peon for many years, it has created a condition there that can be described only as chaos. The lives and property of the foreign population, mostly American and Canadian, are jeopardized.By Agnes C. Laut15 min
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