The morning sun rises o’er Cape Breton Island with a touch of long ago. From Cape North to the Strait of Canso the whole country is still the Dominion of Bonnie Prince Charlie. The stranger on that coast finds a land of far away, breathing the air of old, forgotten story books.By ARTHUR HUNT CHUTE104 min
WHEN the squall took Katafa's canoe that night, sweeping Taiofa overboard, he was not drowned but the sea killed him all the same. The canoe driving north free of its anchor rope and towed by the fish left him far behind, and without a moment’s hesitation he struck due west, swimming for his life.By H. deVERE STACPOOLE49 min
MARGARET LENNOX drew aside the rosecoloured curtains and looked out on to the dull afternoon. No rose-coloured curtains could make such an afternoon beautiful or cheerful; the spring green in the square showed motionless as if petrified against a leaden sky; the air was chill and rain threatened; these heavy formless clouds seemed to have descended on the city like a pall enclosing everything in a breathless suffocating cold—an English spring.By MARJORIE BOWEN21 min
SOMETHING has actually happened at Ottawa. The budget has filed a delayed appearance. It is usually “brought down.” This year there is a suspicion that the House stood still and the budget drifted into it. Anyway it made its appearance late in the afternoon of a cold, raw Friday afternoon.By J. K. MUNRO16 min
She Has Splendid Opportunity for Sizing Up Girls Who Seek Positions in the Work-a-day World. She Differentiates Between the Girl More Interested in the Amount of Pay Than in the Job, and Girl Who Places Work FirstBy DOROTHY G. BELL12 min
"PROSPERITY is just around the corner," said a slogan of 1922. Emblazoned on a thousand sign-boards it struck a note of optimism in a world that was sick of hope deferred. To-day, however, though 1923 is scarcely half advanced, it seems that at last we have really turned the corner.By GILBERT E. JACKSON11 min
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