ARAT with the stregth of a lion would still be-a rat. But, proverbially, a cornered rat will fight. And if,when cornered, he has a lion’s strength —well, in that case, it might be wise to look out for him. Perry Gabriel was a cornered rat, plus a lion’s strength; and this plus included his inherited wealth, his social connections and certain important business affiliations.By MRS. WILSON WOODROW42 min
AN INTERESTING development of our great farming industry is forecast by Professor C. L. Gray formerly professor of Economics in Saskatchewan University, in an address before the Institute of Politics at Williams College, Massachusetts.
Question—Miss D., Toronto: You had an article on rug-making and spoke of the possibility of making at least the rugs one needed in the home, and the third illustration you gave looked like a beauty. The other two did not appeal to me at all, partly because I have had to live with them, and they are horrid, ugly things, such as those done by the New Brunswick ladies and shown at the exhibition last fall.By EDWINA SETON8 min
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