ACHILL wind was still dwindling out of the brusque north, but the mounting sun was already retouching with life those nooks and niches and corners facing the amorous south. In the lee of the little white lime kiln, which overlooked the lake, a depressed looking black ant was stretching its cramped limbs preparatory to a season of industry.By EARLE ROBSON28 min
Question—In 1914. I purchased, shares in Carriage Factories. As I have had no dividend since 1915 I am wondering if you can give me some information regarding this company.—B. W., Kingston. Answer—The earning power of Carriage Factories has been greatly diminished.
TO MOST men, at least, pie dates back but one generation and all pastry is judged by the kind that “Mother used to make.” Mother’s record is undoubtedly hard to beat, but in all probability her pies were made when butter was twelve cents a pound or perhaps supplied gratis from the family dairy and when lard was unheard of for pastry purposes.By DOROTHY GRAHAM5 min
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