HAVEN’T you always suspected that Mistress Mary must have had a frightful time persuading her garden to grow those silver bells and cockleshells and pretty maids all in a row which eventually attracted so much attention? If she had any publicity sense, Mistress Mary probably enjoyed herself hugely after she became the subject of a lyricist and found a market for her wares.By LILLIAN LAUFERTY31 min
THIS serial has been illustrated by two eminent artists-Dudley Gloyne Summers and G. J. McCarthy. Each is an old favorite with MacLean's readers. Which illustrator's work more nearly conforms to your conceptions of the characters and situations in the story? This serial will be completed in four instalments.
Question—In a few months I shall have $1,000, which I wish to put into some safe investment. Up to the present all my small savings have been put into Government bonds and I would like to do something different with this. Some, of my friends have spoken of Royal Bank, Bank of Montreal, C.P.R. and Maritime Telegraph and Telephone stock.
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