UPON a house in Fifth Avenue there had converged, on an April evening, as strange a group of men and women as the world could well have shown: a bond salesman, a dealer in automobiles, a maker of artificial flowers, a young woman employed as a stenographer by the typewriting bureau of a great New York hotel! Mrs. Saxon J. Bossington knew much—and little—of her guests.By E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM66 min
A PERSON once said, “Life is but a series of adjustments.” I have proved that this is true. At present I feel that I have been adjusted all I want to be for a while. Do you remember the darkie, who, when told by his master to eliminate the eggs on his order replied, “I can’t, boss.By PRUTH HOPPER11 min
One link still remains with the romantic gold-rush days of two-thirds of a century ago—Charles Major, pioneer Cariboo whip, who still lives, hale and hearty, at New Westminster, B.C.By NOEL ROBINSON11 min
Henry Warren could not understand the younger generation. He feared his son and daughter were headed straight for perdition. This story shows how they acted in a great emergency.By ANNE HAWLEY WOOD22 min
Good nature and the ability to see the humorous side of things in dealing with the public seem characteristic of railroaders, according to the lively recollections of Alfred Price, formerly general manager of the C. P. R.By ALFRED PRICE8 min
FOR the guidance of investors and the public generally a large number of pamphlets and brochures is published periodically by large Canadian financial houses, banks and brokerage irms. These are distributed to the public free for the asking, and give advice regarding the making of wills, purchasing of bonds and stocks, etc.
To navigate Canadian organized labor through industrial seas requires a wise head and a strong hand on the helm. Such a man is Tom Moore, who has held the deck for nearly eight years.By NORMAN REILLY RAINE15 min
Canada honors this month an Insh-Canadian, who died “the most eloquent defender of British rule on the face of the globe.” Fifty-seven years ago this week Thornas D’Arcy McGee, M.P., fell, by an assassin s hand, in Ottawa.By M. GRATTAN O’LEARY13 min
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