PANDOLFO passed his hand over his crisp auburn hair. "I a dore to see you like that, Paula. You remind me more than ever of the Paola Malatesta who married the great Pandolfo of Rimini. But, pardon me, if I say so—you are beating the air. There has been no question of remission of interest between Mr. Veresy and myself. I assure you."By WILLIAM J. LOCKE40 min
Reading this instalment of Mr. Heming’s story is like getting away from everyday affairs and sharing, with Old Bill the Hunter and the boys, their life in the deep, cool shadows of the north woods.By ARTHUR HEMING39 min
When Signor Albatrossi, the famous magician, performed the greatest disappearing trick in the history of vaudeville he mystified himself more than his audience, and created a tragic knot that only the genius of Tench Story, the eccentric little cobbler detective, could untangle.By LLEWELLYN HUGHES30 min
A trip to the country, a mother-in-law, a home-made circus and a few other odds and ends of a peaceful, bucolic life unite to provide a “restful” holiday for Peter, Pokey and the “Bits.” If there is trouble abroad that Pokey cannot tumble into it is because she hasn’t yet climbed out of the last lot.By NORMA PHILLIPS MUIR24 min
If any doubt the ability of Canadians to handle the biggest positions with which this country can confront them, read this inspiring story of Beatty, the dynamic footballplaying president of the C.P.R., and holder of one of the biggest commercial jobs in the British Empire.By JOHN NELSON19 min
Most vivid is this story of Rasmussen's hazardous three-year journey across the farthest northern rim of Canada, while making the North-West Passage overland, and the reactions of his Eskimos to their first experience of modern civilization.By D . M . LE BOURDAIS11 min
Why don’t you jettison your cargo of cares and beat your husband in the race back to youth? Better still, why not keep youth in your heart, and you’ll be there, while he’s puffing down the road!By NINA M. LANGFORD11 min
Tennis has emerged from the “sissy” class. It is universally recognized as a regular “he man's” game. More than a score of nations are playing this year for the blue ribbon of international tennis trophies, the Davis Cup. Read of the thrills and spills!By CAPT. R. INNES-TAYLOR11 min
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