AFAIRY city pricked agaitnst the night in myriads of twinkling lights; the of fountains; music from world-famoust orchestras and bands weaving stling in the soft summer darkness; firespangling in golden showers across the purple are of the roar of applause from ten thousand throats as the colorful pageantry of the grandstand spectacle unfolds.
All Canadians and a great many other people on this continent and abroad are familiar with the Canadian National Exhibition. Here is an intimate sketch of the mainspring of that great show—a figure without whom the fair would have gone on, perhaps, but not with the magnitude and tremendous winning spirit which it presents to-day.By ALAN MAURICE IRWIN15 min
Interest in track for girls is spriading rapidly across Canada. The Dominion has a team competing in England this month Baseball is also attracting feminine all over the country.By NORMAN REILLY RAINE13 min
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