All through the Summer and through the time when Nature dropped her glowing color box over the north woods Old Bill and the boys labored in preparation for the bitter Winter months—gaining in strength, confidence and wood-lore, and learning to love the forest.By ARTHUR HEMING29 min
The longing to soar, to let the cool wind blow through the soul and cleanse it of earthly things is not a prerogative of the young. There is more than a little knowledge of the psychology of the ageing, in this story.By MERRILL DENISON29 min
Is love an enemy to professional woman's intellectual career, or is it the creative flame which will make her life complete? Read in this story hy Mrs. Macbeth the solution found by Nadine Stair.By MADGE MACBETH21 min
One of the most bitter, swift-moving campaigns in the history of the world is being waged by the Canadian government against an enemy that threatenS to lay the entire country s tark and bare, under its terrible attacks.By NORMAN REILLY RAINE20 min
Sitting back from his easel to chat awhile, Mr. Forster, the famous Canadian portrait painter, presents in delightfully informal style a colorful cross-section of his life. With a strain of pungent humor, a broad and kindly philosophy and a gentle word for men s faults, the author, for the discerning reader, unwittingly has outlined a portrait of himself.By J. W. L. FORSTER16 min
Danger is not alone for those who go down to the sea in ships, for there is risk and to spare for the men who go down “under" the sea for ships that have been lost.By Genevieve Lipsett Skinner, Dorothy G. Bell13 min
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