Does it pay to be ethical in business to-day? John Milton Layers, millionaire manufacturer, comes to realize that war leaves inner as well as outer scars—and glimpses his own soul.By ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE40 min
Discussing the author of The Living Forest recently, Charles G. D. Roberts remarked that Arthur Heming is making Canadian literary history. He heartily will be endorsed by those who have followed this tremendous story.By ARTHUR HEMING30 min
If Pokey doesn't trip over the portals of Heaven when about to enter, Peter most likely would refuse to enter, on the ground that there’s a trick in it somewhere. But can you blame him?By NORMA PHILLIPS MUIR25 min
A keen observer of Canadian life and affairs, and for more than thirty years a cartoonist whose work has indicated the trend of public thought, A. G. Racey, the Canadian whose work is known throughout the world, looks at life’s frailties and blessings with an understanding smile.By NORMAN REILLY RAINE23 min
"AND I can tell you,” boomed the deep voice of Bill Farnham, their bachelor neighbor, “that this early snowfall is going to put a lot of good moisture into the ground. Don’t you worry, Lynn, you’ll be sure of a good crop—next year.” Lynn Harding shook his head dejectedly. “I’m beginning to grow pessimistic,” he said slowly.By KATHLEEN REDMAN STRANGE21 min
MY FIRST article sketched a few men of affairs as the artist sees them. The second had a group of Canadian statesmen under this sympathetic light. In this chapter are gathered a cluster of signal names from fields apart, emblazoned on a scroll of welldeserved renown.By J. W. L. FORSTER19 min
From the turmoil and strife of an Asia seething with hatred of the foreign devil comes one clear note of hope for restoration of amity. That note is interpreted by Mr. Nelson, who speaks with special authority, for he was a Canadian delegate to the meeting of the Institute of Pacific Relations held in Honolulu during the summer.By JOHN NELSON13 min
Sturdy common sense and New England instinct for frugality needed in next Dominion government. Reduction of taxes must have “right of way” here, as in United States. This is the only hope of national deliverance.By JOHN NELSON12 min
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