Through the great woods, by frozen stream, and across the trackless snow of open country, the three weary travelers journey. Danger increases with every step, but despite mental stress Old Bill finds time to read, in the magic wilderness book, tales of thrilling happenings in the nature world about them.By ARTHUR HEMING45 min
FOR upwards of an hour they had remained motionless; the English setter, its head glued to a beloved knee, and the third ugliest man in the City; both graven in the twilight filtering through the tall, oblong windows of the library. Ugly men, their spare time not being demanded by Society, usually grow rich.By LLEWELLYN V. HUGHES36 min
IT WAS the closing performance for the season, in New York, of the Metropolitan Opera Company. Most of its members were to leave that night on their spring tour of southern cities. The great opera house was packed with a fashionable audience, eager to do final tribute to its favorites, before parting with them for a whole summer.By JOHN NELSON29 min
There is no sporting writer in the Dominion better qualified to speak on this subject than Mr. Marsh, whose articles on sport are read and acknowledged as authoritative throughout the country, and whose knowledge of Canadian sport takes in practically every popular branch of professional sport as well as amateur athletics.By LOU E. MARSH28 min
Bonds that are strongest when slackened, the forbidden fruit which crumbles to ashes when plucked—such is the theme of this unusual piece of fiction—one of MacLean's “Canadian realism” series.By JOHN H. REGAN28 min
Margery was embarrassed, at first, because her fiance wore overalls instead of a "tux,” but there came a time when this became an asset rather than a liability. There was strong conflict between love and jealousy, but the verdict came suddenly — and satisfactorily.By ROYAL BROWN27 min
All of us build castles in the air, and live in a fairyland of fancy at times, and although we never expect their realization we enjoy the thoughts. But here is a story of a little Canadian girl who also longed and dreamed—and had the most beautiful and unattainable of her dreams come true.By NORMA PHILLIPS MUIR13 min
OBVIOUSLY it is not merely coincidence, as the Montreal Star points out, “that within a few days three men who play an influential part in the life of the Canadian people should have laid emphatic stress upon the urgent need for a more effective and more comprehensive policy in regard to immigration.”By J. HERBERT HODGINS10 min
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