Like a blank and insurmountable wall was the mystery of the Clements robbery. Its smooth, cold surface offered no foothold for the most agile mental scaler until Duff, the private detective who looked like what he used to be, turned his uncanny skill to the job.By HARVEY J. O’HIGGINS54 min
Constantly Canadians are learning, always to their surprise, that their fellow-countrymen have been the originators of inventions and ideas that the world has been glad to copy. Here is another—the first port nursery in the world, born in Saint John, N.B.By INA WINIFRED COLWELL8 min
THE Canadian dollar has scored another triumph,” is the enthusiastic and not unnatural reaction of the Brantford Expositor to the announcement of a fresh inflow of New York gold into Canada. The Expositor thus reflects the popular mind.By J. HERBERT HODGINS6 min
The slender golden crescent of the Metropolitan Opera footlights; a moment of silence—then a voice flowing out liquid and sweet; gripping hearts in emotion too deep for words. This is the story of a Canadian mezzo-soprano who had the courage and genius to win the world's plaudits.By DOROTHY G. BELL30 min
DESPITE the fact that a wellknown bard once raised the query: "What s in a name?” and, in answering it, implied that a rose by any other name would have just as attractive an aroma, there is 'cry definite reason to think that there is more to this subject than meets the eye.
While the stalwarts of the gridiron are making the dirt fly and committing legalized assault and battery upon one another, here is a chance to get a line on some of the old-timers of football history, and to check them up against the star performers of to-day. And you fans can take Mr. Good's word for it.By CHARLES H. GOOD19 min
Once again Miss Seymour wanders in her old-time garden of memories, and plucks for us vivid little blooms, of dainty crinolined ladies, gallant and dashing soldiers and gentlemen, and those sturdy figures of our Dominion s youth, who built their country’s house upon a rock.By JANE SEYMOUR14 min
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