Tell-tale columns of smoke rising from the forest, the downward swoop of a birdman and Robert Dye is at grips with flame, rascally intrigue, and suspicion against an untamed nymph of the woods.By LLOYD ROBERTS43 min
The war played many queer tricks, but none, perhaps, so cruel as to those from whom it took a normal mental life. This is a story of long, dark years, bitten through by a single shaft of dazzling light.By NORMAN REILLY RAINE32 min
Wandering Spirit raised his rifle. The screeching horde of maddened Indians closed about the thin scarlet and gold line. Had Sergeant-Major Kirk blinked in the presence of death, hideous tragedy would have followed. But amazing coolness saved the day.By WILLIAM BLEASDELL CAMERON23 min
To Slade, it was as if the sun of life itself had been obliterated when the relentless south wind snatched from him the promise of a paradise on Vauhine. But, that was before he learned to understand that devotion with which your true man—white or brown—serves a friend.By H. DE VERE STACPOOLE20 min
Being the story of a woman who escaped from the daily round of domestic care only to find that the road to happiness led back whence she would escape. FLEUR ANGE remembered that her too pretty name was supposed to have come from a cookery book an old, aristocratic cookery book filled with recipes for luxurious sweets to be made by the idle hands of great ladies, “Fleur ange” had been a queen of delicacies, frothed cream, fragrant fruit, jewel-like jelly and a garnish of fresh flower buds.By MARJORIE BOWEN19 min
What manner of men are they who keep unceasing watch against the ravages of the fire demon? Theirs is a relentless foe, the thwarting of which demands both skill and stamina. Theirs is a courage that no man can scorn.By ASHLEY AUSTEN14 min
Since the day he landed on the Pacific Coast, fresh from the Old Land, the life of the man who forced the Customs Investigation has been one tussle after another. Never has he been licked. Nobody has succeeded in silencing him. He is known as the sure-footed politician.By JOHN NELSON13 min
The comic relief afforded by the manoeuvres of the Conservative board of strategy, the Peace River election scandal, the formation—and reformation—of the new Advisory Tariff Board, and the dangers to be avoided in marriages of convenience are deftly discussed in this article from Ottawa.By GRATTAN O’LEARY13 min
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