The story to date: Chartered for what he supposes is a pleasure cruise, Johnny Akhorn finds his'yacht, the West by North,’ boarded by men he knows to be crooks. Later he comes to consciousness on Sentinel Island. Jessie Allen, the niece of the man who chartered Johnny’s yacht, rescues him in a small boat and reveals herself as a secret service operative. Together they go in search of the stolen ‘West by North’By BERTRAND W. SINCLAIR43 min
THE whole family seemed to be already snowed under with tissue paper and yet all the presents were not opened. In one end of the billiard room, the big fifteen foot spruce tree—by common consent one of the best trees the Morgans had ever had— glittered magnificently with its Christmas yield of electric flowers and fruit, colored birds and shining balls.By MARGARET CULKIN BANNING30 min
A TREASURE Port of Montreal ship hove just before into the the freeze-up of navigation. It was not the picturesque, galleon type which may possibly come to your mind at first thought. Rather it was a very modern treasure ship, the C.P.R., S. S. Metagama, bearing gold specie in English sovereigns to an amount of almost $1,000,000.By J. HERBERT HOD. GINS7 min
From Halifax, Arthur Boutilier is shipping millions of pounds of fish to inland Canada, to the United States, to Britain, and even to Hawaii and Mexico. He used his reverses as stepping stones, and achieved success by revolutionizing an industry.By W. A . IRWIN21 min
THERE’S an added charm in the hand-made gift, and the most worldly among us feels a warmth when we receive something made expressly for ourselves. Edible Christmas gifts will convey your wishes in no uncertain terms to the lucky recipient, and if a little care is taken the parcels may be made most attractive.By MARJORIE ELLIOTT WILKINS6 min
Canada is a sport-loving country. Year in and year out, summer and winter, scores of thousands of Canadians participate in some form of sport. We spend a great deal of time and money on sport. Is that time and money well spent? Whether you are an ardent rugby fan, a crokinole fan, or no jan at all, you’ll enjoy reading this answer to that question.By H. H. ROXBOROUGH19 min
NO ONE in Swampsfield Hills had ever called Jenny Pratt a feminist. In fact it is doubtful whether anyone, among the four hundred and eight native inhabitants of the town, knew precisely what a feminist was. Certainly Jenny herself didn’t.By PHYLLIS DUGANNE18 min
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