NEVER call a man yellow till you're sure he's shown his color." Old "Red" Barlow was filling the card room of the Vancouver Logger's Club with poisonous fumes from a corn cob pipe-a sure sign that he was in a yarning mood. "For instance, Red?" One of the members shuffled a deck of cards expectantly.
A SUCCESSION of record-breaking crops, the greatest for all time harvested in 1928, has been the influence primarily responsible for the unprecedented prosperity which Canada as a whole has been enjoying. Seldom, if ever before, have Canadians had greater cause for satisfaction with the achievements of the preceding twelve months, than they have on this threshold of a new year.By A. W. BLUE9 min
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