TO begin with, I am a Canadian by birth, and thirty-three years old. For nine of those years I have lived in New York. And by my friends in that city I am regarded as a successful author. There was a time when I even regarded myself in much the same light.By Arthur Stringer27 min
THE gardener this year is working between two pressing needs; he must make every square foot of his ground produce to the limit, and as seed is scarce he must observe the strictest economy in that. This doesn’t mean that he can afford to take any risks with old seed, though no old seed must be wasted.By John R. Avery7 min
SINCERITY, suitability, simplicity—on these three qualities depend the character and charm and comfort of a home and the one we have to learn to appreciate first is simplicity. It does not matter whether we can afford for our living-rooms costly engravings or carbon prints of the masters; whether we have hot house flowers or potted geraniums — the effect may be as dignified with one as with the other.By Ethyl Munro7 min
THERE are new factors entering into the business situation in Canada but the outlook remains the same. Business is good, although there are some evidences of a tendency toward reconstruction. For instance, it seems certain that in most lines there is hardly as much business being done now as there was a year ago.
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