THEY reached the turning the others had tak en and ran down it. The distance was short but it was long enough to enable Clement to collect his wits, and, while he prepared himself for the encounter that impended, to wonder how Arthur would bear himself at the moment of discovery.By STANLEY J . WEYMAN67 min
AS FAR away from the crowded Tottenham Court Road and the pale arc lamps and the noise of traffic as though walking through country lanes and green fields Henry Chuffrick smiled fondly into the blue eyes of the most wonderful girl in the world.By W. TOWNEND32 min
THERE are many things to be said for the small college or university, a great many things, and most of them good. Out of the small colleges have come many, if not most, of our college-bred, great men. Though great men frequently have a distressing habit of not coming from college at all, except from the college of life.By JOSEPH LISTER20 min
BOB SCANLON traveled light. His outfit consisted of a canoe, a rifle, a few chunks of cold, broiled moose meat in the pockets of his coat, two blankets and a plug of tobacco. He traveled fast, straining every muscle to cover the maximum mileage in the minimum time.By THEODORE GOODRIDGE ROBERTS17 min
THE question of immigration looms heavily and rather gloomily above the horizon of those interested in the growth and development of the Dominion of Canada. Many and various are the suggestions which appear from time to time in the press bearing on the point, while committees of Government officials are appointed to deal with a problem, which, if it was difficult and acute ten years ago, is a thousand times more so to-day.By BEATRICE M. HAY SHAW15 min
TRAVELLERS in the Maritime provinces will remember it as a country of little streams, cool-looking and vigorous, hurrying along between deeply-wooded banks. They will remember it as a country of opening vistas, of blue lakes seen between gaps in the trees.By J. L. RUTLEDGE13 min
I AM A GREAT READER, therefore I often read the stories of other lives. There are parts of these stories that do not ring true. As I write this in my cabin, I wonder shall I be able to escape this, to me, general fault? I promise myself my tale shall be true, even if truth is dull.By NANCY J. PORTER10 min
THE UNITED STATES leads the world in the narcotic drug traffic. This is quite true to-day hut until 1919, before the Canadian Government recognized the necessity of taking immediate and drastic to remedy the condition, Canada held that direful distinction if we estimate the population of this Dominion as one-thirteenth that of the United States.By JUDGE EMILY F. MURPHY8 min
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