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A series of gradu-
ated general readers
which put action into
literature. Most ot' the poems
and stories are suitable for
reading aloud and for drama-
tization. Great stress is laid
upon visualization. Each book
has many colour illustrations
and as many more line drawings.
7'fi1f'l1f-M Hooley show how much can be made
ot' the material after the fundamental diffi-
culties have been mastered.
qfllofflcl' Slory, lJlt'11.s'c'.
One of the chief charms of this book is the inclusion of
stories and ini-idents closely related to the children's own ex-
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More merry stories and
gay verses. The :animal story
is :i ilelie'htl'ul feature here
and with it are old tales, set
down in a new fashion.
More tales and poems that
afford an excellent intro-
duction to the beauty of
Eiiglish verseg rhythm is
here in the poems and little
plays are also included.
Grade III ......... 60 cents
I V I T '
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Stories ol' ditlerent peoples and stories adapted from the
Uld 'I'estamt-nt :md Greek Legends. There are, too, a number
of peems and some ol' the most famous fairy tales. The
'Nature Wonder' stories are an important feature of this book.
Short Stories of Great Lives.
By Jessie E. McEwen.
Simply written biographies of great men and women of
the Old World and of the New. Thirty-one biographiesg sixty-
three illustrations, eight of which are in colour ....... 75 cents.
An Historical Atlas of Canada.
Seventy-nine maps, all with valuable bearing on Canadian
history. Notes accompany the maps and an introduction and
chronological tafbles have been contributed by Lawrence J.
Burpee. There is also, a bibliography of books relating to
Canadian history .................................... 31.25
The House of History.
A series of history readers which gives a full account of
the nation's happenings, literary and historical, with the neces-
sary commentary on World history. Each book contains colour
plates and numerous black-and,-white pictures, as well as
diagrams etc., and a full set of questions and exercises.
The Basement tEarliest Men to the Fall of Romel .... 85 cents
First Story tEarly Days to 14853 ................ 90 cents
Second Story tEarly Modern Historyl .. . .. 90 cents
Third Story tLater Modern Historyi ..... 90 cents
Fourth Story tModern Social Historyl ...... 90 cents
A igenerzil reader which is A book of prose and . .
ipitlltolfi lixttv-iilzigig, lthfgtelpidis ?,m,S0 dcsigned to .afford an -l-llOmdS Nelson dfld Sons Llmlted
l stories, etc., and many poems, Introduction to variouS WINS Ol Vveningwn St. no TORONTO
l standard and modern. 70 cents. of reading. ....... 75 cents.
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Courtesy of THE SCHOOL
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We've tested bicycles and safety pins b la'
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, a ing powder and hats. Hundreds of samples
materials have been ripped to shreds. boiled to bits, rubbed to a frazzler We've
pulled merchandise apart and studied it under microscopes and micro-analyzers.
In fact we've treated our materials with a severity that savours of the Spanish Inqui-
sition. Every test is eminently-practical, however. The purpose of it all is that when
you buy 80101110 labelled articles, you buy, along with good value, TESTED
QUALITY. Merchandise that is ekgrything we claim for it.
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Samples of every gUfOI1iU
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scientifically tested by our
arch Bureau at
I-We use the micro-analyzer to
examine almost anything
but particularly to invest'
gate the fineness of weave
and count of fabrics.
or yarn resists strain, tear
2-This tensile strength gadge
finds how stubbo
5--Our own kind of washin
machine, a Laundebonie-
ter, gives us the facts on
colour fading and running.
4--This chemist is deter-min'
the protein in food by a
5-The Fade-Ometer, with rays
like the noonday sun, checks
e sun-resistance of various
6--Little boys sliding down
banisters don't give harder
wear than this machine that
tests comparative wear re-
sistance of fabrics.
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