February 1, 1927

The Splendid Silence 1617

The Splendid Silence

London left behind, the scene of Mr. Sullivan's story shifts to British Columbia
What Shall We Do with Our Narcotic Drug Addicts? 23

What Shall We Do with Our Narcotic Drug Addicts?

BLONDIE was a native daughter, born of Old Country stock. Her family were and are people of assured position—perhaps a little too stiff-necked, a little too rigidly proper for this democratic day and country. Blondie was full of the joy of living.
Professor McHugh Resigns 67

Professor McHugh Resigns

Moral: You can't sell something of which no one's heard
Treasury of the Nation GOVERNMENT SERVICE—AND YOU 89

Treasury of the Nation GOVERNMENT SERVICE—AND YOU

A glimpse into the counting house of our beneficent miser, the Department of Finance
Fruits of the Imperial Conference 1819

Fruits of the Imperial Conference

‘Neither revolutionary nor reactionary,’ is the description given by this writer to the famous report on inter-imperial relations
The Swamp Bridge 1415

The Swamp Bridge

Sudden death, a baffling mystery and a shrill cry which heralded the dread summons of fate
The Crater 1011

The Crater

Men in war, a bit of plaster and the faith of Private Small
Where Men Are Men 1213

Where Men Are Men

Two western Romeos receive a series of bumps on the course of calf love
A Massey Goes to Washington 1213

A Massey Goes to Washington

A personality sketch of the man who this month officially assumes his duties in the United States as Canada's first ambassador
A Wooden Wedding of Surprises 6061
Women and their Work

A Wooden Wedding of Surprises

An anniversary party in which ingenuity outweighs prohibitive cost
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