September 1, 1927

Not in Our Stars

Have You Seen Ann?

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Not in Our Stars

Nearly every office has its Mitch —and its Whittaker
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Have You Seen Ann?

Ann may have been incomparable, but that didn’t save her from her Waterloo
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FAR GOLD

'Last scene of all that ends this strange, eventful history'
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"Stick 'im Boy”

When the wary swordfish ‘fins’ off the Cape Breton coast, there is dramatic and hazardous sport afoot
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A Peer of the Press

At eighteen, Hugh Graham started the Montreal Star on a few dollars—To-day Lord Atholstan is the Crusading Baron of the Fourth Estate
The Patent Insides 89

The Patent Insides

Concerning a poetess who cant poetize, a compositor who can’t compose, and an editor who can’t pay his bills
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DEVIL - BUSH

Fearful things happen in the rank eternity of green bush that is Africa
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Figures and Pictures GOVERNMENT SERVICE—AND YOU

Mr. Raine here describes two little-known branches of government service—the Canadian Bureau of Statistics and the Canadian Motion Picture Bureau
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Canada Pulls Her Weight

IT IS the sixth of August, 1927. Under a scorching sun, 40,000 people are massed on the banks of the Detroit River at Trenton, Michigan, drawn there by the Fifty-fifth Annual Regatta of the National Association of Amateur Oarsmen, now held tensely by the drama of the greatest moment in the history of singles sculling in America.
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Women and their Work

Raising Rabbits for Profit

Growing rabbit wool is a lucrative hobby that appeals peculiarly to women
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