August 15, 1931

The OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR

The Silver Scale

COOK'S PAY

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The OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR

Mystery that was never explained, murder that never could be condoned—here's a story that Poe might have written
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The Silver Scale

Again the Hidden Death strikes; and again grim mystery enshrouds the horror-haunted halls of Duchlan
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COOK'S PAY

The story of a wife’s rebellion and a husband's discovery that last year's clothes may mar this year's happiness
Wealth from Waste 1011

Wealth from Waste

A story of the atom jugglers and the magic by which they transform the useless into the useful
DROUGHT 89

DROUGHT

A dramatic story of the African veldt, of the witch doctor who sought vengeance, of the woman who wouldn't admit defeat and the man who couldn't forget
It’s Time to Take Stock 45

It’s Time to Take Stock

A startling exposé of “our inexhaustible natural resources" myth and a plea for intelligent conservation of our forest and mineral wealth
GOOD-BY COURTESY 1213

GOOD-BY COURTESY

Wherein a tennis hero meets a tennis hound and a lady picks a winner
The Hogan Case 1415

The Hogan Case

The story of the murder that brought disaster to the once notorious Brooks' Bush gang of Toronto
The Three Wise Men of Guelph 1415

The Three Wise Men of Guelph

A composite sketch af three patriarchs of pedagogy who have nurtured three generations in the way of knowledge
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Brickbats and Bonquets

Brickbats and Bonquets

As a Mennonite, I read with some amusement Helen Zado’s so-called pen picture of the Mennonites of Western Canada. I was amazed to learn that Mennonites had no country or rather nationalism; that there was such a thing asa “Mennonite language;” that we were not permitted to have pictures on our walls; that we were just barely emerging out of the hazy mist of medievalism; and a host of other things which as a Mennonite I should surely know.
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