June 1, 1932

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The Man They Forgot

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The Duck Gun Mystery

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TEA DANCE

The Man They Forgot 2223
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The Man They Forgot

Wolves in sheep’s clothing—the despised one suspects the truth—a Dutchman to the rescue
The Duck Gun Mystery 1617
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The Duck Gun Mystery

A mathematically minded sleuth demonstrates that in a murder case two and two does not always make four
TEA DANCE 67
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TEA DANCE

What happened when a gentleman with two left feet met an angel with tender toes
Ma Refuses to Meddle 1213
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Ma Refuses to Meddle

An amusing tale of a managing matchmaker who thought her son was "kind o’ dumb"
The High Cost of Education 1415
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The High Cost of Education

Says this writer: Costs of secondary education have passed all reasonable bounds . . . our schools are loaded with a mass of useless fol-de-rols
THE FIGHT FOR EMPIRE UNITY 1415
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THE FIGHT FOR EMPIRE UNITY

Personal reminiscences about the men who first battled for and against the aims the coming Economic Conference may achieve
THIRTEEN YEARS AFTER 2021
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THIRTEEN YEARS AFTER

The old billeting area back of Vimy—Mont St. Eloi’s “General” welcomes the prodigal—Villers au Bois, and a sad tale of music in the trees
EAST “Showers” WEST 2627
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EAST “Showers” WEST

A great human brotherhood, with political and religious differences submerged, has risen to feed and clothe thousands of needy families in the Western drought area
A Port Is Resurrected 1819
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A Port Is Resurrected

Says this writer: “The Dominions prompt rebuilding of the port of Saint John has done more to strengthen the bonds of goodwill with the Maritimes than any incident in years"
6-DAY CHAMP 1011

6-DAY CHAMP

A close-up of “Torchy” Peden, king of the six-day bicycle riders
May 151932 June 151932