July 15, 1932

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Plunder

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The Perfect Provider

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The Duplicity of Emile

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Plunder

The story: At his palatial lodge on Burnt Island in the Northern Canadian Province of Huron. John Rockingham, the great Canadian financier, is entertaining Sir Peter Tarne and Lord Moundell, international financiers. They are making plans to control the mineral wealth of Canada.
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The Perfect Provider

THE bitterest moment of Adrian Von Haltzlow's long tempestuous and variable career had been when his wife, Elaine, eloped with a saxophone player. The elopement he might have forgiven her; even the callous desertion of himself and their three children, Ellen, Ralph and Hubert.
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The Duplicity of Emile

AFTER three months of courting it began to dawn upon Emile Petitpas, the honest, if thickheaded, young baker, that one cannot make progress in love if the affair is conducted before an audience. It was not that Jeanne Lillivert was unfavorable to his suit, although she was the prettiest girl in Montville and daughter of the mayor into the bargain, but circumstances seemed to contrive that Emile should never be permitted so much as five minutes with her alone.
The Man With the Iron Jaw 1213
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The Man With the Iron Jaw

WHAT 'cha lookin' for in that there cook book?" asked Lourella Wilson as he lay sprawled on the bed, clad in trousers and undershirt, blowing clouds of cigarette smoke toward the ceiling of the little hall bedroom. “I'm lookin' to see." remarked his wife Dot, as she eagerly scanned the pages of the book.
The Fight for Empire Unity 2223
GENERAL ARTICLES

The Fight for Empire Unity

THE last great battle of foreign interests against British unity and preferential tariffs was staged at Geneva, May, 1927. The next, and perhaps final, stage is coming at Ottawa, where selfishness of some of our groups politically powerful may aid the foreigners and bring defeat to all our hopes.
Thirteen Years After 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

Thirteen Years After

ON THE left side of the Bapaume-Albert road you find a zone that you will remember. Nowhere else do you see as many huts, wooden ones and Nissen ones, and barns with board walls, wood used in the rebuilding rush just after the war. Nowhere else will you see such utter squalor as prevails there in early winter, for Somme mud and filth are not easily duplicated.
What Should We Do? 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

What Should We Do?

RECORDER’S NOTE: No one, I think, doubts the existence of a world-wide economic depression such as history has not hitherto recorded. No one, I believe, thinks that this depression will be ended until a sufficient number of men of power and vision are able clearly to analyze the causes which brought about the present business stagnation and are determined to build an economic structure sound enough to prevent the re-occurrence of another.
Salmon Trallers of the Pacific 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Salmon Trallers of the Pacific

TALK of boats, of cord and rope, whistle of wind through the rigging, splash of the waves and dip of the bow, fathoms of line and sinkers, swivels and spoons and hooks—and fish! Romance of the sea and smell of the salt, with the winey breath of the pines.
The Aftermath of the Merger Mania 5051
YOUR SAVINGS

The Aftermath of the Merger Mania

IN EVERY period of prosperity and inflation, stock promoters are busy. But promoters do not confine their activities to forming new companies to exploit new ideas. They are just as ready to make their profit in another way; such as by taking two or more existing companies and joining them together to make one company.
BEAUTY AND THE BEASTS 4041
WOMEN AND THE HOME

BEAUTY AND THE BEASTS

WHAT is beauty? For centuries men have been wondering but not women. Women never wonder. They just are. For ages women have been beautiful, and men have wondered why. Very early they realized that it was necessary for them to know why. Beautiful women ruled them mercilessly.
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