August 15, 1932

FICTION

Plunder

WINNER TAKE ALL

FICTION

SUB-LET

Plunder 2223
FICTION

Plunder

The Tempest breads in the mining market and the jackals of finance prepare for a feast
WINNER TAKE ALL 1819

WINNER TAKE ALL

Fugitives both and enemies—little wonder that open war flared when Marvin Small came to Kellar’s cabin by the Kla-wheen
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FICTION

SUB-LET

An altogether charming tale of a prim little lady who had her fling and found it rather nice
Thirteen Years After 1617
GENARAL ARTICLES

Thirteen Years After

XVI—Arras to Cambrai—A vivid reminder—“Desolation, wreckage, disaster—YVar!”
The Return of Peter and Pokey 1213
FICTION

The Return of Peter and Pokey

L' Enfant Terrible returns to the slaughter with a new set of capers disturbing to the sharks of the great open spaces
The Boy Who Was Afraid of Dying 1415
SPORTS

The Boy Who Was Afraid of Dying

The story of a “weakling” who fought his way to fame and health
CONFERENCE SNAPSHOTS 2021
GENERAL ARTICLES

CONFERENCE SNAPSHOTS

Pen portraits of the Empire statesmen who are now making history at Ottawa
Can the Motor Car Lead Us to Recovery? 1011
GENARAL ARTICLES

Can the Motor Car Lead Us to Recovery?

A CERTAIN MR. BROWN told his friend Smithers that he intended to buy a motor car. At which Smithers remarked that Brown had chosen a tough time for the transaction. "You know your own business best, Brown,” he said archly. "I only wish I had the nerve to replace my old car.”
Wanted—A Hairbrush 1415

Wanted—A Hairbrush

In which Eddie, the Cheerful Cherub, opines that the Old Adam has been too much for the League of Nations
Spent on Unemployment 2021
GENARAL ARTICLES

Spent on Unemployment

During the last two years unemployment relief has cost Canada $243,000 a day
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