September 1, 1932

FICTION

NONE BUT THE BRAVE DESERVE THE AIR

FICTION

Plunder

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THE AIR CUSHION

NONE BUT THE BRAVE DESERVE THE AIR 67
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NONE BUT THE BRAVE DESERVE THE AIR

MELANIE PRATT grew up difficult and different. Her mother despaired of doing anything with her, and well she might. Melanie liked to build things; she was a wizard with a hammer and saw. By the time she was ten she had constructed a creditable workshop adjoining the Pratt shed.
Plunder 2021
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Plunder

"The weak must always pay and all their bleatings will never save them"
THE AIR CUSHION 2223
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THE AIR CUSHION

A hilarious account of a chicken rancher’s adventures in aeronautics
BLOW THE MAN DOWN 1617
FICTION

BLOW THE MAN DOWN

The Old Salt applies windjammer logic to a problem in steam
Thirteen Years After 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

Thirteen Years After

XVII—Cambrai remembers the Canadians—Bourlon Wood still “a place of terror”
The Forerunner 1213
FICTION

The Forerunner

The weird story of Monsieur X and his extraordinary conquest
The Little Red Schoolhouse 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

The Little Red Schoolhouse

“The little red schoolhouse has disciplined the mind of Canadian youth to intellectual servility ... it has not made Canadians intelligent”
I Could Eat Nails! 2627
GENERAL ARTICLES

I Could Eat Nails!

A mere woman explains why certain antics of the stupider sex give rise to gnashing of feminine teeth
Prima Donnas in the Garden 5051
WOMEN AND THE HOME

Prima Donnas in the Garden

Why fill your small garden with ordinary plants when the aristocrats are ready to make themselves at home?
Naked Truth 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

Naked Truth

What would you do with 800 nude paraders? Out in B. G. Government is building jails to house them
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