November 1, 1933

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THE LITTLE SAHIB

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Death Lingered

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THE LITTLE SAHIB

A STRAIN of Irish and Spanish blood makes for beauty, but it does not make for a forgiving disposition. Considine Vachell was a proof of that statement. She had travelled all the way from Karachi to the Northwest Frontier station of Abbotshah to punish a man she hated, and she watched him coming along the club verandah, short and slight in the neat fitting uniform of the Fifth Piffers, for all the world as a leopardess might watch the approach of someone she knew had been cruel to her cub.
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Death Lingered

Another Kent Power Story
Ann Gregory's Luck 1415
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Ann Gregory's Luck

JAMES CLIFTON PETERS
Little Miss Vitamin D 1011
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Little Miss Vitamin D

THERE WAS a full-length mirror in Nancy Van Raalte’s bedroom. Once, standing before it, appraising herself, she said mournfully: "You have plenty of sex but no appeal for the right man, at any rate.” The right man was David Mercer, M.D. He was close by.
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GENERAL ARTICLES

House of Hate

AFTER ALL is said and done, the purpose of a prison is to keep men prisoners. So when Inmate Mond did his “Co Boy” stunt from Collins Bay, late one afternoon, he started a vast machine into throbbing life. The land of the wire fence sprang into sudden, angry activity.
Maker of Champions 1617
SPORT

Maker of Champions

AMONG the dominies of the gridiron Wilfrid Perry Hughes "Bill” Hughes to tens of thousands of football fans, and Huggsy to his personal friends is the indiarubber man. Most resilient of football mentors, the stocky grizzled, pertinacious chap who this season leads Hamilton Tigers in pursuit of their second successive double rugby championship, has.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME

All about Custards

THE SIMPLEST of ingredients are needed to make a custard and there is no particular trick in combining them. Yet so many culinary crimes are committed in the name of “custard” that I am afraid it isn’t as popular as it should be. It seems to be a pretty well-known fact nowadays that proper cooking temperature and time are the important factors in determining the success of the product, so naturally these are the points of greatest interest in a discussion of good custards.
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GENERAL ARTICLES

B&ook of Remembrance

TALL WINDOWS open on the Ottawa River. To either side are rooms equipped with the paraphernalia of science. In the new National Research Building at Ottawa, devoted to the most modern of State activities. James Purves sits at his drawing board, practising one of the most ancient of arts—that of illuminating.
Save That Sawdust f 1213
GENERAL ARTICLES

Save That Sawdust f

BOUT the only thing we haven’t changed in the lumber business these last few years is the tree.” The clean-cut young logging superintendent, whose college accent and neat attire would have brought jeers from an old-time lumber crew but whose knowledge of the timber industries would have overwhelmed the master woodsmen of an earlier day.
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GENERAL ARTICLES

MacDoald of Nova Scotia

NOVA SCOTIA has declared in favor of a “New Deal” in politics. At the time when President Roosevelt was recruiting the best minds of the universities of the United States, the seagirt province of Canada placed the destiny of its own immediate economic future in the hands of Angus L. MacDonald, forty-threeyear-old Premier, the greater part of whose career to date has been spent within the cloistered halls of Nova Scotia’s colleges and universities.
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