August 15, 1935

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Greenmantle

FICTION

The Locked Door

FICTION

Work To Do

Greenmantle 67
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Greenmantle

Commencing: A thrilling secret service novel by the author who is now Canada’s Governor-General-designate
The Locked Door 2425
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The Locked Door

The strange tale of the sea captain, the diamonds and the stowaway
Work To Do 2223
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Work To Do

A story of the far North where men are men— and women are women
Old Battle Tank 1213
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Old Battle Tank

African jungle drama with a rhinocerous in the stellar role
Staying the Night 1617
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Staying the Night

Introducing the perfectly outrageous young lady in the perfectly preposterous situation
English Harvest 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

English Harvest

Says Britain’s Minister of Agriculture: "The centre of the Empire must look after itself."
Ladies, Are We Brutes? 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

Ladies, Are We Brutes?

When a sweet-faced woman yells "Kill him!" at a wrestling match, there must be a reason
Backstage At Ottawa 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

Backstage At Ottawa

IT’S NOT a notebook one needs to keep tab on politics these days; it’s a pari-mutuel. What with four major parties (or should it be five?) where we used to get along with two, all of them promising T-bone steaks for everybody, not to mention the minor prophets promising ale with the steaks, Ottawa hasn’t blinked at such a scrambled election since it ceased to be Bytown.
Calamity Castle 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

Calamity Castle

Here’s the sad, sad story of Toronto’s forlornest and most magnificent white elephant
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Shots and Angles

Shots and Angles

WITH TECHNICOLOR stock still nervous, with some people confidently predicting the end of the black and whites, others worrying about the return of the spectacle film and what will happen when Mr. Busby Berkeley puts his chorus ensembles into chromatics, one thing at least remains beyond argument—that “Becky Sharp,” considered simply as a color spectacle, was a lovely achievement.
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