FEW DAYS ago a cynical joke went swiftly through the smoke rooms of the House of Commons. it took the form of a bulletin which, so said the wits, would be issued by the B. B. C. that night: "Mr. Baldwin’s political life is drawing swiftly to its close.By BEVERLEY BAXTER8 min
It IS CLEAR by this time that there are only two ways of looking at "Green Pastures;" you must either find it blasphemous and ridiculous or tender, humorous and deeply religious. I thought it a grand picture-meaning simply that it had grandeur of a very special kind rarely met with on the screen.By ANN ROSS5 min
BEAU BRUMMEL elegant gallant of the mauve decade, never ate vegetables, `tis said. Once. exasperated because a hostess insisted upon dwelling on the amazing fact, he expostulated, "Well, madame, I once ate a pea." Which came into our minds when we heard recently about a girl from Vienna who married one of Hamilton's solid citizens.
ONE OF these days there will be a Royal Commission appointed to investigate the number, cost and value of Royal and other commissions appointed to investigate everything from glass-roofing the Great Lakes to the economic waste caused by the throwing away of the torn stubs of movie-house admission tickets.
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