February 1, 1937

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The Dot-andCarry Case

A SEABOLD FIGHTS • 1819
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A SEABOLD FIGHTS •

Triumph of the "little general" — A lady in distress—And a revolution floundering in the dust
STUNT MAN 45
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Presenting Chuck Land, Human Comet, in a daredevil drama of the skies —With Sally Martin, level-headed groundling
The Dot-andCarry Case 1415
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The Dot-andCarry Case

Horace Treadgold, tailor detective, untangles a scandal to unravel a murder
Democracy in Industry 1213
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Democracy in Industry

No strikes! Security for the worker! Bonuses for the employee, profits for the management!—How a great smelter has solved an age-old industrial problem
Sparks 1011
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Sparks

Said Captain Partridge: A wireless operator is no sailor —But that was before the "Wendover" and her crew faced the ultimate challenge of the sea
Hockey Slump 1617
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Hockey Slump

Says this writer: The fans are fed up with defensive hockey—They want more action
DIVORCE in Canada 89
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DIVORCE in Canada

Too Hard or Too Easy?
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER 2223
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Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

Britain's Film Failures
The Dutch Did It Here 2021
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The Dutch Did It Here

Back to the Land and Independence at half the cost of reHef
Backstage at Ottawa 89
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Backstage at Ottawa

BY THE TIME this reaches print, Mr. King will have told Parliament how he abolished one monarch and created another by an orderin-council, and Mr. Bennett will have made up for his misfortune of being in Africa when the Empire was in crisis.
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