June 1, 1937

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The Man in Dress Clothes

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The Piping Days of Peace

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The Little Guy

The Man in Dress Clothes 2021
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The Man in Dress Clothes

In which Kent Power reaches the conclusion of the most exciting case of his long and colorful career
The Piping Days of Peace 67
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The Piping Days of Peace

A new Mata Hari in a strange setting—A tale of the secret service in strife-torn Jerusalem
The Little Guy 1213
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The Little Guy

A story of modern marriage
The Cinnamon Bride 1617
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The Cinnamon Bride

An eerie story of primitive love in the Borneo jungle
When Do We Fly? 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

When Do We Fly?

We fly coast to coast some time in 1938, says this writer—Cost, six cents a mile—Air speed, 200 miles per hour—Time, Halifax to Vancouver, 23 hours
The Odds Are Fixed 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

The Odds Are Fixed

A startling expose of the crooked truth about gambling equipment
Modern Market 2223
GENERAL ARTICLES

Modern Market

A camera’s-eye view of the new Toronto Stock Exchange
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

THE OTHER Saturday my wife and I had an experience which I would like to share with my Maclean’s readers. It is possible it may not interest you very much. In that case I hope you will tell me. All I can claim is that the adventure will remain in my memory until, as an old man, I sit by my fireside and tell the younger generation those stories of long ago which have bored young people since the world began.
The Provinces Plead 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

The Provinces Plead

Canada's seventy-year-old constitutional dilemma as the provinces see it—Necessity for compromise realized
Tennis Looks Up 1819
SPORT

Tennis Looks Up

After a number of lean years the net game in Canada is in for a good season, says
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