July 1, 1937

FICTION

Murder in Amber

WOMEN AND THE HOME

A Bride Entertains

GENERAL ARTICLES

Number One Marksman

Murder in Amber 67
FICTION

Murder in Amber

THERE'S A MURDERER ABOARD! COMMENCING A GRIPPING NEW NOVEL OF A MYSTERY THAT TERRORIZED A WHOLE SHIP'S COMPANY
A Bride Entertains 5051
WOMEN AND THE HOME

A Bride Entertains

HOME again after the honeymoon! And now there’s a housewarming in the offing, as befits any hospitable young couple. It may take one of several forms, but my advice is to make it a simple affair until you get your hand in at being both housekeeper and hostess.
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GENERAL ARTICLES

Number One Marksman

Robert George Pickrell, Winnipeg, holds most of the world's revolverand pistol-shooting records
Donna Laura's Diamond 2021
FICTION

Donna Laura's Diamond

I HAD persuaded my friend, H. B. Treadgold, to take a holiday away from the vicunas and cheviots of Savile Row and accompany me on a Mediterranean cruise. We were spending a couple of days in Paris on our way back to London, and were breakfasting in our dressing gowns the morning after our arrival when the door of our hotel suite was flung violently open.
A Welding Job 1617
FICTION

A Welding Job

The kid had courage but had he brains?— A thrilling story of dirt-track auto racing
Shots and Angles 2223
Shots and Angles

Shots and Angles

WAKE UP AND LIVE” is taken from the book of that title—or rather from the title of the book. The story itself doesn't seem to have any literary source; it’s just an ingenious linking up of some of the sounds, songs and personalities that come over the air.
All There Was 1213
FICTION

All There Was

The love story of a girl who was baffled by success and a man who thought that the road to ambition achieved led to happiness
Parade 5657
HUMOR

Parade

AT NOON on Sunday, May 9, Canadian troops took over the Buckingham Palace guard from the Welsh Life Guards. The day was drizzly and grey, but a curious crowd watched the ceremony. The guard solemnly went through the business of marching from box to box, replacing the tall, grey and busbied Welsh sentries with Canadians who, in ordinary service khaki, looked almost diminutive in comparison.
B.C. Woos the Yukon 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

B.C. Woos the Yukon

"It is unthinkable that 4,000 persons should have the final say"—Premier Pattullo. "The people of the Yukon are outraged"—Dawson protest
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Brickbats and Bouquets

Would it not be in order for us women to ask gentlemen like Mr. Baxter if they have done all in their power to make the world a safe and sane place into which to bring children? We find many people today enjoying the richest fruits of the earth while contributing little or nothing to their production.
June 151937 July 151937