July 15, 1937

FICTION

murder in Amber

GENERAL ARTICLES

Air-Line Chief

FICTION

The Torture Test

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FICTION

murder in Amber

Terror mounts aboard the mystery ship as a second death leads to a bizarre clue
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GENERAL ARTICLES

Air-Line Chief

A quick sketch of the one-time war ace who will manage the Trans-Canada airway
The Torture Test 1415
FICTION

The Torture Test

Strong men, like good steel, can take a lot of punishment but Joe Gilmore will never forget the Battle of the Pyrometers
Picnics 4243
WOMEN AND THE HOME

Picnics

Timely hints on how to prepare and serve hamper or trailer edibles
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FICTION

Northwester

Little Susan Abbott demonstrates that the cook who can get results in a Fundy dusting is the best man on any small boat
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HUMOR

Parade

THE MOVEMENT for clearer marking of house numbers which crops up periodically in the newspapers of all our big cities has acquired a new and ardent supporter in the person of Mr. Thomas Clement, of Montreal, who used to own a house at Lachine, a lakeshore suburb ten miles away, but doesn’t own it any longer.
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Maclean's Editorial

A FARMER'S CREED

I. I believe in life. That is to say I believe in the thing which passes understanding and cannot be approached by the mind; it can be accepted only as given and is therefore “sacred.” Since I am a living being myself, I believe I am one with all that lives; all joy is my joy; all pain, my pain.
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FICTION

Horror Story

A dramatic story of a woman who coveted her friend’s husband
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Shots and Angles

Shots and Angles

NIGHT MUST FALL” is a new type of movie thriller, bristling with unfamiliar shocks. The principal shock is the appearance of affable Robert Montgomery as a homicidal maniac with a Cockney accent. Mr. Montgomery, tired of his customary male-charmer roles, selected this part for himself and makes a grim, thorough job of his lady-killing.
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