September 1, 1938

FICTION

Looms of Conflict

GENERAL ARUCLES

Canada's Armament Mystery

FICTION

Fisher of Men

Looms of Conflict 1819
FICTION

Looms of Conflict

In which an industrial war reaches its shattering climax and a girl in love finds the haven of heart's desire
Canada's Armament Mystery 89
GENERAL ARUCLES

Canada's Armament Mystery

"Canadans who may be called upon for sacrifice have a right to know. . . What lies behind the Bren Machine Gun Contract
Fisher of Men 45
FICTION

Fisher of Men

Piety wasn't enough; Parson Gil had to prove his manhood too
"Ginger" 1415
FICTION

"Ginger"

The gang were afraid he would tell; but his was a story only an artist In words could tell
Dead Pan 1213
GENERAL ARUCLES

Dead Pan

A word portrait of the boy from St. Thomas who became one of Hollywood's ace comedians
Of Such a Radiance 1011
FICTION

Of Such a Radiance

A RADIO bleated and people babbled. George banged down his empty glass on the piano. His lean face was molded by bitterness, and his pale hair was peaked on the crown rebelliously. “As a race,” proclaimed George loudly, “we are decadent.”
LONDON LETTER 1617
GENERAL ARUCLES

LONDON LETTER

The Sandys Affair
No Debt Here 1213
GENERAL ARUCLES

No Debt Here

Nebraska has no state debt, pays no bond interest and has reduced property taxes a third within the last ten years
Torture to Order 1617
SPORT

Torture to Order

Modern wrestling shows are "sadistic orgies, brutal, disgusting and repulsive" says
Jams and Jellies 3637
WOMEN AND THE HOME

Jams and Jellies

GOOD providers are busy in their kitchens, stocking their shelves with jams, jellies, conserves, and oldfashioned butters. Storing August flavor for January enjoyment. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I think preserving is one thing the modern housekeeper does better than her grandmother.
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