October 1, 1939

FICTION

LESSON FOR A LADY

FICTION

’Eroes

FICTION

THE TEN GALLON HAT

LESSON FOR A LADY 1819
FICTION

LESSON FOR A LADY

An explosion follows a discovery in the concluding installment of this drama-packed serial about a girl who wanted to be a lady
’Eroes 1415
FICTION

’Eroes

Peaceful chaps, the men of the Basuto, but they hadn't forgotten how to fight
THE TEN GALLON HAT 1011
FICTION

THE TEN GALLON HAT

THE AMERICANS,” said Young Mr. Albert, “are a very curious people. For instance, I found that they keep their houses much, much too warm, and serve their drinks much, much too cold.” Everyone at the meeting, that had been called to hear Young Mr. Albert’s report on his American trip, thought this over solemnly.
This Is Cintha 45
FICTION

This Is Cintha

The story of a girl everyone loved, and a crayon that was a deadlier weapon than the artist knew
Success Formula for a City 1213
GENERAL ARTICLES

Success Formula for a City

Cheap power, good location, low taxes and settled labor conditions — Drummondville's tested recipe for prosperity
LONDON LETTER 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

LONDON LETTER

The Incredible Forty-eight Hours
Taxes and Charity 2425
GENERAL ARTICLES

Taxes and Charity

When you give to charity services, where does your money go ?
Orchard in the Dry Belt 2223
GENERAL ARTICLES

Orchard in the Dry Belt

Emil Meili grows fine fruits in the heart of the drought area without benefit of irrigation
Prairie Kick-off 1617
SPORT

Prairie Kick-off

Western squads prepare for the annual grid wars while a rules showdown approaches in the Canadian rugby setup
Season to Taste 5455
WOMEN AND THE HOME

Season to Taste

I HAVE nothing whatever against good plain cooks or good plain cooking. Quite the contrary in fact, for in my opinion a well-made, perfectly seasoned dish is worth any number of fussy get-ups. But when it comes to prosaic, monotonous meals which lack that final flair of flavor, it’s another matter altogether.
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