January 1, 1940

FICTION

WINGS OF HAZARD

FICTION

Never Say "No"

GENERAL ARTICLES

Ambitious City Makes the Grade

WINGS OF HAZARD 45
FICTION

WINGS OF HAZARD

Flying blind in a cloud of mystery and intrigue, an Arctic pilot is caught in the crossfire of ruthless men and a girl
Never Say "No" 1415
FICTION

Never Say "No"

Hollywood—where steam rollers, fire engines and screaming calliopes lead to love
Ambitious City Makes the Grade 1617
GENERAL ARTICLES

Ambitious City Makes the Grade

Meet them East or West and it’s "I’m from Hamilton!" They say it proudly, with zip. Here’s why.
Canada's Fighting Forces 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

Canada's Fighting Forces

PART ONE: In the Air
None But a Woman 1011
FICTION

None But a Woman

Slander it was, no less, but was ever there an Irishman could be taught that fists prove nothing?
The Pedlar 1819
FICTION

The Pedlar

He served them with buttons, Bibles, pills. When murder struck, he served them justice
Behind Darkened Doors 1213
LONDON LETTER

Behind Darkened Doors

IN THESE London Letters which I have been writing for so long—too long, according to one or two Western readers of Maclean's—I have given pictures of London in its various moods and at different moments of history. There was the breathless Saturday when the League of Nations gathered in London to consider Hitler’s march on the Rhineland.
The Case Against Pacifism 1213
GENERAL ARTICLES

The Case Against Pacifism

IN TIME of war, the word “pacifist” may be used rather indiscriminately. A pacifist, in the strict sense of the word, is a peacemaker, but until the war is over, there will probably be a moratorium on peacemaking. As generally used, the word implies a conscientious objection to war and violence as a method of settling international disputes, and when so defined, pacifists pose many difficult questions to a government engaged in war.
Dressing Up Simple Dishes 3435
WOMEN AND THE HOME

Dressing Up Simple Dishes

NOT EVERYONE has either the time or the money for elaborate, monumental dishes. Or the taste for them; who wants a table, or the food on it, dressed up within an inch of its life! But we all like a bit of appropriate garnish, a way of service that does credit to the dish as well as a method of preparation that makes the most of fine ingredients.
HEY, TAXI! 2223
GENERAL ARTICLES

HEY, TAXI!

a taxi driver's opinions on passengers, other drivers, tipping, and what have you
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