April 1, 1940

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The Malabar Head

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TIT FOR TAT

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Wakeville, Awake!

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The Malabar Head

"A case of the Malabar head you Englishmen are subject to before the monsoon," the magistrate said knowingly —but Donegal knew there was much more to it than that
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TIT FOR TAT

Two things an Indian seldom does— laugh, or forget. Scabby Lou didn’t forget, but he did laugh—last
Wakeville, Awake! 2021
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Wakeville, Awake!

Slumbering Wakeville rouses to the din of battle as the Mayor's crusading Aunt hits her true stride
Anastasia’s Horse 1213
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Anastasia’s Horse

From her merry-go-round days she had harbored a dream—a dream herein taken for a ride to the tune of "Bonnie Dundee"
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GENERAL ARTICLES

Home Front Preparedness

Peace or War, a regimenting of our economic forces is essential, says this writer, who is President and Publisher of Farm and Ranch Review
We Nominate 1011
SPORT

We Nominate

ONCE MORE those hockey-wise gentlemen who direct the ice activities of the seven National Hockey League teams have generously climbed away out on the end of a limb for us by casting their votes for the team of teams—Maclean’s All-Stars. Of course the aforementioned gentlemen would not be foolish enough to vote if they knew their individual selections were going to be published under their names— they are much too wise for that.
Canada's Fighting Forces 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Canada's Fighting Forces

Part Seven: OUR OWN EASTERN FRONT
What? No Soap! 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

What? No Soap!

If Canada, instead of Germany, were on the grimy end of a soap shortage— just what would it mean to you?
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

The Strange Story of Wagner’s Granddaughter
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WOMEN AND THE HOME

Make Mine Beef

FROM THE standpoint of what it contributes to good nutrition, meat is one of our basic foods. And, by reason of its fine satisfying flavor, one of the most popular items on the bill of fare. It ‘makes” a meal, other dishes in the menu playing second fiddle to the roast or the steak, the stew, or some other inexpensive but nourishing variation.
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