June 1, 1940

GENERAL ARTICLES

Design for a New Dominion

FICTION

Sam Small's Better Half

FICTION

Murder Off Stage

Design for a New Dominion 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

Design for a New Dominion

"The Rowell-Sirois Report is charged with significance for every individual Canadian living today and for his children and his grandchildren after him"
Sam Small's Better Half 1011
FICTION

Sam Small's Better Half

Presenting: The Return of the Flying Yorkshireman! Two fantastic Sam Smalls for the price of one
Murder Off Stage 1819
FICTION

Murder Off Stage

The show goes on — Out front there’s wild acclaim — But in the wings stalks a sinister shadow
Lupita 45
FICTION

Lupita

A story of the enchanted isles, of the Nova Scotia sailorman who came to Tiberoon, and the girl who danced like a living flame
CHECK REIN 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

CHECK REIN

In which a mother learns that the surest way to lose a spirited son is to try too hard not to
Treasure in Iron 1617
GENERAL ARTICLES

Treasure in Iron

There's iron at Steep Rock— and there may even be enough of it to provide Canada with her own supply of the world's most used and useful metal
Marathon Champ 1213
SPORT

Marathon Champ

Meet Gerard Cote, the colorful French-Canadian from St. Hyacinthe who won the 1940 Boston marathon in record-breaking time
Twilight for Mr. Chamberlain 1213
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

Twilight for Mr. Chamberlain

LONDON, May 6. (By cable)—In a couple of hours I shall leave for Sheffield where tonight I have to address a large political gathering. That in itself is hardly an item of world-shattering importance, but it has been yours and my habit, for many years in these Letters, to deal frankly with each other, and I want to discuss with you certain doubts that are in my mind.
A Century in Steam 2223
GENERAL ARTICLES

A Century in Steam

The story of the first transatlantic steamship to dock at a Canadian port—Date: June 1, 1840
Gifts for the Bride 4243
WOMEN AND THE HOME

Gifts for the Bride

WHAT shall we give them? As sure as June comes around, thousands of uncles, aunts, cousins and best friends frantically search for shower or wedding gifts and wish they themselves were gifted with second sight. Of course if you can afford to present a new car or a house and lot, you’re all set; but most of us haven’t so much to spend, and welcome a few helpful hints on solving the problem.
May 151940 June 151940