July 1, 1940

FICTION

Highball Logger

FICTION

Mr. Embury’s Hat

FICTION

Murder Off Stage

Highball Logger 45
FICTION

Highball Logger

Juggling two giant logs a minute, eight hours a day, is something. And when a man’s in love —
Mr. Embury’s Hat 1415
FICTION

Mr. Embury’s Hat

In which a gentleman of the old school shows that it's an ill fire that blows no one damages
Murder Off Stage 1819
FICTION

Murder Off Stage

A frustrated escape and a poison phial throw new light on a baffling and intriguing mystery
PILGRIM’S WAY 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

PILGRIM’S WAY

Continuing his memoirs, Lord Tweedsmuir pictures some of the great men of the Empire who were his inspiration
You Can Be the One 1011
FICTION

You Can Be the One

A story of modern marriage and the loyalty that is the price of love —and of happiness
Canada’s Fighting Forces 1213
GENERAL ARTICLES

Canada’s Fighting Forces

The story of how the Canadian soldier gets his mail from home
The Poor Fish 1617
GENERAL ARTICLES

The Poor Fish

And this doesn't refer to the finny tribes either
"Who Lives If England Dies?" 1213
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTER

"Who Lives If England Dies?"

LONDON, June 5. (By cable) — I have just come home after listening to Winston Churchill tell us the heroic story of the grandest rearguard action in history, when the British Expeditionary Force, surrounded and betrayed, outnumbered and outgunned, fought its way to the sea.

Backstage at Ottawa 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

Backstage at Ottawa

TO TELL that Ottawa, as this is written, is in the midst of crisis is to put it mildly. The “quietest war capital in Christendom” has become a cauldron of excitement: disillusioned, shocked from its complacency. Day by day, as the shadow of the Swastika lengthens across the English Channel, old shibboleths, old comfortable delusions, go overboard.
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In the Editor's Confidence

In the Editor's Confidence

WE HAVE never met Mr. Dave Reddick, but we like him. It isn’t because he is angling editor of the Montreal Star, or because he is Quebec’s Fly and Bait Casting Champion, or because he has twice won the Ontario All-round Casting Championship. We like Mr. Reddick because of what he has written in the article, “The Poor Fish,” which appears on page seventeen of this issue of Maclean's He has restored our faith in our own sense of values.
June 151940 July 151940