August 15, 1940

FICTION

SUSAN

FICTION

The Day's Catch

FICTION

Murder Off Stage

SUSAN 45
FICTION

SUSAN

She was Quarrel by name; he was that way by nature. One of them had to change —But which?
The Day's Catch 1213
FICTION

The Day's Catch

They wouldn't play the murderer's game as he wanted it played, while they knew a trick to counter it
Murder Off Stage 1819
FICTION

Murder Off Stage

In this startling and unexpected climax Joel Saber proves that hokum can be as useful as fact in trapping a crafty murderer
CANADA and U.S. POLICY 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

CANADA and U.S. POLICY

Both Canada and the United States now realixe that they live on the same continent and, if necessary, must defend it together—Hutchison
What the Budget Means 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

What the Budget Means

lt's the spirit of the people which wins wars and makes great budgets possible
Fish From the Frontier 1617
GENERAL ARTICLES

Fish From the Frontier

From three thousand miles away on Lake Athabaska, fresh fish reach eastern tables in four days
CANADA and U.S. POLICY 89
GENERAL ARTICLES

CANADA and U.S. POLICY

Canada is a vital key to United States defense policy—Unless Canada is secure the U. S. is in jeopardy— Clapper
Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTERS 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Beverley Baxter's LONDON LETTERS

"Tell Him to Come On!"
Backstage at Ottawa 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

Backstage at Ottawa

THE GREAT pity of Ottawa these days is that so much of its action is backstage. Canada's greatest news story is not being told. Not being told, at any rate, with clarity, or with appeal. Ottawa is held by a veritable army of occupation. Generals and Colonels seem as plentiful as stenographers; technical advisers and consultants throng offices and hotels and clubs; orders pour out daily, swinging factories and mills into streamlined production; plans are completed in weeks whose details in normal times would have consumed years.
The Creamy Way 3839
Women and the Home

The Creamy Way

CREAMED dishes have a hundred and one variations—most of them economical and all of them good. They run the gamut from the simplest supper to swish refreshment for an evening party, from a plain accompaniment in the main course to the pièce de résistance of a meal, from one food served in a creamy sauce to a delicious medley of harmonizing ingredients.
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