November 1, 1949

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LUCY MAKES MY LIVING

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THE BATTLE OF THE ST. LAWREHCE

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The Fabulous Fraud from Eastwood

LUCY MAKES MY LIVING 1011
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LUCY MAKES MY LIVING

Joe knew a guy is a fool to bite the dog that feeds him, until he met the blonde whose bark was worse than her bite
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THE BATTLE OF THE ST. LAWREHCE

The day U-517 slipped into the river was a sad day for the Allies. In six weeks it sank 11 ships on Canada's doorstep, took 286 lives
The Fabulous Fraud from Eastwood 1213
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The Fabulous Fraud from Eastwood

WHEN THE varnished and shiny landau of Mrs. Leroy S. Chadwick rolled regally down Cleveland’s Euclid Avenue people turned and stared. “The magnificent Mrs. Chadwick!” they would whisper, and the legend of her lavishness would pass from lip to lip.
Jeanne D’Arc And the Siren Sea 2021
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Jeanne D’Arc And the Siren Sea

JEAN-PAUL BEAUDET came home on a grey-white day when the east wind of spring was dirging in the bare trees. He got off the Quebec bus at the gates, hoisted his seaman’s bag on his shoulder, and whistling to cover the hammering of his own heart, swung down the home drive. It was two years, and a lifetime, and foreign lands and a lost boyhood ago, but still the old, white-painted stone house with its sloping roof and long windows stood just the same under the maples.
Jim Crow Lives in Dresden 89
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Jim Crow Lives in Dresden

Uncle Tom sleeps uneasily in Ontario’s Dresden where all men are not born equal, where his descendants can’t get a store haircut, a permanent wave, or a restaurant meal
The Loneliest Man in Canada 1617
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The Loneliest Man in Canada

He’s the solitary figure in the picture — a man who slew the wife he loved and paid for it with two months in the death cell and 12 long years in prison
Don’t Be Scared of Your Heart 1415
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Don’t Be Scared of Your Heart

Fables about heart disease can do you more harm than the disease itself, says this specialist. This is the truth about tickers
The Man Who Clipped the King 67
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The Man Who Clipped the King

With Gallic aplomb, “Red” Tasse is ready to prescribe for a king, advise a prime minister or trim your hair
The Dauntless Deacon of Cauliflower Row 1819
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The Dauntless Deacon of Cauliflower Row

Acrobats, marathon dancers, bailiffs and barflies, and always a stable of fighters, weave in and out of the checkered career of John Finlay Allen
CAN YOU TELL WHICH OF HER GEMS ARE REAL? 1617
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CAN YOU TELL WHICH OF HER GEMS ARE REAL?

SOME OF the jewels worn by Ann D’Arcy of Toronto in the picture on this page are valued at $6,000; other gems in her costume sell for as little as $6.50. Yet, on her, it all looks good. Can you tell which are real and which are phony? I’ll give you the answer at the end of this article so you can check your judgment against the facts.
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