July 15, 1950

Fiction

The Lady Is AFRAID

A Maclean’s Flashback

THE MEN WHO TRIED TO CAPTURE CANADA

Fiction

FIRE THAT Redhead!

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Fiction

The Lady Is AFRAID

HOW ARE they treating you?” I asked, without thinking. He looked up at me with those blank eyes. “Fine,” he said. “Just fine. When I’m a good boy I get a nice walk on the grounds. Beautiful grounds. But don’t step on the grass, or a guard will yell at you.”
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A Maclean’s Flashback

THE MEN WHO TRIED TO CAPTURE CANADA

In the greatest farce in secret-service history Franz von Papen and Karl Boy-Ed hatched a comic opera plot to carry the Kaiser's war to Canada
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Fiction

FIRE THAT Redhead!

She was sweet and reasonable as most young wives go. She took an interest in his career as an artist as long as he painted innocent apples and shapely vases and dead fish. But redheaded models are not still life. They are dynamite
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THE SOUTHAMS — CONCLUSION

Papers, Pickets and Profits

Fighting circulation wars, getting into trouble with organized labor, always expanding, the Southam chain makes more money than ever
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Articles

The Vassar Girl From Saskatoon

Casual clothes (dad’s old shirt is fine) are proud possessions among the girls at this school on the Hudson. They’re proud, too, of their attractive dean, who once worked for a Toronto bakery. She says: “Democracy takes a lot of your time”
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Articles

How Gold Thieves Get Away With Millions

The high-grading racket has its roots deep in the rich mines of northern Canada. The payoff is sometimes in New York, or even Morocco, at the end of a trail of graft, hijacking and murder
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Articles

PAINLESS CHILDBIRTH— SOMETIMES

Though more and more doctors see merit in the Read system of avoiding labor pains many still insist that anaesthesia and surgery at the actual birth are important to the welfare of the mother
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Articles

Castor the Canuck Makes a Comeback

Time was when you wouldn’t have given a beaver’s dam for his chance of survival, but our one-time national emblem is making a triumphant return
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Articles

Another FDR Heads for the White House

Though he faces tough and bitter enemies young Frank Roosevelt might become the first Canada-born President
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Articles

This Is How Mamma Planned It

Ida Steinberg had five sons, $200 and an idea. Now her boys have 28 groceterias which are among the best on the continent, and gross about $60 millions a year. None of which would have surprised Mamma in the least
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