PAT TREDWAY hadn’t particularly wanted to accept his invitation to the house party the Fleetwoods were giving for the Davis Cup matches, but he hadn’t known exactly how to refuse. One reason, of course, which he wasn’t keen about admitting to himself, was that Trudy Warriner was to be there, and chances to be with her, or even to see her, were not lightly to be thrown away.By WILLIAM ALMON WOLFF26 min
Zonia had her own ideas, but they did not fit in, and this is the story of how she shaped her surroundings to that end. An interesting picture of new people and of new reactionsBy A. KURYLA BUCHINSKI26 min
OF COURSE men were thoughtless, they didn’t think, they didn’t understand, you knew that; you, as a woman, had to supply all the tact and coaxing and diplomacy, just “put up” with things and smile through them, above all, you must not be catty or nervy or snappy, or you become a shrew and a nagger, that bugbear of your sex....By MARJORIE BOWEN23 min
IN THIS the fifth week of this session of Parliament that was to be notable for its liveliness it is sadly admitted that there are more exciting places than the Hill at Ottawa. The debate on the Speech from the Throne had all its old-time dullness.By J. K. MUNRO17 min
AS THE penetrating searchlight is turned upon the extravagance of Dominion administrations, the excesses of some of the provinces are at the same time thrown into bold relief. Like father and son, Ontario with its Federal parent has been having a long and expensive “night out.”By J. M. ELSON12 min
IT IS no mere coincidence that Sir Joseph Flavelle and Henry Ford disclosed, almost simultaneously, the iniquities of the income tax excesses. These two men are outstanding in their own countries. Henry Ford in the United States and Sir Joseph Flavelle in Canada represent, broadly, creative and compelling power behind national enterprise.By HERBERT HOPE12 min
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