Newfoundland and Confederation Editor, MacLean’s: I read with much interest the article “Newfoundland Stands Aloof,” by the late Sir Patrick McGrath. I noticed that Sir Patrick only dealt with the disadvantages which appear to him that Newfoundland would be under, were she to become part of Canada, and does not say one word regarding the advantages she would receive by joining Confederation; which shows him to have been strongly prejudiced against Union.
TOMORROW in the great stadium! Zakrinos, the bullgrappler, stopped his weary donkey at the mouth of the gorge. His nostrils widened as he gazed across the clustering houses in the valley below him at the towering palace of Minos. Cnossos again! Cnossos, the city of Minos! And tomorrow he must pitch his skill against the choicest bulls of the Minos.By W. G. HARDY27 min
IS THE relative popularity of the common stock as a permanent investment vehicle likely to decline as a result of the recent stock market collapse? Many students of finance are giving thought to this problem, and opinions so far expressed differ radically.By A. W. BLUE9 min
MY YOUNG friend Margaret wrote me the other day to ask if I could get her a tiny apartment in the city. Margaret is a very new Bachelor of Arts, and has been offered what she is pleased to term “a swell job," which is to be her first attempt to earn a living.By MARY AGNES PEASE8 min
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