March 1, 1936

Tarnished Heritage

FICTION

The Noble Lord

FICTION

Heart Like a Hotel

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Tarnished Heritage

CARTERET ceased the pantomime with which he had diverted their attention while the girl did the old duenna’s bidding. He said: “Again I’m sorry. But one thing leads to another. You,” he ordered Dick, “put down that gun where I can reach it and back up against the wall.”
The Noble Lord 67
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The Noble Lord

New Brunswick woodsmen bow to the memory of an Englishman with a monocle
Heart Like a Hotel 1213
FICTION

Heart Like a Hotel

WHAT? You don’t know Gordon Normandy? Surely you’ve seen him about—tall, blonde, slender. Lean hands and face. Proud bearing. A little wild-eyed. Sort of an impoverished aristocratic look, if you follow. Can’t place him? Then you must know him by his work.
Will Canada Support Britain? 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

Will Canada Support Britain?

"Self-interest as well as sentiment suggest that we should support Britain in the present crisis"
I Was a Stunt Pilot 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

I Was a Stunt Pilot

Thrills, spills and stills from the life of a stunt flier of the early '20's
To Die by Bread 2223
FICTION

To Die by Bread

Proving again in that a man who plans murder can't foresee everything
A Legacy of Character 2425
GENERAL ARTICLES

A Legacy of Character

The story of the Molson family, business builders for 150 years
London Letter 2021
GENERAL ARTICLES

London Letter

USUALLY WHEN the British Parliament rises for the Christmas vacation the spirit of good will and the prospect of good feeding dominate the scene. There is much fraternizing among all ranks on both sides and the wounds of debate are forgotten.
Ice Hockey, By Jove! 1415
SPORT

Ice Hockey, By Jove!

Big rinks, big crowds, imported players—hockey is booming in Britain
Trail Breaker 2425
FICTION

Trail Breaker

Youth and old age clash in drama on a mountain-top
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