BEAUTIES they were, famous for their complexion and shapeliness. Comely still; well preserved for their age, and with all the charm of a sweet disposition. It’s the dried-fruit family I’m talking about—raisins, prunes, figs, dates, peaches, apricots, apples and all their relations.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL9 min
MACLEAN'S statement (March 1st issue) of the position in which Canadian magazines were placed by the sudden removal, via the U.S.Canada trade treaty, of the tax on United States publications, has brought so many supporting letters from our readers that it is impossible to acknowledge them individually.
MODERN TIMES,” in spite of its awe-inspiring machinery and underlying significance, is really just an old-style Chaplin picture, and I don’t know what better anyone could ask. Its background has been brought up to date and considerably beyond, but Charlie himself hasn’t changed either his method or his madness.By ANN ROSS7 min
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