IN 1898 the theatre of British Columbia Police activities expanded to include far, new scenes. That was the first year of the epic trek to the Klondike-the most tragic, romantic and picturesque gold rush the world has ever seen; more so than those which preceded it, dramatic and important as they were.By N. de BERTRAND LUGRIN11 min
IT ISN'T like the old days when cereal was either oatmeal porridge or cornmeal mush. The poor grains have been through the mill since then—ground down, rolled flat, blown up and torn to shreds. But there are no hard feelings; they’re just having their faces lifted for the benefit of their breakfasting public.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL9 min
THE HARD-TIME twins of unemployment and relief form a combination rich as a fertilizer of new ideas and industry. Recently, a news-making occupation came to life in Edmonton when an ex-relief-camp worker canvassed downtown offices to drum up a clientele for his new cigarette lighter service.
IN TRANSPORTING express-freight by air, Canada holds a world record. Last year, operators of Canadian airways carried 26,439,224 pounds of freight. The year before, they carried 14,441,179 pounds. In 1933, only 4,205,901 pounds. The increase is impressive.
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