The King Steps Out THE Moore KING back Steps to the Out” screen brings in Grace high spirits and fine voice; and with her Franchot Tone, very handsome in an Imperial uniform, with his hair becomingly waved and windblown. Miss Moore plays the part of Princess Elizabeth of Bavaria and Franchot Tone that of the Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria, and the picture shows them in their early romantic youth.By ANN ROSS7 min
A CERTAIN Mr. Birge, of Toronto, spent a few days in Montreal recently and returned with _ awesome respect of hotel service in the metropolis. Having concluded the business which took him there, Mr. Birge decided that it would be nice for his wife and himself were he to invite some of their friends down to their suite at the Windsor.
Clean Up Politics A GREAT MANY factors in Quebec politics contributed to the fall of the Taschereau Government, but the sudden resignation of the premier was forced by charges of corruption and misuse of public money brought against appointees of his administration.
SHOULD YOU know of anyone organizing an expedition to Van Diemen's Land, or Thibet, or the South Pole, or Mars, I'd appreciate an opportunity of wangling a job with it for Hamish, our composing room messenger. This morning, Hamish, in the editorial presence, delivered himself of a slang term which irritates me.
SO YOU’RE going to travel this summer. I While the rest of us toil, you’ll be flitting from mountain to seashore and from lake to valley. More power to you, and may your travels be pleasant. To help make them pleasant, plan your wardrobe so that you have the utmost style crammed into the smallest travelling bag.By KATHLEEN MURPHY3 min
IN THIS specialized new world the problem of education is one on which parents spend many thoughtful hours. It is no longer simply a matter of sending one’s child to school and letting the State turn out a product finished in an average mold. Now we have learned that each child should not be set to the same task, nor should we expect all to learn easily the same lesson.By ALMA LAWRENCE CODE2 min
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