September 15, 1936

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The General Died at Dawn!

GENERAL ARTICLES

Why not try Work?

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Top of the Ladder

The General Died at Dawn! 1819
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The General Died at Dawn!

Start now to read this thrilling serial of mystery, intrigue and adventure on the China Coast
Why not try Work? 2021
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Why not try Work?

"The cure to unemployment," says this engineer, "is simple. It is to go to work. And there is nothing difficult about it."
Top of the Ladder 1213
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Top of the Ladder

The story of a man who possessed everything—wealth, love, achievement—and yet was swept into a tragic predicament by his want of wanting
Honorable Buffalo 67
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Honorable Buffalo

Why did Captain Howard abandon his ship and the girl he was to wed? The answer took Patience Cole on a quest the East still marvels at
The Field of the Haws 1617
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The Field of the Haws

'Twas Patrick Keagan who tipped his hat to a seal and found that nonsense is not to be taken from life as gold is taken from the sunset
What Is the Separate School Question 1011
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What Is the Separate School Question

A setting forth of the essential facts in a century-old issue and of conflicting viewpoints
Down to the Lakes in Ships 1415
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Down to the Lakes in Ships

A great port 2,000 miles from the sea—The most travelled freshwater traffic-way in the world—And the men and ships which service it
Pigskin Imports 1011

Pigskin Imports

Are we heading toward an All-American Canadian football team?
London Letter 1415
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London Letter

IT IS four o’clock in the morning. In a few minutes dawn will begin to streak its way over Westminster Bridge. The inky, restless Thames will turn a sickly grey, like some creature of the night that cannot face the day. There will be a faint rumble like thunder in the mountains as the first omnibus rolls across the Bridge.
Maclean's Editorials 45
Maclean's Editorials

Maclean's Editorials

RADICAL ORATORS and politicians who angle for the favor of Labor make much of the so called concentration of wealth, the “spider web of money power," the “bond-slaves of the money barons." They cultivate the idea that the masses are compelled to toil for the benefit of a few bloated millionaires.
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