October 1, 1936

FICTION

The General Died at Dawn!

GENERAL ARTICLES

Floating Villages

FICTION

Bengal Interlude

The General Died at Dawn! 2021
FICTION

The General Died at Dawn!

A murder mystery adds further complications to this thrilling tale of war-torn China
Floating Villages 2425
GENERAL ARTICLES

Floating Villages

Out where British Columbia meets the Pacific there are entire villages of little grey homes on the wave
Bengal Interlude 1617
FICTION

Bengal Interlude

India today —the curse of caste —a native boy's desire to escape it —the poignant and terrifying adventure that followed
Explorer at a Moment’s Notice 2223
GENERAL ARTICLES

Explorer at a Moment’s Notice

WITHIN THE month of October a Canadian will receive the highest peace-time award granted by the United States Congress. lie is Alan Kenneth Innes-Taylor, the only man from this country who went with Admiral Byrd’s expeditions to the Antarctic.
Five Scenes from the Story of a Country House 67
FICTION

Five Scenes from the Story of a Country House

Mother domination-to what extent should a son or daughter submit to it ? In this unique and powerful story, the author throws new light on an age-old problem
Shots and Angles 2627
Shots and Angles

Shots and Angles

CHINA dramatization CLIPPER” of the inauguration, is a screen in 1935, of the China Clipper service between America and China, and so is both informative and dramatic. Perhaps it’s a little more informative than dramatic but that doesn’t hurt a picture once in a while; or an audience either.
Reconditioning the Old Heart 1213
FICTION

Reconditioning the Old Heart

Meet Wynn, the girl heart-mender; Hurry Cane, who drove a car like that; Betsy, the rubber king’s daughter who hid in a hut
Parade 5657
HUMOR

Parade

WE AREN’T much given to picking up hitch“ hikers along the highway, chiefly because if we are driving alone it is from choice rather than lack of company, and. unromantic as if may seem, we can think of several other people we would like to talk to than the average hitch-hiker we see along the road.
In the Editor's Confidence 23
In the Editor's Confidence

In the Editor's Confidence

FORECASTS of things likely to happen in the year 2139, even when made by men of science, for whom I have a profound respect, do not disturb me very much. Even when it is predicted, as it has been predicted, that by that date the entire population of the world will he completely crazy, I can still roll into bed and inside two minutes be sound asleep.
Are We Headed for the Madhouse ? 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

Are We Headed for the Madhouse ?

If mental disease continued to Increase at Its present rate there would be no sanity left in the civilized world by 2139
Confusion of Tongues 45
Maclean’s Editorials

Confusion of Tongues

THE NEWSPAPER furore created by Viscount Elibank’s suggestion that Canada ought to look to her aerial defenses and the curt rebuke adminis tered by Defense Minister Ian Alistair Mackenzie having subsided, we feel we ought to record the opinion of a certain Englishman concerning speeches made in England by Canadians.
The Great Barrier Is Conquered —Again 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

The Great Barrier Is Conquered —Again

Out in British Columbia the C.P.R is being built againfor the motion-picture dramatization of Macleans serial, "Track of Destiny"
What Happened at Berlin 1011
SPORT

What Happened at Berlin

"To my knowledge, no other team travelled at such little national expense to accomplish so much as did the Canadians"
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