OLD of HUTCH” a popular has movie—Wallace all the elements Beery, young love, sudden riches and a gangster finish. Nothing has been left out, not even the old-fashioned Beery nightshirt; so I can’t tell you why it was that, fond as 1 am of Mr. Beery, I found the picture dragging a good deal in places.By ANN ROSS6 min
CRANK INVENTORS and persons with grievances, whenever they think of something, make a beeline for the nearest newspaper office. Night editors of afternoon papers, lacking the protection atlorcied their colleagues who work in daylight, thus be come Department of General information and Advice.
THE WINDOWS of this office overlook Univer~ sity Avenue. All parades go up or come down University Avenue, so we have a c~rand view of all of them except the T. Eaton Company s Santa Claus Parade. The reason we have some difficulty in seeing the santa Claus Parade is that an hour or two before it appears the room is filled with children.
THE CONSTRUCTION gang foreman looked down the cut where his crew was tackling the tough rock with heavy picks, getting ready to blast. The track layers were right on his heels, pushing the new Canadian Pacific Railway westward to bridge the continent. The foreman’s eye fell on one man.By CHARLES VINCENT18 min
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