August 1, 1938

FICTION

Looms of Conflict

FICTION

Art and Elizabeth

FICTION

Just Like a Son

1819

FICTION

Looms of Conflict

In which a strike reaches its climax, new dangers threaten the whirring looms, and a Bradley marches on the Holcombs

1011

FICTION

Art and Elizabeth

Mr. Tierce called her a curlyhaired moron, but that was the day he had the toothache

1415

FICTION

Just Like a Son

Mrs. Pitts' son, Cyclone, rated top billing as a gorilla; to Myrtle he was just the world's prize sap

45

FICTION

The WRECK of the Zephyr

The fantastic story of a man who built a ghost railroad to nowhere

89

GENERAL ARTICLES

"Alky Racket

Alcohol smugglers and Mounted Police wage a perpetual battle of wits on the Quebec-U. S. border

1213

GENERAL ARTICLES

TrooPS and Troupers.

"Old never die"Nor Will the memory Of the theare of the trenChes

89

SPORT

I Don't Like Amazon Athletes

"Sorry, but in girls' sport I can't go for those violent, face-straining, bodyracking events some girls indulge in"

1213

GENERAL ARTICLES

Beverley Baxter LONDON LETTER

Jew Baiting in Vienna

1617

GENERAL ARTICLES

What a Climate!

If it isn’t the heat it’s the frigidity; if you’re not parched you’re drenched; the ideal climate simply doesn’t exist

4041

HUMOR

Parade

SINCERE congratulations are due Mr. E. E. (Ted) Bishop, ex-president of the Students’ Union of the University of Alberta, upon the recovery of his trousers. Well, anyway, a part of his trousers. Every so often an incident is reported to Parade dealing with the embarrassing predicaments of unhappy gentlemen who contrive to lose their nether garments in public places, but it is our considered opinion that, in all these annals, Mr.
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