NO ONE can say whether or not the Government will be able to survive the rising tide of extremist opinion which is the crux of the second crisis the King administration has had to face since the plebiscite vote. The first crisis was a Cabinet affair.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK6 min
IT DOESN’T follow—as many people seem to think—that the hotter the weather the colder any meal should be. True, there’s more call for frosty refreshment but even at ninety-in-the-shade, or thereabouts, it’s not good business to go all-out in the opposite direction.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL5 min
The Prospect Before Us (Boyce, arr* Lambert): Sadler’s Wells Orchestra con" ducted by Constant Lambert (Victor M857 six sides). A charming recording. Lambert has, I imagine, tried to preserve as much of Boyce’s orchestral color as is possible.
THINGS like this always seem to be happening to us. The other evening we became embroiled in a discussion arising from an assertion that letter writing is a lost art. We were a Nay. The Ayes were convinced they had won. Next morning there came to us a copy of a letter written by a Canadian, C. E. Ross, to his mother in Vancouver.
Honest—Boss—“Can you write shorthand?” Pretty applicant—“Yes, sir; but it takes me longer.”—Kitchener Record. Double Header — The absentminded professor and his wife left their apartment to attend a lecture. While the wife pressed the elevator button the professor felt the top of his head.
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