Here's one of the most unusual stories we've ever published— It's the story of a man who went to Heaven, of what he saw there, and of what happened when he wanted to come backBy Alberta Pierson Hannum19 min
SMOKE has cleared now from the Saskatchewan election battlefield, and the grass is beginning to sprout through the bare rib bones of Jimmy Gardiner’s shock troops, but memory of that disaster is green in Ottawa. Old-line veterans who straggled back, pale and shaken, in the great Retreat from Regina are still talking in hushed tones of what they went through.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK8 min
IF THE title of this column is to mean anything we must confide to you that at the moment of writing we don’t know whether or not the Invasion cables in this issue will include one from Lionel Shapiro, our own war correspondent with the Canadians in Normandy.
WHETHER from the inside looking out or vice versa, a well-dressed window is easy on the eyes. But from any vantage point we take a dim view of dirty panes and bedraggled hangings. Who wants to see through a glass darkly! Cleanliness in a curtain is one of its most desirable qualities.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL3 min
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