STRIKES in Windsor, Ont., have cost the community more than $3½ millions in wages never paid out, a total which in the latter days of the strike was rising at the rate of $140,000 a day. Twenty thousand families were without income for varying periods, living on savings or on union relief.
WE HOPE our cover for this issue appeals to you as much as it did to us when we received Artist Franklin Arbuckle’s original canvas. Christmas was still well over the horizon then, but his painting brought it for the moment very near. While the village of the picture has no actual counterpart, we think you’ll agree with us that Mr. Arbuckle has captured with remarkable success the Christmas Eve atmosphere of a typical small Canadian community.By The Editors3 min
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