She was partridge-plump with shining hair and a red mouth made for love. No wonder the sad undertaker tried to take Marie from Joe. Then came the affair of the coffin that brought laughter and love and life to the villageBy PHYLLIS LEE PETERSON24 min
He was young in years but wise in the ways of women, so he played it safe, smart and light. That was his philosophy for love. After a lot of fun he ended up with his heart untouched, in one piece, and wrapped in shiny CellophaneBy DORIS McCUBBIN23 min
This frontier murderer, who specializes in eating his victims alive, is slaughtering moose, deer and cattle. But he lives in fear of Dan Dennison, who’d rather kill wolves than eatBy RICHMOND P. HOBSON17 min
IN THE spring of 1792 a leaky schooner, under command of a sick Spaniard named Don Jose Maria Narvaez and sailed by a crew of 30 starving Mexican peons, was wallowing up the gulf between Vancouver Island and the mainland. Narvaez, like Drake, Cook, Bering and many others, was looking for the Northwest Passage.By BRUCE HUTCHISON16 min
Dear Maclean’s. — Here’s the story about that Canadian who parlayed his first book into a nonstop radio serial and a smash hit on Broadway. It should be authentic — he wrote it himself. I mailed it myself though.By James Dugan15 min
I REGRET that in this letter I must draw a picture of the Old Country which is anything but pleasant to gaze upon. In fact, so serious is the subject that both Houses of Parliament, as well as the third parliament of the Press, are hotly debating it.By BEVERLEY BAXTER10 min
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