Issue: 19321001

Saturday, October 1, 1932
October 1st 1932
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PONTIAC SIX
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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THERE MUST be tens of thousands of men and women in this land who think that Gordon Sinclair has absolutely the swellest job in the world. He is the Toronto Star's wandering reporter. For a few weeks each year he pores over maps looking for places with exciting names, and the remainder of the year is spent in going to them and having breath-taking adventures.
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FICTION
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Don't Tell the Children
The story of two people who learned that life is not a matter of money
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RUTH BURR SANBORN
I WON’T GO,” said Larry. He sat down hard in a straight chair, and his arms hung straight at his sides. Elizabeth lifted her shoulders in a gesture ever so slightly fainter than a shrug. She had expressive shoulders, scornful and enticing; a little thinner than they were, but very white and shapely under the faded negligée with the bands of real lace.
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FICTION
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Tt's the Girl!
Extracts from the diary of a young man who learned about woman's wiles in a somewhat astonishing manner
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C. CHANDLER
A FEW general remarks: Woman is the bane of man. But for woman a man could be a man, instead of the blind, crawling mole she makes him. Whenever I am goaded into giving utterance to such sentiments as the above, my sister Jean—she calls herself Jeanne—retorts that without woman man wouldn’t be anything.
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HUMOR
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So I Gave Up Bridge
Cheerful Eddie tells about his effort to make bridge a friendly game, and the dire result thereof
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EDGAR MARCH
THE lady looked over at me and I knew she was annoyed. This lady looked right across the bridge table at me, and she said: “My dear fellow, you must be an interesting man to live with.” I said nothing. I give you my word, I said absolutely nothing at all.
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He Spoke Her Language
The story of a girl who climbed for a thrill and tumbled into romance
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MARTHA BANNING THOMAS
MIRANDA STONE was not a linguist. It is doubtful if she could even pass an eight-grade grammar test, yet she specialized in a highly technical speech of her own. She knew the language of the lowered eyelash, the syntax of a shrug, the punctuation of pantomime, the gesture which seems to reveal everything while saying nothing.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Some Fun, Eh?
Canada’s most famous globe-trotter tells of his biggest thrills
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GORDON SINCLAIR
UP IN INDIA’S grim gash of death called the Khyber Pass, Britain's sentries prowl rocky beats with rifles chained and locked to their wrists, chained and locked again to their waists. The big idea is to stop hairy Himalayan looters from swooping down on the boys, cutting their hearts out—a favorite method of annihilation with the Afridis—and decamping with the rifle.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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The Rum Patrol
Running liquor into the Maritime Provinces has become a hazardous business since the new Government Preventive Service was inaugurated
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THOMAS WAYLING
THERE are thirsty souls a-plenty in the Garden of the Gulf; there’s an aridity in the Maritimes such as the Bluenoses never knew before. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have undertaken to keep Prince Edward Island dry, and Nova Scotia and New Brunswick only just as moist as the liquor laws allow.
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THE BOXER OF POMPEII
The story of Pugnax, the Thracian, who loved as fiercely as he fought
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W. G. HARDY
THE sun of a morning long since past thrust its rim above the serrated hills and stared down at the green shores and iridescent waters of the gulf, the gulf that stretched below the city which the Romans knew as Neapolis, the new city—called new because it was so old.
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SPORT
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What Happened at Los Angeles?
An Olympic Post Mortem
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H. H. ROXBOROUGH
ONLY a few weeks ago, nearly 2,000 men and women, athletic ambassadors from thirty-nine nations, marched into the colossal Los Angeles Stadium and stood, with flags flying, while the Vice-President of the United States proclaimed the opening of the Tenth Olympiad of the Modem Era.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Thirteen Years After
Valenciennes and Mons revisited—Journey's end and the last shot—Conclusion
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WILL R. BIRD
Continued from page 21
THE route to Mons is a pretty drive but reveals few traces of the war. The old places are very quaint and the villages are clean, while in each one you can hear stories more vivid than any fiction. A few ruins are by the way as you leave Cambrai, before you reach the big château.
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FICTION
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The Fourth Dagger
Mystery deepens; a woman betrays fear and a sleuth discovers that bluff's a game that two can play
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LUKE ALLAN
I WAS getting fed up with Muldrew’s mystification. “In another room,” I reminded him, “a lot of people are dying to clear things up, Gordy.” “Especially a pretty girl,” he grinned, and I. the fool, felt myself blushing. “All right, Tiger, let’s face it.”
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CAMPBELL SOUP COMPANY LTD
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CAMPBELL SOUP COMPANY LTD
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Fish Tales
True stories about that weird and wonderful performance known as angling
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IN THE spring of 1914 two of us were out in a boat on the Saint John River, drifting for shad. We were using a seine twenty fathoms long and about three and a half fathoms deep. We were on the fishing grounds opposite the old Government House, Fredericton, N.B. The night was very dark and suitable for shad fishing.
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REVOEW of REVIEWS
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The Conference Is Reviewed
Leading Empire Journals Commend the Economic Results Achieved at Ottawa
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REGARDING the Imperial Economic Conference recently held at Ottawa, the prevailing opinion in Great Britain is that considerable good was accomplished. The Times (London) states: "The Imperial Economic Conference has been faced with a whole series of difficult problems.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Are Cathedrals Really Efficient?
Bishop of Gloucester Doubts That English Ones Justify Money Spent on Them
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THAT the great cathedrals of England are not used as efficiently as they might be is the opinion of the Bishop of Gloucester, who is reported by Public Opinion (London) as having stated: “Undoubtedly, compared with a hundred years ago, the cathedrals do their work more efficiently.
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CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED
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CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED
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BOVRIL
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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THE AGES OF WOMEN
In the trusting twenties the beauty code should be two parts of prevention to one of cure
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CONSTANCE TEMPLETON
FROM the ’teens to thirty-five, a French costumier warned his clients lately, are a woman’s most delightful and most dangerous years. Youth and age are material and should be treated as material, but in youth no one believes it. The beauty code for the young woman should always be two parts of prevention to one of cure—if the ages of women are to maintain the pleasant boundary lines they have established in the last fifty years or so.
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YOUR SAVINGS
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Grain Companies Enter Busiest Season
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R. D. GILPIN-BROWN
WITH the annual harvesting of the wheat crop, holders of securities in grain elevator companies watch the situation closely, for the size, quality, and movement of the crop all have a definite bearing on operations of their companies. A substantial portion of their earnings is made in the course of the next few months.
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HOTELS STATLER
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HOTELS STATLER
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Wit and Wisdom
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Reprieve
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Oh, once I adored you,—quite madly, in fact!— Then, ,callously, wilfully cast you aside To favor another. Ah, well, that is done! I have come back to you, humbled in pride. What do I care if they eye you askance, Smile at your strange, clinging ways now and then?
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Birds of a Feather—A psychologist says that bores make the best listeners. It’s the bore that helps the bore.—Passing Show (London). Second Best—“Marriage is a lottery with very few prizes.” Of course it is. The best man never gets the bride.—Calgary Herald.
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Thirteen Years After—Replies to Queries
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J. K. MacDonald, Sydney, N.S. Yes, there is a cemetery on Tara Hill at the Somme. It is called the Bapaume Post and is the first cemetery on the Bapaume Road. There are some wooden crosses in it that have been brought in from the battlefield. There is one to some Australian engineers, and one, I think, to the 14th Battalion.
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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The C. P. Co.
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The C. P. Co.
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