December 15, 1945

GENERAL ARTICLES

Christmas — or Paganism?

FICTION

The Triumph of Mr. Hathaway

GENERAL ARTICLES

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

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GENERAL ARTICLES

Christmas — or Paganism?

"The Christian idea ... or primeval paganism in modern clothes? That is the sovereign question which faces us."
The Triumph of Mr. Hathaway 89
FICTION

The Triumph of Mr. Hathaway

Mr. Hathaway's scheme to foil Dan Cupid certainly exploded ... like a shotgun with a plugged muzzle
BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

BACKSTAGE AT OTTAWA

Ammunition All Aboard For Assault On Cartels
CONQUEST IN REVERSE 1011
GENERAL ARTICLES

CONQUEST IN REVERSE

The Germans are turning our troops against our Allies ... "Our Governments have failed in their duty," says Shapiro
BEVERLEY BAXTER'S LONDON LETTER 1415
GENERAL ARTICLES

BEVERLEY BAXTER'S LONDON LETTER

Lest We Forget
IF CHRISTMAS COMES 2021
FICTION

IF CHRISTMAS COMES

Elizabeth's gift to Price couldn't be hung on any Christmas tree, but it was what he wanted most
Party Dress 1213
FICTION

Party Dress

The story of a daughter who yearned for a dream dress and a gallant mother who knew the meaning of sacrifice
BULL FIDDLE 1213
GENERAL ARTICLES

BULL FIDDLE

A "monstrosity of spruce, maple, gut and glue," the bass viol is making a world comeback ••• Try to find an orchestra without one
BIG LITTLE BOOKS 67
GENERAL ARTICLES

BIG LITTLE BOOKS

Pocket editions have caused a revolution in bookdom.. At the price of a good cigar the corner store is selling "whodunits" or Shakespeare by the millions
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HUMOR

Parade

THE GRIN AND BARE IT SECTION
The Windsor Strike and Union Security 0_21
Editorials

The Windsor Strike and Union Security

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.
IT’S A WHALE 1819
GENERAL ARTICLES

IT’S A WHALE

Twelve tons at birth, the blue whale grows to be the biggest animal alive, gulps shrimps by the carload . . . and delivers 10,000 horsepower to its tail
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IN THE Editors' Confidence

IN THE Editors' Confidence

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.
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