The Toronto Daily Star did not publish on Christmas Day 1928, but the Toronto Globe did.
Among other things, this edition published Christmas greetings from Eaton’s and Simpson’s:
(By the way, I still find it hard to believe that Eaton’s and Simpson’s are both long gone now – when I was young, they seemed like they had been around forever and were impregnable.)
The paper also included assorted Christmas greetings from a variety of firms and enterprises:
In particular, I noticed that Professor R. L. Mulveney’s Remedies sent their greetings.
And, if you were lucky enough to receive a Christmas cheque from a wealthy relative, two separate piano dealers suggested that the best way to spend the dough was on a large musical instrument:
A third piano dealer was less direct – they just wished their readers the best of health and happiness during the Christmas season.
That was an unfortunate typo to list the firm’s name as being on “Blor” Street.