Issue: 19140401

Wednesday, April 1, 1914
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MACLEAN'S
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0001.xml
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0002.xml
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The Sanol Manufacturing Co. of Canada, Ltd.
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The Sanol Manufacturing Co. of Canada, Ltd.
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0003.xml
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The MacLean Publishing Co.
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The MacLean Publishing Co.
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0004.xml
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5,6,7,142,143
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Speeding Through Solid Rock
The Engineer’s Story of Mount Royal Tunnel where 1,000 Men Traveling 1,100 feet per Month Met on a Perfect Centre
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S. P. BROWN
THE happiest moment in the building of a tunnel is that moment when the last shot has been fired, and the two headings meet. There is thrill in that moment, even for the most practised tunnel-builder, because calculate and plan as we will, correct our lines and check our calculations as we may, we are, up to that moment, always obsessed with the idea that we may have gone wrong, and that our two headings, one coming and the other going, may fail to meet with the accuracy that we desire.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0005.xml
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8,9,10,139,140,141
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Burned Out
A Stirring Tale of Strife for a Woman’s Love
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ROBERT E. PINKERTON
AS the middle of the winter approached Tom Grassett admitted that his friends had been right, that a trapper’s cabin, north of Lac Seul, was no place for a woman who had been accustomed only to the settlements far to the south. He saw it in the half wistful, half resigned air of his wife when he left each morning.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0006.xml
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Will Time Solve the Enigma of India?
A Glimpse Into the Future of the Storm Centre of the Empire
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THE BLACKSMITH
THE race to maintain Britain’s supremacy of the seas has been when all is said and done a grand thing for the Empire. Looking beyond the staggering array of figures that represent the cost of new armaments one sees that the naval crisis has awakened a new spirit of Imperial unity, that the bonds binding the colonies to the Mother Country have been immeasurably strengthened.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0007.xml
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14,15,16,135,136,137,138
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The Doubling of Heyward West
A Mystery Story Arising Out of the Murder of a Famous Railroad Engineer
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T. B. COSTAIN
THE Newton avenue tragedy occurred on the stormiest night that Ottawa had known in a decade. It had snowed all day and at eight p.m. the north-west wind began to sweep through the streets with the relentless fury and driving force of a gale, turning the falling snow into crystals of ice and whirling them into the faces of the hardy few who ventured forth like a storm of miniature shot from the artillery of Aeolus.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0008.xml
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The Romance of the Taschereaus
A Remarkable French-Canadian Family, whose Members have been Conspicuous in the Public Life of the Country for Nearly Two Centuries
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W. A. CRAICK
IT was in the year 1726, during one of the short spells of peace the warracked French colony enjoyed, that the first Taschereau landed in Canada. Thomas Jacques Taschereau, Sieur de Sapaille, came to the colony as secretary to Claude Dupuy, the Intendent of New France at that time.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0009.xml
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STUFF of EMPIRE
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G. FREDERICK CLARKE
FASTENED securely to the ammunition wagon at Durban by Private Jones, of the Royal Canadian Field Artillery, the stove had been the jest of the whole battery and its six-foot-one and-broad-in-proportion owner, the recipient of a great deal of good-natured banter.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0010.xml
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Schultz and Strathcona: Empire Builders
The Parts Played by Two Strong Men in the Early History of the West
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REV. R. G. MacBETH
A LAND of impossibilities where men were fighting through the barriers that nature had erected against them; a land where racial passions ran high and where, unknown perhaps to them, strong men fought for the possession of a mighty empire.
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Olden Ways
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Amy E. Campbell
You who loved the ways of sunset, Heard the symphony of pines— Dreamily through the haze of autumn Searched the far hills’ purple lines; You who loved the lazy drifting Of the great white snowflakes, fall; Traced the bare trees’ dainty network Gainst the blue sky over all;
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0012.xml
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27,28,113,114,115
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The Five Hundred to One Shot
How the Prodigal Son Regained Favor by Cracking a Safe
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CLEMENT BANCROFT
MADGE MacBETH
WHEN James Woodside Langdon struck the Monte Cristo saloon in Dawson on that memorable December night in ’98, everything was ‘wide open.’ The kaleidoscopic scene brought a pleasurable thrill to the jaded globe-trotter of twenty-six, and he stood just inside the doorway a long time, merely an onlooker, without making any attempt to join in the hilarity.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0013.xml
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29,30,31,32,115,116,117,118,119,120,121,122,123,124,125,126,127,128
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Spanish Gold
The Story of a Search for Treasure on the Coast of Ireland, and the Amusing Situations which Arose
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GEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
"WELL, he wasn’t. He was simply looking for you. Now Higginbotham, the question is simply this: will you go or will you not? I’d go myself in a minute, only I thought you’d like to get the chance. I’ve nothing to gain by being civil to Sir Giles, but you have.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0014.xml
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What Canada has Done for the Stage
No. 1 Margaret Anglin
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MARGARET BELL
SOMEONE was dodging the photographers. Someone in a prosperity coat and luxury furs. The place of dodging was the Toronto Horse Show. The photographers paid their respective rents by salary envelopes extracted from six daily papers.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0015.xml
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Courtship Incog
How John Terris Competed Against Himself for the Girl he Loved—and Won
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QUENTIN QUARREN
FOR five years John Robinson Terris had given every waking moment to the building of railroads, the development of mines, and the financing of a succession of huge enterprises. His complete absorption had brought two results: the accumulation of a large fortune and a decidedly serious breakdown in health.
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Where Sturdy Canadianism is Built on Military Training
A Review of the Work that is being done at the Royal Military College of Canada
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C. J. MORRIS
IN days which have seen the establishment of The Hague Tribunal and the start of a world-wide peace propaganda, it may seem paradoxical to assert that a military training is the best foundation for a business career. As proof of the statement, however, the remarkable record of the Royal Military College of Canada can be cited.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0017.xml
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Wealth of the Blackfoot Brave
A Tribe of Red Men Controlling More Wealth per Capita than any other Race
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W. McD. TAIT
DOTTED all over the prairies of Western Canada are lands set apart for the use of the aboriginal inhabitants of this Dominion when treaty was made with the Indians after the North-West Rebellion. On most of these reserves agricultural enterprises have been inaugurated by the Department of Indian Affairs through their agents resident with the Indians.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0018.xml
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The Stormy Petrel of the German Press
A Literary Futurist, an Incurable Iconoclast, is Maximilian Harden
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FREDERIC W. WILE
EMPEROR reign has been WILLIAM’S singularly devoid of scandal. The private lives of himself and his large family are an unblemished record of exemplary living. The tongue of gossip has never busied itself with the Kaiser in an unworthy connection.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0019.xml
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A Review of Reviews
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Queen Mary as Housekeeper
The Virtue of Domesticity is Exemplified in Our Queen
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THERE are probably many thousands of British subjects in different parts of the Empire who have little or no conception of the ordinary homelike characteristics and virtues of the Royal Couple whose lot it has been to be placed at the head of the most widelyextended realm the world has yet seen.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0020.xml
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A Review of Reviews
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THE ROCK TOMBS OF MEDIAN-I-SALIH
A Description of Some Remarkable Arabian Monuments
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A DESCRIPTION of the railway journey from Damascus to Medina forms the subject of a paper in the Geographical Journal by Frank G. Clemow. This includes a description of the remarkable sandstone rocks and of the rock tombs of this part of Arabia.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0021.xml
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A Review of Reviews
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HAVE WE LIVED BEFORE?
Striking Evidence in Support of the Theory of Reincarnation
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THE vast majority of people have at one time or another in their lives, experienced the curious sensation of being certain they have seen before some person or place, although they know as a fact that thy are seeing that person or place for the first time in their life— their present life, at all events.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0022.xml
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A Review of Reviews
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THE RICHEST NATION IN EUROPE
German Financier Claims Germany Stands First
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ONE of Germany's must interesting personalities is Dr. Carl Helfferich, a director of the Deutsche Bank, professor, diplomatist and traveler, who writes big books as easily as he writes cheques. “Germany's National Wealth, 1888—1913,” is the title of his latest book, which is at the present time being quoted with much self-congratulation on the part of many Germans.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0023.xml
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A Review of Reviews
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TOXIC FATIGUE IN SCHOLARS
Boys Stop Growing and Examinations are Comparable to Severe Illnesses
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THAT school life involves certain physical dangers to the child is clearly shown in an article by Lewis M. Terman, of Stanford University, in the Popular Science Monthly. The results of experiments made by some sixteen eminent medical men of various nationalities are collated and the results noted.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0024.xml
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TORONTO FURNITURE COMPANY, LIMITED
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TORONTO FURNITURE COMPANY, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0025.xml
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0027.xml
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The MacLean Publishing Co., Limited
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The MacLean Publishing Co., Limited
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0028.xml
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51,52,53
A Review of Reviews
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WHEN THE KING GIVES A DANCE
How a State Ball at Buckingham Palace is Managed
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DURING the London "season” one reads in the paper of a State Ball being held at Buckingham Palace, says a writer in Pearson’s Weekly. Following the announcement is a descriptive report of the festivities. But one never reads an inside account of how these big functions are organized.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0029.xml
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0031.xml
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ONWARD MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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ONWARD MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0032.xml
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0034.xml
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53,54
A Review of Reviews
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LORD COWDRAY: THE BRITISH OIL KING
The Man who put the Standard Oil Crowd Out of Business in Mexico
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RETICENT, inaccessible, fifty-seven years old, Weetman Dickinson Pearson, who became Lord Cowdray but a few years ago, is the only man who ever beat the Standard Oil Company, says Current Opinion. He achieved the feat in Mexico by under-selling the American concern until they retired with losses said to reach many millions.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0035.xml
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54,55,56,57
A Review of Reviews
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SHOCKLESS OPERATIONS
One of the Last Perils of Surgery Removed
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Dr. Marden
THE year 1913 witnessed the general introduction of a new word into surgical literature, says Burton J. Hendrick in the Strand Magazine. This new word is “anoci-association.” A mysterious, even a barbarous, word it seems to most of us. The nineteenth century, however, witnessed the coining of two other words, both of them, in the early days, rather difficult and puzzling.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0039.xml
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A Review of Reviews
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Useful New Invention
Enables Anyone to Play Piano or Organ Without Lessons
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A Detroit musician has invented a wonderful new system which enables any person or little child to learn to play the piano or organ in one evening. Even though you know absolutely nothing about music or have never touched a piano or organ, you can now learn to play in an hour or two.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0040.xml
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0045.xml
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HORROCKSES, CREWDSON & CO.. LTD.
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HORROCKSES, CREWDSON & CO.. LTD.
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0046.xml
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0047.xml
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A Review of Reviews
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The Cure of Consumption
Asthma, Bronchitis and Nasal Catarrh
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THE reader’s particular attention is directed to the “special inhalation” treatment for the cure of consumption which is so well known in England as the “Alabone” treatment. It is now possible for consumptives in the Dominion to avail themselves of the advantages of Dr. E. W. Alabone’s research, which has resulted in effecting a permanent cure in thousands of cases extending over a period of forty years.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0048.xml
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A Review of Reviews
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CURING NOISE IN A CONCRETE BUILDING
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WITH buildings of concrete construction used for office purposes noise is often a very annoying feature, more especially so on floors devoted to general offices where large unbroken rooms occur, often sparsely furnished, and having relatively a few people working in them compared with the size of the Under such conditions the sounds produced by people walking about, or shuffling their feet on the concrete floor, by typewriters, or even from talking, are greatly enhanced and echo very badly.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0049.xml
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The Oliver Typewriter Co.
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The Oliver Typewriter Co.
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0050.xml
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0051.xml
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0053.xml
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A Review of Reviews
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THE SCIENCE OF STREET TRAFFIC
Fifty Million Dollars Time-value Saved Yearly in One City by Traffic Regulation
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THE regulation of street traffic is a problem which has not yet assumed very serious proportions in Canadian cities, but it is one which with the rapid increase in population will before long give us an opportunity of profiting by the experiences of the great cities of other countries.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0054.xml
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The Quaker Oats Company
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The Quaker Oats Company
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0055.xml
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0057.xml
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A Review of Reviews
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M. VENIZELOS
The Strong Man of Greece and His Eventful Tenure of Office
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"LET me have five years of office, your Majesty, and I will give you a new Greece,” said Eleutherios Venizelos to King George when he took charge of national affairs in 1910. In less than three years he had redeemed his promise, says the London Daily Chronicle.
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0058.xml
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A Review of Reviews
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A WOMAN WHO RUNS A GREAT NEWSPAPER
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Dr. Marden
WOMEN of high social position probably have more political influence in England than in any other country in the world. And one of the most powerful of them all, by general consent, is Lady Bathurst, the beautiful proprietress of the Morning Post, which is one of the most influential Conservative newspapers in England.
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A Review of Reviews
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RHYTHM AS A NERVE RESTORER
Description of a New Cure for Breakdowns of the Nervous System
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NEURASTHENIA, says Jaques Dalcroze, the originator of the new system of Eurhythmics, is often nothing else than intellectual confusion produced by the inability of the nervous system to obtain from the muscular system regular obedience to the order from the brain.”
Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0064.xml
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The Quaker Oats Company
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The Quaker Oats Company
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0065.xml
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The T. Upton Company, Limited
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The T. Upton Company, Limited
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0066.xml
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Maclean's_19140401_0027_006_0067.xml
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A Review of Reviews
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THE WATER-AEROPLANE
Rapid Development on New Flying Machine
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IN view of the great size and speed of the present-day hydro-aeroplane, how very difficult it is to believe that the forerunner of this type of aerial craft, the first successful waterplane, was constructed only three years ago! And yet such is the case, says a writer in Chambers’s Journal.
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A TEMPERANCE LESSON FROM EUROPE
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AN eminent temperance worker, Dr. Wilbur F. Crafts, writing in the Continent (Chicago) states that despite the widely forbidden sale of liquor in the United States, the latter country is nevertheless consuming more liquor per capita every year, while in Europe, where “everybody drinks,” the consumption of intoxicants is decreasing.
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A Review of Reviews
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WOMEN IN BABYLON
Astonishing Liberality of Laws Relating to Women 4,000 Years Ago
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IN the course of excavations made at Susa, the site of the ancient city of the Persian kings, during the past few years by the French Government, a stone obelisk of black diorite has been discovered, on which is engraved the celebrated “Hammurabi” code of laws compiled by Hummurabi, King of Babylon somewhere about the year 2000 B.C.
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A Review of Reviews
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DISCUSSED FOR THREE CENTURIES
But the Foundation of the French Academy was not Laid in Three Days
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FOR three centuries past there have been frequent discussions as to the possibility of founding an Academy of Letters for Great Britain and the Colonies, but it was not until June, 1910, that a modest and partial experiment in this direction was successfully made, writes Edmund Gosse in the Edinburgh Review.
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A Review of Reviews
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THE PALACE OF PEACE
Is the Abolition of War an Idle Dream?
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THE ideas expressed by a writer in Blackwood's Magazine on the subject of war sound somewhat reactionary at the present time. Speaking of the Palace of Peace which has lately been opened at the llague, he says:— But is the object just and true? Is any object just and true which refuses to accept the familiar facts of life, and which deliberately menaces the safety of our Empire for the mere pleasure of supporting a fallacy? The first argument of the “peacemakers” is an economic argument.
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A Review of Reviews
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THE PASTEUR INSTITUTE
History and Description of the Famous Institute by Professor Metchnikoff an Assistant Director and Former Colleague of Pasteur
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THE twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Pasteur Institute has lately been celebrated. The time is therefore opportune for a review of the work which it has up to the present accomplished, and no one could be found more capable of performing this task than Professor Elie Metchnikoff, sousdirecteur of the Institute and the oldest of Pasteur’s colleagues, who in Lectures Pour Tous gives us an account of the work of which he has been an eye-witness.
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A Review of Reviews
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THE FINE ROMANCE OF THE EARL MARSHAL OF GREAT BRITAIN
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THE House of Lords, says Cassel’s Saturday Journal, has an ex-Postmaster-General there—two, as a matter of fact—of whom the unrememhered one is the Duke of Norfolk. His position at the Coronation of two Sovereigns of Great Britain has given the Duke so commanding a standing in our national life that it causes a smile when one thinks of him, Earl Marshal, premier Duke of Great Britain, acting as the chief of our postmen, one of the most thankless and undecorative offices in the gift of the Cabinet.
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A Review of Reviews
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A GREATER THAN PANAMA
Secretary Lane Plans to Make the Development of Alaska a Public Work
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A PUBLIC work greater by far than the Panama Canal has been outlined by Mr. Lane, secretary of the Interior Department of the United States Government, says The American Magazine, in his report to President Wilson. It is a bold proposition, calculated to take hold upon the imagination of the American people.
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A Review of Reviews
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THE AMERICANIZATION OE CHINA
The United States Endeavoring to Capture China’s Trade
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TO stand in the main street of any Chinese city and to see all that you look at will most probably impress you that the Americanization of China is at hand. I think there is no doubt about it, says the Daily Chronicle, London, Eng. Perhaps in the far interior, where Americans have not pushed their way to any great extent, there is not apparent, as yet, any strong American element; but here in the cities it is unmistakable, and there it will not be absent for long.
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THE INVINCIBLE RENOVATOR MFG. CO., LIMITED
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THE INVINCIBLE RENOVATOR MFG. CO., LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING CO., LIMITED
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84,85,86,87
A Review of Reviews
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THE IMPERIAL NATURALIZATION BILL
A Canadian Naturalized British Subject will now be a British Subject in any part of the World
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SOME months ago the Canadian Government announced that the corrected draft of the Imperial Naturalization Bill had been approved by the Canadian Government. Thus the last obstacle appears to have been removed from the path of a long-delayed reform, the accomplishment of which will mark a further step towards Imperial unity.
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A Review of Reviews
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WHY SEARCH FOR SOUTH POLE
Sir Ernest Shackleton Talks of His Great Antarctic Expedition
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A QUESTION that is frequently asked by many people is what good can be done by further Arctic or Antarctic expeditions? In Pearson’s Weekly Sir Ernest Shackleton replies to this question. You ask me what good I hope to do by a further Antarctic expedition, he says.
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A Review of Reviews
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CIRCULATION-TWENTY MILLION
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IF asked what writer of the present day had the greatest circulation, your thoughts would probably fly to some well-known novelist. But the men whose words reach the biggest public are the men who write the paragraphs found in most British and foreign papers and signed “Reuter,” and which are read by probably at least 20,000,000 people.
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A Review of Reviews
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THE KING OF ENCYCLOPEDIAS
A Chinese Work Consisting of 11,000 Volumes that would Stagger Solomon
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THE Encyclopedia Britannica consisting of twenty-eight volumes, which most people regard as a library in itself fades into insignificance when compared with the Chinese encyclopedia which originally numbered 11,100 volumes and was a unique work in possession of the Emperor.
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A Review of Reviews
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JAPAN AND SOUTH AMERICA
Are the Japanese and South Americans Kindred Races?
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WRITING in the Paris Figaro, Ferrero, the eminent Roman historian upholds the view that the South American Indians and the Japanese are kindred races, and he looks forward to their eventual alliance, if not amalgamation. He relates how Diaz, late president of Mexico, received from the Mikado a dispatch saluting him as “the ruler of a brother state" that is, a land populated by the same race.
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A Review of Reviews
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A PEASANT REVOLT IN ITALY
A Country in which the Estate Owners are Feudal Lords as in A.D. 1,200
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IN a small mountain town called Paliano, near Rome, occurred a short time ago one of those peasant revolts for which Italy—particularly middle and southern Italy—was once so famous. Those revolts, says the Neueste Nachrichten, of Munich, had much more reremblance to the German Peasant War than to the French Revolution ; for the poor Italian peasants desired no passionately, announced “Rights of Man" or similar fine things; they desired only a little air and bread, so as to live and not actually starve to death.
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY
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A Review of Reviews
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THE FIRST ENGLISH GEISHA
An Event Hitherto Unheard of which has Just Happened in Japan
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AN Englishwoman who was formerly teacher in Korea and later a police interpreter at Sapporo presented herself recently, say the Daily Mirror. London, Eng., at the Yokohama municipal office and applied for a licence to become a geisha. Such an application from a foreigner was so unusual that the officials at first paid no attention, believing her to be deranged.
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A Review of Reviews
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THE BIRTH RATE IN 2114
No Need to Worry for Human Nature does not Proceed in a Stupidly Regular Fashion
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IF the birth-rate of England, Germany, and France continue to decrease as they have done since 1880, there will be no children born 200 years hence.” So we are told by an American man of science, and of course it sounds very dreadful. But a writer in the Daily Telegraph, London, Eng., commenting on the above statement, points out that in the past no great scientist has ever been able to predict the condition of the world with anything approaching accuracy two centuries ahead.
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A Review of Reviews
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THE SWISS SOLUTION OF DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT
A Country in Which the Referendum has Solved the Difficulties Caused by Party Government
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IT may be accepted as an axiom that a truly democratic government should first and foremost express as far as is humanly possible the will of the people of the country. An ideal democratic constitution should make it impossible for parliamentary representatives to impose on the country laws which the people do not want.
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A Review of Reviews
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Mostly Founded on Scientific Basis, says a Weather Expert
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MR. W. J. HUMPHREYS, professor of meteorological physics in the Detroit weather bureau, bears witness to the crude but shrewd wisdom that is back of many of our old weather proverbs, says the Springfield Republican. He notes that deep sea fishermen will weigh anchor and flee from a gathering storm when to the casual onlooker there is no sign of such storm, and that the woodsman will note significant changes and understand them when the average man would be conscious of no change.
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Best Selling Book of the Month
Stephen Leacock’s Latest Success
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FINDLAY I. WEAVER
"I WOULD sooner have written ‘Alice in Wonderland’ than the whole Encyclopaedia Britannica” —Stephen Leacock. That was one of the nuggets in the preface to "Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town,” Prof. Leacock’s previous book in which he gave us the physical features and a graphic picture of life in a typical Ontario town—not a real town but one typifying almost any one of them, to an extent certain to tickle the fancy of anyone who has ever experienced the joys and the satiety of living in one of these towns.
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The Business Outlook
Some Obstacles in the Way of a Return to Normal Industrial Activity and Parliament’s Duty in Regard to Them
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JOHN APPLETON
FEBRUARY is Canada’s dullest business month. It brings with it not only the depressing effects of winter but also the quietest days at the clearing houses all over the Dominion. This year it has been unusually depressing in every department of commercial activity with the exception of a slight flurry in the stock market.
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THE RELIANCE INVESTMENT AND DEVELOPING COMPANY, LIMITED
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Mighty Conflict in Men’s Wear
Host of Novel Fashions Beating Down the Barriers Staid Custom has Thrown Up
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THE HABERDASHER
FOR the first time in the historic annals of the art sartorial, there is a conflict in the ranks for evening wear. The quiet simplicity of black and white that had been left undisputed arbiter of prescriptions for men’s evening wear catches sight of a little movement like a small cloud the size of a man’s hand, perchance, that betokens a combat.
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