Issue: 19171001

Monday, October 1, 1917
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Saturday, April 2, 2016

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MACLEAN'S
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THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited
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THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited
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Maclean's_19171001_0030_012_0003.xml
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Willys-Overland, Limited
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Willys-Overland, Limited
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MACLEAN’S MAGAZINE
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The Business Outlook
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The Business Outlook
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THE past month has in many respects upset the complete confidence that has been felt in the soundness of business conditions. This is due to the rather sudden slackening of the munition industry and the more or less official announcement that further shell orders are not to be placed in Canada.
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THE A. S. HUSTWITT COMPANY
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THE A. S. HUSTWITT COMPANY
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The Business Outlook
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The Investment Situation
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THE man or woman with money to invest should watch developments with reference to war loans. Another loan will be launched by the Canadian Government in the near future and it is the patriotic duty of every Canadian who has the money to help make this loan a success.
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The Business Outlook
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The Failure of the U-Boat
Naval Authority Draws Conclusion From Figures on Losses.
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THAT the U-boat campaign after all is showing signs of failure is the conclusion drawn by The Scientific American after a close analysis of the figures supplied on losses. From the allied standpoint this expression of opinion will be received with elation as The Scientific American, has been very sound in its attitude on naval matters and has moreover been very pessimistic up to the present on the score of the submarine situation.
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The Business Outlook
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Decisive Naval Battle Not Possible
Naval Critic Compares Present War With Napoleonic Wars.
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CRITICS of the work of the British navy have usually taken the Admiralty to task for not having achieved a decisive victory. To amateur tacticians it seems feasible for the navy to either lure the German High Seas Fleet .out and destroy it, or to slash in at Cuxhaven and force a “show down.”
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13,14,15,16,17,18,84,86
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The Pawns Count
A Story of the Great War
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E. Phillips Oppenheim
“I am for England and England only,” John Lutchester, the Englishman, asserted. “I am for Japan and Japan only,” Nikasti, the Jap, insisted. “I am for Germany first and America afterwards,” Oscar Fischer, the GermanAmerican, pronounced.
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Special Articles
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German Plotting in America To-day
Underground Activities in Canada and the United States
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Agnes C. Laut
THE volcano continues to seethe at the Vatican and beneath the thrones of Spain and Austria; but President Wilson’s hopes of peace have gone aglimmering in the past month. For the first time since war was declared it is evident that the United States is planning for a long, hard war, and for a big hard part in that war.
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For Catherine’s Sake
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W. A. Fraser
ON a lane that projects through the countryside from Broadway to Sixth Avenue there is a club, and across the lane from the club there is a theatre. The night we are interested in it was raining little tigers. The play was over and the people had all gone except a well-dressed girl.
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25,26,27,28
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The Way of the Smuggler
Who wrote “The Master Smuggler," “The Smuggler and His Remarkable Drum."
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J. D. Ronald
IT IS a peculiar weakness of human nature that in ninety-nine cases out of a hundred people have little or no compunction about cheating the Government revenues. Women always seem to have the idea that a pleasure trip across the line between the United States and Canada is incomplete unless they have added to it the zest of smuggling articles of dothing.
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Poetry
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Wind—and the Dust of Death
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MAIN JOHNSON
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29,30,31,32,70,71,72,73,74,77,78,79,80,81,82,83,84
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The Gun Brand
A Story of the North
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James B. Hendryx
SILENT and gray and deserted loomed the barrier so cunningly devised as to be almost indistinguishable at a distance of fifty yards. Snow lay upon the top of the barrier, and vertical ridges of snow clung to the crevices of the upstanding palings.
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The Redeemer of Waste Lands
A Romantic Story of the Canadian West
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Arthur Stringer
"HOW’S your land, Loony?” the bearded man in the sombrero asked the gaunt-limbed figure at the card-table. His tone was friendly yet faintly derisive. Loony did not look up at the other man. He was watching a thin-cheeked girl take the faded cover from a piano in the corner of the room.
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Conscription in Quebec
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John Bayne Maclean
CONSCRIPTION is not a novelty in Quebec. French-Canadian conscripts helped in 1775 to save Canada for the British, and Quebec for the Roman Catholic Church and French language. The occurrences then are being repeated, almost exactly, in these days; excepting that then they had real wartime conscription.
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39,40,41,42
Special Articles
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Back to the City!
This is the End of a Perfect (Growing Season
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Stephen Leacock
I HAVE just come back — now in the third week of September—to the city. I have hung up my hoe in my study, my spade is put away behind the piaho. I have with me seven pounds of Paris Green that I had over. Anybody who wants it may have it I didn’t like to bury it for fear of its poisoning the ground.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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The cream of the world’s magazine literature. A series of Biographical, Scientific, Literary and Descriptive articles which will keep you posted on all that is new, all that is important and worth while to thinking men of the world to-day.
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Germany’s Big Offensive in 1918
American Writer Gives This Idea of Future Prussian Strategy.
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THAT Germany is laying all her plans with the objective point of a big offensive in 1918 directed against France, an offensive that will destroy the French army, is the substance of a remarkable article by A. Curtis Roth in The Saturday Evening Post.
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What is Happening in Belgium
A Glimpse Behind the Scenes in the Conquered Country
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A SOUL-STIRRING story of what is transspiring in Belgium is told by John A. Gade in Hearst's Magazine. Mr. Gade was engaged in that stricken country with the Hoover Mission and was brought closely in touch with the suffering people. He gives a close-up impression of what is happening behind the German lines:
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Making Animated Cartoons
How This Latest Development of Moving Pictures is Worked.
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AN interesting development in moving pictures has been the animated cartoon— drawings that move. The lay mind does not find it hard to understand how the movements of actual people can be photographed, but how are these mere line drawings made to move? Homer Croy explains how it is done in Everybody’s Magazine.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Prospects of Peace
Noted Writer Believes Last Stage of War Has Started
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NO writer on purely military topics has shown more insight and soundness of judgment than Frank H. Simonds. He has preached a long war almost from the start. In the American Review of Reviews he now gives his opinion on the prospects of peace and it is interesting to note that he believes we are entering on the final stage of the struggle.
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Was J. P. Morgan “Hard Up"?
Biographer Destroys Popular Belief in His Fabulous Wealth.
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THERE used to be a very popular song with a refrain that intimated that J. Pierpont Morgan owned the world. Public belief was that Morgan ranked among the three or four wealthiest men in the world. It is rather surprising to be told, therefore, that he was not really a rich man at all, comparatively speaking and that his son has since actually been “hard up.”
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German Socialists Believed in War
Debate at Conference Held Before War Started Shows This.
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DREAMERS hoped that the Socialist Conference at Stockholm would result in the blazing of a path to peace. They would not have indulged in this far-fetched fancy had they known the real temper of the German Socialist. This is shown by an incident told by John Spargo in the course of an article on “Socialism and Internationalism” in The Atlantic Monthly.
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VALENTINE & COMPANY
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VALENTINE & COMPANY
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED.
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED.
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China Needs the Foreigner
A Picture of Actual Conditions in the “Real China.”
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IT has become customary for superficial observers to believe that foreign interference in China is the cause of much trouble and wrongdoing and that China should be left alone. An opposite view is taken by Richard Washburn Child, writing in Collier’s.
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THE F. W. FEARMAN CO., LIMITED
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THE F. W. FEARMAN CO., LIMITED
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Secret Truce Signals at the Front?
How Soldiers on Both Sides Arrange to “Lay Off” for Night.
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A RATHER remarkable story of tacit understandings which grow up along the front line trenches is told by William G. Shepherd in the course of an article in Every Week. It is to this effect: At the beginning of the war, when the men had settled down into trenches for the first time, there were so many night raids from one trench to another that white lights were invented which might be fired into the sky to illuminate a large area.
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The CANADIAN H. W. GOSSARD CO., Limited
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The CANADIAN H. W. GOSSARD CO., Limited
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The Escape of the Glasgow
A Story of the Survivor of the Coronel Defeat.
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THE story of the “Glasgow,” the British cruiser which survived the battle off Coronel is told by Bennet Copplestone in The Cornhill. It shows the justification that the officers of the cruiser had in leaving when it became apparent that they were fighting against overwhelming odds:
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A Monarch in North America
Esteban Cantu Rules Lower California With Absolute Powers
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THERE is still one place on the North American Continent where the form of government approximates monarchy. Lower California is ruled by a picturesque tyrant of the name of Colonel Esteban Cantu. The country belongs nominally to Mexico but since Cantu took charge he has established absolute rule over the land.
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White on the Job again
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"SEE here, Jennings, this will never do. What is wrong with that boiler anyhow?” Said Jennings, “I don’t know, Boss, what makes these boiler plates blister, and neither do the makers seem to be able to tell. I am fair at my wit’s end.” “Well,” said the Boss, “there’s a cause and it’s got to be found out.
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GREENSHIELDS & CO.
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GREENSHIELDS & CO.
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The Menace of the Rats
The Rodent Constitutes a Real Menace to Mankind.
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THE rat is the commonest of pests, but it is doubtful if the public has any appreciation of the extent of the menace that the rat holds for civilization. After reading what Edward W. Nelson, chief of the U.S. Biological Survey, has to say on this subject in the National Geographic Magazine, one realizes how serious the rat question is.
Maclean's_19171001_0030_012_0072.xml
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WESTERN CANADA FLOUR MILLS COMPANY, LIMITED
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WESTERN CANADA FLOUR MILLS COMPANY, LIMITED
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NEW BOOKS OF THE MONTH
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The Secret Witness. By George Gibbs. Illustrated by George Brehin. Geo. J. McLeod. Ltd. $1.50. A story of mystery and intrigue, dealing with the plot which culminated in the Sarajevo murder, and precipitated the world war. The Broken Gate. By Emerson Hough.
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America Needs More Babies
Theodore Roosevelt Hints at Danger of Race Becoming Extinct.
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THAT the American race is in danger of ultimate extinction unless the birth rate among the most desirable classes is increased is the suggestion behind Theodore Roosevelt’s last article in The Metropolitan. He shows just how serious the condition is becoming in the United States and then cites the dangerous parallel of France:
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A Movie Magnate
A Sketch of the Career of William Fox.
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A GOOD percentage of the bills seen at moving picture houses have title “leaders” which read something like this “WILLIAM FOX presents Velva Sorenta in The Dollar Duchess." Yes, William Fox is a producer who believes in laying the emphasis at least as heavily on himself as on the high-priced hired help.
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German and Austrian Prisoners in Russia
How the Teutona are Handled and Cared For.
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RUSSIA has taken huge numbers of prisoners, chiefly Austrians and, from all reports, has treated them well. It is not a pleasant fate, however, to be marched off into the centre of cold, mysterious Russia, to a destination quite unknown: and Arthur Ruhl paints in Collier's weekly the accompanying vivid picture of the fate of the Teuton prisoner of war:
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The MacLean Publishing Co., Limited
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The MacLean Publishing Co., Limited
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Will the Jewish Race Disappear?
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WILL the Jews in America disappear? After showing how numerous and influential the Hebrews have become, particularly in New York. Burton J. Hendrick proceeds in Every Week to deal with the probability of the Jewish race being swallowed up in the “melting pot.”
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DU PONT FABRIKOID COMPANY
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DU PONT FABRIKOID COMPANY
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R. C. JAMIESON & COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO., OF CANADA LIMITED
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THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO., OF CANADA LIMITED
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The MacLean Publishing Co., Limited
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BUFFALO SPECIALTY COMPANY
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BUFFALO SPECIALTY COMPANY
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Modern Pen Company
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Modern Pen Company
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GLASS GARDEN BUILDERS, Limited
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GLASS GARDEN BUILDERS, Limited
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING CO., Limited
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING CO., Limited
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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MACLEAN'S School Directory
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Chevrolet Motor Co., of Canada, Limited
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Chevrolet Motor Co., of Canada, Limited
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Industrial Britain
The Wonders of Munition Making in Great Britain.
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JUDSON C. WELLIVER gives in Munsey's Magazine a graphic picture of the industrial section of Britain where the greatest wonders of the “new workshop of war” are being produced. The article inevitably drifts, however into a disquisition on the position of the woman worker—now and after the war.
Maclean's_19171001_0030_012_0132.xml
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Photographs by Cable
A New Invention Makes Possible the Transmission of Pictures.
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THE war has not entirely stopped all scientific research work. It is now announced that the sending of pictures by cable has been perfected to a certain degree and that photographs of people are now being more or less satisfactorily transmitted.
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The Passing of the Tenderloin
The Present Administration of New York is Banishing Vice.
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NEW YORK is not to-day the picturesque and wicked city of gun men, gambling dives and all-night saloons that it was once supposed to be. The “lid” is on. New York has been rendered more spotless than was ever deemed possible with so big a city.
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C. A. DUNHAM COMPANY, Ltd.
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C. A. DUNHAM COMPANY, Ltd.
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Maclean's_19171001_0030_012_0141.xml
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The Sanity of the Food Campaign
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Ethel M. Chapman
THIS is the farmer’s year of the war. The crop reports carry a message of as keen national interest as the war bulletins. The allied armies are facing a shortage of 400,000,000 bushels of grain; a meat shortage equal to 120,000,000 animals.
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The Care of Children
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a Well-known Child Specialist
BEFORE the birth of the child, the mother should lend a simple, quiet life, getting plenty of fresh air, sunshine, and sleep; having a moderate amount of exercise, a rational diet, and a freedom from worry. No anxiety should be felt in regard to not being able to nurse.
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WOMEN AND THEIR WORK
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What to Eat When Prices Are High
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Mrs. Elizabeth Atwood
IT is really a serious problem in these days when prices are high and seem to be getting higher, to know what to eat that will satisfy, nourish and yet not double the household expenses. The housewife feels that she must keep expenses down as much as possible, yet knows that her family must be fed and well fed, since good food and sufficient means health, strength and happiness.
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THE MONARCH KNITTING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MONARCH KNITTING COMPANY, LIMITED
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