Issue: 19180801

Thursday, August 1, 1918
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MACLEAN'S
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0001.xml
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THE PALMOLIVE COMPANY
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THE PALMOLIVE COMPANY
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0002.xml
tableOfContents
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MACLEAN'S
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0003.xml
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Royal Typewriter Co. Incorporated
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Royal Typewriter Co. Incorporated
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0004.xml
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6
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0005.xml
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The Business Outlook
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Business Activity Still Mounts Higher
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A COMPANY has recently been formed to fill munition orders from the United States Government, and plans have been completed for building a large plant in a Western Ontario city. The orders that have been secured total $7,000,000 and run until 1920.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0006.xml
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7
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The Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Limited
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The Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Limited
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0007.xml
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7
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0008.xml
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A. E. AMES & CO.
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A. E. AMES & CO.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0009.xml
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THE Goldie & McCulloch COMPANY,LIMITED.
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THE Goldie & McCulloch COMPANY,LIMITED.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0010.xml
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The Investment Situation
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Our Securities During Four Years’ of War
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H. H. BLACK, Montreal editor of The Financial Post.
IN ANY retrospect of investment conditions for the four years’ period of the war that is just concluding, one starts, naturally, with that fateful day of July 28, 1914, when the announcement of war among the great powers of Europe stunned the Exchanges of London, New York and Canada, and there followed a wild panic of selling and a crashing down of prices; hurried long distance telephone and cable consultations; and a final unanimous closing down of all trading, a confession that the ordinary means of defence against external blow, the most powerful support that could be enlisted to stay a falling market, was impotent, and that all that could save the structure of the Stock Exchange from ruin was to snatch it out of the clutches of that strange, unthinkable disaster that was threatening an upheaval of the most stable foundations of industry and finance,—a war among the First Powers of Europe.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0011.xml
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GREENSHIELDS & CO.
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GREENSHIELDS & CO.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0012.xml
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F.B. McCURDY & CO.
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F.B. McCURDY & CO.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0013.xml
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Canadian Pneumatic Tool Company, Limited
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Canadian Pneumatic Tool Company, Limited
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0014.xml
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10
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WARWICK BROS. & RUTTER, LIMITED
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WARWICK BROS. & RUTTER, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0015.xml
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10,11
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A World Famine in Copper
Most Serious Situation is Developing Out of the War.
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AN interesting and very vital point is raised by Sydney Brooks in The North American Review. The world is facing a famine in copper. This is much more serious than would seem at first thought. The world depends upon copper to a very great extent.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0016.xml
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11
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Perfection Cooler Company, Limited
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Perfection Cooler Company, Limited
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0017.xml
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Esterbrook Pen Manufacturing Company
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Esterbrook Pen Manufacturing Company
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0018.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0019.xml
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13,14,104
FEATURE ARTICLES
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You Will Yet Be Glad
A Comparison of 1914 With Warfare To-day
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Private Harold R. Peat
GEE, but the army is h—, isn’t it? Everything has gone wrong— officers crabby, Colonel crazy, and everything in general is no darn good—” Well, all that may be as you say—but say, old boy, have you tried to look at the army the other way? Have you given the army a chance to make good?
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0020.xml
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15,16,17,18,75,76,77
FICTION
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The Shark’s Cage
A Story of Submarine Chasing
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W. Victor Cook
"YOU see the idea?” said Donald Bruce. “Top-hole,” answered the lieutenant-commander. He was a very young lieutenant commander, and his eyes sparkled with an almost boyish eagerness. “It would be a great scoop,” he said. “The only thing that bothers me is that we have to be so careful not to tread on the toes of these confounded neutrals.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0021.xml
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19,20,21
FEATURE ARTICLES
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Better Business Than Usual
The Wonderful Record of Four Years of War
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William Byron
Who wrote "Service and Super-Service," “Canadians in Mesopotamia," etc. THE general manager stared moodily at the "special" that lay folded over on his desk with little else but the heavy red headlines showing. He looked worried, uncertain and even afraid “Take a letter to Rawlins,” he said, finally, to his secretary; and there was none of the usual snap and decision in his tones.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0022.xml
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22,23,24,25,80,81,83,84
FICTION
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The Spanish-American Prisoner
The Story of a Remarkable Investment and Its Outcome
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Adam Harold Brown
ON the worn tar pavement in front of Valeboro’s firehall, assistant fire chief J. K. Duckworth sat in a round-armed, spindle-backed chair, holding earnest converse with his elderly crony, Mr. Fullerton Moon. “I can’t see, Jed,” Mr. Moon was remarking in a slightly peevish tone, “why you’re so close with that there letter.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0023.xml
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26,27,28,75
FEATURE ARTICLES
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Must We Freeze This Winter?
A Review of the Coal Situation
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Charles W. Stokes
"ISN'T it the darndest thing,” said a man in a smoking car who had been studying a compilation of Canadian statistics, “that when we possess practically one-sixth of the world’s total known and estimated coal resources, as it says here, we should always have to import at least half the coal we burn?”
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0024.xml
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29,30,31,32,85,86,87,88
FICTION
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The Strange Adventure of the Man From Medicine Hat
Another “Sleep Walker” Story
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Arthur Stringer
I SAT in that nocturnal sun-parlor of mine, known to the world as Madison Square, demanding of the quiet night why sleep should be denied me. I sat there, with my gaze fixed idly on a girl in black, who, in turn, stared idly up at Sagittarius. Then I lost interest in the black-clad and seemingly cataleptic star-gazer.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0025.xml
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33,34,35,78,80
FEATURE ARTICLES
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Uplifting the News
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One of the Uplifted
A DEPUTATION filed into Sir Robert Borden’s office with faces that were long and lugubrious. As they were all newspapermen, this was distinctly unusual. But shortly afterwards they filed out again and this time they beamed with smiles. They had made a request, even a demand, and the premier had seen eye to eye with them; at any rate, he had not said them nay.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0026.xml
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36,37,38,39,104,105
FICTION
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The Three Sapphires
A Story of Mystery and War Intrigue
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W. A. Fraser
SWINTON started to swear, angered by the mess Lord Victor had made of things; but when that young man pulled himself like a mud turtle out of the ooze and stood up, the reproach trailed off into a spasm of choking laughter. But the Banjara arriving on the scene checked this hilarity; indeed it was probably Gilfain’s grotesque appearance that saved his life.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0027.xml
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40,41,42,100,101,102,103
FEATURE ARTICLES
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The Enemy Under the Earth
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Lieut. C. W. Tilbrook
"BEEN Overseas?" "Yes." "Just returned? "Yes." The above conversation took place some few months back in the night train from Montreal to Toronto between a gentleman about fifty and my humble self. I was a casualty from the front and had journeyed up from St. Johns the day previously, after having spent twenty-eight days at sea on board S.S.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0029.xml
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43,44,45,46,77,78
FICTION
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The Magic Makers
A Story of Adventure in Northern Canada
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Alan Sullivan
RAPTURE was on these brown faces, a rapture mingled with ecstatic and bewildered abandonment. Presently, in the big man’s breast moved a slow throb of regret. He was deceiving those whose naked and elemental ignorance had no defence, but just as a half formed impulse moved in his mind, the grim alternative stood out sharp and forbidding.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0030.xml
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47,48,72
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Keeping Borden in London
We must Do Something to Improve Our Deplorable Diplomacy
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Lieut.-Colonel J. B. Maclean
THE war goes favorably. That is, conditions are steadily improving. We are no further ahead, and there may be more serious reverses before this appears in print: but there is a better understanding of the seriousness of the situation, and more intelligent preparations are being made to ensure final victory.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0031.xml
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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.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0032.xml
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49
REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Empress of Austria a Prisoner?
Zita is Anti-German and is Being Closely Watched.
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THE Empress of Austria, whose brother is the Prince Sixtus of Peace Negotiation fame, is not at all in favor with the Germans. She may not be pro-Ally but certainly she is anti-German. She is practically a prisoner to-day, according to a writer in Current Opinion.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0033.xml
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49,50
REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Air Monsters May Win the War
Young Italian is Building Wonderful New Airplanes for the Allies.
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THERE is a young Italian who may win the war for the Allies by the wonderful improvements he is making in aircraft. Gianni Caproni is building monster machines that will revolutionize winged warfare and perhaps enable our aviators to bomb a path for Allied armies to Berlin.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0034.xml
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Spain on Verge of Revolution
Military Party Nearly Oust King From the Throne
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THE offensive on the Western front occupies the attention of the world so exclusively that events of very great importance indeed are transpiring elsewhere without attracting more than scant mention even in the newspapers. It is a fact that Spain has been passing through the most severe crisis and the outside world has not even heard that there is more than the usual discord in the realms of King Alfonso.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0035.xml
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Anti-Kaiser Plot That Failed
How Herr Haase, Socialist Leader, Bungled Arrangement With Bolsheviki.
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THERE was a time, during the BrestLitovsk negotiations between Germany and Russia when an arrangement between the socialists of Germany and the Bolshevists might have been effected. Had anything come of it, the result might have been the upsetting of the German Government.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0036.xml
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J. H. Wethey, Limited
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J. H. Wethey, Limited
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0037.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0038.xml
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52,56
REVIEW of REVIEWS
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How Edith Cavell Was Avenged
The Story of Her Betrayal and Its Sequel Told for the First Time
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THE story of Edith Cavell is history now but the story of how she was betrayed and what happened to her betrayer is told for the first time in the Cornhill by T. Topping. It is a stirring story of the heroism of one young Belgian and the depravity of another.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0039.xml
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The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. of Canada Limited
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The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. of Canada Limited
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0040.xml
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56
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Inside Story of the Potsdam Conference
German Ambassador to Turkey Blurts Out the Truth
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RECENT exposures have served most conclusively to place the guilt of the worldwar where it belongs. First came Prince Lichnowsky, then Von Muhlon, then August Thyssen; and now comes Henry Morgenthau, former United States Ambassador to Turkey, with a story that establishes the guilt of Germany beyond all cavil.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0041.xml
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56,57
REVIEW of REVIEWS
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The Boss of Austria
A Sketch of “Iron Count" Tisza Who Has Ruled for Many Years.
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THE outside world has had the vaguest ideas of real conditions in AustriaHungary, not only since the war started but before as well. The figure of the old Emperor stood out and other names were familiar though occasional mention in the newspapers —Berchtold, Tisza, Burian.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0042.xml
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57,58
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Allies Invent, Germans Improve
Teuton Tactics Are Based on Allied Initiative.
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THAT the tactical discoveries of the war have been made by British and French generals is the statement made in the course of an editorial in Colliers’ Weekly. It is coupled with the further statement that these discoveries have been taken by the Germans and elaborated and improved and that the Germans have benefited by them.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0043.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0044.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0045.xml
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58
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Hot Bed of German Spies and Teuton Plots
The Selfish Interests of the Mexicans Would Be Served By a Teuton Victory.
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IT is a well-known fact that Mexico is proGerman. This turbulent country has harbored German spies from the very beginning and there countless Teuton plots have been hatched. The reason for this has generally been ascribed to the Mexican hatred of the “Gringoes”—Americans.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0046.xml
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58,59
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The Handling of Air Traffic
What of Frontiers and Customs Duties After the War?
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AFTER the war the establishment of long aerial routes will be immediately proceeded with and it is no longer Utopian to say that we shall see regular passenger services across continents and even oceans. One of the just questions to be solved will be that of the sovereignty of the air—whether any nation can refuse permission to airships to fly over its territory.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0047.xml
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Bone Dry In Two Years
Total Prohibition in U.S. Certain Within That Time.
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THAT the United States will go bone dry in two years is the prediction confidently advanced by Arthur Wallace Dunn in the course of an article in the American Review of Reviews. And he has figures and facts to back him up! It certainly does look as though the American who likes his beer or cocktail must look forward to a long, dry spell ahead of him.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0048.xml
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DOMINION CORSET COMPANY
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DOMINION CORSET COMPANY
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0049.xml
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A. Coates & Sons Manufacturers
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A. Coates & Sons Manufacturers
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0050.xml
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RICHARDS-WILCOX CANADIAN CO.
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RICHARDS-WILCOX CANADIAN CO.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0051.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0052.xml
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The MacLean Publishing Co., Ltd.
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The MacLean Publishing Co., Ltd.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0053.xml
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An Evening in the White House
Mrs. Wilson Knits Continuously—The President Reads.
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WHAT goes on in the White House? Information with reference to the lives of those who fill the high places of life is always interesting and an article in the Ladies’ Home Journal by Dudley Harmon on “What is Mrs. Wilson Doing?” falls within this category.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0054.xml
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The Revolutionaries of Britain
A Sketch of Two Members Who Hold Revolutionary Views.
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THERE are two members of the British House of Commons who would be the leader of any movement which might develop corresponding to the Bolsheviki. In the course of an article on the personnel of the House in The Fortnightly, a writer employing the pen name of Auditor Tantum describes these two as follows:
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0055.xml
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Agitators in Ireland Not Irish
Trouble There Is Fomented by English and Scotch Settlers?
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THE rather unusual theory is advanced by C. O’Mahony in the Daily Mail of London, England, that the agitators in Ireland are not Irish at all in the fullest sense of the word but the descendants of English and Scotch settlers. The real Irish, of the which O’Mahony himself is one, have been indifferent or slothful and have been led by these alien agitators.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0056.xml
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Crawling 400 Miles Out of Germany
Lieutenant Pat O’Brien Tells Story of His Remarkable Escape
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THE remarkable story of Lieutenant Pat O’Brien who escaped from a German prison camp and crawled back to safety a distance of 400 miles is told by the plucky hero of the escape himself in the American Magazine. After recounting the story of his capture, he comes to the point where in desperation at the ill treatment he had received, he jumped from a train that was conveying him to a new prison camp.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0057.xml
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The Musical Merchandise Sales Co.
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The Musical Merchandise Sales Co.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0058.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0059.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0060.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0063.xml
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The MacLean Publishing Company, Limited
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The MacLean Publishing Company, Limited
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0064.xml
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The Ablest Statesman of Japan
A New Political Power has Risen in Nippon.
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A COMPARATIVELY unknown man is given the title of “The Ablest Statesman of Japan,” by Current Opinion. This opinion is based on a careful collection of material about him gathered from various sources: Upon the overthrow of the Kensai-Kai at the last general election in Japan, which entailed the triumph of the Seiju-Kai, Mr. K. T. Hara became, to accept the judgment of the Manchester Guardian, the most powerful politician in Tokyo.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0065.xml
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Secrets of Success in the Movies
Why Some Screen Stars Are Making Big Successes.
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THAT what counts for real success in the movies is hard work is the dictum pronounced by William A. Brady, who is leaving the picture world and going back to the legitimate. In advancing this idea in the World Magazine he gives some interesting information with reference to leading screen stars as follows:
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0066.xml
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JOSEPH DIXON CRUCIBLE CO.
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JOSEPH DIXON CRUCIBLE CO.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0067.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0068.xml
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Allies Must Win in the East
Victory in West Leaving the Central Powers Intrenched in East Would Be Defeat for Us.
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IN dealing with the Balkan question in the Pall Mall Gazette, Crawfurd Price makes it very clear that the proper settlement of Eastern European problems is of paramount importance, in fact that an Allied victory that did not include victory in the East would not be victory but, in the final analysis, defeat.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Men From Trenches Will Remake World
Will Luxury, Beauty, Inequality, Suffering Be Banished After the War?
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WHAT is the effect of the war going to be on the men in the trenches? Will they come back materialistic, with a disgust for everything but the physical, a determination to lop off the non-essentials and to make the world run along like a well-ordered machine?
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0070.xml
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Canadian Service Flag Co.
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Canadian Service Flag Co.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0071.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0072.xml
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The Arlington Co., of Canada, Ltd.
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The Arlington Co., of Canada, Ltd.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0073.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0074.xml
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Western Assurance Co.
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Western Assurance Co.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0075.xml
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66
REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Liberty Motor Mystery Was Cleared Up
It is Proving Great Success Now — An Engine of Tremendous Power
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IT was announced last year that two American experts had been locked into a room and told that they were not to be allowed out until they had found a standardized motor for American aeroplanes. The story was right to this extent: That two experts were summoned to Washington and that between them they evolved the Liberty motor.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0076.xml
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66,67
REVIEW of REVIEWS
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How the Germans Attack
Their Methods of Offensive and How They Are Met.
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IN the course of a vivid though detailed article in Scribner’s Magazine, Captain Jacques Rouvier of the French Military Mission to the United States tells how the Germans manage an attack in force. He writes: During the artillery preparation is a very trying time for every one, as all are aware that the attack will come, but one never knows just when it will come, and to live under such conditions is most terrible.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0078.xml
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The Hartt Boot & Shoe Co., Limited
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The Hartt Boot & Shoe Co., Limited
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0079.xml
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68,69
REVIEW of REVIEWS
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The Death of General Maude
Striking Narrative by American Journalist Who was in Bagdad
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CENERAL MAUDE, who conducted so successfully the Mesopotamian campaign that resulted in the fall of Bagdad, had a special interest for Canadians owing to his having served at Rideau Hall. The place that he has earned in the history of the war is assured for he showed wonderful qualities of leadership; many times he has been compared to Wellington and Kitchener.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0080.xml
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69
REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Demand Stern War
American Editor Offers Vigorous Defence of Bombing Reprisals.
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ONE of the strongest arguments in favor of reprisals appears in the North American Review’s War Weekly from the vigorous pen of Colonel George Harvey. It presents a new viewpoint for an American—the viewpoint of a man who believes in fighting the German with his own weapons unsparingly and unremittingly.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0081.xml
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GREENSHIELDS & CO.
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GREENSHIELDS & CO.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0082.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0084.xml
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R. C. JAMIESON & COMPANY, LIMITED
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R. C. JAMIESON & COMPANY, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0085.xml
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70,71
REVIEW of REVIEWS
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The Dangers of Peace
Terms That Germany Might Accept Now —and the Menace Behind
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IT is felt in diplomatic circles that peace could be obtained to-day on terms that would seem favorable but deceptively so, to the Allies. In urging the danger of such a peace, the Independent (New York) says: Suppose that Germany agreed to evacuate France, Belgium and Italy; to cede AlsaceLorraine to France and the Trentino to Italy; to let Great Britain keep the German colonies and perhaps Mesopotamia as well; and, finally, to pay a few billions of indemnity to Belgium for her trespass; demanding in return only the recognition of the “independent” states carved out of the late Russian Empire?
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0086.xml
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Strives to Enslave Austria
Germany’s Real Object in Present Shaping of War
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THAT one of the objects of the war on the part of the Germans has been to secure absolute control over Austria-Hungary and that this object has been attained, is succinctly stated by The New Republic. It goes on to show that the Germans want to capture Paris in order to clinch the matter of Austria’s enslavement, reasoning it out as follows:
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0087.xml
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THE HARRIS ABATTOIR COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE HARRIS ABATTOIR COMPANY, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0088.xml
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The Burrowes Manufacturing Company
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The Burrowes Manufacturing Company
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0089.xml
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Bauer & Black, Limited
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Bauer & Black, Limited
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0090.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0091.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0092.xml
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THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED
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THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0093.xml
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A. SCHRADER'S SON INC.
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A. SCHRADER'S SON INC.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0094.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0095.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0096.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0097.xml
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Champion Spark Plug Co., of Canada, Limited
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Champion Spark Plug Co., of Canada, Limited
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0098.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0099.xml
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Chr. Hansen’s Canadian Laboratory
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Chr. Hansen’s Canadian Laboratory
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0100.xml
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0101.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0102.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0103.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0104.xml
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CANADA STEAMSHIP LINES, LIMITED
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CANADA STEAMSHIP LINES, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0105.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0106.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0107.xml
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EVINRUDE MOTOR CO.
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EVINRUDE MOTOR CO.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0108.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0109.xml
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ROBERT H. HASSLER, Limited
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ROBERT H. HASSLER, Limited
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0110.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0111.xml
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THE F. E. PARTRIDGE RUBBER CO. LIMITED
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THE F. E. PARTRIDGE RUBBER CO. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0112.xml
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0113.xml
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THE N.K. FAIRBANK COMPANY LIMITED
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THE N.K. FAIRBANK COMPANY LIMITED
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0114.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0115.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0116.xml
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J. & J. CASH, LIMITED
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J. & J. CASH, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0117.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0118.xml
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Transporting Gun Boats Into Darkest Africa
Stirring Account of a Journey 3,500 Miles Inland
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OF the minor operations in connection with the great war few show more energy and resource than was displayed in the transportation of two gun boats with ammunition and equipment into the heart of Africa over 3,500 miles, much of it mountainous country without roads and 150 miles of it bush.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0119.xml
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LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED
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LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0120.xml
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Canadian Hart Accumulator Company, Limited
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Canadian Hart Accumulator Company, Limited
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0121.xml
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NEWLIN HAINES CO.
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NEWLIN HAINES CO.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0122.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0123.xml
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WOMEN AND THEIR WORK
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Helping the Twig to Grow Straight
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Ethel M. Chapman
YOUNG twigs are easily bent —that's why eternal vigilance is necessary if they are to grow up straight and strong and perfect and undeformed. A young man who promised to become one of the most brilliant engineers in Canada had his first really creative invention just about finished when his health broke down.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0124.xml
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Willys-Overland, Limited
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Willys-Overland, Limited
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0125.xml
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MACLEAN'S School Directory
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0126.xml
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WOMEN AND THEIR WORK
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Schwab is Building Ships
Steel Master Explains How He Plans to Work for Uncle Sam
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ONE of the most remarkable men in the United States is Charles M. Schwab, of Bethlehem Steel fame, and his appointment to head the shipbuilding organization is the surest indication that the program will soon be running smoothly. Mr. Schwab discusses his appointment and his plans in The Forum and makes some interesting statements, a few of which are appended:
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0127.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0128.xml
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96,98
WOMEN AND THEIR WORK
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The New Canadian Home
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Dr. Helen MacMurchy
THE shortest and truest history of any nation is a description of its typical home. You could frame a not inadequate history of Scottish life and character from a study of the “Cotter’s Saturday Night,” a home scene. How many Canadian homes are there to the square mile?
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0129.xml
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MICHELIN TIRE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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MICHELIN TIRE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0130.xml
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DU PONT FABRIKOID CO.
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DU PONT FABRIKOID CO.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0131.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0132.xml
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0133.xml
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THE-BEST-BOOKS
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THE-BEST-BOOKS
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COMING from the pen of Mrs. Roberts Rinehart it is scarcely surprising that “The Amazing Interlude” (McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart) should quickly establish itself as the best selling book of the month. The unfolding of the story reveals the wonderful insight of the author and a knowledge of womankind only possible in a woman.
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0134.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0135.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0136.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0137.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0138.xml
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102
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G. Mennen Chemical Company
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G. Mennen Chemical Company
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0139.xml
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102
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HISCOTT INSTITURE, Limited
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HISCOTT INSTITURE, Limited
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0140.xml
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103
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London Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Canada
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London Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Canada
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0141.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0142.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0143.xml
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103
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Vol-PeeK Mfg. Co.
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Vol-PeeK Mfg. Co.
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0144.xml
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105
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To Transplant China
Millions of Chinese May Be Shipped to U.S. for War Work
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THE great war problem in the United States is man-power and in discussing it, Mark Sullivan, the editor of Collier's Weekly, shows just how serious that question is at the present time. Uncle Sam has 35,000,000 manpower in all and needs 50,000,000 in order to “carry on.”
Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0145.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0146.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0147.xml
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THE STANDARD SILVER Co OF TORONTO, LIMITED
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THE STANDARD SILVER Co OF TORONTO, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0148.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0149.xml
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Maclean's_19180801_0031_010_0150.xml