Issue: 19181001

Tuesday, October 1, 1918
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MACLEAN'S
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MACLEAN'S
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The Bussiness Outlook
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Improved Crop Has Brightened Situation
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ONE of the significant developments this month is the improved crop prospects. The losses from drought and frost in the West have proved to be considerably less than estimated last month and the cancellation orders that poured in three weeks ago have been to some extent withdrawn.
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The Amazing Experience of Victor Jones
How in One Evening I Discovered the Secret of a Good Memory and in Six Months Increased My Business One Hundred Thousand Dollars
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As I look back on it to-day, I can hardly believe that it is only six short months since I first met David M. Roth, the famous memory expert, and learned from his course in one evening—how to make my memory do wonderful things, which I never dreamed were possible.
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The Investment Situation
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H. H. BLACK, Montreal editor of The Financial Post.
VICTORY Loan No. 2 should engage the attention of the prospective investor for the next few weeks. First and foremost, investment in the forthcoming issue of bonds is a patriotic duty. Even were the interest rate less than 51/2 per cent, every Canadian should arrange to take a generous allotment of the bonds.
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The Strangest Corner of the Earth
Hunted Race Live in Most Desolate Part of the Sahara.
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A FRENCH officer, Captain Raymond Recouley, was part of a war mission through the Sahara Desert and he tells some of his experiences in Scribner's. In the course of the article he relates how he travelled to one of the strangest corners of the world, a particularly desolate bit of the desert where lives a tribe that was driven out by the Mohammedan races for a religious schism and that could find no other place to live.
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Conscription After the War
A Suggestion for Compulsory Training of Men
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Brigadier-General Critchley
AFTER the war we shall have three classes of young men in Canada:— (1) Those that the war has crippled. (2) Those that have come through the war unscathed. (3) Those that, for whatever reason, have not been engaged in the war. All these must be fitted for, or, if necessary, re-adapted for the effective and efficient discharge of citizenship.
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Behind the Wall
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Madge Macbeth
DEAR DEAN,—Your rare intuitive ability aided by the Canadian press will have advised you of the fact that I have been plucked—not feloniously relieved of money, you know —but gathered by the military authorities from the sacred precincts of the bank, as Professor Emery used to gather speciments of flora when he conducted our “nature tramps” many years ago.
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The Life of Mary Pickford
Part II. — The More Intimate Mary Pickford
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Arthur Stringer
YOU were about to tell me," I reminded Mary Pickford at the beginning of our second talk, which took place, by the way, in the Alpine Inn up at the top of Mount Lowe, “of something which when you were a mere girl in San Francisco changed the entire tenor of your life.
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Precipitate Peggy
A Story of War and Golf— and Other Things
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Allan C. Shore
THERE can be no doubt about it that Peggy Rylands deliberately, and of malice aforethought, sought the acquaintance of young Mr. Richard Smith. Her purpose was real, pungent, purposeful, corrosive. What made it all the worse was that she knew nothing whatever of the unfortunate young man, all her subtle enquiries having elicited the mere facts of his name and the city he hailed from.
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An Underground Tank
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Lieut. C. W. Tilbrook
BINGY walked into the dugout, soaking wet. “Dirty night in the trenches,” he growled. I knew something must be wrong with him. He was not smiling. “What’s the matter?” I inquired. “That d-d sniper’s got five men in the last hour. You can’t get by in Canada street without crawling on your stomach—and it’s such a beastly undignified way to go around!”
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The Three Sapphires
A Story of Mystery and War Intrigue
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W. A. Fraser
FINNERTY grabbed the native and yanked him to his feet. “Stop the lies! Tell me what’s happened ! Where is the sahib?” “Have mercy on me, a poor man, huzoor; the tiger sprang from the jungle and took the sahib in his mouth like the leg of a chicken and went back into the jungle.
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The Four Factions at Ottawa
A Review of the Political Possibilities
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J. K. Munro
LOOKING for the opposition to this Union Government of ours reminds one of wandering in among a flock of prairie chickens. You know what that is like if you have been lucky. First one goes whirring out of the grass with the faint thunder that sets the hunter’s blood atingle.
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The Strange Adventure of the Panama Gold Chests
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Arthur Stringer
IT is one of life’s little ironies, I suppose, that man’s surest escape from misery should be through the contemplation of people more miserable than himself. Such, however, happens to be the case. And prompted by this genial cross between a stoic and cynic philosophy, I had formed the habit of periodically submerging myself in a bath of cleansing depravity.
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Strange New Change in Woman’s World
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Agnes C. Laut
ASTRANGE new change is coming in woman’s world, such a strange new change and so silent and unobtrusive, that you and I, who marched in the vanguard of progress yesterday, will waken up to find ourselves sitting on the roadside, while the tail of a comet whips past ushering a new world into space.
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The Magic Makers
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Alan Sullivan
OF the eight pursuers four had somersaulted over the snow and lay stiffening in the gripping frost, but still remained the others, young dog wolves all, sound in wind and limb, mad with indescribable ferocity. So closely did they draw that of the three white men there was but Jock whose nerve and eye were swift enough to shoot.
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Bonehead Bill
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Robert W. Service
I wonder ’oo and wot ’e was, That ’Un I got so slick. I couldn’t see ’is face because The night was ’ideous thick. I just made out among the black A blinkin’ wedge o’ white ; Then biff ! I guess I got ’im crack— The man I killed last night. I wonder if, account o’ me, Some wench will go unwed, And ’eaps o’ lives will never be, Because ’e’s stark and dead?
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What the Last Victory Loan Meant to Canada
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Sir Thomas White
THE money raised by the 1917 Victory Loan has been wholly expended in Canada. Much of it has gone for raising—I should say more especially for equipping and maintaining our Canadian army. After our troops have proceeded overseas they are financed by arrangements made in Great Britain.
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Optimism That is Harmful
Because it is Causing a Slackening of War Effort in Canada
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Lieut.-Col. J. B. Maclean
THE magnificent work done by the Allied Armies under Foch has been played up by unthinking newspaper writers in a style that has created an extreme of optimism that is not justified, that actual experiences show to be harmful. It is taking the pressure off war effort generally.
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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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Turkey Was On Verge of Revolution
Had Allied Fleets Returned to Dardanelles, Ottoman Empire Would Have Broken Up
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THE story of Henry Morgenthau, exAmbassador from the United States to Turkey, which is appearing in World’s Work, is revealing some intensely interesting information. In the current number he tells how Turkey tottered while the guns of the British fleet thundered at the Dardanelles, how the Allies had victory in their grasp only to let it slip and how the train had been laid for a revolution in the Ottoman country which would have severed Turkey’s connection with the Central Powers.
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Wiping Serbia off the Map
Austria and Bulgaria Are Systematically Destroying the Nation.
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THE world has been shocked by the evidences of atrocities committed by the Germans in Belgium and France but nothing that has been done in those countries can compare in sheer malignancy with what is being done in Serbia. The Austrians and the Bulgars have combined in an effort to wipe all traces of Serbia and the Serbs off the face of the earth.
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Ameer Saved the British Cause
Bold Stroke of the Rider of Afghanistan for the Allies
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THE story of a most dramatic incident occurring in the early days of the war is told in the course of an article in the Edinburgh Review on “Afghanistan and the German Threat," by Ikbal Ali Shah. The article shows how thorough and insiduous were the efforts made by the Germans to inflame the Afghans against Britain, because their country serves as a buffer between India and Persia and is, therefore, of immense strategic importance.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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War Was Prevented in 1906
Austrian Plot to Embroil Britain With Germany Failed.
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AN astonishing story is told in the North American Review of a plot hatched by the Austrians back in 1906 to cause war between Great Britain and Germany and incidentally enable Austria to seize Serbia. Whether or not the story has a foundation of truth, it is told with plenty of detail and that certain of the incidents actually occurred is a matter of history.
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Russia’s Tyrant
Uritzky Has Power of Life and Death Over People
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THE truth is beginning to reach the outside with reference to the Russian Revolution and the world is learning that it was not accomplished as easily and bloodlessly as was at first believed. That the horror of it all even exceeded the French Reign of Terror in some aspects is now seen.
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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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The Dictator of the Ukraine
Picturesque Figure Who Has Control in the New Republic
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THE changes that have taken place in the map of Europe have brought forward many strange and interesting personalities. War and revolution have made names that will live in history, some great, some infamous, some tragic. One of the unusual figures that the making of new nations has brought into the foreground is Skoropadski, the dictator of the Ukraine.
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A Visit to a Russian Prison
American Correspondent Sees Conditions Under the Revolution.
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A GRAPHIC picture of Russia in the throes of the revolution—particularly interesting because it describes the prison system, a point which most correspondents have failed to touch upon—is contributed by Madeleine Doty to The Nation, (London).
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Asquith Was Forced to Enter War
Unionist Editor Tells How Leaders of British Opposition Exerted Pressure on Cabinet in 1914 and Saved the Situation.
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A REMARKABLE story of the hesitation that prevailed in government circles in England in the latter part of July, 1914, with reference to the part, active or passive, that Britain was to take, is told, by L. J. Maxse in the National Review. His narrative is to the effect that a section of the Asquith cabinet, termed the Potsdam party by political opponents, was determined not to support France and that assurances were withheld from the French Ambassador.
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VINOLIA COMPANY LIMITED
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VINOLIA COMPANY LIMITED
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Moving Armies Secretly
How Roads are Camouflaged so That Traffic is Invisible
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THE arts of camouflage have become an important factor in modern warfare. A writer in the Scientific American tells of what has been perhaps the most elaborate bit of camouflaging yet accomplished the moving of whole armies up to the front without any evidence of activity being seen by the observers on the other side of the One of the most interesting phases of surprise in modern military operations is the bringing up of large masses of troops and guns and supplies without the knowledge of the enemy.
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Robt. H. Ingersoll & Bro.
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Robt. H. Ingersoll & Bro.
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The New Sultan of Turkey
A Strange Character Believed to be AntiGerman
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IN the storm and stress of war conditions, a new sultan has stepped almost unobserved onto the throne of Turkey. His name is Vahad-Ed-Din and from such meagre information as there is available with reference to him, he is a strange personage with typically Oriental habits.
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Why I Am a Fanatic
A Strong Tribute to the Work of the Y. M. C. A.
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SIR HARRY JOHNSTON, the noted traveller and explorer, gives the work of the Y.M.C.A. with our soldiers the best advertisement it has yet had. In a special article in the London Evening News he says:— “He’s a teetotal fanatic,” I heard someone whisper behind my back, at a meeting of poor, powerless, local authorities accidentally discussing the way in which American and Canadian soldiers were being alcoholized in the public houses and private drinking places in West Sussex.
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A Message to American Business
The Lesson of British Experience
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"IN four years of war, many things have happened in Great Britain that I am quite sure you will be interested in hearing about. “Some wonderful things have happened in advertising, through war conditions, and I want to touch on some of those things, that you may be prepared for the conditions that will probably arise as the war goes on.
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The Czecho Slovaks
Who They Are and What, They Want
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OWING to their having formed the nucleus of an army which may eventually make Russia again a factor to be considered in the war the Czecho Slovaks have recently been given considerable prominence in the daily press. In the Pall Mall Gazette Vladimir Nosek, Secretary of the Czech Press Bureau gives some accounts of their history and their national aims.
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Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited
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Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited
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Could Build 50,000 Airplanes
But the U. S. Won't-—They Could Not Be
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THE United States is now turning out airplanes rapidly, and in the course of an article in “Collier's Weekly,” Lucian Cary predicts that it is now quite possible to turn out 50,000 battle planes between now and June 1, 1919.
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The Important Work of the Magazines
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THE part they are playing in Britain explained by man who is in charge of the publicity of the National War Savings Committee and under whose leadership $40,000,000,000 has been raised. George A. Sutton, managing director for Lord Northcliffe’s publications, has written an interesting article for the Editor and Publisher, N.Y., on the work of the British periodicals.
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Sailors Will Boycott Germany
Men of the Seas Will Vent Their Hatred After the War
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THE merchantmen who are facing the peril of the submarine and who are subjected to the worst phases of Hun frightfulness are conceiving a hate for everything German that runs deep. The sailors are planning out of the depths of their hatred a form of vengeance that will go on for years after the war is ended.
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A Canadian Aids Hoover
John Bowman Directs Food Conservation in United States Hotels
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THE subject of one of the most interesting sketches published this month, John McE. Bowman, is a Canadian by birth. The story of his wonderful exploits in the building and managing of New York hotels was told in MACLEAN’S something over a year ago.
Maclean's_19181001_0031_012_0093.xml
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY, Limited
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Why Von Kuhlmann Retired
Everything Done in Germany Is At Command of “the System.”
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MACLEAN'S has seldom, if ever, been misled by sensational stories of uprisings, starvations, shortages, and peace propagandas in Germany on which writers on our daily press set so much importance. Now we have another exposure from Edgar Wallace, the British military writer, in a recent article. He explains the retirement of Von Kuhlman, German Foreign Secretary, as a species of camouflage, and gives some information as to what is likely to happen.
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THE`BEST`BOOKS
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A NEW book by Gene Stratton-Porter is always eagerly acclaimed by a large reading public. In “A Daughter of the Land,” (Thomas Langton) her latest work, she is considered by some to have surpassed her previous record though in our humble opinion it cannot compare with such stories as “Laddie” and “The Harvester.”
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WOMEN AND THEIR WORK
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Will The Women Go Back?
When the Men of the Army Return, What of the Thousands of Women Now Doing Men’s Work ?
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Mrs. Harold R. Peat
THIS is a Woman’s War. But yes -why? A woman’s war? It is our war individually because our Nation is at war. It is our war because for the first time we are being recognized as a section of the Nation and an indispensable section at that We are recognized as a force.
Maclean's_19181001_0031_012_0146.xml
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Maclean's_19181001_0031_012_0147.xml
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The Knechtel Kitchen Cabinet Co.
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WOMEN AND THEIR WORK
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No Time to Relax Now
Production and Connervation Efforts Must Be Maintained
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RECENT announcements relative to the easing of our Allies’ food situation have been interpreted in some quarters as indicating that special production and conservation efforts are no longer necessary. This interpretation is not justified and is exceedingly dangerous.
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