Issue: 19210401

Friday, April 1, 1921
APRIL 1st, 1921
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY, LIMITED
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY, LIMITED
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CURZON BROS., Limited
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CURZON BROS., Limited
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CONTENTS
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Gutta Percha & Rubber, Limited
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Gutta Percha & Rubber, Limited
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Question of Railway Wages Looms Large
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INDUSTRY and trade are recovering in many lines in Canada, though unsettling world events have operated to repress buoyancy in sentiment. Enough adverse developments have been recorded of late, through the hitch in reparations settlement and other complications, to discourage enterprise and capital at ordinary times, but other forces seemed to be operating toward happier conditions.
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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CO., Limited
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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CO., Limited
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OUR FOOL LAND POLICY
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FRED V. SEIBERT
MISS AGNES LAUT’S article in MacLean’s Magazine for January 15th, entitled “Our Lost Immigrants,” has attracted a lot of attention in the various departments at Ottawa, and in no place more than in the offices of the Dominion Land Surveyors.
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LINEN SHEETS
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ALAN SULLIVAN
THE Woollman Home for Aged Ladies had in its small garden one large and friendly tree. Beneath these comforting branches successive clusters of decrepit women sojourned for a little while and then passed on, while around the gnarled trunk innumerable memories sprang into pathetic and penultimate life.
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J.BARLEYCORN and J.CANUCK
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CHARLES CHRISTOPHER JENKINS
EYES of all Canada will be centered on Ontario on the 18th of this month, for on that date the “Mother of Western Provinces” will definitely decide whether or no she will jam down the prohibition lid so as to exclude all importation of intoxicating liquors for beverage purposes.
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FOR SALE for a SONG
NO. VII. IN THE SERIES “CANADA REVISITED”
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AGNES C. LAUT
I WILL tell next month how the very laws which were designed to keep oil resources from falling in the hands of big holders impede the development of natural resources and bring about the very thing which they were designed to hinder.
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PAWNED
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FRANK L. PACKARD
FOR a long time John Bruce stared at the closed door; first a little helplessly because the bottom seemed quite to have dropped out of things, and then with set face as the old cabman’s words came back to him: “Crang—not Claire.” And at this a sort of merciless joy crept into his eyes, and he nodded his head in savage satisfaction.
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CARRYING ON BY MARKING TIME
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J. K. MUNRO
PARLIAMENT has survived its opening spasm. The Government has received its mandate to carry on. It is carrying on by marking time. That in brief is Canadian history for the first month of the present session. And as you look back over those early gatherings of statesmen you cannot help but wonder at how great bodies as well as great minds are influenced by minor incidents.
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The Drama of Our Great Forests
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ARTHUR HEMING
THAT day we covered about twenty miles and by the afternoon of the second day we had arrived at the lake on the far shore of which lived Oo-koo-hoo’s sister, Ko-ko-hay — Perfect Woman— with her daughter and her son-in-law and four granddaughters.
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AS A MAN TO HIS FRIEND
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W. MERRIMAN ROUSE
JOHNNY PETERS and Big Bill Stone had been friends for nearly a dozen years, since they first met as stripling river drivers. They smoked each other’s pipes, and, after a time, they began to save for the purpose of buying a farm together. Nothing had happened to strain the bonds of their friendship and they had no thought but that the years would bring them peace and independence upon their own soil.
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On the Road from ONTARIO to TIN PAN ALLEY
A Canadian Song-writer with Two Big Popular Hits to His Credit
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GEOFFREY O’HARA
RIGHT here at the outset, before I begin feeling tempted to try to turn this into a highbrow discussion of music and its deeper significance, I’m going to keep myself down to earth for the rest of the article by making a real, honest confession as to just how I came to write the first of my two popular songs.
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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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U.S. Foreign Policy and Britain
Good Sense Will be Required to Preserve Friendly Relations.
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JOHN H. LATANE
THE various points at issue between Great Britain and the United States are discussed in the first article of a series on American Foreign Policy in the World’s Work by Mr. Latané who, after referring to the Irish question as one which few members of the House or Senate can ignore for fear of antagonizing the Irish vote, refers to the Anglo-Japanese Alliance, for the continuance of which, he says, Americans can see no reason now that the downfall of Russia has placed that power out of question as an antagonist.
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Unemployment Crisis in Britain
Each Industry Should Maintain Its Own Unemployed Workers.
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R. H. TAWNEY
THE question, at present, overshadowing all others in Great Britain is that of unemployment. The percentage of unemployed at the end of December last was greater than at the end of any year since 1909. Dealing with the probable outcome in the New Republic, Mr. Tawney says:— “The crisis has, however, had one good effect.
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J.L.R
All That’s Needed Now.—No more piano for Paderewski! Call the barber.—Kitchener, Ont., Record. Ace High.—A cat may look at a king, but a man prefers to look at an ace.—Brockville Recorder and Times. Explained.—Platonic friendship: A term invented by a married man to kid his conscience.
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Optimistic About the League
An Appreciation of the first Meeting of the Assembly of the League—Ardent Desire to Get Things Done.
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LORD ROBERT CECIL
THE encouraging impressions acquired at the first meeting of the Assembly of the League of Nations at Geneva by Lord Robert Cecil, one of the British representatives, form the subject of an article in the English Review of Reviews. Lord Robert says in part:
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Ideal British Cabinet
Anonymous Writer Suggests Members for Perfect Ministry.
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SPECULATION has been rife in Great Britain as to the identity of the author of a remarkable book “The Mirrors of Downing Street.” It was quite evident that the author was in close touch with men holding the reins of Government. It was evident, too, that he thought the Empire’s business ought to be in the hands of better men.
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U.S. Bar to Naval Disarmament.
Britain Has Already Led the Way in Reduction of Shipbuilding Says American Journalist.
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IN AN editorial in the Scientific American the opinion is frankly expressed that Great Britain has already done all she can be expected to do to show her readiness to follow a policy of naval disarmament. The writer also attributes the Japanese naval program to the aggressive program of the States:— “That very small minority in our Navy Department which would like to see the United States spend about one billion dollars in building ‘incomparably the most powerful fleet in the world’ has tried,” says the writer, “to give the impression that a great naval shipbuilding competition is in progress between the other leading navies and ourselves.
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Common Sense Bridge
Many Clever People Lack Intelligence at Cards.
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A. E. MANNING FOSTER
WHY is it that so many people richly endowed with common sense in all other affairs seem to be bereft of it when they sit down at the card-table?" asks A. E. Manning Foster in the London Daily Mail. “It is not unusual for men of proven ability, heads of great commercial enterprises, financial magnates, and successful business men to reveal themselves as the veriest duffers at auction bridge.
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BOSTON VARNISH COMPANY
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BOSTON VARNISH COMPANY
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BURROU CHES Furniture Co. Limited
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BURROU CHES Furniture Co. Limited
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Dye Industry and Disarmament
Chemical Industries if Concentrated in Germany Are Menace to World’s Peace.
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V. LEFEBURE
DYE factories are chemical plants and to turn their production from dyes to explosives and poison gas is the work of a very brief period, so says Mr. Lefebure in an article in Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering (New York). “Chemical armament is the crux of all disarmament.”
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A Winged Torpedo Boat
The Newest and Most Dangerous Enemy to the Battleship.
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“TIN-FISH” in the Daily Mail
OUTSIDE a comparatively limited few in the naval world not many people know anything much about this latest addition to the number of our fighting machines—and the real protagonist of the aerial navy. “Under the guise of ‘a torpedo-carrying aeroplane’ it figures pretty regularly in discussions upon the relative value of battleship and submarine.
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THE WELCH CO., LIMITED
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THE WELCH CO., LIMITED
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Asbestos Manufacturing Company Limited
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Asbestos Manufacturing Company Limited
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Labor Must be a Partner
British Writer Says Old Industrial Systems Have to be Discarded
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GEORGE A. GREENWOOD
NOT so long ago our own Senator Gideon Robertson suggested that the chief causes of discontent among the labor men of Canada were not so much wages, factory conditions and the like but a haunting fear of recurring periods of unemployment such as the one through which we are now passing.
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The Cecilian Co. Limited
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The Cecilian Co. Limited
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THE COWAN COMPANY LIMITED
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THE COWAN COMPANY LIMITED
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THE WOLTHAUSEN HAT CORP. LIMITED
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THE WOLTHAUSEN HAT CORP. LIMITED
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The Gophir Diamond Co., Limited
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The Gophir Diamond Co., Limited
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The Quaker Oats Company
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The Quaker Oats Company
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T. S. SIMMS & CO., LIMITED
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ROBERT H. HASSLER, Limited
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ROBERT H. HASSLER, Limited
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The Deco - Tint Company
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The Deco - Tint Company
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LYMAN BROS. & CO., LTD.
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LYMAN BROS. & CO., LTD.
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CANADA FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS LIMITED
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A. RAMSAY & SON COMPANY
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The Lloyd Manufacturing Co.
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J. M. ROBINSON & SONS
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J. M. ROBINSON & SONS
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The MARTIN-SENOUR CO. LIMITED
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The MARTIN-SENOUR CO. LIMITED
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THE CANADA PAINT CO. LIMITED
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These?
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Just a Touch of Superstition.— Mrs. Wiggs: “Is Billy ill, Mrs. Skinner?” Mrs. Skinner: “Well, 'e aint ill, exactly, but no stummick can stand 13 buns! It’s an unlucky number.”—Edinburgh Scotsman. Impolite Pedestrian.—A taxi-driver who knocked a man down in Gracechurch Street has summoned him for using abusive language.
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The CANADIAN RAYBESTOS CO., Limited
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MOORE PUSH-PIN COMPANY
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WOMEN AND THEIR WORK
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Why Have We Juvenile Crime?
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ETHEL M. CHAPMAN
THERE’S no denying the records of juvenile crime are appalling—at least when they appear as black and white statistics. Interpreted through the vision of the people who search for causes and provocations and remedies rather than inherent perversity, the boy who gets himself into trouble today is not essentially different from the “difficult” boy of other times, only he is up against a harder set of conditions, and he gets more publicity.
Maclean's_19210401_0034_007_0083.xml
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