Issue: 19210901

Thursday, September 1, 1921
September 1st, 1921
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MACLEAN'S
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON CO., Limited
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON CO., Limited
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MACLEAN'S
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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When Will "Free Buying" Be Resumed?
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THE successful flotation of an offering of $3,000,000 of bonds in New York by the Province of Saskatchewan in August suggests the advisability of further efforts being made to increase United States investments in Canada. The Canadian investing public has been called on to a far greater extent than was wise during the present year.
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Now THEY TALK CANADIAN
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IN MY capacity as “Official Trustee”—a position which I will proceed shortly to explain I have been surprised at the number and variety of things which cause friction and lead our foreign settlers to object to the formation of a proper school district.
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Uncle James’ Golf Match
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SAPPER H. C. McNEILE
"UNCLE James should be here soon," said Molly thoughtfully from the other end of the teatable. "For Heaven's sake be nice to him, Peter.” “When have I ever not been nice to Uncle James?” I demanded. “But I tell you candidly, Molly, that it can’t last much longer. He’s only fifty-five: he will almost certainly live another forty years.
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A CANADIAN LOCHINVAR
A Rollicking Story of Brigands in Mexico, a Beautiful Girl, and a Dare-devil Canadian—In the Days Just Before the United States Declared War
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ADAM HAROLD BROWN
BREAKFAST over, Cayley found a native guide, decked out like a comic opera brigand, under whose escort Jimmie McPherson rode off for the Rio del Rey. Jimmie was to determine the electric power potentialities of a water-fall on the stream and report to his employers in Canada.
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Mackenzie’s Rise and Decline
Another brilliant biographical sketch from “Ottawa in Masquerade,” a book to be published shortly. Other pithy, pungent chapters will follow in succeeding issues of MacLean’s
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“THE MAKE-UP MAN”
A FEW years ago the first Eskimo movie ever taken was shown in Toronto to a small audience who waited an hour for the film which did not begin until a thick grizzly man with shrewd, penetrating eyes came in with his party. “Sir William Mackenzie, late as usual”, whispered one.
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What Janey Thinks of Nellie
Mrs. McClung is probably Canada’s leading woman orator. She is now en route to England where she will represent Canadian Methodism at the Ecumenical Congress. This study is particularly interesting as it is from the pen of another famous western woman writer
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MRS. EMILY F. MURPHY
WE WERE travelling through Southern Alberta last Spring,—Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst and I—when, having elicited all I knew concerning irrigation, Indian Reserves, tumble-weed, seed grain loans, and other matters pertaining to the district, she proceeded, as a return courtesy, to teach me anew and somewhat intricate game of solitaire.
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The Heirlooms’ Clause
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THEODORE GOODRIDGE ROBERTS
THE manners of the Braddock boys were old-fashioned even to the extent of being early-Victorian. They were elaborately, sometimes painfully, selfconscious and always sincere. They had come to them from their Kentish grandfather, Captain John Braddock, R.N., through the instructions and example of their father Such manners could not have survived the gnawing of time and the blandishments of new styles in any but a rural and Becluded community nor under many other combinations of domestic conditions than the circumstances in which the boys had been born and bred.
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WILL CANADA BE LEFT OUT?
Who Represented the Canadian Press at the Recent Conference in London
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M. GRATTAN O’LEARY
ON November 11, anniversary of the fateful flay when the Prussian dream of Weltmacht culminated in catastrophic defeat, there shall convene in Washington a congress of the statesmen of the great powers of the world. The purpose of the gathering will he two-fold.
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SHAUGHNESSY, THE EFFICIENT
“The Mirrors of Downing Street” and “The Mirrors of Washington” Have Created Sensations of International Importance. This Chapter is from the Canadian Equivalent—“Ottawa in Masquerade,” a Book Which Will Startle Canada When Published
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“THE MAKE-UP MAN”
CANADA has a national habit of veneration for the C.P.R. just as England used to have for Kitchener in Egypt. The travels of H.M. Stanley in Africa were not more wonderful than the everyday lives of Sandford Fleming’s engineers routing that great new line through the Rockies: and the legend of Monte Cristo scarcely more fabulous than the exploits of Van Horne in getting the money or the work done without it.
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ALL ABOARD THE FISH SPECIAL!
Prince Rupert is the Largest Halibut Market in the World. What Does This Mean to the Canadian National Railway, to Canada and to You?
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SCOTT I. DUTHIE
WHEN I got the first facts for this article, in Prince Rupert, B.C., and while travelling in the caboose of a “fish special” between Prince Rupert and Prince George, I intended to make it more or less polite “muck raking”, a la Ida Tarbell, Ray Stannard Baker, el al.
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THE VALLEY OF GOLD
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DAVID HOWARTH
ANDY put his horsefthrough at a stiff pace. The homestead was shrouded in blackness, as he approached. Riding through the gate he cantered swiftly down the lane, and pulled up beside the house. He had but halted when he discerned the dim movement of figures on all sides of him.
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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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Twilight of Britain’s Parliament
British Critic Avers House of Commons’ Influence Has Passed to the Press
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A. G. GARDINER
A.G. GARDINER, whose “Prophets, Priests and Kings” and other studies of contemporary British publicists are admittedly amongst the est of this sort of literature, writes in the Atlantic about the transference of actual power from the members of the House of Commons to the men who control the destinies of the big newspapers.
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Canada’s Highest Mountain
Mount Logan, Second Mountain in Altitude in North America, Has Not Yet Been Climbed
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A. P. COLEMAN
FEW white men have seen Mt. Logan, the second highest mountain on this continent, but it has been photographed by the Abruzzi expedition and by the Yukon Alaska Boundary Survey, and its height has been determined at 19,850 “It will be climbed some day” says Prof. A.P. Coleman, dean of the Faculty of Arts, University of Toronto, in a contribution to the Canadian Forum, “and its first ascent should be made by-Canadians and not by Italians or Americans or even Englishmen.
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“Normalcy” in Europe
Well-informed Economist Says German Manufacturers Can Undersell Other Countries.
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CARL W. ACKERMAN
TREMENDOUS progress in the rehabilitation oí Central Europe is noted by Dr. Alonzo E. Taylor, one of the best-informed men in the world on European economic affairs, in an interview given to Carl W. Ackerman of the Philadelphia Public Ledger:
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Articles Lost in Patients
Sponges, Gauze and Forceps Have Been Forgotten by Surgeons.
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Medical Record (New York)
THERE seems to be no system by means of which the growing frequency with which lost articles are left by doctors inside their patients can be diminished. There ought to be an intelligent count before and after operation of all sponges, clamps, forceps, drainage tubes and even rings, says a writer in the Medical Record (New York).
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Deadly Drops From Air
Three Will Be Sufficient to Cause Death.
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GENERAL FRIES
DROPPING gas bombs from high altitudes is only the beginning of the destructive use of gas by air-planes. In the next war, no matter how soon it may occur, a deadly composition called Lewisite will be used, says Brigadier-General Amos A. Fries, chief of the Chemical Warfare Service, of the United States, with far more devastating effect than that of mustard gas.
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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Not by a Darn Sight—Keeping out of jail isn’t all there is to honesty.—Cobalt Nugget. Cause and Effect—At times it is difficult to distinguish between piety and loss of appetite.—Nelson News. With Discretion—God give us men, but not too many from Southern Europe.—Palmerston Spectator.
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Ears on Their Front Legs
Amazing Are the Ways Certain Insects Hear and Smell
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DR. ERNEST BADE
SCIENTISTS have sometimes devoted months, or years of experimentation to decide some minor habit of a moth or a grasshopper. Dr Ernest Bade, in Science and Invention, tells some of the ways insects see, smell and hear: “Another common sound-producing insect is the harvest-fly, whose song has long been under observation.
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Ali Scorned the Crocodiles
Native African Swam Safely Through Thickly Infested Waters.
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HANS COUDENHOVE
IN AN unusually informative article in the Atlantic, entitled “African Folk,” Hans Coudenhove discusses some of the habits of the various African tribes— their superstitions, their courage and cowardice, and the points of contrast which are observed by the trained investigator, or the old resident, between various black tribes.
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Storrs, Jerusalem’s Ruler
Governor Enters Thoroughly Into the Life of the People.
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New York Times
ANOTHER man to be ranked with the world-famous Colonel Lawrence of Arabia, is Ronald Storrs, whose work is thus summarized in the New York Times, Literary Supplement: “One of the several picturesque figures brought into world view on the eastern shores of the Mediterranean during the war was Ronald Storrs.
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“Have You Heard This One?”
Time and Money Wasted by Telling Stories in Business Hours.
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BRUCE BARTON
THE value of time lost by men in business in telling “good stories” is the subject of an article in the American. “Arriving home last evening at seven-thirty for a seven-o’clock dinner, I was met by my better half with a look that showed no quarter.
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CHANNELL LIMITED
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WILLYS-OVERLAND LIMITED
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MACLEAN’S RELIABLE DIRECTORY
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WOMEN AND THEIR WORK
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Dinner Table Common Sense
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WILLIAM FLEMING FRENCH
THE TITLE of this article might be “The Science of Feeding”, or “Common Sense at the Dinner Table,” and not be far off the mark. As a matter of fact, science and common sense are always synonymous, and where we observe these twain good health is inevitable.
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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The Narrow Squeak.—Mrs. Farmer (just back from the county fair)—“Well Abner, we’ve all had a narrer escape from being eaten alive! They had a wild cannibal Igorotte at the fair, and if it wasn’t the same feller that helped us hay last July and left because we didn’t take a newspaper!”—Chicago.
Maclean's_19210901_0034_015_0081.xml
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Maclean's_19210901_0034_015_0082.xml
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Maclean's_19210901_0034_015_0083.xml
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Maclean's_19210901_0034_015_0084.xml
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Swift Canadian Co.
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Swift Canadian Co.
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Maclean's_19210901_0034_015_0085.xml
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Maclean's_19210901_0034_015_0086.xml
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Maclean's_19210901_0034_015_0087.xml