Issue: 19220101

Sunday, January 1, 1922
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MACLEAN'S
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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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Bond Prices and an Advance in Sterling Presage Brighter Times
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THE past fortnight has witnessed a continuation of the strengthening of prices of bonds to a marked degree both in Canada and the United States. This rise in bond prices is regarded in financial circles as one of the cycle movements that mark the culmination of a period of business depression and the first step towards a return to improved conditions.
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Canadian Debentures Corporation
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Canadian Debentures Corporation
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W. A. MacKenzie & Co., Ltd.
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W. A. MacKenzie & Co., Ltd.
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THE OPAL PRINCESS
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MADGE MACBETH
ABOVE, a great dome of scorching, coppercolored sky that seemed to sway and drag at the trees that rose to meet its edges, as a balloon strains at the strong pegs that moor it to the earth. Almost directly overhead, the sun— a cruel, malignant ball of flame, that looked (had any human eye been able to turn upward in that glare) like a hole cut in a piece of burnished metal, behind which the fires of a titanic furnace blazed.
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Sir Edward's Last Decision
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“Sapper” H. C. McNEILE
ONA certain day in the year of grace 1921, there came into being a Special and Very Select Club. There was no entrance fee and no subscription which is where it differed from All Other Clubs. Its membership was limited to five: the Actor, the Barrister, the Doctor, the Ordinary Man and the Writer.
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THE REAL SEA WOLF
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NOEL ROBINSO
ONE morning about fourteen years ago a well-set-up, rough-and-tumble type of man—open-faced and clear-eyed— wended his way down to one of the marine stores on the San Francisco waterfront. It was a junk store of a type familiar to most seaports—full of romance for those who have eyes and ears for the romantic in life.
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O, DEMOS, WHERE IS THY STING?
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J. K. MUNRO
THE election has come and gone, the fighting and tumult have faded into recrimination and sneers and the ordinary everyday citizen, “even as you and I,” is realising that it makes mighty little difference to his individual prosperity who regins at Ottawa, or what brand of Government hands out favors to its friends.
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PROHIBITION COMES TO LONDON
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STEPHEN LEACOCK
How glad I am that I have lived to see this wonderful reform of prohibition at last accomplished in England! There is something so difficult about the English, so stolid, so hard to move. We tried everything in the great campaign that we made, and for ever so long it didn't seem to work.
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THE OTHER MAN’S CARD
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BEATRICE HERON-MAXWELL
CHANCE, the wayward goddess, in one of her most whimsical moods, looking round for a human ball to toss, spotted Macclaren Heswell, who for the moment was at a loose end—and realised he would make ideal sport. For in his official capacity out East he had learnt to do everything by rule and rote, to weigh all his actions in a balance and repress both inclination and impulse unless they tallied with expediency.
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ROSY LILY
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Lloyd Roberts
THERE came the sharply-cheerful tinkle of sleigh-bells. Davy wiped his be-floured hands on the roller as he threw back the door. A sorrel was towing a pung across the clearing; its nostrils and steaming flanks raising a thin cloud in the bitter air.
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Canada and the Fordney Tariff
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HON. JOSEPH W. FORDNEY
MR. FORDNEY is Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee of the United States, and author of the Fordney, or Emergency, Tariff. He married a Canadian girl, from Guelph, Ont., and is well informed on Canadian problems. Note his statement that: “The pending Tariff Bill contains three provisions under which the President may negotiate with foreign countries for the purpose of making reciprocal tariff arrangements— and these provisions will be of special interest to Canada.”
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THE RED COATS WILL GET YOU
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R. G. MacBETH
THE White North has taken heavy toll of the men in scarlet and gold who were at the outposts of Empire as exponents of British administration. When Fitzgerald left Herschell Island on his last patrol Sergeant Selig and Constable Wissenden remained in charge of that remote and lonely point: but in January, despite the efforts of his solitary white companion, Wissenden, Selig, after much suffering, passed over the Great Divide.
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How Habitable Is Northern Canada?
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VILHJALMUR STEFANSSON
APPARENTLY, on my mere say-so, the following article will say about the North various things which are the opposite of common beliefs. Two years ago this would have been embarrassing for me. Even those who might have admitted that eleven years beyond the polar circle, travelling on the average two thousand miles per year on foot, had given me ample opportunity to study conditions up there, could still have questioned my veracity or my judgment— if not both.
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Mount Stephen, Pioneer, Passes
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GEORGE H. HAM
NEARLY a century ago a braw young barefooted Scotch laddie worked and played on the crofts of his home land. The other day that same sturdy little fellow was buried not far distant from where he had spent his simple early life, with all the pomp and circumstance that accompany the obsequies of the Great.
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MOSTLY SALLY
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Pelham Grenville Wodehouse
SALLY’S emotions, as she sat in her apartment on the morning of her return to New York, resembled somewhat those of a swimmer who, after wavering on a raw morning at the brink of a chill pool, nerves himself to the plunge. She was aching, but she knew that she had done well.
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Reo Motor Car Co.
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Reo Motor Car Co.
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Helping Jobless In Germany
Adult Industrial Training Is Proving An Effective Remedy
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FELIX MORLEY
VARIOUS methods are at present being tried to cope with the evil of unemployment. In some cases wholesale reduction of wages has been instituted, in others attempts have been made to stimulate trade. These methods aim at remedy not at cure.
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Observe! Remember! Compare!
Canadian Scientist’s Advice to Those Who Would Retain Vigor of Mental Youth
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ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL
SELF-EDUCATION is a life-long process, says Alexander Graham Bell, the eminent Canadian inventor of the Telephone, in an interview with Mary B. Mullett in the American Magazine. The famous scientist is seventy-five, but—although physically alert too—astonishes his friends by his amazing mental vigor and youthfulness.
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Esher’s "K of K" a Libel
Says Mr. Asquith in Remarkable Defence of Lord Kitchener
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THE RT. HON. H. H. ASQUITH, K.C., M.P.
VISCOUNT ESHER’S “Life of Kitchener” is a gross libel on “K of K”, avers former premier H. H. Asquith, in an outspoken article in the Saturday Evening Post of December 10. Mr. Asquith is not one who “writes for the press” on any slight excuse, but in this article, which reads as if he were holding himself in restraint throughout, he apparently feels that on him falls the burden of vindicating Lord Kitchener.
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Russia’s “Margot Asquith”
Countess Kleinmichel Writes Spritely Memoirs of Petrograd and Paris
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COUNTESS KLEINMICHEL
IN THE Paris Gaulois its editor, M. Saint-Real, describes one of those survivors of the old régime, one of those great Russian ladies who used to be the wonder and delight of Paris and Rome and the Riviera, says a writer in the New York Times. Most of them are dead, probably.
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Gain Riches Killing Bulls
Thousands of Dollars Paid Toreros Per Performance— Get Rich Quick, If You Live
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F. BRITTEN AUSTIN
KILLING bulls in Spain is a much more profitable business than building castles there—or an immensely more remunerative one than the slaughter of male bovines in any other part of the world. F. Britten Austin, writing for the London Daily Mail, tells us that for an afternoon’s work in spectacularly killing two bulls in the ring before holiday spectators, Spanish toreros, or star bull fighters, receive the equivalent of $700 to $2,500 and upwards; while Joselito, famous bullfighter killed last year, was paid $2,810 for each single exhibition at which he despatched two bulls.
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Tact, Talent, Hard Work
These Qualities Essential in Executives—Men, Not Machines, Achieve Success
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H. C. HOHFELD
PUTTING men’s brains and integrity up against a measuring stick of responsibility which will show actually what they are producing is the system advocated by H. L. Hohfeld, president of the Hohfeld Manufacturing Company, in an article “It’s Men, Not Machines, That Count,” written for Forbes Magazine.
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Russian Schools Soviet Hot-beds
Rags, Dirt and Hunger Trinity That Haunt Learning Halls.
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A. F. DAMANSKY
IN A PAMPHLET entitled, “The House of Cards Built By the Soviets,” just recently published in Berlin in the Russian language, A.F. Damansky, a well known Russian woman writer, describes the condition of Russian schools as she knew them. Like other writers who have escaped from Russia, she is quite embittered against Lenine and his methods, and at the end of her article she produces some excellent reasons for feeling that way.
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How Labor Could Control
Should the Laborer Become Both Capitalist and Worker?
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A. A. BERLE
AN IDEAL condition for labor and capital is outlined in The New Republic by Mr. Berle, who considers the dream is not beyond the possibility of realiza“Most corporations,” he says, “have at their financial base certain borrowed capital.
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Wit.Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J.L.R
A Deft One—The Irish situation is practically settled. All that is now needed is the final assent of the American newspapers.—The Goblin, Toronto. Still Why Grudge Henry His Pleasure?—There’s one nice thing about being poor. Drayton doesn’t sit up sights to devise new ways to take a crack at you.
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Chamois Hunting
Thrilling Description of a Little-Known Sport
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THE LIVING AGE
CHAMOIS hunting is not a sport with which the Canadian sportsman is familiar. That it is one, however, in which the hunter is supplied with plenty of exciting moments is evident from a description given in the Paris illustrated weekly mentioned above.
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Tear Bombs For Unruly Mobs
Lachrymose Gas To Be Used Against Bandits and Disorderly Crowds
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WM. A. McGARRY
THE USE of various kinds of gas bombs in the Great War is responsible for an idea which culminated in a demonstration held recently under police supervision on the meadows of Philadelphia. Several stalwart policemen of the city volunteered for the test and it was conclusively proved that tear gas bombs, though far less deadly, are quite as effective as revolver fire.
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No Seas, No Storms On Mars
Inhabitants Drain Moisture From Poles To Obtain Water Supply
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IVAN C. SMITH
THAT Mars, our neighbor planet, who is soon to come the closest to our Earth that he has been in a century, is an oceanless, streamless world, reclaimed for habitation by some higher form of life that has systematically creased its whole surface with a network of canals that drain the moisture from melting glaciers at its poles, is the theory advanced by Ivan C. Smith, writing for Science and Invention The fact that snow congeals on the poles of Mars in winter and thaws in summer, this writer maintains, is proof that Mars has an atmosphere.
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Little Danger of Burial Alive
Although Scientists Claim Border-land Between Life and Death
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DRS. HALLUIN
CRUCHET
THERE is what seems to be a “no man’s land” between life and death, a very brief period in which the. proper measures may result in resuscitation. And at least some of these resuscitations may be permanent. The Medical Record (New York) quotes some experiments made by Dr. Halluin of Lille and the comments of Dr. Cruchet, editor of the Journal de Medicine (Bordeaux) as follows: “Halluin has a series of eighty-one collected cases of death following surgical operation in which resuscitation methods were tested.
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Dirt, Garlic and Disease
British Soldiers Released From Cruel Service With Spanish In Morocco
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London Times
Party—'shun—Dismiss!” The Moroccan adventures of fiftythree British Legionaries including several Canadians were brought to an end with that familiar word of command, shouted, as often before, under the roof of Victoria Station, writes a representative of the London Times.
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Their Indiscretions Are Safe
English Publicists Talkative, But Not Where They’ll Be Reported
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GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
IN HIS characteristic vein, Mr. Shaw is writing a series of four articles for the London Nation, in which, among other things, he explains why he didn’t emulate H. G. Wells and “cover” the Washington Conference for a syndicate of dailies; and why he expects that the journalists there will publish little news that’s news except when it is officially and openly announced.
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We’re Interested In—Us
Writes Lord Northcliffe, Explaining His Methods of Attracting Readers
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LORD NORTHCLIFFE
WHAT interests people? Themselves. That is one of the unfortunate difficulties of newspaper making. There is so much that should interest the public, but that doesnt’.” writes Lord Northcliffe in the American Magazine. “I tried to interest the American and the Canadian public in the war that was obviously coming—in which they would obviously be involved—by a series of speeches and statements delivered in 1997 to large gatherings and large newspapers in both those countries.
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Are You Fair and Square?
Some Simple Tests Which Will Aid Men and Women in Self-Analysis
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DR. FRANK CRANE
WHAT sort of man or woman do you suppose other people conceive you to be? How have they summed you up? One can look to the mirror to tell him what other people see when they look at him, but there is no real mirror of character. Dr. Frank Crane, noted writer on psychological subjects, has devised a system whereby everyone can by simple selfanalysis get a fair notion of what other persons think of him or her.
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Don’t Sidestep the Tough Job
Size Should Not Awe the Worker Who Would Achieve Success
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MAJOR-GENERAL GEORGE W. GOETHALS
I FIND,” said General Goethals, as resported by Samuel Crowther in the American Magazine, “that a great many people are afraid to try to do a big job, of any kind, simply because it is big. They let themselves be frightened by mere size; and this fear keeps them from accomplishing what they are perfectly able to do.
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COMMERCIAL CARS LIMITED
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Ex-Service—a Story, a Moral
A Poignant Sketch Which May Pass as Fiction
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CHRIS MASSIE
IN THE current issue of the English Review a sketch entitled “Ex-Service” has attracted a good deal of attention. The author is Chris Massie, who writes with a deft and poignant pen: “ ‘Well, after all,’ said his wife, ‘it’s better than what you had to put up with out there.’
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“I’m No Longer a ‘Freak’!”
Says First Feminine Member of the British House of Commons
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LADY ASTOR
LADY Astor, the first woman member of the British Parliament, says that no longer is she looked upon as a “freak”; the male members have accepted her, though some of them not any too enthusiastically, and since Mrs. Wintringham was elected the novelty seems more than ever to have worn off.
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Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0068.xml
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Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0069.xml
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Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0070.xml
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Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0071.xml
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WOMEN AND THEIR WORK
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Is This a Woman’s Problem?
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GENEVIEVE GORHAM
A FEW years ago there appeared in a Toronto daily newspaper a startling editorial heading: “She Might Have Been Your Daughter.” It was the story of a young girl of good family who had married and whose after life had been blighted by the results arising from venereal disease contracted by the husband before his marriage.
Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0072.xml
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Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0073.xml
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WOMEN AND THEIR WORK
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Is a Wife Worth While, Asks Canadian Authoress
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MADGE MACBETH
Do women pay their share in the upkeep of existence so to speak? This is a pertinent question Mrs. Madge MacBeth a favorite contributor to MacLean’s asks in the “N.Y. Times Magazine”. Before proceeding further with my difficult task, let me confide to the gentle reader that the ensuing article is not the lofty preachment of a woman who recommends wintering in California to a sweat-shop consumptive.
Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0074.xml
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Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0075.xml
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Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0076.xml
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Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0077.xml
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Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0078.xml
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Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0079.xml
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Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0080.xml
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Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0081.xml
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Maclean's_19220101_0035_001_0082.xml