Issue: 19230101

Monday, January 1, 1923
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MACLEAN'S
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0001.xml
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY, LIMITED: EVEREADY FLASHLIGHT
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY, LIMITED
EVEREADY FLASHLIGHT
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0002.xml
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THE AUTO KNITTER HOSIERY (CANADA) CO., LTD.
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THE AUTO KNITTER HOSIERY (CANADA) CO., LTD.
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0003.xml
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In The Editor's Confidence
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In The Editor's Confidence
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THERE are several interesting and instructive remarks and suggestions contained in a letter which I have just received from A. W. B., Saskatoon—I hesitate to give his full name owing to the personal nature of some of his letter from which I wish to quote.
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masthead
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MACLEAN'S
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CONTENTS
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0006.xml
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GUTTA PERCHA & RUBBER, LIMITED
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GUTTA PERCHA & RUBBER, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0007.xml
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Advertisements
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0008.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENS
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RETURN TO MODERATE PROSPERITY IN CANADA HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHD
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GILBERT E. JACKSON
FROM the Canadian standpoint the year has been one of undoubted progress, although there has been an absence of dramatic incident. The good harvest has been instrumental in relieving the troubles in the West, and the prairie farmer is no longer restricted to the proverbial choice between the sale of his hogs for a living and the sale of the farm itself.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0009.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENS
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ADVANCE IN COMMODITY PRICES, 1923, FORECAST
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GILBERT E. JACKSON
THE Canadian townsman has always found in the Canadian farmer by all odds his best customer, and has shared alike in his prosperity or poverty. He has a vital interest in the welfare of Canadian agriculture. It had been hoped that 1922 would witness a decisive recovery in the purchasing power of the farmers.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0010.xml
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The Bank of Toronto
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The Bank of Toronto
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0011.xml
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Canadian Debentures Corporation Limited
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Canadian Debentures Corporation Limited
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0012.xml
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Canadian Machinery & Manufacturing News
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Canadian Machinery & Manufacturing News
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0013.xml
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Advertisements
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0014.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENS
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STOCK MARKET INDICATIONS WARRANT FAIR OPTIMISM
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A. M. MUNDAY
THE past year has been one of steady progress, with a general steadying movement in all lines of business. Conditions seem also to point to a continuation of these happy auguries during the coming year. At least such are the indications as far as they appear in the records and prospects of the stock and security markets and business conditions generally.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0015.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENS
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ANSWERS To FINANCIAL QUERIES
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Question—I am holding some Victory bonds and have been advised to sell them to purchase Bell Telephone shares as an investment. Please give me your opinion on the transaction.—Subscriber, Wainwright, Sask. Answer—An exchange of Victory bonds for Bell Telephone stock might easily become a profitable transaction, looking at it from the return on your money.
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PLAYER’S
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0017.xml
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Advertisement
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0018.xml
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0019.xml
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STANFIELD’S LIMITED
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STANFIELD’S LIMITED
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0020.xml
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9,10,11,12,45,46,47,48,49,50
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THE WAR OF THE CAPTAINS
A story of swift justice coming out of the sea, to blaze for a moment into blood and fire, and to sink again into peace
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ALBERT RICHARD WETJEN
THE charts called it Heaven Island, and its appearance and climate in no way belied its name. The books on Pacific sailing directions gave it as one of the finest places at which to water, and in the old days many ships made it a point to call there.
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An English Girl—God Bless Her!
Mrs. Barlow is the winner of the First Prize, $100, in our "War Bride” contest. These are stories of sheer grit and British pluck. The others will follow
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DOROTHY BARLOW
"WELCOME” in large, bright letters is the only word I ever saw on Canada’s doormat. It is there in the plainest of Empire language and, within my experience, practically ninety-nine per cent, of the war brides from the British Isles have seen and experienced its magic.
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RAJAH OF AGH BUTHAL
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R. T. M. SCOTT
THE Rajah of Agh Buthal strolled through the gem-studded doors of his women’s quarters and the two black guards, with scimitars drawn, bowed low as the huge doors swung together. In the sunset glow, the fountain-splashed garden, in which he stood, seemed to nestle like a raindrop amid the encircling, craggy mountains.
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Are Canadian Salmon Doomed?
Miss Bell has practically been “brought up amongst the salmon" of B. C. and recently investigated this industry for MacLean's
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DOROTHY G. BELL
FROM reliable and authentic sources of information in Ottawa, MacLean’s is enabled to announce that the Duff commission, appointed to investigate the conditions of the British Columbia salmon fishing industry. will recommend at the forthcoming session of Parliament that drastic measures be taken in 1923 to protect the salmon industry.
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THE FIT-UP
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GILBERT FRANKAU
THE business of the drama being to create illusion for the public, it follows as a consequence that the dramatist must rid himself of all private illusions— learning to survey his dramas, and more especially the actors and actresses who portray them to the public, from a standpoint of the coldest, most critical, most businesslike detachment.
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Girding for the Fray
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J. K. MUNRO
ANOTHER session of Parliament is lifting its head over the horizon. Yet a week or two and the cannon's roar will cause Rt. Hon. W. L. M. King and Rt. Hon. Arthur Meighen to crawl into their Windsor uniforms, the gaily-caparisoned Governor-General will read an “address from the throne.”
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0026.xml
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BRAINS: LIMITED
In which the author gives this tale of suspense an unusual twist
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ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE
JONAS HAIGHT and Wesley Trollivor were talking of the Parnley Estate, and of the millions it represented, millions that they virtually controlled; for had not David Webster, the heir, been reported dead? Their satisfaction was short lived, for a wire from the north reported the rumor of death unfounded and presaged the speedy return of Webster.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0027.xml
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WHEN THE QUIZZER WAS QUIZZED
Here are two actual tests — one recently set by a professor for his students in psychology; the other evolved by these feminine students in psychology, stung to the quick, when they failed. Which set of questions would YOU prefer?
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E. J. PRATT
AT LAST the worm has turned! Although this is perhaps not a very gallant remark, when referring to a bevy of good-looking and studious young ladies, yet no other phrase so aptly expresses what recently occurred in a well-known Canadian university.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0028.xml
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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 and women of the world to-day.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0029.xml
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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What Saved Us From New War?
General Harington and Those with More Vision Than Certain Politicians Prevented Near East Catastrophe
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RENE PINON
THIS unusually well-informed writer in the Reoue des Deux Mondes has many interesting comments to make regarding the causes and effects of the Near East embroglio, and with reference to the various factors which prevented the Empire, including of course Canada, from being drawn into a needless war.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0030.xml
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Wasting Cash on Battleships
"Where Would the Enemy Strike?” Asks Noted Admiral, Advocating Spending More Money on Aeroplanes
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ADMIRAL MARK KERR
MONEY devoted to the building of more big battleships would simply be wasted, Admiral Mark Kerr sets out to prove in an article, “Where the Enemy Would Strike,” published in The London Sunday Chronicle. The big battleship’s effectiveness in sea war has been negatived by the submarine and the aeroplane just as the javelin was by the gun, he contends.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0031.xml
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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End Franco-German Feud
A Former Premier of France Asserts His Country Must Curb Racial Bitterness
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JOSEPH CAILLAUX
FRANCE and Germany must bury their differences, seeking each the viewpoint of the other, and striving for the common ground of mutual understanding. Joseph Caillaux, former premier of France, contends in a vigorous article published in The London Sunday Express.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0032.xml
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Between Friends
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J.E.M.
After a close examination of the Christmas cards which came to us this year we have pleasure in announcing that Doctor Henry VanDyke’s batting average as a writer of pleasing sentiments still exceeds the .400 mark. In this department of human activity Old Van is as smooth as P. C. Larkin’s top-hat.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0033.xml
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Ruhr Question Disturbs Peace
French Government’s Agent Delivers Ominous Report — May Cause Drastic Action
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MANCHESTER GUARDIAN
PRESIDENT POINCARE lately sent M. Dariac to the Rhine district of Germany to report on the economics and industry of the Rhine province. A writer in the Manchester Guardian expresses serious misgivings over M. Dariac’s report which he says, if it commend itself to the French Government, means that we must abandon hope for the future peace of Europe.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0034.xml
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Are Blamed for Eastern Fiasco
British Government "Either Wanted War. .or Lost Their Heads."
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DUKE OF NORTHUMBERLAND
IN THE National Review the Duke of Northumberland pens a scathing indictment of Lloyd George’s policy with regard to the Near East. After pointing out how the recall of Constantine to Greece offered an excellent opportunity for a change of policy of which France and Italy had the sense to take advantage, he continues:— "Whatever obligations we may have owed to Venitelos.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J•L•R
Much Too Progressive—And it is most improper to address the new leader as "Hey, Forke.”—Ottawa Journal. Changing Customs—A sniff no longer means contempt, but only hope and expectant curiosity.—Chatham News. A Canny Thought—Most of the things men fight for could be purchased with the money expended in the fight.— Vancouver Sun.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Where Britain and U. S. Meet
Two Factors May Involve Clashing of Anglo-Saxon Interests in Near Future
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DAWSON RICHARDS
THAT there is a growing rivalry of commercial interest between the United States and Great Britain which will call for careful handling by both sides is the contention of Mr. Richards in an article in Our World. Anglo-American friendship, he feels, is going to be put to the supreme test by this commercial rivalry.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0037.xml
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Fels-Naptha
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PROCTER & GAMBLE: IVORY SOAP
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PROCTER & GAMBLE
IVORY SOAP
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0039.xml
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Harmonize Capital and Labor
Employee Must Be Guaranteed His Wage and Capital Must Be Ensured Fair Return
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DR. CHARLES P. STEINMETZ
"THE GOAL of industrial co-operation is the elimination of the alternate periods of depression and inflation,” declares Dr. Charles P. Steinmetz, consulting engineer of the General Electric Company, who has been delivering lectures on the economic situation at open forum meetings in Schenectady, N. Y. He insists that the orderly progress of prosperity depends upon the harmonizing of two requirements—industry must be organized so as to guarantee to the employee a living wage, and to capital a fair and continuous return.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0040.xml
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Russia, a Grafters’ Paradise
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GEORG CLEINOW
OCTAVE COURTNAY
RUSSIA, though gradually subsiding into something in the semblance of law and order, is still a land of slovenly business methods and a paradise for certain types of grafters who thrive and wax rich under soviet rule, if we are to believe what is told us in two remarkable articles by Georg Cleinow and Octave Courtnay, one of which appeared in Hugo Stinnes’ journal, Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung, and the other in L'Echo de Paris.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0041.xml
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0042.xml
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S. W. FARBER
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S. W. FARBER
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0043.xml
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Using a Double in Good Bridge
Business Doubles and Negative Doubles Lead To Dire Confusion
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A. E. MANNING FOSTER
IN ONE of his interesting short articles on bridge in the Daily Mail, A. E. Manning Foster compliments Mr. Berg-holt on an article in the Field explaining Americans’ conventions at bridge. The informative double is the chief point dealt with.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0044.xml
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Sloan’s Liniment
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Sloan’s Liniment
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0045.xml
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0046.xml
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0047.xml
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0048.xml
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The Easy Washing Machine Co., Limited
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The Easy Washing Machine Co., Limited
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0049.xml
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Dr. Margaret Ruppert
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Dr. Margaret Ruppert
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0050.xml
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Sandfelder Corporation: Shur-Rite
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Sandfelder Corporation
Shur-Rite
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0051.xml
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Advertisements
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0052.xml
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SHERWIN CODY SCHOOL OF ENGLISH
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SHERWIN CODY SCHOOL OF ENGLISH
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0053.xml
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The Quaker Oals Company
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The Quaker Oals Company
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0054.xml
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Advertisement: MACLEAN’S
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MACLEAN’S
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0055.xml
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MACLEAN’S
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0056.xml
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F.W.WOOLWORTH CO. LIMITED
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F.W.WOOLWORTH CO. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0057.xml
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Advertisements
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0058.xml
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T.S. Simms and Co. Limited
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T.S. Simms and Co. Limited
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0059.xml
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THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO.
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THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET CO.
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0060.xml
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Advertisement: CHASE & SANBORN
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CHASE & SANBORN
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0061.xml
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Advertisement: H. A. MACDONELL
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H. A. MACDONELL
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0062.xml
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The School of Accountancy
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The School of Accountancy
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0063.xml
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Canadian Kodak Co., Limited
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Canadian Kodak Co., Limited
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0064.xml
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MACLEAN’S MAGAZINE
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0065.xml
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Beecham’s Pills
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Beecham’s Pills
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0066.xml
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MOTHERSILL REMEDY COMPANY
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MOTHERSILL REMEDY COMPANY
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0067.xml
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Lymans, Limited
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Lymans, Limited
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0068.xml
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THE H. O. CEREAL COMPANY INC.: FORCE
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THE H. O. CEREAL COMPANY INC.
FORCE
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0069.xml
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0070.xml
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0071.xml
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Advertisement: Boncilla Beautifier
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Boncilla Beautifier
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0072.xml
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WOMEN and THEIR WORK
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TELLING 32,000 CHILDREN WHAT TO READ
Wonders Accomplished by Lillian Smith, B. A., Head of “The Boys’ and Girls’ House”—A Development of the Toronto Public Library
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GERTRUDE E. S. PRINGLE
AN ARTISTIC old grey mansion with green shutters and ivy clinging to its walls bears the sign: "The Boys’ and Girls’ House.” Once the abode of an old Toronto family, this dignified-looking dwelling has been equipped as a public library for the exclusive use of boys and girls.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0073.xml
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ALEXANDER LABORATORIES
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ALEXANDER LABORATORIES
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0074.xml
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The Ingersoll Packing Company, Limited: Ingersoll Cream Cheese
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The Ingersoll Packing Company, Limited
Ingersoll Cream Cheese
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0075.xml
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McGILLIVRAY BROS. LTD.: Lavender Soap
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McGILLIVRAY BROS. LTD.
Lavender Soap
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0076.xml
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0077.xml
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A. E. KUNDERD
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A. E. KUNDERD
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0078.xml
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BOVRIL, LTD.: VIROL
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BOVRIL, LTD.
VIROL
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0079.xml
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Bayer Company: Aspirin
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Bayer Company
Aspirin
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0080.xml
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WOMEN and THEIR WORK
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TWO WOMEN FARMERS PIONEER AT TERRACE, B. C.
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H. GLYNN-WARD
IT IS not often that a partnership turns out so successfully as that of Mrs. Lanfear and Miss French, who came out to live the pioneer’s life in British Columbia, and have done it with the greatest success at Terrace, in Central British Columbia.
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0081.xml
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WOMEN and THEIR WORK
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MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX
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GERTRUDE E. S. PRINGLE
Question—Miss J., Toronto—I intend to specialize in biology at the University. Can you tell me if there are other openings than teaching to those who take the course? Answer—Yes, there are openings in laboratory work. But would it not be well for you to consult your professors in the biological department?
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0082.xml
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Advertisement: "SALADA" TEA
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"SALADA" TEA
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0083.xml
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THE HISCOTT INSTITUTE LIMITED
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THE HISCOTT INSTITUTE LIMITED
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0084.xml
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The Kenton Pharmacal Company
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The Kenton Pharmacal Company
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0085.xml
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MAYBE ADAM LAUGHED AT THESE
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MAYBE ADAM LAUGHED AT THESE
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At Every Opportunity—Parent— Helen, do you ever stop to reflect? Flapper—Every time there’s a mirror to reflect in, Mater.—Life. Method—Alice—Are you engaged to Fred? Virginia—Goodness, no! I’ve merely got an option on him!—Judge. Putting the Blame on Dad—Pop (to his bright infant)—“What’s wrong?”
Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0086.xml
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DREW PEN CO.
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DREW PEN CO.
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0087.xml
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0088.xml
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THE GENESEE PURE FOOD COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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THE GENESEE PURE FOOD COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0089.xml
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Canadian Postum Cereal Company, Limited: POSTUM
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Canadian Postum Cereal Company, Limited
POSTUM
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Maclean's_19230101_0036_001_0090.xml