Issue: 19230215

Thursday, February 15, 1923
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MACLEAN'S
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PRATT & LAMBERT
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PRATT & LAMBERT
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MACLEAN’S
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Editor's Note
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In the Editor's Confidence
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WHAT IS literary style? This is a question of interest to every reader, as the art of effective writing is an asset of incalculable value. The answer will be of practical use to everyone who writes — whether it be articles, fiction, letters or advertising circulars.
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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CANADA ABLE TO RETURN NOW TO GOLD STANDARD
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B. K. SANDWELL
CANADA is not at present on a gold basis. Although the Government does not admit that its demand notes are not redeemable in gold, and probably does actually redeem such as are presented for redemption, it effectually destroys all incentive to the holder of such notes to demand their redemption by depriving him of two of the most elementary property rights in the gold which he obtains in exchange for them—the right to send it wherever he wishes, and the right to change its form if he so desires.
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Willys-Overland Limited
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W. CLARK, LIMITED
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W. CLARK, LIMITED
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THE KING’S BRAHM
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EDGAR WALLACE
THERE is a certain type of man, common to both hemispheres, and possibly to all races, though he is more sharply outlined when he is English or American, who thrives on disaster. You meet him to-day, seedy and unshaven, and slip him the trifling loan he asks; you turn aside to-morrow to avoid him, but beware how you cross the street the next day, lest his lacquered limousine strike you into an unconsciousness, from whence even the fragrance of his considerable cigar shall not recall you.
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BEFORE THE RED COATS CAME
Survivors of Indians Who Roved Plains Before Civilization Reached West, Relate View-point of White Man’s “Invasion"
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CHIEF BUFFALO CHILD LONG LANCE
CHIEF B. C. LONG LANCE is a full-blooded Indian who is now engaged in uncovering and recording eye-witness accounts, from various Indian warriors, many now nearing the, century mark, of what Western Canada was like before the white man came.
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HIDDEN FIRE
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LAURA GOODMAN SALVERSON
THE most humble of mankind are not without their quota of ennobling sorrows and heartening joys. Neither are they lacking in those significant moments which are impregnated with the desires and hopes of better things. It may be that such experiences are but the fragments of that first "divine discontent” which drove mankind from an Eden of irresponsible existence to the rugged paths of painful thought; a reversion to that hazy, unformulated desire that forced the first reptile from his oozy bed.
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THE FOUR STRAGGLERS
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FRANK L. PACKARD
IF YOU read this, you can start the story now.—Four men meet in a shell-hole in France, near the end of the war— the Four Stragglers. The reader identifies three of them in the first instalment as Captain Newcombe, Paul Cremarre and Runnells.
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Is Canada An Immigration Sieve?
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JOHN A. STEVENSON
MR. SAMUEL JOHNSON once said that the finest view in Scotland was the high road into England, and to-day it seems as if the roads and railways southward across the international boundary are the most attractive objects that many Canadian eyes can see.
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THE GILDED NUTMEG
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ADAM HAROLD BROWN
IT WAS a bright April day. The air was full of the tang of Spring. Birds sang; in the distance a hand-organ rasped cheerfully: and Mr. Bowermeek’s feet rang with joyous tread on the sidewalk. The little gentleman could appreciate spring weather.
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OUR “RELATIONS”—AND US
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"HOMESTEADER"
THIS IS the story of ray life in Canada. I shall begin it in Winnipeg, where I arrived—a war-bride— with my husband and my baby-boy, at the end of August, 1919. I was agreeably surprised at the reception my new resisters-in-law—gave me. My mother-in-law had used my husband's allowance.
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BRAINS: LIMITED
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ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE
NEVILLES drove straight back to Shag Villa. Just outside the city he met James Turnbull in his Super Six. Myra Huntingdon was beside him. Turnbull grudgingly touched his hat, but Myra took no notice, simply staring stonily before her. “Snubbed.”
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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.
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Britain Right on Reparations
French and British Politics Contrasted—Canada Has a Very Definite Interest in European Issues
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N. W. ROWELL, K. C.
CANADA has a real and personal interest in the reparations issue, contends the Hon. N. W. Rowell, K. C., former President of the Privy Council of Canada, in an article on the subject in The Financial Post. He urges Canada’s hearty co-operation in any policy leading to the economic rehabilitation of Europe.
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George Has Lost Even Wales
Prestige of Lloyd George Has Waned Amazingly Even Amongst Welshmen—New Religious Feeling One Reason
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J. RAMSAY MacDONALD
A SIDE from the economic pressure. existing at the time, the influence of “the sons of workmen preaching every Sunday and many week-days to working people” had most to do with the great Labor victories in South Wales, so J. Ramsay MacDonald, chairman of the parliamentary Labor party, declares in an article on the recent British elections in The Nation and Athenaeum.
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Austria’s Fate Settled in 1915
Hungary's Former Foreign Minister Explains Why Austria and Not Germany Was Broken Up
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COUNT CZERNIN
IN A recent address delivered in Toronto, Bishop Fallon of London, Ont., raised the pertinent query, why AustriaHungary, who had been the less guilty party in the war, should have been dismembered and broken up, while Germany, who was so to speak the senior partner, should have been allowed to escape with a fate far less severe that that of her ally.
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Some Men Talk Too Much
“Don't Listen to Confidences,” Advises Business Man Who Has Suffered From Lack of Discretion
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AMERICAN MAGAZINE
I HAVE trained myself never to use the words ‘confidential’ or ‘in confidence,’ or ‘This is under your hat,’ or ‘This is graveyard stuff,’ or any other phrases by which men are accustomed to introduce subjects that ought better to be left undiscussed,” says a contributor to the American Magazine.
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Norman Angell Writes Again
Labor Government Could Not Stand Against Power of Capitalist Press
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FREDERIC WHYTE
THE AUTHOR of “The Great Illusion” has just written a new book which should make him still more noteworthy than did his former production. Its title is “The Press and the Organization of Society” and in it he opens a tremendous fight with the Capitalist Press of England.
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Peasant Class Rules Europe
Agriculture is More Powerful Than Ever, Contention of Noted Writer.
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HILAIRE BELLOC
THE NEW masters of Europe are the peasants, declares Hilaire Belloc, in Our World, to which he adds, later on in his article, this significant remark: "A flourishing agriculture, paying high taxes, guarantees the solvency of a state. It has that indirect effect upon all international finance."
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J. L. R
Aural Demonstration—Prohibition jokes are about the only thing to remind us that we have prohibition.—Nelson News. Tactful Tabby—The cat has a peculiar taste in the matter of odors, but she never drags in a five-cent cigar.—Quebec Telegraph.
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Hamburg Gets Business Back
Great Harbor Projects Under Way. Ten Years Will See Another German Fleet.
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HAROLD NORMAN DENNY
IN TEN years’ time Germany will have as great a merchant fleet as she had before the war. Though she has been stripped of all the great ships that carried her goods into every corner of the world, Germany is rebuilding her commerce on a sound foundation and with determined hope, because we here realize that world trade is essential tothe life of our country.”
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Labor Party’s Broad Appeal
Forty Members in British Commons' Opposition Were Elected for Other Than Trade Union Reasons
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H. J. LASKI
POLITICAL opportunists “watching the straws to see which way the wind is blowing.” must be having rather a difficult time ascertaining just what passing ideals are gripping the masses, especially those who are studying the results of the recent British elections.
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Lending Coffins in Germany
Many Signs Indicate Germans Will Soon Encounter Fate Which Has Befallen Russian People
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LEVIN L. SCHUCKING
WAHATEVER may be the result of the sterner attitude taken by the French against Germany, there are evidences in plenty that, internally, that country was daily drifting toward greater chaos, and no more convincing proof is to be had of it than the tacit admission of German writers themselves.
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La Follette Stages “Come-back”
U.S. Senator From Wisconsin Has Remarkable Influence— During War He Was a Despised Pacifist
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JOHN W. OWENS
SENATOR La Follette’s “come-back” into American politics is likened to that of J. Ramsay MacDonald in Britain, by John W. Owens, a contributor to The New Republic. Like MacDonald, La Follette was a despised pacifist during the war years. Now La Follette has the leadership of a group in United States that corresponds in many ways with the British Labor party.
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Acting Doesn’t Require Brains
So Declares Leading Woman in Galsworthy's Latest Play— She Stresses Work and Patience
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DIANA BOURBON
BRAINS—and the art of acting! For acting is an art at its best. Stage success is won in spite of heartache,1 by hard work, perseverance, patience, but, alas! never by brains.” Such is the astonishing declaration of Diana Bourbon, the leading woman in John Galsworthy’s play, “Loyalties,” in a signed article in The New York Times.
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Science Probes Flower Colors
Are Bees Color-Blind?—Why Are Flowers Red?—Researchers Borrow Sherlock Holmes' Methods
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NEW YORK TIMES
WHILE writers of mystery stories have been borrowing from science for the improvement of detective methods, Dr. F. K Richtmyer of Cornell University and Dr. F. E. Lutz of the American Museum Natural History, have been borrowing detective methods for scientific research in the last year.
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Personal Government Buried
Noted British Political Writer Forecasts New and More Responsible Era in Old Country Rule
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J. L. GARVIN
IN HIS survey of the first meeting of the new parliament. J. L. Garvin, giving his impressions in The London Observer, forecasts a new epoch in British politics. Personal government in Britain as it was developed during the war and as it continued to hold sw-ay until the very fall of the Lloyd George administration, is dead, he says—and buried for all time.
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Alaska Is Really a Paradise
Journalistic Traveller Backs Up Stefanssons Assertions and Waxes Enthusiastic Over Northern Potentialities
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SHERMAN ROGERS
EXPLORERS and traveling spacewriters seem to be vying with each other these days in bringing conviction to the reading world that the far North of this continent is not cold and that in matter of civilization it can in many ways show a higher form of law and order than the East and South.
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FULLER BRUSHES
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Out of Doors in Canada
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CANADA'S HERITAGE OF PINE
Things We Should Know of Trees That Gave Much Material of Which Our Civilization Is Built
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M. I. R.
THE pine family, as a whole, is in fact “the most important order of forest trees in the economy of civilized man,” says Dr. Fernow, for the cone bearing trees “have furnished the bulk of the material of which our civilization is built.” As in the case of animal life, however, man has destroyed ruthlessly and thoughtlessly and this devastation of the forests has left most of us more or less unfamiliar with the different varieties of these trees that grow in such stately beauty and are of such great value.
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WOMEN and THEIR WORK
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RIGHT CLOTHES FOR THIN FIGURES.
To Avoid the Appearance of Angularity or Gawkiness the Slight Woman Must Exercise Care and Caution in the Selection of Her Dress
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CHARITY MITCHELL JOHNSON
AMONG WOMEN who, owing to their lack of flesh, are not considered ideal figures, may be found these three classes: first, the woman, who complains of her lack of weight to her friends, but who is secretly glorying in her scales record and pitying her more bulky sisters; second, the thin woman who has a healthy desire to round out her angles and to appear well built; third, the woman who plays up her narrow flatness, making it part of her personality.
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Maclean's_19230215_0036_004_0075.xml
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Maclean's_19230215_0036_004_0076.xml
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Maclean's_19230215_0036_004_0077.xml
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Maclean's_19230215_0036_004_0078.xml
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Maclean's_19230215_0036_004_0079.xml
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Maclean's_19230215_0036_004_0080.xml
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Maclean's_19230215_0036_004_0081.xml
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MAYBE ADAM LAUGHED AT THESE
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A True Sport—“Robert, would you rather have your mother or me whip you?” “I don’t like to show any favoritism, father. You and mother better toss for it.”—Winnipeg Tribune. A Pair of Suspenders—He—“Why not give me your reply now? It is not fair to keep me in suspense.”
Maclean's_19230215_0036_004_0082.xml
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Maclean's_19230215_0036_004_0083.xml
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Maclean's_19230215_0036_004_0084.xml