Issue: 19230401

Sunday, April 1, 1923
April
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MACLEAN'S
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The Palmolive Company of Canada, Limited
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The Palmolive Company of Canada, Limited
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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THERE’S never a dull moment in story by Frederick William Wallace. The tang of the salt sea air is in almost every line; every paragraph is replete with action. “All the romance of seafaring," Capt. Wallace once remarked to me, “is centered in sailing and in the brave winds that drove the wind jammers to their destined havens.”
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MACLEAN'S
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BERRY BROTHERS INC.
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BERRY BROTHERS INC.
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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FARMERS FEEL BANK ACT REVISION SHOULD ENSURE CHEAPER MONEY FOR THEM
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J . H. HASLAM
IN VIEW of the fact that the bank act is to be revised at the present session of the federal parliament, it is well to discuss the whole question of banking and credit, apart from marketing. It may be laid down as a general principle that banks do not create wealth.
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ANSWER TO FINANCIAL QUERIES
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Question—Kindly give me your opinion on Hollinger Gold Mines.—R. E. T., Halifax, Nova Scotia. Answer—Hollinger is one of the popular gold issues and is in fair demand. Question—What do you think of the Riordon Pulp and Paper Company's stock?
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ANSWER TO INSURANCE QUERIES
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Question—I want to take out an insurance policy, but do not wish to pay by the week or month. Is it possible for me to take out a policy for a large sum, about $5,000, and arrange my own times for the payments?—Farmer, Simcoe County, Ont. Answer—Any one of the leading insurance companies will be pleased to arrange terms to suit your convenience as long as they are within the regulations of the company.
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Sloan’s Liniment
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Sloan’s Liniment
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0013.xml
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CARPENTER-MORTON COMPANY
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CARPENTER-MORTON COMPANY
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0016.xml
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Continental Electric Co., Ltd.
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Continental Electric Co., Ltd.
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KROEHLER UFACTURING COMPANY, LTD.
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KROEHLER UFACTURING COMPANY, LTD.
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0018.xml
masthead
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MACLEAN'S
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WITHIN TOUCH
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G. APPLEBY TERRILL
AS I LAY in Pevensey Marsh that afternoon I was the happiest man in all England, as surely as for the past six months I had been the most wretched. My contentment was so great that when I reflected on it I came to believe that the joy of a coward who finds himself in safety after peril must surpass all other human joys.
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Is Hudson Bay Route Feasible?
Is This Throwing Good Millions After Bad?
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T. M. FRAS EIR
EARL GREY sailed into Hudson Bay on a fine summer day, on a fine government ice-breaker well-found and provisioned, with his digestion in perfect tune, and the sun shining overhead. “The Mediterranean of the North!” he said, forgetting the earlier mariners from Hendrik Hudson on who had left their own bones or the bones of their ships there or there-abouts.
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THE DRAMA AS I SEE IT
Studies in the Plays and Films of Yesterday and To-day
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STEPHEN LEACOCK
SHALL We go together this raw, gusty afternoon to the enchantment of the moving-pictures Here, this looks a good place this large and lighted hallway leading off the street itself. Let's get our tickets from this golden girl behind the glass, seated there under a magic spell no doubt.
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JOSEPH MARTIN, STORMY PETREL
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JOHN NELSON
MORE than fifty years ago a young lad clambered aboard a Michigan Central train at Ypsilanti, bound for Detroit. His sixteen-year-old brother was a telegraph operator in the offices of the railway there and had invited him to come down and spend a few days with him.
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SUNLIGHT THROUGH SHADOW
The Story of the Modern Instructional Work Being Done for the Feeble-minded in the Orillia Institution
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NORMAN REILLY RAINE
THERE is a sharp distinction between insanity and feeble-mindedness which, although quite clear to the psychiater, occasionally causes doubt in the mind of the layman. Insanity is disease of a mind that once was normal. Feeble-mindedness is a condition of a mind that never was normal.
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The Way of Silence
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GILBERT FRANKAU
SIR HERON BAYNET, best nerve specialist in Harley Street, eyed his patient across the consulting-room desk and asked: "You've told me everything?" The young man he looked twenty-five but might have been thirty hesitated. The blue eyes under the high forehead held steadily to the lined face of the specialist; the smooth cheeks did not twitch; nor was there any neurasthenic droop to the clean-shaven mouth.
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No One Wants to Start Anything
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J. K. MUNRO
WHEN Bonar Law floated into power in England on the gentle flow of a tide of tranquility, he estabLished a new era in politics. For the Canadian Parliament of to-day would hardly be recognized as the same body that was wont to furnish us with laws and lawsuits in the days of the Giants of Old.
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'AWKINS’ CORNER
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HENRY HOLT
BRING a child into the world under the stars of Yukon; leave him motherless at the age of five; at ten, on the fringe of a mining camp, let him be the only mourner of a rum-soaked father, and you mustn't expect him to develop into a creature with supreme faith in his fellow men, especially if he spends the next two score years scratching the skin of the earth for gold.
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THE FOUR STRAGGLERS
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FRANK L. PACKARD
RUNNELLS was swabbing at his brow. "It— it knocked me flat, that did," he said with a sudden, wild rush of words: 'but it ain't any worse than what's happened up there. Hell's broke loose— just hell —that's what! The old bird's gone and done it. Shot himself, he has."
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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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Latest Food Fads Criticised
Time Will Come When Many Diseases Will be Remedied by Administering Foods Instead of Medicines
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FLOYD W. PARSONS
YEARLY consumption of patent medicines has increased more than 300 per cent in thirty years, which Floyd W. Parsons, writing for World’s Work believes is due to wrong habits of living and dieting which bring on all manner of physical ailments.
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Newspaper Cannibalism Scored
When One Newspaper “Swallows” Another What is Result on Community?—Parallel Conditions in Canada and U.S.
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THE NATION
WHAT will be the ultimate result of all this newspaper consolidation that has been going on for the past few years? Will it lead to the production of better dailies, or will it place dangerous power in the hands of a small circle of selfish interests?
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Will Farmers Vote for Ford?
Flivver Kings Chances of Presidential Success—Other Democratic Candidates Are McAdoo, Cox and Governor Smith
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MARK SULLIVAN
FARMERS in the States, if we are to believe telegraphic news despatches and current writers, are “ripe” for pretty nearly anything short of a revolution. Economists tell us that the low prices prevailing for the farmers’ products are due to Europe’s penury and inability to pay for them.
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High Speed Not Worst Menace
Inefficient and Amateur Motorists Drive More Recklessly in Traffic and at Higher Speed Than Racing Drivers
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STEVE HANNAGAN
WITH the ever-growing and alarming number of traffic fatalities on the streets of cities and the country highways, it has been a moot question as to whether reckless driving has not had the most to do with this lamentable feature. Executives of motor leagues and many car-drivers have been arguing that it is not high speed that causes accidents, though it has been a significant fact that few slow and careful drivers figure in mishaps except when some “road hog” or speed fiend makes it impossible for them to avoid one.
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“Uncle Joe” Quits, Smiling
Leaving House or Representatives, After Forty-Six Years' Service
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NEW YORK HERALD
WHEN Uncle Joe Cannon quit Congress on March 4 public life in the United States lost one of its most picturesque figures. For longer than most readers can remember his black felt hat, white chin whiskers and aggressive cigar have been familiar in Congress.
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J.L.R
Wasted Opportunities—The English drank less beer in 1922. Some people never know their luck.—Sydney Record. Piscatorial Prejudice—It was probably a fish that started the superstition that Friday is an unlucky day.—Kingston Standard.
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Is Croesus and Monte Cristo
Sir Basil Zaharoff, Europe’s Mysterious Millionaire, Has Had an Amazing Career
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CHARLES MERZ
SIR BASIL ZAHAROFF, accredited with being the richest and most mysterious man in Europe, has been “found out” by a Sherlock Holmes of the pen, Charles Merz, who in an extended article, in the International, dispels much of the myth which has cloaked this strange and tantalizing personality.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Japanese Are Very Honest
Even Umbrellas Are Returned —Facts Demonstrate World Unjust to Nipponese
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ARTHUR DANIEL BERRY
YOU cannot lose anything in Japan, writes Arthur Daniel Berry in the Outlook, in relating a number of experiences which he sets forth as proving the honesty of the Japanese people. If you leave a camera or your pocket-book on the train or street car, you will be sure to find them when you go the next day to the proper place.
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How Fast Can You Read?
Fast Reading Saves Time, Without Necessarily Decreasing Comprehension—Average Speed About 150 Words a Minute
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THOMAS L. MASSON
HOW fast do you read? Thomas L. Masson, former editor of “Life,” now an associate editor of the Saturday Evening Post, writing for The New York Times Magazine, has made tests which he says prove that a trained reader can absorb and digest the message of as many as five hundred words per minute.
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Inner Story of Dr. Cook Fake
Noted International Journalist, Relating a Busy Life’s Adventures, Reveals Facts Which Made Him Suspect Explorer
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SIR PHILIP GIBBS
IN HIS “Adventures of an International Reporter,” appearing in “World’s Work,” Sir Philip Gibbs tells how he obtained his first great newspaper “scoop,” Which was his discovery of the “faking” by Dr. Cook, after the latter’s pretended discovery of the North Pole.
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Camel Really Needs a Drink
Famous Traveler Disillusions Readers on This and Other Facts"—What is the Future of Arabia?
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E. ALEXANDER POWELL
SOMEBODY nowadays is always taking the “punch” out of popular traditions. Most of us, for instance, were rather fond of believing that a camel could go for an indefinite period without a drink of any sort. But in an article on “Adventures in Arabia,” E. Alexander Powell, writing for World's Work, sets out to ridicule this as well as many other misconceptions about Arabia and its people.
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Stews of Rats and Reptiles
Still a Favorite Dish for Chinamen Even in Occident—Chinese Cooks Are Inveterate Borrowers
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BASSETT DIGBY
"CHINESE COOKS,” is the subject of an entertaining article by Bassett Digby, F. R. G. S., in the Manchester Guardian. Mr. Digby declares that the Chinese, even after long residence in England, do cook and eat rats, not only because they like the taste of them but because they believe rat meat is good for the hair and makes it grow.
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Should Britain Coerce France?
London Magazine Calls Definitely for Economic Pressure to be Brought to Bear on France, to Nullify Ruhr Action
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THE NATION LONDON
VIGOROUS demand for intervention on the part of Britain to stop the invasion of French armies into the Ruhr district is made by the English Nation, and the paper insists that such intervention “be immediate, precise and public.” If France persists in refusing to countenance such intervention, it advocates the institution of economic pressure—that is, to force France to pay up the debts she owes Britain.
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Odd Firemen of Siberia
Viewed From Western Eyes— Merely Boss Job and Hire Spectators to Fight Blaze
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BASSETT DIGBY
A DESCRIPTION of a fire in a Siberian town and the manner in which the native fire brigade went about fighting it, given by Bassett Digby, F.R.G.S., in the Manchester Guardian, makes lively reading and introduces us to the sort of “modern” methods in vogue on the other side of the world.
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The Easy Washing Machine Co., Limited
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The Easy Washing Machine Co., Limited
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S. W. FARBER
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S. W. FARBER
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DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED
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DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED
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SCHRADER
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SCHRADER
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Willys-Overland Limited
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Willys-Overland Limited
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0059.xml
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Gutta Percha & Rubber, Limited
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Gutta Percha & Rubber, Limited
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0060.xml
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L. E. Waterman Company
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L. E. Waterman Company
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0065.xml
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MACLEAN’S
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ORANGE-CRUSH COMPANY, LTD
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ORANGE-CRUSH COMPANY, LTD
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THE A. S. BOYLE CO.
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THE A. S. BOYLE CO.
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BOVRIL, LTD.
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BOVRIL, LTD.
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HORROCKSES, CREWDSON & CO.
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HORROCKSES, CREWDSON & CO.
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0074.xml
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0075.xml
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LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED
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LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0076.xml
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THE HISCOTT INSTITUTE, LIMITED
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THE HISCOTT INSTITUTE, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0077.xml
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WM. HOLLINS & CO. LTD.
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WM. HOLLINS & CO. LTD.
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0078.xml
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0079.xml
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McGILLIVRAY BROS., LTD.
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McGILLIVRAY BROS., LTD.
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0080.xml
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W. CLARK, Limited
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W. CLARK, Limited
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0081.xml
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SIMMONS
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SIMMONS
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0082.xml
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0083.xml
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KNOX
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KNOX
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0084.xml
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WOMEN and THEIR WORK
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THE BRIDE WHO WAS CALLED A “QUITTER”
But She Soon Showed She Had Plenty of Spunk. The Final Article in the Series of “War Bride” Experiences. This Is Bobs’ Story, as Told by Her to Her Intimate Friend, the Author
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AGNES M. STANLEY
THERE was a time when I pointedly disliked being called a “War Bride.” That, I must explain, was after I had earned that to the average Canadian mind the term implied a vampish sort of person, not always of the best morals, who had taken advantage of the social upheaval of wartime to insinuate herself into the affections of a good, clean-hearted lad whose women-folk were too far away to protect him from the wiles of the unprincipled; and that to Canadians, the corresponding masculine form of the noun “War Bride,” was “boob” or “simp.”
Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0085.xml
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0086.xml
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0087.xml
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0088.xml
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Boston Varnish Co.
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Boston Varnish Co.
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0089.xml
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WOMEN and THEIR WORK
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FIRST WOMAN MAGISTRATE OF GANADA
Alice M. Jamieson, Judge of Calgary Juvenile Court, Betters Conditions of Those Who Come Before Her by Getting at the Root of Trouble in Delinquents’ Homes
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DOROTHY BOWMAN BARKER
TO THE Foot-hill City, Calgary, Alberta, belongs one of the greatest distinctions known to Canadian judicial circles. Years ago, when the West was in the throes of development, and man was a law into himself, there was no idea in the minds of the husky, young ranchers that the little cow-town of Calgary, then included in the North West Territories, would be the first in all the world to appoint a woman judge to sit on the bench in the juvenile and women’s courts.
Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0090.xml
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WOMEN and THEIR WORK
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FRAMING YOUR HOUSE WITH FLOWERS
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NORMA PHILLIPS MUIR
THE garden bears the same relation to the house that the frame does to the picture, and now that most of the snow has slipped away and the optimistic eye sees hints of green in the brown of the frost-killed grass, we realize that the time has come for us to plan our gardens, to choose the nature of the frame which will best set off the beauties of the house itself.
Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0091.xml
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WOMEN and THEIR WORK
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MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX
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EDWINA SETON
Question—Miss C. M., Manitoba— Could you please tell me where I could get any good growing girl’s magazine? I am about fourteen and would like to subscribe to a nice girls’ magazine. I would also like to know if there is a Radio School anywhere in Canada.
Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0092.xml
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F.W WOOLWORTH CO.
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F.W WOOLWORTH CO.
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0093.xml
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0094.xml
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0095.xml
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Canadian Kodak Co, Limited
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Canadian Kodak Co, Limited
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0096.xml
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0097.xml
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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There was an old Wood-man named Gee, The Timber wolves chased up a tree. At the wolves, Gee did smile, Till those brutes, full of guile, Brought a Beaver and cut down that tree. —E. A. S., W'p'g. The Too-Cruel Jibe—Miss de Muir— “Papa always gives me a book for my birthday.”
Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0098.xml
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BRANDRAM-HENDERSON
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BRANDRAM-HENDERSON
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0099.xml
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Maclean's_19230401_0036_007_0100.xml