Issue: 19231101

Thursday, November 1, 1923
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The Auto Knitter Hosiery (Canada) Co.
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The Auto Knitter Hosiery (Canada) Co.
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MACLEAN'S
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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THE series of articles by Miss Pansy Atkins. which has been running in the Women's Department for the past two or three issues, and which will continue until December 1, under the general title. "Seeing the Teacher." has been attracting widespread attention.
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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CONFIDENCE IN FUTURE IS TEMPERED BY EVIDENCE OF DISQUIETING CONDITIONS
“Real Wages” Higher Than Since 1913; New Loans Readily Absorbed; But Business Men and Farmers Realize Acutely That, to Considerable Degree, They Must Wait on Europe’s Recovery
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GILBERT E. JACKSON
DESPITE the shock to public confidence given by the failure of the Home Bank, we have much to be thankful for in the developments of the past season. The spring months were filled with warnings whose gravity could not be disregarded. The sudden revival of business in the United States was producing a labor shortage in many trades, and costs in general were rapidly climbing.
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W. A. MACKENZIE & CO., LIMITED
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W. A. MACKENZIE & CO., LIMITED
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ANSWERS TO FINANCIAL QUERIES
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Question—What do you think of the Matachewan Canadian Gold Mines and Davidson Consolidated?—F. G. C., Uxbridge, Ont. Answer—Matachewan Canadian Gold has a property of favorable merit. Official estimates place ore so far proven at 76867 tons, containing an average of $9.77 a ton.
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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY
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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY
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ANSWERS TO INSURANCE QUERIES
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Question—I am contemplating taking out life insurance and have been approached by agents of two companies, the Crown Life and the Mutual Life of Canada. I would be glad if you could give me your opinion as to which of these is the belter company.
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY, LIMITED
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY, LIMITED
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KROEHLER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LTD.
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KROEHLER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LTD.
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UNHOLY SMOKE
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O. C. PEASE
“TO THE man on the street who is unimpressed by statistics, even when they reveal appalling losses to our timber resources, by forest fires, Mr. Pease has a message which is at once informative and interesting. “Incidentally, there is vividly disclosed something of the stupendous task which confronts those in Canada who are responsible for the protection of her timber and the proper management of her vast forest areas, a task which is impossible of accomplishment without the sympathetic co-operation of the entire Canadian citizenship.”
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NINETY-SEVEN YEARS YOUNG
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JOSEPH LISTER RUTLEDGE
THERE are not many men who can look back on ninety-seven years of active life; not many who at this age can face life with an unclouded intellect, and with the enthusiasm of young manhood; but Adam Brown is of the number. One of those who have known him for many years, remarked recently:
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Mr. Bloomin’ Nobody
BUT to his wife he was "Mr. Bloomin' Everyfink." An Armistice Day story that has nothing about war in it, but is the story of an `ero just the same.
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LLEWELLYN HUGHES
TOWARD evening, (the drizzling rain of late November turned into a cruel driving sleet that made London shiver to its bones. Herbert Simmons, the lading clerk with the River Home Line Company at Wapping Old Stairs, contemplated his two-mile walk to the bus with increasing apprehension.
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Pokey Would a-Hunting Go
Another of the Peter and Pokey Adventures
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NORMA PHILLIPS MUIR
"RUTH,” said Peter a few days after we went up North, "there is something I am going to tell you, and I don’t want you to say a word. See?” "Do you mean that I’m supposed to be rendered speechless, or do you mean that all argument is prohibited? That I’m not to say a word in the matter?”
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THE PATTERSON LIMIT
Concluding instalment of a two part story of a girl fire-ranger who makes good
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MADGE MACBETH
THE dog did not make a good impression upon the people of Lac St. Dennis. He steadfastly refused to make friends with anyone until Ray Lane came for him. Even from her he at fust held aloof. She looked at him fearlessly. but did not touch him; and he made no advances.
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THE OCEAN TRAMPS
V. A Deal With “Plain-Sailin' Jim”
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H. deVERE STACPOOLE
HE WAS the only blot on the scenery, also he was fishing, fishing from a rock washed by water forty feet deep in which the coloured bream passed like jewels through a world of crystal. Matadore Island clings to its old Spanish name, though it is French, lying west of Vavita in the great French sea territory born of the League of Nations that stretches now from the Marquesas to Rapa and from Belling-hausen to Gambier.
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Is Thought Transference Proved?
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H. F. PULLEN
CAN one person communicate with another at a distance without any visible intermedium? The skeptical will at once deny the possibility. It is possible to communicate, they readily admit, by the use of some physical force, by electric spark or ether waves that have some definite originating force; but by a mental process, no.
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THOROUGHBRED
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MRS. WILSON WOODROW
WHEN Mrs. Wendell reached the old house that afternoon, Jeffries came down the steps to greet her. His head was carried a little higher than usual, and she thought he looked haggard as if from sleepless nights; but his manner was unchanged. He had ordered tea served on the lawn; and after she had poured it, he turned to her with a twisted smile.
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Current Opinion Across The Dominion
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Current Opinion Across The Dominion
What About Mr. Robb’s “Open Immigration Policy?
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WHILE the United States has been endeavoring by its quota system, and its unsavory "front door" at Ellis Island, to curtail immigration very appreciably. Canada, according to the daily and weekly newspapers of the Dominion, has been suffering from the twin ills of an unfostered undesired immigration slump, and just as unwelcome an emigration "boom.”
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J.L.R
Fruity—Daughter hasn’t much time to help mother can peaches. She’s so busy singing about bananas.—Palmerston Spectator. Diplomacy—The best way to argue with your wife is to go out on the porch and smoke a cigarette.—Peterborough Examiner.
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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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Folly Has Beggared Trade Unions
Unwise Strikes. Warring Internecine Factories and Lack of Discipline Greater Menaces Than Capitalistic Opposition.
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A. G. GARDINER
THE greatest menace to the future of trade unionism is not from capitalistic opposition beyond its boundaries but from the warring factions and lack of discipline within its ranks, declares "A. G. G." writing for The Nation and Atheneum, where he declares that there has been a faking off of more than two million in membership in British trade unions since the year 1920.
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Gateway to Our Eastern Markets
Admiral Claims a Stronger Singapore Needed to Protect Commercial and Political Interests of the Empire.
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REAR-ADMIRAL SIR GUY GAUNT, K.C.M.G., C.B., M.P.
THERE are people who see in the controversy over the strengthening and development of Singapore as a naval base, a matter of importance only to people of the British Isles, who will have to foot the bills. As a matter of fact, however, Canada has her own vital interest in the matter.
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England Fears Dearth of Cotton
Unless the Cotton Trade Revives the Country as a Whole Cannot Revive.
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GERALD B. HURST, K.C., M.P.
THE question of the future of the cotton supply for Lancashire is one of vital importance to the British nation and the Cotton Industry Act of 1923 is evidence of the deep concern which the problem has aroused. While explaining how the fortunes of the country as a whole are influenced by cotton, Mr. Hurst, in the Contemporary Review, tells what steps have been taken to meet the imminent danger of a failing supply of this staple of industry.
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Gas Will Dominate in Next War
Military Expert Avers That “War is a Bountiful Jade,” and Alleges “Virile Men Were Born to Fight.”
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COL. J. F. C. FULLER
THERE was a song in the old comic opera, Princess Chic, sung by a famous French-Canadian, now dead, that used to bring every audience to its feet wildly clamoring “curtain call” after “cuitain call.” Its title was “War is a Bountiful Jade,” and it was a robust eulogy of the savage joys to be found only in the clash of arms.
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Leadership for the Efficient
Renewed Prosperity for Laborers and Capitalists of Great Britain Depends Upon Power to Manufacture More Cheaply.
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P. J. PYBUS
THE one condition of renewed prosperity for British industry is productive efficiency, the power to manufacture more cheaply than the rest of the world, contends P. J. Pybus, managing director of the English Electric Company, in an article in the Times dealing principally with trade union policies as they affect trade.
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GENERAL MOTORS
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GENERAL MOTORS
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Is Facismo Thus Far a Success?
Review Shows What Mussolini's Government Has Accomplished in Nine Months, and Indicates Certain Benefits to Italy.
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JAMES MURPHY
WILLIAM MILLER, LL.D.
FACISMO, or Fascism, as it is variously called according to the taste of different writers, and its results after nearly a year in power are dealt with both by Mr. Murphy in the Fortnightly and by Dr. Miller in the Cosmopolitan. The opinion arrived at in common by both writers seems to be that on the whole the country has benefited considerably by the experiment.
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THE ANDREW JERGENS COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE ANDREW JERGENS COMPANY, LIMITED
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Lacks United Opposition
Dail Hampered by Disunion in, Opposition Forces. Country Favors Free State
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DARRELL FIGGIS
RESULTS of the recent Irish elections show clearly that the country is emphatically in favor of the Free State, says Darrell Figgis writing for the Sunday Times. A regrettable feature, to Mr. Figgis’s way of thinking, is that the balance of the Dail will be composed of a hodge-podge of warring factions.
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France Is, at Heart, Pacifist
Asserts Noted Journalist—Some of the Human Undercurrents of Present Situation Are Vividly Depicted.
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SIR PHILIP GIBBS
FRANCE is at heart a pacifist, is the declaration of Sir Philip Gibbs, now on an “impressionistic” tour of Europe and writing for the London Sunday Times a summary of what he finds behind the scenes. He contends that it is only because of France’s dread of another war that she keeps her troops in the Ruhr and supports a military system in Europe “which is the most crushing burden to all the peoples involved in it.”
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MACLEAN’S MAGAZINE TRAVEL SECTION
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WOMEN and THEIR WORK
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WOMEN PIONEERS IN THE CANADIAN WEST HAVE MADE GOOD IN MANY VARIED LINES OF ENDEAVOR, INVOLVING EVEN “HARD LABOR”
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E. L. CHICANOT
A SLIM, youthful figure clad in riding breeches, leather leggings, a three-quarter coat, and a boyish cap set jauntily on the back of the head came round the corner of the barn whistling merrily. A boy? No, a girl! A girl farmer of Southern Alberta.
Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0079.xml
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0080.xml
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0082.xml
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WOMEN and THEIR WORK
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SEEING THE TEACHER: IV. HONEST DISHONEST OR UNHONEST
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PANSY ATKINS
IT WAS a bright and sunny morning in April. A geography examination was in progress in Room 17. All the little heads were bent industriously over the thrilling task of passing an exam. Here and there a tousley head would be raised for a moment with a perplexed, worried look or with a far-away gaze as if some angel hand might write it on the passing clouds or inspiration might be drawn from the budding tree-tops outside.
Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0083.xml
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0084.xml
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0085.xml
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0086.xml
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0087.xml
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0088.xml
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0089.xml
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CARNATION MILK PRODUCTS CO., LTD.
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CARNATION MILK PRODUCTS CO., LTD.
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0090.xml
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65,66
WOMEN and THEIR WORK
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FOOD FACTS WE SHOULD KNOW
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DOROTHY GRAHAM
MACARONI is usually considered an Italian food, but while the dish is and always has been more popular with Italians than the people of any other nation, history credits its invention to the Chinese and its introduction to Europe is said to have been made by the Germans.
Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0091.xml
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0092.xml
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0093.xml
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WOMEN and THEIR WORK
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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The Storm Reaches Auchtermuchty—McPherson: “Pit yon candle oot, Mary. Ye shouldna waste guid lightning.” —Punch. Of Corsets True—Mayme: “Girls are not as staid as they used to be.” Corinne: “No, they park them at the dances now.”—Windsor Magazine.
Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0094.xml
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0095.xml
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0096.xml
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0097.xml
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0098.xml
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Swift Canadian Co.
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Swift Canadian Co.
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0099.xml
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Monarch Knitting Company, Limited
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Monarch Knitting Company, Limited
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Maclean's_19231101_0036_021_0100.xml