Issue: 19240401

Tuesday, April 1, 1924
April
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MACLEAN'S
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The Palmolive Co. of Canada Ltd.
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The Palmolive Co. of Canada Ltd.
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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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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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WHAT do women like read and why? That is a question that, as editor of the Woman’s Section, I am forever being asked—one I am invariably asking. I put it to a woman whose chief occupation is keeping house. “Why, if other women are like me they like to read the same things that men do—articles and fiction, especially stories about business men and women.
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masthead
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MACLEAN'S
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CONTENTS
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The Pelman Institute of America
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The Pelman Institute of America
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0008.xml
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Advertisement
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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POLITICAL EVENTS CONTINUE TO INFLUENCE BUSINESS; NEW ENTERPRISE CHECKED
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J. HERBERT HODGINS
BUSINESS is swayed by politics at the moment. The uncertainty regarding further tariff tinkering, the hope of some measure of war taxation relief—particularly elimination of the sales tax nuisance—and the new tariff proposals of the United States are exerting very considerable influence upon the trend of trade and commerce, throughout the Dominion.
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Advertisements
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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COMPARATIVE COST OF FARM IMPLEMENTS
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IN THE March 1 issue of MacLean's, in an article from a western correspondent, the statement appeared that excessive profit on farm implements was one reason for the present unrest and dissatisfaction in the West. It was stated that binders made in Toronto cost more in Regina than they do in Australia, or in Great Britain.
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Willys-Overland Sales Co., Limited
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Willys-Overland Sales Co., Limited
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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ANSWERS TO INSURANCE QUERIES
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Question—I am interested in a policy issued by the Travellers Life of Canada. Is this company in good financial standing? I know it maintains deposits with the Government for the protection of policyholders, but I would like some information as to its financial position and the amount of insurance in force.
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WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0015.xml
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Champion Spark Plug Co. of Canada, Limited
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Champion Spark Plug Co. of Canada, Limited
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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ANSWERS To FINANCIAL QUERIES
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Question—I am interested in the British Mortgage Loan Company of Ontario and would be much obliged if you could give me some information regarding its financial position.—R.W.D., Listowel, Ont. Answer—The annual report for 1923 of the British Mortgage Loan Company of Ontario was very satisfactory.
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Royal
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DEL MONTE
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0019.xml
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The Hayes Wheel Company of Canada LIMITED
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The Hayes Wheel Company of Canada LIMITED
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The Fleischmann Company
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The Fleischmann Company
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13,14,15,67,68,69
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ALWAYS TWENTY
The vivid story of girl who didn't grow up with her friends—who stayed twenty until it was almost too late
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BEATRICE REDPATH
THERE was a round white moon in the sky. It looked as though at any moment it might roll down the roof of the barn and fall on the heads of the boy and the girl who leaned up against the wall. It laid a pale silvery glaze over the fields, where the sound of the crickets was loud and insistent.
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Our Cover—“At the Lake of Hanging Glaciers”
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J. M. G.
The pastoral, charm of the long deep valley in which Lake Windermere lies gives to the passing traveler little indication of the spectamdar Alpine scenery behind the foothills which fringe each side of the Columbia River, although at certain intervals, as far instance at Spillamachene and Athalmer, a breach in the tvall of mountains to the West opens up vistas of snow-capped peaks and, glaciers of a sterner character.
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With a Vagabond Around Vimy
Seven years ago this month the Canadians captured Vimy Ridge. What does this famous hill look like to-day?
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A. E. JOHNSON
<p>I had made up my mind not to re-visit the battlefields, but the temptation to see again the old haunts just back of the Line proved irresistible and almost before I could realize my position I was standing once more in the streets of Arras. Already, by train from Paris, we had skirted the Somme battlefields, and in flashing by desolated Albert I had caught a glimpse of the ruined basilica&mdash;no longer so picturesque as in the days when we had our headquarters in the ruined school house hard by, for the pendant Madonna had been quite shot away by shell fire.</p>
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THE UNEXPURGATED DIARY of a SHANGHAI BABY
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ELSIE McCORMICK
MAY twenty-ninth.—Pleasant weather. Marna asked papa to go to church in morning and papa said that last time he went, mama took so long to get ready that they missed all the singing and just hit the collection. “Nobody stylish goes to church on time in Shanghai, and a lot of people just leave cards,” said mama.
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Crerar Backs Up MacLean’s Charges
Have you written your M. P. yet? Remember this is “Write-your-Member” week! April I-8.
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HON. T. A. CRERAR M. P.
WHILE there may be criticism of some of the statements in the series of articles Mr. O’Leary has contributed to MacLean’s Magazine, there can be no difference of opinion on this, that they have been put before the public in an arresting manner; and that they are a severe indictment of the growth of public expenditures in the Dominion not only as to the cost of running our governmental machinery, but as well of the wastefulness that has characterized much of our expenditures for public works.
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THE CHINESE RING
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NORMAN REILLY RAINE
THE clock face in the tower of the city hall glowed like a moon in the purple night. A vagrant breeze drifted up a narrow street below the tower, carrying with it a hint of summer days to come. Lights beamed behind latticed windows in opal, yellow and murky orange, silhouetting slouching figures within, and in the open doorways.
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Sales Tax Increases Cost of Living
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J. HERBERT HODGINS
MR. JOHN CANUCK and his family will soon have sent one billion dollars, in war taxes, to Ottawa. From February, 1915, when the first of the war taxes began, until March, 1924, there was piled up in the federal treasury, $883,651,648. The astounding anomaly of this war revenue is that it has grown steadily, each year, since the war stopped.
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Alberta Gets ’em Going and Coming
With such enormous and varied revenues wouldn’t you expect Sunny Alberta’s citizens to be rolling in wealth? But ordinary expenditures have almost dectupled in less than two decades
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CHESTER ABBOTT BLOOM
IN 1906, when the population of Alberta was slightly less than 300,000, there were forty-one automobiles within the province. Taxed at $3 each, they produced a gross revenue of $123. In 1923, the number of automobiles in Alberta had increased to 41,933, the tax raised to a figure varying from $15 to $35 a car, and the gross revenue totalled $742,575.50.
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Provincial Premiers Urge Economy
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E. H. Armstrong
I HAVE read Mr. Grattan O’Leary’s series of articles dealing with the Dominion Civil Service and expenditures made by the federal government. In my opinion, it is always instructive to obtain the viewpoint of a trained observer, provided that he possesses the requisite familiarity with his subject and the correct perspective.
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Meighen “Pork Barrel” Episode Based on Error
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G. H. Ferguson
Dear Mr. O’Leary: Just read your article in MacLean's Magazine of 15th February. I write you in relation to this article only because it contains a reference personal to myself, which reference is based on entirely wrong information. By way of emphasizing the universality of what you call the “Pork Barrel” proclivities of Members of Parliament, you use the following language.
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Manitoba’s Tax Burden Is Double Crops’ Value
Provincial Treasurer Black will have to be a Houdini to escape from the meshes of Manitoba’s inherited maladministration
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HERBERT HOPE
THE farmers of Manitoba suffered wide crop disappointment last year. Business in towns and cities declined. Business upon the prairies can never be fully maintained when agrarian buying power shrinks. In consequence of crop failures over wide areas the farmers of Manitoba were compelled to economize until, very often, the economy hurt.
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THE WRATH TO COME
“Since when have you learnt to preach?” she scoffed. “A man doesn’t need to preach, to hesitate about taking another man’s wife,” he rejoined soberly.
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E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
GRANT walked into the Carlton at a quarter-pasttwelve that evening, the exact hour mentioned by Cleo in the note which the Commissionaire at the Sporting Club had given to him. He handed his coat and hat to the Vestiaire, made his way inside the room, which was as yet sparsely occupied, and, ignoring the effects of the maitre d’hotel to provide him with a table, strolled across towards where Cleo was seated alone.
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The Traveller in the Fur Cloak
A thrilling conclusion in which the fate that befell Ellis, the secret of the stolen despatches, and the destiny of Norma Mackay, are disclosed
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STANLEY J. WEYMAN
THEN,” I decided, “there is only one explanation. The Waechters must have contrived to convey the secret to someone—on their way to gaol—and the, papers were removed during the night.” “During the night?” von Kalisch exclaimed, and they both stared at me.
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FELS-NAPTHA
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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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 imperative and worth while to thinking men and women of the world to-day.
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Will MacDonald Drift to Left?
Votes of Younger Generation, Interested Little in Socialism or Bolshevism, Placed Present Premier in Power, Asserts Writer.
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CHARLES MORGAN
IN AN open letter to Premier Ramsay MacDonald, of Britain, which is printed in the Review of Reviews, Charles Morgan sets out to remind Mr. MacDonald that it was not died-in-the-wool Socialists and Communists and rigid economists alone who elected him and his government.
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General Coxey on March Again
Idea Back of His “Call” is Similar to That Which Inspired Him Three Decades Ago
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NEW YORK TIMES
"GENERAL” COXEY is mobilizing his forces once more, says a writer in the Times (New York), and the idea back of this “call” is the same that moved him thirty years ago, when he led his army to Washington and was arrested and served time in jail for walking on the grass.
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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France Faces An Election
Result Not Likely to Be Labor Victory. Is Poincare Losing the Country's Confidence?
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DENIS GWYN
JOHN BELL
FRANCE is now in the throes of a general election campaign the result of which may have far-reaching effects all over Europe and the rest of the world as well. On the decisions of the French people at the polls largely depends the future policy of France toward the rest of Europe—whether or not she will continue to seek domination by occupation, show of arms and international intrigue.
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J.L.R
To Everyone His Trial—Those unable to bear marriage trials have divorce trials.—Regina Post. And More Customary—One source of trouble is that it is cheaper to throw bricks than it is to lay them.—Calgary Albertan. This Places Him—He isn’t a genuine old-timer unless he thinks a woman has unsexed herself if she has brains.
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Cut Taxes, Cry in 1821
Commercial Insecurity After Waterloo Show Analogies With Present Time
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DR. ARTHUR SHADWELL
IT IS impossible to run through a condensed record of the ten years following Waterloo and the end of the Napoleonic wars without being struck by the similarity of Great Britain’s own recent and current experiences, writes Dr. Arthur Shadwell in the Nineteenth Century.
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BAUER & BLACK, Limited
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BAUER & BLACK, Limited
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THE PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN CO., LIMITED
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THE PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN CO., LIMITED
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English Socialistic Growth
What Prepared the Way for MacDonald’s Accession to Power? —62,698 Votes Grow to 4,348,379 in 24 Years.
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LONDON TIMES
WHAT may be called the new era of Socialism in England dates from the ’eighties, says the labor correspondent of the Times (London), m a brief but succinctly informative history of the labor movement in the Old Country. Those, he continues, were the days when Henry George, the land taxer, toured the country lecturing and Edward Bellamy published “Looking Backward.”
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THE ANDREW JERGENS CO., LIMITED
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THE ANDREW JERGENS CO., LIMITED
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LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED: LIFEBUOY
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LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED
LIFEBUOY
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WM. CAMPBELL CO.
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WM. CAMPBELL CO.
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FRENCH ORGANDIE
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H. Potter Co., Limited
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H. Potter Co., Limited
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Canada’s View of the League
This Dominion is a “North American Nation” and Will Not Permit Itself to be Automatically Entangled in Europe’s Mess.
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RICHARD JEBB
THAT Canada has definite and individual ideals in matters of world importance, such as the League of Nations, is conceded by British writers reviewing the main principles brought out at imperial conferences. There is notable reference to this feature in an article in the Empire Review from the pen of Richard Jebb, a well-known imperial and constitutional writer, who sees us distinctly as “a North American nation,” with purely North American points of view and ideals.
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First Things First at Ottawa
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The Financial Post
IN ANNOUNCING that the government would bring down a balanced budget, Premier King very well stated public opinion throughout Canada when he said: “We believe that what the country wants to-day is as little in the way of public expenditure as possible. . . .
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German Ships Grow Apace
Five Hundred Thousand Tons Per Annum Launched Since 1920, Says Naval Writer
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F. SEFTON DELMER
IN THE three years from July 1, 1920, to July 1, 1923, the tonnage launched from German shipyards to the order of German owners has averaged, at a low estimate, about 500,000 tons per annum. These are statistics given by F. Sefton Delmer in the Nineteenth Century, where he tells his readers that in order to estimate the magnitude of this effort it must be recalled that the output of the German yards on behalf of German owners in the three years immediately preceding the war averaged only about 300,000 tons per annum.
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Worth While Living in 2424
Novelist-Prophet Says Material Sciences Are Approaching Zenith of Development
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H. G. WELLS
BEFORE very long we shall begin to realize that there is a new sort of education active in the world, declares H. G. Wells in the Strand Magazine, wherein he claims that “the coming hundred years or so will mark a revolution in human affairs altogether more profound than that merely material revolution of which our great grandparents saw the early beginnings.”
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The Canadian FAIRBANKS-MORSE Company Limited
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The Canadian FAIRBANKS-MORSE Company Limited
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MACLEAN’S
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MACLEAN’S
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GOPHIR DIAMOND CO., LTD.
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GOPHIR DIAMOND CO., LTD.
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Post-Mortem Chat With Dickens
“Toby, M.P.,” Relates Extraordinary Incident of a Table-Rapping Experience Involving Famous Creator of Pickwick, et al.
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SIR HENRY LUCY
THOSE who have followed the claims made in recent years by believers in the possibilities of communication with the departed will read with special interest the story of an experience in connection with table-turning, as it was called, some thirty years ago, related by Sir Henry Lucy in the Cornhill magazine.
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McLAUGHLIN MOTOR CAR CO., LIMITED
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McLAUGHLIN MOTOR CAR CO., LIMITED
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How Illegal Booze Is Sold
Inside Stories of Disposal of Liquor Smuggled Into U.S. from Canada
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JACK O’DONNELL
MORE than two years ago, when whiskey smuggling was becoming a profession, MacLean's was among the first to disclose the rum-running operations along the border, when Charles Christopher Jenkins, a more or less regular contributor, spent several days with the rum-runners at Fighting Island on the Detroit river and secured the first genuine interview with the then “king” of Canadian rum-runners.
Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0065.xml
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A. SCHRADER’S SON, Inc.
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A. SCHRADER’S SON, Inc.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0066.xml
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MACLEAN'S
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0067.xml
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VACUUM OIL COMPANY
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VACUUM OIL COMPANY
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0068.xml
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THE QUAKER OATS CO.
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THE QUAKER OATS CO.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0069.xml
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF CANADA LTD.
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF CANADA LTD.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0070.xml
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0071.xml
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SIMPSON’S
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SIMPSON’S
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0072.xml
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MACLEAN’S
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0073.xml
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Geo. Borgfeldt & Co. Ltd.
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Geo. Borgfeldt & Co. Ltd.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0074.xml
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GOTLOP TAILORING
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0075.xml
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AIR-FRICTION CARBURETOR CO.
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AIR-FRICTION CARBURETOR CO.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0076.xml
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0077.xml
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GOOD YEAR
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GOOD YEAR
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0078.xml
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WM. HOLLINS & CO., LTD.
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WM. HOLLINS & CO., LTD.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0079.xml
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CRESCENT MFG. CO.
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CRESCENT MFG. CO.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0080.xml
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PREST-O-LITE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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PREST-O-LITE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0081.xml
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0082.xml
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0083.xml
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0084.xml
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Canadian Kodak Co., Limited
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Canadian Kodak Co., Limited
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0085.xml
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0086.xml
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IMPERIAL TOBACCO CO. OF CANADA LIMITED
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IMPERIAL TOBACCO CO. OF CANADA LIMITED
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0087.xml
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CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS
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CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0088.xml
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0089.xml
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0090.xml
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Stevens-Hepner Company, Limited
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Stevens-Hepner Company, Limited
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0091.xml
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MACLEAN'S
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0092.xml
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0093.xml
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0094.xml
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THE LOWE BROTHERS COMPANY LIMITED
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THE LOWE BROTHERS COMPANY LIMITED
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0095.xml
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0096.xml
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Continental Electric Co. Limited
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Continental Electric Co. Limited
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0097.xml
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0098.xml
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LACO LAMPS
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0099.xml
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MILWAUKEE MOTOR PRODUCTS, INC.
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MILWAUKEE MOTOR PRODUCTS, INC.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0100.xml
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Bauer Chemical Co., Limited
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Bauer Chemical Co., Limited
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0101.xml
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HORROCKSES, CREWDSON & CO. Limited
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HORROCKSES, CREWDSON & CO. Limited
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0102.xml
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THE HALLIDAY COMPANY LIMITED
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THE HALLIDAY COMPANY LIMITED
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0103.xml
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WEST-ANGUS SHOW CARD SERVICE
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WEST-ANGUS SHOW CARD SERVICE
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0104.xml
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THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED
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THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0105.xml
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Horlick's
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Horlick's
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0106.xml
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Goddard's
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Goddard's
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0107.xml
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H. P.
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H. P.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0108.xml
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Charles B. Knox Gelatine Co.
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Charles B. Knox Gelatine Co.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0109.xml
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Women and their Work
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SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS WOMAN ATTAINS HER AMBITION TO BECOME A “TRAMP”
Miss Esther Richardson, First Woman in Canada to Become a Foreign Buyer for a Canadian Store, Has Retired from Business and Will Go Around the World
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DOROTHY G. BELL
"I WAS born a tramp. I love travelling better than anything else in the world—just as my mother and father before me loved it.” And now Miss Esther Richardson, the first woman to cross the ocean on a buying trip for a Canadian store and probably one of the first feminine foreign buyers from this continent, has retired from the business world to be a “tramp” for the rest of her life.
Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0110.xml
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Simmons Limited
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Simmons Limited
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0111.xml
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F. W. WOOLWORTH CO.
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F. W. WOOLWORTH CO.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0112.xml
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Women and their Work
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FOOD FACTS WE SHOULD KNOW
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DOROTHY GRAHAM
THERE are hundreds of varieties of dates—many of them unknown outside of their own district. These varieties, however, may be loosely grouped into three classes—the sweet, which is the only type known outside of the palmbearing country; the mild sweet, which is generally eaten as a fresh fruit; the dry or “camel” dates, preferred by the Arabs as a general food article, both pressed whole, and ground into date flour.
Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0113.xml
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HAROLD F. RITCHIE & CO., LIMITED
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HAROLD F. RITCHIE & CO., LIMITED
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0114.xml
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BOVRIL, Ltd.
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BOVRIL, Ltd.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0115.xml
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Bates & Co., Ltd.
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Bates & Co., Ltd.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0116.xml
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Women and their Work
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MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX
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EDWINA SETON
Question—Mrs. W. T. C., Alberta: My daughter, who is just finishing her eleventh grade is eager to take up work as a dietitian. Where are the best schools giving this course? Would taking such a course make her self-supporting, and how would it compare in this respect with country school teaching or stenography?
Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0117.xml
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0118.xml
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KROEHLER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LTD.
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KROEHLER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LTD.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0119.xml
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Art and Decoration for Town and Country Homes
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Art and Decoration for Town and Country Homes
A Survey of Early Periods—II.
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DOROTHY G. BELL
THE decorations of the early historic periods have, through the ages, served as inspiration for our modern homes. It is, however, the great decorative styles developed from the fifteenth to the close of the eighteenth century which represent the work of master architects and craftsmen and it is on these styles that so much of our interior decoration is based to-day.
Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0120.xml
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BOSTON VARNISH COMPANY
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BOSTON VARNISH COMPANY
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0121.xml
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S. C. JOHNSON & SON, Ltd.
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S. C. JOHNSON & SON, Ltd.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0122.xml
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SHADE PRODUCTS
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SHADE PRODUCTS
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0123.xml
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Edgecumbe-Newham Co. Ltd.
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Edgecumbe-Newham Co. Ltd.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0124.xml
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Ideal Power Lawn Mower Co.
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Ideal Power Lawn Mower Co.
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0125.xml
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The Rubberset Co. LIMITED
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The Rubberset Co. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0126.xml
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LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED
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LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0127.xml
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THE WOLTHAUSEN HAT CORPORATION
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THE WOLTHAUSEN HAT CORPORATION
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0128.xml
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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New Language—Mrs. Nouveau-Riche —“He’s getting on so well at school; he learns French and Algebra. Now Ronn say ‘How d’ye do’ to the lady in Algebra —Toronto Goblin. Simplicity—“I understand that t girl you are engaged to is a twin. How you tell her from her sister?”
Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0129.xml
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Buffalo Specialty Company
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Buffalo Specialty Company
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0130.xml
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Old Dutch
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Old Dutch
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Maclean's_19240401_0037_007_0131.xml