Issue: 19250201

Sunday, February 1, 1925
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MACLEAN'S
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Ford
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Ford
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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WHAT part of the day’s work could provide more consistent interest and enjoyment than that which is derived from the perusal of the batches of incoming manuscripts and letter mail? It is a lot of fun hearing, almost every day, from each of the Canadian provinces, from probably a score or two of cities, towns and hamlets, and frequently from odd corners of the globe.
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MACLEAN’S
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The Pelman Institute of America
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The Pelman Institute of America
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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MORE DEFINITE UPTURN TO BUSINESS CONTINGENT ON OTTAWA’S DECISIONS
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J . HERBERT HODGINS
WITHIN less than a week our parliamentarians will be resuming their seats at Ottawa and business men will be given an opportunity to see how far the Government is disposed to swing the Dominion more definitely into brisker channels of trade, commerce and industry.
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PROTECTING A BUSINESS WITH LIFE INSURANCE
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A. M. ALLAN
THERE are few business men who will deny the necessity for adequate fire protection to their plant and furniture. They realize, readily enough, that their position in the business world would be seriously endangered, in the absence of sufficient fire insurance, in the event of fire.
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Nesbitt, Thomson & Company LIMITED
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Nesbitt, Thomson & Company LIMITED
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CANADA FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS LIMITED
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CANADA FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS LIMITED
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ANSWERS To FINANCIAL QUERIES
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Question—What is your opinion of Tiger Tire and Rubber Co.? Would you consider shares in this company a safe investment? I have shares and have not heard from them lately.—V. E. S., Burlington, Ont. Answer—Tiger Tire and Rubber Company made an assignment a year ago.
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Timely Warning Given at Royal Bank Meeting
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The annual general meeting of The Royal Bank of Canada held at the head office in Montreal not only marked the conclusion of one of the most successful years in the Bank’s history, but was also featured by most interesting and forceful addresses by Sir Herbert Holt, the President and C. E. Neill, the General Manager.
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MACLEAN'S
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SCAFFOLDING
“He'd step on his grandmother's neck, to get a rung higher on the ladder of success." How often have you heard that said? This story shows whether ruthlessness in business pays.
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ISABEL ECCLESTONE MACKAY
HE WAS one of those men who, in a natural environment, are as unnoticeable as a twig upon a tree. Outside of such environment one notices them. And, for the man I speak of, the Placid Club seemed to be outside. Curiosity stirred to the question “How does he happen to be here?”—a small speculation, but small speculations seem to attract some people, myself among others—a fact which accounts for my acquaintance with Horace G. Benwell.
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Taking Short-Cuts to Success
This was a specialty of H. C. Hocken, M.P., ex-printer's devil, but he counsels: “Don't waste time looking for short-cuts; they'll come when you re ready."
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SCOTT I. DUTHIE
"MY, RACE, you’ve certainly landed on your feet,” said a boyhood friend of Horatio Clarence Hocken, member for West Toronto in the Canadian House of Commons, shortly after he was elected mayor of the second largest city in Canada.
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TOILERS UNDER THE SEA
No. 3: Miners at work and play.
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NORMAN REILLY RAINE
"HELLO, Alex.” "Hello, Ross . . . goodnight, Don.” “Goodnight, Alex. Comin' over to the dugout, bye?” "Aye, lad. We’ll be over after a bit.” The two miners passed on, their faces clean and shining from their Saturday night scrubbing after a day in the pit, and Alex.
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WHEN BLIND GUIDES LEAD
Another human story of the prairies, by the noted author of “The Viking Heart.”
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LAURA GOODMAN SALVERSON
SPRINGTIME, with its throbbing bird-notes and shining showers, seemed destined to bring mental turmoil and distress to Martha Croyer—Old Martha, as the villagers of Nea called her. Last year this turmoil had amounted almost to anarchy; at any rate she had awakened one fine morning vibrantly alive to the dullness of her lot, resentful and rebellious against every heretofore defended habit of a lifetime.
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Pokey and Her Flapper-Masher Bob
Peter's cunning little bride held off for a long time, but finally succumbed to the lure of the bob, but then—??!
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NORMA PHILLIPS MUIR
"PETER, dear, you positively must see Betty.” “Whaffor?” asked my lord and master, “what’s Betty done? Had her skin lifted, her eyebrows plucked or taken a henna dip?” “She’s had her hair bobbed and, honestly, she looks sixteen. You know how averse Bob was to her having it done—well, he says, it never looked as well and he won’t hear of her letting it grow.
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THE D’AVENANT MYSTERY
Another delightful “Quinney” story: was Lord D’Avenant— known in China as “Old Nick” —poisoned, or—?
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HORACE ANNESLEY VACHELL
JOE QUINNEY, being somewhat of a pagan, said afterwards that the D’Avenant mystery had been solved by coincidence, but Susan, his wife, brought up in a cathedral town, thought otherwise. The famous dealer happened to be staying at D’Avenant Old Hall when Lord D’Avenant was found dead in his library.
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Killing Sea Lions to Save the Salmon
Scientific destruction of a pest of the sea means real money to B. C. canneries.
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DOROTHY G. BELL
AN OLD, weather-beaten Irishman crouched low in the stern of his fishing boat, a ten-gauge shotgun loaded with buckshot across his knees, and his eyes followed the salmon net that stretched away from the boat in a long, curved line of wooden floats.
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Ready for the Federal Fray
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M. GRATTAN O’LEARY
"AH! I hear that shout again. Hear! Hear! What a life it was!” said Wilberforce when Lady Trevelyn, speechless with excitement, showed him Lord Lansdowne’s letter, offering her brother a seat in Parliament. Ah! that shout of Parliamentary battle.
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SANCTUARY
In which Dick Harrington escapes from the clutches of mysterious marauders, and Eileen receives a visit from a pert feminine rival.
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R. E. BREACH
HARRINGTON regained consciousness with a start. A window in the opposite wall was open and the cold air blew across his face. He had a clearer memory of a body silhouetted against the opaque square of the window, a beckoning hand, and a muttered command to "get a move on."
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Fighting Fire, Fungus, Insects—and Ottawa
Menacing factors in the campaign to conserve Canadian pulpwood for Canadians’ pockets—first of two articles.
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J. HERBERT HODGINS
WHAT do you think would be the reaction, from coast to coast, if any one of such Canadian cities as Brantford, Ont., Saskatoon, Sask., or Sherbrooke, Que., were, by some sudden sweep of economic misfortune converted into a deserted village every bit as forlorn as Goldsmith pictured in his oft-recited lines?
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TWEEKLIE TALES ARE COMING
Who is Tweeklie?
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Come children all and gather round, This is your page as you will see, And you shall hear who Tweeklie is And now these stories came to be See Tweeklies picture up above Tweeklie is just a little boy, Who does the things which you do and Enjoys the things which you enjoy Once Tweeklie said "Please, Daddie, read A story from MacLean’s to me.
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The Song of Loo Foy
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LESLIE GORDON BARNARD
THE steam from Loo Foy’s Laundry found vent into the street through the half-open window beside which Loo Foy himself ironed quite happily. Everything he did was cheerfully executed, even when he was charged with mishandling clothes, to their detriment; when his quick, smiling nod found agreement with the owner’s warning, and his lips repeated like a glad refrain: “must be cahful!” housewives who firmly announced to their husbands their intention of making “that Chinaman pay for that hole in the tablecloth . . . why it’s perfectly ridiculous, my dear, I’m sure he skewers them together to wash them” —even they, in the face of such smiling submission, were content to threaten what would happen financially “next time.”
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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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Vast Debt Owed to Laboratories
To Patient Research Workers We Owe Household Luxuries and Conveniences—Romance of Advertising.
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JOHN GABBERT BOWMAN
BEGINNING about the year 1840, in a small, humble way, the colleges and universities of United States started laboratories of chemistry, of physics and of biology. The result, declares John Gabbert Bowman, chancellor of the university of Pittsburg, is that eighty per cent, of all the luxuries and conveniences in the modern household came out of these laboratories.
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Want to See Their Money Work
Reason Which Impels Millionaires, Themselves Unschooled, to Give Away Large Fortunes to Universities.
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GEORGE EASTMAN
JAMES B. DUKE
WHAT motives impel millionaires, who themselves have never attended college, when they give away large fortunes to universities, hospitals and seats of higher learning? Is it because John D. Rockefeller made the thing fashionable, or is it that these rich men, after amassing their mountains of gold, realize out of their own experiences, that learning and a cultured and cultivated intellect is the only wealth that is worth having—that they wish to make it easier for others to gain an aesthetic asset that was, through circumstances, denied them?
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What Traits Are Inherited?
Noted Writer Discusses Mendelian Law and Explains Family Differences and Resemblances, and Crime Causes.
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FRENCH STROTHER
IN A previous issue of MacLean's, an article by French Strother in World's Work was reviewed in this department. It was entitled “Crime and Eugenics,” and in it Mr. Strother sought to prove that we definitely inherit all our characteristics, whether they be crime or virtue, from our immediate ancestors—that it is indeed true that the “sins of the fathers” are visited “upon the children unto the third and fourth generation.”
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Air Travel Will Aid Peace
Pioneer Aviator Believes Swift and Cheap Air Transport Will Break Down Strife and Prejudices.
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HARRY HARPER
THERE are wonders in aerial travel dawning that will open up a new page in the world’s history, bringing an age of real super-men. Men closest to developments are the most enthusiastic about it, for besides the physical wonders which general air travel will bring about, they foresee psychological results that will actually mean “peace on earth and good-will among men.”
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Urge Act to Stop Child Labor
Twentieth Amendment to U.S. Constitution Meets With Considerable Opposition — Divergent Views Expressed.
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O. R. LOVEJOY
WM. E. GONZALES
LAWS passed by the United States congress to regulate child labor having been previously declared unconstitutional by the United States supreme court, the house of representatives last Spring, by a vote of 297 to 69, passed a child labor amendment to the federal constitution.
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Under Thirty Prime of Life?
Not Middle Age But Youth Is Life at Its Prime Says Writer Who Sets the Mark at 27.
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ALEX. M. THOMPSON
ANOTHER champion of youth has arisen in the person of Professor Karl Pearson, who recently made the pragmatical pronouncement that the prime of life for human beings is reached at the age of 27 years. Professor Pearson’s theory is not new.
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J.L.R
Weather Forecasts—If the hair on your wife’s fur coat is thin, look out for a hard winter.—Brandon Sun. Well-Founded Suspicions—Helium gas won’t burn, and we know a brand of coal that appears to be rich in it.—Owen Sound Times. Traveling Comforts—All the comforts of home are now being used as laprobes in the jitney.—St. Thomas Times-Journal.
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Wembley to be More Beautiful
Enhanced Scenic Arrangements and Increased Number of Novelties for 1925.
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LONDON OBSERVER
IT IS just a question as to how much Canada will be interested in the Wembley Exhibition, during the present year. The difference of opinion growing out of the sudden and drastic restrictions on the automobile industry; the feeling that these restrictions bear with excessive heaviness on Canada has, not unnaturally, resulted in an attitude of coldness toward the great exhibition, in which Canadian-built cars had so large a place.
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FELS~NAPTHA
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Will Not Capture British Trade
Economic Expert Believes Germany Will Export Moderately But Will Not Be a Serious Trade Menace.
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ROBERT CROZIER LONG
IN SPITE of fears quite generally expressed and indications brought out in theory, there is no prospect of Germany capturing any large volume of British trade in the next few years, according to Robert Crozier Long in a letter from Berlin to the Fortnightly Review.
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Many Turkish Problems Exist
Lausanne Treaty and Sacrifice of British Military Dominance in Far East Costing Mother Country Dearly in Prestige.
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ROBERT MACHRAY
BRITAIN’S sacrifice of military dominance in the Middle East through the Lausanne treaty and her adherence thereto are costing her dearly in prestige. The races in that part of the world have taken every ounce of advantage or the independence granted them, and have gone further in their new boldness, evento looking upon the rules which the treaty imposed upon them as “scraps of paper.”
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The Andrew Jergens Co., Limited
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The Andrew Jergens Co., Limited
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VACUUM OIL COMPANY
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VACUUM OIL COMPANY
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Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co. Limited
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Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods Co. Limited
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THE PEPSODENT COMPANY
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THE PEPSODENT COMPANY
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THE PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN CO., LIMITED
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THE PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN CO., LIMITED
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GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA LIMITED
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GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA LIMITED
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THE WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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THE WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Kroehler Mfg. Co., Ltd.
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Kroehler Mfg. Co., Ltd.
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Stevens-Hepner Co., Limited
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Stevens-Hepner Co., Limited
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HISCOTT INSTITUTE, LIMITED
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HISCOTT INSTITUTE, LIMITED
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The Borden Co. Ltd.
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The Borden Co. Ltd.
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STANLEY
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PRATT & LAMBKRT-INC.
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PRATT & LAMBKRT-INC.
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MACLEAN’S MAGAZINE TRAVEL SECTION
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Interlake
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Interlake
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Nujol
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Nujol
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MARMOLA
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MARMOLA
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HOURD & CO. Limited
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HOURD & CO. Limited
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F. L. BENEDICT & CO.
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F. L. BENEDICT & CO.
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Champion Spark Plug Company of Canada, Limited
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Champion Spark Plug Company of Canada, Limited
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Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0069.xml
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Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0070.xml
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56,57,58
Women and their Work
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Bride Debates: Resolved, Rewards of Pioneering Make up for Privations
This is a vivid and frank human document, telling the story of an eastern bride who made good in the West, when she found herself a real asset to her community.
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MAISIE D. L. GREENE
THERE was nothing new in the text of Harley’s letter. It was the same as all the others I had received from him during the past four years. It contained the usual declaration of his love for me. It told of his longing for my companionship. It gave a statement of his circumstances and prospects.
Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0071.xml
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California Packing Corporation
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California Packing Corporation
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Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0072.xml
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The Canadian H. W. Gossard Co., Limited
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The Canadian H. W. Gossard Co., Limited
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Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0073.xml
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Women and their Work
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How to Make French Boxes for Dressing Table
The first of a series of practical “how to make" articles, by a writer who has made all of them herself.
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PANSY ATKINS
"CANADIAN girls,” a man once announced to me, “are mostly useless. They can’t make a thing! Their little hands are useful only to cuddle in a big masculine one. Ha!” And he inhaled with evident relish his cigar smoke and his own lofty ideas about Canadian girls.
Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0074.xml
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Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0075.xml
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Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0076.xml
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59
Women and their Work
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MacLean's Question Box
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EDWINA SETON
Question—K.M., New Brunswick: How does one become a druggist? Do you think a young person without capital or business experience could borrow money, set up a drug store and make enough profit to own the business in, say, ten years? Do drug stores make much of their profit from the sale of alcoholic beverages?
Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0077.xml
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Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0078.xml
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Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0079.xml
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61,62
Art and Decoration for Town and Country Homes
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Art and Decoration for Town and Country Homes
Importance of Bedroom Decoration
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JEAN ARLEIGH CORBETT
WHAT room is so dear to the heart of a girl as her bedroom? There she dreams dreams, confides most thrilling secrets to her girl chums and keeps her very personal treasures. Her bedroom is the first vision that confronts her eyes as she wakes in the morning.
Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0080.xml
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The MARTIN-SENOUR Co.
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The MARTIN-SENOUR Co.
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Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0081.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_19250201_0038_003_0082.xml
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63
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THE U. S. PLAYING CARD COMPANY
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THE U. S. PLAYING CARD COMPANY
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Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0083.xml
article
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Sure Sign—“Well, Art, I can tell you’re a married man all right. No holes in your stockings any more.” “No. One of the first things my wife taught me was how to darn ’em.”—Judge. Handing a Line—“Well have you any last words to say?” questioned the executioner as the convict was about to be hanged.
Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0084.xml
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Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0085.xml
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SIMMONS
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Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0086.xml
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Maclean's_19250201_0038_003_0087.xml