Issue: 19250401

Wednesday, April 1, 1925
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In the Editor's Confidence
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THE TWEEKLIE contest aroused keen interest among thousands of Canadian children, and about two hundred entries—of exceptional merit—were received. It was exceptionally difficult to settle upon the ultimate prize-winner, as nearly a score were of fairly even quality, but finally the judges have decided to award the first prize to Eloise Creen, 13, of Simcoe, Ontario.
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UNLOOKED-FOR UPTURNS IN ECONOMICS INFLUENCE BUSINESS ACROSS CANADA
Two Dollar Wheat Has Strengthened Agrarian Buying Power, Notably in Western Canada; Uplift to Pound Sterling Renews Hope of British Capital Inflow; U. S. Buying Abroad Insures Our Export.
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J. HERBERT HODGINS
ALEXANDER D. NOYES, the financial writer, in a recent analysis , of the financial situation, remarked on the difficulty of understanding the completeness of a reversal in the economic situation except by contrasting the salient phenomena of the moment with those of a year before.
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INSURANCE FOR YOUR CHILDREN
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A. M. ALLAN
CANADIAN parents are showing an increasing desire to provide their children with an adequate education. They are realizing that a child who leaves school at fourteen and goes to work is seriously handicapped in the race of life. In fact, statistics show that a poorlyeducated man, who comes from the class of boys who leave school at fourteen, earns an average of $500 a year for fortyfour years, or approximately, a total of $22,000 during his lifetime.
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FINANCIAL BOOKLETS
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FOR the guidance of investors and the public generally a large number of pamphlets and brochures is published periodically by large Canadian financial houses, banks and brokerage irms. These are distributed to the public free for the asking, and give advice regarding the making of wills, purchasing of bonds and stocks, etc.
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The PRICE of HEALTH
For a few cents a day thousands have found again the freshness, the vigor of youth
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NOT a “cure-all,” not a medicine in any sense—Fleischmann’ Yeast is simply a remarkable fresh food. The millions of tiny active yeast plants in every cake invigorate the whole syslem. They aid digestion—clear the skin—banish the poisons of constipation.
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PORT OF CALL
Henry Warren could not understand the younger generation. He feared his son and daughter were headed straight for perdition. This story shows how they acted in a great emergency.
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ANNE HAWLEY WOOD
WHEN the phrase drifted into his mind that hot July day Henry Warren was filling out a fire insurance policy with laborious painstaking. He looked up; but instead of the little one-room office with its wooden chairs, its golden-oak desk, and the iron safe with “Henry Warren” on it in gold letters, he saw wide crashing seas, stately ships, and on far distant shores, mysterious cities.
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The First Whip of the Cariboo Road
One link still remains with the romantic gold-rush days of two-thirds of a century ago—Charles Major, pioneer Cariboo whip, who still lives, hale and hearty, at New Westminster, B.C.
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NOEL ROBINSON
PICTURE a road, clinging precariously to the side of a soaring mountain peak, with the twisting white thread of a foaming river hundreds of feet below; a road that wandered across lush valleys, fragrant with sweet-grass; that dived into the purple shadows of deep defiles and was born again on the crests of distant, sunlit hills; a road touched with the magic finger of romance, so that it became for restless thousands an arch that spanned the river of failure and linked the last outpost of civilization with the rainbow’s end.
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Tom Moore, Safety Valve of Labor
To navigate Canadian organized labor through industrial seas requires a wise head and a strong hand on the helm. Such a man is Tom Moore, who has held the deck for nearly eight years.
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NORMAN REILLY RAINE
AN UGLY snarling mob packed a large, well-lighted hail in far away Vancouver, shortly after the Winnipeg strike of the One Big Union, nearly six years ago. Labor conditions throughout the West were unsettled at the time, and factional battles were frequent.
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THE JUNGLE
How many of us have our own particular “jungles,” and often feel their pullf Anyway, you’ll sympathize with the little elfin waif, Is’bel.
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BEATRICE REDPATH
THE book store was half way down a short blind street. This cul-de-sac was a backwater of respectability. Its old brown stone fronts had somehow managed to resist the oncreeping tide of slum districts which were steadily devouring the avenues and streets on all sides of it.
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The Whipper-In
A story of à wonderful race, and of a girl who was a wonderful prize.
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ARTHUR HUNT CHUTE
ROUGH weather on the North Atlantic had brought the Judique fleet storming in from sea. About the middle of the morning watch Dinkey Matheson’s Dundee was sighted through the smother of the outer harbor. All Arichat stood looking on as she tore in toward her moorings.
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“Give Tax-Payers Benefit of Doubt”
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J. HERBERT HODGINS
IF YOU were to ask Calvin Coolidge, president of the United States, for the basic ingredient of national economy he would most certainly tell you “first watch your pennies.” Calvin Coolidge has a tremendous respect for the small coin. Colonel George Harvey, former United States ambassador to Great Britain, himself a Vermonter, tells this Coolidge story: When Calvin was six years old he had obtained, by working for the promoter of a local entertainment, a ticket of admission, but he needed some incidental spending money and he asked for it.
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Observing the First Centenary of D’Arcy McGee
Canada honors this month an Insh-Canadian, who died “the most eloquent defender of British rule on the face of the globe.” Fifty-seven years ago this week Thornas D’Arcy McGee, M.P., fell, by an assassin s hand, in Ottawa.
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M. GRATTAN O’LEARY
ON APRIL 13, 1825, there was born in Ireland, Thomas D’Arcy McGee. On April 7, 1868, there fell in Ottawa, by an assassin’s hand, Thomas D’Arcy McGee. On April 13, this year, there will be held in Ottawa a gathering, international in character, to honor the memory and achievements of this romantic Celt of tragic memory who, reared in the Young Ireland movement, lived to become, in the words of Lord -Mayo, “the most eloquent defender of British rule on the face of the globe.”
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A PLACE FOR A SHOW
Pokey learns to place a bet at the races and, as usual, with unusual results.
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NORMA PHILLIPS MUIR
"PETER, does every one who goes to the races bet?” I asked, casually. ‘‘What do you want to know for, Pokey?” he asked. “Oh, I just wondered!” “Well, don’t do it,” he snapped. “When you begin to ask careless questions and wonder about things I can scent trouble coming my way.
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Heir Apparent
An Irishman finds a real use for an April Fool joke—and his wife no longer believes in mails.
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MAUDE CHEADLE BROMLEY
YOUNG TEDDY MALONE parked his bike against a verandapost and craned his lean neck in a listening attitude. It was one o’clock, and time he was back in the law-office of Tanner and Hart, who paid him a scanty week’s wage for running errands and being generally useful.
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TWEEKLIE TALES
And Uncle Hopalong told the Story of The Squirrel and the Frag.
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George W.Davey
Once by a stream tnere lived a -frog Who -thought himself a "clever boy/ Cried he,"No one in Forest-Land Has half the talent I enjoy ! " As every day he swam and dived Beneath the surface of the stream, No one his peace of mind disturbed And Life was just a Happy Dream.
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The Great Samara
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E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
UPON a house in Fifth Avenue there had converged, on an April evening, as strange a group of men and women as the world could well have shown: a bond salesman, a dealer in automobiles, a maker of artificial flowers, a young woman employed as a stenographer by the typewriting bureau of a great New York hotel! Mrs. Saxon J. Bossington knew much—and little—of her guests.
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More Stories from Rail Life
Good nature and the ability to see the humorous side of things in dealing with the public seem characteristic of railroaders, according to the lively recollections of Alfred Price, formerly general manager of the C. P. R.
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ALFRED PRICE
RAILWAYMEN generally are inveterate practical jokers, but they enjoy a trick with themselves in the role of victim just As much as if the laugh is on the other fellow. In the nature of things Canadian railwaymen have .considerable contact with their brothers south of the line and many a good story finds its way in both directions across the border, as the following tale will illustrate.
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Ottawa Rushes Toward An Election
Economy is a neglected wench, of unpleasant mien, and she still meets with but little favor from our federal nabobs.
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M. GRATTAN O’LEARY
LAST session Parliament met at the beginning of March and by the middle of April had passed one bill —to change the name of an apple. This year it is galloping through debate, estimates and legislation with a speed that almost appals. It put debate on the Address behind it in a week; it has voted millions of estimates; it has had, read, and made an episode over the auditor-general’s report; it has passed a treaty to stop smuggling; it has voted for equality of the sexes in the matter of divorce; it has had its annual controversy over race tracks and the Senate and the Civil Service and currency; and ere these lines reach the reader it will doubtless be grappling with the budget.
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The cream of the world’s magazine literature. A series of Biographical, Scientific, Literary, and Descriptive articles which will kee"p 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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Finds Normalcy in Great Britain
British Call It “Tranquillity,” Reports Noted International Observer — Concentrated on Work in Britain Now, Not Crisis.
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FRANK H. SIMONDS
“AN ATMOSPHERE of restored confidence” is what Frank H. Simonds, American writer and author of “The World War,” says he found everywhere in the British Isles during his recent visit. He was delighted to discover all signs of “war tenseness” absent from British faces, he tells us in the Sunday Times (London).
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Studying Workers’ Efficiency
Industrial Psychology Experts in Great Britain Improve Conditions for Workers and Augment Their Output.
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CHARLES S. MYERS
REST periods throughout the day for workers in factories and the elimination of “false motions,” or waste effort, seem to be two of the main things for which the National Institute of Industrial Psychology of Great Britain is striving in its attempt to co-operate with modern industry and industrial employees.
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The Situation Favors Labor
Australia’s Composite Ministry May Split Into Factions and Labor Win.
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F. A. W. GISBORNE
AUSTRALIAN politics are in a chaotic condition, judging by an article ■ on the present situation written by F. A. W. Gisborne for the Empire Review. There are now three recognized parties in Australia—the Country party, the Nationalist party and the Labor party.
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Wit,Wisdom and Whimsicality
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CULLED J.L.R.
Energetic Idleness—The busiest thing on earth is an idle rumor.—Belleville Ontario. Perfect Percy—Nowadays the gentle sex is composed of men who do not drink or smoke cigarettes.—Lethbridge Herald. Misnamed—The trouble with most dumb-bells is that they aren’t dumb.— —St. Mary’s Journal-Argus.
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Metal Planes More Durable
Its Greater Durability Under Weather and Stress Tips Scale Against Wood.
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LIEUT. CORLEY McDARMENT
AN ENGLISH expert on airplanes was quoted in this department some little time ago as forecasting the advent of the all-metal plane for use in commercial and government work. He was quite enthusiastic about the innovation, it will be remembered, and was quite confident that the day was practically at hand when nothing else but steel would be used in the construction of flying machines.
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Heart Specialist Airs Views
Letter Written by Sir James McKenzie Shortly Before His Death Discusses Reasons for Organic Trouble.
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SIR JAMES MCKENZIE
WE RECOGNIZED early that the functioning cells of an organ of the body are controlled and regulated by impulses generated by the cells of other organs, and conducted to and fro by structures specially evolved for the purpose.” So wrote Sir James McKenzie, M.D., F.R.S., F.R.C.P., just a short time before his death, in a letter to a friend relative to discoveries at the Institute for Research at St. Andrews.
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Is Freud Savant or Charlatan?
Father of Psycho-analysis Hailed as “Columbus of the Unconscious” ■— Hunger and Love Main Actuating Impulses.
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GEORGE SYLVESTER VIERECK
HAS Sigmund Freud, “the father of psycho-analysis,” really discovered a new science, or is he merely a visionary dabbling in forces which the mind of man is incapable of plumbing? Whatever there may be or may not be of worth in Freud’s observations, they at least are not being entirely ignored by thinkers and critics of his time.
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Reversal of Sex Is Demonstrated
Extraordinary' Experiments Made by European Investigators May Culminate in Fundamental Changes in Animals and Men.
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OSCAR RIDDLE
IS SEX in adult animals—and in human —irrevocably fixed, or is it reversible? asks Oscar Riddle, writing for the New Republic. Mr. Riddle, answering his own question, seems of the opinion that sex in say living species can be changed at will once the stages in transformation are thoroughly understood.
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Says Chemical War Humane
Iƒ We Must Have War, Then Depend Upon Brains, Urges ChemistVeteran.
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J. B. S. HALDANE
“IF IT is right for me to fight my enemy with a sword, it is right for me to fight with mustard gas: if one is wrong, so is the other. The use of mustard gas in war on the largest possible scale would render it less expensive of life and property, shorter and more dependent on brains rather than numbers.
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Is Opium Solely Moral Issue?
Intemperate Language of U.S. Delegate at Recent International Conference Did Not Help to Achieve Settlement.
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NEW STATESMAN
THE prevalent American view on the opium question seems to be that it is a moral question upon which no compromise is possible, remarks the New Statesman (London), in discussing the recent rupture at Geneva between United States and British representatives to the conference for the suppression of the narcotic traffic. The writer in the New Statesman says that Stephen G. Porter, American delegate, “was led by his uncompromising zeal for the instant abolition of the drug” into “intemperate language,” which resulted in an unfortunate misunderstanding that may result in no further conferences on the subject being held. No doubt, continues the British weekly, Mr. Porter’s view “is entirely justified as regards the vile misuse which Americans make of the derivatives of the poppy seed; but the normal use of opium in the Middle East and in India is no more a question of morality, or even of state policy, than is the consumption in Europe of claret or cigarettes.
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Waging War Against Snakes
Brazil Loses Four Thousand Lives Each Year hy Snake-Bite — Study of Reptiles Dispels Many Illusions.
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LUCIANO MAGRINI
IT IS estimated that four thousand persons are killed every year in Brazil from the poisonous effects of bites by venomous serpents. The menace from snake attacks is so great there that an institute has been established for the purpose of waging continual warfare on them, according to an article by Luciano Magrini in Corriere della Sera (Milan). This institute is known as the Butantan Institute. It is located a short distance from Sao Paulo, and it is under the directorship of Dr. Vidal Brazil. Dr. Brazil is following up the experiments and investigations of the French scientist, Calmette, who obtained from a horse inoculated with the venom of the Indian cobra a serum that neutralized the poison of that particular snake. On the hypothesis that any poison inoculated into suitable animals will generate an antitoxin, Dr. Brazil has made long and laborious researches with snakes of his native country, and has succeeded in producing a series of antitoxins that have proved very effective in many cases.
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THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.
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THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.
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PRATT & LAMBBRT-INC.
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PRATT & LAMBBRT-INC.
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Maclean's_19250401_0038_007_0072.xml
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
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Champion Spark Plug Co. of Canada, Limited
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Maclean's_19250401_0038_007_0075.xml
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Maclean's_19250401_0038_007_0090.xml
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Maclean's_19250401_0038_007_0100.xml
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Maclean's_19250401_0038_007_0101.xml
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Women and their Work
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“Feeding for Profit. ” How One Woman Found Her "Way Out"
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PRUTH HOPPER
A PERSON once said, “Life is but a series of adjustments.” I have proved that this is true. At present I feel that I have been adjusted all I want to be for a while. Do you remember the darkie, who, when told by his master to eliminate the eggs on his order replied, “I can’t, boss.
Maclean's_19250401_0038_007_0102.xml
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Women and their Work
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How to Make Rose Cushions
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PANSY ATKINS
“SHE has such a restful, homey house,” sighed a friend of ours, rather enviously, “and yet her things are beautiful and expensive, too. I don’t see how she does it.” I was just on the point of stating that I thought those were ideal conditions under which to make a house “cozy and restful” but remembered that I usually lost out in any argument.
Maclean's_19250401_0038_007_0106.xml
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Richards Wilcox Canadian Co.Ltd.
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Richards Wilcox Canadian Co.Ltd.
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Maclean's_19250401_0038_007_0108.xml
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Women and their Work
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MacLean’s Question Box
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EDWINA SETON
A few inquirers still write Edwina Seton, asking for information which may occupy hours of her time, and fail to enclose a stamped, addressed envelope. Yet, they ask for a personal reply! Hereafter, no inquiry unaccompanied by stamped, addressed envelope, will be given a personal answer.
Maclean's_19250401_0038_007_0109.xml
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Gutta Percha & Rubber Limited
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Maclean's_19250401_0038_007_0110.xml
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BRINTON CARPET C° LIMITED
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BRINTON CARPET C° LIMITED
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Art and Decoration for Town and Country Homes
A Comfortable Country Home
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ARLEIGH JEAN CORBETT
MANY Canadians who have their places of business in cities do not seem to appreciate the allyear-round country homes as do the English people or even the people of United States. That of course, is a fault of all young countries where distances are great, roads indifferent and time at a premium.
Maclean's_19250401_0038_007_0112.xml
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MARTIN-SENOUR Co.
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Maclean's_19250401_0038_007_0113.xml
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Stewart Hartshorn Co.
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Maclean's_19250401_0038_007_0118.xml
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Why Not a Blushing Pink?—Hann: “What color is best for a bride?” Nahh: “I prefer a white one.”—Alabama Rammer-Jammer. Who’ll Buy?—“Parrot (African gray) for Sale; talks like a human being; good reasons for selling.”—Scots Paper. “What are the others?”—Punch.
Maclean's_19250401_0038_007_0119.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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