Issue: 19250801

Saturday, August 1, 1925
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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THE wonders of modern civilization so soon become accepted common places that perhaps we don’t regard them with the gratitude that we ought. This may seem an unduly profound thought for this lightsome column, but there’s a reason. Two years ago a lot of us were inviting friends in for the evening to listen to the wonders of the radio—and too often a few squeaks, cat-calls and whistles rewarded our frantic twirling of the dials.
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FRAUDULENT STOCK PEDDLERS RAKE IN CANADIAN MONEY WITH SUCH PATHETIC EASE
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J. HERBERT HODGINS
HE STRODE down the maplearched pathway toward the large, white frame house with an air of complete confidence. He saw the three persons he wanted on the wide verandah, taking life leisurely. There was the father, typical gentleman of the old school, well removed from the "tricks” of business practice.
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ANSWERS TO FINANCIAL QUERIES
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Question—I would appreciate very much some information regarding the Union Discount Company, Regina. I am interested in this company and any information you have to pass along will be greatly appreciated.—T. L. R., Halifax, N.S., and others.
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NESBITT, THOMSON and Company, Limited
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NESBITT, THOMSON and Company, Limited
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ACME STAPLE CO.
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ACME STAPLE CO.
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The Red Carnation
When Signor Albatrossi, the famous magician, performed the greatest disappearing trick in the history of vaudeville he mystified himself more than his audience, and created a tragic knot that only the genius of Tench Story, the eccentric little cobbler detective, could untangle.
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LLEWELLYN HUGHES
THIS was their last trick of the evening. In a few minutes Signorina Cavelli would bow her acknowledgments to the audience, slip into her dressing room, and walk back to her hotel on the arm of the man she was to marry in the morning. While Signor Albatrossi was explaining the difficulties of his great act she took up her accustomed position on the blue rug and when he came to hide her from view with the screen she smiled at him.
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Slamming Them Over the Net
Tennis has emerged from the “sissy” class. It is universally recognized as a regular “he man's” game. More than a score of nations are playing this year for the blue ribbon of international tennis trophies, the Davis Cup. Read of the thrills and spills!
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CAPT. R. INNES-TAYLOR
DON’T raise your eyebrows in doubt when you are told that there are probably a quarter of a million tennis players in Canada. Although, in our broad Dominion, we have not yet produced a world’s champion, or a team of players capable of winning the famous Davis cup, we hold our own from a numerical standpoint.
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Pokey Finds Simple Life Complex
A trip to the country, a mother-in-law, a home-made circus and a few other odds and ends of a peaceful, bucolic life unite to provide a “restful” holiday for Peter, Pokey and the “Bits.” If there is trouble abroad that Pokey cannot tumble into it is because she hasn’t yet climbed out of the last lot.
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NORMA PHILLIPS MUIR
"PETER,” I said. "I’ve changed my mind.” “That,” stated Peter, “is no change. It’s a chronic condition.” “Waiving the opening for argument. I'll continue," I said. “We're not going to Biggunsglory for the rest of our holidays. Our children need a change more than we do.
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A Master Player in a Giants’ Game
If any doubt the ability of Canadians to handle the biggest positions with which this country can confront them, read this inspiring story of Beatty, the dynamic footballplaying president of the C.P.R., and holder of one of the biggest commercial jobs in the British Empire.
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JOHN NELSON
UPSTAIRS, at one of the busiest corners in Montreal, there is a private room owned and fitted up by a young business man who in former years was an athlete. There is a handball court, rowing machine, gloves, and the simple paraphernalia of a modest gymnasium.
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The Living Forest
Reading this instalment of Mr. Heming’s story is like getting away from everyday affairs and sharing, with Old Bill the Hunter and the boys, their life in the deep, cool shadows of the north woods.
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ARTHUR HEMING
THE first thing we did next morning was to examine the wolf tracks, and at one place in damp ground near the spring we saw very clear impressions of them. The size of one set of tracks was surprising; they were much larger than those of any dog I had ever seen, and the marks proved the claws very long and sharp.
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Rasmussen’s Arctic Highlanders
Most vivid is this story of Rasmussen's hazardous three-year journey across the farthest northern rim of Canada, while making the North-West Passage overland, and the reactions of his Eskimos to their first experience of modern civilization.
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D . M . LE BOURDAIS
IN NORTHWESTERN Greenland off the coast of Canada, live a community of Eskimos which Peary has called the Arctic Highlanders. They are the most northerly people in the world; and they are also among the most primitive. The food resources of the district are so limited that until recently—they now receive assistance from the Danish government and other sources—they were, under certain circumstances, compelled to restrict their numbers: when a man died it was the custom for his widow to kill her youngest female child.
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The Saginosh Baby
Mountains may move and a sunbeam’s motes be still, but the love of a mother for her baby beats eternal in every mother breast.
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S . H . HOWARD
OVER the darkening Laurentians, from some lonely little lake in the forest open only to the all-seeing eye of the sky, came that long, clear call of the loon which sounds like a woman in the depths of the wilderness calling to a child that is lost.
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JOHN SOMERS RETURNS
Are you ever conscious of another personality within your own — a subconscious self, a dual identity?
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CHARLES C. JENKINS
JOHN SOMERS—plain John Somers —was what he was in the beginning. John Warren Somers he became as an inventor, known popularly as John Warren by fawning intimates. John Somers— plain John Somers—he died. The double twist in John Somers’ life was brought about by influences identical with those which have most swayed men since Adam’s fall.
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PANDOLFO
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WILLIAM J. LOCKE
PANDOLFO passed his hand over his crisp auburn hair. "I a dore to see you like that, Paula. You remind me more than ever of the Paola Malatesta who married the great Pandolfo of Rimini. But, pardon me, if I say so—you are beating the air. There has been no question of remission of interest between Mr. Veresy and myself. I assure you."
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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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Open Up Our Empire Riches
Now That Britain Has Arranged Debts With Creditor Nations, Financiers' Eyes Turn Toward Cubs' Needs
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J. L. GARVIN
BRITAIN, having set about squaring accounts with creditor nations and having taken what preliminary steps she might to bring things back to normal on the "tight little isle,” is now casting her eye over farflung domains to ascertain just where her advice, co-operation and financial help are most needed.
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Kitchener As An Ishmaelite
Interesting "Inside" History That Throws Some Light on Russian Plot.
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RT. HON. C. F. G. MASTERMAN
LORD KITCHENER'S mysterious death was the work neither of a German mine nor of a German torpedo, but of that power which would not permit the Russian army to recover with the help of Lord Kitchener, because the destruction of czarist Russia had been determined upon.
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J.L.R
The Cynic’s View—All's fair in love and war, and they are alike in other ways. — Sarnia Observer. Tame Going—Of course it’s pretty hard to get much sport out of behaving yourself.—Regina Post. That Makes Her Wild—Our idea of a wild woman is one who hasn’t anywhere to go.
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Need Publicity, Not Tariff Wall
Wide Dissemination of Facts Premier Requisite of the Canadian Manufacturer
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WALLACE J. LAUT
THE tariff wall that the Canadian manufacturer most needs at the present time is one built of publicity that would make his name and the name of his products known to all and sundry throughout the Dominion. At least so thinks Wallace J. Laut, writing for Marketing (Toronto), where he brings out actual incidents to clinch his arguments.
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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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Senate Suggests Railway Merger
National System Costing the Country About $100,000,000 a Year and No Indication of Immediate Relief Under Present System
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W. B. Ross
FOLLOWING is the report of the special committee appointed by the Senate of Canada to inquire into and report upon the best means to relieve the country from its heavy railway expenditure: The special committee appointed to inquire into and report upon the best means to relieve the country from its heavy railway expenditure beg leave to make their second and final report, as follows:
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Russian’s Position Very Shaky
Men of Lesser Talents Are Throttling Genius—What Will be Future of Lenin's Confrere, Still Only 48?
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H. W. LEE
OF ALL the figures in the Russian revolution and the subsequent Soviet regime, no name is much more than remembered except that of Lenin and that of Trotsky. Lenin is dead and Trotsky stands alone. The simple inference is that these two leaders were surrounded by “dumb-bell” talent—political nobodies who when they got into places of power left nothing to remember them by except incapacity for office and leadership which they sought to conceal by innovations which were as stupid as they were brutal.
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Tainted Fiction Is Disappearing
Noted British Novelist Explains Urge Writers Have to “Jazz Up” Their Stories, and Condemns it
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HORACE ANNESLEY VACHELL
PERHAPS one of the greatest temptations which the struggling modern novelist experiences is that to “jazz” his book—to put a little of “sexy pep” into it to make it talked about and increase its sales on the news-stands. Much is said and much is written about the reputations as “best sellers” built up by novels whose main claim to attention has been risqueness, and there undoubtedly has existed a school of critics, especially in the United States, whose efforts would seem to have been directed toward pushing the interests of sexy books by the indirect method of giving the widest publicity possible to their explorations beyond the pales of decency.
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Russia Uses Trickery in China
English Writer Claims Russia Allied With Japan to Oust Western Control From China.
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F. BRITTEN AUSTIN
RECENT events in China would seem to bear out predictions made by F. Britten Austin in the Empire Review, where he insisted that there have been secret negotiations between the Soviets of Russia and the Japanese with the object in view of ousting European and American control from China and appropriating it to themselves.
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German Films Invade Britain
Tremendous Difficulties Beset British Film Industry, 95% of Pictures Shown Being from U. S.
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CECIL HEPWORTH
FILMS made by American or English directors, with American actors, operating for the most part in Germany where production costs are low, and using an English story with perhaps an occasional scene taken in England, are being flooded onto the English market as English films in competition with British made pictures, according to Cecil Hepworth, who in the Daily Mail (London), is setting forth the difficulties which beset the industry in the Old Country.
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Swift Canadian Co. Limited
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Swift Canadian Co. Limited
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S. C. JOHNSON & SON, LTD.
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S. C. JOHNSON & SON, LTD.
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Trotsky Can’t Foster Liberalism
Returns Because Soviet Would Use His Popularity With People —Will Not Permit Him to Sway Policies.
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ANNA LOUISE STRONG
TROTSKY’S return to Moscow and his resumption of a post of authority with the Bolshevists will not be followed by any noticeable change in Soviet tactics or policies, says Anna Louise Strong discussing in the Times (New York), his election as a member of the Russian presidium or cabinet.
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Speed Limit 1240 Miles An Hour
And This Figure is Really Illusory, for There Are Certain Factors Militating Against Vast Increase Over Present Records
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JEAN CABARETS
HAVE we nearly reached the limit of speed that may be attained in travel over land and water and through the air? Jean Cabarets, writing for Le Quotidien (Paris), rather thinks we have, but hesitates about definitely saying so in case a new motor is devised that might revolutionize methods of travel.
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Origin of Canadian Place Names
Interesting Theories Advanced Showing Where Much of Our Geographical Nomenclature Had Its Origin
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P. ST. C. HAMILTON
INTERESTING speculation as to the origin of Canadian place-names such as Labrador, Montreal, Fundy and Acadia, is indulged in by P. St. C. Hamilton, writing for the magazine section of the Herald (Montreal). Mr. Hamilton opens his article by challenging the statement made in Henry Miles’ book of questions and answers on Canadian history, where the theory is advanced that the name Labrador first belonged to a whaler of the fifteenth century who landed on the coast that was named after him.
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THE PEPSODENT COMPANY
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THE PEPSODENT COMPANY
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Is the World Less Democratic?
Former Premier of Hungary Discusses Some Reasons Why Nations Are Drifting Away from True Democracy
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COUNT ALBERT APPONYI
WHAT is democracy? Why are so many people talking about a crisis in democracy to-day? Why has democracy ceased to exist in many places, and why is its survival so precarious in others? In Pester Lioyd, (Budapest), Count Albert Apponyi sets out to answer these questions, and to tell his readers what democracy is not.
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Scientist Searches Sea’s Secrets
Neptune’s Remoter Depths Plumbed by Expedition Which Finds Remarkable and Hitherto Unknown Finny Specimens
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WILLIAM BEEBE
VIVID descriptions of deep-sea life are given in an article by William Beebe in the magazine section of the Times (New York). Mr. Beebe is with the Beebe expedition, now in the Pacific ocean where the Mexican and the south equatorial currents meet in a great rip.
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British Sportsmanship Lauded
New York Daily Recognizes Generously That War Took Tremendous Toll of Empire’s Premier Athletes
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NEW YORK POST
TRIBUTES to British sportsmanship are not uncommon in some of the more broad-minded metropolitan newspapers of United States, but the following from the Post (New York), has an exceptional ring of sincerity:— The victory of the Oxford-Cambridge cross-country racers over Cornell at Roehampton, 29 points to 25, is a reminder (not especially needed) that the British Empire yet furnishes rivals worthy of our best sporting steel.
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Sacrifices Necessary for Peace
League of Nations is Starved for Finances—There is the Desire for Peace, But More is Required
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GILBERT MURRAY
THE key to dissension over the world peace pacts, declares Norman Angell in The Nation and The Athenaeum, “is that everyone wants peace, but no one will make the necessary sacritices to obtain it.” Quoting this statement in an article in the same periodical, Gilbert Murray adds:— The will to peace brought about by the League; the reluctance to make any sacrifice paralyzes a large part of the League’s action, starves its finances, and enables its enemies to damage its prestige.
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Inside Story of Mumtaz Begum
Indian Nautch Girl Figured in a Real Romance Which Was More Dramatic Than Most Sensational Movie
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NEW STATESMAN
NO FEWER than 140 witnesses, most of them for the defence, were called in a recent murder trial in Bombay, India—the Malabar Hill murder case— the account of which has aroused considerable interest in England, owing to sinister features believed not to have been fully brought out in evidence.
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Champion Spark Plug Company
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Champion Spark Plug Company
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TIDE WATER OIL COMPANY
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TIDE WATER OIL COMPANY
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DOMINION CHAIN COMPANY, Limited
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DOMINION CHAIN COMPANY, Limited
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The MacLean Publishing Company LIMITED
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The MacLean Publishing Company LIMITED
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MUELLER LIMITED
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MUELLER LIMITED
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A. SCHRADER’S SON, Inc.
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A. SCHRADER’S SON, Inc.
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MACLEAN'S MAGAZINE TRAVEL SECTION
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0064.xml
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Lever Brothers Limited
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Lever Brothers Limited
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0065.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0066.xml
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HAROLD F. RITCHIE & CO., LTD.
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HAROLD F. RITCHIE & CO., LTD.
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0067.xml
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F. F. DALLEY CO. of Canada, Limited
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F. F. DALLEY CO. of Canada, Limited
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0068.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0069.xml
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RUBBERSET CO. LTD.
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RUBBERSET CO. LTD.
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0070.xml
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HARVEY KNITTING COMPANY LTD.
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HARVEY KNITTING COMPANY LTD.
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0071.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0072.xml
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HOSIERS LIMITED
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HOSIERS LIMITED
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0073.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0074.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0075.xml
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Women and their Work
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How To Look As Young As Your Husband
Why don’t you jettison your cargo of cares and beat your husband in the race back to youth? Better still, why not keep youth in your heart, and you’ll be there, while he’s puffing down the road!
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NINA M. LANGFORD
AND this was Louise! I stood gasping at the door where Harry had deposited me with my bundles after a breath-taking drive from the station. Harry, big, buoyant, dashing, was just the same—• a bit broader in the shoulders, perhaps, and a bit firmer in the jaw—and his welcome as he caught up my bags and me at the station was just what a welcome between old school chums ought to be.
Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0076.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0077.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0078.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0079.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0080.xml
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Stevens-Hepner Company, Ltd.
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Stevens-Hepner Company, Ltd.
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0081.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0082.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0083.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0084.xml
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Women and their Work
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IS CLUB WORK A LADDER FOR SOCIETY CLIMBERS?
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MARJORIE MIDDLETON
ARE we women sincere? Do we run our various societies and clubs really for altruistic reasons, or do we run them to further our own personal private ambitions and interests? This question was brought to my mind recently by a conversation with a young friend.
Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0085.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0086.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0087.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0088.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0090.xml
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ROBINSON & CLEAVER LTD
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ROBINSON & CLEAVER LTD
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0091.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
The Spell of “Old Things” in a Small Home or Apartment
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ANNE ELIZABETH WILSON
AMONG the minor curses of the twentieth century is the belief prevalent among people going into an apartment or small house, after the big old family home, that all the "old things" they might possibly bring with them, may be out of place, too cumbersome or too hard to care for, in the new home of comfort and dreams.
Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0092.xml
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The MARTIN-SENOUR Co. LIMITED
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The MARTIN-SENOUR Co. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0093.xml
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Kermath Manufacturing Company
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Kermath Manufacturing Company
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0094.xml
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BRAMBACH PIANO CO.
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BRAMBACH PIANO CO.
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0095.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0096.xml
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BEACH FOUNDRY LIMITED
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BEACH FOUNDRY LIMITED
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0097.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0098.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0099.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0100.xml
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Phonetic Love— O, MLE, what XTC I always feel when UIC, I used to rave of LN’S eyes, 4 LC I gave countless sighs, 4 KT, 2, and LNR, I was a keen competitor. But each now’s a non-NTT, 4 U XL them all UC. —London Tit-Bits. The Philanthropists—Wife (with first checking account)—Oh, John, the bank sent me back all the cheques I paid bills with last month, so I haven’t spent anything!—American LegionWeekly.
Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0101.xml
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0102.xml
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Canadian Kodak Co., Limited
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Canadian Kodak Co., Limited
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Maclean's_19250801_0038_015_0103.xml