Issue: 19260101

Friday, January 1, 1926
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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COMPLIMENTS have been coming in recently in such a steady stream that perhaps I was getting just a little too “cocky,” so perhaps it is just as well that the following epistle should arrive from Bangor, Sask. : “I am satisfied with most of your articles, but many of the stories are not elevating.
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JAJACK CANUK PUTS ON ROSE GLASSES TO VIEW HIS PROSPECTS FOR 1926
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J. HERBERT HODGINS
WHAT of 1926? If I were asked to sum up the reaction of well-versed Canadian business men at the turn into a New Year, I would do so with one word—Confidence. Not in many years has Canadian business so confidently bid good-bye to a passing year and entered into a new twelve-month in more hopeful spirit.
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ANSWERS To FINANCIAL QUERIES
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Question—Kindly give me your opinion of Cities Service Company's six per cent., preferred stock for a savings investment. How does this stock compare with city of Hamilton five per cent. bonds?— Miss G.B., Hamilton, Ontario. Answer—Cities Service Co. is one of the outstanding utility corporations of the United States and, in Canada, controls the Dominion Natural Gas Co.
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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY LIMITED
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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY LIMITED
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ANSWERS To INSURANCE QUERIES
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Question—Is the CrownLife Insurance Co. of Canada safe to insure with? —G.R.H., Bermuda. Answer—The Crown Life Insurance Co. of Canada (H. R. Stephenson, general manager, Toronto), has a federal license to transact insurance. As the company carries the required reserve with the Dominion Department of Insurance, it is a safe concern with which to insure.
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The Making of a Railway Man
While still a youth in knickers, George Bury—imagination fired by tales of the struggle which gave birth to a great transcontinental—dreamed of becoming one of the heads of the Canadian Pacific. Here, the man who now dreams in retrospect begins the story of a dream come true. He writes against a background that reveals a Canada in the making.
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SIR GEORGE BURY
MR. VAN HCRNE, president of the C.P.R., called me into his office one day in February, 1890. For months I had been expecting to be given a chance to run a division “on my own.” I hoped my chance had come, but one could never tell in those days what a summons from the president might mean.
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THE SMOOTHERS
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W. A. FRASER
THIS narrative of how Jim Burke slid down the wellgreased skidway of the race track into the waters of tribulation is true, except that Burke’s name wasn’t Burke. Burke was a realtor in Hamilton, so he was a man accustomed to taking a chance; and Sam Gowdy knew this when he pilgrimaged from Buffalo to the city under the mountain.
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Giants of Other Days
Parliament goes on forever—but not so the Parliamentarians. Time and the people have spoken emphatically since the Commons dissolved a short four months ago. The casualties have been heavy. Perhaps that explains the note of sadness that colors these thumb-nail sketches of the departed giants.
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M. GRATTAN O’LEARY
THERE is something melancholy about the meeting of a new Parliament. For no matter which party comes back victorious, no matter what new stars gleam in the new firmament, nothing seems to compensate for missing veterans who once dominated the scene.
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THE STRANGER
Bitter and hard are the lives of our Canadian Banks fishermen, and crude their ideas of vengeance — but even that great driving force may give way for other things, as is shown in this thrilling story of Wild Archie MacEacheren and the fishermen of Judique.
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ARTHUR HUNT CHUTE
IT WAS a home on a hard frontier, bare floor, bare walls, naked rafters. Upon the chimney place, a rifle and a crucifix suspended in strange union; beneath, a text popular in Highland homes, proclaiming in ancient script, “A Stranger is a Sacred Name.”
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WHEN A GIRL'S THIRTY
The Ugly Duckling in a new guise—but whereas, in the time-honored fable it was nature which brought about the transformation, here it was something more dramatic.
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CONSTANCE KERR SISSONS
HAMILTON’S credulous blue eyes vibrated between Charlotte Glendon’s animated face and the January landscape seen through her living-room windows. That perfect, though short-lived, fragrant Canadian winter afternoon, was fast fading away.
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He Handled Santa Claus’ Mail
Santa Claus—the real Santa Claus who writes to his admirers from the post office farthest north in America—hasn't any whiskers. Nor does he use reindeer. Absurd! you say. it’s true. Read this and see.
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JOHN NELSON
BETWEEN seventy and eighty children, at least, now know definitely that Santa Claus does not live at the North Pole. They have had letters, bearing his signature, and carrying the name of the postoffice — Craig Harbor, Canada — definitely stamped on the outside of the envelope, to reassure them of the location inscribed within.
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KING NEPTUNE IS ABOARD!
Few Canadians realize that the deep-water ships of the Canadian Government Merchant Marine girdle the world. Here is what happens when one of them crosses the equator.
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Norman Reilly Raine
THE ship’s bell struck musically—one-two! one-two! one-two! one-two! Eight bells. The Old Man and the ship’s officers, shooting the noon sun, retired to chartroom and cabin to work out the position. Flying fish skittered from under the gently dipping bows, scattering a wake of jewelled drops before plopping back into the Pacific blue.
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THE TENTACLES OF EVIL
Out of the jungle groped slimy feelers, reaching for Is’bel. All the sinister forces worked to one end, and the battle that Ian did for his rescued one seemed waste of strength until—but let Mrs. Redpath tell it in her own enthralling way.
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BEATRICE REDPATH
IAN sat opposite Is’bel eating his breakfast in silence, in the comfortable little dining room over the secondhand bookstore. There had been no quarrel between them; their marriage was a happy one; but still a sense of fear kept continually pulling at his elbow ever since he had realized the gradual encroaching menace of the slums.
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From New York to a Jasper Cabin
The social whirl of New York palled and now the latchstring of Mrs. Fred Brewster's picturesque mountain home at Jasper, Alta., is out to a host of friends, new and old—the lone, half-breed guide, the mere millionaire and the aristocrat of the world of art or literature. Enter and discover the secret of a life of full content.
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DOROTHY G. BELL
IT WAS late at night. The woman in the log cabin bent closer to the fire. The light from the flames played on the not too finely chiseled, but cultured, features of her face and caught the rich, warm glow of something she held in her hand. “Come closer to the light and look.
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ELIXIR OF LIES
Unless you happen to be numbered among the elect who take their winter sports in the South, golf can be little more than a longing for three months to come. And if you can't play golf, the next best thing is to read about golf. You'll agree—when you read this story.
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PHILIP CURTISS
THE annual tournament of the Heath Hills Gclf Club reached its high point about eleven o’clock in the morning. At that hour, on qualifying day, the first tee, roped off like a prize-ring, was surrounded, three and four deep, by waiting contestants.
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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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British Labor Menaced by Reds
Investigator Confirms Theory That Sinister Forces Are Seeking to Undermine Loyalty of Old Country Working Men.
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DR. ARTHUR SHADWELL
THE launching of the Minority movement in England and the ‘boring from within” in an effort to transform British trade unions from purely pacific organizations into mass organizations for revolutionary activities is traced to Moscow and the Russian Bolshevists by Dr. Arthur Shadwell in a series of articles written for The Times (London).
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Could Destroy Paris in a Night
Air Craft Are Capable of Blotting Out European Capitals With Explosives, Fire and Poison—An Aviation Expert’s Picture.
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LES AILES
WRITING for Les Ailes (Paris), a French aviation expert whose article on “The Aero-Chemical Menace” appears anonymously, makes the declaration that Paris and Londen could be destroyed in a single night by fleets of bomb-dropping planes.
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Japan’s Preparedness a Menace?
Naval and Military Program of Mikado's Empire Analyzed — Britain's Indifference to “Sinister Possibilities” Condemned.
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GEOFFREY DRAGE
WHAT is the meaning of the Japanese naval and military preparations, and on what grounds is based the view of the British cabinet “of the peaceful outlook and the absence of naval antagonism” so far as it affects the Pacific, where the principal naval powers are face to face?
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Cancer “Cures” All “Clap-trap”
No Universal Panacea for a Disease Which Has Ten Primary and Twenty-five Secondary Forms, Asserts This Authority.
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DR. HERBERT SNOW
THE lay press continuously teems with resounding reports of medical discoveries, for the cure of cancer, which Dr. Herbert Snow, writing for the Contemporary Review, brands as “the merest clap-trap.” The newspapers, he declares, contain stories of “problems to be solved which have no existence save in the fervid imagination of the writer,” and he refers to “glowing accounts of advances in medical science, where to the initiated everything betokens retrocession and degradation rather than anything in the nature of progress or higher enlightenment.”
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Turkish Monte Carlo Is Planned
Roulette Wheels to Click in Ex-Sultan's Palace at Constantinople —High Class Gambling House to Attract Tourists.
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WILLIAM JORDAN RAPP
ROULETTE wheels are soon to click where Sultan Abdul Hamid once sat, plotted and condemned many to torture and death; for the Sultan’s palace at Constantinople is to be turned into a high class gambling house. Turkey essays to attract moneyed tourists within her borders and she believes that a gilded gaming house that was once the residence of despots will bring her the publicity and the paying guests.
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Stresses Need For Air Power
No Restriction Feasible Until War is Outlawed, Avers Former British Minister.
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SIR FREDERICK SYKES
SIR FREDERICK SYKES, G.B.S., K.C.B., C.M.G., M.P., former air minister for Britain, writing in the Edinburgh Review, seeks to show that Britain should not by any means abandon or curtail expenditure on military - air power if she does not wish to sink to the status of a no-account power in world affairs.
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J.L.R
Only an Eyebrow?—Nature may be wonderful but it never grew an eyebrow to suit a woman.—Lethbridge Herald. I See—One thing women’s clothes leave to the imagination is what makes them so expensive.—Moose Jaw TimesHerald. On the Scale—Often a girl tests a young man’s ability to support her by sitting too long on one knee.—Kincardine Review.
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Your Brains Cannot Tire
Man s Mental Machinery Protected Against Overwork, Says Medical Scientist
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SIR ARTHUR KEITH
YOU cannot possibly overwork your brains.” This was an emphatic declaration made by Sir Arthur Keith in an address to the students of King’s College Hospital at the opening session of their winter’s work. In other words, brain fag and mental break-down are misnomers, according to Sir Arthur: they really come from physical causes and never from exercise of the mental faculties.
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Economic Laws Not Understood
Vigorous and Unprejudiced Thinking Required — Prevalent Ignorance a Menace to Future Well-being, Declares Expert.
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SIR JOSIAH STAMP
“THE worst of Science is that it stops you thinking.” That was one of the profoundsayings of Anatole France, the great French writer and philosopher, and it is a favorite quotation of Sir Josiah Stamp, English expert on economics and organization.
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Germany Vetoes Nationalization
Socialization of Mining Industry, Formerly Live Question, Now Held in Abeyance—Modified State Control Under Dawes Plan.
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LONDON TIMES
THE German revolution of November 9, 1918, was largely a revolution for nationalizing industry, and the first German congress of the workmen and soldier’s council unanimously decided that the socialization of the mining industry must be immediately taken in hand.
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Seat of Business Power Shifting
Control of Joint Stock Companies is Passing Into Hands of Bankers and Promoters, Asserts Financial Observer.
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PROFESSOR W. Z. RIPLEY
GOVERNMENT supervision over private business, as distinguished from quasi-public business is inevitable in the United States, according to Prof. W.Z. Ripley, of Harvard University. He is quoted by the Christian Science Monitor as declaring before a national conference on trade associations that he based his belief on the “almost revolutionary changes which have occurred in the manner in which private business is organized since the war.”
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Marxian Philosophy Not All Bad?
United States Economist Places Founder of Materialistic Socialism Among Important Contributors to Economic Science.
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JOHN R. COMMONS
KARL MARX, the founder of materialistic socialism, is recognized by economists as one of the three or four greatest minds who have contributed to the progress of economic science, writes John R. Commons in the Atlantic Monthly. Mr. Commons’ article, “Marx To-day:
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Airmen Clash With Army Heads
Would Put United States Air Force Under Control of Flyers — Officials “Criminally Incompetent,” Says Mitchell.
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LAURENCE LA TOURETTE DRIGGS
CONTROVERSY of an acrimonious nature rages between the United States war department and the United States aviators. Investigations have been ordered, and a flying officer, Colonel William Mitchell, has added fresh fuel to the flames by his statement following the Shenandoah disaster that the army as well as the navy department is “criminally incompetent.”
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VACUUM OIL COMPANY
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TALLMAN BRASS & METAL LIMITED
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KOTAL COMPANY
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Depopulation Puzzles Scotsmen
Exodus From Land of the Heather Assuming Alarming Proportions—Wretched Housing Conditions Are Contributing Cause.
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LEWIS SPENCE
IN SCOTLAND a sharp sense of neglect is permeating every class of the community, says Lewis Spence, writing for the Nineteenth Century. In the west there are distressing and degrading social ulcers of a character unknown in England, and Moscow works her will there and spreads her poisonous doctrines.
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The RUBBER ASSOCIATION of CANADA
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The RUBBER ASSOCIATION of CANADA
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON CO., LIMITED
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0070.xml
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0073.xml
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Tallman Brass & Metal, Limited
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0074.xml
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FOX BROTHERS & CO., LTD.
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FOX BROTHERS & CO., LTD.
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0075.xml
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0076.xml
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The Yale & Towne Mfg. Co.
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The Yale & Towne Mfg. Co.
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0077.xml
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0078.xml
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Canadian Kodak Co., Limited
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Canadian Kodak Co., Limited
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0079.xml
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0080.xml
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0082.xml
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0083.xml
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Women and their Work
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Teaching the Young Canadian How to Sing
Even if you can't sing there is no reason why your youngster should be as musically dumb as you are. This article tells why the teaching of music is no longer one of the “fads and frills” of our public school system and shows how music makes keener pupils.
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PANSY ATKINS
DING dong be-11, Pussy’s in the we-11. Who put her i-in . . .” sang a little, chubby-faced girl, as she swung to and fro, up and down, under an old, blossom-laden crab-apple tree, one fine May morning. The tune was either appropriated or “made up” as she confessed, yet her crouched muscles and pointed toes synchronized perfectly with each beat of her song and she sang just as sweetly and with the same simple perfection as her little, feathered rival, pouring his rapturous melody into the air above her.
Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0084.xml
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DOWSWELL, LEES & CO. LTD.
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0085.xml
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ROBINSON & CLEAVER LTD
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ROBINSON & CLEAVER LTD
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0086.xml
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0087.xml
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0088.xml
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0089.xml
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MURPHY & ORR, LTD.
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MURPHY & ORR, LTD.
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0090.xml
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HISCOTT INSTITUTE LIMITED
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HISCOTT INSTITUTE LIMITED
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0091.xml
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Women and their Work
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MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX
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EDWINA SETON
Question—N.S., Reader: Can you tell me of a good Canadian bureau that will undertake to criticise manuscripts for amateur writers? Answer—Donald French, 4 Constance St., Toronto, for a moderate fee will read and give constructive criticism of Mss. submitted to him.
Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0092.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 ROOM IN COLOR
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ANNE ELIZABETH WILSON
THERE have been three lessons taught by the new comprehension of interior decoration as it has progressed during the past ten years. The first is that fundamental wish for simplicity and purity of line; the next, enrichment with color in such possibilities as had never before been dreamed of; and the third, the employment of texture for effect.
Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0097.xml
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S. C. JOHNSON & SON, Ltd.
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0098.xml
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BURGESS BATTERY COMPANY
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0099.xml
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0100.xml
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Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0101.xml
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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What?—Two urchins watching a barber singe a customer’s hair. “Gee,” said one, “he’s huntin’ ’em with a light.” —Doc Gags. Come to the Point—“David, ver are my glasses?” “On your nose, fadder.” “Don’t be so indefinite.”—Columbia Jester.
Maclean's_19260101_0039_001_0102.xml
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