Issue: 19260201

Monday, February 1, 1926
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Northern Electric COMPANY LIMITED
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Northern Electric COMPANY LIMITED
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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YOU will be glad to know that Archie P. McKishnie is returning to the pages of Mac-. Lean's, after a few months’ absence, with several more Lenix Ballister stories, commencing with the February 15 issue. “Archie” has been pretty busy recently handling his correspondence short story course, but he is back at his “fictioneering” again now, in his happiest vein.
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TAX CUT PLAN MUST ULTIMATELY INVOLVE DEBT ADJUSTMENT
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J. HERBERT HODGINS
ONE of the prophetic cartoons which ushered in the New Year, showed 1926 still in his swaddling clothes busily splitting the income tax in two. The scene was not set in Canada, however. It was an American cartoonist applying prophecy to United States conditions—based upon the promise of President Coolidge of a further slash in the income tax of the United States. The United States Government is about to make its third reduction in income taxes in five years.
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FINANCIAL BOOKLETS WORTH CONSULTING
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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 firms. Many 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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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY LIMITED
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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY LIMITED
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ANSWER TO FINANCIAL QUERIES
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Question-—Is stock in the Mortgage Discount and Finance Company a safe investment for a woman? I only have a small amount of savings.—Miss J., St. Catharines, Ont. Answer—The Mortgage Discount and Finance Company is well managed and continues to make progress.
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING CO., LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING CO., LIMITED
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The House of Enchantments
The love borne by the painter, Thomas Lawrence, for Sarah Siddons' daughters veered first toward one and then toward the other, in most amazing fashion, and so love, pathos, tragedy and humor are amazingly intermingled.
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E. BARRINGTON
OF ALL the pictures in the National Gallery, London, there is none of more beauty and distinction than that of the immortal actress, Sarah Siddons. She looks the very great lady she so often played. The noble poise of the head in its curved hat of black with drooping ostrich plumes, the stately throat pillaring the beautiful face all proclaim her Queen of the stage, the Tragic Muse whom Gainsborough chose her to represent in the finest of his portraits.
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THE DOWRY
The struggle between youth and authority — the clash between love and parental desire—is fought over a fresh battlefield in this vividly human story of life among the new Canadians of the prairies.
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ANNA KURYLA BYCHINSKY
"NU, OLD man, already are you asleep?" called Paraska to her husband as she untied a gorgeously rose-bordered cashmere shawl knotted under the hollow of her sagging chin, removed it from her smoothly combed gray head, and caressingly placed it with her festive attire in the dresser drawer.
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Journalism's Dean Re-enters House
One of the hottest battles of the recent Federal election was that which ended in the triumph of R. S. White, in Mount Royal. They said the veteran editor of the Montreal Gazette was too old—he entered the House in I888 and had “retired” from politics for a third of a century—but that was before the election. Now he’s educating the younger politicians.
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NAPIER MOORE
WHEN, in the prologue to the general election of October, 1925, the Conservatives of the constituency of Mount Royal (Montreal Island) chose as their candidate R. S. White, the Liberal committee of that division developed a platform chortle.
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A Flip of the Hand
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JAMES HOPPER
IF YOU will think on it but a little—and it is much better not to do so—you will perceive that, at any moment in your life, all of the life that follows depends on what you do at the moment. What you do at the moment need not be something which seems of any importance.
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A Black Eye for Sectionalism
Is it possible for East to meet West on the common ground of Canadianismf “Yes,” said the enthusiasts who met at Winnipeg in November and prepared to launch a Dominionwide federation of Boards of Trade. “Yes,” echoes this article which describes the new and significant currents that are surging through the Canadian business world.
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W. A. IRWIN
WHY not take it, Gundy? Don't you want it?" The speaker was one of two Toronto business men who sat in one of the rooms on the topmost floor of the Royal Bank building of that city. The year 1924 was drawing to a close and they were discussing the filling of the presidency of the Tor onto Board of Trade for the twelve months to come.
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IT'S ALL BUNK
Even taking the uniform into account it was scarcely surprising that the family refused to get excited about Jack. Families can be so annoying. But Dorrie was an enterprising little lady—“inclined to be baby-dollish, only with more character—naturally.”
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DOROTHY FAIRWEATHER
JEAN is my very best friend, chiefly because her family have always known mine, and also because we have many ideas in common—especially concerning the opposite sex. That was what really caused all the trouble. The tragedy which has so cruelly blighted my young life started all unsuspectingly one lovely evening in spring.
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The Making of a Railway Man
Disclosure of how Sir George Bury saved his reputation and completed the Rogers Pass tunnel by flying in the face of the advice of the best engineers on the continent, and his own account of his sudden resignation from the C.P.R. when E. W. Beatty became president are two of the dramatic titbits of this, the concluding instalment of his memoirs.
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SIR GEORGE BURY
NOW—it was late in 1911—I was the vice-president and in complete charge of the company’s lines in the West and was responsible for operating the lines, recommending a policy for the company, and making the railway popular with the people.
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THE GOLDEN SCARAB
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HERBERT HOPKINS MOORHOUSE
DONOVAN greeted them with evident relief. His recent promotion to Detective-Lieutenant had been won solely upon merit and he took his work seriously; hence he had found this futile hour at Westchester a poor beginning for the day and therefore irksome.
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Anything May Happen at Ottawa
What manner of men are those who fought the hectic fight of the first six days of Canada' s Fifteenth Parliament? Are there new prophets among the I2I members who were not in the last House? What of the old prophets returned from the wilderness? Such are the questions which Grattan O'Leary answers with refreshing candor in this article.
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M. GRATTAN O’LEARY
THE new House of Commons differs vastly from the old. Long familiar figures missing from the Treasury benches; old actors who long dominated the scene gone; a few faces of pre-war Parliaments returned; the ranks of Liberals and Progressives thinned; Mr.
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The cream of the world's magazine literature. A senes 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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Super-Trust Is Sign of New Era
Mere Horizontal Combines Dwarfed Into Insignificance—Modern Prototype a Huge Organization of Many Ramifications.
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EVANS CLARK
THE “super-trust” is the latest in industrial circles on this continent. Compared with it and its operations the trust as we knew it in the old days was a mere, single-barreled, muzzle-loading affair beside an automatic, rapid-firing machine gun type of activity.
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Abolish War or Be Abolished!
Writer Fears War Will Become So Relentless as to Destroy Civilization—“Limitedl” War a Pathetic Delusion.
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J. L. GARVIN
WAR, says J. L. Garvin, writing for the Sunday Observer (London), is a dreadful necessity at times. Furthermore, he insists that “the idea of war as a limited liability is the most pathetic of human delusions.” If the world is to have war at all it must have it at its worst, and cannot have it otherwise.
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Is Parliament In Its Dotage?
“Words, words, nothing but words—and so often ungrammatical!”
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SIR PHILIP GIBBS
PARLIAMENTARY government has been through the most severe tests in its history in the past few years. In every democratic country it has had its persistent critics and there has been a tendency to condemn it as a failure and a futility. But if we were to do away with parliamentary government, what are we to accept in its place—Fascism or Bolshevism? Most people will agree with Sir Philip Gibbs that parliamentary government such as Britain’s and our own is the least of the evils.
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Wit,Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J.L.R
Reprehensible Waste-—No woman who shoots her husband is doing her full share towards conserving our wild life. —Truro Citizen-Sun. The Better Way—When a man is mad, he cusses. When a woman is mad, she cries. Cussing don’t get a man much. —Montreal Herald,.
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World Is Mad Says Novelist
Younger generation scraps re ligion to wallowin sensual enjoyment
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HAROLD BEGBIE
GK. CHESTERTON, the English novelist, finds the manners of his time and country rather drab—and rather annoying. Mr. Chesterton plainly does not like the attitude taken by the rising generation toward life in general. In a recent interview with Harold Begbie, who writes for the Sunday Observer (London), he complains of “the muddle-headedness of stupid people,” and Mr.
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Mussolini Tells How He Did It
“The Discipline From Top to Bottom Must Be Substantial, Religious and Absolute—Liberalism Disintegrating.
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BENITO MUSSOLINI
ALL opposition to Fascism has been effectually and effectively put out of commission, in Italy, at least, if we are to believe Benito Mussolini, Italian Fascisist premier of that country, who, in a special article in the Sunday Times (London), tells us, in part:-— This is the third year of the Fascist revolution-—the year during which it has taken a formidable leap forward.
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Cultural Bureau Is Organized
International Institute of Intellectual Co-operation Established at Paris—Designed as Instrument for Fostering World Peace.
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SISLEY HUDDLESTON
AT THE beginning of November there was opened in Paris, France, an institution of an international character which is doubtless destined to play a most useful and important part in the direction of the world’s affairs, writes Sisley Huddleston in the Christian Science Monitor.
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Australia Occupies New Capital
Melbourne Mourning at Thought of Canberra Becoming Seat of Government—Site of Young City of Great Beauty.
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SIR PERCIVAL PHILLIPS
DURING the present year the capital of Australia is to be removed from its historic site in Melbourne to the village of Canberra. There is much in connection with this change that is similar to the sentiment that existed in Canada when the Dominion’s seat of government was placed at little known Bytown which later became the Ottawa of to-day.
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Will Polish Corridor Cause War?
Well Known Journalist Evinces Concern Over Germany’s Desire to Regain Control Over Poland’s Road to Baltic.
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FREDERICK PALMER
THE seat of the next European war will be in the Polish Corridor, in the opinion of Frederick Palmer, writing for Harper's Monthly. It will be recalled that the Peace Conference of 1919 gave Poland access to open water by running a strip of Polish territory—called the Polish Corridor—through Prussia to the Baltic Sea.
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Wage Question of Vital Import
Grievances of Labor Must Be Removed Before Industrial Peace Can Be Realized—Community Welfare Paramount.
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B. SEEBOHM ROWNTREE
“IF WE desire industrial peace,” writes S. Seebohm Rowntree in his book, The Human Factor in Business, “if we wish men to get on with "their work whole-heartedly, instead of devoting sixty per cent, of their time to doing their work and forty per cent, to ‘doing’ their boss, their real grievances must be removed.
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Royal Bank Completes Most Successful Year
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PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS
Sir Herbert,, Holt, President, in his address, said in part: “Turning to conditions in Canada, we can see in different quarters encouraging indications of improvement. The usual statistics which reflect the volume of business, indicate a tendency to expansion.
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Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0076.xml
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Women and their Work
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Valentine Plans and Parties for Old and Young
Second only to Christmas, St. Valentine’s Day is the children’s festival. It is the day of children s parties and she is a wise mother who, knows how to encourage the children to entertain themselves. They love to make things, to do things—themselves. Here are some hints from other mothers and a teacher who have learned the secret.
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INA WINIFRED COLWELL
EVEN before the calendar announces that February is with us once again, scores of children, the world over, are making preparations for St. Valentine’s day. Bright pieces of carefully-saved paper, gay pictures clipped from magazines, paste pot and scissors tax the ingenuity of the childish brain to produce something quite new in the way of valentines.
Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0077.xml
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Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0078.xml
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Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0079.xml
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Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0080.xml
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Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0081.xml
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Women and their Work
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MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX
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NOTE: When a personal reply is asked for, a stamped, self addressed envelope must be enclosed. No notice will be taken of anonymous communications. Writers must sign their names, not for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Information about educational institutions and business places is confined to Canadian ones.
Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0082.xml
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Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0083.xml
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Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0084.xml
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Art and Decoration for Town and country Homes
The Properly Appointed Desk
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ANNE ELIZABETH WILSON
THERE was once a house in which I was a guest where an exquisitely con ceived sun-room was provided with a spotless little desk. It was all so exquisite and immaculate that I felt afraid to soil it with the inevitable ink-spots of writing! Yes, the rose blotter was too precious an object to connect with the comfortable business of settling down, thinking and scribbling luxuriously on a piece of paper which might with impunity be turned upside down to blot its characters on a pad expressly provided for utility.
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Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0086.xml
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Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0087.xml
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Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0088.xml
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Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0089.xml
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Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0090.xml
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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The Difference—“Motor cars make uslazy,”_said the lecturer. “Not if we’re pedestrians,” added a student.—Life. The Idea!—He: “Didn't I see you taking a tramp through the woods yesterday?” She: “The idea! That was my father.” —Brockville Recorder and Times.
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Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0092.xml
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Maclean's_19260201_0039_003_0093.xml