Issue: 19260615

Tuesday, June 15, 1926
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MACLEAN'S
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
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ACHIEVEMENT
Marching with the crowd—not leading the van as one time he had imagined he would. Was that failure? Despite the heartiness of his brigadier classmate’s greeting, Harkness could not down that inner question — not until it was answered by those who had eyes to see.
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JOSEPH LISTER RUTLEDGE
HARKNESS’S first impression was of a strange stillness. Always before there had been a steady rumble that throbbed through the building like a beating heart. But that heart was quiet now, and only a distant growl from without broke the oppressive silence.
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More Revelations at Ottawa
Thanks to the inquisitorial activities of the Special Customs Inquiry Committee of the House of Commons, the Capital, of late, has become more or less inured to revelations, but the sequel to the notorious exploits of the barge “Tremblay,” as here recorded, is so astounding as to cause even the most blasé to pause and take thought.
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GRATTAN O’LEARY
PROCEEDINGS in Parliament continue to be dwarfed by revelations in the Customs Committee. Hardly a day passes without some disclosure of how the Government was defrauded, of amazing exploits by smugglers; of official incapacity or recreancy, or worse; of hundreds of thousands of dollars being lost to the treasury of Canada.
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On and Off With the Bronco Busters
Out in Calgary, Edmonton, New Westminster and other western Canadian cities they take their stampedes as seriously as the eastern fan takes his rugby or hockey. Each summer scores of thousands of spectators pay out good money to watch the unending battle for supremacy between cowboy bronco busters and the bucking broncos of the plains.
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FRED KENNEDY
"TURN ’im out, cowboy! Let’s go!” A roar of encouragement from the crowded grandstand of stampede patrons, reached the cowboy as he threw a bechapped leg over the top of the corral. He waved his hat in acknowledgment. In the chute a big black horse stood quietly, the sun glinting on his glossy coat.
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GLIMPSES OF THE SUN
One dollar and his aunt’s old Bible: not a legacy that most men would welcome, and yet texts, a girl, and a reasonable amount of common sense, both masculine and feminine, worked wonders in the case of Richard Mason.
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ROYAL BROWN
EXPOSURE to that curious emotional influenza known as love is constant, one can catch the germ anywhere, yet. though a love story may end with a funeral, as did that of Romeo and Juliet, one seldom begins so. It is presumably a matter of taste.
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Is Lacrosse What it Used to Be?
To the question which heads this article on Canada's national game Mr. Jacob answers an emphatic “Yes — even better than it used to be.” In his opinion the real handicap of lacrosse is the tradition-monger.
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FRED JACOB
WHENEVER a man who plays or admires Canada’s national game hears the assertion, “Lacrosse is coming back,” he feels intensely irritated. An outsider might think his attitude a trifle illogical, as there is a certain amount of optimism in that statement.
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OUT OF THE OOZE
Which is the stronger, intelligence or brute force? As with most of us, that was merely an academic question with Thane until he had to stake life itself on an answer.
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ASHLEY AUSTIN
THE Royal Mail steamer Abyssinia, Bombay for Ph ladelphia via Cape Town, raced through the jewel-studded darkness of an Indian Ocean night. The crews of gliding native dhows murmured male-dictions in crooning Arabic as the tall hull, pricked out in long lines of lighted ports, fled past, the dinner music of her band wafting back over the swinging water, and left them dipping in the heavy wash.
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BUTTER MONEY
When Annie Blair realized that her butter money was about to melt in the hands of an unwelcome visitor to Richvale, the end of what was planned to be a perfect day came with dramatic suddenness.
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R. E. BREACH
THE Richvale Ladies’ Curling Club were giving a Hard Times Dance in the town hall, to raise money to pay off certain indebtednesses incurred during the winter in entertaining rival organizations from neighboring towns. Garish handbills hung in every store window, giving details of the entertainment, and ending with this solemn warning, addressed to all persons who might be interested, as to rigid conventions of dress: White Collars Barred Safety Pins Welcome Dudes will be Fined.
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Personalities Under Studio Lights
Readers of MacLean's who caught an intriguing glimpse of a portrait painter's varied experience through Mr. Forster's series of studio reminiscences, published last year, will welcome this further contribution from the famous Canadian artist. His insight into the character of his sitters is as penetrating as his comment is sparkling.
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J. W. L. FORSTER
IT IS not so much the revealing light upon the physical features of my clients as it is stories from awakened memories that invite curious feet across the threshold of this article. The quiet intimacy of the studio touches a chord, and a half-forgotten incident is told; often a story concerning dramatic and important issues.
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THE PARIAH DOG
This is the second and concluding instalment of Norman Reilly Raine’s gripping story of adventure and intrigue on the Sudanese desert. We left Captain Elliott alone in the mad swirl of the sandstorm which followed the defeat of his column at Jebel Salmi. Here we find him striving desperately to salvage his honor from the wreckage of that disaster.
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Norman Reilly Raine
AS LIFE drains from the cheek of a dying man, leaving it grey and ashen, so passed the sand-storm from the face of the desert. The drifted sand lay in an unbroken sheet, save where the bodies of the fallen raised nubbles on the smooth expanse. Silence reigned, and utter solitude.
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NOBILITY OF THE LAND
It took an Alberta ranch and a coolly rebellious husband to convince Mrs. McGinnis, née Maggie, that your real blue-blooded aristocrat can be as human as a grocery clerk.
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E. L. CHICANOT
"WE’RE going to Alberta this summer.” Mrs. McGinnis’ brief observation bridged the space between the grapefruit and the cereal. The family was quite accustomed to having its destinies shaped for it. Roger McGinnis, with that degree of ennui proper to modern twenty-three, merely scowled.
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Packard
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REVIEW OF REVIEWS
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.
Do Men Wear Freak Clothes?
Mere Male, and Not His Consort, the Blushing Violet-Modern Trousers His Crowning Imbecility
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RAMSAY TRAQUAIR.
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To Bind Empire by Air Routes
British Air Secretary Promises Air Service Between London and Calcutta and London and Cape Town.
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SIR SAMUEL HOARE
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Articles in This Department
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REVIEW OF REVIEWS
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YOUR POWDER WON’T “Show”
when you use a scientifically blended shade of Pompeian Beauty Powder to match your skin
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MADAME JEANNETTE
A SOFT, delicate texture—a lovely satiny face—yet not a sign of powder. What is the secret of her alluring complexion? Does she use powder? She does, but a shade that matches so perfectly the tone of her skin that she secures the good effects of powder without seeming to use it.
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REVIEW OF REVIEWS
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Says Dyarchy India’s Need
Indian Ministers Being Trained in Science of Politics
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LORD MESTON.
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J∙L∙R
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REVIEW OF REVIEWS
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Who Spells Our Words?
Is it to be Away With the Old or Hands Off Milton and Shakespeare?
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REVIEW OF REVIEWS
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Says Women Do Not Joy Ride
Hand That Rocks Cradle Steady at Steering Wheel—Women Blamed for Only 5.3 Per Cent. of Motor Accidents.
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British Fleet Needs New Base
Modern Battleships Can Cruise Only 3,500 Miles Without Docking—Proposed Singapore Base No Menace to Japan.
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HECTOR C. BYWATER.
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REVIEW OF REVIEWS
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Chemists to Make Food and Fuel
Population Growing Faster Than Food Supplies—Substitute for Gasoline Ready When Needed.
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JAMES F. NORRIS.
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Ireland Plans to Control Liquor
One Saloon to Every 230 People Now—Licenses to be Fewer and Hours of Sale Shorter in Free State.
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JOHN J. HORGAN.
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REVIEW OF REVIEWS
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Who Owns Modern Industry?
Corporations Swallowing Business and Small Investor is Swallowing the Corporation—Ownership Passing to New Hands.
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JOHN T. FLYNN.
A VERY important American business man was addressing a group of young men. He bade them strike out for themselves at the first favorable moment. “Go into business on your own account, however small,” he said. “Learn to earn and eat the bread of independence.”
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Rock Island
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VIROL
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KELLOGG
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CHRYSLER “70”
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CHRYSLER “70”
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Women and their Work
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WARM DINNERS FOR HOT WEATHER EVENINGS
Here is a wide range of menus for warm dinners which may be prepared in the morning, thus relieving the housewife of exhausting summer afternoons spent in a hot kitchen.
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ESTELLE CARTER MACPHERSON
EVERY woman who does her own cooking, dreads the discomfort of preparing a hot meal in the summertime. Yet she feels that her husband expects one, at least on some of the days of the week. To help solve this problem I am passing on some menus I have worked out, which can be prepared and cooked, or partially cooked, in the morning, for serving at night.
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HEINZ
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HEINZ
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Women and their Work
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MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX
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EDWINA SETON
Question—Mrs. C.G.D.: Do you know of any firm in Canada or the United States that would purchase or give orders for dolls’ dresses, hand made and removable? Answer—As you enclosed a stamped, self-addressed envelope, I have sent you the names of two firms in Canada that manufacture dolls.
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GOURAUD'S
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GOURAUD'S
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DODGE BROTHERS
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DODGE BROTHERS
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The Home Beautiful
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JUST BEFORE THE WEDDING
Perhaps no less exacting than the wedding itself are those preliminary entertainments which herald the glad event.
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ANNE ELIZABETH WILSON
ORIGINALITY—that is the problem of the modern hostess—and yet she must, in all entertaining, outside the family circle, still retain that formality which gives every dinner a touch of ceremony, every luncheon the impress of finesse and perfect appointment.
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AMERICAN STOVE
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AMERICAN STOVE
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S. C. JOHNSON
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S. C. JOHNSON
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Spencerians
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Spencerians
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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FATE OF YEAR’S BUSINESS IS MATERIALLY DEPENDENT ON SUCCESS OF GRAIN CROP
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J. HERBERT HODGINS
STEP off the train into any Western community at this season and I venture to say—if the sun is smiling— that you will first be hailed with that phrase most of all welcome to Western Canadians “Great Day for the Crops!” Yes, they are talking crops “out West” these days.
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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ANSWERS TO FINANCIAL QUERIES
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Maclean's_19260615_0039_012_0085.xml
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Safe Place—“Yes, I heard a noise and got up, and there under the bed I saw a man’s leg.” “Good heavens! The burglar’s?” “No; my husband’s. He had heard the noise, too.”—Happy Mag. Subtle—“A little bird told me what kind of a lawyer your father was.”
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Maclean's_19260615_0039_012_0088.xml
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In The Editor's Confidence
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A MOMENT before I began to write this I was snatched off the Malahat Drive while on my way up Vancouver Island. I had reached that point via Old Acadia, Prince Edward Island, picturesque Quebec, the Ontario of rushing waters, Lake of the Woods, Watrous, Jasper Park, Lake Louise, Stanley Park and Victoria of the Roses.
Maclean's_19260615_0039_012_0089.xml
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Maclean's_19260615_0039_012_0091.xml
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