Issue: 19261001

Friday, October 1, 1926
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MACLEAN'S
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THE PALMOLIVE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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THE PALMOLIVE COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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QUEBEC Lewis-Brown, Ltd.
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QUEBEC Lewis-Brown, Ltd.
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The Fleischmann Company
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The Fleischmann Company
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MACLEAN'S
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THE WIND-SHIP MAN
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NORMAN REILLY RAINE
I KNEW him for a wind-ship man the moment he stepped over the fo'castle door coaming into the sunlight, for his first glance was aloft, then over the side at the weather. They’ll do that, those old shellbacks, even though they are on a tramp steamer like the Tanganyika.
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THE UNLETTERED TWINS
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ETHEL M. RADBOURNE
KENTON heard of old Thomas Durgin's death with the feeling that a thread had snapped. Something in the texture of life was missing. The lost thread had been manyhued. Humor; a shrewd brain; a certain dexterity in sifting the chaff of life from the wheat—that was Durgin in essence.
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BY OVERLAND EXPRESS
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MARY MARKWELL
THE past halfcentury has brought many changes in transportation methods in the western prairie-land. It is a far cry from the day of Peokus, typical Indian tracker of the Hudson’s Bay Company, to the tour of the flying - machine, but Peokus the Tracker holds first place in prairie transportation annals, for he it was who had to tighten his belt against hunger while harnessed to a York boat beating its way against adverse conditions of time and tide.
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8,9,62,63
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MY FRIEND, JEAN BAPTISTE
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GEORGE PEARSON
THE editor of MacLean's Magazine, in asking for these articles on Quebec, said in a letter: “Elsewhere in Canada there has existed suspicion against Quebec and the French-Canadian. That suspicion, I think, arises from the fact that the people of the other provinces know very little about French-Canada.
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The Ronalds Beat the Dutch
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NORMA PHILLIPS MUIR
"CAN'T see why you don't take in some side trips in England, or run up to Scotland instead of crossing that deadly channel I’m busy,” growled Peter. “You’ve been there, Peter, that’s why it doesn’t mean anything you,” I told him patiently. “If don’t want to come just give me money and a cable code and let go. I want to see Paris and I’m 'coming back across the channel I’ve seen Ostend and Brussels had a wallop at Holland.
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PROSPECTOR’S LUCK
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LLOYD MOORE
IF YOU are at all interested in the development of Canada's fabulous mineral wealth you are bound to find yourself bringing Rouyn Township into your conversation some time or other. And if you are talking to a man who is intimate with the history of the discoveries made in that territory, he is quite likely to tell you the “Ike” Waite’s luck.
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14,15,16,65,66,68
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SEEKER OF FORTUNE
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BENGE ATLEE
ON THAT early June afternoon of 1708 the wind that blew from the south up the broad harbor bore languor and the restless longings of romance to Port Royal’s youth. But to one, also, who, having arrived that morning from France, could hardly as yet be called a youth of Port Royal.
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17,18,52,55,56,58
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The Drama According to Marks
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JAMES A. COWAN
GEORGE WHITE, who used to sell newspapers in Toronto, but is now one of Broadway's noted figures, set out, a few months ago, to produce a new stage spectacle. He spent a fortune. He hired a battalion of beautiful girls. He gave orders for the construction of a couple of carloads of scenic effects and the painting of half an acre of back-drops.
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Grain
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ROBERT STEAD
CAL'S arrival proved to be but the beginning of changes on the Stake farm. Cal had a perfect mania for changes. After his day’s work was done in the fields, and he should have been content to rest and smoke, he was busy piling up the firewood that lay in a heap in front of the house, hauling gravel to fill mud holes in the yard, straightening into neat rows the farm implements and vehicles.
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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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Will U. S. Have to Save Europe?
Uncle Sam Must Recognize Necessity of Cancelling War Debts, Says Journalist—America Alone Can Avert European Collapse.
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FRANK H. SIMMONDS
OUT of the cloud of confused speculation, of shoulder-shrugging cynicism of shifty evasion which the war debt controversy has gathered in the United States, emerges one writer, who definitely has made up his mind about the business and is not afraid to speak it.
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Says Sea Bathing Modern Sport
Dip in the Briny Once Thought Cure for Hydrophobia—Dieppe was Startled by French Aristocrat’s Ceremonious Ablutions.
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EDMUND D’AUVERGNE
OUR neighbors to the south are fond of asserting that the United States first taught a dingy world the true inwardness of the word “bath.” Certain it is that the last century has witnessed an amazing broadening in the conception of what constitutes real cleanliness.
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THE KNECHTEL FURNITURE COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE KNECHTEL FURNITURE COMPANY, LIMITED
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON CO., LIMITED
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON CO., LIMITED
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Fears Cockney Accent Spreading
Noted English Writer Claims all British Now Talk Like Londoners—Wonders What Broadcasting Will do to Speech.
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ST. JOHN ERVINE
THAT very entertaining writer and fine dramatist, St. John Ervine, has some very hard things to say about what he terms “the cockney accent” in an article on standardized speech which recently he wrote for the Daily Mail. He asserts that this curious inflection of dialect is not noticeable for its coy toyings with aspirates, as most of us ignorantly have believed, but is chiefly remarkable for a flattening of the vowels, an elision of r’s and a habit of clenching the teeth when speaking.
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Sun Is Blamed for Bad Weather
Definite Proof Claimed for Theory That Solar Orb’s Heat Varies —Weather’s Vagaries May be Solved.
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
MOODS of the sun are responsible for our weather, good or bad, hot or cold. Earth's atmosphere changes only with the changes that take place in the radiation from the centre of the solar system. Tnerefore, in the opinion of Dr. Charles G. Abbot, of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, scientific means of measuring the heat of the sun, now being perfected, will go a long way toward making long-range weather forecasting more accurate.
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The Pelman Institute
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The Pelman Institute
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Premier Vacuum Cleaner Co., Limited
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Premier Vacuum Cleaner Co., Limited
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Mr. Insull’s Little Insults
Public Utilities Operator Backs Candidates of Both Parties With Funds—Fortune Expended in Fostering U. S. Politicians.
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THE OUTLOOK
AS A contributor to political campaign funds, Samuel Insull, of Illinois, has earned a championship title, according to the Outlook, whose comment On the findings of the United States Senate Select Committee would indicate that Mr. Insull was lavish in his distribution of funds to both the Democratic and Republican parties.
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New Thrills on Alpine Track
Racers in Tyrol Climb 3,000Feet in One Spurt—An Unsteady Hand Means Sudden Drop Over Precipitous Cliff.
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NEW YORK TIMES
IN HIS pursuit of thrills one would think that the auto-racer who has sped over Florida beaches at 200 miles an hour, taken hairpin turns on one wheel in the course of Long Island road races and turned somersaults while entertaining the morbid on half-mile dirt tracks would, by now have almost been exhausted.
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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Motor Crashes Still Increasing
More Pedestrians Injured by Automobiles in U. S. Than Ever Before.
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THE NEW REPUBLIC
REVIEWING in casualties through the enormous automobile increase accidents, a writer in the New Republic believes that “much of the present waste of life is inevitable and will continue no matter what preventive measures are taken.” Yet, he adds, there is no doubt that the present situation is capable of much improvement, and he stresses the need for standardization of traffic regulations all over the country.
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J.L.R
Disillusionment—Growing old is just a slow process of shedding enthusiasm.—St. John Times-Star. Sadly True—Sometimes a girl’s ideal is shattered, but of tener he is just plain broke.—Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph. Their Limitation—Sheik stuff makes courtship thrilling, but sheiks let their wives carry in the coal.—Regina Leader.
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Not Awed by Queen Mother
Edward VII Penned Spirited Reply to Victoria’s Reproving Letter.
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LITERARY DIGEST
THE Literary Digest quotes interestingly from “The Letters of Queen Victoria 1862-78” to afford a glimpse of the beloved little autocrat lecturing her son, King Edward the Seventh, anent the evil of overmuch attendance at famous race meetings.
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Canadian General Electric Company
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Canadian General Electric Company
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HOOVER
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HOOVER
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Bolshie Film Moves Germans
"Potemkin” Preaches Overthrow of Authority—Acting and Production Provide Continual Thrill.
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SIR ROBERT DONALD
BAFFLED in the matter of sending paid agents to preach the gospel of Bolshevism in other nations where the Red Terror does not hold sway, the Russian Soviets have seized upon the motion picture as an insidious institution for spreading their particular type of propaganda.
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We May 'Plane Atlantic Soon!
E. R. Armstrong Would Establish Floating Seadromes on Atlantic —Twenty Voyages a Day Planned.
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
AN AIRPLANE service between England and United States with artificial floating islands, equipped with hotels and hangars for the conveniience of planes and passengers, is the scheme announced by Edward R. Armstrong, chief of the mechanical development division of the E. I. Du Pont de Nemours Company, according to a Philadelphia correspondent of the Christian Science Monitor.
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GRUEN WATCH MAKERS GUILD
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GRUEN WATCH MAKERS GUILD
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Strathroy Furniture Company, Limited
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Strathroy Furniture Company, Limited
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W. J. GAGE & CO., LIMITED
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W. J. GAGE & CO., LIMITED
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Earl Dons Humble Belt
England’s Aristocracy Entering Scotland Yard by Back Door.
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DIANA BOURBON
HARDLY a visitor to historic old London but has commented favorably on the politeness and efficiency of the great city’s “bobby.” If reports should come to hand of some chivalrous copper doffing his short blue cloak and placing it over a patch of the Strand undergoing repair, in order that some fair one might not soil her silken hose, let us not be too greatly surprised!
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GENERAL MOTORS of CANADA, LIMITED
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GENERAL MOTORS of CANADA, LIMITED
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FULLER BRUSH COMPANY, LTD.
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FULLER BRUSH COMPANY, LTD.
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Be It Ever So Lonely . . .
Descendants of Men Who Populated Romantic Isles Loth to Leave Lonely Homes—Pitcairn Islanders Twice Resist Removal.
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LONDON OBSERVER
THE pages of picturesque fiction fairly teem with pictures of the marooning of helpless captives by bloodthirsty buccaneers, of shipwreck victims who have supported life when washed upon uninhabited islands, of would-be potentates who have taken possession of rocks in the sea, far remote from the lanes of travel.
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English Play for Love of Game
Writer Defines True Spirit of Amateurism — Thinks England Still Leads in Realm of Pure Sport.
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THE NEW STATESMAN
WHAT is sport? And in sport where is the fine line to be drawn between what is known as amateur and professional sport? On this side of the Atlantic we have been wont to classify as an amateur sportsman the athlete who goes into the game for glory or the pleasure he gets out of it, and as professional the one who plays for money.
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THE PEPSODENT COMPANY
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THE PEPSODENT COMPANY
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The Odorono Company
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The Odorono Company
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Would Raze London Churches
Forty-seven Edifices in One Square Mile, Bishop Points Out— Expense of Maintenance Great Burden on Impoverished See.
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NEW YORK TIMES
LOVERS of Dickens will recall countless references of the great novelist to churches in the City of London which in his day, even, appeared to exist solely for the benefit of the persons who were paid to look after them. It is not surprising, then, to learn a measure is before the British parliament which provides for the demolition of nineteen of the old edifices.
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Hindu Claims All Life One
Proves That Plants Have Emotions—Startles Fellow Scientists With Ocular Demonstration of Plant’s Heart-beat.
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FRANCIS YEATS-BROWN
OUT of the mystic East has come, once again, a worker of miracles. This thaumaturgist, however, does not specialize in disappearances into the ether or fascinating conjuring tricks involving a small boy, a wicker basket and an ugly looking sword.
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KELVINATOR OF CANADA, LIMITED
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KELVINATOR OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Didn’t Wear Correct Togs
Japanese Prime Minister Censured for Practising Archery in Informal Costume.
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HUGH J. SCHUCK
THE of a Englishman certain amount has been of good-natured the subject raillery because of his insistence that every sport demands a costume of scrupulously standardized fashion. Now we learn, from Hugh J. Schuck of the New York Times, that the Japanese prime minister, Reijiro Wakatsuki, has brought down upon his august head a storm of criticism by permitting himself to be photographed while practising archery in the Japanese conventional undress of cotton kimono and wooden clogs.
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Scott & McHale Limited
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Scott & McHale Limited
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Delves for Movie Plots
Reader for Movies Devours All Kinds of Fiction Material.
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RUTH SAPIN
WHENEVER the subject of the moving pictures is under discussion the comment is about the same. It is freely admitted that the photography shown in the cinema is excellent; that the directors who are responsible for our movie entertainment present us with Ossia on Pelion of wonders; that, once in a while, the celluloid theatre exhibits an example of something like fine acting—But, why, oh why, don’t the movie people get hold of good stories? The confessions of a woman whose business it is to read endless works of fiction with an eye to their suitability for screen treatment is, therefore, interesting.
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Canadian Kodak Co., Limited
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Canadian Kodak Co., Limited
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HISCOTT INSTITUTE, LIMITED
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HISCOTT INSTITUTE, LIMITED
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lce-O-Matic Refrigeration Company, Limited
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Grape Nuts
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CANADIAN WESTINGHOUSE COMPANY
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CANADIAN WESTINGHOUSE COMPANY
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W. T. Pember Stores, Limited
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NONSUCH MFG. CO., LIMITED
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NONSUCH MFG. CO., LIMITED
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TOM WARD, Ltd.
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TOM WARD, Ltd.
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The Dr. A. W. Chase Medicine Co., Limited
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The Dr. A. W. Chase Medicine Co., Limited
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0071.xml
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BLONDEX
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BLONDEX
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0073.xml
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FADA RADIO LIMITED
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FADA RADIO LIMITED
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0080.xml
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MACLEAN’S
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0083.xml
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W. B. M. Co.
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W. B. M. Co.
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0084.xml
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MOORE PUSH-PIN CO.
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MOORE PUSH-PIN CO.
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0085.xml
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0086.xml
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THE PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN COMPANY, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0087.xml
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0090.xml
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CHANNELL LIMITED
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CHANNELL LIMITED
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0091.xml
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HUPMOBILC
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HUPMOBILC
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0092.xml
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CHAMPION SPARK PLUG COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD
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CHAMPION SPARK PLUG COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0093.xml
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0094.xml
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LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED
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LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0095.xml
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Baldwin International Radio of Canada, Ltd
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Baldwin International Radio of Canada, Ltd
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0096.xml
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HAROLD F. RITCHIE & CO. Limited
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HAROLD F. RITCHIE & CO. Limited
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0097.xml
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Colman-Keen (Canada) Limited
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Colman-Keen (Canada) Limited
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0098.xml
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Lambert Pharmacal Company
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Lambert Pharmacal Company
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0099.xml
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THE Low & Brothers Co. LIMITED
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THE Low & Brothers Co. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0100.xml
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OPPENHEIMER BROS. LTD
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OPPENHEIMER BROS. LTD
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0101.xml
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MENZIES & COMPANY, LTD
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MENZIES & COMPANY, LTD
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0102.xml
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CELLUCOTTON PRODUCTS CO., Limited
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CELLUCOTTON PRODUCTS CO., Limited
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0103.xml
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BURNDEPT OF CANADA, Ltd
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BURNDEPT OF CANADA, Ltd
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0104.xml
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Women and their Work
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MAKING A BUSINESS OF GOOD TASTE
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GERTRUDE PRINGLE
WE CANADIANS are a hard-headed, practical people. We've got a big job on hand and we know it. Not for us are the fal-lals and fancies of older and more leisurely countries. We haven’t got time to bother much about art and artists—and as for this interior decorating business—Well! Yet a hardworking, ambitious worker in this difficult field has grown up in our midst, received her first experience in this country, where one would think it would be hard to find, and finally achieved such an outstanding reputation that this summer she was invited to address the Guild of Decorative Art in London, the first time any Canadian has been so honored.
Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0105.xml
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0106.xml
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Lymans, Ltd.
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Lymans, Ltd.
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Women and their Work
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SANDWICHES THAT ARE DIFFERENT
Suggestions for the hostess who is seeking an answer to the eternal “Where can I find something new?
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SYBIL GAYFORD RHIND
WHEN entertaining friends for afternoon tea, or in the evening, sandwiches usually are the main standby. It is difficult to get away from the everyday kind plus the usual serving of cake and ice-cream. The following sandwiches are quite novel.
Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0108.xml
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0109.xml
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Stevens-Hepner Company, Limited
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Stevens-Hepner Company, Limited
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0110.xml
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The Borden Co. Limited
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The Borden Co. Limited
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0111.xml
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Chase & Sanborn's
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Chase & Sanborn's
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Women and their Work
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MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX
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EDWINA SETON
NOTH: 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_19261001_0039_019_0114.xml
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0115.xml
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KROEHLER
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KROEHLER
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0116.xml
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The Home Beautiful
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DISGUISING THE UNSIGHTLY NECESSITIES
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ANNE ELIZABETH WILSON
IN EVERY home there are articles of furniture, fixtures and utility corners which are absolutely necessary to the comfort of the household, but aesthetically unprepossessing. In this class fall the radiator, the sewing-machine, open cupboards, “lay away” boxes, or any object of unbeautiful usefulness which the routine of home life demands.
Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0117.xml
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SILVO
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SILVO
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0118.xml
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0119.xml
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INGERSOLL WATCH CO. Inc.
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INGERSOLL WATCH CO. Inc.
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0120.xml
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MALCOLM & HILL, LIMITED
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MALCOLM & HILL, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0121.xml
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The Yale & Towne Manufacturing Co.
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The Yale & Towne Manufacturing Co.
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0122.xml
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The Home Beautiful
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THE FIREPLACE UNIQUE
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NANCY DARNELL
WE HAVE come to regard, perhaps too conventionally, the making of a fireplace. Nowhere may originality and a little modernizing of precedent be more effectively applied. Particularly in interiors of Spanish design, a charming fireplace may be evolved from stucco, with a sparse trim of brick.
Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0123.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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MOTOR CAR REGISTRATIONS THROUGHOUT ALL CANADA APPROACH MILLION TOTAL
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J. HERBERT HODGINS
WITHIN the memory of most of us in Canada, men drove down our main streets with a new fangled contraption called an automobile. In excited moments—from sheer force of habit—desiring to come to a full stop they yelled “Whoa!” To-day in Canada we are approaching the moment when we will count one million of these automobiles.
Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0125.xml
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0126.xml
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NESBITT, THOMSON and Company, Limited
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NESBITT, THOMSON and Company, Limited
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0127.xml
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North American Life Assurance Company
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North American Life Assurance Company
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0128.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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ANSWERS TO FINANCIAL QUERIES
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Question—Do you think that the Quebec Tire and Rubber Co. has a reasonable chance of success? Answer—If you are familiar with the situation regarding the manufacture of automobile tires, you will know that even the thoroughly well established and financially entrenched corporations in this country have been confronted with considerable difficulties in the past few years.
Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0129.xml
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The Royal Bank
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The Royal Bank
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0130.xml
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The DOMINION LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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The DOMINION LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0131.xml
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0132.xml
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A. SCHRADER’S SON, Inc.
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A. SCHRADER’S SON, Inc.
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0133.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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ANSWERS TO INSURANCE QUERIES
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Question—What information can you give me regarding the Mutual Fire Association of Canada?—G.M., Ontario. Answer—The Mutual Fire Association of Canada, Limited, operated under a conditional license issued under the provision of sub-section five of section 41 of the Insurance Act of 1917.
Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0134.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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False One—Mopsy: “Do you suppose the color of her hair is natural?” Flopsy: “Heavens, no, my dear—she’s a dyed-in-the-Woolworth blonde!” Gluttony—Absent-minded Professor: “Waiter, half an hour ago I ordered some lamb chops. Have you forgotten them— or have I had them?”—Boston Transcript.
Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0135.xml
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0136.xml
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The MacLean Publishing Co., Limited
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The MacLean Publishing Co., Limited
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0137.xml
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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FROM a number of readers has come the inquiry: "Who is Willard S. Dill?" Says one: "I sure did enjoy ‘Over the Chilkoot to Eldorado,’ Willard S. Dill’s reminiscences of the old Yukon days, which you published in the last issue of MacLean’sHe was there all right, because I remember many of the incidents he relates, but I’m blessed if I can place him.
Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0138.xml
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0139.xml
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THE TORONTO CARPET MFG. CO. LIMITED
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THE TORONTO CARPET MFG. CO. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0140.xml
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WM. ROGERS MFG. CO. LTD.
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WM. ROGERS MFG. CO. LTD.
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Maclean's_19261001_0039_019_0141.xml