Issue: 19261115

Monday, November 15, 1926
Toronto, November 15, 1926
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MACLEAN'S
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The Taming of Sydney Marsham
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SAPPER
TO SAY that Sydney Marsham was wild, would be to err on the lenient side. She was the maddest, most harum-scarum child that ever donned a skirt. In fact, she frequently didn’t, until her mother and father combined in issuing an order that the said garment was indispensable for a young lady of seventeen, and that riding breeches, except on special occasions, would not do instead.
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Cabinet Portraits: Hon. W. D. Euler
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HOWARD ALLAN
WHEN Mr. King, freshly endorsed by the Canadian electorate, set about the business of making a cabinet, there was no doubt in anybody’s mind that of all the portfolios, that of Minister of Customs and Excise presented the toughest problem.
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WHY ALPINISTS LEAVE HOME
Being a diagnosis of the urge which makes sensible men and women tumble out of their camp beds at three o’clock in the morning simply to risk their necks on a climb up a mountain which ends in a climb down again.
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G. H. LASH
THE opinion seems to be held generally throughout Canada that alpinists are lunatics with suicidal tendencies. To acknowledge oneself an alpinist is to cause those about to raise their eyebrows in amused tolerance or, if one is ordinarily normal in all other respects, to be apologized for by one’s friends, as a person who likes to be considered ‘just a little bit odd,’ but who otherwise has no particularly vicious vices.
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OH, MISS CUPIDITY!
The dictionary tells us that the word cupidity is derived from the Latin ‘cupio'—long for. And Joan, of this story, was living proof of the fact that the noun was founded on the right root. For how she did long! And how little her longing got her in the long run!
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BEATRICE REDPATH
PINK and white faces pressed against the pane; there was a shrill outcry of voices; feet scampered tightly over the polished floors; girls squeezed and pushed and jostled one another good naturedly, striving to get an unobscured view of the street below, where a small blue roadster was drawn up at the curb.
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The Proof of the Pudding
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NORMAN REILLY RAINE
AT 4.30 p.m. on a winter day, early in 1925, a passenger train pulled into a tiny station far out on the Saskatchewan prairie. It was near dark, and softly falling snow whirled in diamond arabesque against the lighted windows. Passengers within, peering out upon the flat, snowbound waste, stretched luxuriously as folk do who can lie late abed on an inclement day, and turned back to their reading.
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LAUGHTER OF THE SEA
A story of men, the sea, and a ship, and the battles they fought off Prince Edward Island’s rock-bound shore.
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D. H.
R. T. WOODWORTH
A DEEP haze hung over the Bay of Fundy, made even more pronounced by the afternoon sun of the late August day; a haze that almost blended sea and sky into one, with a hint of deep purple on the very horizon; a haze such as is seen only on the ocean, enigmatical, mysterious, alluring.
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Putting Canada 'On the Air'
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DONALD E. BANKART
ON A bright July afternoon I sat in the wireless cabin of the steamer Midland King, tapping out our arrival at Sarnia, Ontario, with a load of coal. Suddenly, as I listened for the coast station’s reply, there came to me through the air—a voice.
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Woman’s Sphere
It cost luckless Lennox Ballister the entire proceeds of an evening’s skill to discover that the great drawback to radio oratory lies in the fact that it isn’t possible to hand-pick your audience.
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ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE
MRS. LENNOX BALLISTER, as she washed the supper dishes, sang in a deep contralto voice: ‘Moonlight and roses bring many happy mem’ries of yo.’ In the next room, his feet perched high on the mantel, fanning himself in time to the melody, her husband, Lennox, strummed on his banjo another popular radio number:
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Over the Chilkoot to Eldorado
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WILLARD S. DILL
JUSTICE was sure and swift in the Yukon. Charles Macdonald, for many years clerk of the Court, or prothonotary, at Dawson, (now sheriff of Vancouver) made an unofficial calculation in 1908, that the number of murders in the Yukon Territory, from ‘discovery’ in ’96 to the above date, was nineteen, for which nineteen men had been hanged.
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HEAD WINDS
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BERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
THE absurdity of swearing into empty space choked Johnny’s profanity but did not allay his impotent rage. He looked down at the food and bedding, across at the mainland, blue on the horizon, at Vancouver Island standing in bold contours against the morning sky.
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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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Claims Time Buying Is Costly
Economist Asserts Instalment System Costs U. S. $2,000,000,000 in 1925—Asserts 10 Per Cent. Interest Really 24 Per Cent.
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J. GEORGE FREDERICK
SERFDOM of the individual is the ultimate goal of installment buying when carried to excess, declares J. George Frederick, a practical economist, writing for the Independent. He has estimated that a total of $8,000,000,000 outlay in instalment purchases was made in the year 1925, in the United States, and indicates that “obviously, the pleasuregiving and vanity-assuaging purchases are the greatest objects of popular time-payment interest.”
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Interest in Fights Condemned
American Writer Says Emotion Wasted on Modern Gladiatorial Contests is Dissipation of Needed Mental Energy.
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THE NEW REPUBLIC
WHATEVER one’s personal feeling about such a spectacle as the recent Dempsey-Tunney fight may be, one thing we all will cheerfully admit: that the average newspaper reader, the mysterious ‘man in the street,’ saw it quite without proper perspective.
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Labor Wants Five-Day Job
Elbert Gary and Union Head Debate Ford’s Decapitated Work Week.
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J. CHARLES LAUE
THE other day, the American Federation of Labor, in convention assembled, solemnly pledged itself to a nation-wide campaign for a five-hour day. A few days before they made that decision, an automobile manufacturer, one Henry Ford, beat them to it and declared his intention of amending one of the ten commandments to read, ‘five days shalt thou labor.’
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Wit,Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J.L.R.
Homely Virtues—Charity begins at home, but so does criticism.— Toronto Star. Remember This—To err is human, but to keep it up is foolish.—Kitchener Record. Not Infallible—Just because a fellow prefers blondes that doesn’t make him a gentleman.
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Cotton Fails In Zululand
Scheme for Raising Cotton at Kozi Bay a Complete Failure.
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LONDON TIMES.
THE whole world is hunger for cotton! High officials of the British government made a survey, some years ago, of a spot in Zululand, Africa, known as Kozi Bay. This district they pronounced ideal for the raising of cotton in great quantities and with assured success; settlers were invited to take up land for this purpose.
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Tells of His Long Flight
Sir Alan Cobham Thinks Seaplane Best Craft for Commercial flying.
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SIR ALAN COBHAM
WHEN Allen Cobham glided over London’s famous Westminster Bridge and came to rest on the calm waters of the Thames exactly opposite the Houses of Parliament, he had completed a little seaplane jaunt which had taken him from England to Australia and back.
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Some Candid Canadianisms
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‘What we in Canada require to do is to forget immigration and think and act in terms of stern colonization. Fate has decreed that the danger of economic stagnation faces us unless we measure up to the standard of prosperity prevailing south of our border line.
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Culled from the New Books
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‘Much of modern criminological theory, like the earlier nonsense of Lombros. ‘that they have, under pressure of ridicule, discarded, certainly comes from the baseless and unconscious pride of honest men who refuse to see in a felon a like animal to themselves, of like instincts, feelings, methods, a lost straggler from the army, not an alien tribesman.
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No Summer Next Year
Meteorologists Claim Study of Solar Radiation Permits of Weather Forecasting.
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JOHN BILLINGS
METEOROLOGISTS, backed by the Smithsonian Institute at Washington, D.C., are doing some pretty tall and lofty prophesying. They coolly announce that next year we will have no summer and a hard, long, cold winter. They are utterly cocksure about it, too.
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U. S. Wasting Its Oil Supply
United States Has Only Six Years of Joy-riding Left, Says the Nation.
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THE NATION
NORTH AMERICA has just six years of joy-riding left, according to the Nation, New York, and, it is intimated, it doesn’t deserve to have any more. The Nation, in pointing out the inevitable failure of the world’s oil supply, relates the results of a test of carburetors recently made at Purdue University.
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Passing of Dialects Deplored
British Writer Regrets Merging of Picturesque Venacular With Broadcast Model—Natives Fear Their Speech is Not ‘Genteel.'
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T. J. MACNAMARA
IF YOU like to hear a newly-landed Gloucesterman say: “Thee dost make I laugh, sna!”; if you are pleased when a newcomer from Bristol responds to your polite query regarding his health with: “Jolly thanks! ’Ow’s yerself?”; if you think the Lancashireman’s comment on a pretty girl, “Ay! She’s a gradely lass!” racy and expressive, then you will agree with T. J. Macnamara who, in writing for the Contemporary Review, deplores the fading out of dialect in the British Isles due to broadcasting and to a mistaken belief that the native vernacular is not ‘genteel.’
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Find Bible’s ‘Temple of Baal’
German Scientists Unearth Ruins of Building Once Used for IdolWorship—Believed to Date From Days of Abimilech.
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SUNDAY OBSERVER
READERS of the Biblical narrative of the history of the Israelites will be intensely interested in the unearthing of a Temple of Baal by an expedition headed by Professor Sellin of Berlin. The London Observer in reporting the discovery tells us that the expedition led by Professor Sellin, of Berlin, started on the work in 1914, and had made considerable progress when the war broke out.
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Should State Pay the Doctor?
Dr. Krimsky Would Abolish Medicos’ Private Practices—Thinks Both Practitioner and Patients Would Benefit.
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JOSEPH KRIMSKY
TIME was, when sickness overtook a man or his family, whether it was in the form of a carbuncle or a malignant tumor, that he betook himself to the family physician, received such treatment as that worthy was able to give him, and, with what grace he might, paid the resulting bill.
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Any Little Hobby Is a Help!
American Writer Advocates Training-schools for Pastimes—Says Americans Could Learn How to Play From English.
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CORNELIA JAMES CANNON
THAT invaluable book of reference, the American Who’s Who, badly falls down in one respect. Should you open it with the idea of finding out whether President Coolidge collects stamps or Arabian collar-studs, or whether Gene Tunney is devoted to the pursuit of accumulating ancient Torchon lace, you would seek in vain.
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Maclean's_19261115_0039_022_0086.xml
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Women and their Work
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PLANNING THE TEA, FAIR, OR BAZAAR
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ESTELLE CARTER MACPHERSON
THE season for fairs, church bazaars, teas and entertainments of all kinds is fast approaching. Nothing stimulates the interests of women in general like a ‘party,’ be it a ‘pay as you enter’ or a society function. There are certain things which must be sought for and encouraged, and others that must be avoided if an entertainment or bazaar, is to be a success.
Maclean's_19261115_0039_022_0087.xml
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The Home Beautiful
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THE INDIVIDUAL NOTE IN BEDROOMS
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A BEDROOM is the one room of a house in which we may feel privileged to express our own personality. It is the one place where we may indulge our tastes to the full extent with none to say us nay; experiment and work out ideas which, if failures, are at least private decorative enterprises and concern none but ourselves.
Maclean's_19261115_0039_022_0091.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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MEXICAN PURCHASE MAY PRESAGE NEW ERA FOR CANADIAN BANKS ABROAD
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J. HERBERT HODGINS
CANADIAN bankers are globetrotting, as it were, again! It is many a month since we have had as arresting, as significant an announcement as that from the Bank of Montreal to the effect that it has purchased the Mexico City Banking Corporation.
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ANSWERS TO FINANCIAL QUERIES
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Question—Can you advise me which of the Alberta oil companies is a safe investment? I have heard a lot about the different oil companies in Alberta but I do not know which is the best one to invest in. —A.I.H., Vancouver, B.C. Answer—While the Alberta oil fields may present a legitimate opportunity for employing speculative funds in the various oil mining enterprises now being promoted, in the main we consider the situation much too speculative in character to warrant our advising the small investor to commit his funds.
Maclean's_19261115_0039_022_0098.xml
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ANSWERS To INSURANCE QUERIES
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Question— Your advice on life insurance problems has always looked good to me, so now I am going to ask you to prescribe for my case. I am a wireless operator at a salary of $135 per month: 25 years of age. Up until this year I have been stationed on board ships and have had or rather have a policy for accident and health which is popular with sailors.
Maclean's_19261115_0039_022_0104.xml
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Obliging—Officer (examining recruit): “Have you any scars on you?” Recruit: “No, but I can give you a cigarette.”—Tit-Bits. Fixed—Mistress: “Jane, have you been touching the barometer?” Jane: “Yes, ma’am. It’s my night out, so I set it to ‘fine.’
Maclean's_19261115_0039_022_0105.xml
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In the Editor's Confidence
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I HAPPENED to be in Jasper National Park during the summer, at a time when about two hundred alpinists were camped in the Tonquin Valley. They had come from all parts of the continent for the specific purpose of climbing as many peaks as they could.
Maclean's_19261115_0039_022_0109.xml
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