Issue: 19270701

Friday, July 1, 1927
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MACLEAN'S
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Canada Re-Discovered
Canada owes a debt to Cartier, but she owes more to the modern Canadian who has the faith to continue the discovery of his country
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JOHN NELSON
AN ENTERPRISING sailor, named Jacques Cartier, is said to have discovered Canada. So history records. But we have it on the authority of Henry Ford that history is ‘bunk’. And in this particular case Henry is right. Cartier discovered a commodious bay on the Gaspé coast.
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With Best Wishes— Newfoundland and New Zealand
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The nearest of our Sister Dominions and the member of the family to whom we are and always will be closer related than to any other British possession, is celebrating her Diamond Jubilee as a Dominion, and this small neighboring sister extends hearty congratulations and hopes for greater prosperity in which this Island is bound indirectly to participate.
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THEIR MAJESTIES KING GEORGE AND QUEEN MARY
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The Passing Glory
Grit may damn Tory, and Tory Grit, but love is no respecter of politics
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JAMES H. POWER
IN THE Republic to the south, Nova Scotians or Bluenoses, are noted for a number of things, their codfish, pretty girls and college professors. In Nova Scotia, a Nova Scotian is noted on account of one, or both, of two things, his politics and his religion.
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This Home of Freedom
Canada's history is the history of a people who craved liberty and ensued it
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ARTHUR HAWKES
IS IT treason to say that, much as I love to gaze upon the picture of the Fathers of Confederation, sitting in the big-windowed room at Quebec, sixty-three years ago, the most inspiring thing about the sight is that it produces a comparison with pictures of the Versailles Conference of 1919.
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The Story of Canada
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LESS than fifty years ago, a dense forest stood where run, to-day, the bustling thoroughfares of one of the world’s chief ports—Vancouver. Discovered in 1792 by Vancouver, the site remained untouched until the coming of the Hudson’s Bay Company.
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Maintenance of Way
Such men as Ireson must needs go berserk, if engines are to be kept roaring on their way when flood menaces the steel
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NORMAN MELVILLE CLARKE
IN THAT mountainous country west of Edmonton and the Rockies, where, cupped in a huge valley, stood the freight-divisional point of Bechako, the hghest peaks were still heavily snow-capped, although on the dark, fir-clothed mountain-sides winter was loosening his ley grip.
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The Story of Canada
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WHEN Colonel James F. MacLeod, Assistant Commissioner of the Northwest Mounted Police, decided to erect a fort midway between Fort MacLeod and the Red Deer River, he chose, within sight of the Rockies, a situation near the junction of the Bow and Elbow rivers.
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Upward to Nationhood
The story of Confederation is the story of the knitting together of a collection of scattered colonies into a nation
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A. RAYMOND MULLENS
THERE is one thing peculiar about our position. There is no other instance on record of a colony peacefully remodelling its own constitution; such changes have always been the work of the parent state and not of the colonists themselves. Canada is rightly setting the example of a new and better state of things.’
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The Story of Canada
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THE City of Medicine Hat owes its name to the Blackfeet Indians, 'Medicine Hat' being the English translation of the Indian word ‘Saamis,’ meaning a hat worn by a medicine man. The site of the present city, on the South Saskatchewan, was named Saamis by the Blackfeet, and there are a number of legends handed down in explanation.
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The Path of True Love
A Port Royal gallant's joust with chance has a decidedly droll ending
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BENGE ATLEE
THAT ridiculous youth, Gilbert du Pre—though I assure you, messieurs, one would not so have characterized him in his hearing at that time, he being but nineteen with a hand that fell readily to his sword-hilt—stood beneath the high balcony of Sieur Edouard St. Clare’s house in Port Royal, singing of Lady Fair, That he was no singer anyone could have told who listened to him that June night in the year of our Lord 1697, and yet two things saved his song; the flamboyant accompaniment which he played upon his lute, and a certain ironic tenderness in his voice.
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The Story of Canada
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THE property shown in the upright picture to the right is valued at $2,000 an inch. To buy the buildings depicted, a cheque for considerably more than half a billion dollars would be required. Here Yonge and King Streets cross in Toronto. One hundred years ago, two rural lanes crossed here, outside the town of York.
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The Verdict of the Storm
A grim duel, fought in a gale fit to blow tomcats’ tails into Kingdom Come
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EARLE ROBSON
IN THE dingy little office of Gilpent and Hudson, Great Lakes shippers, a stocky, red-faced skipper— in stature, resembling much a snubbing-post— confronted two ferret-eyed old partners. The sailor stood before a railing which separated him from the two men seated at their respective desks.
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The Story of Canada
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ON JULY 12, 1749, there arrived in Chebucto Harbor, on the Nova Scotian coast, thirteen transports from England. They landed 2,576 people, settlers sent by Lord Halifax, who, as chairman of the Board of Trade and Plantations, had been entrusted with the task of organizing the expedition.
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HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES
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FAR GOLD
ARTHUR HUNT CHUTE’S Thrilling tale of a race for hidden treasure
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THE STORY SO FAR: In the peaceful Cape Breton village of Arichat is an old house, reputed to be haunted, and once occupied by a descendant of Andrea Ferrara, the famous Toledo swordsmith, and a man who had rifled of their treasures the cathedrals of the cities of the South Seas.
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Canadian Sport in '67
Those were days in which a barrel of beer or a copy of Shakespeare were equally acceptable as rewards for athletic prowess
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H. H. ROXBOROUGH
ON A bright Wednesday afternoon in the fading summer of 1867, nearly five thousand men, women and children forsook offices, homes and schools, and gathered on the green sward of the Toronto Lacrosse Club grounds to witness an eventful lacrosse match between the Six Nations Indians, from Onondaga, and the players of the home club.
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No Quarter for White Slavers
League of Nations Takes Action Against Women and Children Traffickers.
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THE SPECTATOR
THE League of Nations is taking steps to deal a death blow to one of the vilest and most cruel trades in the world—the traffic in women and children. A voluminous report on the situation has been prepared, and much first hand information has been collected by members of the committee themselves, which should arouse the nations of the world to band together and co-operate to the end that this revolting and nefarious trade may be uprooted and stamped out permanently.
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Is Modern Boy Hard to Please?
Youth of To-day Has Lived Too Much to Be Entertained by Juvenile Fiction.
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E. McL.
THE short-story writer, the novelist, even the lowly newsgatherer is wont bitterly to complain that the public is hard to satisfy; that everything he is able to write is usually proclaimed an ‘old-story’. But the job of these word-arrangers is a simple one when compared to that of the luckless writer who attempts to turn out stories for the boy of to-day.
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Small Hope for Budding Shaws
Play-reader warns Would-be Play rights There is Little Chance of Success.
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THEODORE PRATT
IF ALL the jokes that have been written around the efforts of members of the human species to write plays were bound together in one volume it would be a particularly impressive tome—the Encyclopedia Brittanica, in comparison, a mere pamphlet.
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J.L.R
Spenders—One explanation of high prices is that nobody gives a hoot while he has the money.—Regina Post. Custom Jobs—Women all have a lot to say about model husbands, but they all want a different model.—Montreal Star. Not So Simple As It Appears—So live that nobody can make you look ridiculous in his memoirs.—Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph.
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Fish Can Detect the Ultra-Violet
Science Finds Denizens of the Deep Are Sensitive to Color Shades.
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H. MUNRO FOX
IN THE course of one of those researches which seem, to the layman, to be directed at nothing in particular but which produce results of tremendous importance, scientists have proved fishes are not color blind. As H. Munro Fox, writing in The Forum, points out that this sort of investigation is particularly difficult, for it obviously is impossible to induce a fish to give you a confidential report of just what he does or does not see.
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SCIENCE CHATS
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SCIENCE CHATS
Running the Vitamin to Earth—Part Two
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DON
GROWN persons are not often attacked by scurvy in these days. In the days of sailing ships, when voyages lasted for many weeks and crews were forced to subsist upon salted pork, dried vegetables and ‘hard-tack’, it was quite another matter.
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Ireland Salutes Canada
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It is an honour and a pleasure to congratulate the Canadian people on the Diamond Jubilee of their great nation. The growth of Canada, its increasing strength, prosperity and influence, may well arouse the pride of your people as they arouse the admiration not only of Canada’s partners in the great Commonwealth, but of all the world.
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Great Poet Was Once Matchmaker
William Shukespeare Plays Important Role in the Romance of the Perruquier's Daughter and Apprentice.
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JOHX O'LONDON'S WEEKLY
A SMALL plaque, attached to the wall of an unpretentious building, at the corner of Silver Street, near Falcon Square. London, bears an inscription recording the fact that William Shakespeare once lived there. Brief in wording and simple of design it might easily be overlooked by the passing throngs, yet behind the modest announcement lies a comedy drama, in which the great Elizabethan dramatist was one of the leading protagonists.
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Bartletts Battled Arctic Bergs
Maritime Family Have Provided Navigators for Many Polar Explorations During Past Sixty Years.
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CAPTAIN ROBERT A. BARTLETT
THE death, on April 4, at Frederickton, N.B., of John Bartlett, removed a really great figure from the roster of Arctic navigators. His nephew, Captain Robert A. Bartlett, himself commander of Admiral Peary's arctic exploration ship, The Roosevelt, imparts some interesting information about a remarkable family of shipmasters, in the columns of the New York Times.
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Young Canada
A department reflecting the activities of MacLean’s Young Canada Boosters Club
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ERNEST H. LAWSON
ONE of the most important objects of the Young Canada Boosters Club is to encourage the study by Canadian boys and girls of the development of this country and the opportunities it has to offer, so that, when their school and college education is completed, they may take advantage of these opportunities.
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He’s an Anti-Aircraft Scribe
Anonymous British Writer Contends That All Types of Flying-Machine Are Useless Both in War and Peace.
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DAILY MAIL
A BOOK was published recently, the title of which was ‘The Great Delusion’, and in it the author denied the value of aircraft—both in time of war and for extensive commercial purposes. He wrote under the pseudonym of ‘Neon’ and it is certain that his very unusual opinions will not go unchallenged.
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Balfour Pays Tribute to Science
British Statesmen Reminds Old Country That Unless it Invokes Aid of Research It Cannot Keep Up With Other Countries.
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LORD BALFOUR
IF THERE is one lesson, more important than another, that sadly needs bringing home to the people of Canada —the manufacturers, particularly—it is the fact that no industry can achieve any outstanding success unless it enlists under its banner the all-powerful help of science.
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Some Candid Canadianisms
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Premier Taschereau of Quebec
WE in Quebec will stick to the British connection as long as the British Empire endures. The British flag has given us freedom, it has never interfered with our national aspirations, and we are satisfied with it and it will remain our flag.’
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Women and their Work
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Pioneers of the Foothills
Cheerfully they endured almost unbelievable hardships, the first white women to invade the newly discovered West
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ELIZABETH BAILEY PRICE
To-day, Mrs. McDougall lives in woman, who bears lightly the marks days of the West, days that were filled with hard work, yet contentment, a life work shadowed only by the deep grief of losing her companion, partner, and husband, ten years ago.
Maclean's_19270701_0040_013_0104.xml
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Women and their Work
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Some NewIdeas in House Furnishing
Have you a bookcase that seems out of place? Or windows that your curtains will not fit? You may find the idea you are looking for, here
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JEAN PRICE
WHEN moving into a house, be it new of old, some difficult problems always pop up unexpectedly, no matter how carefully one has planned. So it is a good plan to start jotting down some time beforehand in a book, particulars of any good house-decoration ideas one comes across.
Maclean's_19270701_0040_013_0109.xml
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Women and their Work
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MacLean’s Question Box
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EDWINA SETON
Question—L. W.: I would appreciate knowing if there is such a book as a catalogue of Canadian manufacturers. I am desirous of acting as sales representative for a reliable Canadian house. Answer—The Canadian Trade Index gives a list of all the products made in Canada and their manufacturers.
Maclean's_19270701_0040_013_0113.xml
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Home Beautiful
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When You Go A-Picnicking
While all picnics should he unconventional, the picnic lunch will be more enjoyable if it is not too impromptu
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ANNE ELIZABETH WILSON
IN ENGLAND, there is no thought of a picnic outing without a ‘hamper’, that large and bulging earnest of meat pies, old wines and gherkins. At least half the pleasure of picnic meals and packed lunches of any kind, is dependent upon the provision that is made for utensils.
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Canada Has Completed Era of Tremendous Development
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A. W. BLUE
THERE is no more comprehensive, impressive or colorful picture of Canada’s rise to financial independence and wealth, to the status of nationhood, than that indicated in a statistical survey of her achievements in the major departments of her national activities.
Maclean's_19270701_0040_013_0123.xml
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Financial Queries
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Question—Can you give me any information as to the future prospects of Security Mortgage Corporation Ltd? —W.E.R., New Brunswick. Answer—Pursuing our enquiries on your behalf the Security Mortgage Corporation, Limited, of Winnipeg, we have been in communication with Edgar J. Tarr, K.C. Mr. Tarr has written us frankly concerning the company’s position and perhaps we can do no better than quote his letter which appears to set forth the position fully and from a consideration of which you will be able to make your own deductions.
Maclean's_19270701_0040_013_0127.xml
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Question—Would you mind telling me if the Commercial Life Assurance Co. of Canada, Edmonton, is a reliable company to take out insurance with? Ha? it a federal chatter? Would you mind giving me the standings of the New York Life Insurance Co., the Mutual Life Assurance Co., The Sun Life Assurance Co., the Canada Life Assurance Co., and the Commercial?
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Not the Man—Applicant: “I assure you, sir, I have plenty of get-up-and-go.” Employer: “Sorry, we’re looking for a man with sit-down and stay.”—Christian Science Monitor. Parliamentary Language—Senator’s Wife: “What is your pleasure in regard to the dinner, my dear?”
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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IN 1846. W. S. Henson designed a flying machine, in appearance at least, not vastly different from the modern plane. By the public, he was regarded as mad. In recent weeks, airplanes have flown from New York to Paris, from New York to Berlin, and from England to the Persian Gulf.
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MACLEAN’S
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