Issue: 19270901

Thursday, September 1, 1927
September 1st 1927
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MACLEAN'S
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY of Canada, Limited
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY of Canada, Limited
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Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0004.xml
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MACLEAN'S
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DEVIL - BUSH
Fearful things happen in the rank eternity of green bush that is Africa
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LADY DOROTHY MILLS
CONVERSATION languished on the shadowy verandah of the little wooden bungalow at Membo. Though the sun had dropped like a ball of fire into the ocean of rank green bush it was almost as hot as it had been at midday, with that damp soul-destroying heat of the West Coast that, day and night, lies on one like a smothering blanket.
Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0006.xml
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"Stick 'im Boy”
When the wary swordfish ‘fins’ off the Cape Breton coast, there is dramatic and hazardous sport afoot
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GEORGE PEARSON
WE STOOD on the cliff at Havenside, one horn of the bay of Louisburg harbor, and watched the swordfish fleet put out to sea. It was the same every day, the put-put of the earliest outgoing boats intermingled with the engine-sounds of the latest of the rum-runners to return.
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8,9,40,41,42
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The Patent Insides
Concerning a poetess who cant poetize, a compositor who can’t compose, and an editor who can’t pay his bills
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PHILIP WINTER LUCE
MARK NOON, editor and proprietor of the Rockland Bugle, sat at his littered desk correcting proofs. The long strip of paper before him already was decorated plentifully with hieroglyphics which indicated errors of omission and commission, and every few seconds Mark added one more to the list.
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Not in Our Stars
Nearly every office has its Mitch —and its Whittaker
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CHARLES VINING
POOR Bill Whittaker. As he lay asleep beside his wife in the room which had been gold and now was merely yellow there were troubles waiting for him. There were always troubles. They had made his face thin and his eyes unfriendly, and it was too bad, because Millicent was friendly enough even if she had forgotten about being ardent.
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Canada Pulls Her Weight
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ALECK SINCLAIR
IT IS the sixth of August, 1927. Under a scorching sun, 40,000 people are massed on the banks of the Detroit River at Trenton, Michigan, drawn there by the Fifty-fifth Annual Regatta of the National Association of Amateur Oarsmen, now held tensely by the drama of the greatest moment in the history of singles sculling in America.
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13,14,71,72
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A Peer of the Press
At eighteen, Hugh Graham started the Montreal Star on a few dollars—To-day Lord Atholstan is the Crusading Baron of the Fourth Estate
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‘USQUEAD’
IN a deep, newly constructed basement on St. James Street, Montreal, a battery of giant newspaper presses are being installed, the last word in printing machinery. They will supplement the formidable battery, which in the press-room of the adjoining building, are daily pouring forth the editions of one of the greatest journals in the British Empire—The Montreal Star.
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Pitchfork-less Harvesting
The ‘combine' will save the western farmer millions of dollars on his threshing bill
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H. G. LONG
WHEN the golden wheat is ready for the sickle this year, some few hundred farmers on the western plains will drive into their fields with a brand new machine. And when, a few days or weeks later, they drive from the fields, the harvesting all done— all in one operation—the grain will be in the granary or the elevator.
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16,17,34,36,37
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Have You Seen Ann?
Ann may have been incomparable, but that didn’t save her from her Waterloo
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N. DE BERTRAND LUGRIN
FRANK DAVIS, better known as Major Frank, because his brother was the colonel, had returned to Canada, for the first time since the War. He had left in 1917, aged twenty, and in the eight years since then, he had seen much of life. For, after the Armistice, he had asked to go to Egypt, and to the Nile he had been sent.
Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0015.xml
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18,19,62,65
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Figures and Pictures GOVERNMENT SERVICE—AND YOU
Mr. Raine here describes two little-known branches of government service—the Canadian Bureau of Statistics and the Canadian Motion Picture Bureau
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NORMAN REILLY RAINE
IF YOU happen to be in Ottawa some day and decide to take a walk along the banks of the Ottawa River, you will come upon a building the appearance of which will very likely remind you of the setting for a first-class mystery story. It is a dilapidated structure of rough, brown-painted boards, to which are tacked on annexes of wood and stone.
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FAR GOLD
'Last scene of all that ends this strange, eventful history'
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ARTHUR HUNT CHUTE
THE Royal Company Islands, according to the chart, were situated to the southward of Australia, in boisterous seas of high latitudes. This was one of the few waste places of the Southern Ocean with which the far-roaming Sprott was not acquainted.
Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0017.xml
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Would Revise Kiddies’ Muse
Songs of Childhood Newly Sung by the sage of McGill University.
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STEPHEN LEACOCK
IT HAS occurred to me that many of those beautiful old poems on which the present and preceding generations were brought up are in danger of passing into oblivion. The circumstances of this hurried, rapid age, crowded with mechanical devices, are rendering the older poetry quite unintelligible to the children of to-day.’
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Spooks’ Stock Now Is Low
British Writer Gives Amusing Examples of Bygone Belief in Visitant Spirits.
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D. HOLLIS
ACCORDING to a writer in the London Spectator, D. Hollis, the dear old ghost of romantic fiction would have a hard time of it were he to show himself to-day. This was not always so, as Mr. Hollis illustrates by several amusing examples. He tells us, for instance, that the Reverend Joseph Glanvil.
Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0024.xml
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Devil’s Island Is World’s End
There the Traitors to France Live Out Their Gray and Desolate Days.
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BLAIR NILES
DEVIL'S ISLAND is one of the most mysterious and inaccessible islands in the world. It is a tiny island, and it lies like a green leaf on the sparkling, tropical ocean. No ship flying other than the flag of France may approach nearer to it than a mile and a half.
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J.L.R
'Ere! 'Ere!—If some girls are wrapped up in themselves they have pretty nice wraps.—Regina Leader. Lost Gifts—Some of our farmers are becoming so well educated they can’t tell when it’s going to rain.—Oshawa Reformer. The Evidence—American books now equal the best anywhere says a publisher.
Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0026.xml
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Can Gypsies Be Educated?
Efforts to Bring Culture to European Egyptians a Failure.
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THE DAILY MAIL
IN certain European countries fresh efforts are being made to control and educate the gypsies. Thus in Hungary the government is endeavoring to confine them to certain fixed areas, while in England the Surrey county council is experimenting with a portable gypsy school where handicrafts are taught as part of the curriculum.
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Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0028.xml
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THE KNECHTEL FURNITURE COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE KNECHTEL FURNITURE COMPANY, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0029.xml
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SCIENCE CHATS
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The Mimicry of Insects
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DON
THE fly in the ointment’ is an ancient phrase to express alloyed pleasure. A term more suitable to the times and equally desc iptive would be ‘the worm in the raspberry’; for who has not had a delicious dish of berries and cream ruined by the nauseous taste of the little beast that is harbored by the luscious fruit?
Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0030.xml
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CHAMPION SPARK PLUG CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED
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CHAMPION SPARK PLUG CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0031.xml
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Mobiloil
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Mobiloil
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Auburn Automobile Company
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Auburn Automobile Company
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STENHCUSE, LTD.
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STENHCUSE, LTD.
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CANADIAN BRANDES LIMITED
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CANADIAN BRANDES LIMITED
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Gutta Percha & Rubber, Limited
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Gutta Percha & Rubber, Limited
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FIRESTONE TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY OF CANADA, Limited
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FIRESTONE TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY OF CANADA, Limited
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Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0047.xml
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W. CLARK LIMITED
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W. CLARK LIMITED
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CHANNELL LIMITED
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CHANNELL LIMITED
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Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0052.xml
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Pro-phy-lac-tic Brush Co. (Canada) Ltd.
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Pro-phy-lac-tic Brush Co. (Canada) Ltd.
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Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0053.xml
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Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0054.xml
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G. A. STIMSON & CO. Limited
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G. A. STIMSON & CO. Limited
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Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0055.xml
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MUELLER LIMITED
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MUELLER LIMITED
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CHANNELL LIMITED
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CHANNELL LIMITED
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THE KENTON PHARMACAL COMPANY
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THE KENTON PHARMACAL COMPANY
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Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0063.xml
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CANADIAN KODAK CO., LIMITED
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CANADIAN KODAK CO., LIMITED
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GIDLEY BOAT CO., LIMITED
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GIDLEY BOAT CO., LIMITED
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON CO., LIMITED
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON CO., LIMITED
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BRIEF ENGLISH SYSTEMS Ltd.
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BRIEF ENGLISH SYSTEMS Ltd.
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Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0069.xml
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CROSSE & BLACKWELL (Canada) Limited
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CROSSE & BLACKWELL (Canada) Limited
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EXIDE BATTERIES OF CANADA, LIMITED
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EXIDE BATTERIES OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0072.xml
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Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co., Ltd.
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Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co., Ltd.
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Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0073.xml
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LUX LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED
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LUX LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED
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ALUMINUM COMPANY OF CANADA Limited
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ALUMINUM COMPANY OF CANADA Limited
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Women and their Work
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Raising Rabbits for Profit
Growing rabbit wool is a lucrative hobby that appeals peculiarly to women
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N. DE BERTRAND LUGRIN
IT is as soft as swansdown, as white as snowflakes, almost as light as air, but as warm as the closest wool. It is woven into the most beautiful trimmings and the daintiest baby things. It is the fleece of the Angora rabbit, and the price of it ranges from eight to twenty dollars a pound.
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Maclean's_19270901_0040_017_0091.xml
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Women and their Work
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The Putty Jar
An old idea with a new appeal
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EVA BECKETT
A CHARMING idea for vases and jardinieres in summer cottages and sun-parlors, or for decorative purposes on tables and mantels, is the old-fashioned putty-jar. In the days of our great-grandmothers, putty-jars held an esteemed place in the decorative scheme of the homes in many rural localities of eastern Canada, but, together with the crinolines, bustles and furbelows of that generation, they were swept into the discard.
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Women and their Work
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MacLean’s Question Box
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EDWINA SETON
Question—Mrs. W. Nova Scotia: I am about to start a small but high-class tea room, and should be glad of a few helpful ideas. Answer—Decide on an original color scheme and have the place fresh and inviting. A book that might help is Tea Room and Cafeteria Management, by R. M. Elliott, $1.50. Little, Brown & Co.
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The Home Beautiful
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Threads and Patches
Variations of the humble patchwork design are very much in vogue just now
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ANNE ELIZABETH WILSON
THE gayety of chintzes is as nothing beside the gayeties of embroidered, appliqued and painted or printed materials for decoration. Contrasts are so vivid and designs so utterly different and quaint, that at least one room in every recently decorated house ought to be an experiment in this new medium.
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MAURICE J. WALSH, LTD.
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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The Investor’s Survey of Canadian Industry
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A. W. BLUE
FLOUR milling is one of the oldest and, at the same time, one of the most important industries of the Dominion. Indelibly associated with agriculture and wheat growing, the milling industry took its rise in the early French colonial days, the first mill of which there is any record being established in 1605 at Port Royal, now Annapolis, Nova Scotia.
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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY LIMITED
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Financial Queries
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Question—I have been considering the advisability of purchasing stock in the Van-Kel Cleansers Ltd. of Swift Current, Sask. Before taking any definite action in this matter, however, I would be very glad to have your opinion of those securities, their prospect for dividends and market appreciation, etc.—A.H., Saskatchewan.
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Question—Do you consider the T. Eaton Life Insurance Co. a safe company in which to insure? I am a single man, aged twenty-seven, with an income of $1,400 a year, and intend to take out a $2,000 twenty-year Endowment policy. Do you think it would be wise for me to take out insurance for more than $2,000 with my income not exceeding $1,400 and with no prospects of it increasing materially, in the immediate future at least? G. W. D. Saskatchewan.
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Sound Advice—Badly Bruised Boxer: 'I can’t ’ardly see ’im, now.” Second: “Never mind—’it ’im from memory.”—London Opinion. Doubtless—“I’ve swallowed my collar button,” gasped the grocer. “Well,” responded his wife, “you know where it is, anyway!”—The Progressive Grocer.
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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WHEN Barnum, the Emperor of Ballyhoo, first extracted his light from under a bushel and opened what in those days was known as a 'Museum,’ his stella attraction was a small, wistful and somewhat moth-eaten elephant. Outside. flaring banners invited a googleeyed public to step in and see with its own eyes the ’Terrific and Unparalleled Spectacle of the BloodSweating Behemoth.'
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MACLEAN’S
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