Issue: 19271215

Thursday, December 15, 1927
December 15th 1927
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MACLEAN'S
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The Alabaster Box
‘There came unto Him a woman having an alabaster box.’
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LAURA GOODMAN SALVERSON
BIANCA counted her blessings before the Lord: a hundredweight of flour, sugar, salt, tea, ten gills of blackstrap, potatoes in a barrel and a flitch of fat bacon. Enough and more, to last throughout the winter. So many blessings! And still no mention made of the Manitoba spruce piled roof high in the crippled shed that clung to the sagging shoulder of her tar-papered shanty.
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High Hat Hockey
Big Business is betting $30,000,000 that 'pro' hockey is a popular spectacle
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FREDERICK B. EDWARDS
HOCKEY, which began its career as a rough and ready game played by small boys on home-made skating rinks in a thousand Canadian vacant lots, and grew up to be Canada’s national pastime, is Big Business, now. With the opening of the season which began on November 15th, the structure, which has been growing during the last three seasons, so rapidly as to make Jack’s celebrated Beanstalk look like a century plant, was complete.
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Macaulay Magic
A close-up of the head of the world’s largest international life assurance company
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HUGH OLIVER
ABOUT forty-five summers ago, all Montreal was agog over a battle in its small financial world. The Montreal of that day was about the size of the present city of Ottawa. Its commercial and social life was dominated by a few families and the repercussions of its business operations were felt in every part of the city.
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BABY PICTURE
A soft heart, a hard chin, and the average pianist is nowhere
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HARRIS BOOGE PEAVEY
IT WAS not the first time that Avery Patterson had walked eagerly down this tree-lined street, his destination the home of a girl who had no equal. It might have been the hundredth time. But it was the first time he was the bearer of such extraordinarily good news.
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Taking the ‘Spec’ Out of Prospecting
The Ontario Government teaching prospectors to rely more on judgment than hunches
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JOHN LANDELS LOVE
AN ITINERANT college whose several thousand students consist of men, old and young—with here and there a woman or two—boys and graybeards, married and single, of all races and tongues; whose classes register an average attendance of 500 at the morning session and 700 at night—meeting at twenty strategic centres in the wilderness of the north country; the schoolroom, the open air, a deserted log shack, a tent, schoolhouse, store, police court, Y.M.C.A., church, fraternal lodge, or what have you—such is the School for Prospectors which for eight years the Ontario Department of Mines has been conducting in Northern Ontario with the laudable aim of reducing the ‘spec’ in prospecting.
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Our Coal Conundrum
What is it worth to Canada to be independent of U. S. coal?
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GRANT DEXTER
IF THE United States cut off Canada's coal supply to-morrow, what would happen? Three-fourths of the Canadian people would be exposed to the rigor of winter, without enough fuel to keep life in their bodies. Human suffering upon an unimaginable scale would follow, inevitably.
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The New Kingdom
he wilderness, too, has its drama—its loves, its tragedies and its triumphs
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ARCHIE P. MCKISHNIE
ABOVE the valley, the mountain cedars swept in sable billows to brush the cold, star-dotted sky. Winter had tightened her clutch on the wilderness world. Death had touched the lake which slept in the lap of the valley, holding it beneath a blue-veined hand.
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ROOT SOIL
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YOU best wait for me in the motor-car, Mary Ellen,” said Mrs. Morton, as she wiped the last of the lamp chimneys and set it at the end of the shining row on the old walnut table. “I’ll just be a minute longer, but there's a couple of things I can do better alone, if you don’t mind...”
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Kilkenny Campaigns
Ringside reminiscences concerning some old-time political gladiators
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J. LAMBERT PAYNE
WE ARE not taking our politics as seriously as did our forbears of half a century ago. It was a little before my time that the suggestive notice went out: 'Be at the meeting in the Town Hall next Saturday night, and don’t bring your axe-handles,’ but it was fairly indicative of the turbulence and fighting spirit which characterized the partisanship of those remote years.
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How Felicity Found Christmas
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SHIRLEYSAMPSON
LONG ago, on a plateau in the midst of the Sunset Mountains, there stood the walled city of Zirconia. Surrounded by lofty crags, it was much cut off from the world, but there were rumors that once a broad road had led down to tbe Plains below; that carriages had rolled over it carrying ladies in gay silks and satins and gentlemen in tight breeches and very wonderful waistcoats; that troops of scarlet-coated officers had cantered up and down; that carts had labored along it, drawn by sleek white donkeys and carrying children laden with flowers from the valleys.
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The Starvel Hollow Tragedy
The concluding instalment of this thrilling detective story
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FREEMAN WILLS CROFTS
WHO was this mysterious individual, this darkhaired man with moustache and glasses, bu Roper! Roper it was who had been going about buying wedding rings, and Roper it was who naturally found that he must get rid of such incriminating purchases at the earliest possible moment.
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Rescuing Our Tottering Totems
Something about a primitive art, revealing the past history of a vanishing race
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A. Y. JACKSON
SCIENCE and art have joined hands in the little village of Kitwanga past which the Skeena River runs ever hurrying to the sea, its cold gray waters teeming with salmon fighting their weary way upstream, kept alive by some hazy vision of gentler waters and a gravel bed on which to lay their eggs before the life ebbs out of them.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Claims Jazz's Day Is Done
Great Music Critic Defends His Attack on the Glorification of Syncopation.
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ERNEST NEWMAN
CERTAIN colored gentlemen having their habitat on the so-called 'Barbary Coast', San Francisco, many years ago decided to enliven the dancing tune of commerce by certain emphatic—and extempore—rhythmic distortions of their own. The result came to be called jazz.
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Thinks Bodies Drug Stores
Writer Believes That Triumph of Science Over Disease Lies With the Bio-chemists.
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DISCOVERY
THE vast majority of deaths that occur before the age of forty, is reached are largely due to the inroads of the tubercle bacillus and the pneumonia coccus. ‘Such deaths,’ writes a contributor to Discovery (London), ‘are truly accidents, for to be slain by a bacillus is no more inevitable than being run over by a street-car.’
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Wit Wisdom and Whimsicality
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Wit Wisdom and Whimsicality
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J. L. R.
It Takes Doing—A genius is a thin lady in grand opera.—Ottawa Citizen. Driver’s License—What some people don’t know about driving would fill a book —also a hospital.—Calgary Herald. A Humane Thought—Some of our struggling authors ought to be knocked on the head to stop their struggling.— Toronto Star.
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Whereupon He Said Unto Him
A Few Bright, Shining Examples of the Gentle but Difficult Art of Repartee.
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SIR JAMES C. PERCY
WHAT commonly passes for repartee is that form of retort which occurs to one assailed by some shaft of verbal felicity some considerable time after the barb has penetrated. Sir James C. Percy, in an article which recently appeared in John O'London's Weekly, is sweetly and trustingly credulous; he believes that all the famous bon mots which enliven the pages of memoirs and biographies, really were impromptu.
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THE MUSKOKA WOOD MFG. CO. LTD.
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THE MUSKOKA WOOD MFG. CO. LTD.
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Women and their Work
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Schools for the Home-Maker
Preparation for Christmas at Montreal Cooking School has a glamor all its own
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ANNE ELIZABETH WILSON
IF A girl or woman cannot learn to cook in thirty lessons,” said Mother St. Mary Edith, Directress of the Montreal Cooking School at the Mother House of the Congregation of Notre Dame, “then there is no further use in her attempting it.” And, as pupils at the school well know, it is more expensive to miss lessons than to attend them.
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Women and their Work
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Christmas Preparedness
Properly planned, the Christmas dinner need not be a nightmare to the hostess
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MARGARET E. READ
THE secret of a successful Christmas dinner lies in early plans and preparations. The first thing to be done is to decide upon the menu, which should be written out so as to avoid any possibility of omission. Much of the heaviest work can be done well in advance.
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Home Beautiful
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Adventures in Home Building
Two amateur furnishers discover how to ‘do’ a mans room on forty dollars
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MARY AGNES PEASE
OUR amateur furnishers, Olive and Sandy, having completed the living room, dining room, and bedroom of their house, as described and illustrated in previous articles of this series, decided that as the Christmas holidays were at hand, they would furnish only Sandy’s ‘Retreat’ and the kitchen, before the festive season.
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Maclean's_19271215_0040_024_0085.xml
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The Investor’s Survey of Canadian Industry
Number Seven: The Mining Industry
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A. W. BLUE
THE spectacle of a record turnover of 3,500,000 shares on the Toronto mining market in a single day, with two million share days a matter of ordinary routine, affords a slight measure of the public interest in mining stocks. The Toronto Stock Exchange has recently enlarged its facilities for the handling of mining shares.
Maclean's_19271215_0040_024_0086.xml
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Maclean's_19271215_0040_024_0090.xml
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Financial Queries
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Question—Kindly note the attached circular from the Canadian Pacific Railway Co. offering limited amounts of stock to employees on special terms. Would you kindly give us your opinion as to the advisability of an employee subscribing for five shares of this stock at the quoted price of $150 per share, paying for the same at a rate of five dollars per share per month.
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Maclean's_19271215_0040_024_0092.xml
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Question—I have five shares of the capital stock of the Ontario Equitable Life and Accident Insurance Company, of par value $100. I paid $37 per share in 1924. Could you tell me where I might dispose of these? Are there any firms which would be able to handle them for me?
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Fifty-fifty—He: “Mabel says she thinks I’m a wit.” She: “Well, she’s half right.”—Boston Reanpot. One on the Cop—Cop on shore: "I'm going to arrest you when you come out of there.” Man in Water: “Ha. Ha. I’m not coming out. I’m committing suicide.”
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Maclean's_19271215_0040_024_0100.xml
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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THANKS to splendid co-operation on the parts of the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railways and the provincial educational authorities, children scattered over the northern fringes of Ontario are having education brought to them by means of travelling schools, conducted in thoroughly equipped railway cars, boasting desks, blackboards, libraries, teachers’ quarters and everything else tliat is needed.
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