Issue: 19290301

Friday, March 1, 1929
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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Foreground
The story that won the Five-Hundred-Dollar First Prize in MacLean's Short Story Contest
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ALBERTA C. TRIMBLE
IT LOOKS like a ruptured appendix.” Cassie Bomok made her pronouncement and subsequent explanations as professionally as if she were in uniform, though her only reason for speaking Ruthenian was to prevent her brother’s wife, transfixed with fear on the bed, from understanding.
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Who Is Blackened?
A tale of a desert feud, of a prize more lovely than the rose, and a revenge that only Oriental humor could have devised
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BENGE ATLEE
MADHA—what is it?” They huddled in the scant shade of a rock against the blistering sun, for they were naked to the waist and the blood clotted in their wounds. Behind, their dead strewed the wadi. These, the survivors of the wrath of Allah, these eleven, stripped beaten, broken sons of Ishmael watched anxiously the black object that wavered and dissolved in the mirage, that came swaying slowly out of the horizon, that took so long a time to become recognizable against the heat waves of that sun-tortured interval of flinty rock.
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Letters of a Woman M. P.
Comment, caustic and racy, on Parliamentary Ottawa’s obeisance to the great god Luck
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H. F. GADSBY
MY DEAR MARY: You have heard of the Hall of Fame? It stretches from the front door of the Parliament Building, where Fame is supposed to enter along with each new member, to the entrance of the Library which the candidates for renown do not consult as often as they might.
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Canada’s Fighting Airmen FOUR: BISHOP SCALES THE HEIGHTS
An amazing record: During his last 12 days at the front, Bishop destroyed 25 enemy planes
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MAJOR GEORGE A. DREW
WHEN Bishop rejoined his squadron late in May, 1917, he found a new and exacting task facing the scouts. After the German retreat to the Hindenburg Line the artillery on both sides required continual assistance from the air force in ranging their guns on the vital points within their new zones of fire.
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The Big Hick
A bit of high comedy concerning the sorrows of Big Time hockey and a “boob" who wasn't
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FRANK MANN HARRIS
I SEE where a Big Town team is giving forty thousand for young Creagan’s contract, which is quite a chunk of dough even after you allow the usual discount for those sporting-room head-spinners’ imagination. The old game is certainly stepping up into the big time fast.
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The St. Lawrence Question THREE: NAVIGATION
An analysis of the benefits that navigation would derive from a deep waterway to the sea
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HON. E. C. DRURY
IN THE first two articles of this series, I pointed out the persistent and insistent demand from the NorthCentral area of the United States for a deep waterway connecting the Great Lakes and the ocean. This demand is warranted by the tremendous commerce of the lakes and the immense industrial and agricultural development of the area which they serve.
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Speed Is Their Game
Canadian speed-skaters, both men and women, have hung up an astonishing record of championships won and records smashed
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H. H. ROXBOROUGH
LAST December, at a great ice carnival held in the city of Detroit, Michigan, three speed-skating races for girls were the feature attractions. Among the many contenders in these three races for the Michigan championship were three girls from Toronto.
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A Day With Banners
Let cynical Oldsters call it calf love if they will, but youth, at sixteen, will always find it a terrifyingly painful pleasure
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BEATRICE
WILLIAM REDPATH
ON THE peaceful air of a warm October afternoon the voices of the women gathered around Mrs. Green’s bridge table reached as far as the hammock where a gray-clad figure reclined. By the expression on Richard Green’s face, by the passion with which he struck at an inoffensive cushion with a clenched fist, it was apparent that the conversation was distasteful.
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Mirth and Mud PART TWO
Being another chapter from the tragically comic experiences of the P.P.C.L.I. concert party, entitled: Orphans are Orphans
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J. W. MCLAREN
IN MY last epistle I described the gradual growth of entertainment from the early days of the war up till June, 1916. I told of how reluctantly the troops come to see the first show on a compulsory parade and how, after the first two or three numbers on the programme, they were more than satisfied with the idea and applauded for more.
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Brass, Brains and Backbone
The story of the McAvitys, of Saint John—an epic of courage, vision and determination
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Louis ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM
WHEN I was but a little lad,” as the frayed old song has it, I recall seeing often in the streets of this venerable city of Saint John a “handsome kerridge,” drawn by two sleek, prancing bays in shiny harness, and driven by a Wellerian type of coachman who wore full livery in summer and appeared in winter in a huge black busby and fur pelisse that were the admiration and envy of every small boy in the community.
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Where Are Those Snaps You Took Last Summer?
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PERHAPS you discovered a fresh beauty spot and “took” it. Or you may have an unusual “shot” of a more familiar scene. For its annual Canadian Travel Number, to be published June 1, MacLean's wants photographs of Canadian scenery taken by its readers.
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To Love and To Cherish PART FIVE
Mary leaves her rival in the field and finds herself the victim of hideous uncertainty
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CONSTANCE TRAVERS SWEATMAN
THE new arrangements were working out well. Clients brought other clients. Mary warned them all when she could waylay them, at first, and the word went around, “Just treat him as though he were perfectly well.” Mary rose each morning early, and had Paul bathed and settled for his busy day before his secretary and stenographer arrived.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Why Germany Wants a New Navy
Memorandum to German Reichstag Outlines International Situation—New Vessels Needed.
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THE ENGLISH REVIEW OF REVIEWS
THE German Reichstag has voted credits for the building of an armored cruiser, the Panzerkreuzer A, which is to be the first of four 10,000-ton vessels to replace the six obsolete battleships the Peace Treaty allowed Germany to retain. In this connection, a memorandum addressed to the Reichstag by General Groener, outlining the views of the German Ministry of Defence concerning the present international situation, is of unique interest.
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Planning to Span Spain and Africa
Spanish Commission is Considering Tunneling Under Straits of Gibraltar.
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WALTER LITTLEFIELD.
IF A COMMISSION appointed by King Alfonso of Spain decided that the scheme is practicable, a tunnel uniting Spain and Morocco, in Africa, is a possibility of the near future. The details of the proposed huge feat of engineering—the tunnel would pass under the Straits of Gibraltar—have been worked out by a Spanish engineer, Carlos Ibanez de Ibero, and are described, as follows, by Walter Littlefield, writing in the New York Times:
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Wit Wisdom and Whimsicality
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One Chap?—One chap boasts of how many cigarettes his lights to the gallon.— Nipawa News. Speed Need—You could keep the boys on the farm if you bought them tractors that made sixty miles an hour.—Life. He’s not Alone—A ninety-year-old editor in Kansas spent his birthday at his desk as usual.
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Incorrect Eating Cause of Disease
Eminent Surgeon Claims Ailments Practically Unknown Among Primitive Peoples.
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SIR W. ARBUTHNOT LANE
ACCORDING to Sir W. Arbuthnot Lane, writing in the Neiu York Times, in one respect at least we are decidedly inferior to the so-called “savage” tribes—we don’t know how to eat. In consequence we impose upon our frail human flesh burdens which result in all manner of diseases unknown to less pampered peoples.
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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Yes, I have a minute to spare in which to thank you for, and compliment you on, the stand you are taking on the St. Lawrence Question, and to endorse Mr. Drury’s declaration that “Such a result would be nothing short of . . .a veritable sin . . . against mankind.”
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CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED
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CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED
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A Page About People
A Veteran of Veterans
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BELIEVE it or not—to borrow the cartoonist’s phrase—there is living to-day in an Ontario town a man, now in his eighty-third year, who has seen service in five different campaigns, two of them as widely separated as the Fenian Raid and the Great War; who has made unsuccessful attempts to fight in as many more; and who manages to exist upon the princely pension of $20 per month that a grateful country considers adequate reward for his services.
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED: Mobiloil
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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Our Population Problem
A Reply to Mr. Drury
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THE Editor, MacLean's Magazine: As constant readers of your valuable magazine we have been greatly interested in the four articles written by the ex-premier of Ontario—Mr. E. C. Drury. While we do not agree with many of the conclusions reached by Mr. Drury, we have no doubt as to the sincerity of his endeavor.
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC Co. Limited
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CANADIAN KODAK CO., LIMITED
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CANADIAN KODAK CO., LIMITED
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Sees Germany Through Rosy Glasses
American Correspondent Believes That Fatherland is Finding Self-Respect, Content and Peace.
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LINCOLN EYRE.
A FEW weeks ago, S. Parker Gilbert, representing the Reparations Commission, very nearly succeeded in staggering the world by his report on the economic condition of Germany. Now that we are certain Germany is prospering commercially, it is interesting to learn what changes, in other respects, have taken place in the republicanized Fatherland of to-day.
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Says Labor Tyrant in Australia
Antipodean Nation Had 360 Strikes in 1926 and 436 in 1927— Workers’ Losses More Than $5,000,000.
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G. C. DIXON
IF TWENTY-FIVE Australians were stranded on a desert island I believe that within a week twenty-four of them would be engaged in a cricket match and the twenty-fifth would be busy persuading the umpires to go on strike.” Thus Mr. G. C. Dixon in the London Mail.
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Cold Weather From Volcanos
Rock-dust in Upper Air Cuts Off Sun's Heat and Light, Lowering Temperature.
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AMERICAN WEEKLY
METEOROLOGISTS believe that variations of weather from year to year occur in a more or less rhythmical way; but of the many factors that influence its behavior, volcanic dust is often overlooked, says a writer in The American Weekly (New York).
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The Odd Column
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SINKING HILL
For years a considerable section of landscape near Vanguard, Saskatchewan, has been slipping, with the result that there is now a canyon where once was a hill
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THE prairie, even though it lacks trees and mountains, has many natural points of interest. Not least among these is the place which is so well-named, Sinking Hill. A few miles from the town of Vanguard, Saskatchewan, about one mile east of the Turkey-Track Ranch, there is a range of hills quite similar to other ranges in the district, but there is one strange bit of Nature’s work here that draws visitors from miles around and awakens their curiosity.
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They All Agree Democracy Best
New Central European States Evince No Desire for Restoration of Old Monarchies.
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CENTRAL EUROPEAN OBSERVER
THE Central European Observer, published in Prague, Czecho-Slovakia, informs us that the new states of Central Europe, from the Baltic to the Atlantic, have been celebrating the tenth anniversary of the attainment of their independence.
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Western Ideas May Bring Revolt
Pigtails, Fezzes and Veils Are Under the Ban in the EastTrousers and Hats at a Premium.
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LITERARY DIGEST
THAT the once inscrutable and changeless East is now suffering from a severe attack of extreme Westernization can hardly be doubted. This process is not unattended by revolt and distrust, as may be learned by scanning some excerpts on the subject of Eastern modernity which the Literary Digest has culled from widely-scattered sources.
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The Scrapbook
World's Work
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INDIA has been compiling mortuary statistics of human beings killed by wild animals. Figures for 1927 are the latest available. In that year, 1,033 persons were slain by tigers, while 1,368 Shere Khans succumbed to rifles and deadfalls. Leopards accounted for 218 humans, Mowgli’s Gray Brother pack for 465, bears for 78, wild boars for 85, elephants for 56.
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"Darkest Africa” Seeing the Light
Rapid Political and Economical Progress in Evidence in Region Once Famous for its “City of Blood.”
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LORD LUGARD
BRITISH WEST AFRICA was little known to the present generation except for its associations with Kumasi, “the place of slaughter,” and of Benin, “the city of blood.” Its walled towns, bellicose tribes of Ashantis, Fulahs, and others of multitudinous race and speech, had bequeathed a legacy of warfare and strife that had scourged the land for ages.
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MacLean’s $250 Essay
What “Canada in the Great War“ Taught a Saskatchewan School Girl
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MARY ELIZABETH BANKS
TEN years ago Canada emerged from a great struggle, a struggle that for four years had drained her resources and taxed her endurance to the utmost. A decade of readjustment has since elapsed, and this seems a fitting time to get Canada’s war effort in perspective and read the lessons it would teach.
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Houlding & Coleman Limited
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BOSTON VARNISH COMPANY
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TAVANNES WATCH COMPANY.
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TAVANNES WATCH COMPANY.
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G.B.S. Wants Everyone Like Himself
British Foremost Satirist Attempts a Prophecy Concerning the Next Growth of Civilization.
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GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
WHETHER one thinks of George Bernard Shaw as one of the most profound and original thinkers of our time or merely, as does Mr. G. K. Chesterton, a man with a large heart in quite the wrong place, it must be admitted that when the mighty Shavian once delivers himself of a pronouncement, he does so in language well worth reading.
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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Thinks Cancer Surgery Barbarous
Problem of World-Shortage of Radium for Cure of Cancer Must Be Solved, Says Specialist.
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NEW STATESMAN
ARGUING the case for radiation in the treatment of cancer as superior to the knife, “Lena” contributes an article to the New Statesman in which he maintains that the moment seems opportune for the British Government to “consider the conditions under which the radiation of cancer should now be undertaken—whether by any individual who can buy some radium, whether by our few radiologists, or by the surgeons themselves in a last effort to retain their ghastly monopoly in cancer, or by properly organized institutes, like those in several other countries.
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MERCURY MILLS LIMITED
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ON YOUR TEA-TABLE
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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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THREE-IN-ONE OIL COMPANY
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SUN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA
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The Auto Knitter Hosiery Co., Ltd.
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The Auto Knitter Hosiery Co., Ltd.
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CRANE LIMITED,
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CRANE LIMITED,
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Croquettes Are Delicious
When they are daintily prepared, croquettes are both appetizing and satisfying
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KATHERINE M. CALDWELL
CROQUETTES, if they are well made, deserve to be given the place of honor as the main dish of a carefully planned meal. Given the opportunity, they will lend distinction to the menu and will tempt equally the finicky appetite or the hearty zest for what is good to eat.
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THE HOME BEAUTIFUL
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Keeping Up With Spring
With skilful use of colorful fabrics it is comparatively easy to brighten old rooms and keep them in tune with the new out-of-doors
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MARY AGNES PEASE
IN THE spring of the year we all yearn for change. Distant fields look particularly green, we want to see green, new people, wear new clothes, and have a different environment. It may have been this urge to be foot-loose and fancy free in the growing season that was responsible for that perennial upheaval known as “Spring Cleaning.”
Maclean's_19290301_0042_005_0083.xml
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CANADIAN HOMES & GARDENS
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S. C. JOHNSON & SON, LTD.
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Latest Security Styles Present New Features
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A. W. BLUE
INNOVATION and change are the order of the day, and this truism applies as much to investment practices as it does to every other sphere of our human activities. With the spread of public interest in securities and investment, and the tremendous increase in the number of actual and potential investors, new styles in securities have come into vogue in order to cater to the varying tastes and requirements of the great investing public.
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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY LIMITED
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STROMBERG-CARLSON TELEPHONE MFG. CO. OF CANADA, LTD.
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STROMBERG-CARLSON TELEPHONE MFG. CO. OF CANADA, LTD.
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Financial Queries
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Question—I wish to invest $400 for my daughter, aged 13. Would you kindly advise me what to buy, or recommend, some stock that, is selling low now and is likely to appreciate in value in two or three years? —Subscriber, Alberta. AnswerI understand that you desire to purchase speculative securities which offer a reasonable prospect of increasing in value, in order that you may increase your capital.
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Insurance Queries
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Question—Please give some information about the Pioneer Insurance Company, head office, Winnipeg?—C.T., Alberta. Answer—The Pioneer Insurance Company, with head office at Winnipeg, was incorporated under Dominion Life Insurance in January, 1927.
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In the Editor's Confidence
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ACCORDING to press despatches, the British Empire Marketing Board, in its propaganda work on behalf of Canadian products, is using as an emblem of this Dominion the buffalo in preference to the beaver. The reason given is that the buffalo proves more effective for “display purposes.”
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MACLEAN'S
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KELVINATOR OF CANADA Limited
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KELVINATOR OF CANADA Limited
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