Issue: 19290315

Friday, March 15, 1929
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MACLEAN'S
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ESSEX
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POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED,
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POND'S EXTRACT COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED,
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MACLEAN'S
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Holt vs. Jones
Twin word sketches of the principals in a colossal struggle for control of Canada's most stupendous asset—hydro-electric power
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M. GRATTAN O’LEARY
FOR more than a year, Ottawa has been the cockpit of a battle, which for drama, for romance and stakes of millions, for the bitterness and character of its warfare, and for the picturesqueness of the contending personalities, has had no parallel in our time.
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Geraniums
This story was one of six awarded honorable mention in MacLean's Short Story Contest
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DEAN ELTHAM
ANTHONY GREEN, lockmaster of Number Two on the Lachine Canal, watched with something akin to malice in his usually good-natured eyes, as the John L. Savage nosed its vast wooden hulk into the western lock. Vast, indeed, for a lake freighter in those days when the New Victoria Bridge was but two years old, and side-burns were the essential badge of respectability.
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Canada’s New-Found Empire
"This Canadian Shield is the richest repository of base and precious metals in the world"
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A. P. WOOLLACOTT
THE unparalleled interest that mining men are taking in that part of Canada which extends through the “barren lands" to the Arctic and their spectacular efforts to be first on the ground have focused attention within the past year upon that half million square miles of country which lies between the Mackenzie River and Hudson Bay.
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The Salvation of Slats
The girl started it but Slats himself had a good deal to do with finishing it
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J. PAUL LOOMIS
YOU’RE back from the Big Stampede, are you? Never no more! H’mph! Boy, don’t kid an old-timer that-a-way. What if you did find some better riders, an’ wuss horses are rounded up at Calgary than graze among these hills along Butte Creek an’ the North Saskatchewan? You’ll hear the announcer bawl your name an’ see ’em yank open the chute an’ feel a quiverin’ bundle o’ steel springs an’ devilment between your knees —ride to glory or root the dust many a time yet.
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Barnyard Golf
Once a barnyard time-killer, horseshoe pitching has gone urban, donned a boiled shirt and become a national sport
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H. H. ROXBOROUGH
TIME was when horseshoe pitching, or barnyard golf as the moderns call it, was literally a product of the barnyard; if not of the barnyard, at least of the yard next to the barnyard. Those were the days when the boys swung shoes after the milking was done or after the hay was in the livery stable loft.
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Winnipeg Defies King Zero
Exit the ash can! In Winnipeg 185 downtown buildings are heated from one monster furnace
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MICHAEL O’MAYO
WINNIPEG is the coldest city in the world.” Of course, no loyal son of the Red River believes anything of the sort and so I hasten to exonerate myself from all blame. The statement is to be found in the erudite pages of the “Encyclopedia Britannica.”
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14,15,62,65,66
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The Ghost of a Lonely Do
In Petersville “the unforgivable sin is to be different," which explains Petersville's sinning in the matter of the ghost of a lonely dog
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FRED JACOB
THE haunted house did not look haunted; it only looked forlornly deserted. A brisk walker could reach it in ten minutes after leaving the outskirts of the town, but it had a history that made it an outcast among the other houses, most of them much less pleasing to look upon.
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What Does an M.P. Do?
Back benchers or front benchers, they all have to work and some of them work very hard
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A. G. DEXTER
BETWEEN campaign expenditures and the cost of operating the electoral machinery, upward of three million dollars is spent in this Dominion every time the electors are called upon to choose the men or women who will make our laws at Ottawa. And having selected the law-makers, the taxpayers of Canada pay another two millions annually to make the legislative machine run smoothly.
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Prodigies of Valor
Fifteen Canadians won the Victoria Cross during the battles of Hill 70 and Passchendaele
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W. W. MURRAY
THE Battle of Hill 70 is outstanding for two reasons: one, that it was the first major operation executed by the Canadian Corps under the leadership of Sir Arthur Currie; and, two, it was an action in which the enemy sustained the heaviest casualties of the war proportionately to the number of troops involved.
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Let the Cop Beware
In which our old friend, J. Elbert Marble, Singapore war correspondent, reports his trials and triumphs as town constable
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GEOFFREY HEWELCKE
THE Examening Editor, Associated War Corespondents’ Training School, Chicago, Ill. Dear Sir: Since I can not take a war corespondent job right now because I promised Miss Peters not to, I have decided to avale myself of your local corespondents news service scheme in which you agree to syncdicate any news I send you among the news papers of the American continent, through ought the British Empire and as far beyond as the copper wires of civilization penetrate to the darkest corner of the Globe, as per your literature which you sent me last week.
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22,23,24,32,34,36,37
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To Love and To Cherish
In which the battle of wits and wills between Neil and Carolyn reaches a dramatic climax
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CONSTANCE TRAVERS SWEATMAN
CAROLYN poured Paul’s after-dinner coffee and lighted his cigarette for him. Jessie announced Neil. He said he would not remove his light overcoat, as he had dropped in just for a moment to say good-by. He was going out of town for a few days, leaving in the morning.
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The Fleischmann Company,
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The Fleischmann Company,
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Believes Hamlet Not Mere Myth
Swedish Writer Thinks Erik, Swedish King, Original of “Gloomy Dane.”
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BARONESS PALMSTIERNA
WAS the original of Hamlet a myth, or did he really live? And if he lived, who was he?” This is the interesting question asked by the Baroness Margareta Palmstierna, daughter of the Swedish Minister in London, writing in John O’London’s Weekly.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Doesn’t Care for Modem Brevity
“Thunderer” Deplores Application of Modern Hustle to Modern Speech.
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THE TIMES (LONDON)
LONG before the days of Samuel Pepys, diarist, the changes of fashion in conversational politeness have been a never-failing theme for discussion, particularly among those of an older generation who criticized the rising generation for falling away from the habits of their elders.
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Northern Electric COMPANY LIMITED
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Northern Electric COMPANY LIMITED
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Urges Aid for British Steel
British M. P. Declares That Continental Competition Makes Duty Necessary.
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REGINALD CLARRY, M.P.
JUDGING by figures given by Reginald Clarry, M.P., in the English Review, the British iron and steel industry is in a parlous condition. Mr. Clarry tells us that last year, for the first time in Britain’s industrial history, imports exceeded exports by 206,000 tons.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Western Ideas Invade the East
But the Westernization is Only Outward, Says Orientalist.
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SIR E. DENISON ROSS
CHANGES in fashion and the mode of living which have recently been brought about in Afghanistan, Persia and Turkey, are westernizing the unchanging East—externally. But, asks Sir E. Denison Ross, Director of the London School of Oriental Studies, in an article to the Daily Mail, “will the wearing of perfectly creased trousers and bowler hats and gowns fresh from London and Paris really change the Eastern mind?” His answer is in the negative.
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Wit Wisdom and Whimsicality
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The Easy “Out”—When a man doesn’t want to lie himself he’ll quote statistics.—Fernie Free Press. And in Private—It is too bad that most men don’t take time to arrange their thoughts before speaking in public.—Soo Daily Star. Vain Hope—Our favorite announcer is becoming addicted to grammar and we expect any morning to hear him call them “sitting-up exercises.
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DE SOTO MOTOR CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED,
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DE SOTO MOTOR CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED,
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MacLean’s Essay Contest
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IN MACLEAN’S March 1 was published the essay that won the national prize of $250 in MacLean’s contest, in which this magazine offered $1,025 in cash prizes for the best essays submitted by Canadian school children on the subject, “What the Story of Canada’s War Effort Has Taught Me.”
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KOTEX
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Maclean's_19290315_0042_006_0028.xml
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COLGATE PALMOLIVE PEET CO., LTD.,
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COLGATE PALMOLIVE PEET CO., LTD.,
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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CANADIAN NATIONAL
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CANADIAN NATIONAL
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USL
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PALMOLIVE
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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He’d Sooner Have MacLean’s than Food! Editor, MacLean's: As I have a few spare minutes' to-night I thought I’d write, in reply to your invitation in the last issue of your magazine. My wife has been a subscriber to MacLean’s for over two years, and in that time it has, on its own merits, become one of the best friends we have.
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Chancellor Wants Channel Tunnel
Asserts That Danger of Invasion is Ridiculous—Says Enterprise Would Be Advance in Civilization.
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RT. HON. WINSTON S. CHURCHILL
THE man who could accurately date the first time a proposal for a tunnel under the English Channel linking England and France, would indeed be possessed of a remarkable memory. Once more this project is on the tapis and the Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill is authority for the statement that it was dismissed in forty minutes at a meeting of the Committee of National Defence by five exor future ex-Prime Ministers, albeit the scheme had the support of 400 members of Parliament.
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CREO-DIPT COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
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CREO-DIPT COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
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Two Papers That Lead Their Field
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TAKING into consideration the special difficulties with which it has had to contend, Canadian journalism in the last few years has made remarkable progress. We refer exclusively to material progress. The success of a newspaper like the Montreal Star, whose founder lately celebrated with legitimate pride the 60th anniversary of his happy effort, is as remarkable, all other things being equal, as that of the most popular tabloids of New York.
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The Coleman Lamp and Stove Co. Ltd.
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The Coleman Lamp and Stove Co. Ltd.
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THE WALLACEBURG BRASS & IRON MFG. CO. LIMITED
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THE WALLACEBURG BRASS & IRON MFG. CO. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19290315_0042_006_0043.xml
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Maclean's_19290315_0042_006_0044.xml
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Willard
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QUEBEC ADVERTISING SERVICE
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QUEBEC ADVERTISING SERVICE
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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GRAHAM-PAIGE
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HYGEOL
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Bricks and Bouquets
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What, Never? Editor, MacLean’s: Never accept another story from Edgar MeInnis. One has to beware, in this day and age, of the early crows’-feet. Too much laughter, I am sure, would induce them. A hundred thanks for “The Man Who Named Petersville.”
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Canada Dry Ginger Ale Limited,: "CANADA DRY"
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Canada Dry Ginger Ale Limited,
"CANADA DRY"
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ETHYL GASOLINE CORPORATION
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ETHYL GASOLINE CORPORATION
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Maclean's_19290315_0042_006_0056.xml
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LUX
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BRISTOL-MYERS CO.: IPANA
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BRISTOL-MYERS CO.
IPANA
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FULLER BRUSH COMPANY, LTD.,: Fuller
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FULLER BRUSH COMPANY, LTD.,
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E. R. Squibb & Sons of Canada, Ltd.
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E. R. Squibb & Sons of Canada, Ltd.
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MUELLER LIMITED
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MUELLER LIMITED
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Bulwark of $100,000,000 Protects Sun Life Investments
Unique Financial Position of Company Discussed by President Macaulay in Annual Address
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THE phenomenal growth and success of the Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada lends widespread interest each year to the annual address of the President, Mr. T. B. Macaulay. The annual meeting, which has just been held, disclosed a continuation of this expansion, but it was more noteworthy still for an announcement, almost startling in character, by Mr. Macaulay regarding the financial strength of the Company.
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Swift Canadian Co. Limited
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Swift Canadian Co. Limited
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DURANT MOTORS OF CANADA, LIMITED
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DURANT MOTORS OF CANADA, LIMITED
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A. WANDER LIMITED,: 'OVALTINE'
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A. WANDER LIMITED,
'OVALTINE'
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WOMEN AND THEIR WORK
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Tasty Banana Dishes
This versatile fruit is equally delicious whether baked, fried, creamed or used fresh
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KATHERINE M. CALDWELL
IN SEASON from January to December—modest in price—a truly sustaining food—surely the banana earns its popularity. But it must be admitted that it is seldom that the banana is loved for its worthy characteristics; we like it, not because we should but simply because we do; it slips into our affections when we are very young indeed and it does not often relinquish this early hold on our regard.
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THE HOME BEAUTIFUL
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Modernizing the Nursery
Nowadays, the aim is to make children's rooms mentally as well as physically healthy
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MARY AGNES PEASE
WHEN I saw the delightful nursery which is illustrated on this page, I could not help thinking of the contrast between it and the one portrayed in an article which I read some time ago. The author of this article described a photograph, in her possession, of her father’s nursery.
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SARNIA BRIDGE COMPANY LIMITED
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SARNIA BRIDGE COMPANY LIMITED
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Common Stocks Now Have Place on Balanced Investment Lists
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A. W. BLUE
A WELL-KNOWN newspaper editor detects what he describes as a “revolutionary change” in the interests of the newspaper reading public. More people to-day are reading the financial pages of the daily press, he affirms, than are reading the sporting section.
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DOMINION CHAIN COMPANY, Limited
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Question—I would like your opinion on the following securities which I am at present holding: $6,000 6⅛ per cent. Bank of Panama; $1,000 6 per cent. Argentine Nation bonds; $5,000 6 per cent. Fraser Companies and $2,000 6 per cent, preference shares of the Canadian Hydro-Electric Company.
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Question—I would like to have your advice in regard to an insurance company called the Commonwealth, head office, Hamilton.—R. J., Weston, Ontario. Answer—The Commonwealth Life Insurance Company is one of the newer companies operating in Ontario. It is well managed and is substantially entrenched. It is licensed by the Ontario Department of Insurance, and is, therefore, required to maintain deposits with the government for the protection of policyholders.
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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The Long, Long Trail—“How much longer are we going to wait for mummy, daddy?” “Not long now, dear. They’re just taking the last hat out of the window.” — The Jester. In no Rush—“Henry,” said Mrs. Glipping, in tearful tones. “Well, my dear?” replied Henry, looking up from his paper.
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In the Editor's Confidence
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IN OUR March 1 issue appeared “Foreground,” the story for which Alberta C. Trimble was awarded first prize in MacLean's 1928 short story contest. The logical reader, no doubt, has been expecting the story that won second prize to appear in this issue.
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Advertisement: Studebaker
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Studebaker
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THE PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN COMPANY LIMITED
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THE PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN COMPANY LIMITED
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