Issue: 19290415

Monday, April 15, 1929
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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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3,4,5,58,59,60,63,64
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THE PILOT
A two-part story of love and adventure in the days when brother fought brother
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JAMES H. POWER
IT WERE far better for us to receive the blows of Fate with a smile rather than to fret ourselves in an endeavor to unravel her skeins and to rail against what we mayhap deem our misfortune. While I can so philosophize at the present writing, yet I remember I was as impatient as any youth that summer afternoon in the year of grace 1862.
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In Remembrance
Here is graven in stone the deathless record of a nation's martial achievement
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W. W. MURRAY
THIS is the first inscription oneencounters upon entering the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower which dominates in stately grandeur the Parliament Buildings at Ottawa. It is Canada’s sanctuary, destined perhaps in future years to become a shrine toward which all will turn in grateful remembrance of the men and women who sowed the seeds of those great endeavors from which Canada and Canadians have grown.
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8,9,78,79,80,82
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The Breed of Pioneers
The story of a certain woman who endured ordeal by fire and thereby discovered the mettle of a people, crude and rugged and very fine
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LESLIE MCFARLANE
A WHITE cloud billowed against the sunset beyond the stippled wall of pine. The village was silent. The lake was calm. She crouched in the window-seat, peering out at the great cloud. Her husband was a tall, gloomy shadow, standing motionless by the table.
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“It’s the Same Man!”
The story of how the finger-print sleuths at Ottawa have made identification the nemesis of the criminal
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WILFRED MURPHY
JOHN SMITH has just been found guilty of passing a worthless cheque. But apparently he is not feeling very blue about it for he is smiling amiably as he sits in the prisoner’s box. In his testimony he has claimed it was his first offense and apparently everyone believes him.
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The St. Lawrence Question
CONCLUSION: INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS
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HON. E. C. DRURY
ANY study of the St. Lawrence problem would be incomplete without some consideration of the international aspects of the question. Is Canada being asked to give up anything of her rightful sovereignty over the river from which she took her birth? Is she likely to be led into an entangling arrangement which may threaten her future freedom of action? Above all, will co-operation with the United States in this prospect foster or imperil those good relations between the two nations which have so happily prevailed for considerably more than a century? An answer to these questions is vastly important.
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12,13,90,91
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Wistaria
This story was one of the six given Honorable Mention in MacLean's 1928 Short Story Contest
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ALBERTA C. TRIMBLE
JULY, the rose season almost over. As with bare hands she fervently stirred the earth about her Madam Edward Heriot, Freda prayed that another bud would open during the night for the old gentleman whose wife was in the hospital. Her favorite rosebush, a gift from her father—selling these particular blooms was like selling part of herself.
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14,15,76,78
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The Militant Maggot
A rollicking tale of a timid lover, a tempestuous parent and the perils of entomology
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ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM
OCTAVIA GRESHAM polished off a little morsel by John Sebastian Bach, ended with a crashing, resonant chord that made seven musicians, including Gluck and Handel, roll over in their graves, and, turning gracefully on the piano stool, accepted the applause of the dozen or so music-lovers and their husbands who had been tricked into coming to Mrs. Sowers-Watkins’ delightful musicale.
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Training a Nation’s Birdmen
Adventure and excitement are all “part of the course” at the Jericho Beach flying station
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AUBREY F. ROBERTS
THE Vancouver unit of the Royal Canadian Air Force at Jericho Beach is primarily a school for the training of pilots in the delicate art of manipulating seaplanes but on more than a few recent occasions it has flown into the limelight as a school for adventure.
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He’s Brushed Himself a Fortune
There was a time when the output of the Simms brush plant at Saint John could be delivered in a handcart. To-day, its products go to twenty-five countries
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CHARLES WHITNEY GILCHRIST
CARRYING coals to Newcastle they called it. When Thomas Stockwell Simms went to England nearly half a century ago with a pocketful of brushes which he had manufactured in his little two-byfour shop in Saint John, New Brunswick, doubting Thomases made all manner of wisecracks.
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21,53,54
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A Schoolroom on Wheels
Recording an experiment in applied Canadianism that is schooling the school-less North
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BURNHAM WYLLIE
IT'S nearly two hundred miles long, and as wide as the right of way of the railroad that runs north and west through the wilderness north of Capreol in Northern Ontario. There are well-traveled lanes that lead as far as the last tie-camp, trapper’s hut or settler’s cabin: one lies on the line of the Canadian National and the other along the line of the Canadian Pacific.
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22,23,24,54,56
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A ValorRuined Man
A story of the courage of men, the irony of facts and the valor that knows no recrimination
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NORMAN REILLY RAINE
E. J. DINSMORE
STRETCHED out on his chicken-wire bunk with a haversack under his head, Starling, commander of “C” Company, looked up sharply from his reading as a mud-plastered runner from battalion headquarters pushed aside the gas curtain and entered the dugout.
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Bad Taste!
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H. Napier Moore
IN ITS April 1 issue, MacLean's published an editorial reproaching certain United States publications for featuring articles on the possibility of a future war between Great Britain and the United States. In deploring such stupid talk, the opinion was expressed that Canada, so often described as the “interpreter” between the two nations, can do a lot in the way of bringing about a closer understanding.
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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’Tis Music to Our Ears Editor, MacLean’s: Allow me to congratulate you on the recent publications of MacLean’s magazine. It is indeed gratifying to know that we have a magazine which is presenting Canada and Canadians to the Canadian people.
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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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Einstein Theory Baffles Scientists
Finds Gravity and Electricity Same Force—Has Formula for Proof
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ALDEN P. ARMAGNAC
NO event in the scientific world has made more of a stir than the publication of Professor Albert Einstein’s Zur Einheitlichen Feldtheorie, in which the master of modern mathematical magic has apparently accomplished what science’s leaders have been trying to do for years.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Declares Britain Needs Salesmen
London Journal Points Out Decline of British Trade is Due to Bad Salesmanship.
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DAILY MAIL
GREAT BRITAIN’S sale of goods to India is slowly declining. This much can be learned from reading a report on Overseas Trade recently summarized by the London Daily Mail. Also the same journal’s comments on the report. Its theory of “salesmanship” is one with which the representative Canadian businessman can hardly be expected to agree, as witness this attempt at definition: “In India, British manufactures have to compete with goods made by foreign countries which may be of greatly inferior quality but can often be sold well below the price of our goods and which serve their purpose so far as the Indian customer is concerned.
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COLGATE’S, Dept.: COLGATE'S
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COLGATE’S, Dept.
COLGATE'S
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Didn’t Know He Was King
Scotland Yard Detective Describes Experience While Guarding King George.
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EDWIN T. WOODHALL
WE WILL suppose that you are, in your capacity as detective, attached to the King of England. And that the King took it into his head to wander about the streets of a great city incognito. What do you think would happen? Mr. Edwin T. Woodhall, in the Graphic answers the question, for an exactly similar experience was his.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Is Red Army a Mere Bluff?
Former Secretary to Stalin Says Russia Has No Intention of Resorting to Arms.
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B. BAZHANOV
MANY financiers, businessmen, and holders of some form of property tremble at the very thought of the ravaging Red Army of Russia. If they listen to D. Bazhanov, late secretary to Stalin, and editor of the anti-Bolshevist Vozrozhdenye, published in Paris, they will be reassured.
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Wit Wisdom and Whimsicality
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Ambidextrous—The girl who thinks no man is good enough for her may be right, but she is more often left.—Pup. Static—All that a wave of prosperity means to most of us is the privilege of watching others buy better cars.— Lindsay Post. Do You?—The great are an inspiration when you see them close.
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Chrysler's
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Build the Indoor Pusher
A Page for the Boy whose hands itch to make a model airplane that will fly
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MERRILL HAMBURG
BUILDERS of the Baby R. O. G., the little airplane model described recently in MacLean’s Magazine, found that they had a ship which would zoom and circle and stunt in their parlors —a model with endless possibilities for entertainment. Now they are ready for a more advanced miniature aeroplane, and here are plans for it—the indoor pusher.
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Says Nervous Folk Need Sleep
Writer for Medical Journal Claims That Slumber is the Completest Form of Rest.
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BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL
SLEEP is the cheapest luxury that a man can afford, and he is content if Nature lets him dream away a full third of his existence. Any indulgence over and above this is reckoned a bad habit, except by Solomon Slow and those with whom rising early in the morning never did agree; while only the most highly gifted, like Edison and Napoleon, can reduce the rest-period to four or five hours a day and awake thoroughly refreshed.
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Palmolive, Dept.: PALMOLIVE
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Palmolive, Dept.
PALMOLIVE
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THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.: Barrett
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THE BARRETT COMPANY, Ltd.
Barrett
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Are We to Hit the Moon?
Sir Oliver Lodge Thinks Loss of Centrifugal Force Will Bring This About—U. S. Scientist Agrees.
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DR. H. H. SHELDON
NOT so long ago Sir Oliver Lodge, the world-famous physicist, speaking at Morley College, Westminster, London. visualized the possibility of the moon colliding with the earth. Of course this is to happen in the “millions of years or so from now” beloved of scientists.
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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USL BATTERY LIMITED: USL
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USL BATTERY LIMITED
USL
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He Tilts at Fond Delusions
British Scientist Laughs at Widely Held Beliefs—Says Body Does Not Change Every Seven Years.
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PROFESSOR J. ARTHUR THOMSON
IT IS one of mankind’s most cherished delusions that every particle of the body changes every seven years. Professor J. Arthur Thomson, in John O’London’s Weekly characterizes this venerable belief as a “nonsensical guess.” Nor does he stop there; he goes on to tell us of other examples which have served a generation bombarded with scientific fact as a soothing cradle of definite if ridiculous belief.
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Thinks Theatre Perishing
Eminent Critic Believes That High Prices of Seats and Low Standards of Morality Are Ruining Playhouse.
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ST. JOHN ERVINE
MR. ST. JOHN ERVINE is “guest critic” of the New York World: also he is a dramatist of first rank and one of the most honest and fearless reviewers of plays this generation has known. In the Theatre Magazine he undertakes to analyze the apparent failure of the theatre all over the world.
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H. J. HEINZ CO.,: HEINZ
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H. J. HEINZ CO.,
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Should Privy Council Be Paid?
English Barrister Believes That They Should—Only Lord Chancellor and Lords of Appeal Remunerated.
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GRAHAM BROOKS
THE Privy Council. What a flavor of immense dignity and puissance these three words convey! And yet how few, aside from the legal profession, know anything of the workings of this august body. Graham Brooks, in John O’London’s Weekly, sheds much light on the position and authority of the Council.
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Calls Dictatorships Calamities
Famous British Newspaper Says They Represent Mob Rule and Poison a People’s Blood.
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MANCHESTER GUARDIAN
IT would seem to be quite obvious that the Manchester Guardian (England) does not approve of dictatorships. Sterner phrases than the following would be hard to pen: “It is commonly supposed that democracy is a form of mob rule and a dictatorship is the rule of the elite.
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Claims 86 Per Cent of U. S. Poor
Secretary of Labor Davis Avers That the Average American Worker is Not Living in Utopia.
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U. S. PRESS
THE dwellers on the North American Continent are so accustomed to hearing never-ending talk of prosperity in the United States that it must come as somewhat of a jolt to find Mr. Davis, U.S. Secretary of Labor, in a letter to the Western Mail and South News of Cardiff, Wales, informing us that eighty-six per cent of Americans are poor.
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Minorities Are Europe’s Problem
Writer in the Outlook Believes Question of Small Racial Groups Grave Menace to European Peace.
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T. R. YBARRA
T.R. YBARRA, writing to the Outlook and Independent from Berlin, Germany, believes that the “disgruntled minorities” of Europe are one of its greatest problems. . His language is nothing if not frank. For example: “With a few bright exceptions, it seems to be beyond the power of any European Continental racial unit to live harmoniously within the same national frontiers with any other unit.
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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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The Odd Column
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Loom o’ Fundy
The Bay of Fundy plays many tricks on mariners but none so amazing as the mirage for which it is famous.
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L. A. Cunningham.
THE Fundy pilots and seamen, familiar with the tricks of the great bay, call it “loom.” Many and marvelous are the stories of the mirage that mocks the desert-weary travelers. The loom is every whit as remarkable, but to most people, even to dwellers along the Fundy coast, it is quite unknown.
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The Peterborough Canoe Company, Limited
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The Peterborough Canoe Company, Limited
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BERRY BROTHERS
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BERRY BROTHERS
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About People
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W. W. Murray
DESCENDING from the SydneyGlace Bay street car at Caledonia Crossing a few days ago, a stranger to Glace Bay accosted an urchin at the foot of Lake Road. “Can you tell me where Mr. Morrison lives?” “Whut Mr. Morrison?’’ “Mayor Morrison.”
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Grape-Nuts
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Prest-O-Lite Storage Battery Co., Limited: Prest-O-Lite
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Prest-O-Lite Storage Battery Co., Limited
Prest-O-Lite
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Foch Describes Armistice Parleys
Declares Germany Asked for Immediate Cessation of Hostilities —Claimed to Be Threatened by Bolshevism.
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STEPHANE LAUZANNE
AT LAST the story of the signing of the Armistice is told in Marshal Foch’s own words. The recital is dramatic, in an oddly restrained 'way, and is reported by Stephane Lauzanne, Editor of Le Matin, and reprinted in the Living Age. On the morning of November 8, a cold rainy day, General Weygand came to the Marshal to inform him that the German plenipotentiaries had arrived.
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Which is First: Mind or Body?
“Do We Cry Because We Feel Sorry, Or Do We Feel Sorry Because We Cry?”
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PROF. J. ARTHUR THOMSON
THE Zulus have an old saying that beer makes the body feel pleasant. Translated into scientific lingo this means that pleasant tastes and emotions favor the secretion of the digestive juices, or what Prof. J. Arthur Thomson would style the “rhythmic movements of the food-canal.”
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TRAUB MFG. CO. OF CANADA LIMITED: TRAUB
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TRAUB MFG. CO. OF CANADA LIMITED
TRAUB
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THE QUAKER OATS COMPANY,
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THE QUAKER OATS COMPANY,
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Procter & Gamble, Ltd.,: Chipso
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Procter & Gamble, Ltd.,
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KELVINATOR OF CANADA, LTD.: Kelvinator
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KELVINATOR OF CANADA, LTD.
Kelvinator
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Gives Reasons for Dictatorships
Parliamentary Governments Have Been Tried and Proved Unsatisfactory, Says Authority on Government.
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SIR SIDNEY LOW
IF A list is made of the countries which have, for the nonce at least, abandoned a parliamentary form of government and substituted a dictatorship, it will be found to be an imposing one. Included will be Italy, Spain, Turkey, Persia, Greece, Portugal, Bulgaria and Soviet Russia.
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CANADIAN JOHNSON MOTOR COMPANY, LIMITED: The SEA-HORSES
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CANADIAN JOHNSON MOTOR COMPANY, LIMITED
The SEA-HORSES
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LIQUID VENEER
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nurses know
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Forhan's
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E.W. GILLETT CO. LTD.
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E.W. GILLETT CO. LTD.
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Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0070.xml
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Richards-Wilcox Canadian Co.Ltd.
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Richards-Wilcox Canadian Co.Ltd.
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Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0071.xml
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CREO-DIPT COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
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CREO-DIPT COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
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Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0072.xml
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Modess
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Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0075.xml
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0076.xml
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E. R. Squibb & Sons of Canada, Ltd.: SQUIBB'S
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E. R. Squibb & Sons of Canada, Ltd.
SQUIBB'S
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Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0077.xml
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CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED: DUCO
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CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED
DUCO
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Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0078.xml
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SCOTT & McHALE LIMITED
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SCOTT & McHALE LIMITED
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VEEDOL Motor Oils
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KOTEX COMPANY OF CANADA LTD.: KOTEX
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KOTEX COMPANY OF CANADA LTD.
KOTEX
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Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0082.xml
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THE CANADA PAINT CO. LIMITED: ROGERS
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THE CANADA PAINT CO. LIMITED
ROGERS
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Studebaker
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Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0087.xml
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Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co. Limited
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Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co. Limited
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T.S. Simms and Co. Limited
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T.S. Simms and Co. Limited
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Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0090.xml
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Shop Talk About Chops
Describing some novel and useful methods of cooking and serving a favorite meat dish
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KATHERINE M. CALDWELL
CHOPS and cutlets cannot, on the whole, be said to lack appreciation; served in their simplest and most familiar forms they are steady favorites in the average household, the only frequent criticism against them being on the score of price. There are, however, chops and chops—just as there is variety in steaks and roasts; chops which are taken from the prime cuts naturally correspond in price to the choicer roasts.
Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0091.xml
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Batchewana Rugs
Exquisitely designed in barbaric colors, the rugs of the Ojibway are true native art
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MABEL CREWS RINGLAND
WHEN starting on our summer adventure into the northland, we expected many joyous surprises, but we were not prepared to unearth, in the far hinterland, an exquisite native art. We had heard of Batchewana rugs and hoped to find a few of them, but it was primarily the marvelous fishing that brought us so far from home into the Lake Superior country of Ontario known as Algoma, the haunt of deer and moose, bear and wolf, wild goose and grouse and mammoth speckled trout.
Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0093.xml
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Making the Most of Wildflowers
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NANCY DARNELL
WHEN spring comes there is a madness which seizes everyone in general and children in particular—the hunting and picking of wildflowers. When from afar, you see your eldest, limping footsore down the road, burdened under what seems a staggering load of white laundry, you will know that he has located a cache of trilliums.
Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0094.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Sentiment is Potent Factor in Stock Market Fluctuations
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A. W. BLUE
ANYONE who has followed the speculative markets at all is familiar with the notorious instability of security prices. Stocks fluctuate up and down in a disconcerting and inexplicable fashion. Like the sea the market is never at rest. Here and there the surface is rippled as sporadic waves of speculative buying or selling appear, and at times it is subject to violent agitation, as the speculation for the rise or fall is swelled to major proportions by economic or business developments that may affect industry or business as a whole.
Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0095.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Financial Queries
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Question—What is your opinion of the Manitoba Basin Mines, Limited? Would you consider the shares a good speculation?—W.W., Manitoba. Answer—Shares of Manitoba Basin Mines may be regarded as a promising speculation. The company has a large acreage in Northern Manitoba, and on which extensive mineralization has been indicated.
Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0096.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Insurance Queries
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Question—I have been offered shares and would be glad to have your opinion of their investment and speculative possibilities. —T.W.R., New Brunswick. Answer—If you are prepared to forego dividends indefinitely for possible appreciations of the value of your securities, then shares of Empire Life Insurance might suit you.
Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0097.xml
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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What Size Plate?—Teacher: “Do we eat the flesh of the whale?” Scholar: “Yes, ma’am.” Teacher: “And what do we do with the bones?” Scholar: “We leave them on the side of our plate.”—Strand Magazine. Consummate Consomme — Hungry Husband (spending Christmas in celebrated hotel): “Grace, the soup is awfully weak.”
Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0100.xml
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In the Editor's Confidence
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FEW chapters of Canada’s colorful history offer a more fruitful field to the weaver of fiction plots than do those relating to the early days of the Maritime Provinces. I do not know whether it was the urge to write fiction that caused James H. Power to delve into these chapters, or whether it was his love of them that begat the notion to write.
Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0102.xml
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MACLEAN'S
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Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0103.xml
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Swift Canadian Co., Limited.: Brookfield
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Swift Canadian Co., Limited.
Brookfield
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Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0104.xml
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102
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ONEIDA COMMUNITY LIMITED: COMMUNITY PLATE
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ONEIDA COMMUNITY LIMITED
COMMUNITY PLATE
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Maclean's_19290415_0042_008_0105.xml