Issue: 19290815

Thursday, August 15, 1929
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MACLEAN'S
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H.J. HEINZ CO.
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H.J. HEINZ CO.
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HUDSON MOTOR CAR COMPANY
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HUDSON MOTOR CAR COMPANY
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POND’S EXTRACT CO. OF CANADA LTD.,: POND'S
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POND’S EXTRACT CO. OF CANADA LTD.,
POND'S
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MACLEAN'S
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Outward Bound
Even the landlubber responds to the lure that causes men to go down to the sea in ships; but the sailor—well, read:
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NORMAN REILLY RAINE
THE crowd pressed forward as the lights of the ferry danced over the black water. She bumped into the slip, and chains rattled noisily. Passengers debarked, and a heavy, three-horse dray shook the landing stage. Cars squawked stridently.
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So This Is Canada!
Disclosing an English pedagogue’s appalling enthusiasm for this Never Never Land of ours
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COLONEL A. E. KIRKPATRICK
I HAVE often asked myself the question: “Why is it that men and women from the Old Country display such appalling ignorance of Canada and things Canadian?” It is rather sad to realize that such ignorance must be put down to misrepresentation on the part of those who ought to know better.
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Can Lacrosse Come Back?
A frank answer to the query, “What killed lacrosse?” and an estimate of its chances of revival
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H. H. ROXBOROUGH
BACK in the first decade of the present century, the game of lacrosse was so deeply enshrined in the heart of sporting Canada that its permanency and supremacy seemed absolutely assured. Today, after the passing of only one generation, that sport, instead of occupying a position of country-wide prominence and respect, is actually struggling gamely to prevent a continued decline that can only result in the speedy extinction of this once overwhelmingly popular pastime.
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The Mistake
“For murder, though it have no tongue, will speak with most miraculous organ"
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LLEWELLYN HUGHES
AGAIN he looked at his watch. Amazingly steady, his hand. His mind, tranquil. Almost time he went. Everything according to schedule. At 10.8 he’d meet Watkins, the postal clerk, returning home from work. In the town he’d stop in at the ice cream parlor, leave an order.
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Twenty-Five Fathoms Down
Sixty-three years of extraordinary adventure under water has taught the world's oldest active diver that “It pays to be afraid"
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DON CAMERON
DON'T be afraid of fear; it’s the best life insurance you can carry.” Thus in thirteen words Captain Wellington B. Sphears, the world’s oldest active deep-water diver, gave me the kernel of the philosophy which has safeguarded him through sixty-three years of submarine dangers.
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10,11,44,46,48
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Hold the Sweep Line!
A bit of breath-taking drama from the newsroom where Romance sits cheek by jowl with Cynical Realism
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G. H. SALLANS
BUZZ! Three quick, angry rings. That was Joe’s signal to the news desk from the composing room upstairs. Joe was the mechanical foreman. “Now, what’s the grief?” Hardy Waring picked up the receiver of the private phone. He got what he expected—an earful.
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Sixty-Four Forty to Steel
A thrilling account of a hazardous journey from Back of Beyond to the end of steel
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ARTHUR LOWE
THE heavy sled was jerked crabwise to the top of the ice hummock; for a moment it balanced like a see-saw on the ridge, then it slithered down diagonally. A runner caught my foot, sent me sprawling. I cursed as I struggled to my feet and the Skipper laughed.
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Platitoodinous Hooey
Concerning two boys, a goat, a dog, an amateur Sherlock Holmes and the strategy of comedy
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BASIL G. PARTRIDGE
MR. RANDOLPH TERRY, head master of Horrox School, turned from surveying the oil painting over the study fireplace and called: “Come in!” Ralph Hopkins entered. This was a meeting of extremes in rank, Ralph Hopkins being the junior of all the masters at Horrox School; but the head master with suave courtesy quickly put him at ease.
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Heroes of the Hundred Days
During the last hundred days of the War, twenty-eight V.C.’s were awarded to Canadians
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W. W. MURRAY
OF THE sixty-one Victoria Crosses awarded to soldiers of the Canadian Corps during the whole four years of the Great War, twenty-eight were bestowed for deeds of valor performed in the last hundred days. “Between August 8 and November 11,” says the report of the Corps Commander, Sir Arthur Currie, “the following had been captured:
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How to Write a Short Story
“Inside stuff" about the business of being funny and the menace of the laugh that turns
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MICHAEL HARLAND
ONE Saturday afternoon near the end of January when the mercury had fallen well below zero and a bitter northeast wind was turning our seven-room castle into a veritable refrigerator, I made a hearth fire in the living room and decided to write a story.
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Mr. Absalom
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ALAN SULLIVAN
THE deep-toned chimes of the grandfather’s clock in Absalom’s study slowly chanted the tale of hours which proclaimed midnight. As the last tone lost itself somewhere in the sombre shadows of the room, Absalom, who had been sitting, head stooped and motionless, in the depths of a heavily padded armchair, looked up suddenly alert.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Fear Outbreak of Tariff War
But United States Newspapers Are Divided on Advisability of the Hawley-Smoot Shut-Out Policy.
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U. S. PRESS
THE Hawley-Smoot tariff, which is the latest gesture of the Tariff Committee of the United States Senate, seems far from being equably accepted either inside the States or abroad. Ever since the proposals for a heightened customs wall came forward in the spring, there has been a chorus of protest from foreign countries, and of warning from the home press of all shades of political opinion.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Witnesses Suffer Ordeal in Chair
But Expert Forensic Quizzers Need Not Invariably Have Their Own Way in Battle of Wits.
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JOHN HOLLEY CLARK, JR.
THE witness chair, down through the centuries, has been a far from softly cushioned one. The testifier, honest though he may be, is inevitably more or less at the mercy of the cross-examiner and his privileged imputations; and the whole art of cross-examination is one that affords an illuminating introspect into the age-old “legal mind.”
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Is Britain’s Premier Underpaid?
Taxes and Entertainment Expenses Reduce First Minister's Salary to Absurdly Lozu Amount, is Claim.
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NEW STATESMAN
THE financial position of the British Prime Minister is a peculiar one. Wielding possibly greater power and controlling greater destinies than any other single individual on earth, he is paid a salary at which a business executive of any prominence would sniff.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Eccentrics Make Queer Bequests
Aunt Eliza May Leave All to a Tomcat—You Can't Do Anything.
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J. P. POLLARD.
ONE day along toward the end of the nineteenth century, an elderly Englishwoman, fairly well equipped with treasure, dusted off an idle quill, and calling two servants to witness, she gave the quill a flourish on the dotted line, put the document carefully away, and proceeded to water the pansies.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Germany Scores Crimes of Taste
Stuttgart Exhibition Displays Atrocities Committed in Name of Art.
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NATION
ATHENAEUM.
NATION AND ATHENAEUM. THERE is in Stuttgart a Mausoleum of Bad Taste. Here is no nonsense de gustibus for those who don’t know what is good but know what they like; rank upon rank the aberrations of taste are pinned down and codified with the awful finality of German scholarship.
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Wit Wisdom and Whimsicality
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Equal Rights—Tolerance is a willingness to admit the other fellow has a right to be wrong.—Creemore Star. Law of Compensation—Boys is some harder to manage, but Nature fixes it so you don’t hate to lick ’em like you do girls.—Nelson News. Or Don’t Start—Here’s a tip to afterdinner speakers.
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British Experts Sound Warning
Falling-Off in Old-Established Foreign Markets to Be Met Only by Better Representation Abroad.
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JOHN O’LONDON’S WEEKLY
SPECTATOR
THAT all is well with British Trade no high-school economist will maintain: but exactly what it is that ails it, or what remedies to apply to its ailments—here we have another thing again. Two prominent Englishmen, in widely different walks of life, have been following the lead of the Prince of Wales, and discussing the precise nature of the trouble, and how best it may be dealt with — Lord Riddell, the great journalistic magnate, writing in John O’ London’s Weekly, and Sir Robert Hadfield, of Sheffield steel fame, who is quoted freely in a recent issue of the London Spectator.
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He Prefers Snails to People
Roumanian's Boy-King Finds Regal Trappings Irksome—Turns from Ceremony to Queer Friends.
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F. MINNIGERODE
I DON’T like people, I like snails,” said the chunkiest, tiniest bit of majesty in all Europe. The voice was strange for a child. It might have come partly through the side of his mouth, partly through clenched teeth and partly through his nose.
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Build a Model Hydroplane
This model rises from and settles on the water, and has flown for more than twelve minutes
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MERRILL HAMBURG
EVER see a model that would rise off the water? Here’s one that will. It’s similar in general design to the outdoor twin pusher described in MacLean’s Magazine recently. But it’s smaller and simpler. At Atlantic City, New Jersey, last year, an expertly constructed ship of its type flew for more than twelve minutes, rising from and settling on the water as gracefully as a giant seaplane!
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Student Howlers Amusing As Ever
A Focus Looks Like a Mushroom, But If YOU Eat it, it Feels Different to a Mushroom.
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UNIVERSITY CORRESPONDENT
THE younger generation is supposed by some to be wiser than it used to be, but its student members still go on perpetrating “howlers” with quite extraordinary facility. Here, for instance, are a number of recent examples culled from the University Correspondent:
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COLGATE’S
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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W.A.I.
The Wheat Pool Editor, MacLean’s: In your issue of July 15th appears a letter re the wheat pool, signed by one L. W. Davidson. I would like to ask Mr. Davidson if it ever occurred to him that the farmers referred to in his letter may have got tired of supporting two privately owned elevators, and decided to build one of their own? Re the falling off in his lumber business, blaming it on the pool is rather silly, but at that it may not be such a bad guess.
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W. CLARK LIMITED, MONTREAL,
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W. CLARK LIMITED, MONTREAL,
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THE QUAKER OATS COMPANY: PUFFED WHEAT
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THE QUAKER OATS COMPANY
PUFFED WHEAT
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PALMOLIVE
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HOUDE ENGINEERING CORPORATION
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HOUDE ENGINEERING CORPORATION
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FERD. T. HOPKINS & SON
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FERD. T. HOPKINS & SON
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Maclean's_19290815_0042_016_0037.xml
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Swift Canadian Co. Limited.: Swift’s Premium
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Swift Canadian Co. Limited.
Swift’s Premium
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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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Canada Dry Ginger Ale Limited,
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Canada Dry Ginger Ale Limited,
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A. Schrader’s Son, Inc.
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A. Schrader’s Son, Inc.
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TIDE WATER OIL CO.
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TIDE WATER OIL CO.
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CANADIAN POSTUM COMPANY, LIMITED,: Grape=Nuts
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CANADIAN POSTUM COMPANY, LIMITED,
Grape=Nuts
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CANADIAN CELANESE LIMITED
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CANADIAN CELANESE LIMITED
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THE “OLD BLEACH” LINEN CO., LTD.
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THE “OLD BLEACH” LINEN CO., LTD.
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Overland to Eldorado
Recording the adventures of one who took the inland route to the Klondyke in ’98
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EDMUND E. PUGSLEY
IN MacLean’s issue of October 15, 1926, there appeared the second article of a series of three by Willard S. Dill, entitled “Over the Chilcoot to Eldorado.” With the article a photo showed a group of eleven men taken in Dawson City during the hectic Klondyke days, and the author named all but four of the group.
Maclean's_19290815_0042_016_0054.xml
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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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A Champion Coyote Hunter
This modern Nimrod hunts by motor car and makes a tidy profit out of a novel sport
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E. G. BAYNE
THE prairie farmer has no need to tell a hard-luck story,” declares R. S. Cruickshank, of Herschel, Saskatchewan. “Let him go out after coyotes. That’s a nice little business in itself. I can make more money out of six good wolfhounds than the average farmer will from a quarter-section.
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Big Business Bows to Public Will
Sense of Community Still Powerful Enough to Exert Salutary Restraint on Great Corporations.
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NEW YORK TIMES
TO SOME cynics it may be refreshing to find that public opinion is still strong enough to influence great commercial interests. A case in point has very recently occurred in the States, where, says the New York Times in a leading article, the International Power & Paper Company, having gone to considerable lengths in financing newspapers about the country for its own ends, has now of its own accord decided to reverse that policy.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
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On a Par with Narcotics
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W. C. STIRLING.
PROBABLY at no time in the history of Canada has there been such an awakening to the demoralizing influence exerted on Canadian character by certain American papers and periodicals, as that which is now showing itself throughout the length and breadth of the Dominion.
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Canned Music Cause of Wrath
Musician Claims That Machine-made Music Will Never Take Place of Original Performance
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DAILY MAIL
MACHINE-MADE music has gained such a vogue in Britain nowadays as to stir the wrath of not a few musicians of the old school. One of these wants to know if the public has ceased to recognize the vital power and charm of music which express its inmost soul and which, she says, cannot be reproduced by mechanical means.
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Pontiac Big PRODUCT OF GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Pontiac Big PRODUCT OF GENERAL MOTORS OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Brings You This 21 JEWEL-Extra Thin
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Lever Brothers Limited,
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Lever Brothers Limited,
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Maclean's_19290815_0042_016_0072.xml
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ALUMINIUM (VI) LIMITED
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ALUMINIUM (VI) LIMITED
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WOMEN AND THEIR WORK
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Frozen Delicacies
Describing some delectable desserts which are ideally suited to the hot weather menu
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KATHERINE M. CALDWELL
IF THERE is a lad in your family who has reached those years in which ice cream is the ultimate joy, you will not need to worry about man-power for the turning of the ice cream freezer. The merest hint that you would be willing to combine the ingredients— and brawn and muscle are yours to command!
Maclean's_19290815_0042_016_0074.xml
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E. W. GILLETT CO. LTD.
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E. W. GILLETT CO. LTD.
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Maclean's_19290815_0042_016_0075.xml
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED,
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED,
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NO-MAR FURNITURE by Malcolm & Hill Limited
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NO-MAR FURNITURE by Malcolm & Hill Limited
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Bachelor Hall
Here is proof that mere man can achieve both charm and efficiency in housekeeping
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MARY AGNES PEASE
THERE is a more or less accepted idea that man is a helpless being as a housekeeper; that only a woman’s hand can give the home touch and keep the home wheels properly oiled and running true. A woman of my acquaintance is of opinion that men foster this idea sedulously, and never miss an opportunity to bemoan their domestic shortcomings with the ulterior motive of escape from active participation in any kind of domestic responsibility.
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WESTERN CLOCK CO., Limited,
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WESTERN CLOCK CO., Limited,
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Service of Investment Trust Valuable to Small Investor
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A. W. BLUE
WITH the growth of an investment “sense” in Canada, and the accumulation of the wherewithal to galvanize this sense into concrete action on the security markets of the Dominion, there has arisen a new investment vehicle which has firmly established itself in public favor—namely, the investment trust.
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CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS HOTEL DEPARTMENT
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CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS HOTEL DEPARTMENT
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Financial Queries
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Question—I am considering the purchase of Malartic and Newbec. I would be glad of your opinion of both.—Miss A.L.M., Ottawa, Ontario. Answer—I am not impressed favorably with the market action of Malartic Mines. The mine developed in an important way down to the 375-foot level, but below that point the values seemed to thin out very considerably.
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Led—A very small boy was trying to lead a big St. Bernard up the road. “Where are you going to take that dog, my little man?” enquired a passer-by. “I—I’m going to see where—where he wants to go first,” was the breathless reply.—Progressive Farmer.
Maclean's_19290815_0042_016_0085.xml
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
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In the Editor's Confidence
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SHALL we draw our chairs in front of the ice chest and discuss the Villain? Well, Hugh Walpole, the English critic who is constantly discovering odd little things about current styles in fiction, now complains that the villain is no more.
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MACLEAN'S
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LIBBY NEILL LIBBY: GORNED BEEF
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LIBBY NEILL LIBBY
GORNED BEEF
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W. A. SHEAFFER PEN CO. OF CANADA, Limited
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W. A. SHEAFFER PEN CO. OF CANADA, Limited
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