Issue: 19291001

Tuesday, October 1, 1929
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MACLEAN'S
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PALMOLIVE
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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WHEAT
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MACLEAN'S
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An Industry in Peril
A startling forecast of what will happen if Canada goes on living on her lumber capital
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E. NEWTON-WHITE
SUPPOSING one of these days, your favorite newspaper were to come out with the foregoing legend on the front page, what would be your reaction? Would you be surprised? Unbelieving? Aroused? Unmoved? Interested likely, and very probably incredulous.
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So Romance Is Dead !
The North took both Tom Cowan's legs, but it had given him that which makes a Man
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COURTNEY RYLEY COOPER
THE intelligentsia, being worldly-wise, has a habit of saying that Romance, as it was known in the olden, golden days, is dead. That habit is shared in widespread fashion; this is a machine age; all is concrete and steel and gas power; frontiers are gone, characters are gone; adventure and all that goes with it has departed.
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Napoleon
A little brown fellow in the teak forest finds himself ... in the magic of a mighty name
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REGINALD CAMPBELL
M.R. NAPOLEON Alexander Van der Burgh experienced great difficulty in living up to his names, for not only was he very short and very fat, but he had the misfortune to be born into this world half-white, half-brown. His mother had been a comely Siamese woman, his father an engineer who had worked in one of the numerous cargo steamers that ply between Bangkok and Singapore.
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Where Do We Land ?
In which a plea is entered for constructive effort in scientific development of the Dominion's airports
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ARNOLD H. SANDWELL
TO THE average person, endowed with what he fondly imagines to be an open mind and proud of the scientific achievements of this century, nothing is more amusing than the “sales-resistance” of bygone generations to the ideas of thinkers and inventors.
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Beef Is Coming Back
In spite of U. S. Tariff Threat, Canadian cattle raisers are optimistic
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CHARLES LUGRIN SHAW
ALL through the foothill country of Alberta, in the grazing lands of Saskatchewan and up and down the bunch-grass country of British Columbia, the word is being passed: “Beef is coming back!” And to the patient cattlemen who have been sighing for the good old times after ten lean, bitter years, this is glad news.
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An Imperialist Irishman
Bishop Fallon, of London, is for the Empire first and last, and doesn't mind who knows it
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T. R. ELLIOTT
IT IS not hard to describe Michael Francis Fallon, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of London, Ontario. His sphere has been the church, but with a door always open toward the world, so that his eyes might see and his voice be heard. Because of what he saw, he has never receded from a clear conception of world citizenship, formed in his early years; and because of what he has said upon many occasions, the world is left in no two minds upon the views of the man who has been head of the London diocese for nearly two decades.
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11,70,71
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Marksmanship Plus!
The story of Colonel Blair, King’s Prizeman, and Bisley’s tensest shoot-off
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W. W. MURRAY
ON AUGUST 15 a medium-sized and rather sparely built British Columbian, approaching, one would judge, his middle years, sat in the luncheon hall of the Chateau Laurier at Ottawa, and amid the acclaim of hundreds of his compatriots heard himself thanked on behalf of the government and people of Canada for the honor and distinction he had brought to his native land.
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12,13,81,82,83
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A Question of Acquaintance
Old Sourmug and a change of heart, as recorded by the author of “Anne of Green Gables”
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L M. MONTGOMERY
THE fiddle was at the bottom of it all. If Dr. James Dimma had not been awakened in the “wee sma’s” by the sound of a violin on the porch of Miss Jackson’s bungalow next door he might have forgiven Arthur Binns for other things. For looking like a movie star; for asking him ten days before, “Caught anything yet?” when Dr. Dimma had been on the lake for three mortal hours without a bite; for—most unforgivable thing of all—being evidently poor and certainly unknown.
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Angel
There is a touch of the Homeric about this breathless story of the football field
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DEAN ELTHAM
THE great floodlights had been switched off, mercifully hiding the cleat-slashed stadium from mortal eyes; and the turf must have cringed from the. clammy touch of the swaths of raw November fog that poured noiselessly, weirdly, down into the horseshoe-shaped amphitheatre.
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Winslow McKay, Master Craftsman
A Grand Old Man of Nova Scotia Shipbuilding, reminisces of change and chance in the Yards
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LOUIS ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM
FOUR generations of McKays have built ships in the town of Shelburne on the south shore of Nova Scotia. Donald McKay, builder of the famous Australiantrade clippers, Lightning, James Bains and Champion of the Seas—ships that astonished the world with their marvellous speed—was born in Shelburne.
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The Perfect Ending
"Two men so faithful to the memory of one woman could not meet—and live”
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LACEY AMY
WHERE the old Indian trail rounds over the Aletippi Pass, Terry Frollingham has built himself a cabin. The new motor road, avoiding the climb, skirts the base of Mount Beppo, leaving the Aletippi and Terry much to themselves. So does everyone else, for that matter; for the Indian is scarce, the old-time packer is no more, and the few tourists who stumble on the Mountain View Hotel seven miles or so away have neither energy nor ambition to climb to Terry in his eyrie.
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A Son of Eli
Being further Adventures of Youth at Blind-Man’s-Buff with Life’s Inscrutabilities
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W. G. HARDY
FROM the window of her coach Eileen watched the landscape hurtle toward her—at least the nearer landscape did, while the trees and houses and whatnot farther back seemed to spin along with her, to move directly opposite to the telegraph poles near at hand.
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Miles —Tea Taster
The story of a man whose taste is his fortune
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SIRHINDI
IT WAS snowing lightly when I arrived at my destination within a biscuit toss of the Long Wharf of Saint John, New Brunswick. I had an appointment with a wizard —a wizard of tea. Under the circumstances I felt that no magician had chosen more appropriately a location for his cave.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Britain’s Outspoken Chancellor
A Character Sketch of the Brilliant, Crippled Socialist Who Fluttered the Diplomatic Dovecots of Europe.
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BRITISH
U. S. PRESS
BRITISH AND U. S. PRESS HERE is how the New York Times sees the British Chancellor of the Exchequer, the latest meteor on the firmament of diplomacy. “After twenty years of prominence in politics, Philip Snowden has moved into that narrow circle of spotlight which illuminates the man of the moment.
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Seadromes MaySpan Atlantic
Floating Landing - Fields to Render Ocean Passage Ordinary Exploit.
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THE NATION’S BUSINESS
TRANSOCEANIC flying continues to approach the realm of the everyday. The latest appliance for its rounding-out as a commercial proposition is the seadrome, described in detail by a writer in The Nation’s Business. “A series of eight Armstrong seadromes, or floating landing-fields,” he writes, “strung across the Atlantic at intervals of 375 miles will remove the hazard from ocean flying and make it possible to leave the United States by airplane Friday, spend Saturday and Sunday in Europe, and return to New York on Monday.
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Can Physicians Be Made Tell?
Patients’ Secrets Not Always Privileged from Revelation by Doctors, Says Law.
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LORD RIDDELL
WHAT is the position of a doctor, in possession of confidential information about a patient, and confronted with the power of the law to extract evidence from a witness? Must he tell? Lord Riddell, the millionaire proprietor of the London News of the World, devotes a chapter to the entire question in his recent book, Medico-Legal Problems.
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Wit Wisdom and Whimsicality
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It Will—“Never try to make a fool of a man,” advises a woman novelist. Let Nature take its course.—Montreal Star. Definition—Modernism: Painting soft pine to imitate oak; trying to achieve culture by the same method.—Nelson News. Strange—It is a strange commentary that the head never begins to swell until the mind stops growing.—Vancouver Province.
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FELS & COMPANY
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FELS & COMPANY
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The Textbook Controversy
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A Reply to Mr. Kreutzweiser Editor, MacLean’s: Mr. Kreutzweiser’s letter in your August 1 issue damns itself so effectively that there is scarcely any need of reply. But I should like to say a word or two. He says: “You complain in a general way about the American textbooks in use in Canadian schools.”
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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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Brickbats and Bouquets
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An Answer to Col. Kirkpatrick Editor, MacLean’s: We are very interested readers of MacLean’s in our home. We like the Canadian-ness of it, and the interesting stories and articles. We hope that before long we may be receiving it every week instead of every fortnight.
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC Co. Limited
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC Co. Limited
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Abnormality an Impulse to Genius?
Practically All World's Outstanding Minds Went With Defective Bodies—There's a Reason, Says Science.
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PLAIN TALK
WHY is it that so many of the world’s great ones have been great in spite of handicaps that would put the ordinary individual out of the running for anything but a bed in the hospital, or maybe a cell in an asylum for the insane? According to a writer in Plain Talk, the whole thing is a matter of compensations, the “drive” to excel, which is at the root óf all so-called genius, being merely a recoil, so to speak, from the inferiority complex produced by disabilities.
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Scientists See Color Television
Wireless Transmission of Natural-Tinted Pictures is Latest Development of Radio Movies.
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POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY
COLOR television is here, at least in the experimental stage,” says the Popular Science Monthly. “In the darkened auditorium of the Bell Telephone Laboratories in New York City the other day, a young woman wearing a colored dress sat before a cabinet of frosted glass—part of a new radio vision transmitter developed by Dr. H. E. Ives and his associates in the Laboratories.
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PACKARD
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CONGOLEUM CANADA LIMITED
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CONGOLEUM CANADA LIMITED
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Says Secret Diplomacy Is Passing
Chancelleries of Europe Are No Longer Haunts of Camouflage and Intrigue, Claims Sir Philip Gibbs.
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THE NEW YORK TIMES
SIR PHILIP GIBBS, the famous war correspondent and writer on public affairs, has an article in a recent New York Times drawing attention to the change which has taken and is taking place in negotiations between nations. He points out that the secret diplomacy of pre-war times is being replaced by something on a different plane altogether, and that the hole-and-corner methods of old days are passing or have passed.
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COLGATE’S, Dept.: COLGATE'S
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COLGATE’S, Dept.
COLGATE'S
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Naval Chiefs Cultivate Silence
Myth of Hearty, Outspoken Seamen Fades With Revelation of Admiralty’s Secret Methods and Political Weight
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OUTLOOK
ANOTHER popular illusion seems to have died the death in the general clearing-away of the mists and vapors once surrounding the seats of those in authority, over us. This time it is the Navy that is being de-bunked, apparently; a writer in the Outlook removes quite an appreciable layer of glamor from that silent service by assuring us that the silence is in fact very much assumed, and that the naval officer, so far from being cheerfully vacuous about his calling, is really, like Joey Bagstock, devilish deep.
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When Call Money Needed a Name
Value of Publicity in Averting a Panic is Revealed by Well-Known Banker—Stillman Squelched.
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THE NEW YORKER
FILM stars, actresses, and motor car manufacturers are, we know, avid for publicity. But that great banking institutions have hungered for the limelight—and hungered with an exceeding hunger since, at the latest, 1907—;comes as something of a shock.
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TAVANNES WATCH COMPANY (CANADA) Ltd., Montreal
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TAVANNES WATCH COMPANY (CANADA) Ltd., Montreal
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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Pepsodent
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BERRY BROTHERS
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BERRY BROTHERS
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NORTH AMERICAN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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NORTH AMERICAN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED,
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED,
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Canadian National Carbon Co., Limited: EVEREADY
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Canadian National Carbon Co., Limited
EVEREADY
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SCOTT & McHALE LIMITED
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SCOTT & McHALE LIMITED
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MACLEAN’S MAGAZINE
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MACLEAN’S MAGAZINE
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W.CLARK. LIMITED
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W.CLARK. LIMITED
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THE HONDERICH FURNITURE COMPANY LIMITED
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THE HONDERICH FURNITURE COMPANY LIMITED
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KRAFT-PHENIX CHEESE COMPANY LIMITED
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KRAFT-PHENIX CHEESE COMPANY LIMITED
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\—MalOS CLINTON CARPET CO.
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ELIZABETH ARDEN of CANADA, LTD.
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ELIZABETH ARDEN of CANADA, LTD.
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Harold F. Ritchie & Co. Ltd.
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Harold F. Ritchie & Co. Ltd.
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KOTEX COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED.: KOTEX
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KOTEX COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED.
KOTEX
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PHILIPS
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GENERAL STEEL WARES LIMITED
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GENERAL STEEL WARES LIMITED
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To Keep the Skin Soft and Clear
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Canadian Kodak Co., Limited
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CHAMPION
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USL BATTERY, LIMITED,
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CANADIAN MARCONI COMPANY
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J.T. Wait Co., Ltd.,: VICKS VAPORUB
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J.T. Wait Co., Ltd.,
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McLEOD. YOUNG. WEIR & Co. Limited
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McLEOD. YOUNG. WEIR & Co. Limited
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0071.xml
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66
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HAROLD F. RITCHIE & Co., Ltd.: Sani-Flush
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HAROLD F. RITCHIE & Co., Ltd.
Sani-Flush
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0072.xml
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67
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McCOLL-FRONTENAC OIL COMPANY LIMITED
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McCOLL-FRONTENAC OIL COMPANY LIMITED
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0073.xml
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69
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WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY CO.,
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WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY CO.,
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0074.xml
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0075.xml
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71
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0076.xml
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71
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THE BORDEN CO. LIMITED,
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THE BORDEN CO. LIMITED,
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0077.xml
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72
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0078.xml
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0079.xml
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75
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THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0080.xml
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76
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Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co., Limited
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Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co., Limited
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0081.xml
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77
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S. C. JOHNSON & SON, LTD¿
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S. C. JOHNSON & SON, LTD¿
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0082.xml
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0083.xml
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78
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Frigidaire Corporation,
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Frigidaire Corporation,
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0084.xml
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WOMEN AND THEIR WORK
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Making Housework Easy
Modern mechanical marvels have done a great deal toward banishing drudgery from the kitchen
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SYBIL GAYFORD RHIND
WHY should women carry on year in and year out with poorly equipped kitchens? This is not always a question of money. Sometimes the price of the best tool for a certain job may mean only fifty cents or less, and this same job may have to be done dozens of times every week.
Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0085.xml
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0086.xml
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0087.xml
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THE HOME BEAUTIFUL
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A House With a Past
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MARY AGNES PEASE
THE settlers in Canada in the early life of this country must have given much time and effort to the building of their houses, for some of these old dwellings are still in use in practically the same condition in which they were built. The house illustrated is a case in point.
Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0088.xml
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86
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Stevens-Hepner Co. Limited
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Stevens-Hepner Co. Limited
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0089.xml
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MAURICE J. WALSH LIMITED
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MAURICE J. WALSH LIMITED
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0090.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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What Is Market Outlook For Newsprint Securities?
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A. W. BLUE
INVESTORE are directing enquiring glances toward the newsprint group. Those who have carried newsprint securities throughout the prolonged period of reaction are anxiously wondering whether there is any early prospect of realizing satisfactorily on their -investment.
Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0091.xml
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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY LIMITED
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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY LIMITED
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0092.xml
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0093.xml
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Financial Queries
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Question—Will you kindly explain how the co-insurance clause operates in fire insurance? I have heard several explanations and am rather confused as to what actually happens in insurance if carried to an amount less than is required under the co-insurance ruling.—L. E. R., Niagara Falls.
Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0094.xml
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Now It Can Be Told—“I wonder why they say ‘Amen’ and not ‘Awomen,’ Bobby?” “Because they sing hymns and not hers.”—Prince Albert Herald. Superior—Lady: “Now, you’ve had a good dinner, are you equal to sawing wood?” Tramp: “Madam, equal is not the proper word.
Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0095.xml
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In the Editor's Confidence
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BEFORE raising the curtain on this issue, we shall glide out in front and announce in a voice trembling with emotion that MacLean's has resumed its cross-word puzzle. There’s one on page 83. It has been made apparent that in suspending that feature, which was wont to shyly tuck itself away in the back of the book, we didn’t do right by our little Nell.
Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0096.xml
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MACLEAN'S
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0097.xml
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Maclean's_19291001_0042_019_0098.xml
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