Issue: 19300501

Thursday, May 1, 1930
May
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MACLEAN'S
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BOSTON VARNISH COMPANY
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BOSTON VARNISH COMPANY
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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MACLEAN'S
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CHINA— A Canadian Eldorado?
An authoritative analysis of the trade opportunity which the New China offers to Canada
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JOHN ARMITAGE
MANY centuries before Canada was discovered the nations of the earth strove for the trade of China. Men gave their lives, died horrible deaths; many a bloody battle was waged by those seeking the wealth to be had from lucrative trade with that ancient China which fought them off with cannon, stinkpot and sword, fiercely determined to keep at a distance the detested “ocean men,” the “foreign devils.” Today, the new China, risen phoenix-like from the ashes of superstition and indifference, stands beckoning to the nations, and it is to Canada, to this young nation above all others, that the rejuvenated China calls.
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"Wop" May
An intimate sketch of the pilot who survived Richthofens bullets to in' augurate the 1600-mile Edmonton' Aklavik winter air mail route
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FREDERICK B. WATT
THEY'VE called him "Wop" as long as I've known him, which dates back to early public-school days. Why the title, I can't say. No one could accuse him of Latin blood. He stands six feet and a bit in his mukluks, is so marked a blonde that you have to look twice to perceive his close-clipped moustache, is as excitedly demonstrative as an iceberg, and as voluble as a sentry at the gates of Buckingham Palace.
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Faith of Fire and Roof
A tale of the Yukon gold rush
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SAMUEL ALEXANDER WHITE
CANYON CITY was glutted with men. Against up-coming stampeders a wall of flour sacks thrown across blocked the Dyea Valley trail. On top of the wall sat a ponderous, black-bearded fellow ordering travel to cease. He enforced his orders with a gee pole picked up from a broken sledge by the trailside, and he was much amused at the anger of the dark woman in the forefront of the crowd who, leading three dogs with packs upon their backs, insistently demanded passage.
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Does Canada Want Government Radio?
NO, says this writer: Government control means political control and curtailed programmes for the listener in
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FREDERICK EDWARDS
FREDERICK EDWARDS
THE Report of the Royal Commission on Radio Broadcasting of 1929, now before Parliament, recommends state ownership of radio for Canada. From the point of view of Canadian commercial radio interests, and also from the point of view of those thousands of Canadian listeners who, like myself, strongly object to politics in their radio programmes, the deep mystery of the Aird Report is: Who started this, and why? A Royal Commission is an imposing, costly, and weighty piece of governmental machinery designed to investigate grave abuses and advise remedies.
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Does Canada want Government Radio?
YES, says this writer: Government control of broadcasting is the only means by which we can prevent United States domination of the Canadian air
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JAMES A. COWAN
JAMES A. COWAN
THERE is no prospect of anything but radio subordination to the United States unless Canadian stations are nationally owned, controlled and operated.” There is the crux of the entire radio controversy. The words are those of Charles A. Bowman, of the Aird Commission, but the conviction expressed is that of all its members.
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JOHN DOE A. B.
A strange tale of murder on the high seas and the Nemesis that stalks on the heels of violence
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LOUIS ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM
A CROSS the world the Thing had followed big Jansen. He thought of it as the Thing, for ghost it was not, and human it could not be. Whiter than the whirling dust in the Soochow Road, along the Shanghai Bund, was its ghastly face; more sinister than the hidden death in the low quarters of Singapore was the menace it held for Olaf Jansen.
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THE TEMPERING
A grim tale of soldiering in India and a man who fought Fear for the sake of his family name
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ALLAN SWINTON
NIGHT had closed down. Darkness and arid heat oppressed the dusty plains of Rajputana. The railway coach was sweltering. Guy lay in his berth, and the thick yellow light cast shadows in the hollows of his Grecian features. His white figure, prone on the narrow bunk, looked like the image of a dead knight on some ancient tomb.
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Five Men in a Boat
More thrilling than fiction: Another true detective story taken from the records of the Royal Mounted Police
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T. MORRIS LONGSTRETH
HENRY VERNON
IT IS startling to see how one sensational crime affords the pattern for others, and in spite of the fact that the perpetrators of th first have been detected and punished to the severest extent of the law. The O’Brien murders in the Yukon, for instance, bestirred the Mounted Police to extraordinary efforts, attracted continent-wide attention, and after eighteen months of patient, arduous, and expensive investigation, resulted in O’Brien’s hanging.
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INSIDE STUFF
Continuing the play by play report of the political struggle at the Dominion s capital
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BEFITTING the Lenten season, Parliament has been traverising the realms of morality. His thirst for international goodwill unslaked by prohibition of liquor clearances, Mr. King followed with a treaty to stop smuggling altogether. The curious thing is that the Opposition keeps step with him.
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The Intimate Life Story of King George V
His Majesty ascends the throne, attends the Delhi Durbar and watches anxiously the growing clouds of war
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RICHARD DENT
THE Renown reached Portsmouth on May 7, 1906 Royalty is not supposed to show excitement, but I knew so well what the Royal couple were thinking and feeling. Family ties meant everything in the world to them, and although they had enjoyed India and shown that keen interest which has never deserted them, “home” was a precious word which could not be mentioned while Empire called.
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Generalissimo
The story of the rise and fall of an emperor who ruled only on Fridays and Sundays
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A. RAYMOND MULLENS
BEVERLEY TUPPER returned to his desk, sat down, and appropriated seventy-two cents worth of Gribble and Markham's time to the business of thinking things out. As the seventy-third cent was about to be filched he reached the summing up of his half hour’s selfexamination.
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The GREEN DOVE
Wherein three adventurers encounter an ally in disguise and an exciting tale reaches a dramatic conclusion
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R. V. GERY
STEKHINE swung round on the Britisher in violent protest, and I felt the ring of onlookers draw in on us threateningly. I rememberd Trant's notion about friction inside the society, and a faint a very faint flicker of hope came to me once more.
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A Great Victorian Passes On
The Earl of Balfour, for Fifty Years a Leading British Statesman, Dies at the Advanced Age of Eighty-two
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NEW YORK TIMES
ONE by one they are going, the links with the great days of the last century, the men who knew and worked with and under Gladstone and Disraeli, living repositories of the political tradition of Pitt and Castlereagh, Metternich and Canning and Bismarck.
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Holds Record for Conferences
Sir Maurice Hankey Has Attended 488 International Gatherings Since 1914.
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KATHERINE WOODWAKD
PEOPLE used to talk of Colonel House as the man behind Wilson, and Philip Kerr as the man behind Lloyd George, and so on; most of the great international figures of the last ten years have been credited at one time and another with the possession of a ‘‘Grey Eminence” in the background who was the repository of their secrets and to whose tune they danced in more or leas lively degree.
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Wit Wisdom and Whimsicality
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Bow-wow!—Fountain pens now have every needed improvement except a contrivance to bark when they are placed in the wrong pocket. Toronto Globe. ‘‘A Disease of Parrots” — The trouble with psittacosis is that it has come too late. It would have fitted nicely into lots of crossword puzzles.
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Has Decorations from Both Sides
Jaafar Pasha, Iraqi Minister to London, Wears German Iron Cross and British C.M.G.
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THE TIMES
PORTRAIT of a sportsman, by a correspondent of the London Times. “Jaafar Pasha-el-Askeri, the Iraqi Minister in London, was one of the guests of the Dorset Yeomanry at their reunion dinner. In the first years of the Great War he was a Baghdad officer in the Turkish Army and was captured by the Dorset Yeomanry in a cavalry engagement at Agagia.
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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Really there are hopes of Jack Canuck recovering from his inferiority complex with MacLean’s to inspire him. Those articles on Canadian airmen were splendid. I was a Canadian infantryman (a front liner) from June 1917 till our battalion demobilized in 1919, and doubtless some of these distinguished Canadian airmen flew over us and worried our enemies, yet all we ever knew was that a lot of Canadian soldiers had transferred to the air force and were successful as airmen.
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Symphonic Notes
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Granville Henry
A Symphony Orchestra. A large body of instrumentalists entirely surrounded by a deficit. The Conductor. His instrument is called a baton. This is merely a rail taken from the back of a kitchen chair, and although the only noise he can make with it is by tapping his music desk or swishing it through the air, yet he is considered the “big noise” of the orchestra.
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Kitchener Record
A hundred long, long years ago a wilderness was here, And man put powder in his gun and went to hunt the deer. But times have changed a lot since then— we’ve found a different, plan: The dear puts powder on her face, and goes to hunt the man.
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Women and the Home
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Open Pastry Secrets
There is no more universally popular dessert than flaky pastry with a fruit filling
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MARGOT MACDONALD
IN ANY household in which pie in its various forms is a favorite for the sweet course, it is an excellent plan to keep in the refrigerator a supply of good pastry which can always be rolled out at a moment’s notice and filled, if necessary, with a filling that takes only a few moments to assemble.
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Fruits for the Spring Menus
Particularly at this season of the year, the daily serving of fresh fruit is an essential of the balanced menu
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ESTHER PETERS
THE serving of fresh fruit each day is an excellent practice based on sound dietetic principles. In spring the housekeeper often experiences perplexity in planning suitable meals, and fruit comes to her aid in a variety of ways. It has a place on the breakfast menu, being frequently the first food of the day.
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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I do not claim to be a journalist as that is a profession of experts, but one feels sometimes that one has a message to deliver in his or her own profession that would benefit the country as a whole, and using that as an excuse may I be permitted to submit the following to Canadian thinkers through your columns? It seems to me that the unemployment question all over the world is the greatest problem at the present time.
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MacLean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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MacLean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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Horizontal 2. Pertaining to the air 6. You (biblical) 11. Blackish 13. That which holds the oar 15. Fur-bearing animals 16. Ghost 17. Decay 18. Ancient Persian viceroys 20. Hasten 22. Large birds 24. Approaches 25. Document 26. Spanish gentleman
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Linoleums and Oilcloths
Color and design have given a dazzling beauty to the once lowly linoleums and oilcloths
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MARY AGNES PEASE
COLOR and design have changed the social status of linoleum and oilcloth during the past few years. These once strictly utilitarian products are now in the beauty class, and each season finds them grown more fair. The new linoleum, because of its wealth of color and beauty of design, is now definitely considered an important factor in interior decoration.
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Personality and Posture
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Personality and Posture
MacLean's Health Service -Conducted by the Canadian Medical Association
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WE DO not intend to become involved in an attempt to define personality. We are interested, however, in anything that reveals personality, and one of the ways in which this is done is by posture. Admitting that appearances are sometimes deceiving, and appreciating that we should not judge too much by outward form, it remains true that our early impressions of an individual are largely based upon his posture.
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Investors May Reap Benefits from Study of Market Precedents
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A. W. BLUE
WITH the collapse of the great American speculative boom, there was shattered at the same time a number of idealistic theories concerning the “new market era.” For example, in some quarters it was argued that money markets had been so controlled, and business so regulated that there was little danger of a recurrence of those upsetting periods of depression which were reflected marketwise in acute reaction and panic.
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Financial Queries
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Question—Would you kindly give me some general information on the International Utilities Corporation, and also your opinion of the “A” stock of this corporation as an investment?—A, L., Calgary. Answer—The International Utilities Corporation is a holding company, controlling through stock ownership operating companies furnishing electric light and power, natural gas, ice, railway and water services to centres in Canada and United States.
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Insurance Queries
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Question—Your advice would be very much appreciated regarding my insurance problem. I am a young man, twenty-two years of age, in the best of health, with a sound constitution. I am a school teacher to profession, with a salary of approximately $1,500 a year.
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Calgary Herald
Accommodating—Poet: “Have you an opening for a poet of real genius?” Editor: “Certainly. We have several doors and any number of windows.”— Fernie Free Press. Code—First Barber: “Nasty cut you’ve given the old gent, Bill.” Second Barber: “Yes, I’m courtin' his ’ousemaid; that’s to let ’er know I can see ’er Tuesday night.”—Border Cities Star.
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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SOME day we may write a book. At present our inclination is to boast of the distinction 9becoming quite rare) that we have never written a book. But as we advance in years we may weaken. If we do, our collapse will lie made apparent by a tome on the oddities of editing.
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