Issue: 19300601

Sunday, June 1, 1930
June 1st 1930
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MACLEAN'S
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McCOLL-FRONTENAC OIL COMPANY LIMITED
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McCOLL-FRONTENAC OIL COMPANY LIMITED
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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The Cream of Wheat Corporation
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The Cream of Wheat Corporation
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Can Canada Do Without the Immigrant?
Here is an observer who thinks this country has been wrong in trying to import population. He believes we would be better off if we all answered “YES” to the question:
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A. R. M. LOWER
THIS article was designed as an attempt to clear away some of the mist that hangs about the allimportant topic of immigration. It is an examination of the loose generalities and empty shibboleths which for time out of mind have done duty as the basis of the country’s immigration policy.
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MACLEAN'S
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Canadian-born Foreigners
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H.N.M.
NOT long ago, a dispatch published in the Edmonton Bulletin told of a morning in the Vegreville, Alberta, police court when more than a dozen nativeborn Canadians, varying in age from eighteen to twenty-five, professed ignorance of the English language and had to give evidence through an interpreter.
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Pioneers of the Steel Trail
One: At the Throttle of the First Transcontinental
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EDMUND E. PUGSLEY
SO MUCH has been said and written about the great Canadians who conceived and carried to successful conclusion the construction of the first transconinental railway against almost overwhelming odds, oth physically and financially, that it would seem utile to attempt to add to the record.
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Mahagan Sadi
The love story of the wolf man of Fire River and the girl who believed that “a man's country" must always be a woman's country too
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SEWELL PEASLEE WRIGHT
SADI GAUVIN waited, seated comfortably on a broad, heavy counter of the Hudson’s Bay store at Fire River, and looked around the big room contentedly. It was good to be back among his friends. Here were familar sights, familiar smells, familiar faces.
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Golf Incorporated
More than $100,000,000 is invested in golf in Canada and it costs the Canadian fan $50,000,000 a year to play the game
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H.H. ROXBOROUGH
A FEW years ago a popular song writer revealed to this worried world that he knew where the flies went in the wintertime, and through his telling he gained wealth and fame. Today there are similar rewards awaiting any Canadian who can prove to his fellow countrymen that he knows where all the golf balls go in the summertime.
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But They Still Marry!
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M. GRATTAN O’LEARY
I’LL say they do!” Having thus disposed in four words of a question which seems to have bunkered most sociologists, physiologists, pathologists, theologists and a whole lot of other “ologists,” the society editor pulled her tenth June wedding story out of her typewriter, threw her copy on the desk of the city editor, and looked at the assignment book for next day.
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Enter Fate with a Flat
A rollicking bit of satirical comedy by the man who wrote “Pigs is Pigs ”
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ELLIS PARKER BUTLER
SIX women, by threes, were sitting on the verandah of the Sideway Inn. Three sat at one end of the verandah and three sat at the other end, and the three at this end did not think very highly of the three at that end. Neither did the three at that end have a very high opinion of the three at this end, the trouble being that one three were eager bridge players but played only auction, while the three at the other end were never really happy except when playing bridge, but they scorned anything but contract.
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Murder at Belly Butte
Here it is: The record of the most tenaciously contested unsuccessful case in Mounted Police history—the case in which the Force had its man and didn’t get him
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T. MORRIS LONGSTRETH
HENRY VERNON
SUPERINTENDENT PRIMROSE surveyed his basket of unfinished cases with both satisfaction and regret; with satisfaction because no serious crime lay unsolved; with regret since there remained no problem on which to concentrate. Macleod, in the North West Territories of Canada, had never been so lawabiding.
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Tramp Ship
A story of the sea and the strength to endure of those who live by its conquest
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NORMAN REILLY RAINE
CTOBER 15. Lat. 14.57 S. Lon. 118.01 W. Captain Tranko stepped out on to the bridge and closed his cabin door. The night was sultry, the high blue vault of the sky a vapor of equatorial stars. He walked forward, past the open door of the wheelhouse, paused, and looked inside, glancing from the vessel’s course chalked on a slate to the lighted compass card.
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The Intimate Life Story of King George V
The closing chapters of an exclusively presented biography that is now “The Book of the Month"
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RICHARD DENT
HIS Majesty never forgot the Navy, and again in June, 1917, he visited the Grand Fleet, bestowing decorations at sea to all those who had distinguished themselves in the Battle of Jutland. In July, the King made his fourth visit to the front, and this time Queen Mary went with him.
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LIFE OR LOVE
Wherein Destiny dictates an answer to the riddle of the rolling stone
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C. J. EUSTACE
GROVER was massive even when we were boys together. His face was tanned as if by some tropical sun. His clothes were mixed up in the queerest manner. He wore light waistcoats and dark coats, with pants of a different material. His tie was always black, and his collar was of that stiff, terribly square style even then completely out-of-date.
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The Copper Disc
In which Death leaps from the dark to complicate a sinister mystery
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ROBERT STEAD
KENT rode home from the Hensley mansion in an entanglement of confused emotions. At one moment he felt that he was being trifled and played with; at the next, that he had been admitted into an intimate personal problem of the most baffling nature.
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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I want to take this opportunity of letting you know just how much your magazine means to me. As a native-born Canadian I have learned a great deal about my country of which I was entirely unaware, until reading MacLean’s. I think your magazine is doing a wonderful work in endeavoring to overcome “inferiority complex” from which we Canadians seem to be suffering.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Taking the Pulse of a Nation
Gigantic Straw Vote is Undertaken by New York Fortnightly on Much Vexed Question of Prohibition.
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FOR a considerable number of years The Literary Digest of New York has specialized in the taking of straw votes of the United States on matters of great public interest. So far, it has confined itself to the forecasting in this manner the results of Presidential elections, and has attained a reputation for anticipation of the public mind.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Order the Next Issue for MacLean's 1930 Holiday Snapshot Album
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IN ITS June 15 issue, MacLean's will feature Canadian travel by presenting its 1930 Holiday Snapshot Album—pages of photographs of the Dominion’s beauty spots, taken by our own readers. More than 5,000 photographs were received in response to MacLean's invitation.
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He Took First Photograph?
Daguerre Launched a Remarkable Development With His Camera Obscura.
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H. C. DAVIS
IN 1830, it required eight hours to take a photograph,” writes H. C. Davis in Popular Science Monthly. “The other day, Baron C. Shiba’s remarkable camera recorded 20,000 pictures in one second. In this dramatic advance, which has taken place within a single century, a Parisian painter of stage scenery and a magic cupboard in his home workshop laboratory played leading rôles.
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Wit Wisdom and Whimsicality
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Heirloom—Some men never change their opinion because it’s been in the family for generations.—Vancouver Province. Height of Meanness—The man who turns off the radio when the minister announces the collection.— Montreal Household Hint—A bride with thirty pickle forks is lucky.
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Says Formulae Sway World
Love and Hate, Victory and Defeat, All History Mere Matter of Chemical Reactions.
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EDWARD E. SLOSSON
WRITING in the Century Quarterly, Edward E. Slosson, the well-known chemist, claims that all human affairs are in the ultimate analysis just a matter of chemical reaction. “Historians record the rise and fall of races in terms of moral, financial, agricultural, political or social causes,” he writes.
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FELS & COMPANY
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FELS & COMPANY
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British Columbia’s Racial Problem
A further contribution to the discussion of Oriental penetration of Canada’s West Coast
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L. M. FFRENCH BEYTAGH
IT IS to be devoutly hoped that a great majority of Canadians, but especially British Columbians, will have read and studied the admirable articles on the Oriental question written by Charles E. Hope in recent issues of MacLean’s Magazine, for the whole matter is presented therein with commendable vision, moderation, and above all things, sympathetic understanding of the position of the three nationalities concerned—Canadians, Japanese, and Chinese.
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PLYMOUTH MOTOR CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED
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PLYMOUTH MOTOR CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED
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The Radio Controversy
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I have just finished Mr. Edwards’ article criticizing, the report of the Royal Commission on broadcasting in Canada, which is now before the Federal House. Mr. Edwards affirms, to use his own words, that “the Aird Commission was appointed not so much to investigate as to justify an already determined course of action.
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Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co., Limited.
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Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Co., Limited.
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IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED
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THE EXPIRATION NOTICE
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The notification from MacLean’s Magazine of the approaching expiration of your subscription is sent out well in advance. This is so that there will be no need of your being disappointed by the missing of a single issue. The demand for copies to fill new orders is so great that, despite our constantly increased press-run, we seldom have any copies left for mailing to subscribers who are even one issue in arrears.
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THE YALE & TOWNE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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THE YALE & TOWNE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
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The SOUTHAM NEWSPAPERS
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The SOUTHAM NEWSPAPERS
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AUTOSTROP SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE PREMIER VACUUM CLEANER COMPANY LIMITED
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THE PREMIER VACUUM CLEANER COMPANY LIMITED
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CHAMPION SPARK PLUG COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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KRAFT-PHENIX CHEESE CO. LIMITED
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A Japanese Speaks
A Japanese-Canadian takes up the cudgels on behalf of his compatriots in British Columbia
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Y. YAMAGA
IN THE issue of MacLean’s Magazine, dated February 15, there appeared an article by Charles E. Hope dealing with the Japanese settlers in British Columbia. Mr. Hope is to be commended for the kindly and tolerant spirit in which he has written, and doubtless he has told the truth as he sees it, or rather, in so far as he knows it.
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FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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DODGE BROTHERS (CANADA) LIMITED
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INTERNATIONAL FIBRE BOARD LIMITED
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INTERNATIONAL FIBRE BOARD LIMITED
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Outboard Motors Corporation
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Outboard Motors Corporation
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GENERAL MOTORS of CANADA LIMITED
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TAVANNES WATCH COMPANY (CANADA) LIMITED
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Wise and Otherwise
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The Brain Child
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Frank Miel
I wrote a modern novel, full of psychologic thrills, With bandits, murders, mysteries, and even poisoned pills. And when I had it finished, I was sure I had a prize, Till I showed it to my reader friends, for them to criticize. The first was Bob, who always is the “candid critic” kind,
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Serenade
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Kitchener Record
She tossed me a rose As I stood ’neath her casement, She tossed me a rose Ere I fled to the basement, She tossed me a rose, That’s the theme of my sonnet, She tossed me a rose With a flower pot on it.
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Old Story
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Montreal Herald
Old Story—She: “Love-making is just the same as it always was. He: “How do you know?” She: “I’ve just been reading about a Greek maiden who sat and listened to a lyre all evening.”—Montreal Herald.
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Wise and Otherwise
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How to Keep Books
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Saskatoon Star Phoenix
Put them in a safe deposit box inside the vault of a large bank and then throw away the keys. Buy only cheap books. No one borrows books with inexpensive bindings. Arrange your bookcase so that you can press a spring when neighbors call, causing them (the books) to slide inside an invisible wall panel.
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The Truth
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John McColl
An old ant heard a cricket sing And chided with deliberate sting, “Don’t fritter precious moments thus, “Become productive, just like us.” Deep words of wisdom. Yet, meseems, Each eye, except a cynic’s, gleams With pleasure when a cricket chants — While everybody walks on ants.
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We Clip Them From the Newspapers
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We Clip Them From the Newspapers—Magazine editors are young. Otherwise nobody could sell them the jokes that had their day forty years ago.— Toronto Star.
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GRAHAM-PAIGE MOTORS CORPORATION
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GRAHAM-PAIGE MOTORS CORPORATION
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Women and the Home
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There’s Spice In It
Deft use of savory spices gives the all-essential touch of piquancy to many cafes and sweetmeats which otherwise might be commonplace
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MARGOT MACDONALD
THERE is a tang to a spicy flavor which is unique. It makes the spiced dish particularly valuable to offset the bland flavors that may otherwise îaracterize a menu. First, a word about the spices themselves. Every ausekeeper knows how quickly ground spices lose their otency unless they are kept under ideal conditions, e sure, therefore, that your spices are fresh and pure hen you buy them, and have absolutely air-tight mtainers for them on your own pantry shelf.
Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0077.xml
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Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0078.xml
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MacLean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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MacLean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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You should solve this puzzle, for the swastika stands for luck. Not a hard word in it, unless you are so 51 horizontal above the rest of us that you do not understand dang. The unkeyed letter in 18 vertical is the same as the unkeyed letter in 23 vertical.
Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0079.xml
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POST’S BRAN FLAKES
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Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0085.xml
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Summer Furnishings for the Small House Interior
As with your personal wardrobe, so with your house: it needs refurbishing for the summer
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F. L. DE N. SCOTT
WITH the first hint of warm weather and summer sunshine the desire for changes in our surroundings begins to obsess us. Even if we ire fortunate enough to be able to spend the hot days n the summer cottage or camp, we still feel a vague dissatisfaction with interiors which seemed so comfortable and cosy last winter.
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Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0087.xml
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The Quality of Life
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The Quality of Life
MacLean's Health Service—Conducted by the Canadian Medical Association
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THERE is no good reason why the short life should be the merry one and the long life the sad one, unless we resume that being merry implies a continuous, riotous overindulgence. The ong life can be happy throughout its ength, providing health is maintained, and there is no reason why it should not be.
Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0088.xml
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Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0089.xml
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A. E. AMES & CO. LIMITED
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A. E. AMES & CO. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0090.xml
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SIMONDS CANADA SAW CO. LTD,
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SIMONDS CANADA SAW CO. LTD,
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Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0091.xml
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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The Proper Way to Appraise An Investment Security
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A. W. BLUE
THIS business of investing money safely and profitably, which is the concern of thousands of Canadians today, demands the utmost intelligence, caution, shrewdness and skill. And yet a study of investment practices and habits illustrates many of the curious paradoxes of human nature.
Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0094.xml
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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY LIMITED
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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY LIMITED
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Financial Queries
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Question—I hold a stock certificate for shares with the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of Canada, registered in June 1905. I have never received any benefit from these shares and would appreciate any information you can give me about the company and its prospects.— L. C. T., Vancouver.
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Insurance Queries
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Question—I would like your advice on the Monarch Accident Insurance Company of Toronto. Is it a good company to insure in?— H.T., Goderich, Ont. Answer—The Monarch Accident Insurance Company, Toronto, is licensed by the Department of Insurance at Ottawa to conduct business in Canada.
Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0098.xml
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Informal—Vice-president: “Have you met our credit manager?” The Visitor: “Very informally—he called me a liar once.”—Toronto Star. Maddening—Mrs. G.: “Does your husband talk in his sleep?” Mrs. P.: “No. But he’s awfully exasperating.
Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0102.xml
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NORTH AMERICAN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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NORTH AMERICAN LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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In the Editor's Confidence
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WESTERN newspapers recently reported a rumor that Police Magistrate P. C. H. Primrose, of Edmonton, was being considered as Alberta's next Lieutenant Governor. Magistrate Primrose is the Superintendent Primrose whose direction of one of the most persistent man-hunts in crime history is for the first time fully described in “Murder at Belly Butte,” presented in this issue by T. Morris Longstreth and Henry Vernon.
Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0105.xml
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CONTENTS
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Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0107.xml
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INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO.
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INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO.
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Maclean's_19300601_0043_011_0108.xml