Issue: 19300715

Tuesday, July 15, 1930
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MACLEAN'S
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Crane Limited
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Crane Limited
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Pond's Extract Company of Canada, Ltd.
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Pond's Extract Company of Canada, Ltd.
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The Battle of the Ballots
A description of the electoral machinery which will enable five million voters to record their verdict on July 28
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A. G. DEXTER
FIVE million electors of Canada today are sitting as judges, weighing arguments, considering evidence, listening to Mackenzie King and R. B. Bennett and a legion of lesser orators, trying to decide how they will vote on the twenty-eighth of this month.
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Farm and Factory Friendship
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THE changing attitude of Canadian manufacturers toward the other elements in national life is one of the most encouraging signs of these times. At the annual convention of the Canadian Manufacturers’ Association, held in Toronto in June, the Association’s new president, Elmer Davis, candidly admitted that there was a day when “we failed to recognize that there was a common interest between farmers and manufacturers," and that “some people even took advantage of the apparent antagonism between different classes in the country."
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Sky Mail
A dramatic recital of the space-devouring achievements of Western Canadas four-months-old air mail service
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JACK PATERSON
DURING the past several months there has been a noticeable shrinkage in the prairie provinces. The city of Winnipeg has been moved a full day nearer Calgary. Edmonton has become close neighbor to Saskatoon. In Moose Jaw there is talk of absorbing Regina as a fifteen-minute suburb; and in Regina double-hot vice-versa.
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The Slave that Slew the Slayer
A dramatic story of a perilous wooing in the days when Rome was ruled by the sword
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W. G. HARDY
HE WAS almost as motionless as the tree under which he stood. Behind him, half hidden in the tangled depths of the Sacred Grove, glimmered the delicate outlines of Diana's temple. From the rounded shrine to the right floated the lazy singing of Vestal Virgins as they tended the undying fire of Nemi.
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The Election Issues As I See them
A statement from the leader of the Conservative Party outlining the policies on which he bases his case for election to the office of Prime Minister
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HONORABLE R. B. BENNETT
<p>I GREATLY appreciate the invitation extended to me by Mactean's Magazine to avail myself of its columns for the purpose of setting forth my views upon the problems today confronting the Canadian people, but the pressure of my commitments in connection with the campaign of the Conservative Party compels me to set modest dimensions to the use which I will make of the hospitality of its pages.</p>
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The Election Issues As I See Them
An article by the present Prime Minister of Canada defining the policies on which he, as leader of the Liberal (party, is seeking reelection to office
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RT. HON. W. L. MACKENZIE KING
<p>ON JULY 28 of this year the people of Canada will be asked to decide the policies and administration which are to guide the destinies of the Dominion during the next five years. It is not a question to be lightly answered. It is the privilege, and indeed the duty, of Canadian citizens to examine carefully the views presented by those who seek their confidence, and to record their votes freely and honestly in support of those policies which they believe are designed to serve the best interests of our country.</p>
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Juno the Second
In which a mere male discovers the lovable qualities of the “disgustingly competent” woman
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THERE was every reason in the world for the short, narrow-chested, long-necked Brighton to detest Juno II. What was there, nowadays, with women playing around with radium and what-not, to give a man that comfortable feeling of superiority if he did not exude superior strength and power?
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Pioneers of the Steel Trail
Three: “Duke” of British Columbia
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EDMUND E. PUGSLEY
ASK anyone who came in contact with Duke McKenzie, for many years locomotive engineer on the Canadian Pacific Railway, what kind of a man he was, and the answer would probably be: “He was a prince to work with, a fool for luck, and a devil for mischief.”
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Give Her the Gas!
Wherein a flying fool who was no flyer proves himself lucky in love
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FREDERICK R. VANTUYL
NOW, if you will ask anybody who knows me if I am a truthful man, he will probably tell you that maybe I pull a few harmless ones now and then, but that on the whole I am a fairly truthful man. And I am, too. But when I met Caterliebe Pillsberry I told one more big one, a regular bearcat of a lie; and you will understand why I did it when I tell you about Caterliebe.
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Nine Pounds
A story of fear, two crooks, and a man who found himself
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G. R. MALLOCH
MR. BROWN sat in the assistant-manager’s room of the Universal Bank, staring at an envelope that had just been put on his table by a clerk. It was addressed to him in a neat hand with which he was familiar, and as he looked at it he shuddered slightly.
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Manchuria’s War Lord
An intimate sketch of the youthful despot who has made his country the goal of one of the greatest migrations the world has ever seen
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JOHN NELSON
A LITTLE steamer warped slowly into the wharf at Dairen-that seaward thrust of Manchurian headland which the Japanese wrenched from the Bear when Port Arthur fell. Her decks were black with Chinese peasants, 1,700 of them. Fifteen minutes after the gang plank had been thrown out, they were all ashore.
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The Copper Disc
In which the Law sets a snare and a crook counters with a daring reprisal
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ROBERT STEAD
The Story: Morley Kent, senior partner of the firm of Kent and Powers, electrical engineers, literally skids into adventure when a taxi in which he is a passenger crashes into a car carrying Gladys Hensley, daughter of Angus Hensley, millionaire radio manufacturer, whom he rescues from an embarrassing situation following the accident.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Soviet Russia Talks of War
Bolshevists Educate People to Certainty of Conflict With Outside World.
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RUSSIAN PRESS
THE press of Soviet Russia continues to envisage war between outside nations and the U.S.S.R. as inevitable, and strives to prepare the ground by insisting that all the great powers are elaborately plotting Russia’s ruin, despite what it is pleased to call their “hypocritical” declarations on disarmament and kindred matters.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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He Cleaned Up Scotland Yard
Viscount Byng of Vimy, Late Governor-General of Canada, Pleases the Bobbies.
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REVIEW OF REVIEWS
FROM Vimy Ridge via Ottawa to Scotland Yard is a curiously zigzag course; but that is the track of the soldier who took over the command of the Canadian Corps from General Alderson in 1916, fought with them until promoted to command the Third Army, became GovernorGeneral of Canada in 1921, and is now Chief Commissioner of the London Metropolitan Police.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Tutankhamen and the Curse
Writer Points Out Tragedies Overtaken Discoverers and Explorers of the Tomb.
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EDGAR WALLACE
A PORTLY dragoman watched the little group of helmeted Europeans who were directing the excavations of Tutankhamen’s tomb. He turned to his employer, the special correspondent of a London newspaper, and said: “They will find gold and death."
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The Flower Bed of the High Seas
Ocean Liners Now Grow Hundreds of Plants for the Benefit of Their Passengers.
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DIANA RICE
DIANA RICE THE sea-going garden has become a part of life on shipboard,” writes Diana Rice in the New York Times Magazine. “The nautical gardener now tends his orchids and rose bushes in midocean as regularly and contentedly as he formerly tended them in gardens and greenhouses on land.
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Wit Wisdom and Whimsicality
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Baseball Note—The fastest double play on record is Oil Stock Circular to Reader to Wastebasket.— Medicine Hat News. These Years of GraceEvery woman will be able to say she is in the early thirties for some years to come.Oshawa Times. HustleThe man who is always waiting for “something to turn up” might start on his own sleeves.
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DODGE BROTHERS (CANADA) LIMITED
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DODGE BROTHERS (CANADA) LIMITED
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INTERNATIONAL PAPER AND POWER SECURITIES LIMITED
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INTERNATIONAL PAPER AND POWER SECURITIES LIMITED
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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BANANA GROWERS ASSOCIATION
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BANANA GROWERS ASSOCIATION
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War Stories To Be or Not To Be?
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Yes Editor, MacLean’s: Re request in editorial column for post-card on continuance of “khaki-andmud” stories. Keep ’em coming.—W. F. Harris, Red Deer, Alta. No Editor, MacLean’s: Yes, please do stop the war articles and stories. We like your magazine but never read the above, which means quite a good deal.
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W. F. YOUNG, INC.
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W. F. YOUNG, INC.
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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Wise and Otherwise
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Wise and Otherwise
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Wise Lad—David: "Mummy, the cod liver oil didn’t taste so nasty this time.” Mother; “Really, dear, why was that?” David: "I couldn’t find a spoon, so I took it on a fork.” Ottawa Journal. A Real Bouquet Aspiring Poet: “Have you received any expression of public opinion on my new volume?” Publisher:
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CANADIAN NATIONAL
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CANADIAN NATIONAL
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Women and the Home
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SANDWICHES
Nowadays the sandwich may be a full-sized meal in itself or a dainty so alluring as to tempt the most fastidious taste
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
THE development of the sandwich, as the modern hostess understands it, has been a matter of evolution. It started as a very modest affair with the sole purpose of taking the edge off the appetite. It began to take on new importance when someone discovered its possibilities in menu making.
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A. S. Hinds Co. (Canada) Limited
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A. S. Hinds Co. (Canada) Limited
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Harold F. Ritchie & Company, Limited
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Harold F. Ritchie & Company, Limited
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MacLean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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1. Small beds 2. Less frequent 3. Periods of time 4. Venomous serpents 5. Without company 6. A metal, used for plating cans 7. Occurrence 9. Bird’s substitute for an arm 10. Identical with 16 horizontal 11. Burns 12. Abraham’s wife 14. Over 15. Possessive form of Erie
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Women and the Home
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Modernizing the Kitchen
On the up-to-date kitchen stage Utility and Beauty play the twin stellar roles and Scientific Design is chief of the supporting cast
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F. L. DE N. SCOTT
IN KITCHEN furnishing there have been, so far, three distinct periods. In the first period, the watchword was economy and the guiding spirit utility. In the second era, aesthetics entered with a motto of beauty and color. In the third, or present condition of kitchen affairs, the standard to be achieved is efficiency, which includes the merits of the two preceding periods.
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Select Group of Common Stocks Now Favored for Investment
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A. W. BLUE
DESPITE the low spirits of the stock market, and the discouragements of the past few months, a large element of the investing public is still distinctly "common-stock minded.” The ease with which fortunes have been won by the few through speculation in common stocks has made a lasting impression, which even the debacle of last autumn and the subsequent indifferent action of the market have not dispelled.
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A. E. AMES & CO. LIMITED
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A. E. AMES & CO. LIMITED
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Financial Queries
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Question—Will you be good enough to advise me as to the worth of Oil Shares Incorporated, with head office at 15 Exchange Place, Jersey City, N.J., units of this stock having been sold here before the Stock Market crash last autumn? Some time ago I bought a mortgage Bank Bond (German).
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Question—I am taking advantage of your offer of personal investment service by asking your opinion of what you would consider the best investment for me to make in order to have a good income at about the age of 65. I am a married man; my wife and I are 43 years of age:
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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No Need—Mr. Loud: “You ought to brace up and show your wife who is running things at your house. Mr. Meek (sadly: “It isn’t necessary. She knows.” — Montreal Star. The Vicious Circle—Beggar: “I am hungry.” Lady: “Then why don’t you work?” Beggar:
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ON PAGES eight and nine of this issue of MacLean's, the Prime Minister, Right Honorable W. L. Mackenzie King, and the Leader of the Conservative Party, Honorable R. B. Bennett, discuss the election issues as each sees them. MacLean's desires to express to Mr. King and to Mr. Bennett its appreciation of their acceptance of the invitation to use these pages as a national rostrum.
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