Issue: 19310115

Thursday, January 15, 1931
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MACLEAN'S
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The Girl from God Knows Where
The love story of a proud lady of whom it was said: “She Old Country girl, too big and not quick in the talk"
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NELLIE L. McCLUNG
THE blue and white kitchen, smelling spicily of nutmeg and essence of lemon from the recent making of applesauce, looked as unlike a battle-field as anything this world holds. Indeed its perfect squares of blue and white in the linoleum, reappearing in the cover of the table; the chaste row of blue cups meekly kneeling before their saucers on the paper-edged shelves; the shining stirring spoons, fish ladle, and forks hanging below, ready for action, but not suggesting it; the white gas stove glistening in its cleanliness with the glass door, wherein all the secrets of its heart were revealed; the ever-blooming Patience plant in the window over the table with its modest pink flowers— all spoke of peace, contentment, brotherly love and all the virtues.
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To the Army of Employed—
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LITTLE more than twelve months ago, thousands of Canadians were spending their money with an alacrity born of what was fundamentally a state of mind. Today, those same people are sewing up their pockets, not because they are out of a job; not because they are wheat poor; not because their income has been cut, but because of a state of mind.
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THE OUTLOOK FOR 1931~~
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OF A NUMBER of the leaders in Canadian business, banking, transportation services and other spheres, MacLean’s asked this question: “What are your opinions concerning the outlook for 1931 and the measures which should be taken to restore public confidence?”
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The Good Cow of M. Jolivet
"She was, Monsieur, a cow incomparable”
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LESLIE MCFARLANE
I SING the praise of Celinie, that good cow of M. Hippolyte Jolivet! Would that I were a poet, that the merits of Celinie might receive their just due in language befitting the subject—in delicate sonnets, in superb strophes, in rolling blank verse, in majestic hexameters.
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Toronto Has Its Face Lifted
A dramatic chapter from recent Canadian history recording the amazing transformation wrought on the Dominions second city by a $100,000,000 facial treatment
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JAMES A. COWAN
SOME time ago five hundred thousand Canadians resident in the city of Toronto decided to do a job of sculpturing. They went to work on ten miles of downtown and lakefront, their own downtown and their own lakefront, down at the heel and dirty.
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The Shopwalker’s Wife
Wife murderer or abnormal practical joker? The puzzling case of a man who loved poetry and wax models
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G. R. MALLOCH
I THINK,” said the assistant commissioner triumphantly, “that I have a case here that upsets your pet theory of the subtlety of amateur criminals.” "Dearie me, sir!” exclaimed Detective Inspector Ego. "I should hate that like anything.
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EXPORT TRADE: Our National Opportunity
A record of the successes of Canadian Merchants Adventurers whose vision points the way to the Dominions development as a great trading nation
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JOHN ARMITAGE
THOSE who read the first article in this series will recall that it dealt with the necessity of developing Canada’s export trade in manufactured products as a means of wiping out the dangerous debit balance in our national trading ledger.
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The Most Adorable Poem
A rippling comedy of a youthful Romeo who expressed his soul in verse and lived to regret it
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BERYL GRAY
THE bedroom door flew open. In the entrance three untidy little girls met the startled and disgusted eyes of Leonard R. Ritchie, Junior. He wheeled about from the dressing table, comb in hand, one thick black lock hanging awry over his forehead.
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Cabinet Portraits
Of Hon. Alfred Duranleau, the new Minister of Marine, Mr. O'Leary says: “He is one of the ablest and most promis' mg politicians to come out of Quebec within the past decade”
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M. GRATTAN O’LEARY
ALFRED DURANLEAU, Minister of Marine, is one of those French-Canadians who impeach the claim that democracy is an Anglo-Saxon institution, foreign to the Latin and the Gaul. Also, and in fuller measure, he is destructive of the legend that Quebec’s politicians are chiefly rhetoricians, temperamentally incapable in business.
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Cabinet Portraits
A soldier with a distinguished war record, also experienced in politics, Hon. Donald M. Sutherland, of North Oxford, was a natural choice for the Defense portfolio in the new cabinet
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DONALD MATHESON SUTHERLAND, M.B., D.S.O., one of the Oxford Sutherlands, is our Minister of War and First Lord of the Admiralty all rolled into one. For short, and so as not to make the thing sound or look too warlike, which isn’t popular just now, they call him Minister of Defense.
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The Ironmaster
Wherein a Driver takes a mate and a butterfly begins to realize that even a gilded cage has bars
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ALAN SULLIVAN
The story: At school John Driver was a sturdy and dominant youth hut coldly practical. Once he fought a bigger boy named Tennant and the latter was glad to have the encounter called a draw. Returning to the Black Country, where his grandfather owns the great Driver steel mills, John begins, with great energy, to learn the business which he will inherit.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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To Get Rid of War
Former Prime Minister of Canada declares that civilization will destroy itself unless man gets rid of war by organizing for peace
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RT. HON. ARTHUR MEIGHEN
THIS is an age not of organization but of organizations—societies, clubs, boards, leagues, commissions—and one gets bewildered in the endless maze. But with it all, the world is not well organized. It is not well organized for the purpose of distributing among its population the fruits of their toil by brain and hand in accordance with the contribution of each.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Wit, Wisdom and Whimsicality
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The Difference—Judge says when you see a dog leading a man, you know the man is blind, but if the man is leading the dog, you know the man is married.— Northern Mail. And Who Wants White Catsup?— British Columbia farmer has produced a white tomato.
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SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.
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SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.
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Women and the Home
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Milk Desserts
Milk puddings should have a prominent place in the dietary; they are not heavy enough to tax the digestive powers, yet provide nourishment in appetizing and popular form
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
DESSERTS play an important rôle in the successful menu. They should be chosen in relation to the other courses, the light and dainty desserts to follow the hearty meal, and the richer ones at the end of a simple lunch. Puddings in which milk is a main ingredient should have a prominent place in the family dietary.
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MacLean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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MacLean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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1. Prominent; outstanding 7. Fragrant 13. Protection in battle 14. Having vanes 15. Gentle 17. Pattern 19. Related 21. Wrath 22. Moistened 24. Remove 25. Exist 26. Cushion 27. Seated 29. Objective of I 30. Highest male voice 32. Objective of she
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Women and the Home
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Lights and Shades
In no department of the household has research added so many comfort-promoting and decorative devices in recent years as in lighting
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F. L. DEN. SCOTT
IN THE ideal home lights are always just where they are wanted. More than this, lights are always just the kind that are wanted. It may be a strong, clear light to play games, a steady, mellow glow to read by, the diffused cheerful radiance which makes the right atmosphere for conversation and easy social intercourse.
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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An Outline of Stock Market Procedure for the Novice Investor
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A. W. BLUE
I HAVE little knowledge of stock-market practice, but would like to become fully informed on the highly complicated and technical operation—so at least it seems to me—of buying and selling stocks and shares. Just what does one do when he wishes to purchase a stock, say International Nickel, and what evidence is given that these shares have been purchased?
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Question—Over six weeks ago I was approached by a slock salesman, who said that he was representing a Montreal house who induced me to buy 50 shares of an oil stock for which I gave a cheque for $50.00. Up to the present the stock has not been delivered to me, although I have written the firm twice.
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Health Tip From a Hen—Old Hen: “Let me give you a piece of advice.” Young Hen: “What is it?” Old Hen: “An egg a day keeps the ax away.”—Kitchener Record. Gone—“I am sorry to hear, Captain Salter, that your wife left you so unceremoniously.” “My mistake, sir; I took her for a mate, and she proved to be a skipper.”—Montreal Gazette.
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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NOW that the mantel and whatnot are really cleared of greeting cards, the floor freed of the sheddings of the Christmas tree, and the Infant 1931 beginning to toddle, the time is upon us when men drum their fingers on presentation blotting pads and, with postfestive gravity, contemplate the future.
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