Issue: 19310301

Sunday, March 1, 1931
March 1st 1931
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MACLEAN'S
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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GRAMMY
A dramatic tale of the Fundy shore and Fundy folk, and life by the honest sea
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Martha Banning Thomas
GRAMMY RAFFERTY, dressed in blue denim and with a black hat perched on her white hair, came, with a crockery pitcher in her hand, through the front gate. Grammy was tall and quick-moving. A cool wind from the Bay of Fundy wandered up across the fields, and the late light of afternoon lay on the long sweet meadows.
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Britain’s Consumers Keep Shop
The story of a giant co-operative movement which has 6,000,000 members, owns more than 100 mills and factories, and does a trade of $1,731,000,000 a year
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H. NAPIER MOORE
LAST December, in writing of the circumstances which made it inevitable that the Imperial Conference would fail to achieve any economic agreement involving tariffs against countries outside the Empire, I referred to the influence upon the Labor Government of the Co-operative Wholesale Societies of Great Britain.
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"The King Is Dead"
A dramatic story of the prize ring and a champion who couldn’t forget
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BYRON M. FISHER
EVER sit in an arena and listen to the sounds which rise from the crowd? Queer sensation. Try it some time. Just a sort of low murmur; no individual noises at all, except perhaps a shout as some human becomes a little more excited than his neighbors.
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A Quarter Century of Car Making
Canadas leading motor car manufacturer discusses the record of the industry to date and its future prospects
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R. S. McLAUGHLIN
A LITTLE more than twenty-five years ago the people of this country were riding in buggies. Carriage building was one of the biggest industries in the country. The McLaughlin factory at Oshawa was producing about 15,000 units annually, and other carriage factories were also operating on a large scale.
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“There’s Gold in Them Thar Hills"
"Business is good" in the producing gold-mining camps of Northern Ontario
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LESLIE ROBERTS
THE fact which most impresses the visitor to Northern Ontario's gold camps is that business is good. Kirkland Lake and Timmins came into being for the purpose of mining the commodity by which all man-made values are established—gold. Hence words and phrases coined to describe overproduction, price declines and their corollary, hard times, are not to be found in the lexicon of the two great precious metal camps.
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FIRE
A Drama of the Flaming Forest
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CHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
THE chill, grey-silver light of the first of dawn, glassy clear but illusive, was stealthily feeling its way down the silent, interminable corridors of the forest. Within the dark heart of a dense hemlock thicket a darker shadow began to take shape, a shadow huge and ungainly like some monster of the early world.
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A Compromise Route for the Trans-Canada Highway
A non-partizan analysis of the Trans-Canada Highway controversy and a practical suggestion as to a solution
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E. WHARTON SHAW
DURING the past decade Canada’s highway system has been enlarged and improved beyond all recognition. In the autumn of 1920 the Hamilton highway was still incomplete, the Kingston road was a tribulation, and a drive by motor anywhere north of Toronto an adventure.
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The HART HOUSE QUARTET
The story of the four fiddlers of Hart House whose playing has brought fame to themselves and renown to their country
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A. RAYMOND MULLENS
THE music critic of the London (Eng.) Daily Express once delivered himself of the statement, “there are only a handful of string quartets in the whole wide world.” A rather sweeping assertion, but on the whole a true one. Of course, wherever violinists, violists, and cellists live there are attempts at string-quartet playing.
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The Port Watch
Describing the lamentable fate of a sorrowful sailor, unjustly condemned to a pleasurable prison
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ROLF BENNETT
IT WAS a chilly day when, happening to be in the neighborhood of the docks, I turned into a small refreshment house for a cup of tea. I had just given my order when a man who looked like a sailor entered and, seating himself on the opposite side of the table, called for a pot of tea and some toast.
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The Eye of a Needle
Another true Mounted Police detective story narrating the strange case of the murder which was seen and yet not seen
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T. MORRIS LONGSTRETH
HENRY VERNON
THE reservation for the Indians of Sucker Creek on the remote shores of Lesser Slave Lake had just been created by an Order-in-Council, and Moostoos, chief of the Northern Cree band, was proud of the territory over which he was the undisputed lord.
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The Ironmaster
In which war precipitates an armistice in the Driver household and a lover becomes a hero
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ALAN SULLIVAN
The Story: At an early age John Driver becomes manager of his grandfather’s great iron mills in the Black Country, which he will inherit. His grandfather wants him to marry Meg Burstall, whose family supplies coal for the mills, but, although Meg has always been secretly in love with John, he regards her merely as a friend.
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A Canon in Politics
A character sketch of the sometime Indian missionary who now is British Columbia’s Minister of Education
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N. DE BERTRAND LUGRIN
HE IS not tall and he stoops a little. His hair is snow-white, but his clean-shaven face, healthily colored, still retains something of its youthful contour, and his eyes are as bright and alert as a boy’s. His is an open, frank countenance which seems to mirror his every thought, and his smile is ready, his laugh infectious.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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The Truth About India
Third Article revealing misrepresentation of Britain's Indian Policy
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For some years now British action and policy in India have been the subject of misrepresentation in the United States. Since the assembly of the India Round Table Conference in London, propagandists of all sorts have by lectures and writings done their best to create in America prejudice against Great Britain.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Ocean Diving Has Advanced
British Divers Now Working Efficiently at a Depth of Three Hundred Feet.
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The DAILY MAIL (London)
SOME of the recent advances in the practice of diving are recounted by the Daily Mail (London) as follows: “We live at the bottom of a sea of air, and the air presses on every square inch of the surface of our bodies with a weight of about fifteen pounds.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Wit Wisdom and Whimsicality
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Oh, Yeah?—A vice president: A man who isn’t smart enough to be president but who owns too much stock to be fired.—Petrolia Advertiser Tupie. Goers and Getters—The trouble with some go-getter salesmen is that they’re ninety per cent “go” and only ten per cent "get.”—High River Times, Alta.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Why We Prefer Certain Colors
Because We Associated Them With Certain Emotions in Childhood is Claim.
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KNIGHT DUNLAP
COLOR preference, we are told by Knight Dunlap in the American Mercury, is merely a matter of convention; we deem certain colors or color combinations beautiful merely because we were trained that way. Thus, red or yellow has a stimulating effect because our primitive ancestors were warmed and stimulated by fires; blue soothes us because the sky has a soothing effect and its color is blue, and so on.
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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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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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The Problems of Australia
Down under the Southern Cross, our sister Dominion is having troubles similar to our own
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W. R. GIVENS
AUSTRALIA is at the moment so much in the public eye because of the prominent part taken by her Premier at the recent Imperial Conference and because of the recent drastic upward revision in her tariff that it may not be amiss to set out at this juncture a few of the impressions that a world traveller carried away with him after a visit to that country, two of whose principal cities, Sydney and Melbourne, surprising though this may seem, are actually superior in many respects to the best that either Montreal or Toronto can offer.
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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Should My Boy Play War? Editor, MacLean’s: Following a recent article published in MacLean’s entitled “Should My Boy Play War?” I personally have come to the conclusion that the answer should be emphatically—No. War has many causes and sources and the most important of these is the education for it.
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Are You Immune?
MacLean’s Health Service—Conducted by the Canadian Medical Association
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A. GRANT FLEMING
IT IS a matter of common experience that the person who recovers from an attack of one of the communicable diseases does not usually suffer again from that disease. Attacks have been known to occur a second time and sometimes more often, but in general the person who has come through one attack of a communicable disease successfully has acquired the ability to resist that particular disease.
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THE HURLBUT CO. LTD.
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THE HURLBUT CO. LTD.
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Newspaper Is Human Force
American Publisher Decries Tendency to Make News Distribution a Mere Business.
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COLONEL ROBERT McCORMICK
COLONEL ROBERT McCORMICK, publisher of the Chicago Tribune, delivered the opening lecture at Yale University recently on “The Newspaper as a Business Enterprise.” He said, that, paradoxically, he did not call the newspaper a business enterprise, but a dynamic human force in progressive civilization.
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HOURD & CO., LIMITED
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HOURD & CO., LIMITED
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THE CANADA STARCH CO., Limited
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THE CANADA STARCH CO., Limited
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Wise and Otherwise
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Another Noble Experiment—Mr. Newlywed: "Is the steak ready now, dear?” Mrs. Newlywed: “I’m sorry I’m so long, George, but it looked hopeless grilled, and it doesn’t look much better fried, but if you’ll be patient a little longer, I’ll see what boiling does to it.”—
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PLYMOUTH MOTOR CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED
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PLYMOUTH MOTOR CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Women and the Home
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When We Bring Home the Bacon
One of the most appetizing and easily digested of meats, bacon is adapted to a wide range of diets and dishes
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
CHARLES LAMB, in his “Dissertation on Roast Pig,” credits a young Chinese boy with the discovery of this food. He describes the accident which led to the tasting of the cooked meat, and the astonished realization of its delicious flavor. Today pork is much relished by the majority, and the Canadian housewife is familiar with a variety of cuts and their preparation for the table.
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MacLean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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MacLean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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1. Mineral spring 4. Fight 9. Everyone 12. Atmosphere 13. Self evident truth 14. A grain 15. To leave secretly 17. Exposed to danger 19. Close 21. Musical note 22. Attached 25. Faucet 27. To stagger 31. Hotel 32. Sorrowfully 34. Article 35. Ocean
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Women and the Home
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Furniture That Leads a Double Life
Double-duty furniture is almost indispensable in the modern small home where compactness and convenience are essential to comfortable living
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ELIZABETH MacRAE BOYKIN
ONCE upon a time every major household article, including the piano, the sewing machine, the billiard table and the hat rack, expected a separate room. Anything less was somewhat apologetic. Today the smaller the smarter are we, in homes that manage to capture the high points from all the ages of home making and concentrate them into the comfort, charm and convenience of our modern living.
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KENNETH McDONALD & SONS, LIMITED
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KENNETH McDONALD & SONS, LIMITED
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
World Gold Shortage Threatens; Canada to Increase Output
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A. W. BLUE
GOLD is the one commodity in the world at the present, time, so it seems, which is not suffering from overproduction. Throughout this era of rapidly falling prices gold has stood alone, rigid and inflexible. This is, of course, due to the fact that the price of gold is fixed, and is therefore not influenced by changing economic conditions.
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Maclean's_19310301_0044_005_0087.xml
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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY LIMITED
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NESBITT, THOMSON & COMPANY LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Lucky Lad—Peter: “If I am naughty I have to go to bed without supper.” John: “That can never happen to me. I have medicine to take after meals.— Chatham News. The Young Soak—Jones: “Describe your sister’s new baby.” Brown: “Small features, red-faced, clean-shaven and a hard drinker.”— Sault Ste. Marie Star.
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THE GREAT-WEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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THE GREAT-WEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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In the Editor's Confidence
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SOME years ago there appeared a book which caused feuds in literary circles. It was called “The Young Visiters," and it was written under the pseudonym, “Daisy Ashford.” Daisy was heralded as a twelve-year-old genius. Under its naivete the book revealed such a strain of penetrating whimsy that we sniffed openly and expressed theopinion that if Daisy hadonly seen twelve summers we were a purple giraffe.
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MACLEAN'S
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