Issue: 19311015

Thursday, October 15, 1931
October 15th 1931
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MACLEAN'S
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DOMINION OILCLOTH & LINOLEUM COMPANY LIMITED
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DOMINION OILCLOTH & LINOLEUM COMPANY LIMITED
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W. CLARK, Limited: CLARK'S PORK and BEANS
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W. CLARK, Limited
CLARK'S PORK and BEANS
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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WE FEEL rather like a man who from the back of a crowded hall has been persistently asking what Sir John A. said in ’67, and who has been suddenly escorted to the front of the platform and invited to make a speech in the full glare of the limelights.
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Gillette
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Gillette
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masthead
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MACLEAN'S
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CONTENTS
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THE TUCKETT TOBACCO COMPANY, LIMITED: Tucketts Preferred Cigars
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THE TUCKETT TOBACCO COMPANY, LIMITED
Tucketts Preferred Cigars
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0009.xml
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Pond's Extract Co. of Canada, Ltd.
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Pond's Extract Co. of Canada, Ltd.
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7,8,61,62,63
GENERAL ARTICLES
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After Beauharnois—What?
Says this writer: “The Liberal and Conservative parties alike have become pensioners of selfish interests. If they are to become real instruments of public welfare, drastic changes must be made in our election laws”
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ROBERT A. MACKAY
IS DEMOCRACY in Canada a delusion? Are our governments merely puppets of Big Business? Many a Canadian asked himself such questions as he read the evidence brought out by the committee investigating Beauharnois. That from a single source should be contributed some $864,000 to the campaign funds of both parties in the Federal field and in the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec would scarcely be believed by the average citizen if it were not down in black and white as sworn testimony.
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9,78,79
FICTION
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Geranium
Hallowe’en adventures of a penniless pickaninny in a precarious paradise
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RONALD EVERSON
THE final sun of October, after sitting up for a while in the west like a big Halloween pumpkin atop Storeys’ Gas Fitting Works, finally got down behind the works so that Geranium could not see even its upper rind unless he stood on the tips of his round black toes.
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10,11,65,66,67
FICTION
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DRIFTWOOD
A dramatic story of nations in turmoil and vengeance that would not be denied
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VAN HARRISON
COLONEL SOKOLNIKOFF, late of the Imperial White Hussars, threw down his pen as a thunderous knocking reverberated throughout his home. “Sacre tonnerre!" he swore viciously. “The pigdogs have left me but little time. Still, enough, since it is finished.”
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12,13,60,61
GENERAL ARTICLES
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Have British Films a Chance ?
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LIEUT. COL. GEORGE A. DREW
IN 1928 a great deal of enthusiastic newspaper publicity was given to the fact that Canadians had acquired control of Famous Players Canadian Corporation, Limited. In view of the recognized pre-eminence of this company among moving picture exhibitors in Canada, such definite assurance that so important a factor in the education and recreation of Canadians was to be controlled by our own people naturally met with widespread satisfaction.
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14,15,74,75
FICTION
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Pro Tem
A whimsical tale of a sea-going Romeo and his angling for a bride
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WILL R. BIRD
PELEG FILLER was washing his breakfast dishes, and he disliked the task. The water was too hot for his fingers and he was awkward. It was Sunday morning, though, which meant a clean-up. Crash! A large blue bowl slipped from his grasp and was shattered on the floor.
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16,63,64,65
GENERAL ARTICLES
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The Midwinter Murder
The dramatic story of the unravelling of the most absorbing murder mystery in the annals of the Province of Alberta
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FREDERICK B. WATT
IT SAVORED of Chicago gangdom in its brutal, cold-blooded futility. Murders in the Canadian West are, for the most part, rudimentary affairs, with definite causes upon which the police can lay a finger in short order. Not so the Midwinter case.
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SPORT
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MAT MONEY
Highlights on the comeback that has restored the once maligned sport of wrestling to an astonishingly wide popular favor
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H. H. ROXBOROUGH
AGES AGO, historians tell us, the largest of animals roamed across Canadian plains and left their footprints in the sands of time. True, they have long been consigned to glass cases in museums; but today their human counterparts, the 225-pound mastodonic specimens of the human family, like the mammoths of old, are snorting, writhing, puffing and stamping their courses along the canvas-covered, manila-bound wrestling rings of the broad Dominion.
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18,19,56,57,58
FICTION
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The Two-Man Girl
When a two-man girl meets a two-girl man—well you know the old one about Greek meeting Greek
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LESLIE GORDON BARNARD
IT WAS at Floria Wendall’s party that I first saw Sylvie Jackson. You know what Floria’s parties are like— always as unexpected as Floria herself. I had an important engagement with her once to take in an exhibition of Bransom’s pictures which she was in a measure sponsoring, and we ended up by playing four complete rounds of miniature golf on a course so obscure that I doubt if I could find it again if I looked for it.
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20,41,42
GENERAL ARTICLES
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Conservation or Extermination ?
Unless drastic conservation measures are taken at once, says this writer, wild ducks and geese will vanish from North America
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C. A. HAYDEN
IF EVERY licensed waterfowl hunter in the United States had shot his one day’s limit of wild ducks and wild geese last year, every wild duck and goose on the North American continent would have been exterminated and there would have been a shortage of 70,000,000 in respect of the bag limit.
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21,40,41
HUMOR
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My Metabolism is Shot!
The parable of the fat man who adopted a diet and low language, a wife who revolted, and a mother-in-law who knew her blueberries
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J. E. MARCH
ME, I’M a metabolistic ruin! Bill, the baggageman over at our local station, started me on the downhill road from rotund and perfect health. A specialist with the manners of an absolute dictator appeared briefly in the piece as a destroyer of morale, and the mental and physical downfall of a once happy and contented man was completed by the prettiest bill collector I ever saw disguised in a nurse’s uniform.
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22,23,47,48,49
FICTION
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Fulminate of Pigskin
The story of a football revolt and a forlorn hope that ended in a conquest by the conquered
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DEAN ELTHAM
OUT of the Varsity dressing room into the tingling air of a purple November evening stepped three figures. The acrid pungency of burning leaves bit pleasantly into the nostrils, little heaps in the gutters glowing like watch fires in a military encampment before battle.
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FICTION
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There's No Such Word
In which the irresistible lover meets the immovable parent and a lady’s too trusting protector gets caught in the jam
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ROLAND PERTWEE
DARYL FORSYTHE was sitting in an immense armchair when the braying of Larry’s horn first came to her ears. Because she wanted to behave properly almost as strongly as she wanted to run to the window for a last look at him, she clutched grimly the arm rests of the chair.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Premier of New Brunswick
An intimate sketch of the one-time farm boy and school teacher who now heads the government of the Loyalist. Province
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BEVERLEY OWEN
NEW BRUNSWICK’S new premier is an angler. He is other things besides, but Honorable Charles Dow Richards will feel it no reflection on his versatility that skill in bagging salmon should be singled out. Landing a twenty-pound Restigouche battler probably gives him as big a thrill as a 2,000 majority.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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U. S. Talks Peace But Does Little
American writer charges his country with dilatory tactics in promoting world’s welfare
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RAYMOND B. FOSDICK
THAT the United States, while pretending to lead in the search for world peace, actually does very little to bring it about, is the charge made by an American, Raymond B. Fosdick, in The Atlantic Monthly. He writes: “In 1913 the United States had a fleet of 963,000 tons, Great Britain had a fleet of 2,222,000 tons, and France a fleet of 689,000 tons.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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A Plan to Stop War
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Bruce Barton in The Toronto Star Weekly
MY FRIEND, Admiral Samuel U. S. McGowan, purchasing agent for the navy during the World War, sends me his plan for preventing war, to which I am glad to give wide publicity. “Amend the law now,” he urges, “so as to require that before war can be declared or participated in (except only in the event of attack or invasion) there shall be a referendum:
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New Highways for Motor Cars
Increasing Accidents Follow Use of Roads Originally Designed for Buggies.
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BENTON MACKAYE
LEWIS MUMFORD
THAT the modern motor car is out of place on present-day highways which were designed for buggies, and that eventually they must run upon highways built specially for them just as roads are built for railroad trains, is the contention of Benton Mackaye and Lewis Mumford in Harper’s Monthly.
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Wit Wisdom and Whimsicality
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Wit Wisdom and Whimsicality
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Safety—One danger to which the modern girl will not expose herself is that of catching her fingers in a clothes wringer.—Wetaskiwin Free Press. Silver Lining—You don’t have to wait at grade crossings, as you did in the summer of 1929, for a freight train 178 cars long to pass.—Victoria Times.
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Kapok Trade Is Increasing
Product of Wild Javanese Tree is Preferred for Stuffing Mattresses.
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BEN ROBERTSON
HOW the product of a tree that grows casually in the byways and jungles of Java has become an important article of commerce is told by Ben Robertson, Jr., in a recent number of the magazine, Asia. Says the author: “The kapok is that silly-looking Javanese kindergarten tree which grows in the kampongs, or compounds, and along the roadsides.
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CHRYSLER CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED
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CHRYSLER CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED
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Gold Shipments Lack Romance
A Highly Efficient System for Transferring the Precious Metal Has Been Evolved.
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S. PALMER HARMAN
WITH gold shipments playing so important a part in the affairs of the world, it is interesting to learn just how the precious metal is shipped from one nation to another. In the New York Times, S. Palmer Harman tells something about the methods used in the United States.
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Literature on the Upgrade
Famous English Author Thinks There is Plenty of Literary Material in Canada.
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J. B. PRIESTLEY
IN John o’ London’s Weekly (London) J. B. Priestley, the eminent English novelist who visited Canada during the early part of the year, has some remarks to make regarding Canadian literature. He says: "In every town I visited in Canada I was pursued by interviewers, and their favorite question was one that I found very difficult to answer properly.
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Waterman's
WATERMAN'S LADY PATRICIA
Waterman's
WATERMAN'S NUMBER 94
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Sunspots Affect Canadian Life
Longer Period Meteorological Records Will Ensure More Accurate Weather Predictions.
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RALPH E. DeLURY
THE effect of sunspots on life in general and on wild life in particular is explained by Ralph E. DeLury of the Dominion Observatory, Ottawa, in a recent number of Forest and. Outdoors. “Lovers of the forest and its life, and those depending on the forest, its game and its fur-bearers, have periodically viewed with alarm the long drought, destroying plants and trees, and inviting insect plagues and fire; the abnormally late and severe snowstorm, killing hosts of birds after the spring migration has set in; the great spring flood, killing many of the marsh-dwelling folk; the protracted early summer rain, destroying countless nestlings, and the sad spectacle of ducks dying in thousands, and of grouse, rabbits and other species almost completely disappearing from certain localities.
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The National Broadcasting Company
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The National Broadcasting Company
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MACLEAN'S SNAPSHOT ALBUM
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Advertisement: Pepsodent Antiseptic
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Pepsodent Antiseptic
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Scents Make More Dollars
By Incorporating Perfume Into Many Disagreeable Smelling Products, Manufacturers Increase Sales.
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GOVE HAMBIDGE
SWEET-SMELLING glue, delicately scented rubber and perfumed leather are likely to be common in the near future if manufacturers commence to incorporate scents in their products in a way that has been predicted. Says Gove Hambidge in World's Work:
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E. R. Squibb & Sons of Canada, Ltd.: SQUIBB DENTAL CREAM
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E. R. Squibb & Sons of Canada, Ltd.
SQUIBB DENTAL CREAM
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Lloyd’s Retains Old Customs
Famous British Institution Will Underwrite Virtually Any Risk by Which One May Lose Money.
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FORTUNE
A VERY old and curious association which still does business in a curious way is Lloyd’s, of London, which is described in a recent issue of Fortune Magazine as follows: “There are no insurance companies in Lloyd’s; there are only individual underwriters—men who singly, for a fee, will guarantee you against loss and, if necessary, will have to pay you with their every farthing.
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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HOTELS STATLER
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HOTELS STATLER
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CHAMPION SPARK PLUG COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
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CHAMPION SPARK PLUG COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
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Secret Knowledge
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L. M. Montgomery
I know not the high things That learned schoolmen tell, The dim old plots of kings, The truths of heaven and hell. But I have knowledge, too, Secret and sweet to me, Of moonlight fine and blue, And dawn’s rathe ecstasy. I know a hill whence I Can see the first white star Shine over dunes that lie By windy seas afar.
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LUX
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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This Anti-Feminism
A further reply to the contention that marriage offers women a better career than business
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MRS. JOHN SCOTT
TO A sincere feminist who loves and is loyal to her own sex and is honestly endeavoring to make this world a better and happier place for women, it was somewhat distressing to read in your issue of July 15 such a tirade as the article entitled “This Freedom” supposed to be written by “A Business Woman.”
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Rock City Tobacco Co., Ltd.: SPUD MENTHOL-COOLED CIGARETTES
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Rock City Tobacco Co., Ltd.
SPUD MENTHOL-COOLED CIGARETTES
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A New Furrow Is Plowed
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HARRY W. ANDERSON
TURN back the clock for twenty-one long and eventful years. Back to the beginning of the enterprise, the culmination of which was chronicled in that 1931 Canadian Press dispatch. Back to a memorable scene on a sombre September morning in 1910, when a score of whites—the majority grey and grizzled by years of “roughing” —and some two hundred sphinxlike red men stood in the misty rain on the banks of the wide, winding Saskatchewan and witnessed the inauguration of what, even then, had been a dream of years.
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THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING COMPANY
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THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING COMPANY
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QUAKER STATE MOTOR OIL
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BURGESS
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BURGESS
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CANADIAN PLAYING CARD COMPANY LIMITED
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CANADIAN PLAYING CARD COMPANY LIMITED
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Dr Scholl's Zino-pads
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STANFIELD'S Unshrinkable UNDERWEAR
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The CANADA STARCH CO. Limited: MAZOLA
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The CANADA STARCH CO. Limited
MAZOLA
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Swift Canadian Co., Limited
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Swift Canadian Co., Limited
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The MacLean Publishing Company, Limited
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The MacLean Publishing Company, Limited
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Modess
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WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
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WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
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YOUNG CANADA BOOSTER CLUB
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YOUNG CANADA BOOSTER CLUB
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Iceland Is a Strange Country
Its Principal Port is Rarely Frozen; Hot Springs Furnish Heat in Many Places.
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THE BOSTON TRANSCRIPT
A FEW facts regarding Iceland which are not generally known are contained in an article regarding that strange and sparsely populated country published in the Boston Transcript. "You very probably did not know that Iceland is one of the most volcanic regions of the earth; that it is the most sparsely populated country in Europe; that although it touches the Arctic Circle its principal port has not been frozen over in forty years; that it has one of the most changeable climates in the world; that it is doubtful if there are any land mammals indigenous to it; that it possesses neither reptiles nor batrachians; that its cod fisheries are one of the most important in the world.
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Butterfly Farming Pays
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TRVIN SCHLESSELMAN, eighteen-year-old Cedar Rapids, Iowa, youth, is a butterfly farmer and has hatcheries, traps, and displays for raising thirty different species of moths and butterflies. Through a hole in the floor of every caterpillar’s home a branch of food leaves is inserted.
Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0068.xml
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The L. McBrine Co. Limited
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The L. McBrine Co. Limited
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0069.xml
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MACLEAN'S
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0070.xml
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC Co. Limited
WAFFLE IRON
CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC Co. Limited
TOASTER
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0071.xml
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THE FRANK A. MUNSEY COMPANY
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THE FRANK A. MUNSEY COMPANY
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0072.xml
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0073.xml
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0074.xml
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CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED
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CANADIAN INDUSTRIES LIMITED
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0075.xml
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LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES
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LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0076.xml
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PRICE BROTHERS & COMPANY, Limited: DONNACONA INSULATING BOARD
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PRICE BROTHERS & COMPANY, Limited
DONNACONA INSULATING BOARD
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0077.xml
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TILLSONBURG SHOE CO. LIMITED
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TILLSONBURG SHOE CO. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0078.xml
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0079.xml
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HUMOR
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Wise and Otherwise
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“Parliament is getting careless—slipshod, quite contemptuous of the logical processes of the legal mind.” With a sniff of scorn the Great Lawyer rummaged among his documents and produced the draft of a proposed Bill which it was hoped the House of Commons would reach during the session.
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How Much Do You Know?
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1. In what city was the telephone invented? 2. What are the five subjects for which Nobel prizes are awarded annually? 3. What is the Indian meaning of Toronto? 4. What is the chief city of Iceland? 5. What Indian village formerly occupied the site of Montreal?
Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0081.xml
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STANDARD BRANDS LIMITED: MAGIC BAKING POWDER
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STANDARD BRANDS LIMITED
MAGIC BAKING POWDER
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0082.xml
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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“O.K. Kernel”
Nuts are high in nutriment value and their flavor gives enhanced deliciousness to many other foods
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
WHEN the crispness of autumn is in the air, a deep comfortable chair by a cheerful fire is inviting indeed. What more appealing, then, than a big bowl of nuts at your elbow to nibble as you read or chat with friends? Nuts, however, have an even more important use than as a between-meals confection.
Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0083.xml
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0084.xml
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MacLean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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MacLean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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Horizontal 1. The sun 4. Separate 9. To scold 12. Fear 13. Governor 14. In the past 15. Item 17. Marionette 19. Crippled 21. Spanish article 22. A crustacean 25. Globe 27. The Orient 31. To soak 32. Vexation 34. Capable seaman (abbr). 35. A constellation
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BOVRIL
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0086.xml
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Harold F. Ritchie & Co., Ltd.
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Harold F. Ritchie & Co., Ltd.
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0087.xml
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Kenton Pharmacal Co.: BROWNATONE
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Kenton Pharmacal Co.
BROWNATONE
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0088.xml
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0090.xml
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LIQUID SILVERPOLISH RECKITT'S (Oversea) LIMITED: Silvo
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LIQUID SILVERPOLISH RECKITT'S (Oversea) LIMITED
Silvo
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0091.xml
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THE HOOVER COMPANY LIMITED
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THE HOOVER COMPANY LIMITED
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0092.xml
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Books and the Decorative Scheme
Books have beauty of color and form as well as of content; hence their importance as decorative accessories
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F. L. DE N. SCOTT
BOOKS in any quantity are a constant source of worry to the average householder. They are always getting out of place and disturbing the orderliness of rooms. The book you want can never be found at the time it is wanted, and the whole collection has an uncanny way of increasing.
Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0093.xml
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO LIMITED
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO LIMITED
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0094.xml
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FLUSHO
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0095.xml
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BIG BEN
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0096.xml
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Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company of Canada, Limited.: BISSELL SWEEPER
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Bissell Carpet Sweeper Company of Canada, Limited.
BISSELL SWEEPER
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0097.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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How to Read and Digest a Financial Statement
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F. B. HOUSSER
THE analysis of financial statements is a business for highly trained experts, but any intelligent man or woman can learn to read a balance sheet with sufficient perspicacity to judge the financial position of any company in which they may be interested.
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0099.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Financial Queries
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Question—I would be pleased if you can supply the following information. 1. Has each of the following companies paid dividends on its common slock for the past year? 2. Has each of the companies sufficient orders or business in sight to warrant the assumption that each will pay dividends on its common stock for the coming year?
Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0100.xml
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THE DOMINION LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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THE DOMINION LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0101.xml
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THE FINANCIAL POST CORPORATION SERVICE
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THE FINANCIAL POST CORPORATION SERVICE
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0102.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Consistent—“The most amazing coincidence I ever remember was on the eleventh day of the eleventh month, and I lived in a house with number eleven on the door, and I backed the eleventh horse in a race.” “And the horse won, I suppose?” “Nothing of the kind.
Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0103.xml
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0104.xml
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0105.xml
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A. J. DENNE AND COMPANY, LIMITED
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A. J. DENNE AND COMPANY, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0106.xml
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THE GIRLS
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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Quite, But It’s Easier to Hug With the Right Arm Editor, MacLean’s: Since becoming a subscriber to your magazine a couple of years ago, I have enjoyed it most thoroughly. I know of no other publication which gives such comprehensive information regarding progress.
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Removal to More Commodious Premises.
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THE EDITOR
In case you should happen to be seeking “In the Editor's Confidence" it will be found now and in future on page two. The table of contents will appear regularly on page four. “Brickbats and Bouquets" will occupy this page as a steady feature, and those who hurl them are beseeched to keep them short.
Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0108.xml
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LIBBY MCNEILL & LIBBY OF CANADA, LTD.
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LIBBY MCNEILL & LIBBY OF CANADA, LTD.
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0109.xml
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The Parker Fountain Pen Company Limited: Parker Duofold
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The Parker Fountain Pen Company Limited
Parker Duofold
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Maclean's_19311015_0044_020_0110.xml