Issue: 19311101

Sunday, November 1, 1931
November 1st 1931
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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In the Editor's Confidence
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WE MIGHT as well be frank about it, and confess that we do love to listen to a good, hot argument. Not that we have a destructive mind. As a child we could keep clockwork toys for years, and we prefer an argument which produces some constructive thought to an argument which just winds up with baneful glaring.
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THE MACLEAN COMPANY OF GREAT BRITAIN, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN COMPANY OF GREAT BRITAIN, LIMITED
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The Cream of Wheat Corporation
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The Cream of Wheat Corporation
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Toronto Gives Me a Pain
At last a man tells Why he thinks Toronto is Smug—How do you feel about it?
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RALPH B. THORPE
THESE Ontario people make me sick.” Until four years ago I lived in the West. For twenty years after leaving school I travelled the Prairie Provinces, with occasional stays on the Pacific Coast. I have heard that phrase repeated so many times in so many places that it’s as familiar to me as “Good morning.”
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The Romanticist
Love may laugh at locksmiths— but what about a barrier of seven million dollars?
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RAYNER SEELIG
MYSTERIOUS," said Ace Patterson. “Very mysterious.” He was romantic, and the two young men with whom he shared a crowded apartment on Bloor Street exchanged indulgent glances. Ace spread out the heavy note paper. “Listen, you oafs. She says—it’s a she, of course:
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This Campaign Fund Racket
A campaign manager explains why there must be Money in Politics
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GEORGE M. MURRAY
HUGE campaign funds have become the usual thing in Canadian elections because of the growing tendency of the average citizen to shirk from bearing a share of the burden of creating and maintaining decent government. If all the facts were brought out, I think it could be proved that the average Canadian voter is indirectly responsible for the Beauharnois campaign fund scandal.
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Johnny Boker
A tale of a tall ship, an insatiable thirst and a two-legged derelict
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CAPTAIN DINGLE
A HARD-LOOKING seaman spat and stepped aside to avoid a lurching ragged hobo, and his companion laughed. “That’s old Johnny Boker. Don’t tell me you never heard of old Johnny?” “I smelled him. Who is he anyhow? Pah! Looks white, too.” “A good man to know,” grinned the other.
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The KING’S TRUMPETER
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ALLAN SWINTON
I HAD dropped into a movie to kill an idle hour. There was an orchestral performance between the films, and at the first selection I became aware of the superlative skill of one of the comet players whose notes licked through the others’ jaded efforts like flame among the timbers of a rotten barn.
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The DONNELLY CASE
A lynching in Ontario? Yes, a lynching in Ontario and one of the most barbarous crimes of the kind on record. Here are the facts
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J. LAMBERT PAYNE
IN THE late 'forties of the last century a considerable group of settlers came out from Ireland and took up land in the Township of Biddulph, Middlesex County in Ontario. For the most part they were from Tipperary, and the older people continued to speak the Celtic tongue to the end of their lives.
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That Forward Pass
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Al Ritchie’s Opinion
Ted Reeve recently told Maclean readers he didn’t think so much of the forward pass in Canadian football. Listen to these echoes from a famous western coach and from a western fan
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AL RITCHIE
BILL ROSE
INTRODUCTION of the forward pass to Canadian rugby has given fans and players the finest game in the world, and the present season will go down in Canadian sporting history as the greatest because of the forward pass. Teddy Reeve is not enthusiastic over the forward pass.
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That Forward Pass
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“Well, the Crowd Likes It”
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Bill Rose
WHETHER in Winnipeg or Victoria, every time the pigskin spiralled out over the forwards to an endwinger racing deep into enemy territory, the cash customers leaned forward and held their collective breath. When the pass was completed they were on their feet yelling; when it was muffed, they settled back with a moan.
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Thicker Than Water
Blood will tell even on the gridiron, although the results are not always what one would expect of brotherly love
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CLELAND LUNDY
HE Queen’s University stadium on Football Day. A glorious tan and gold October afternoon. In the long bleachers, a throng of students and cheap-seaters, milling, jostling, laughing. The women’s section, flaunting smart furs and golden chrysanthemums.
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"I Wish We Had a King"
A United States Citizen says: I could wish that Britain’s King were Our King. I advocate the British form of Government as being the best in the world”
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JOHN LOUIS HILL
WHILE I am a loyal American citizen, this fact does not compel me blindly to believe that ours is the best form of national government in the world; nor does it deter me in these days of free speech from expressing some of my ideas relative thereto.
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Swift Water Trails
Stirring adventures of a steamship engineer who helped transport an army of gold seekers along the perilous rivers of the glamorous and tragic Klondike
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CHARLES R. WEDDLETON
ABOUT the age of seventeen I began my career on the sea by steamboating off the rough coast of Nova Scotia. After a number of years of shopwork and coasting from Newfoundland to Boston I became enthused with the idea of reaching the Klondike; hence I became one of the first to engineer a boat on the swift waters there.
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A Man from Glengarry
A portrait sketch of the one-time Canadian school teacher who became the head of one of Britain’s greatest banks
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JOHN A. STEVENSON
THERE are some Canadian exiles resident in Britain who have not exactly shed lustre upon the land of their nativity, and the suggestion has been made that their exportation from Canada is a subtle form of retaliation for the importation of hundreds of English “remittance men” whom Canada has had to receive into her bosom through the generations.
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UNDERSTANDING WALLIE
Here’s a tale to chuckle over—the trials and triumphs of a Juliet whose dog had an appetite and a Romeo who wore edible trousers
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Helen Gordon Mattern
EXCEPT for two little girls playing hop-scotch on the north side of the street, Laurel Avenue was deserted. It was that zero hour between tea and dinner when the wives and mothers of the neighborhood have returned from calling or shopping and the men have not yet commenced their nightly pilgrimage homeward.
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There's No Such Word
The path of Romance leads to a state secret, and a weapon in hand becomes a perilous possession
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ROLAND PERTWEE
The story: Motoring into the South American republic of Sao Pedro in search of adventure, the Honorable Larry Odell catches sight of Senorita Daryl Forsythe, beautiful stepdaughter of Areal Pacheco, President of the republic, as she is driven past him in her luxurious car, and falls instantly in love with her.
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Shanty Days Are Here Again
There was a time when it was “men only” in the pulp forests, but nowadays the shantymen’s entourage includes madame his wife, grandma, the baby and the old family cow
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HARVEY B. CAMPBELL
A LOG travelling at eighty-three miles an hour down a mountain side and hurtling hundreds of feet through the air as it leaves the track is worth going to see. even if the thermometer is thirty-eight below zero. On a broad plateau high above the Pickabau River, “jobbers” were cutting pulpwood.
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China and Japan Differ in Policy
Tangled economic and political relations have led to present crisis in Manchuria
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GEO. E. SOKOLSKY
THE differences between China and Japan which have led to a crisis in Manchuria are rather complicated, according to George E. Sokolsky, who sums them up in the New York Times. “The present crisis in Manchuria, which has led the Council of the League of Nations to address an urgent appeal to China and Japan ‘to abstain from every act liable to aggravate the situation,’ is the culmination of a series of incidents in that part of China involving the two most important countries of eastern Asia.
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“Black Light” Traps Crooks
Under Ultra-violet Rays, Apparently Identical Articles Show Different Glow.
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EDWIN W. TEALE
A NEW application of ultra-violet rays by means of which crooks can be trapped, raised cheques detected, and fakes of all kinds exposed is explained in Popular Science by Edwin W. Teale. “In New York City, perfume bootleggers hatched what they thought was a perfect plot.
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Snowden's Quotation from Swinburne
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Swinburne
TN A recent speech in the British House of Commons, Right Hon. Philip Snowden quoted from a poem of Swinburne’s three lines ending with the words: “Come the world against her, England yet shall stand." Believing that many of our readers would like to see the poem, we are therefore printing it.
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How to Find Way If Lost
Direction Can be Learned by Means of Watch or by Watching Shadows.
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R. G. LEWIS
HOW to get out of the woods when you don’t know which way to turn is the subject of an interesting article by R. G. Lewis in The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors. The author states: “People who get lost in the woods can be divided into three classes.
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Copper Can Be Hardened
With Tensile Strength Greater Than That of Steel, Many New Uses Are Possible.
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WILLIAM E. GAMMON
A NEW process of hardening copper which may have an important effect upon industry is thus described by William E. Gammon in the Review of Reviews. “Like all basic commodities, copper suffers from depression. During the past year and a half producers have grown grey contenting themselves with the economic truism that the world could not long do without the metal.
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Unconventional Wills Are Valid
If Properly Witnessed, They May Be Written on Eggshells or Petticoats.
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BASSETT DIGBY
A WILL is a legal instrument which should be drawn with meticulous care, yet some very unconventional ones have been held to be valid. Writing in the Spectator (London), Bassett Digby, in an article on wills, states: “Some time ago there was litigation in the Probate Court in London over the validity of a will alleged to have been made by a Manchester Ship Canal pilot who had died at sea.
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MACLEAN'S SNAPSHOT ALBUM
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Holland Gains Land from Sea
A New Province, Containing One-tenth of Its Arable Land, Will Be Added.
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THE DAILY MAIL
RECLAMATION work on a stupendous scale is being pushed rapidly forward in Holland. An area where fish swam and waves rolled last year is this year producing crops. Twenty years or more will be required to complete the great project. Regarding it, the Daily Mail (London) states:
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Crusoe’s Island Now Inhabited
Many People Cultivate the Land and a Hotel Accommodates the Tourists.
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BOSTON TRANSCRIPT
THE isolated island of Juan Fernandez, upon which the original “Robinson Crusoe” lived in solitude for many years, is now the home of a considerable number of inhabitants, according to an article in The Boston Transcript. “The domain over which the original ‘Robinson Crusoe’ wandered with his Man Friday, has had its first census taken.
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Calories and Vitamins
Some plain-spoken truths about how to diet and how not to diet
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GRANT FLEMING
SUFFICIENT and suitable food is essential in building up a sound body and maintaining it in a condition of health. There are many points to be considered in selecting a diet which will ensure a sound body, but in this article, attention will be directed to two only, namely, quantity and vitamin content.
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC Co. Limited
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC Co. Limited
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New Engines Run on Hot Water
Cost Less to Operate, Deliver High Power, and in Addition to These Possess a Number of Other Advantages.
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INDUSTRIAL BULLETIN
AN ENGINE which is operated by heated water instead of steam at much less expense, delivers high power at low speeds, is more compact than a steam plant and has a negligible explosion risk, is described in the Industrial Bulletin of Arthur D. Little, Inc., Massachusetts.
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The MacLean Publishing Company, Limited
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The MacLean Publishing Company, Limited
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Villages in India Are Backward
Overpopulation and Ignorance Keep Millions of Gandhi’s Followers Close to the Borderline of Starvation
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C. F. STRICKLAND
LIGHT has been thrown on the causes of unrest in India by C. F. Strickland in Foreign Affairs (New York), who states some of the reasons for Gandhi’s demand for independence: "The outstanding feature of an Indian village is poverty—due to conservatism and ignorance, to weak stamina and indebtedness, but due above all to the pressure of population, to that relentless flow of births which makes each improvement in agricultural production the occasion for a still more minute subdivision of the land.
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Strange Lights Are Unexplained
Will-o’-the-wisp Seen in Different Localities All Over the World Has Mystified Scientists for Many Years
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CHARLES F. TALMAN
THAT the mysterious lights which play about various parts of the world have never been scientifically explained is pointed out by Charles F. Talman in an article in The New York Herald Tribune. He says: "At Ringstead Bay, on the south coast of England, one afternoon in 1876, two ladies were walking along the edge of a cliff.
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BAUER & BLACK LTD.
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BAUER & BLACK LTD.
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THE CANADIAN SPOOL COTTON CO.
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THE CANADIAN SPOOL COTTON CO.
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THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING COMPANY
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THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING COMPANY
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THE GREAT WEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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THE GREAT WEST LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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THE FRANK A. MUNSEY COMPANY
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THE FRANK A. MUNSEY COMPANY
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How Much Do You Know?
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How Much Do You Know?
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1. What is the name of the largest bone in the human foot? 2. What do the followers of Mohammed call their creed? 3. Give the date of Candlemas Day? 4. What is the science of phonology: 5. What is the meaning of jejune? 6. Where was the birthplace of Sir Charles Tupper?
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Soup’s On!
To convert cheap ingredients and left-overs into good soup is no mean accomplishment, yet the art is not difficult to learn
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
SOMEONE has said that “the French are a nation eminent in soups.” Tribute indeed to the thrift and culinary skill for which the housewives of France are renowned! It is no mean accomplishment to take an inexpensive soup bone, a few fresh vegetables, some odds and ends of left-overs, a little rice or barley, to blend and discreetly season them, to cook and achieve a dish of appetizing fragrance and flavor.
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THE CANADIAN SPOOL COTTON CO.
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THE CANADIAN SPOOL COTTON CO.
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Maclean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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Maclean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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1. Pedestal 5. Finish 8. 100 per cent 10. Infant 13. Method 15. Beginning 18. Finished 20. Small silver coin 22. Before 23. Loving 25. Exists 27. Exhaust 29. Perform 30. Part 31. Mother 32. Broken flax 34. Pavement fluid 35. Pronoun 36. Part of “to be”
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Stevens-Hepner Company Limited
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Stevens-Hepner Company Limited
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Maclean's_19311101_0044_021_0075.xml
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Maclean's_19311101_0044_021_0076.xml
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HUMOR
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Carpets for Beauty and Utility
Fine domestic copies of Oriental rugs and new types of linoleum are bringing about a new era of color and comfort in floor covering
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F. L. DEN. SCOTT
THE widespread interest in color in home decoration is reflected in the new floor coverings. This is particularly true of the plain tone carpets and rugs, where the outstanding interest this fall is the presence of definite color. Not so long ago floors were covered in neutral tones.
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Maclean's_19311101_0044_021_0078.xml
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That Forward Pass
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New Uses for Glass
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THE house of the near future will have walls of glass on steel ribs. The main parts of the walls and the cornices will be of glass of various colors. The colors will be nonfading; only soap and water will be needed to keep them ever beautiful and gleaming.
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Maclean's_19311101_0044_021_0080.xml
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Some Rules for Estimating Values of Mining Stocks
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F. B. HOUSSER
IN THE last issue of Maclean's a few pointers were given on how to read and interpret the balance sheet of an industrial company. While the suggestions made in that article apply generally to all balance sheets, there are special factors which have to be kept in mind when dealing with the balance sheet of a mining company because a mine is a wasting asset.
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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—May I trouble you for some information on the National Light and Power Company, Limited? I am interested in the bonds of this company and would like to know the present value of this security, the trend of earnings, and some general information on the company as well.—R. J. C., Winnipeg.
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Maclean's_19311101_0044_021_0090.xml
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HUMOR
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WIT AND WISDOM
The New Invention That Was Our Very Own
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JOSEPH EASTON McDOUGALL
They say that malaria’s bad in the tropics; They say that poor sailors are better at home; They say that all travellers are bores, the same topics Make up conversation from Cairo to Nome. And though at first globe-trotting may seem a lark, it Is well known that sight-seeing rapidly palls.
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SPILT MILK
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She tipped my cup and pointed where Four leaves of tea had made a square; She said I’d be a great success, A world-known figure more or less. I heard her show a woman near The portents of a mad career Of distant ports and love-in-danger Of happiness and a dark-eyed stranger.
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Progress
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Arthur L. Lippmann
ON A pleasant morning early in September, 1899, a man might have been observed entering an experimental “horseless carriage” in front of a lawn which was carefully guarded by a docile pair of cast iron deer. This man (who later became one of the great powers in the automotive industry) started merrily down a muddy road at the giddy speed of six miles an hour.
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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I have enjoyed Mrs. Holding’s stories “Absolutely Different” and “Porthos.” The latter especially so. She tells her stories with the skill of a master craftsman and conveys the moral deftly. Hope to see more from her.—O. W. M. Regina. Wouldn’t Any Husband Be In a Neutral Corner?
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