Issue: 19320201

Monday, February 1, 1932
February 1st 1932
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GENERAL MOTORS
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GENERAL MOTORS
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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Maclean's
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Maclean's_19320201_0045_003_0005.xml
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Lambert Pharmacal Co.
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Lambert Pharmacal Co.
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In the Editors Confidence
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WE READ recently that somewhere in the United States a group of newspaper proprietors had agreed to ban the use of the word depression in their respective journals. This recalls Eddie Cantor's predicament. He had joined a Society for the Elimination of the Word Depression.
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Maritime Telegraph Telephone Co.
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Maritime Telegraph Telephone Co.
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Maclean's_19320201_0045_003_0008.xml
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The Cream of Wheat Corporation
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The Cream of Wheat Corporation
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HUNTED
A strange tale of adventure with salary attached
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FREDERICK B. WATT
DICK walked up to the door of the Splendid with the careless assurance he might have displayed in palmier days. True, a lone five-cent piece bounced disconsolately about in the one trouser pocket that still remained unholed, but his appearance was that of a man who had spent his last dollar to very good advantage.
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On “Catching Cold”
Keep your fingers out ofi your mouth and eyes and shun the man who sneezes
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D. A. STEWART, M.D.
WHEN Dr. Samuel Johnson visited the Hebrides a century and a half ago, he was told that the people of St. Kilda “caught a cold’’ every time a ship ame into the harbor. “Preposterous!” said be very positive Dr. Samuel. “Ridiculous! A ere fable!”
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Thirteen Years After
Soft drink canteens now decorate Hill 6o; German visitors are too noisy; old residents tell odd stories of war days
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WILL R. BIRD
THE Memorial on Hill 62 is at the crest of a series of great steps, a unique piece of work. From the top one has a good view all around. Looking down over the bare crest of Observatory Ridge, one sees the remnants of Maple Copse. Zillebeke is beyond, and its church tower is reflected in the placid surface of Zillebeke Lake.
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FICTION
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CRYING MEN
“Aye, I says it an I means it. Fightin men are cryin men, and no man knows what fightin' is unless there's a woman in it"
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W. Redvers Dent
FIGHTIN’ men are cryin’ men,” said the old man, as if laying down a new law. And to emphasize his point he bit savagely at a huge plug of tobacco. The tourist smiled and gazed almost affectionately at the weather-beaten but still youthful-faced and eager-eyed octogenarian.
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"Star of the Sea"
The glorious last voyage of a gallant old captain and a ship with what sailors call a soul
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Norman Reilly Raine
OUT at the end of the quiet backwater, tree-rimmed and dark sheltered even on sunny days of boisterous winds, was a bright patch of the outer harbor, blue and sparkling in the afternoon light. A black-hulled, yellowfunnelled China tramp, inward bound, steamed past the narrow entrance, a giant Australasian liner, with tiered white decks, slid by, spinning a flat highway of lacy brine; ferries tooted and churned along, their top decks hung with passengers, the setting sun flashing back in beaten gold from long lines of windows.
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GENARAL ARTICLES
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I'd Unite the Prairie Provinces
A distinguished jurist urges political union as a means to more efficient and economical government of the Prairie West
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HON. W. F. A. TURGEON
FOREMOST among the uses of our present adversity is the awakening in the national as well as in the individual consciousness of the impulse to put an end to waste and to establish economy. We have become more careful of our personal and household expenses, and more mindful of our right as citizens to examine and to express our views upon the financial structure and the financial operations of the nation.
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18,19,34
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Dooryard Horse
Simeon may have lacked a self-starter but, gol riney, once he got into action there was no holding him
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SEWELL PEASLEE WRIGHT
OLD Simeon Prebble stumped into the kitchen, waving a handful of mail to be exact, the current issue of the Daily Journal, two circulars from fertilizer firms, the little midsummer catalogue of a mail order house, a bulky letter from a school teaching taxidermy by correspondence, and a gaudy folder from a stationary-engine manufacturer.
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SPORT
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Our Olympics Hopes
Here’s the line-up of Canadian contenders for the winter Olympiad—and here’s hoping
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H. H. ROXBOROUGH
IN THE early days of February the sports armies of twenty nations will concentrate in the northeastern portion of the United States, and engage in a physical struggle that will have for its objective the championship of the Third Olympic Winter Games.
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Backstage at Ottawa
Another significant installment of the news behind the news from the nation s capital
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A POLITICIAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
SPENDING these days, and a part of the nights, closeted in his East Block office, inaccessible to callers, aloof from colleagues and friends, Premier Bennett works on a document, writes, rewrites, revises. He is producing the Speech from the Throne with which, on February 4, Lord Bessborough will put into motion the most critical session of our most momentous peace-time Parliament.
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The Case of The Painted Girl
A ward mystery grows more involved and a distressed lady encounters new peril
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FRANK KING
The story: Motoring from London to Scotland to enjoy a vacation, Jimmy Harrison stops beside a moorland stream at night to put water in his radiator, and climbs a wall to borrow a can. Immediately a bell begins to ring and does not stop. A figure slips past him in the darkness.
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MACLEAN’S
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Government Economy Is Imperative
Newspapers throughout the Dominion agree that unnecessary spending must cease
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SINCE the question of the rising cost of government was brought up in an article by Floyd S. Chalmers in the December 1 number of Maclean's Magazine and also in an address by the editor of Maclean’s before the Association of Canadian Advertisers, the subject has been discussed by newspapers all over the Dominion.
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FELS & COMPANY
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FELS & COMPANY
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DESOTO MOTOR CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED
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DESOTO MOTOR CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED
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THE STUDEBAKER CORPORATION OF CANADA, LTD.
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THE STUDEBAKER CORPORATION OF CANADA, LTD.
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Maclean's_19320201_0045_003_0026.xml
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CAMPANA CORPORATION LIMITED
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CAMPANA CORPORATION LIMITED
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Maclean's_19320201_0045_003_0027.xml
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Three-in-One Oil Company
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Three-in-One Oil Company
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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Maclean's_19320201_0045_003_0029.xml
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DEL MONTE
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DEL MONTE
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Advertisements
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Maclean's_19320201_0045_003_0031.xml
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THE DOMINION ASSURANCE COMPANY
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THE DOMINION ASSURANCE COMPANY
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W. Symington & Co. Ltd.
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W. Symington & Co. Ltd.
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CUTICURA
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CUTICURA
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ASPIRIN
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ASPIRIN
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THE FRANK A. MUNSEY COMPANY
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THE FRANK A. MUNSEY COMPANY
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In the World of Science
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PARIS extracts annually from her garbage 70,000,000 kilowatt hours of electrical power. Hence the generation of power has become, if not the object, the chief byproduct of incineration. Other by-products are concrete aggregates, a raw material for manufacturing bricks, fertilizer and metal scrap.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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The VALENTINE PARTY
Daintiness and charm should be the keynote of the Valentine decorative scheme
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
AT ANY other season it is not considered good form to wear your heart on your sleeve. But on St. Valentine’s Day it’s quite the thing to do, and everyone who has a heart displays it— whole, broken, or pierced with Cupid’s mischievous arrow.
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THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING COMPANY
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THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING COMPANY
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VICKS VAPORUB
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VICKS VAPORUB
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Maclean's Cross'word Puzzle
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Maclean's Cross'word Puzzle
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Horizontal 1. Evil 4. To imitate 8. Container 11. Native metallic compound 12. Head 13. Remote 15. Carved out 17. Large vessel 19. Personal pronoun 20. To remedy 21. Jewel 22. Couch 23. Premonition 25. Went hastily 26. Frees 27. A skin tumor
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BOVRIL
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BOVRIL
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Walls We Like About Us
Wood panelling substitutes and photographic wall paper now help to make both old and new walls interesting
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F. L. DEN . SCOTT
WALLS form the chief background for rooms. There is only one floor, but there are four walls and whichever way the eye turns it cannot escape the wall. So many rooms which contain the re quisite amount of furniture, skilfully chosen and attractively arranged, nevertheless seem bare and lifeless or monotonous because the walls are too neutral, too unimaginative.
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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The Problem of Short Selling
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F. B. HOUSSER
THERE is perhaps no activity connected with the stock market about which there is more misunderstanding and therefore more public prejudice than that known in the slang of the market as “short selling.” A more polite and accurate expression would be "selling something you haven’t got.”
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BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS
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Financial Queries
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Question—I have a small sum of money which I would like to invest and would appreciate your opinion as to what I should do with it. As this is my all, I do not want to take risks and must be sure of a reasonable return on my investment— H. W., Victoria County, Ont.
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NESBITT, THOMSON and Company Limited
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NESBITT, THOMSON and Company Limited
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THE Mutual Life Assurance Company
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THE Mutual Life Assurance Company
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HOTELS STATLER
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HOTELS STATLER
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HUMAR
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WIT AND WISDOM
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JOSEPH EASTON MCDOUGALL
Depression Everywhere are men in session, Through this land of liberty, To discuss the trade depression And suggest a remedy; They see signs of retrogression In a depressed currency; But expressions of depression Are what most depresses me.
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HUMAR
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In Fewer Words
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Ah, Happy Days!—Understand, these testimonials by famous writers you see in the sock ads were written several years ago when writers had socks.—Montreal Star. Urgent—Golfer: “Pardon me, but would you mind if I played through? I’ve just heard that my wife is seriously ill.
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As Others Have It
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Convincing—At a banquet in New York a prominent financier made an address which he ended with a passage from an immortal poet. When he had sat down the guest next to him whispered, “You had that line of Keats’ a bit twisted.” "I said it that way purposely,” he replied.
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HUMAR
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Brickbats Bouquets
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As a steady reader of Maclean’s during the past eight years, also as one who from 1916-19 saw a lot of Northeastern French Territory as a Canadian railway sapper, let me congratulate you on two features of your January 1 issue, just arrived. One is for the story by Mrs. Grimshaw. I know the isles of the Pacific, and my aunt was a resident missionary in Micronesia for over twenty years.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
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Maclean's_19320201_0045_003_0065.xml
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Parker Fountain Pen Co. Limited
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Parker Fountain Pen Co. Limited
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