Issue: 19320615

Wednesday, June 15, 1932
June 15th 1932
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The Story of the Camera
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TO PRESERVE the likeness of those whom we love by some form more tangible than memory has ever been the wish of mankind. From the most ancient times have come crude paintings, sculptures and other methods of reproducing human features. With the advent of the camera, all people acquired for the first time an inexpensive, satisfying and easy way by which to preserve the memory of people and scenes.
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In the Editor’s Confidence
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In the Editor’s Confidence
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FEW CANADIAN writers have turned to business and political intrigue as a basis for a novel. Many have written of the soil, of the pioneers, and of the romantic costume period. But the comedy, drama and sometimes tragedy of industry, finance and politics have been passed by.
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FICTION
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Plunder
Commencing a Sensational Canadian Novel of Financial and Political Intrigue
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JAMES MICHAEL CORBIE
HIDDEN away in the wide northern expanse of the Province of Huron lies a certain group of little lakes which someone in long-ago days named Timber Chain. Nobody knows why now. A very lovely and a very lonely spot, yet it possesses a claim to distinction quite apart from its beauty and its solitude.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Hard Times
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Edna Jaques
You wouldn’t think that poverty Could teach you anything, That drought and wind and empty fields Could make a fellow sing. But I have learned that life holds more Than all I ever knew, * The deep abiding lovely things, That live and stay with you.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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HOW TO WRECK YOUR VACATION
A few hints about how to make your holidays a howling success
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FRANCES BELL
THE holiday season is here again, and the “fortnighters” of the nation are faced with the perennial problem of how best to turn what should be a bright, beneficial vacation into a subject for months of rueful reflection. Within geographical limits they are free to ruin their holidays any way they see fit.
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STANDARDS
Cableville thrills to the lure of the Tent Show and a dainty lady learns that love's a flame not to be trifled with
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PATIENCE EDEN
QUITE possibly Julie La Farge was meant to stroll on golden sands, to be looked at by people lounging under beach umbrellas, to be commented upon by discriminating males. She had the build becoming to such a setting. Instead, she cantered gracefully over the stones and scallop shells strewn along the rough beach of Cableville, and was looked at by any man or men who happened to be hauling up buckets of fish from the boats or unsnarling lines in a trawl tub.
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SPORT
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OUR OLYMPIC CHANCES
Only in the shorter races do Canadian prospects appear rosy, but Olympic meets are full of surprises
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H. H. ROXBOROUGH
WHEN the Canadian expedition of sport warriors sailed for Amsterdam in 1928 the impression of the stay-at-homes was that, while the morale and fighting spirit of the athletes were splendid, their ability was only fair and victories would be neither plentiful nor sensational.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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It Can Be Done
One of Canada’s international salesmen offers practical suggestions for transforming Conference agreements into effective action
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BEVERLEY OWEN
OUT of the Imperial economic conference at Ottawa there is expected to emerge a system of preferential tariffs and a network of concessions to further the exchange of commodities and products between the various parts of the Empire. But when the statesmen and economists have finished their work, and a sheaf of documents and resolutions have been signed and sealed and ratified by the Parliaments concerned, what then?
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The HUMAN HAZARD
A Comedy of Golf and Love
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GEORGE E. CLOUGH
TWO very queer things happened in our Crocus Vale Golf Club last summer. First, we acquired a Human Hazard. “What is a Human Hazard?” you ask me. My reply is unprintable, so wait and see. His name was Andy. Andy Rouse. He was a more vexatious hazard than any bunker, water, ditch, bush, sand, path or road.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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THIRTEEN YEARS AFTER
Camblain l’Abbe, Bruay and Divion—a Madame who remembers—“Oo, la-la, but it was a game”—Bourecq and the Forty-Twa's
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WILL R. BIRD
WE WENT back to the Mont St. Eloi road and on toward Camblain l’Abbé. On the right, the wood has grown young trees to cover the old sawmill sites, and all is changed. It was over that wood that the red German plane used to come to drop bombs. On the left there were a few rough mounds where the ammunition dumps used to be.
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The Man They Forgot
Treachery and violence meet their just reward and a gentleman of little stature proves himself a man of great heart
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R. V GERY
IT WAS five o’clock in the evening, and the day’s intolerable heat had begun to slacken a little with the declining sun. Vickery, casting about him for something to do that might possibly please the boss on his return from the pearling beds, had found a hoe and was weeding a coral path among the palms.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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RUSSIA’S NEW WOMAN
She has equal rights, has lost some privileges but will take a back seat for no man
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RHEA G. CLYMAN
THERE are no women in Soviet Russia now; there are only workers and citizens.” Clinging to the icy rail of the bus with one hand, using the other and his foot to ward off the menacing queue of women whom he had beaten out of their turn, the young man hurled his defiance as the vehicle rattled along the ice-crusted Moscow streets.
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FICTION
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Fish Tales
Disciples of the gentle art demonstrate that truth is stranger than fiction
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THE last milestone I passed was my eighty-fourth. A little more than a year ago I had such a bad attack of pleurisy that the “doc.” and all my folks thought I was finished. They are having another think now, ever since I caught the big maskinonge.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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The Fight for Empire Unity
How the Annexationists were defeated and how close Canada was to invasion from the South
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J. B. MACLEAN
IN MY last article I introduced Colonel George Taylor Denison, the third of the trio who led the movement for Empire unity and preference in Canada. Unlike the others. Colonel Denison was native-born of the third and fourth generation, and hence more truly representative of the real Canadian spirit.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Would Inflation Banish Depression?
Authorities in England and United States argue for and against monetary reform
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MONETARY inflation as a cure for the world’s economic ills is being seriously discussed in both Great Britain and United States, but authorities are by no means agreed that such a measure would banish depression. In England, Lord Beaverbrook is sure that it would, and in his newspaper, The Sunday Express, so states in the following words:
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The Churchill Controversy
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MY ATTENTION has been drawn to an article which appeared in your issue of May 1, dealing with the question of the Hudson Bay Railroad and the Port of Churchill. I should like to correct several statements made, and particularly those regarding the cost of loading the two trial cargoes of grain shipped in September, 1931, by the steamers Farnworth and Warkworhth, as well as the circumstances of their engagement.
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Light Eliminates Insects
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TIMES are also bad in the insect world. But the causes of this entomological depression, unlike the economic unrest in the human world, are not hard to find. All are laid at the door of Dr. Thomas J. Headlee, entomologist of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, who has discovered that Oriental peach moths and codling moths will not lay their eggs in daylight nor in temperatures lower than sixty degrees Fahrenheit.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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FACE VALUES
More about the art of achieving beauty by dressing up to your worst feature
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CONSTANCE TEMPLETON
LONG ago magicians and soothsayers claimed that the mirror was the fount of beauty. Plain princesses and elderly queens had but to gaze in the mirror and become beautiful—which is much the same principle as that on which the beauty specialists work today.
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Maclean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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Maclean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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1. A Queen Anne figure (English school). 7. Closely follows the sailor and sounds like canine thanks. 8. Defensive armor still worn. 10. A girl’s name. 11. A revolutionary killed in his bath. 12. Gretna’s Italian horror. 15. Arrange letters in “presume” to mean top of the pile.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Curtains
The manner in which curtains and draperies are hung is quite as important as their color and texture
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F. L. DEN. SCOTT
ONE of the best ways of introducing color and variety into a room is by way of the window. Windows are more flexible and more versatile than floors or walls or pieces of furniture. Windows can easily be changed with the seasons, so far as the interior of the house is concerned, with a small outlay of time and money.
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YOUR SAVINGS
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Time as a Factor in Investment
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W. J. JEFFERS
A GOOD INVESTMENT, like a healthy man, is not immune from disease or accident. A stock which is promising today may become difficult to sell next year because of a series of unforeseen events or inside conditions sedulously hidden from outside eyes.
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Too True— It makes no mortal difference How new your joke may be. You’ll find some one who heard it Way back in ’63. —Sunday Express (London). The Lesser Evil—Then there is that London heiress who has just married the man she shot back in 1927. And the question naturally arises:
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Fixed—Little Girl: “My money-box used to rattle.” Pop: “Doesn’t it rattle now?” Little Girl: “No—Johnnie mended it for me.”—Drumheller (Alta.) Mail Ambition—“What will be your chief aim now you are in the legislature?” asked the interviewer.
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Brickbats Bouquets
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Brickbats Bouquets
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In my humble opinion, “This Bridge Mania” is one of those articles at once right and wrong. The bridge club is not responsible for jealousy and enmity. I am inclined to think there is less idle gossip at a bridge club than at most social gatherings for the simple reason that there is so little opportunity.
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