Issue: 19320701

Friday, July 1, 1932
July 1st 1932
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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Caring for the Eyes
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IT IS recorded that Nero suffered from astigmatism, which so infuriated him that the lives of his councillors and slaves were ofttimes in danger when he was unable to see at a distance, particularly during a gladiatorial combat or chariot race.
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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THIRTY-FIVE years have gone by since Cutcliffe Hyne created in Captain Kettle a character who was to maintain his popularity through a long series of sea stories. Since the fiery little skipper retired to play hymns on his foot-bellows organ, few characters have vied for his place.
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FICTION
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Three Glass Phials
Kent Power again involves science and shrewd judgment of human nature in solving a tangled murder mystery
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BENGE ATLEE
THE dinner was in honor of a distinguished English novelist. As the wife of a leading Canadian bank president. Lady Wilkisson was able to do the thing rather well, and never did a literary lion purr more gratefully. The viands had been sauced and garnished by a master hand, the sparkling wine had lain the right number of years in cellars, the port was mellower than last year’s gossip.
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HUMOR
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That Sad Depression
Eddie, the Cheerful Cherub, disposes of the pall of gloom, with a few well chosen words
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J. E. MARCH
THE depression is officially over. Josephus McDermott, the black gentleman cat who reports at my house for meals, has learned to like olives. Josephus McDermott is in some sort a friend of mine, and I take great pride in his judgment. So the depression is officially over.
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FICTION
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"The Lord Will Perwide"
Belial Gallup, master mariner, demonstrates that pirates are vulnerable
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NORMAN REILLY RAINE
BELIAL GALLUP, master mariner, slowly moved his ungainly length from under the sampan hood as the boat came alongside one of Shanghai’s numerous landing stages, and stepped ashore. His big hand dived into a pocket, and brought forth an unique collection of odds and ends and a few Chinese copper coins.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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ROMANTIC VANCOUVER
A Vancouverite unblushingly explains why he believes his hometown to be "the most desirable of all Canadian cities”
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H. H. C. ANDERSON
IN VANCOUVER we once had a slogan competition. Some one won it, but nobody remembers the slogan. We are not very good sloganeers; we prefer to leave that to those who need slogans. Truth is, we don’t believe we need a slogan. However comprehensive and inspiring, it would be sadly inadequate.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Agriculture and Imperial Trade
Agreements to sell, agreements to buy —both are essential to the success of the Ottawa Conference, says this writer
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F. W. CRAWFORD
TAKING the extensive trade years of 1928 and 1929 as a basis, we find that over eighty per cent of Canadian exports to the United Kingdom were of an agricultural nature. With the lower level of prices for farm products and the altered trade conditions exerting a very definite influence, the exports for the calendar year ending December 31, 1931, were still sixty-five per cent agricultural.
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FICTION
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GOLD BEYOND
A dramatic story of a bold bid for treasure and its effect on a girl’s quest for happiness
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MAUD PETTIT HILL
UNDERSTAND me, Dumeresque, if I catch you hanging around here after my daughter, I’ll take one of these chairs and break it over your head.” There was a moment of silence. "A man who has gathered his possessions as carefully as Mr. Lenfort would be more consistent if he were more careful with his chairs,” young Peter Dumeresque replied coolly.
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Plunder
A conspiracy marches forward; Beauty accepts the rôle of decoy; the blind see a golden vision
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JAMES MICHAEL CORBIE
The Story: At his palatial lodge on Burnt Island in the Province of Huron. John Rockingham, the great Canadian financier, is entertaining Sir Peter Tarne and Lord Moundell, international financiers. Together they make plans to control the mineral wealth not only of the province, but of all Canada.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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The Far North Won’t Wait
Transportation is available for the exploitation of the North’s riches, says this writer. Then why hesitate?
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MARGARET HASTINGS
THE Far North Can Wait.” Certainly it can. Is there anything under the sun which is live and vital that cannot wait? Death and decay are the only things which cannot be postponed, and neither word describes the hitherto unexploited North. Yes, the Far North can wait, but is there any object in making it do so?
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Thirteen Years After
XIII—Mercatel and Le Sars—Bapaume still has its war ruins—Courcelette and the sugar refinery of bitter memory
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WILL R. BIRD
ON A frosty morning we left Arras via Ronville and the Arras-Bapaume road. Old war ruins are here and there along the way until you reach the Beaurains British Cemetery. It was an early hour and few people were moving. The ground was frozen hard and little iced pools glinted in the first sunshine.
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The Fight for Empire Unity
“And now the real object of the Conference—preferential trade—is being sidetracked by theorizing about currency"
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J. B. MACLEAN
THIS series was inspired by fears that the work of the Empire Conference might be made difficult for the Empire and for Canada in particular by misunder-standings and by further desperate efforts of powerful foreign interests in our midst to create trouble and prevent agreements.
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Has there been any attempt to preserve the labyrinth and German dug-outs at Pozières? Also should like particulars about a grotto near “Signals” in Albert which contained a stone coffin that contained pieces of equipment and human bones. — A. M. Sommerville, Winnipeg.
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EDUCATIONAL
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THE FRANK A. MUNSEY COMPANY
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THE FRANK A. MUNSEY COMPANY
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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FACE VALUES
Further pointers about the art of achieving beauty by dressing up your worst feature
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CONSTANCE TEMPLETON
IT USED to be different when we fiddled with dolls' hair. Bobbed or long, waved or straight, “done up” in a dozen different ways, the dolls always looked the same. Their stoic features were made in molds; they were always perfectly recognizable, utterly familiar.
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THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING COMPANY
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THE BUTTERICK PUBLISHING COMPANY
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Maclean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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Maclean’s Cross-word Puzzle
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1. A rich American. 7. To which Hamlet compared a play that failed to please the million. 8. Not a synonym; add “M” to a Shakespearian lover and get it. 10. Where Constable's finish is notably skilful. 11. What a frog does. 12. Once burned at the stake in France; now a saint.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Outdoor Meals
A meal served in the open air, on the porch or lawn, offers a delightful change from the daily routine
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M. FRANCES HUCKS
THE lure of the out-of-doors is irresistible. Long, leisurely drives into the open country, lazy hours on the beach, rambling walks through cool woods and along the banks of running streams, the healthy activity of camp life—summer offers such a tempting variety of attractions that we long for opportunity to take advantage of them all.
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YOUR SAVINGS
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YOUR SAVINGS
Assessment Clubs Do Not Provide Safe Life Insurance
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KENNETH R. WILSON
THE assessment dub insurance idea is very simple,” says an attractive little pamphlet we read the other day. “It is nothing more nor less than pure protection life insurance at cost.” “Our society,” the booklet continues, “is incorporated under the Societies’ Act of the Province of British Columbia and is authorized to form a group of 5,000 members so as to provide each member of that group of 5,000 with protection against loss of life or disability to the amount of $2,500, at actual cost by means of subscriptions from the members.
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Question—Would you kindly give me information regarding the standing of the Wawanesa Mutual Fire Insurance Co.? Is it a safe company to insure in? Answer—Wawanesa Mutual Fire Insurance Company is licensed by the federal insurance department at Ottawa, maintains a deposit for the protection of policyholders and to the best of our knowledge is a safe concern with which to insure.
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YOUR SAVINGS
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Question—What dividend is paid by Shawinigan Water and Power? Where does the company operate, and what are its long term prospects?—L. E. S., B. C. Answer—The above company pays dividends of $2 per annum, which rate has been in force since the third quarter of 1931.
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Wit and Wisdom
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Modern Version— The curfew tolls the knell of parting day, A line of cars winds briskly o’er the lea, A pedestrian plods his absent-minded way, And leaves the world—quite unex-. pectedly. —London Free Press All Sound Alike—An authority estimates that Tin Pan Alley turns out 25,000 different popular songs a year.
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Award of Merit—A boy of eight, bringing home from school his first certificate, was asked by his elder brother what he had gained it for. “For politeness, you silly ass,” he replied.—Montreal Herald. A Tip for Farmers—When the late Thomas A. Edison was living in Menlo Park a visitor from New York said to him one day:
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The article by T. R. Kirkwood, “Churchill a Mistake,” is, to put it mildly, a dastardly attack upon a Western grain outlet. Others who have tried to depreciate the route did so ere it became an expense. In some instances the. articles were propaganda, which mayhap this is, too.
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