Issue: 19351101

Friday, November 1, 1935
November 1st 1935
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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Maclean's
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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MONTHS before anybody on this side of the Atlantic became concerned about the right way to pronounce Addis Ababa or Haile Selassie, we talked with a man who had recently arrived from a twenty-five-year stay in Japan. He had worked in the secret services of several countries and appeared to have an unusual knowledge of the workings of the Japanese official mind.
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THE INTERNATIONAL NICKEL COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED
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THE INTERNATIONAL NICKEL COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED
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Maclean's Editiorials
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A STORE which displayed an “Under New Management” sign every twelve months couldn’t last long. The buying public wouldn’t have much confidence in it. Any industry which changed its chief executives every year could not maintain its efficiency.
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FICTION
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King of Sob
The story of "the sigh beneath the surface" and what happened to Archie when he was found out
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W. BRUCE HUTCHISON
AT LAST Archie came to a great log ranch house sprawled upon the brown range beside a village of lurching barns and corrals. He got out of his roadster and walked up a little path, bordered by some red poppies, and crossed a creaky porch that was shaded with hop vines.
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SPORT
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Should We Pass Up the Olympics? Yes
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W. M. GLADISH
IN A comparatively few months there may be a hustle and bustle to ship a hundred or more athletes to the eleventh Olympic Games of modern times, scheduled to be held in the immediate vicinity of Berlin, Germany. Frankly, serious students of amateur athletics in Canada are not particularly hopeful or enthusiastic about this country’s prospects for the 1936 Olympiad, as the games are popularly known.
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SPORT
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Should We Pass Up the Olympics? No
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H. H. ROXBOROUGH
SO MR. GLADISH thinks we should stay away from the Olympics! Let’s examine the reasons he gives. He says: “Canada’s record has not been so hot;” “only six Canadians, since 1906, have won seven Olympic titles;” "Canada produced no winner of any kind at Paris in 1924;” at Los Angeles “The Dominion made a disgraceful showing in the sprints;” at Los Angeles “The result was one victory which really was little credit to Canada;” and the suggestion that Canadians have been in the Olympics “just for others to beat.”
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Wings Wanted
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LIEUT.-COL. GEORGE A. DREW
THE BRITISH EMPIRE became what it is today because a vigorous people living on small islands in the Atlantic Ocean with few natural resources had the vision to see the possibilities of employing long range transportation to develop trade to their own advantage.
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FICTION
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Skimpy, A.B.
Drama on the high seas with a bush-bred stripling from Manitoba in the role of hero
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D. WILSON MACARTHUR
THE MATE had a word for him. “That rat!” he said; and he was not far wrong. Look at him stern on, and you would say he was no more than a kid. But when he turned round—as he was sure to do; he never could stand still for more than a few seconds at a time—you got a shock.
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Wings Wanted
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Japan Plays With Fire
An Asia ablaze against white domination is the aim of the Japanese militarists, says this writer
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DAVID SCOTT
THERE IS an everyday Japanese phrase which means “a robber at a fire,” that is used to describe a man who takes advantage of another’s misfortunes. Japan watches from afar the tangle Europe is in over Ethiopia, contemplates the general economic distress, and behind her silken kimono sleeves laughs derisively.
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Greenmantle
In which the lady of the mantilla gives four adventurers several bad moments
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JOHN BUCHAN
SINCE that first night I had never clapped eyes on Sandy. He had gone clean out of the world, and Blenkiron and I waited anxiously for a word of news. Our own business was in good trim, for we were presently going east toward Mesopotamia, but unless we learned more about Greenmantle our journey would be a grotesque failure.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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HONOR SCHOOLS
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L. R. HETHERINGTON
WATERVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT is in a region originally settled by United Empire Loyalists. It was organized into a school district in 1872, soon after the passing of the New Brunswick Free School Act. It comprises thirteen farms on the left bank of the Washademoak River in Queens County, New Brunswick.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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"I Cover the Waterfront"
Life is a pageant buillded on drama down where the great ships say hail and farewell
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AUSTIN F. CROSS
THE WHISKY BOTTLE decanted again, the press flimsies rustled, a snowflake coming in the porthole passed a cigar puff going out, and then from the crowded saloon wafted out the portentous words: “So, gentlemen, it gives me great pleasure to declare the Port of Montreal open.”
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Business Looks at Government
"The time has come to tell the people of Canada what is right with business"
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A. O. DAWSON
CANADA is faced with problems of a national character which must be seriously tackled, not toyed with; problems and ambitions that must be considered with that bigness of mind that we always like to feel is a characteristic of the Canadian people.
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Shakespeare as a Talkie
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Shakespeare as a Talkie
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Harp to Pole
Wrestling is a tricky business; also, in this case, a comical business
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KEITH FOWLER
I SPOTTED him first at Perlman’s gym, working out with Rocky Deems. Rocky was never a worldbeater, and at this time, an old guy of thirty, he was lucky to get prelim work in the neighborhood clubs. Just the same, he wasn’t having any trouble with the big boy.
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Uncle Croesus
Uncle's fortune was a myth, he himself a pest; but that was before the myth came galloping home in a cloud of dust
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LOUIS ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM
CLARA wasn’t in good humor this morning. Jeremy could feel storm in the air when he woke up. It thickened when he shaved, and by the time he reached the dining room, having tiptoed past Uncle Eldridge’s door, despite the fact that the kids were making enough noise to give a mummy the jumps, Clara’s blue eyes were darting bayonets and zigzags of lightning and thunder filled the house.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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DUCKS or No Ducks?
Extermination of the wild duck is imminent unless it is better protected, says this writer
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D. GEORGE HUNTLEY
HAS OUR wild duck population decreased to such an extent that the extermination of the species is imminent? To those who have made a careful study of the situation the answer to this question is decidedly, Yes. Despite the publicity given to the surveys of the breeding grounds being taken by the governments of Canada and the United States and the propaganda of the various game protective associations, the average man in the street still thinks there are plenty of ducks.
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Shots and Angles
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Shots and Angles
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ANN ROSS
THE Max Reinhardt screen production of Shakespeare’s "Midsummer Night’s Dream" is a strange and beautiful film, utterly unlike anything ever seen before; as remote from the Ben Greet type of production as from the presentation of a high-school dramatic society.
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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Just to keep the record straight in William White’s “From Regina to the Yukon,” Ambroise Lepine did not accompany Riel from Montana to St. Laurent in 1884. He did not lay plans with Riel for active hostilities against the Government of Canada.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Thrift a Virtue
The Theory That Spending is Better For Business Than Saving is Branded as False
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RECENTLY we have been told by some economists that the proper way to "lick the depression" is not by saving in the old-fashioned manner, but by spending. The theory is that if a million people spend five dollars more, an additional $5,000,000 worth of goods must be produced, and this creates new work for which people must be employed.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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A New Kind of Wheat
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IN TWO decades, Italy has raised the nation’s average wheat yield from fifteen to twenty-four bushels to the acre. (In the U.S. the average yield is only fourteen bushels to the acre.) Now in an experimental tract near Rome, new strains of wheat have yielded 131 bushels to the acre.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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10 Downing St.
Official Residence of British Prime Minister Used by Generations of Statesmen
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A BRIEF history ot Britain’s symbolic house, No. 10 Downing Street, is given by the New York Times in part as follows: This year No. 10 Downing Street—home of British Prime Ministers—completes two centuries of public service, for it was on Sept. 22, 1735, that Sir Robert Walpole took up his residence there.
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Puncture-Proof Tires
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Popular Science
A NEW invention is a substance which the car owner inserts in the tube through the valve aperture. This compound is composed exclusively of natural products which, according to the sworn statements of commercial chemists, are by no means deleterious to the rubber.
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ROCK CITY TOBACCO COMPANY, LIMITED
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ROCK CITY TOBACCO COMPANY, LIMITED
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Matter of Fact
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HENRY ASHBERY
THE CANARY ISLANDS were called “Canaria” by Pliny, because of the multitude of dogs of great size found there. The domesticated canary took its name from the islands, and not the islands from the bird. Babies are unwelcome in Gibraltar, which is not.
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THE DOMINION LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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THE DOMINION LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
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Maclean’s Crossword Puzzle
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Maclean’s Crossword Puzzle
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Across 1. These help to make music in the “Blacksmiths’ Chorus.” 5. A large prairie wading bird. 9. Marshland. 10. South America’s big cat. 12. She had a bad dream And woke with a—. 13. A form of church discipline. 14. Young horse. 16. “Does no voice within Answer my cry and say we are-?”
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Soups and Chowders
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
SOUP MAKING may be neither a fine art nor an exact science, but certainly it calls for a little of both. Combine the two—precision in proportions and imagination in the seasoning—and your culinary reputation is made. The function of soup in introducing a meal is, I suppose, one reason for the importance of its quality.
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Wit and Wisdom
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Plank for Politicians
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Joseph Cannon Dwyer
At this exciting season when the halfback is the king, I stand upon my bleacher seat and make the welkin ring. Full half my cheers are Bronxian and here’s the reason why I strain my vocal chords against an overrated guy. The half-back is the one I mean, the star who scores the points And is so very careful of his features and his joints.
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Prosperity Returns— The demand in Europe for bullet-proof vests and jackets is so great that factories are working overtime to keep up with the orders.—London Advertiser. Improper Distribution—It’s always something. Wealthy people don’t get the necessary roughage in their food, and poor people don’t get the necessary food in their roughage.—Life.
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AC SPARK PLUG COMPANY
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AC SPARK PLUG COMPANY
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Maclean's_19351101_0048_021_0081.xml
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Maclean's_19351101_0048_021_0082.xml
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Wit and Wisdom
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Fortunate—Hubby: “The bank has returned that cheque.” Wife: “Isn’t that splendid! What can we buy with it this time?”—The Humorist. A Smart Man—A young man entered the offices of Messrs. Smith, Smith, Smith and Brown, lawyers, and demanded to see the last partner.
Maclean's_19351101_0048_021_0083.xml
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Wit and Wisdom
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Medium of Expression
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Isa Grindlay Jackson
The turkey is a useful bird! By eating it we pass the word That we, this season of Thanksgiving, Find life still very much worth living!
Maclean's_19351101_0048_021_0084.xml
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Maclean's_19351101_0048_021_0085.xml
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TRANS-CANADA NEWS COMPANY
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TRANS-CANADA NEWS COMPANY
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Maclean's_19351101_0048_021_0086.xml
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HUMOR
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Parade
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WE KNOW a lady who lives in a house the garden of which slopes down into a Rosedale ravine. She has a spaniel, which occasionally wanders forth into the woods. The other day. the spaniel returned hurriedly and in a state of distress which, while considerable, did not equal that of the household.
Maclean's_19351101_0048_021_0087.xml
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Maclean's_19351101_0048_021_0088.xml
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Maclean's_19351101_0048_021_0089.xml