Issue: 19360615

Monday, June 15, 1936
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CANADIAN NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY, LIMITED
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AMERICAN CAN COMPANY
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AMERICAN CAN COMPANY
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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AFEW weeks ago, Mr. Leslie Roberts, of Knowlton, P.Q., walked wearily into this office, sank into the visitor's chair and began to look somewhat wan. He explained that he had just got off the train from Edmonton, that he didn’t sleep very well on trains and that there were times when the business of being a roving correspondent could be very, very trying.
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CANADIAN WESTINGHOUSE CO., LIMITED
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CANADIAN WESTINGHOUSE CO., LIMITED
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Maclean's Editorials
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Maclean's Editorials
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THE Chief Commissioner of Canada's Wheat Board, J. R. Murray, recent witness before the special parliamentary committee on the marketing of wheat, considers our situation to be grave enough to justify an investigation by a “commission of able men who have nothing but the national interest to serve."
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L. E. WATERMAN COMPANY, LIMITED
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L. E. WATERMAN COMPANY, LIMITED
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FICTION
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Roadhouse Blues
Kent Power reads another life-and-death riddle with results both surprising and dramatic
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BENGE ATLEE
SERGEANT PAPINEAU woke sharply as the roadster came to a halt and a rhythm of heated music breathed languorously through the spring night. And then, realizing geography, he exclaimed: "Voilà, the roadhouse of mon vieux Henri Lavoisier!” “Struck me a spot of lunch might lighten the remaining twenty miles to Mo’real,” Kent Power said, and they stepped down.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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GOLD in Saskatchewan
Last year a wilderness tent settlement, this year a thriving mining camp—Such is the record of Lake Athabaska's Goldfields
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LESLIE ROBERTS
BRINTNELL come into the bedroom and said he felt sorry about the weather. His auditors snarled. Outside, the morning atmosphere contained all the ingredients of soupe aux pois, with the possible exception of chopped carrot, the resultant witch’s brew having been lipped into the treetops, so that it was possible to see almost across the street from a second-story window.
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FICTION
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Place'
The story of a love that learned the lessons of sacrifice in a Haitian jungle
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TAYLER SUTTON
THE SHIP'S engines throbbed and died into the brooding hush of Haitian dawn. Dane O'Connor, serum kit in hand, came out of the alley and went forward. No other passengers were to be seen. Not for two hours yet would they dock, and Dane refused to wait; he had radioed headquarters for a launch to pick him up.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Whale Coming Up!
Oldtimers say whaling in the North Pacific isn’t what it used to be, but it still provides both peril and profit for the hardy
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DON L. MACMURCHIE
STARBOARD BOW! He's comin' up!" The hurried call comes tumbling down from the sailor in the barrel. Up there at the swinging masthead the lookout watches the white glimmer of a seventy-foot finback’s belly rising from the green depths. Down on the forecastle head, swaying to the roll of the wallowing vessel, the captain swings the muzzle of the snub-nosed gun over the starboard bow.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Three Cents An Hour
Three cents an hour! Yes, women are working at that wage in Canada under conditions that would be a disgrace to any civilized community
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R. E. KNOWLES
THOUSANDS of women are working for three, four and five cents an hour in Canada, a country supposed to be advanced: and in this year, 1936, an age supposed to be enlightened. Thousands of women are slaving long hours at these rates of pay—some of them impairing their eyesight, some crippling their fingers—in order that they may eke out the most meagre existence.
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Hobby House
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ELEANOR DE LAMATER
ELLEN KENDALL came out on to the porch of her house. She wore jodhpurs and a white shirt. Her hair needed cutting, hut if was curlier than ever and the sun had bleached it to a pale gold. She stood still on tile steps, swinging her crop, waiting for Mac to come up from the stable with the horses.
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They Call Him Summertime Santa
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WESTON J. GAUL
SIXTY odd years ago, a plain-faced Irish boy in Havelock, New Brunswick, with imagination but no money; today a grower and trader of sugar and wheat and a dozen other products, a protector and benefactor of thousands of orphans. Such is the story of J. D. O’Connell, Canada’s most unique philanthropist.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Backstage at Ottawa
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A POLITICIAN WITH A NOTEBOOK
A WORD first about foreign affairs. Not long ago Mr. Bennett joined Mr. King in deprecating a discussion of the League of Nations, of the continuance of sanctions against Italy. Their view, which prevailed, was that if our House of Commons spoke of such things all Europe would listen in, and with harm.
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MACLEAN'S PICTORIAL PAGES
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MACLEAN'S PICTORIAL PAGES
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Arctic Doctor
Urquhart, of Aklavik, is Canada's most northerly doctor— His territory, an area of 900,000 square miles
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FREDERICK B. WATT
WHEN Dr. James A. Urquhart decides to look over his practice he has to travel. His territory covers an area of 900,000 square miles at the top of the map of North America, its corner posts being Demarcation Point where the Canadian coast meets Alaska, King William Island, Cameron Bay on Great Bear Lake and Fort Norman on the Mackenzie River.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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London Letter
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Beverley Baxter
I WAS very interested in reading Stephen Leacock's comments on Canadians in the 25th anniversary issue of Macican's. The famous McGill professor is not only a grand humorist but he is a first-class thinker; and I found his remarks, like all good tonics, easy to take and stimulating in its effects.
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Marriage Isn’t a Place
An unusual story of two country-breds who tried the city and found it wanting
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MARGARET LEE RUNBECK
NOW THEY could speak of it sometimes. Lacey could even laugh about it. Laugh, and try to pry open Joe’s ice-blue eyes with her own that so easily danced or wept. “What of it?" Lacey would say. “It’s gone. But the sun still comes up every morning, and life goes on chugging along. Stop thinking about it.”
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Shots and Angles
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ANN ROSS
THE HERO of this frisky comedy (Robert Montgomery) has been isolated in the Arctic for two years when the picture opens, with nothing but a game of checkers played by wireless to amuse him. He is a radio operator and already in the incipient stages of petticoat fever when beautiful Myrna Loy, accompanied by her fiancé (Reginald Owen) drops in from the sky their plane was bound for Montreal but ran out of fuel.
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The Sign Post
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Under Two Flags.—Desert romance involving danger, glory, passion and sacrifice, and quantities of sand. With Claudette Colbert, Ronald Colman, Rosalind Russell, Victor McLaglen. Good entertainment. The Singing Kid.—Musical romance about a popular singer who loses his voice, his girl and his money, then finds a new girl, recovers his voice and makes a lot more money.
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Sahara Lighthouses
Beacons Placed at Regular Intervals Across the Sandy Waste Will Guide Aviators
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LIGHTHOUSES are not confined to sea-coasts any more; they are, according to World Renew of Reviews (London), being built in the Sahara Desert. The article states: In the middle of the Sahara, the part which nomad tribes call the “Desert of Horror,” “Petrol Station No. 5” is to be found.
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Parke, Davis & Company
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Parke, Davis & Company
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Siam and Japan
British Imperial Policy Must be Revised if Siam is Dominated by Ambitions Japanese
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SLOWLY but surely Siam is falling under the domination of Japan, according to Andrew A. Freeman, writing in Asia, and for Great Britain this development is a very significant one. Mr. Freeman states: The least conspicuous but potentially one of the most significant developments in the march of Far Eastern events of late, has been the Siam-Japan rapprochement.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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How to Treat Poison Ivy
The Following Directions, Issued by the Dominion Government, Should be Noted by all Summer Vacationists:
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VARIOUS treatments for poison ivy are given in the free pamphlet on poison ivy issued by the Dominion Department of Agriculture. The treatment most widely recommended at the present time is to daub the affected parts with a three per cent solution of potassium permanganate.
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REVIEW of REVIEWS
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Fire Bombs
Dropped From Airplanes by the Thousand, They May Destroy Any City on Earth
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THE USE that will be made of fire bombs in the next big war is pointed out by J. Enrique Zanetti in The Independent Journal of Columbia University, reprinted by The Reader's Digest. The prediction has freely been made by chemical warfare sensationalists that the end of our civilization will come in a flood of gas.
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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BRISTOL-MYERS COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
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BRISTOL-MYERS COMPANY OF CANADA, LTD.
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Johnson & Johnson Limited
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Johnson & Johnson Limited
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GENERAL STEEL WARES LIMITED
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Lambert Pharmacol Company, (Canada) Ltd.
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Lambert Pharmacal Company, (Canada) Ltd.
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PYROIL COMPANY
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Goodrich Tires
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Goodrich Tires
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The Prudential Insurance Company of America
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The Prudential Insurance Company of America
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Current Sayings
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A Remarkable Memory—“I must congratulate my honorable friend (R. B. Bennett) on his excellent memory. I think it is amazing and it is certainly accurate.” —C. D. Howe in Dominion Parliament Alarmed by Pacifism—"I am told that the insidious doctrine of pacifism is rapidly spreading in Britain and that it is partly responsible for the failure of recruiting.
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Maclean’s Crossword Puzzle
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1. Ten cents. 3. Anyone can find work but finding this is not so easy. 9. Light fence; balustrade. 10. Opposite point to the zenith. 12. Milton’s Ontario county. 13. Christian name of a great American humorist whose surname was Ward. 16. The U.S.A.’s great balancing act.
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SERGEANT’S DOG MEDICINES, Ltd.
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SERGEANT’S DOG MEDICINES, Ltd.
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Brickbats and Bouquets
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Where on earth did Margaret Lee Runbeck learn her Dutch? Had “F as in Love” been written about Germans, it would have been a good yarn. But by the shades of all that a Dutch-speaking person holds sacred, who ever heard of the twenty-second letter of the Dutch alphabet being pronounced as “f”? Dutch is one of the languages that uses the “v” very prominently, and pronounces it the same I as in English.
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The BARRETT COMPANY LIMITED
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The BARRETT COMPANY LIMITED
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TRANS-CANADA NEWS COMPANY
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TRANS-CANADA NEWS COMPANY
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Standard Brands Ltd.
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Standard Brands Ltd.
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In Defense of Forty
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Edna Jaques
At forty I can look above The clouds of seventeen; At forty I can see the years Like little roads between, With every shining milestone set Like beacons on the way. I can look back—and still Be glad for this Today. At forty I can laugh at things That used to worry me.
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MOFFATS LIMITED
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MOFFATS LIMITED
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Henry Birks & Sons Limited
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Henry Birks & Sons Limited
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., LIMITED
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CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., LIMITED
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CORN FLAKES
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Those First Meals
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M. FRANCES HUCKS
WITH THE shelves in those brand new cupboards carefully stocked according to suggestions in the last issue of this magazine, the next question for the spring bride is how to go about making the best use of that fascinating array of groceries.
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Matter of Fact
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HENRY ASHBERY
ON SHROVE TUESDAY the preReformation practice of calling the people to church is still held in some parts of England. At Olney, Buckinghamshire, the Shrove Tuesday bell is still rung, though today for a much more cheerful reason. The first chimes call on the inhabitants to mix up the materials for the pancakes, then a big bell tolls as a signal to eat them.
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ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR
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ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR
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Gypsum, Lime and Alabastine, Canada, Limited
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Gypsum, Lime and Alabastine, Canada, Limited
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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He’ll Learn—We understand that a young author, whose first novel has been described as “sweet and wholesome” by a certain critic, is quite philosophical about it and refuses to be discouraged.—The Humorist. Social Debit—The citizens of Alberta didn’t get the $25-a-month allowance they were promised, but the Government hasn’t forgotten them.
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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A Poor Prospect — First Caddie: “What’s your man like, Charlie?” Second Caddie: “Left-handed, and keeps his change in his right-hand pocket.” —Toronto Globe. A Good Instructor—“Well, young man, ever been up before?” “Only as a passenger, sir, but I have watched a lot of—” “Humph, seems that I get all the novices to teach.
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HUMOR
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THE St. Paul Journal, thriving four-page Alberta weekly, which delights its readers with the frisky frankness of its reporting, confessed in a recent edition that events are beginning to occur so rapidly in this village the news staff has to be increased.”
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H. J. Heinz Company
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McCOLL - FRONTENAC OIL COMPANY LIMITED
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