Issue: 19360915

Tuesday, September 15, 1936
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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In the Editor's Confidence
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ITEM NUMBER 1,729 has been added to the List of Things I Intend To Do When I Can Get Around To It. It will be moved farther up the list—when I get around to it—because it is rather a big idea. Briefly, it is that a much larger proportion of Canada’s population should be trained in editing national magazines.
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Maclean's Editorials
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RADICAL ORATORS and politicians who angle for the favor of Labor make much of the so called concentration of wealth, the “spider web of money power," the “bond-slaves of the money barons." They cultivate the idea that the masses are compelled to toil for the benefit of a few bloated millionaires.
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Honorable Buffalo
Why did Captain Howard abandon his ship and the girl he was to wed? The answer took Patience Cole on a quest the East still marvels at
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JAMES FRANCIS DWYER
THE LETTER With its extraordinary enclosure reached Newburyport on a spring morning. It was brought from Shanghai by Captain Forbes of the clipper ship, Sweet Roundelay. The captain, the moment he had docked his ship, carried the big envelope up State Street to the home of David Howland, brother of Captain Martin Howland who commanded the Dreamlighl.
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Pigskin Imports
Are we heading toward an All-American Canadian football team?
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DINK CARROLL
HE’S AWAY! He’s in the open. Watch him go. There’s nobody near him. Look at him run!” “It looks like a touchdown.” “He’s over. Hurrah! Hanson’s over. Touchdown!” “Hanson just scored a touchdown.” “Listen to that crowd cheer Hanson.” Hanson just ran eighty yards through the whole Hamilton Tiger team and scored a touchdown.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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What Is the Separate School Question
A setting forth of the essential facts in a century-old issue and of conflicting viewpoints
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ARCHIE LAMPMAN
FEW ISSUES have concerned so many Canadians for so long a time as has the separate school question. At the moment, it is in Ontario that the debate is at its hottest. Your seeker after truth may consult protagonists of either side and still be puzzled as to just what is the separate school question—not who is right or who is wrong.
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Top of the Ladder
The story of a man who possessed everything—wealth, love, achievement—and yet was swept into a tragic predicament by his want of wanting
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ELEANOR DE LAMATER
JACK TRENT leaned back in his deck chair. He was long and brown, and he wore a pair of bathing trunks and nothing else. Before him the lake stretched flat and black under the summer sun, with the hills rising darkly on its other shore. Behind him.
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London Letter
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BEVERLEY BAXTER, M. P.
IT IS four o’clock in the morning. In a few minutes dawn will begin to streak its way over Westminster Bridge. The inky, restless Thames will turn a sickly grey, like some creature of the night that cannot face the day. There will be a faint rumble like thunder in the mountains as the first omnibus rolls across the Bridge.
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Down to the Lakes in Ships
A great port 2,000 miles from the sea—The most travelled freshwater traffic-way in the world—And the men and ships which service it
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ROYD E. BEAMISH
TWO THOUSAND miles from the sea is the third largest shipping port in Canada. It is a twin port, combining the harbors of Port Arthur and Fort William, at the head of Lake Superior, monarch of the greatest freshwater traffic-way in the world.
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The Field of the Haws
'Twas Patrick Keagan who tipped his hat to a seal and found that nonsense is not to be taken from life as gold is taken from the sunset
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ARTHUR MASON
PAT KEAGAN’S farm had been in the family for generations, and there was a held on that farm that always bothered Pat, for right in the middle of it grew a grove of haw trees. The neighborhood children wore a path through Pat’s field to play among the trees and eat the ripe haws.
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The General Died at Dawn!
Start now to read this thrilling serial of mystery, intrigue and adventure on the China Coast
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CHARLES G. BOOTH
The Story: Four hours out from Shanghai, the Prince of the Orient comes upon a Chinese junk, apparently abandoned. When officers of the Prince board it they find ten Chinese soldiers lying dead, five on one side and five on the other, as though each line had simultaneously fired upon the other line.
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Why not try Work?
"The cure to unemployment," says this engineer, "is simple. It is to go to work. And there is nothing difficult about it."
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S. E. McGORMAN
MANY OF our Canadian people are in financial and mental distress. Our governments are harassed for funds. One half the revenue of Ontario, often called the banner province of Confederation, is being spent to keep a great number of our people from starving to death.
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Shots and Angles
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ANN ROSS
AT THE time of writing the first waves of advance publicity regarding Metro - Goldwyn - Mayer’s “Romeo and Juliet” have begun to reach us. Stills showing Norma Shearer and Leslie Howard in the balcony scene have appeared. Both Miss Shearer and Mr. Howard are reported to be superb.
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SERGEANT'S DOG MEDICINES, Ltd.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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September Weddings
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL, Director Chatelaine Institute
SEPTEMBER has stolen the show as far as weddings are concerned. People still marry in April or June, or any month for that matter, but it seems that early fall has become the most popular time. And the most fashionable, if that means anything to you.
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Wit and Wisdom
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In Fewer Words
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Gentle Hint—“If an afternoon-tea guest begins to talk scandal, the hostess should give her a gentle hint to cease,” says a writer. One tactful method is to pour out a saucer of milk and place it on the floor in front of the offender.—The Humorist.
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Her Only Fault—A prominent business man fell in love with an actress and decided to marry her, but for the sake of prudence he employed a private detective to report on her life. When he received the report, it read as follows: “The lady has an excellent reputation, her past is without blemish, she has an excellent circle of pleasant friends the only breath of scandal is that lately she has been seen a great deal in the company of a business man of doubtful repute.”
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HUMOR
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DR. HEALY WILLAN, Toronto’s internationally famous organist and composer of church music and symphonies, beams with rapture every time he relates an experience he had the other day. Going down Yonge Street, he observed, between the curb and the car-tracks, a pigeon pecking away at a peanut.
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