Issue: 19361001

Thursday, October 1, 1936
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Empire Foods CORPORATION, LTD.
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Empire Foods CORPORATION, LTD.
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SAL HEPATIKA
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SAL HEPATIKA
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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FORECASTS of things likely to happen in the year 2139, even when made by men of science, for whom I have a profound respect, do not disturb me very much. Even when it is predicted, as it has been predicted, that by that date the entire population of the world will he completely crazy, I can still roll into bed and inside two minutes be sound asleep.
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CONTENTS
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masthead
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Maclean's Canadas National Magazine
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Maclean’s Editorials
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Confusion of Tongues
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THE NEWSPAPER furore created by Viscount Elibank’s suggestion that Canada ought to look to her aerial defenses and the curt rebuke adminis tered by Defense Minister Ian Alistair Mackenzie having subsided, we feel we ought to record the opinion of a certain Englishman concerning speeches made in England by Canadians.
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Maclean’s Editorials
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More Bed, Please
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RAILWAY companies everywhere are adopting all - sorts of devices calculated to make the public train-travel-minded. Here, efforts of both the C.N.R. and C.P.R. to increase the comfort of the passenger should be productive of satisfying increases in patronage.
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MOFFATS LIMITED,
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MOFFATS LIMITED,
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FICTION
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Five Scenes from the Story of a Country House
Mother domination-to what extent should a son or daughter submit to it ? In this unique and powerful story, the author throws new light on an age-old problem
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NELIA GARDNER WHITE
IN THE country house it was very still. One light burned within, but only one. It was very early autumn, and the night was chill but full of an almost impossible beauty. The slanting oaks that lifted out of a little sand cliff at the side of the house stood against the moonlight, so that the scallop of the leaves was clear along the sky and made shadows on the two persons on the steps.
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SPORT
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What Happened at Berlin
"To my knowledge, no other team travelled at such little national expense to accomplish so much as did the Canadians"
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H. H. ROXBOROUGH
ON in AN the AUGUST Reich Sports Saturday Field afternoon Stadium I sat in high Berlin, up directly above the box of Adolf Hitler, and watched one of the most unusual dramas in history. The actors had been preparing for four years and nearly every one was a national champion.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Are We Headed for the Madhouse ?
If mental disease continued to Increase at Its present rate there would be no sanity left in the civilized world by 2139
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ARCHIE LAMPMAN
NOT LONG ago some English statisticians gave the British Academy of Medicine a nasty jolt by issuing a report which said, in substance, that if men tal disorders increased at their present rate the last spark of sanity would die in the civilized world in the year 2139.
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FICTION
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Reconditioning the Old Heart
Meet Wynn, the girl heart-mender; Hurry Cane, who drove a car like that; Betsy, the rubber king’s daughter who hid in a hut
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THEODORA DUBOIS
I SUPPOSE that some people would say that at sixteen I am too young to practise psychoanalysis, and 1 might think so, too, except that 1 have already begun to practise it. seriously, and my first case was quite marvellously interesting and important, being the case of Betsy Hawley, the (laughter of Samuel K. Hawley, the immensely rich rubber man.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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The Great Barrier Is Conquered —Again
Out in British Columbia the C.P.R is being built againfor the motion-picture dramatization of Macleans serial, "Track of Destiny"
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MEN WANTED! The population of Revelstoke, B.C., got up one drowsy morning last June to find the town placarded with pink-tinted cards bearing this phenomenal announcement. Within a few minutes, merchants, railway employees, housewives, schoolgirls and transients had become movieminded. A picture was to be made.
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FICTION
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Bengal Interlude
India today —the curse of caste —a native boy's desire to escape it —the poignant and terrifying adventure that followed
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ALLAN SWINTON
IT WAS Moti’s fate that at ten years old he should have visited the village to skin Mungra Mistri's calf, what time Doctor Mary Smith, of the Hindu Women’s Mission was encamped there on her tour of effort to improve the country midwives’ hideous technique.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Sales Over the Equator
Canada can sell more goods to South Americans; it's just a matter of doing business their way
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MADGE MACBETH
ARE MARKETS as well as people pushing down to the continent that lies on the southern side of the equator; the continent that looks so small on the average map and is in reality almost as large as our own? Why, the United States could fit comfortably into the single republic of Brazil with no edges spilling over, and Brazil is but one of the ten countries constituting South America.
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FICTION
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The General Died at Dawn!
A murder mystery adds further complications to this thrilling tale of war-torn China
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CHARLES G. BOOTH
O `HARE stood to one side of the window while he pulled the shade down. The stiletto had been driven into Marce!les' neck up to the hilt. A little blood, not much. had flowed and was congealed within the nape of the neck. Marcelles' head lay on the left cheek.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Explorer at a Moment’s Notice
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JOHN WILKES RENNIE
WITHIN THE month of October a Canadian will receive the highest peace-time award granted by the United States Congress. lie is Alan Kenneth Innes-Taylor, the only man from this country who went with Admiral Byrd’s expeditions to the Antarctic.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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London Lettter
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A. BEVERLEY BAXTER, M.P.
PARLIAMENT and the European not being situation in session changing as this from is written, hour to hour, I shall deal with the delicate and difficult topic of titled people, not eschewing those who pay for their knighthoods or others who are the fifteenth descendant of some statesman or gangster of the middle ages.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Floating Villages
Out where British Columbia meets the Pacific there are entire villages of little grey homes on the wave
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CLIFFORD R. KOPAS
IN there CANADA’S is to be found sunset the province, most unique British type of Columbia, dwelling in the whole of our broad Dominion. The prairies have boasted sod shacks, log cabins are common to timbered districts, houseboats are sometimes met with': but along the Pacific Coast there are entire villages built on rafts or floats.
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GENERAL ELECTRIC HOME LAUNDRY
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Shots and Angles
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Shots and Angles
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ANN ROSS
CHINA dramatization CLIPPER” of the inauguration, is a screen in 1935, of the China Clipper service between America and China, and so is both informative and dramatic. Perhaps it’s a little more informative than dramatic but that doesn’t hurt a picture once in a while; or an audience either.
Maclean's_19361001_0049_019_0024.xml
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JOHNSON'S WAX POLISHES
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JOHNSON'S WAX POLISHES
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DOMINION RUBBER COMPANY
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DOMINION RUBBER COMPANY
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CENTIPEDE GRIP LIMITED
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Maclean's_19361001_0049_019_0027.xml
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Maclean's_19361001_0049_019_0028.xml
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Johns-Manville Building Materials
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Johns-Manville Building Materials
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Maclean's_19361001_0049_019_0029.xml
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The BARRETT COMPANY LIMITED
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The BARRETT COMPANY LIMITED
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HERBERT TÄREYTON
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HERBERT TÄREYTON
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ANACONDA COPPER
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ANACONDA COPPER
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RADIO
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INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS CANADIAN, LIMITED Dept. 1992-B Montreal, Canada
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INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS CANADIAN, LIMITED Dept. 1992-B Montreal, Canada
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Dacks SHOES FOR MEN
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Dacks SHOES FOR MEN
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British Consols
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HARVEY Goods
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Lovelace
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Lovelace
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1847 ROGERS BROS.
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IRON FIREMAN
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IRON FIREMAN
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Smart SMokers and RONSON
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CAMP
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CAMP
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MIKADO
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MIKADO
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ABSORBINE JR.
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ABSORBINE JR.
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MELTONIAN FOR GOOD SHOES
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MELTONIAN FOR GOOD SHOES
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GLOVERS
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Vaseline HAIRTONIC
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Vaseline HAIRTONIC
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Matter of Fact
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Matter of Fact
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HENRY ASHBERY
In India when burglars and other thieves get too old to carry on their trade profitably they are employed as chankidars (watchmen). A retired member of the criminal caste is chosen for the post of chankidar because professional etiquette will prevent attempts at theft where a caste brother is employed.
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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For the Thanksgiving Dinner
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL,
KNOWING toms, and not the wanting time-honored to rush cusin where angels would fear to give advice, I leave you to plan the main course of your Thanksgiving dinner. But there’ll be accessories before and after the fact of the fowl or whatever may be the specialty of the house, and here’s the place where you and I can compromise with tradition.
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HEINZ ACCEPTED STRAINED FOODS
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HEINZ ACCEPTED STRAINED FOODS
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L. T. PIVER
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L. T. PIVER
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PEEK FREAN
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BOVRIL (CANADA) LIMITED
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BOVRIL (CANADA) LIMITED
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In Fewer Words
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In Fewer Words
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Tongue-Power—Most women talk too much. They waste so much valuable energy in words.—Myrna Loy. Splintery Philosophy—The ladder of life is full of splinters, but they always prick the hardest when we’re sliding down. Montreal Star. And That’s No Joke—A woman writes to a daily paper to complain that wireless comedians are not nearly so funny as they were five years ago.
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In Fewer Words
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Sleeping Out
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David Stevenson.
This is the life, to lie beneath the stars, (That ginger colored one, I think, is mars) To sleep beside the Porcupine and Stag, Safe in an Eezie Rain-proof Sleeping-bag. Those soggy millions dwelling in the city. —I think of them with deep disgust and pity! Give me the naked sky and virgin soil.
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In Fewer Words
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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See-Saw—Lady to hobo: “Did you notice the pile oí wood in the yard?” “Yes’m; 1 seen it.” “You should mind your grammar. You mean you saw it.” “No’m. You saw me see it, but you haven’t seen me saw it.”—Montreal Star. Acquiring Fluency—Jones: “How is your son getting on at college?” Smith : “He must be doing pretty well in languages.
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In Fewer Words
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How Smart Are You?
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An artist had a window four feet square in his studio. Because of improper lighting he made one half of the window opaque (frosted the glass) and still had a square window four feet high and four feet wide. How did he do it? —Puzzle by arrangement with The. Leisure League of America.
Maclean's_19361001_0049_019_0080.xml
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CRYST-O-MING LIFE SAVERS
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CRYST-O-MING LIFE SAVERS
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AC SPARK PLUG COMPANY
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AC SPARK PLUG COMPANY
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Maclean's_19361001_0049_019_0082.xml
article
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HUMOR
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Parade
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WE AREN’T much given to picking up hitch“ hikers along the highway, chiefly because if we are driving alone it is from choice rather than lack of company, and. unromantic as if may seem, we can think of several other people we would like to talk to than the average hitch-hiker we see along the road.
Maclean's_19361001_0049_019_0083.xml
advertisement
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STUDEBAKERS
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STUDEBAKERS
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Maclean's_19361001_0049_019_0084.xml
advertisement
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58
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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Maclean's_19361001_0049_019_0085.xml