Issue: 19380301

Tuesday, March 1, 1938
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SAL HEPATICA
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SAL HEPATICA
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Maclean's Editorials
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The Muted Taxpayer
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MAYOR JAMIESON BONE, of Belleville, told a convention of Ontario mayors that 1,500 property owners in his city provide its entire population of 15,000 with fire and police protection, paved streets, various other services and free education.
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"Little Brother of NBC"
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A FORMER MEMBER of the old Canadian Radio Commission, Jacques N. Cartier, is quoted as saying that the present Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is "a little brother of the NBC.” The NBC is, of course, the National Broadcasting Company, a United States commercial enterprise selling advertising time.
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"MacWemblcy"
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IN BELLAHOUSTON PARK, Glasgow, the Scots are building a tower. Rising from the crest of a hill, this all-metal, pencil-like skyscraper will sweep to a height of 300 feet. Designed by Thomas S. Tait, who designed the Sydney (Australia) Harbor Bridge, the tower is being so constructed that the observation gallery at its peak will safely support the weight of 600 people.
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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CHRYSLER
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CHRYSLER
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FICTION
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BEAVER BOGAN
To test a man, take him fishing—And if you meet a Frère Coreau you’ll find drama as well
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BEN AMES WILLIAMS
THE BOY standing in front of the tent on the gravel bar at Beaver Bogan did not move, except that his head turned constantly from side to side; yet there was a tenseness in the way he stood, in the way his was a tenseness in the way he stood, in the way his head swung, in the way his eyes looked first up-river and then down the mile-long straight reach below the bogan.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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THE BIGGEST SHOW ON ICE
Sold out—50,000 seats — five weeks before opening! It's about time to take a look at this Ice ballet business
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FREDERICK EDWARDS
JUST eight evenings from the date of this issue of Maclean's Magazine there will on exhibition in the city of Toronto one of the most astonishing and, in some of its aspects, bewildering phenomena the field of modern sports entertainment has to offer.
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You Want Something Different
Jep Judson discovers that love is more than a brightness,whirling and flashing
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ANNE WORMSER
IT WAS a big barnlike place, with literally hundreds of little tables jammed around the dance Hoor. The colored orchestra was good, very loud. The other fellows pushed on ahead, but Jep stood and watched for a minute. Men and girls circled and hopped and dipped.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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In Defense of Laziness
It's the sit-downers and back-resters who think out the bright ideas, states
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FRED C. KELLY
A FRIEND, commonly known as a hustler, came traipsing into my burrowings a while ago and found me sitting in an easy chair, toying with a mole on my cheek, while pondering over various vital affairs. “What are you doing?” enquired my caller. “Just sitting around?” "Yep,” I replied. “Just settin’ here.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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How Deep Is Down?
Sinking a mine shaft in the middle of a lake is only one of the many notable feats of Canada's mining engineers
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LESLIE McFARLANE
AGAINST the Northern Ontario skyline, the shaftheads resemble fantastic monuments. They are. Over a mine that has failed, the shafthead is a Over a mine that has failed, the shafthead is a monument to vain hopes and lost endeavors. Over a new mine it is a monument to faith.
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OLD - FASHIONED
The story of a loyalty which was without price
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ALICE MAXWELL
FROM THE top of the hill where David MacLean sat, the river was a silvery winding ribbon wreathed in powder-blue morning mist, and the buildings of his sawmill like a jumble of small boxes. To the east, past the hills bathed in hazy purple shadows, lay the timber line, a dark smudge against the sun’s brightness.
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NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE
Says this writer: "Sickness insurance is bound to come ... it must be a unified national scheme ... and preventive medicine must be emphasized"
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JOHN w. s. MCCULLOUGH
FOR 400 years or more, in the majority of civilized countries, the family doctor has been the chief agent of cure in disease. The three roots of the medical profession in England and elsewhere, the barber, the ecclesiastic and the grocer, became respectively the surgeon, the physician and the apothecary.
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LONDON LETTER
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How to Behave in English Society
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Beverley Bexter's
THIS IS a letter for snobs. Needless to state, neither you nor I are snobs. As a matter of fact, I have never met a man or woman yet who confessed to being one. Freedom from snobbery is like the possession of a sense of humor— everyone admits to both.
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The 7th Day
Death walks again and Love struggles in the meshes of a tragic suspicion
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MAX BRAND
The story: In Italy, Thomas Decker manages Anthony Newcomen's huge fortune. He phones Newcomen that death threatens him, the wire goes dead, Newcomen rushes to Decker's villa, finds the man murdered. Hugh Churchill, the dead man's secretary, tells Marchese Lucardo, a detective, that the last persons who called on Thomas Decker were: Nicholas Decker, an impoverished cousin; Dinah Moore, employed to restore the villa frescoes; Nancy Ormonde who came from America to marry the dead man; Aldo Bertelli who is courting Nancy.
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Recovery on Rails
The story of how Britain’s railways climbed from depression to prosperity
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SYDNEY MORRELL
IN 1922 the British railways were in a chaotic condition. Throughout the country there ran 20,000 miles of track, most of it paralleled, and in some cases shortcircuited, by good highways, along which ran efficient and growing road traffic.
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FARGO TRUCKS AND COMMERCIAL CARS
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FARGO TRUCKS AND COMMERCIAL CARS
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Italian Balm
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Italian Balm
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COLGATE RIBBON DENTAL CREAM
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SUN LIFE OF CANADA
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WILLYS OF CANADA, LTD.
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WILLYS OF CANADA, LTD.
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Rustless water pipes
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Rustless water pipes
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MUTUAL IIFE CANADA
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MUTUAL IIFE CANADA
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EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED
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EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED
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Segeeant's DOG MEDICINES
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Maclean’s Crossword Puzzle
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Maclean’s Crossword Puzzle
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Across Down 1. To spatter with water. 6. Storeroom under a house. 10. Sunshade. 11. Dxiking glass. 12. Ornamental band of silk. 13. Plant deeply. 16. Dragnet. 18. Hitler can never------the record of history. 20. Part of the verb “to be.” 21. Hold tight.
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Vaseline HAIRTONIC TRADE MARK
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MECHANICS & WELDERS
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MECHANICS & WELDERS
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CHEVROLET
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CHEVROLET
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED
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FRY'S PURE BREAKFAST COCOA
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FRY'S PURE BREAKFAST COCOA
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GERANIUMS
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GERANIUMS
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Matter of Fact
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HENRY ASHBERY
Chop suey is not a Chinese dish and no Chinese ever eats it. The only chop suey which is known in China is a cheap kind of hash which is salvaged by Cantonese beggars, who beg for odds and ends of food. The discovery of gold in California is said to have been responsible for the chop-suey industry in North America.
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CASTORIA
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CASTORIA
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Letters from a Schoolmaster
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Letters from a Schoolmaster
No. 2 : More suggestions to an ex-pupil parent on how to bring up a son
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TERENCE CRONYN
Dear JOHN: In my last letter I suggested certain line of conduct as far as your conversational relationship with young John is concerned. Let me carry this idea of relationship still farther. Sometime you will play tennis or golf or some other game with him.
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Letters
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Hardly a week passes, but some native Canadian or foreign traveller tells us that Canada is seething with bitterness and disunion; that we do not think as Canadians, but as provinces. We have done a lot of shouting since the Great War to let the world know that we are a Nation (capital N), free and independent, and no British Parliament shall dictate to us in any way.
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SHELTON HOTEL
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A Young County Councillor
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A Young County Councillor
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WILL R. BIRD
RECENTLY Nova Scotia told the world about her oldest twins, ninetytwo years of age, and gave a list of the number of her present citizens who have reached the century mark.....all of which proves that in the old province by the sea one grows old slowly.
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Night Blindness
Motorists Can Remedy This Defect by Eating Vitamin A Foods, State Authorities
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IF' YOU are dazzled by the approaching bright lights of a motor car at night, it is because you are deficient in vitamin A, according to two Aberdeen scientists, and the deficiency can soon be overcome. An article in the Aberdeen (Scotland) Weekly Journal gives considerable information on the subject.
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DEACON SPORTWEAR
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THE BUSINESS BOOK COMPANY
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THE BUSINESS BOOK COMPANY
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SHOTS and ANGLES
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ANN ROSS
Mannequin IN “MANNEQUIN” Joan Crawford starts life as a poor girl in a New York tenement district, and works her way up slowly but surely to life in a penthouse with a shipping millionaire (Spencer Tracy). Her problem here is so simple that one wonders why she makes it so difficult for herself.
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KELLOGG’S ALL-BRAN
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VITALIS
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In Fewer Words
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Bad Business—Some businessesdepend on turnover for a good showing at the end of the year, hut from all appearances the automobile insurance business is suffering from bx> much turnover. Sudbury Star. Natural Talent His art teacher told him his fingers were all thumbs.
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In Fewer Words
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NEWS ITEM
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Louise Morris
London—(C.P.)—In the course of a discussion, on the relative punctuality of men and women Gladys Burlton, psychologist, declared unpunctual girls were often brilliant and the punctual, dull. “Never Too Late !“ Alas! Twas ever her sad fate— To always be a little late, Her tardy ways she tried to fight ’em Until she saw this little item. Then puffed with pride, said she, “I shine For now when I go out to dine I shall not feel a hard boiled sinner Because I’ve spoiled a first class dinner.
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In Fewer Words
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Maybe Adam Laughed at These
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Good Manners—“Mary, I hope you were polite at Aunt Molly’s.” “Oh, I was, mother. Every time she said ‘Haven’t you eaten enough yet, Mary?’ I said ‘No, thank you, Aunt Molly.’ ”— The Humorist. Makes Cents—“! hear Einstein’s theories are now selling in pamphlet form for twenty-five cents."
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HUMOR
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FIRE CHIEF CAMERON, of Fort William. Ontario, enjoys a bit of fun. Recently he was reading Beverley Baxter’s London Letter in Maclean’s when a puckish idea smote him with irresistible force. It was born of curiosity. For he had just been wondering how really well known Baxter is in London.
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