Issue: 19390515

Monday, May 15, 1939
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EDITORIAL
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A Health Unto Their Majesties
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ON MAY 12, 1937, in Westminster Abbey, George VI was crowned King of Canada. For the first time in history, a British monarch, in a revised coronation oath, swore to govern the people of this Dominion according to their own laws and customs. It was a change of form, a constitutional requirement made necessary by the equality status of the Dominions, Unions and Commonwealths within the Empire.
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY
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Maclean's_19390515_0052_010_0003.xml
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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The Sovereign Ideal
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M. GRATTAN O’LEARY
HOW SHOULD Canadians welcome their King? Should they treat him as an idol before which other men bow down; indulge in snobbery, mummery, absurd incantations? Or should they give him a welcome warm, yet rational; a tribute of respect and reverence without the insult of flattery?
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Canada Greets Her King
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At the National Capital
" He shall have dominion also from sea to sea, and from the river unto the ends of the earth "
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GRANT DEXTER
FOR FOUR DAYS, the Capital of Canada will be host to King George and Queen Elizabeth. These four days, May 17 to 20, will be of special significance to all of Canada for the reason that in visiting the capital of the Dominion, Their Majesties in an official sense will be visiting the Canadian people-atlarge.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Planning a Royal Tour
As many Canadians as possible should see the King and Queen; the King and Queen should see as much of Canadian life as possible—these are the cardinal principles which have governed organization of the Royal Tour
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GRANT DEXTER
T HIS IS the story of how the visit of the King and Queen was planned at Ottawa. It begins on October 8, 1938, when an official statement was issued at Balmoral Castle, the Royal residence in the Highlands, announcing that King George VI and Queen Elizabeth would visit Canada in the spring of 1939.
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LONDON LETTER
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The Crown — Symbol of the Nation
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Beverley Baxter
SOME fourteen months ago I had the honor of being presented to the Queen at the house of Lady Maureen Stanley. There were half a dozen of us there, and the Queen, sitting on a sofa, talked to each of us in turn. It was all completely informal and human.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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"ROYAL TRAIN"
A pre-view of the Royal Residence on wheels in which a King and Queen will span a continent
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LESLIE ROBERTS
AT 9.30 o’clock on the morning of May 16. twelve royal blue cars, banded with silver and gold, will glide sinuously westward from Quebec’s Palais Station behind a streamlined locomotive. Sliding over yard switches, a Royal train will head toward Three Rivers.
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FICTION
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The Uphill Heart
A story of India’s fighting frontier and the courage that keeps it safe
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PERRY ADAMS
THEY RAN with the urgency of men with life at stake, the five of them, yet with a peculiar clumsiness which neither their heavy woollen uniforms nor the crusted blanket of snow underfoot could wholly explain. The pace was labored, erratic; they pounded along stifflegged as if favoring crippled feet.
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FICTION
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DETOUR TO MANDALAY
It's a crying shame for radio's future baritone to be sacrificed on the altar of farm boarders—but hark!
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FRANK LEON SMITH
LANKY young Goulding Harlow had almost everything it takes to be an authentic baritone. While he lacked the deep gorge at the back of the neck which is standard equipment with the skinnier liaritones and basses, his ears and his Adam’s apple were outstanding, and there was joy in his voice and sun in his soul.
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FICTION
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Deep Waters
Castaways on a desolate rock, four men and a girl face the elemental struggle for survival
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BEN AMES WILLIAMS
The story: In Boston. Robin Date, a girl artist, meets Will McPhail, an irresponsible student from Montreal, who says he intends to marry her eventually but meanwhile is going to a temporary job in Carutda. where lives his older brother, Angus, a thrifty Scotsman who dislikes women.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Hero in Ermine
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M. Eugenie Perry
WAVE your flags! Cheer! He is coming now — the King! Hear the band; feel the thrill swaying the tense crowd! Eternal pageant, scarlet and gold and blue; Royalty is a symbol, and kings are figureheads, But here — a man comes. Gaunt, even grim, or — it may be — shy; Blue eyes steadfast, seeking no compromise; Cheer for him! Cheer! His is no simple rôle; he is a simple man Craving the privacy the meanest soul may claim.
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FICTION
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The Hermit of Dark Harbor
In which Soothsayer Simon, of Grand Manan, demonstrates that converse with the spirits Is an exceedingly risky business
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LOUIS ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM
NO.” SAID Cap’n Hall apropos of nothing much, “ e hermit business ain’t what it sed to be years ago. What witn airships an’ autos an’ the scarcity of whiskers. I dare say you’d have to visit all the Florida keys an’ maybe part of the May-lay Archipelay-go afore ye could list a halfdozen on ’em—maybe not that many.
Maclean's_19390515_0052_010_0014.xml
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Quiz
Upsetting all precedents, the author offers a bad prize for a good score
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Gordon Dustan’s
ALL THE way from Listowel. Ireland. Mr. W. Cronin writes: “I am a reader of your magazine. and found the Quiz you had in some recent numbers very entertaining. I wonder if the gentleman (thank you. Mr. Cronin) who set the questions for Quiz, knows where the word originated.
Maclean's_19390515_0052_010_0016.xml
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Navy Invincible
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Navy Invincible
Britain Can Command Sea Against Any Combination Of Foes, Says Stanhope
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TODAY, the British Navy is in a position, should the need arise, to discharge its obligations to our allies, the Empire, and ourselves.” This statement was recently made by The Right Hon. Earl Stanhope, K.G., First Lord of the Admiralty, according to Parade, which quotes him further as follows:
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Navy Invincible
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Ocean Air Route
Atlantic Will Soon Be Conquered by Enormous Passenger Airplanes
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SOON a passenger-carrying airplane service across the Atlantic Ocean will be inaugurated, and in Popular Mechanics we are told what the passengers may exp>ect in the way of accommodation. Poised on this side of the Atlantic Ocean, ready for the first history-making flight, is an 82.500-pound, all-metal Boeing flying boat—the largest in the world—powered by four great engines and capable of flying 4,275 miles, non-stop, with full load.
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Navy Invincible
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Conscription
Warm Controversy Over Compidsory Army Service Rages in Britain
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IN Great Britain a heated controversy regarding the merits and demerits of compulsory military service has recently taken place, and Public Opinion quotes some of the arguments. In the Times, Liddell Hart, its eminent military correspondent, states:
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Maclean's_19390515_0052_010_0021.xml
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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Maclean's_19390515_0052_010_0022.xml
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Navy Invincible
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Classroom Radio
In Cleveland, Classes Are Taught By City's Oum School Broadcasting System
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IN PUBLIC-SCHOOL classrooms of Cleveland, Ohio, teaching is now done by radio, and, according to an article by Karl Detzer in Kiwanis Magazine, the experiment is being followed with much interest by schools everywhere. The author states:
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Navy Invincible
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King of Spain
General Franco's Choice, Don Juan, Has Been An Officer in British Navy
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THE probable next king of Spain served as a midshipman and a lieutenant in the British Navy and has a high appreciation of everything English, we are told by Gerald Scheff in the Sunday Express, London. One day soon—if General Franco’s hopes are fulfilled —the third son of the deposed Alfonso will be restored to the throne of a newborn Spain.
Maclean's_19390515_0052_010_0026.xml
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MOFFATS LIMITED
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MOFFATS LIMITED
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Amateur Cooks
Cooking For Fun Appeals To Many Men; Wise Wives Encourage Them
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HOW MANY men make a hobby of cooking? Quite a number, according to Kiley Taylor in the New York Times Magazine. Gastronomy has always been of absorbing interest to men, as eating has ever been a major indoor sport. As a natural sequence, certain men have always cooked for the fun of it.
Maclean's_19390515_0052_010_0029.xml
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Canada Greets Her King
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Vive le Roi! Vive le Duc !
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LESLIE ROBERTS
THE French Canadian, since he is predominantly of Norman extraction, will feel he is once again a subject of the Duke of Normandy, one of the titles of His Majesty (the one, as a matter of fact, by virtue of which he still reigns over the Channel Islands), a title which owes nothing in seniority and precedence to that of King.
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PICTORIAL
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ROYAL JOURNEY
A pictorial souvenir of the visit of the King and Queen
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THOMAS J.LIPTON LIMITED
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THOMAS J.LIPTON LIMITED
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Canada Greets Her King
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Homage from Ontario
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ROYD E. BEAMISH
ELEVEN DAYS of the twenty-seven to be spent in Canada by King George and Queen Elizabeth will be taken up with visits, long and short, to more than thirty Ontario cities, towns and villages. Eleven days, during which the royal blue and silver train will shuttle nearly 4,000 miles across the province and back again, so that most of Ontario’s four million souls may greet Their Majesties.
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Matter of Fact
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Matter of Fact
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HENRY ASHBERY
Macao, the Portuguese colony in China, has been called the “Jewel of the Ocean,” but actually it is the headquarters of all the smuegbrs and gamblers of the China Seas. The opium pipe and spirit lamp, which are indispensable in the preparation of the drug, form part of the furniture in all hotel bedrooms.
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CASTORIA
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CASTORIA
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MAGAZINE REPEATING RAZOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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MAGAZINE REPEATING RAZOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED
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PETERBOROUGH CANOE CO.
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PETERBOROUGH CANOE CO.
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Maclean's_19390515_0052_010_0059.xml
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THE SCRAPBOOK
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Disney Homestead ALTHOUGH Walt Disney, the famous creator of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” was not born in Canada, his father and grandfather were, and his great grandfather, who arrived from Ireland in 1818, resided here until he died.
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THE CANADIAN SHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY, LTD.
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THE CANADIAN SHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY, LTD.
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Canada Greets Her King
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Victoria Day in Manitoba
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JACK PATERSON
THE ROYAL train will reach Winnipeg, Manitoba, at 10.30 a.m.. May 24. As Their Majesties detrain at the Canadian Pacific station, an artillery salute of twenty-one guns will be fired from the grounds of the Legislative Building situated in city centre.
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Canada Greets Her King
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Saskatchewan's Royal Welcome
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HAROLD KRITZW1SER
FOR 20,000 or more school children of Southern Saskatchewan’s droughtlands, long weeks of dreams will be realized on May 25, when they take to highways and railways to visit Regina for the visit of King George and Queen Elizabeth. For Regina’s welcome to Their Majesties will be pre-eminently a children’s welcome.
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Canada Greets Her King
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Alberta's Celebration Plans
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JOSEPH C. DWYER
ALBERTA'S provincial, civic and municipal Governments have been co-operating during months of preparation to make the visit of Their Majesties a memorable occasion. The largest influx of visitors to cities in the province’s history is anticipated, and hotel accommodation in Calgary and Edmonton was completely booked fully two months in advance.
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CHARLES L. SHAW
IN THE Rockies and westward. Their Majesties will pass through scenery which in diversity and grandeur is probably unmatched in the Empire, and their day in Banff, Alberta, close to the British Columbia boundary, will prepare them for some of the finest.
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New Brunswick’s Program
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IAN SCLANDERS
REACHING New Brunswick from Quebec on June 13, the King and Queen will detrain in the morning at Newcastle. From there the Royal party will motor to Fredericton, the provincial capital, 105 miles distant. The drive will take Their Majesties along the Miramichi River, one of the most famous salmon streams on the continent, and through scenery which is said to be reminiscent of that in Queen Elizabeth’s native Scotland.
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FRANK WALKER
SCHOOL CHILDREN and Boy Scouts from all parts of Prince Edward Island will take a prominent part in the Royal visit to Charlottetown on June 14. They will line both sides of Great George Street leading from the Marine Wharf, where Their Majesties will arrive at 12.30 p.m. from Cape Tormentine.
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Nova Scotia’s Hail and Farewell
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FRANK W. DOYLE
NOVA SCOTIA’S welcome to Their Majesties in June will mingle with Canada’s farewells, and, for this, the province provides a fitting setting. Here were evolved for this Dominion those notably British institutions—representative and, later, responsible government, and the free press.
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Maclean's Crossword Puzzle
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1. Mark of the true artist. 5. Small slice of meat; piece of flesh. 9. Trader. 12. The earth is a-. 13. This eight-armed terror of the deep Might haunt a diver in his sleep. 14. Floating platform. 16. County of Ontario. 17. Picture painted on plaster.
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There's Something In a Name
Part 3 : New Brunswick
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MARY AGNES PEASE
NEW BRUNSWICK.” said a historian recently, “has the most unusual history of any part of Canada, because it was established as a separate colony at the close of the American War of Independence (1775-83) to provide sanctuary for the British Loyalists who trekked north after the war and settled in the Maritime Provinces and in Upper Canada.
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Letters
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I do not know what authority you had for your statement concerning garlic in the April 15 issue of your very interesting journal, but it is certainly not in agreement with that given in the Bible. So far were the Israelites from complaining about the odor of garlic that they longed for it intensely while in the wilderness.
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Wit and Wisdom
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Good Old Days—The old days were easier. Then, the only time folks saw red was when they looked at a farmer's barn. Calgary Albertan. It Can Be Done—A financial wizard is a man who can buy a motor car without haying to mortgage it. — Sherbrooke Off His Uppers —An unemployed actor finally landed a booking the other day, and he says he’s so happy he feels as though he’s walking on leather.
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Inspector’s Oversight—The stranger ambled into the farmyard and was challenged by the farmer. With an air of great importance the stranger produced his card and remarked: “I am a Government inspector and am entitled to inspect your farm.
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YOU MAY be very sure of it that the one subject of ervading interest all over Canada for weeks past has been the visit of King George and Queen Elizabeth. It was to be expected that the national absorption in Their Majesties’ history-making excursion would be reflected in the dispatches of our undercover operatives.
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