Issue: 19391001

Sunday, October 1, 1939
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Maclean's
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0001.xml
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Again... NASH
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Again... NASH
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Maclean’s Editorials
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Maclean’s Editorials
Canada Marches
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THIS is written on September 11. Yesterday, Canada declared a state of war against the German Reich. The decision was that of the elected representatives of the Canadian people. Through Parliament, all Canada spoke. All day long we hear the steady tramp of marching feet.
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LISTERINE
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LISTERINE
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In the Editor's Confidence
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In the Editor's Confidence
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THIS ISSUE of Maclean’s went to press a few days after the Empire’s declaration of war against Hitlerism. We need not stress the fact that many factors enter into the winning of a war apart from strength of arms. It is necessary that every effort be made by all to maintain the life of the nation on a plane as close to normal as possible.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0005.xml
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0006.xml
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Parker
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Parker
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0007.xml
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FICTION
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This Is Cintha
The story of a girl everyone loved, and a crayon that was a deadlier weapon than the artist knew
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RUTH BURR SANBORN
VICKERY stopped in the path outside the kitchen window, hunching his shoulders against the wind. Inside he could see Cintha. Cintha was standing at the table beating eggs in a blue bowl; the light came down on top of her head and set the red curls blazing. Under the whiteness of the light her features had an almost frightening clarity, small and pure; she had a brave mouth and laughing lashes.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Voluntary Registration of Canadian Women
Object is survey of those willing to serve, and of their training and qualifications — Details of questionnaire
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ARRANGEMENTS for the voluntary registration of Canadian women for servire to their country in time of war will be completed, or near completion, by the time this issue of Maclean’s is off the press. Organized by the National Committee for Voluntary Registration of Canadian Women and by provincial committees, comprised of representative women from all walks of life in all sections of the country, the survey is designed to provide: (1) A list of women willing to undertake tasks for which they are already trained and qualified, or to undertake training for those tasks.
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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LONDON LETTER
The Incredible Forty-eight Hours
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Beverley Baxter's
LONDON, September 3 (By Cable).—This is Sunday, September 3,. 1939. From the hour of eleven this morning Britain has been at war with Germany. That is the climax of the most incredible forty-eight hours memory can recall. On Friday evening, Parliament met.
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10,11,32,33,34,35
FICTION
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THE TEN GALLON HAT
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ERIC KNIGHT
THE AMERICANS,” said Young Mr. Albert, “are a very curious people. For instance, I found that they keep their houses much, much too warm, and serve their drinks much, much too cold.” Everyone at the meeting, that had been called to hear Young Mr. Albert’s report on his American trip, thought this over solemnly.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0011.xml
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12,13,39,40
GENERAL ARTICLES
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Success Formula for a City
Cheap power, good location, low taxes and settled labor conditions — Drummondville's tested recipe for prosperity
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FREDERICK EDWARDS
THERE is one city in Canada that knows not the depression. Or for that matter, the recession either. One city that has gone steadily forward in an ever-growing prosperity during these late dolorous years while other larger and more important communities have struggled against slackening business conditions, battled increasing unemployment, wrestled with the strangling octopus of relief.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0012.xml
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14,15,47,48,49,50
FICTION
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’Eroes
Peaceful chaps, the men of the Basuto, but they hadn't forgotten how to fight
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"SHALIMAR"
ONE SUNDAY evening, just after sunset, the assistant collector of Chitablary, a coastal district of Southern India, sat in his office. Over his head a punkah creaked, and the air it disturbed caused the papers on his desk to flutter. Outside, the wind rustled the palm fronds, and not far away wavelets from the bay splashed monotonously on the beach.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0013.xml
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Quiz
The demon inquisitor's ninth list of teasers guaranteed to stir up your memory
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GORDON DUSTAN
HAVING been referred to recently in the public prints by a rising young columnist as “The Father of the Canadian Quiz,” your surprised and gratified compiler has naturally been stirred anew to frenzied activity. This, his latest offspring, like all children, is a pertinacious asker of questions.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0014.xml
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SPORT
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Prairie Kick-off
Western squads prepare for the annual grid wars while a rules showdown approaches in the Canadian rugby setup
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J. NORVIL MARKS
AS CANADA’S 1939 gridiron campaign gets under way on Eastern and Western football fronts, the shadow of seemingly insolvable differences between the two sections still dims the pigskin picture. Although the annual meeting of the Canadian Rugby Union in Toronto last February lacked the usual arguments and bickering, its outcome must be regarded as a temporization.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0015.xml
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18,19,20,37,38,39
FICTION
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LESSON FOR A LADY
An explosion follows a discovery in the concluding installment of this drama-packed serial about a girl who wanted to be a lady
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ELEANOR DeLAMATER
SEBASTIAN felt fine. He could hold his liquor. He could hold so much, in fact, that the bartender in the saloon where he was drinking began to watch him and to press the free lunch upon him. "Better eat something, buddy,” he kept saying. "That stuff packs a wallop.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0016.xml
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0017.xml
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Orchard in the Dry Belt
Emil Meili grows fine fruits in the heart of the drought area without benefit of irrigation
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MATT O’CONNELL
I HEARD of Emil Meili’s orchard-in-the-dry-belt when visiting in the nearest city some sixty miles away. Agricultural men had come upon it unexpectedly at Coderre, Saskatchewan, while making an economic survey of the area and had been frankly amazed.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0018.xml
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PRESTONE
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PRESTONE
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0019.xml
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GENERAL ARTICLES
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Taxes and Charity
When you give to charity services, where does your money go ?
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MARY HATHEWAY
MIDDLEBOROUGH is imaginary -an average Canadian town. Late on a September night Dr. Peters and his guest, Hugh Donald, smoked their pipes on a balcony overlooking Middleborough. Rain had stopped, and a fragrance reached them of earth and wet fallen leaves.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0020.xml
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WILLYS
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WILLYS
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0021.xml
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WESTFIELD WATCH COMPANY
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WESTFIELD WATCH COMPANY
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0022.xml
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New Grass Cutter
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SPINNING freely in a horizontal plane, the cutting arms of a gasoline-powered lawn mower clip off grass and weeds up to twelve or fourteen inches high. Momentum is sustained evenly by a flywheel to which the arms with their sharp knives are attached, resulting in continuous operation with very little power.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0023.xml
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Colgate’s
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Colgate’s
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0024.xml
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PHILLIPS
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PHILLIPS
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0025.xml
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International Silver Company Limited,
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International Silver Company Limited,
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0026.xml
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Chrysler
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Chrysler
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0027.xml
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0028.xml
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RCA VICTOR COMPANY LIMITED
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RCA VICTOR COMPANY LIMITED
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0029.xml
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DR. LYON’S
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DR. LYON’S
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0030.xml
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DOMINION CORSET CO. LIMITED
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DOMINION CORSET CO. LIMITED
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0031.xml
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DEACON
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DEACON
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0032.xml
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Lawn-mower Snowplow
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DOUBLE service is obtained from the gasoline-driven lawn mower by making it plow snow in winter. Mechanics in the park department of Duluth, Minn., removed cutting blades from the machine and substituted fibre brushes, which are set diagonally to throw the snow off to one side.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0033.xml
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MUTUAL LIFE
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MUTUAL LIFE
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0034.xml
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Heinz
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Heinz
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0035.xml
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Quink
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Quink
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0036.xml
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CHAN PASTE WAX
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CHAN PASTE WAX
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0037.xml
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Letters
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IN A recent article in Maclean's it is stated that the special issue of Royal Visit postage stamps are the first ever to be printed in Canada in two colors. If that is correct, where were the map stamps of 1898 printed, as they are in two colors? —H. Hewlett, Toronto.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0038.xml
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CASTORIA
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CASTORIA
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0039.xml
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Sanforized-Shrunk
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Sanforized-Shrunk
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0040.xml
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CUTICURA
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CUTICURA
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0041.xml
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UNGUENTINE
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UNGUENTINE
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0042.xml
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Sergeant's
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Sergeant's
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0043.xml
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Anaconda
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Anaconda
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0044.xml
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Kellogg’s
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Kellogg’s
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0045.xml
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Eagle's
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Eagle's
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0046.xml
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0047.xml
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Defeating the Drip
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THE problem of the dripping spout has exercised the minds of the pottery trade for years—and with surprisingly little result. Spouts have been tortured into queer shapes—some long and thin, others short and stout—without achieving any substantial improvement in the untidy habits of the average teapot.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0048.xml
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Craven “A”
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Craven “A”
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0049.xml
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0050.xml
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0051.xml
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SAL-HEPAT/CA
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SAL-HEPAT/CA
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0052.xml
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0053.xml
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Nugget
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Nugget
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0054.xml
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RENDELLS
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RENDELLS
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0055.xml
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Sani-Flush
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Sani-Flush
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0056.xml
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CORNS
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CORNS
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0057.xml
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Prudential
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Prudential
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0058.xml
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Matter of Fact
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Matter of Fact
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HENRY ASHBERY
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0059.xml
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Self-heating Food Cans
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0060.xml
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Advertisements
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0061.xml
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There's Something in a Name
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There's Something in a Name
No. 8 —The Province of Manitoba
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MARY AGNES PEASE
INDIAN NAMES are common in all parts of Canada, especially in the prairie provinces. Manitoba has an Indian name and so has its capital city, Winnipeg. One of its principal rivers, the Assiniboine, also bears a name of native origin. The name Manitoba, like that of Ontario, was given first by the Indians to a lake in the province, and later became a territorial designation.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0062.xml
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0063.xml
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Advertisements
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0064.xml
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Maclean's Crossword Puzzle
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Maclean's Crossword Puzzle
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Across 1. City of Asiatic Russia, historically famous. 6. Rattlesnakes belong to thefamily. 9. Not according to nature. 10. A-community can be found only in the country. 11. Twenty-seventh President of the United States. 12. Oldest of fraternal orders.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0065.xml
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STEWART-WARNER
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STEWART-WARNER
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0066.xml
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Longines
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Longines
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0067.xml
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Eveready
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Eveready
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0068.xml
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RONSON
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RONSON
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0069.xml
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Too High for Haala
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0070.xml
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Jobs For Wives?
Many States Are Trying to Deprive Working Wives of Their Employment
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0071.xml
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THE SCRAPBOOK
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THE SCRAPBOOK
The 100-Year-Old Ferry
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FOR OVER 100 years a ferry, considered to be the oldest transport service of its kind in Ontario, has carried passengers, horse-drawn vehicles and cars back and forth over the Grand River in Six Nations Reserve, Ontario. There is no throbbing engine to propel the boat across.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0072.xml
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Vaseline
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Vaseline
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0073.xml
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0074.xml
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Lord Lothian
New British Ambassador to United States Has a Distinguished Record
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LORD LOTHIAN, the new British Ambassador to the United States, is one of that small group of statesmen known as “Milner’s Kindergarten” because of the training they received from that great Empire builder. Another is Lord Tweedsmuir. So states Harold Callender in the New York Times, and the article proceeds: In 1916 he (Lord Lothian) became private secretary to Mr. Lloyd George and remained in that position throughout the war and the peace conference.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0075.xml
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Beauty Secrets
Famous Screen Beauties Turn Imperfections Into Glamorous Individuality
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WOMEN are apt to want to look too pretty. But our ideal modern woman is not pretty. She is something far more—she can be entrancing.” Thus states Omar Kiam, who, as designer for the Samuel Goldwyn productions, ought to know whereof he speaks.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0076.xml
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0077.xml
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LIFEBUOY
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LIFEBUOY
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0078.xml
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0079.xml
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WOMEN AND THE HOME
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Season to Taste
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HELEN G. CAMPBELL
I HAVE nothing whatever against good plain cooks or good plain cooking. Quite the contrary in fact, for in my opinion a well-made, perfectly seasoned dish is worth any number of fussy get-ups. But when it comes to prosaic, monotonous meals which lack that final flair of flavor, it’s another matter altogether.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0080.xml
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0081.xml
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0082.xml
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The Red Cross
It was Organized 75 Years Ago as Result of Doctor’s Visit to Battlefield
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RECENTLY the seventy-fifth birthday of the Red Cross was celebrated, and Public Opinion (London) tells something about it, as follows: The vast organization of the International Red Cross and its dependent national societies had its origin in the accidental presence of a Swiss tourist.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0084.xml
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Colorful Gaiety For Fall
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Materials: 6 balls white mercer crochet, No. 50. Steel crochet hook, No. 4½ English, or No. 9 American. Abbreviations: st —stitch ch —chain sl st —slip stitch sc —single crochet dc —double crochet sp —space Collar and cuffs are made of individual petals, which are later sewed to bands.
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Hinds
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Hinds
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0086.xml
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VITALIS
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VITALIS
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0087.xml
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HUMOR
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Wit and Wisdom
In Fewer Words
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How to Remain Single—“If a young man wants to remain single,” remarks a magistrate, “he will take my tip and not remain in one town for any length of time.” A rolling stone gathers no boss.—The Humorist. Good Education—Just the other day we received in this office a letter otherwise bearing all the marks of good education from a Canadian lady, who asked if it were possible to drive by automobile from Montreal to Jamaica.
Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0088.xml
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0089.xml
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0090.xml
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Maclean's
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0091.xml
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Parade
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THE LIFE of an amateur gardener is a disconsolate business at best. He is tormented by thrips, beset by beetles, savaged by slugs. Having at various periods in a lifetime packed with adventure attempted to grow things in back yards on our own account, we know something of the heartbreak that can come when caterpillars assail the roses and cutworms ravish the sweet peas.
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Cellophane
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0093.xml
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STETSON
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STETSON
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Maclean's_19391001_0052_013_0094.xml