The Busy Man’s Magazine

May 1 1908

The Busy Man’s Magazine

May 1 1908

The Busy Man’s Magazine

Vol. XVI.

No. 1

ISSUED EVERY MONTH

M A Y , 1908

MAINLY ABOUT OURSELVES........13

CANADIANS WHO ARE DOING THINGS AND HOW - - 17-32

Mr. Justice Mabee, Hon. D. C. Fraser, Professor Shortt, Hon. F. L. Haszard, Mr. Robert Meighen, Mr. G. B. Ryan, Professor Schofield, Mr. F. C. T. O’Hara, and others.

ENGLISH AS SHE IS RECOGNIZED ELSEWHERE Agnes Deans Cameron 33

A MAN OF NO IMAGINATION - Owen Johnson 40

THE YOUNG MAN AND HIS PROBLEM - James L. Gordon 52

CURRENT HISTORY IN CARICATURE......55

THE KEEN COMPETITION IN BUSINESS - Thomas H. Curry 56

THE ADOPTION OF AUTOMOBILES IN BUSINESS - Ç. C. Keith 61

A GREATER SENSE OF OUR RESPONSIBILITY, George R. Welton 63

WHO STOLE THE ORGANIZER’S HANDBAG ? - F. H. Dobbin 65

A POLICE FORCE THAT IS A CREDIT TO CANADA - A.M.% 71

PROFIT SHARING IN BUSINESS - - - F. C. Lariviere 76

COMMON HOUSE FLY DISSEMINATES DISEASE - - - 80

THE WINDFALL OF THE GOVERNESS - Gertrude ¿M. Foxe 81

CANADIAN BANKING SYSTEM IS THE BEST IN THr WORLD Anarem Carnegie 85

THE VALUE OF TIME IS THE THING THAT COUNTS - 88

STRIVE TO CULTIVATE THE HABIT OF GOOD WILL, Orison Swett ¿Marden 89

THE STORY OF A SHATTERED AFFINITY - Thomas L. ¿Masson 93

YOUTH SHOULD BE TAUGHT THE HABIT OF SAVING, G.B.V.B. 95

WEALTH AND POWER OF INDIA’S NATIVE PRINCES Dr. jd. V. W. Jackson 97

CANADIANS SHOULD INDULGE IN MORE BOATING N. A. Homard-Moore 104

THINGS WORTH CRYING ABOUT - - - ¿Mary %oss 107

HOW THOSE WHO FALL ARE GIVEN ANOTHER CHANCE, J.N.Ç. 108

HOW SILVER BULLET BROUGHT DEATH TO MAD WOLF ¿Maude Benson 110

A MERCHANT PRINCE OF THE CANADIAN METROPOLIS ...........C. D. Cliffe 115

WHAT FINANCIAL PROSPERITY COSTS.....119

THE WORLD’S GREATEST PLOW MANUFACTURER G. W. Brock 121

WHERE BEAUTY SPOTS FLOURISH - - - N. O. K. 124

HOW I SASSED THE BOSS - Walter Havens 127

SOME DEDUCTIONS ON THE AVERAGE MAN One Who Knows 129

FIRST STEAM HEATED BUILDING IN ROME -- fßy Monsignor Satutto 132

CONTENTS OF MAY MAGAZINES......136

THE BUSY MAN’S BOOK SHELF......145

HUMOR IN MAGAZINES.........148

IMPROVEMENTS IN OFFICE DEVICES......152

* Vol. XVI. No. 2

CONTENTS FOR JUNE, 1908

MAINLY ABOUT OURSELVES........II

HOW SIR THOS. SHAUGHNESSY REACHED THE TOP, C. T>. Cliffe 17

WILL THERE BE ANOTHER CANADIAN CARDINAL ? J. % Trudeau 24

THE PASSING OF THE MACPHERSONS - - A. R. G/ennis 27

THE YOUNG NAPOLEON OF THE WEST - Robert Russell 30

THERE IS NOT ENOUGH MONEY IN THE WORLD, Frank Mumey 33

THE ENLISTMENT OF THE LONG REACH MEN - ¿Maude Jenson 42

WEST OF TO-DAY BUILDING FOR WEST OF TO-MORROW, Walter Mclnnis 46

THE RIGHTEOUSNESS OF DOCTORS’ BILLS - Qeo. C. Lawrence 49

THE HEAD OF THE HOUSE ECONOMIZES - Leighton Osmun 58

ON THE TYRANNY OF CLOTHES - - - . Alan Dale 60

MEN --------A ugusta FI. Gillies 64

THE RICHEST COAL BARON IN THE DOMINION, Jl. E. Greenwood 65

THE FERTILITY OF THE GREAT HINTERLAND - A. S. Wilson 70

THE MAN BEHIND AGRICULTURE IN THE SCHOOLS, G.B.V.B. 73

BUILDING A BUSY BUSINESS CITY - - - C. F. Rowland 76

THE MILLINER: A MONOLOGUE - ¿¿¿Carie ¿¿¡¿Canning 81

THE BRITISH TRADER IN CANADA - - Arthur Hawkes 84

THE PROPER WAY TO SPEND A HOLIDAY - G. W. Brock 91

WHO SHOULD FURNISH THE GUARANTEE ? Harlam Eugene Read 97

SOME METHODS OF DISTRIBUTING PROFITS - Fred C. Lamiere 99

AUTOMOBILING IN CANADA DECIDEDLY POPULAR. £ C. Keith 104

JIM CRADLEBAUGH : HEAD-LINER - William Hamilton Osborne 107

GET THIS KIND OF TROUBLE - Elbert Hubbard 112

A SUMMER TOUR OF THE MARITIME PROVINCES - G. R. C. 113

WHAT THE GENIUS OF ONE MAN HAS ACCOMPLISHED 118

HOW INDIANS GATHER THE WILD RICE CROP - T. J. Wallace 120

THE FIRST PUBLIC OWNERSHIP CANDIDATE ... 124

THE POWER BEHIND A VAST ENTERPRIZE - - - - 127

SOME MEN WHO ARE IN THE PUBLIC EYE - - - - 132

CONTENTS OF JUNE MAGAZINES......135

THE BUSY MAN’S BOOK SHELF......143

IMPROVEMENTS IN OFFICE DEVICES......144

WHAT MEN OF NOTE ARE SAYING......145

SCIENCE AND INVENTION........150

CONTENTS FOR JULY, 1908

THE GERMAN IN CANADA - - - H. H. Miller, M.P. 17

A MARRIAGE BY CAPTURE - ... E. % Punshon 33

AS THE WORKING GIRL SEES IT - Elizabeth Howard Westwood 39

TRAINING BOYS FOR COLONIAL LIFE - T. C. Bridges 44

WHAT PROFIT SHARING HAS DONE - - Fred C. Lariviere 51

JUST ESCAPED AND NO MORE - - - Maude Benson 54

STAND FOR SOMETHING - Orison Swett ¿flíÜarden 57

THE WASTE OF DAYLIGHT - - - Sir Algernon West 61

WHY SOME MEN BECOME BOSSES .... George Brett 64

THE MESSAGE OF THE FLOUR BARREL Herbert Vanderhoof 65

THE WAY OF MUSETTE.....Dorothea Deaken 71

HOW HIS DREAM WAS REALIZED......76

HAS SERVED UNDER FOUR PREMIERS.....79

MY SUPREME DEVOTION TO SILENCE - - Owen Oliver 81

THE BIGGEST NEWS SCOOP IN CANADA Ç. BVanBlaricom 88

WOMEN WHOSE MINDS DO NOT GROW - John R. Desmond 91

IN THE BABIES’ WARD OF THE HOSPITAL Caroline K. Herrick 92

HAVE WOMEN LESS CONSCIENCE THAN MEN ? Lillian Bell 95

THE ADVANTAGES OF BRANCH BANKS - H. M. P. frkardt 96

THE GREATNESS OF OUR COMMON HERITAGE - - - 101

SOME SETTLERS THAT CANADA CAN DO WITHOUT - - - J. T. A rdley 102

WHAT WILL THE WORLD DO WHEN COAL IS GONE? - - 105

THE GIRL THAT IS DOWN - Bfand Whitlock 106

WORTH WHILE TO WIN IN THE GAME - Thomas ß. Curry 1 12

COURTESY AS AN ELEMENT IN BUSINESS - G. W. Warner 1 13

IRRIGATION IN THE “WORLD’S PANTRY” - M. J. Hutchinson 117

SOME DEUGHTS OF CAMPING OUT - - Joseph % Johnson 124

A LEADER WHO STANDS FOR HIGH IDEALS - C. D. Cliff e 129

SOME MEN WHO ARE IN THE PUBLIC EYE - - - - 133

CONTENTS OF THE JULY MAGAZINES.....138

SOME RATHER UNUSUAL EVENTS......144

SOME FASHIONS FOR BUSY MEN......145

HUMOR IN THE MAGAZINES.......146

THE BUSY MAN’S BOOKSHELF.......148

IMPROVEMENTS IN OFFICE DEVICES......154

CONTENTS FOR AUGUST, 1908

GREAT ACHIEVEMENTS OF MEN OVER SIXTY E. 73. Simmons 17

TO WHAT HEIGHT WILL HE CLIMB? - William lakemore 30

EDUCATION AND BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS Gerald Sidney 33

THE OUTSIDE VERSUS THE INSIDE MAN - W. . Porter 37

DOES YOUR WORK DRIVE YOU? - r. Luther H. Gulick 42

THE WOOING OF THE TUTOR - - - Reginald Turner 44

"JUST AMONG THOSE PRESENT" - - - Elliott Flower 49

THE VALUE OF ADVERTISING CITIES - Herbert S. Clouston 53

HOW LONDON NEWSPAPERS CHANGE - - E. T. Tandy 55

THE KING'S GRIP - - - - - - Edward Boltwood 59

THE CALL OF THE COUNTRY - -. - - - L.S.A. 64

KING EDWARD IS ENTIRELY OUT OF DEBT Wycollar Hall 65

MOST EXCLUSIVE CLUB IN THE WORLD - - W. Lanston 71

A MAN WHO RISKS HIS FALL ON A THROW - A.G.G. 73

MY VOYAGE IN THE WORLD'S GREATEST AIRSHIP - -- - - - - - - - - - Hon. C. S. `F~olls 75

THE STORY OF A CLOSE SHAVE - - Herbert Kaufman 81

WHY SOME WOMEN NEVER MARRY - Alice Marston French 86

THE TRAGEDY OF BUSINESS - - - - - S.A.R. 89

THE IMPORTANCE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION - - -- - - - - - - - - John Hunter, e1~Z. ¶D. 91

FROM JET BLACK TO PURE WHITE - - C. F. c~7(CcTavish 93

FITTING YOUNG PEOPLE FOR LIFE'S BATTLE G. W. B rock 96

WRECKING TO SAVE, NOT TO DESTROY - S. H. Harris 98

BUSINESS MAN IS COUNTRY'S BEST CITIZEN Joseph F. Johnson 102

THE TURNING POINT - - - - Daniel Louis Hanson 104

THE CITY MAN AS A FARMER - - - Edgar J. Hollister 108

A FALL SHOOTING TRIP IN BRITISH COLUMBIA - - -- - - - - - - - R. Leckie-Ewing 11 3

CHARACTERISTICS THAT MAKE A SUCCESSFUL MAN - -- - - - - - - - - - - . C. Keith 118

NO SPORT IN THE WORLD TO EQUAL MOUNTAINEERING -- - - - - - - - - George D. Jibraham 12 1

SIR WILLIAM MACDONALD AND PRACTICAL EDUCATION -- - - - - - - - - - - C. D. Cliffe 126

CONTENTS FOR SEPTEMBER, 1908

MAINLY ABOUT OURSELVES - - - - - - - 13

BEAUTIFYING THE CAPITAL CITY OF CANADA - - -- - - - - - - - - C. . Van Blaricom 1 7

WHAT GOOD ROADS MEAN TO THE BUSINESS MAN C.M.R. 25

THE OLDEST WORKING JOURNALIST IN THE DOMINION -- - - - - - - - - - - C. W. rock 28

JUST AN ERROR OF JUDGMENT - - - Elliott Flower 33

WHAT THE POSTAL SERVICE MEANS TO BUSINESS - -- - - - - - - - - - Ira Stratton 39

THE YOUNG MAN AS A FACTOR IN NATIONAL LIFE - -- - - - - - - - - John Hunter, c~Z. ¶D. 41

THE EXISTENCE OF NATIONAL SENSITIVENESS Will Scarlet 44

FOREIGN PARASITES AND THEIR PREY - Vance Thompson 46

NEW THOUGHT CREATES NEW UFE - Orison Swett tWCarden 50

THE SUPREMACY OF CHRISTIAN ETHICS - W. . Archibald 55

STOVER, THE STRATEGIST - - - Jirchie P. McKishnje 59

THE DISCOVERY OF MRS. DUGAN - - Ellis Parker Butler 64

VIVID IMPRESSIONS OF THE GREAT WEST - C. C. Keith 65

HOW MR. TAFT SPENDS HIS HOLIDAYS IN CANADA - -- - - - - - - - - - A. S. Warner 70

A MAN WHO STANDS BY HIS CONVICTIONS - C. . Cliffe 75

STUDY THE ART OF COMPUMENT - - - ,4lec Jenkins 81

HOW SHE ANSWERED THE CALL OF HOME - Carl Williams 83

WHAT CITIES ARE DOING FOR THEIR CHILDREN - -- - - - - - - - - George Ethelbeth Walsh 85

THE FAILURE OF THE PROFESSIONAL WOMAN - - -- -. - - - - - . - X.~ary O'Connor Newell 89

THE THIRTEENTH MOVE - - - - lberta Bancroft 98

A CHARACTER SKETCH OF THE NEW BRYAN Willis J. Abbot 109

A THOROUGH BELIEVER IN THE DEMOCRACY - - -- - - - - - - - - - M. J. Hutchinson 113

4A MOOSE HUNTING JAUNT IN NEW ONTARIO C. C. Hacking 116

HAS TWICE WELCOMED ROYALTY TO ANCIENT CAPITAL - - - - - - - - - E. T. D. Chambers 120

HOW GEORGE H. HAM DISPENSES SUNSHINE Robert I. Carron 122

HOW INSECT ENEMIES DESTROY BOOKS - - W.T.C.R. 127

WHERE QUALITY COUNTS MORE THAN QUANTITY - -- - - - - - - - - - c~V. Gillam 130

CONTENTS OF THE SEPTEMBER MAGAZINES - - - 134

THE BUSY MAN'S BOOKSHELF - - - - - - - 142

HUMOR IN THE MAGAZINES - - - - - - - 145

IMPROVEMENTS IN OFFICE DEVICES - - - - - 148

CONTENTS FOR OCTOBER, 1908

MAINLY ABOUT OURSELVES - - - - - - - 13

THE OLDER HE GROWS THE MORE ACTIVE HE IS - -- - - - - - - - - - S. A. Creemore I 7

WHERE WOMEN HAVE TO CAST THEIR VOTES - Roy Fry 21

A MAN WHO HAS HELPED MANY A YOUNG MAN IN BUSINESS - - - - - - - - - - - C. D. Clue 28

A CORNER IN THE PRICE OF DRINKING WATER - - -- - - - - - - - - Jilbert F. f,~onney 33

A PROBLEM FOR TWO - - - - - - Elliot Flower 38

THE EXECUTIVE'S BUFFER - - - - Kendall Banning 45

MASTERSON'S "BARGAIN" MOTOR BOAT George Jillan England 49

A COMMONPLACE BUSINESS CAREER - - Forrest Crisseu 57

A BANK ENTIRELY FREE FROM PRIVATE INTERESTS - - 62

WHAT HAPPENS TO THE GROUCH - Herbert J. Hapgood 64

THE LITTLEST WOMAN IN THE WORLD - Arthur Brisbane 65

WHERE PROGRESS AND EDUCATION JOIN HANDS - -- - - - - - - - - - Albert Fitzpatrick 69

DANCING IS ONLY AN EXPRESSION OF LIFE - - - - 78

DECLARATION - - - - - - - Elbert Hubbard 80

MRS. CARSTAIRS' LAST BET - - - Margaret Strickland 81

A BUSINESS OF MILLIONS MANAGED BY A WOMAN - -- - - - - - - - - - Mark H. Salt 90

HOW WE ELECTED THE OLD MAN - Edward Salisbury Field 95

THE OLDEST RELIGIOUS BAND IN AMERICA Emily Mcjlrthur I 0 I

THE STORY OF "THE COWARD" - - D. C. Beanlands 107

VISITING BOB'S PEOPLE - - - Jacquette Hunter Eaton 112

THE TIMBER SUPPLY OF THE FUTURE James Oliver Curwood 113

THE OUTWITTING OF MR. BEARBY - Archie P. McKishnie 120

WHAT CONSTITUTES TRUE LEADERSHIP? John Hunter, M.D. 125

HOW MR. DERBYSHIRE BECAME CHEESE KING OF CANADA - - - - - - - - - - - C. C. Keith 127

CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION BREAKS MANY RECORDS I 29

THE NEW OCCUPANTS OF GOVERNMENT HOUSE - - 137

CONTENTS OF OCTOBER MAGAZINES - - - - - 138

THE BUSY MAN'S BOOKSHELF - - - - - - - 145

HUMOR IN THE MAGAZINES - - - - - - - 148

IMPROVEMENTS IN OFFICE DEVICES - - - - - - 150