November 1, 1926

HEAD WINDS

The Home Beautiful

CAN GOOD TASTE BE ACQUIRED?

SON OF THE PRESIDENT

HEAD WINDS 23

HEAD WINDS

SOMETIMES the unreckoned course of a man’s physical activities—to say nothing of the mental or spiritual curves he may describe—is like that of a boomerang. From a given point, like a missile cast from the invisible hand of Destiny, he returns, willy-nilly, to the spot where the initial impulse was given.
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The Home Beautiful

CAN GOOD TASTE BE ACQUIRED?

Is it a gift, or may it be acquired—and if so, how? This is a question which should interest every progressive woman.
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SON OF THE PRESIDENT

FARNSWORTH walked along the corridor behind her. Being very new to business, to walk along that marble corridor, with its lines of offices on either side bearing the names of executives—was always a thrilling thing to him. He imagined himself as one of those executives, his name, Hanley Farnsworth, on the door.
WASHINGTON APPOINTMENT ACCEPTED AS GESTURE OF BUSINESS SIGNIFICANCE 9293
BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS

WASHINGTON APPOINTMENT ACCEPTED AS GESTURE OF BUSINESS SIGNIFICANCE

AS I see it, this is the proposition in a nut-shell, so far as the decision to send the Hon. Vincent Massey as Canadian Minister to Washington, D.C., is concerned. The appointment should be regarded strictly from a business viewpoint. In reviewing the Canadian press comment upon Ottawa’s announcement I find there is a wide disposition to accept the decision with this thought in mind.
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LAZY DAISY

RODDY SAYERS was in about as unpleasant a position as a young man well could be. There was nothing in his immediate surroundings to suggest such a thing, but the fact remained. Here was he, Roderick Arthur, nearing the end of the Easter holidays which he had been so glad to spend with the Ponsonby family, still eating their excellent food and drinking their excellent, if teetotal, drinks; still reclining on their long chairs amongst the potted ferns on their verandah, and still enjoying the society of their two young resident daughters, but, regrettably, not retaining his former firm intention of proposing marriage to Alice, that third itinerant daughter who was not quite so young!
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HALF A PAGE ABOUT PEOPLE

This and That About Canadians Here and There
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WHERE ONCE THEY TROD

THEY were standing where history had been made, where blood had flowed in a crimson stream, where soldiers on listening patrol with the wild abandon o youth dicing with death, had crawled about in the utter da kness of nights . . . They were standing on what had at one time been a “No Man’s Land.”
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Women and their Work

MACLEAN’S QUESTION BOX

Question—E.B.: Will you please send me information that is suitable for speeches at a rural school fair, the subjects pertaining to Canada? One speech is for a girl, and the other for a boy. Answer—I do not believe the writer wanted information very much, or she would have sent a stamped, self-addressed envelope, and not scribbled her request on a postcard.
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Bounding Through Belgium

NORMA PHILLIPS MUIR
ANSWERS To FINANCIAL QUERIES 9293
BUSINESS & INVESTMENTS

ANSWERS To FINANCIAL QUERIES

Question—I would be glad of some information regarding, the seven per cent., preferred shares of Caulder’s Creameries Ltd. Are they a safe investment?—Don, Regina, Saskatchewan Answer—Caulder’s Creameries Ltd. is a consolidation of Saskatchewan Creamery and Ice Cream Co., Limited.
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