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Canadian grocer April-June 1918 . THE COAL YOU WILLEVENTUALLY BURN J. G. Butterworth Co. Limited V, SD.rt-a Si (WW* Pho« Q»« 666 WholesaleTeas, Flour, etc. RED ROSE ManitobaPatent Flour W.F. Hatheway Company, Limited lu WARD STREETST JOHN. N.B S?*te SCRANTONCOAL The Coal you willeventually burn J. G. Butterworth Co. Limited 86 SPARKS ST., OTTAWA Phone Queen 666 The above examples of reset advertisements illustrate how much better simple plain compositionfreaky treatments. The resets are by one of Canadas best typographers, Joe W. Short, with Ottawa. Read his notes on the engraved vlate. is tha

Canadian grocer April-June 1918 . THE COAL YOU WILLEVENTUALLY BURN J. G. Butterworth Co. Limited V, SD.rt-a Si (WW* Pho« Q»« 666 WholesaleTeas, Flour, etc. RED ROSE ManitobaPatent Flour W.F. Hatheway Company, Limited lu WARD STREETST JOHN. N.B S?*te SCRANTONCOAL The Coal you willeventually burn J. G. Butterworth Co. Limited 86 SPARKS ST., OTTAWA Phone Queen 666 The above examples of reset advertisements illustrate how much better simple plain compositionfreaky treatments. The resets are by one of Canadas best typographers, Joe W. Short, with Ottawa. Read his notes on the engraved vlate. is tha Stock Photo
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Canadian grocer April-June 1918 . THE COAL YOU WILLEVENTUALLY BURN J. G. Butterworth Co. Limited V, SD.rt-a Si (WW* Pho« Q»« 666 WholesaleTeas, Flour, etc. RED ROSE ManitobaPatent Flour W.F. Hatheway Company, Limited lu WARD STREETST JOHN. N.B S?*te SCRANTONCOAL The Coal you willeventually burn J. G. Butterworth Co. Limited 86 SPARKS ST., OTTAWA Phone Queen 666 The above examples of reset advertisements illustrate how much better simple plain compositionfreaky treatments. The resets are by one of Canadas best typographers, Joe W. Short, with Ottawa. Read his notes on the engraved vlate. is than fussy, ornate,the Mortimer Company, April 26, 1918. 105. New Slants on OldProblems How the Value of Factors Change With Conditions. By Henry Johnson, Jr. A YOUNG man asked for whitebread in a cafeteria on a wheat-less day. The girl at the countersaid, sweetly: It is not served to-day.Why, Im willing to pay for it—cant Ihave it if I pay extra? No: this is awheatless day. We do not serve whitebread to-day. I do not know whether the youngman went away sorrowing, for he hadgreat riches. I do know that there wasa whole volume of lessons in that inci-dent, for it exemplified how we are re-adjusting our sense of values regardingmany things. Hitherto, we Canadians have beenwont to feel that we could have and wereentitled to get anything for which wehad the price and were willing to pay.Now we are finding out that some thingsare beyond all price; that there is nomere money-equivalent for certain com-modities we always have regarded as socommon and so essential as to be almostlike air or water. We are like a richman lost in the Sahara desert. He ma