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Man-Made Remedies For A Man-Made Depression 
Text  Jackson, Professor Gilbert, Man-Made Remedies For A Man-Made Depression, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 23 Feb 1933, 84-96  Anecdotes to show what some people think of the economy, and economists. The need to understand the depression. The programme that Australia has worked out and the role of economists in that programme. Some comments on the policies of Governments. Service that could be rendered by a committee of...
The India of Tomorrow 
Text  Mudaliar, Diwan Bahadur, The India of Tomorrow, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 18 Sep 1933, 206-216  ... THE INDIA OF TOMORROW AN ADDRESS BY DIWAN BAHADUR MUDALIAR September 18, 1933 At a special luncheon of The Empire Club of Canada, held on Monday, September 18, 1933, the guest speaker was Diwan Mudaliar, former Mayor of Madras and leader of the Indian delegation to the British Commonwealth...
Does Canada Take The League of Nations Seriously? 
Text  Grant, Principal W.L., Does Canada Take The League of Nations Seriously?, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 9 Feb 1933, 56-69  ... DOES CANADA TAKE THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS SERIOUSLY? AN ADDRESS BY PRINCIPAL W. L. GRANT February 9, 1933 LIEUT.-COLONEL GEORGE A. DREW, the President, introduced the speaker. PRINCIPAL GRANT: Mr. President and Gentlemen: To address The Empire Club of Toronto and the even larger audience...
Great Britain--Progress and Prospects 
Text  Clark, Sir William, Great Britain--Progress and Prospects, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 2 Feb 1933, 41-55  ... GREAT BRITAIN--PROGRESS AND PROSPECTS AN ADDRESS BY SIR WILLIAM CLARK February 2, 1933 LIEUT.-COLONEL GEORGE A. DREW, the President introduced the speaker. SIR WILLIAM CLARK: A holiday is a very enjoyable affair, but it is also a real pleasure to be back in Canada once again and once...
A Habitant Looks Over Canada 
Text  Bouchard, Georges, A Habitant Looks Over Canada, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 5 Oct 1933, 251-264  ... A HABITANT LOOKS OVER CANADA AN ADDRESS BY GEORGES BOUCHARD, M.P. October 5, 1933 MAJOR JAMES BAXTER, the President introduced the speaker. MR. GEORGES BOUCHARD: Mr. Chairman, my Colleagues, Guests and Members of the Empire Club: To any student of Canadian records there is no city with a...
The Spirit of the Pioneers Today 
Text  Owen, The Right Reverend Derwyn T., The Spirit of the Pioneers Today, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 9 Mar 1933, 108-117  ... THE SPIRIT OF THE PIONEERS TODAY AN ADDRESS BY THE RIGHT REVEREND DERWYN T. OWEN, BISHOP OF TORONTO. March 9, 1933 LIEUT.-COLONEL GEORGE A. DREW, the President, introduced the speaker. THE RIGHT REVEREND DERWYN T. OWEN: Mr. President and Gentlemen of the Empire Club: I have been a very...
An Address by Mr. Arthur Crock 
Text  Crock, Arthur, An Address by Mr. Arthur Crock, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 2 Nov 1933, 306-317  ... AN ADDRESS BY MR. ARTHUR CROCK, CHIEF OF THE WASHINGTON BUREAU OF THE NEW YORK TIMES November 2, 1933 MR. CROCK was introduced by Major James Baxter, the President: MR. CROCK: It would be no disparagement of the excellence of Canada's newspapers or the intelligence of its citizens...
Must Municipalities Muddle Along? 
Text  Brittain, Horace L., Must Municipalities Muddle Along?, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 16 Mar 1933, 118-128  ... MUST MUNICIPALITIES MUDDLE ALONG? AN ADDRESS BY MR. HORACE L. BRITTAIN March 16th, 1933 LIEUT.-COLONEL GEORGE A. DREW, the President introduced the speaker. MR. BRITTAIN:--When Col. Drew asked me whether I would speak to our Club on municipal matters I responded, not with alacrity...
An Address By The Right Honourable Lord MacMillan 
Text  MacMillan, The Right Honourable Lord, An Address By The Right Honourable Lord MacMillan, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 11 Sep 1933, 196-205  ... AN ADDRESS BY THE RIGHT HONOURABLE LORD MACMILLAN September 11, 1933 At a special joint meeting of the Empire Club and the Canadian Club, the guest speaker was the Rt. Hon,. Lord MacMillan. Lard MacMillan was introduced by the President of the Canadian Club, Mr. Harry Sifton. THE RT. HON...
The Mining Riddle of the Canadian Northwest 
Text  Drew, Colonel George A., The Mining Riddle of the Canadian Northwest, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 12 Oct 1933, 265-281  ... THE MINING RIDDLE OF THE CANADIAN NORTHWEST AN ADDRESS BY COLONEL GEORGE A. DREW, K.C. October 12, 1933 COLONEL DREW was introduced by the President, MAJOR BAXTER. COLONEL DREW: Mr. Chairman and Members of The Empire Club: I speak to you today with somewhat mixed emotions. I am flattered...
The British Empire and the World Crisis 
Text  Coupland, Professor Reginald, The British Empire and the World Crisis, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 13 Apr 1933, 166-175  ... THE BRITISH EMPIRE AND THE WORLD CRISIS AN ADDRESS BY PROFESSOR REGINALD COUPLAND, C.I.E. April 13, 1933 LIEUT.-COLONEL GEORGE A. DREW, the President, introduced the speaker. PROFESSOR COUPLAND: Mr. Chairman, Gentlemen: It is with very great diffidence that I address this audience. I...
An Address by Mr. A.J. Adams 
Text  Adams, A.J., An Address by Mr. A.J. Adams, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 18 Oct 1933, 282-291  ... AN ADDRESS BY MR. A. J. ADAMS, THE VERGER OF WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL October 18, 1933 MR. ADAMS was introduced by Major Baxter, the President. MR. J. C. ADAMS: Mr. President, Gentlemen of The Empire Club of Canada: It is to me, and I might say to my old city of Winchester, a great honour...
The Commonwealth as Educator 
Text  Clarke, Prof. F., The Commonwealth as Educator, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 16 Nov 1933, 329-342  ... THE COMMONWEALTH AS EDUCATOR AN, ADDRESS BY PROF. F. CLARKE, M.A. (OXON.) November 16, 1933 PROFESSOR CLARKE was introduced by MAJOR BAXTER, the President of The Empire Club. PROFESSOR CLARKE: Mr. President and Gentlemen I came to Toronto for the responsible and somewhat onerous duty...
The Past and the Present 
Text  Guedella, Philip, The Past and the Present, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 18 May 1933, 184-195  ... THE PAST AND THE PRESENT AN ADDRESS BY MR. PHILIP GUEDELLA May 18, 1933. LIEUT.-COLONEL GEORGE A. DREW, the President introduced the speaker. MR. GUEDELLA: Mr. Chairman, My Lord and Gentlemen: Let me add to the kind remarks of my introducer, that today's gathering will, I hope...
This Planning Business 
Text  Moore, W.H., This Planning Business, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 23 Nov 1933, 343-351  ... THIS PLANNING BUSINESS AN ADDRESS By MR. W. H. MOORE, M.P. November 23, 1933 MR. MOORE was introduced by Major Baxter, the President. MR. MOORS: Mr. President and Gentlemen: The way of public life has its difficulties. Your President has referred to my little book which I wrote and which...
Change Or Decay 
Text  Stanley, Dr. Carleton, Change Or Decay, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 9 Nov 1933, 318-328  ... CHANGE OR DECAY AN ADDRESS BY DR. CARLETON STANLEY, PRESIDENT OF DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY November 9, 1933 Before introducing Dr. Stanley, the President of The Empire Club, Major Baxter, on behalf of the Empire Club presented Dr. Albert Ham, a former President of the Club, with a silver salver...
Russia 
Text  Ketchum, Carl J., Russia, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 30 Nov 1933, 352-366  ... RUSSIA AN ADDRESS BY MR. CARL J. KETCHUM, M.C. November 30, 1933 Before introducing Mr. Ketchum, Major Baxter, the President, paid tribute to the late Sir Arthur Currie whose death had been announced in the morning papers. MR. KETCHUM: Mr. Chairman, Members of The Empire Club: I believe...
Disarmament 
Text  Dupre, Maurice, Disarmament, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 12 Jan 1933, 1-14  ... DISARMAMENT AN ADDRESS BY THE HONOURABLE MAURICE DUPRE January 12, 1933 LIEUT.-COLONEL GEORGE A. DREW, the President, introduced the speaker. MR. DUPRE:--Mr. President, Gentlemen: I must confess that I feel rather awkward and nervous-I, from the Province of Quebec, coming here to address...
The Riddle of the Depression 
Text  Leacock, Professor Stephen, The Riddle of the Depression, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 16 Feb 1933, 70-83  ... THE RIDDLE OF THE DEPRESSION AN ADDRESS By PROFESSOR STEPHEN LEACOCK February 16, 1933 LIEUT.-COLONEL GEORGE A. DREW, President introduced the speaker. PROFESSOR LEACOCK : Colonel Drew, Members of the Club: When I look around at this gathering and understand that there are more...
An Address by Sir Malcolm Campbell 
Text  Campbell, Sir Malcolm, An Address by Sir Malcolm Campbell, The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada : The Empire Club of Canada, 1934), 28 Feb 1933, 97-107  ... AN ADDRESS BY SIR MALCOLM CAMPBELL February 28, 1933 LIEUT.-COLONEL GEORGE A. DREW, the President, introduced the speaker. SIR MALCOLM CAMPBELL: Mr. Chairman, Mr. McCrea and Mr. Mayor: Words fail me when I endeavour to express my very deep appreciation of the wonderful reception which has...
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