AT a girls’ summer vacation camp along the wooded shore of a lake, the girls, dressed in the most appropriate kind of out-door clothes, were trying to gather from the sun and the air and the water, the reserve force necessary for the next year’s work.
WHILE there has been a tendency for months past for constructive plans in business circles to await the long-expected and long-deferred decline in commodity prices, the stock market has sailed gaily on. For those who, rightly, look upon this market as one of the most reliable symptoms in a diagnosis of business, the steady upward movement of securities has provided cheering grounds for confidence.By H. H. BLACK, Montreal Editor The Financial Post.7 min
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