SEEING how many unstable ex-soldiers came to our Lodge of Instruction attached to Faith and Works E. C.5837*) in the Autumn of 19, the wonder is that there was not more trouble from Brethern whom sudden meetings with old comrades jerked back into their still raw past.By RUDYARD KIPLING25 min
AT THAT bend of the river St. Lawrence, where you leave Lake St. Frances and dip down the chain of rapids to overcome which the Soulanges canal was dug, is Coteau Landing. Its whitewashed cottages set it apart from neighboring Ontario towns as characteristically French-Canadian.By J. HERBERT HODGINS16 min
Question—Do you consider the Ontario Equitable Life and Accident Insurance Company a good investment for fair returns? How soon do you think they will be paying dividends? Any information concerning this company will be appreciated.—W. G. W., St.John, N, B.
AS WE approach the autumn season there are two influences of prime importance bearing upon the business outlook, the crop out-turn and the imminence of a considerable government loan. All eyes just now are on the western cereal harvest, in fact, a London cable impresses that “Canada has become the centre of interest in the wheat market of the world.”By J. HERBERT HODGINS8 min
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