"BEEN Overseas?" "Yes." "Just returned? "Yes." The above conversation took place some few months back in the night train from Montreal to Toronto between a gentleman about fifty and my humble self. I was a casualty from the front and had journeyed up from St. Johns the day previously, after having spent twenty-eight days at sea on board S.S.By Lieut. C. W. Tilbrook31 min
A DEPUTATION filed into Sir Robert Borden’s office with faces that were long and lugubrious. As they were all newspapermen, this was distinctly unusual. But shortly afterwards they filed out again and this time they beamed with smiles. They had made a request, even a demand, and the premier had seen eye to eye with them; at any rate, he had not said them nay.By One of the Uplifted16 min
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