RECENTLY there was well-defined movement on foot to shanghai a selected group of writers and imprison them in a Pullman car. Once safely stowed away, they were to be carried into the great north, there to live and learn. This, at least, was the general scheme, as outlined in the lobby of a Sudbury hotel by an exasperated citizen of Iroquois Falls, Ontario.By JAMES A. COWAN19 min
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