THE late afternoon shadows lay on the close-cropped lawn which stretched down to the road from the “old Aspinwall place.” The long, graceful arms of the elm trees trembled slightly in warm currents of air. Bright flowers twinkled on the borders of the garden.By MARTHA BANNING THOMAS33 min
THE Canadian stock markets have passed through a protracted period of drought. After months of depression and comparative inactivity, extending from midwinter to long past midsummer, the markets are at last displaying some signs of reviving vitality, but so far the old-time spontaneity and uniformity of movement are lacking.By A. W. BLUE9 min
Question—I would greatly appreciate any information you are able to give me about the De Havilland Aircraft of Canada, Ltd.—A.I.O., Toronto. Answer—The De Havilland Aircraft of Canada, Ltd., will work closely with the De Havilland Co. of England. It has taken over a 70-acre aerodrome on which it is purposed building a plant to manufacture planes. The head office is in Toronto, and the officers and directors are as follows: R. A. Loador, General Manager and Managing Director; Wm. Zimmerman, Secretary; W. R. Parker, K.C.; J. H. Black and A. S. Butler, Chairmen of the Board.
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