NO PASSENGER train ran on this branch line through the woods country on Tuesdays. Which explains, in a way, why Steve Bergan, steel trouble-shooter for McKechnie Tool Steel Company, was the solitary ticket passenger on the caboose creaking along at the tail of a freight.By RAY MILLHOLLAND27 min
NINETEEN YEARS ago, calm succeeded storm and peace descended on a world which for four years and four months had been torn by strife and destruction. On November 11, Remembrance Day orators, from platforms, pulpits and the steps of war memorials, will be sending forth their yearly challenges to the Canadian people to keep faith with those who died and those who suffered in the greatest of all the Empire’s wars.By M. McINTYRE HOOD12 min
THE CAPITAL of France is Paris. Therefore the French Parliament competes for tourist interest with the Rue de Tokio, the Bourse, the newspaper kiosks, the Folies Bergère and the traffic. The capital of Great Britain is London. Therefore the British Parliament competes with the National Gallery, the British Museum, the Thames by moonlight, the Strand, St, Paul’s and the Horse Guards.
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