CANADA: Premier v. Pulpster

Slim, aristocratic Louis Alexandré Taschereau, Premier of Quebec, and bluff, jovial George Howard Ferguson, Premier of Ontario, met in Montreal last week to talk about the price of paper. For Canada the occasion was vital. Of all Canadian industries, largest and most important is the manufacture of cheap, impermanent newsprint for U. S. dailies.

Trees to make this paper grow for the most part on Crown land, land technically belonging to King George, but whose administration and revenue are in the hands of the provincial...

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