CANADA: Dominion Notes

His Majesty's Governor General, slender, serene, punctilious Viscount Willingdon, began last week to enjoy a brief spring holiday on the Pacific coast of Canada, some 2,200 miles from Ottawa, his Capitol.

Traveling by special train, yet with studied informality, Lord and Lady Willingdon arranged to receive, when they reached Vancouver last week, merely a simple greeting from Mayor Louis Taylor instead of an expensive formal welcome. Further to spare Vancouver all expense, they slept each night aboard their train.

Filibustering in the Dominion Parliament at Ottawa defeated for the time being, last week, a bill which would have empowered the (Canadian)...

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