Canada: THE DOMINION: Preventive Medicine

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One day last week a reporter went to call on Canada's Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King at his three-story brick house at 335 Laurier Ave. East, Ottawa. The housekeeper took him to the tiny elevator, pushed the button for the third floor.

At a desk in an alcove of his book-lined study sat the Prime Minister. There was a large bouquet of red roses in front of him. Two feet away, where Mr. King could see it with the slightest turn of his head, hung a portrait of the Prime Minister's...

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