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A TREASON-MONGER.

CANADIAN JOURNALIST’S EFFUSION. RAISES STORM OF PROTEST. Press Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. OTTAWA, January 15. (Received January 16, at 2.25 p.m.) Henri Bourassa, politician and editor of ‘Le Devoir,’ blames tho Dreadnought Trust and the British Yellow Press for the present war. Canadians, ho taid, were really in tho position of tho American slaves., except that the negroes were fed by their masters. It was folly to talk of suppressing German militarism until British navalism was also destroyed. Canada ought to keep clear of wars. He would rather hear the* German yoke; it was no heavier than the English. The whole Press of. Canada denounces Bourassa as a treason-monger, suggesting that lie has been bought by German money.

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A TREASON-MONGER., Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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A TREASON-MONGER. Issue 15702, 16 January 1915

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