Tuesday, April 2, 1912 The Globe (Toronto) Page 11

C.N.R. plans for London.

Col. Davidson of Montréal pays short visit to the city.

Special Despatch to The Globe.

London, Ont., April 1.—Interest in the prospective extension of the Canadian Northern Railway to London was revived today by the visit of Col. Davidson of Montréal. He was here but a few hours, calling on Mr. George T. Brown and Ald. Ashplant. As he has handled some big land deals for the Canadian Northern in other cities. It is possible that he will shortly do some buying here. At present the company's plans are not matured, though it is admitted that it is only a matter of time before the Canadian Northern Railway will make a proposition to the city.

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