JIMS tried the door of the blue room. Yes, it was locked. He had hoped Aunt Augusta might have forgotten to lock it; but when did Aunt Augusta forget anything? Except, perhaps, that little boys were not born grown-ups— and that was something she never remembered.By L. M. Montgomery28 min
TERRY: O’ROURKE leaned heavily against the rails of the race-course, near the Judge’s box. The last race was over and the crowd that had thronged the track was fast melting away. Terry felt that in about ten years he might come round sufficiently to be able to crawl to the cars.By A. C. Allenson25 min
THERE can now be no doubt. Something is radically wrong in the British army. Since the outbreak of the war nearly all our great tactical moves have been failures or only partially successful and the waste of lives and material has been appalling.By John Bayne Maclean22 min
ALTHOUGH no Canadian battalions have taken part in the Mesopotamian Campaign, the Dominion has earned its share of the credit for the successful outcome of the rive on Baghdad. Many Canadians figured in the campaign. There were about sixty in the medical corps, perhaps an equal number in the various branches of the engineering service—and the capture of Baghdad was an engineering feat in the final analysis—and quite a number of Canadian girls serving as nurses.By William Byron20 min
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