ON a lane that projects through the countryside from Broadway to Sixth Avenue there is a club, and across the lane from the club there is a theatre. The night we are interested in it was raining little tigers. The play was over and the people had all gone except a well-dressed girl.By W. A. Fraser21 min
CONSCRIPTION is not a novelty in Quebec. French-Canadian conscripts helped in 1775 to save Canada for the British, and Quebec for the Roman Catholic Church and French language. The occurrences then are being repeated, almost exactly, in these days; excepting that then they had real wartime conscription.By John Bayne Maclean11 min
THIS is the farmer’s year of the war. The crop reports carry a message of as keen national interest as the war bulletins. The allied armies are facing a shortage of 400,000,000 bushels of grain; a meat shortage equal to 120,000,000 animals.By Ethel M. Chapman10 min
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