LENIX BALLISTER, having finished his breakfast of personally prepared bacon, toast and green tea, wiped his greasy black chin on a checkered sleeve and pushed back his chair without noise. Noise was all right in its place, at a picnic, election or first of July celebration for instance, but there were times when the absence of sound was to be preferred.By Archie P. McKishnie28 min
In last issue we printed a letter from a prominent Canadian commanding officer in France—one of a number we have received expressing approval and thanks to Colonel Maclean for publishing the series of articles giving the Canadian people the real facts about the war situation.By Lieut.-Colonel J. B. Maclean23 min
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