A STAFF OFFICER said: “There is more to modern army organization than the average citizen knows anything about.” It is forbidden to quote even staff officers directly by name. This gentleman, a veteran of the 1914-18 fracas, with better than half a dozen medal ribbons sewn across the left breast of his tunic, is an engineer in civil life.By FREDERICK EDWARDS17 min
SOUP is one of those universal dishes. You meet it in any or every country —and what’s more, you’re always glad when you do. It comes to the tables of the world in many forms and in distinctive flavors— consommé and bouillon which serve an introductory purpose, creamy varieties which provide considerable nourishment, meaty soups and fish or vegetable chowders which are almost a whole meal in themselves.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL9 min
WE MUST win the war; nothing else matters; let us get on with the war—such statements are far from true and may easily be used to cloak practices inimical to the general welfare. War objectives, war policies, war appointments, war profiteering, war financing, decent living standards for our people and the retention of our hard-won liberties—these do matter.By J. S. WOODSWORTH9 min
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