FOR seven years in these London Letters we have shared experiences and thoughts, and therefore I feel that it would not be candid if I did not write today what is uppermost in my mind. It is a strange story and not an exciting one, and if, by necessity, it is personal I ask your indulgence in advance.
ROBERT J. Filberg is one of the toughest, ablest logging bosses in the British Empire’s greatest timber industry, centred on the coast of British Columbia. Miss Wilma Wark is a farm girl on Lulu Island, outside Vancouver. While their lives are worlds apart they face a common problem and have solved it in their own ways.
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