FOR the first time since the war began, those of us who have based our conclusions on ordinary business common sense and experience are optimistic on the outlook. For the first time it looks as if our British campaign method was to fight intelligently and not to muddle through.By Lieut.-Col. J. B. Maclean17 min
THIS year, as never before, every household in Canada should put up such a supply of canned foods as will prepare it for any emergency next winter. Many homes have made voluntary attempts at saving the staple foods required for export, but in the aggregate this saving has not.
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