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Frederick Tregillus Letters from the Cariboo Boys


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clothes and they couldn't issue us clothes without our papers. Our pay was going on tho' and we thot everything fake but the worst was yet to come. We had been in uniform about two weeks and was just getting well acquainted with the boys, when the boom fell. Monday was a medical exam for an overseas draft and w were in on it, we both passed OK. All day Tuesday was put in, in the form of pay day and returning our Depot Camp paraphernelia and in getting our Overseas kit. Some day. By far the most strenuous we have had since joining up. It was a case of stand around and wait all day. Everything from paying down to giving out kits is on in Alpha-betical order and the man with an name like Abbett or Adams is in luck while the poor stiff with a monaker like Thompson or Young is out of luck. As soon as one man is payed