In England this scandalous story has lately spread: "At the War Office they know who the Unknown Soldier is. They've known it all along!"

If "they" know, the Rev. G. Kendall knows. He was Senior Chaplain of His Majesty's 63rd naval division during the War. He brought Britain's officially nameless hero home.

"He is absolutely unknown!" said Mr. Kendall with some heat last week.

To hardboiled, suspicious newshawks, the clergyman explained. He said that near Ypres, Arras, Cambrai, on the Marne and "in two other salients" a total of six shell-torn and unrecognizable bodies...

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