Nov. 5, 1917
I got three letters addressed to A.P.O London and 2 cards addressed to "D" Bty. Iam very glad that you are going to be settled at Auntie May's I think I must have lost all the letters between No 3& the cards.
They may turn up. I wish you would send me the negatives of those snaps which you sent in one letter. I lost a box here at the P.O. It came to "A" Battery but was lost track of. If you know where it came from please let me know. Iam enclosing two Xmas cards which I wish you would send to anybody that I usually send cards to in the United States. I'll send them myself to Canada people in Canada.
There is a rumor that all men under 19 years are to be transferred to the A. medical corps. The thought of it almost makes me sick. If I do go I almost think I'll try for infantry. Infantry isn't as bad as its painted. I've seen quite a lot of it here at Witley and a fellow taught the most in the Infantry. But I hope it is not true but I doubt it.
Iam enclosing a letter which I wrote to Mrs.Colpitt about 2 months ago but I cant think of her initial Will you fill in the initials and mail it to her.
The mail I got certainly did look good. I got one from Don Wilson, Herm Mahon and Cyril Elliot.
This letter is written in a hurry and is very short but I will write again in a few days when I get more time. Write me at "E" Battery Perhaps I had better give you my address.
1258204 Gnr L J Weeks