It took a British colonel to discover that the laundry for five metropolitan hospitals of Boston could be done by one set of machinery at one place and at a great saving to the institutions. The late Colonel A.W. Smith, a graduate of Sandhurst and the author of books and stories published by theATLANTICwas responsible for this achievement. How he succeeded is described byJ. A. MAXTONE GRAHAM,a Scottish writer and farmer, and the son of Jan Struthers.