His name was somewhat confusing. It might be either French or English, according to the twist that was given to its pronunciation.and Three-Ace Artie could give it either twist with equal facility. He confessed to being a Canadian.which was the only confession of any nature whatsoever that Three-Ace Artie had ever been known to make. He spoke English in a manner that left no doubt in the world but that it was his native language.except in the mind of Canuck John, the only French Canadian in the camp, who was equally positive that in the person of Three-Ace Artie he had unquestionably found a compatriot born to the French tongue.
The Sin That Was His
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