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THE DIGNITY OF KHAKI FOR- MUNITION MANUFACTURERS. The time has come, not only for the combined effort of the whole nation to be put forward to accomplish in the huge task be- fore us, but for the absolute fusion of the manufacturing and fighting armies. Time and again we have referred to the great part played by the engineer in war, particularly in this world's war, and the full realisation of the part the engineering worker must take can only be brought home convincingly if he is either volun- tarily, or compulsorily, made a unit in the Army. This is desir- able primarily to make clear to everyone that all war-workers— the man forging shells at the press and his mate turning the shells, the worker closing the rivets on the hull of a ship of war and the youth blading the turbines to drive that ship of war, the shoemaker preparing boots for the troops and the wool-weaver manufacturing the khaki—are each as indispensable to the achievement of victory as the man behind the gun or the soldier in the trenches. If thus the whole army of workers were en- listed in the forces of the Crown each would carry the garb and badge of service too King and country and might come to realise the patriotism involved in his work. He might even rise to a conception of the honour of maintaining the traditions of the country. We would have the responsible officers of trade unions in khaxi as supernumer- aries of the manufacturing army. Foremen, under-managers, man- agers, and works directors would be officers, with trained officers in each district to enforce discip- line. By the great majority of workers in every department of activity, and by many of the executive officers of trade unions, such an arrangement would be regarded as an honourable dis- tinction. We have in mind the splendid work being done, for instance, in Sheffield and Bir- mingham in connection with shells. There is, too, the example of the dockyard men, who are Government servants, although they do not wear the uniform.
OVERWORK AND WORRY DRIVE A HARD BARGAIN. It does'nt pay to defy nature's laws. We all need peaceof mind, rest, outdoor exercise and eight hours sleep to keep well. We must not overeat, nor drink much, unless it be milk or water. These aro both good and should be free- ly used. Anything bad leads to trouble. Bad habits are no exception. Careless living and overeating are among the worst—they help !oad the blood with Uric Acid poisons. The kidneys act as safety valves, filtering the blood and passing off the poisons, but they are bound to weaken under any long con- tinued strain, and once they falter, you feel dull, tired and nervons. Your back aches, you lose weight, you have head- aches, dizzy spells and urinary disorders. The first thing to do is to get back to simpe sensible habits. Eat less, sleep more and be careful what you drink. But you must also help the weakened kidneys. You can rely on Doan's Back- ache Kidney Pills for this help. They are a special medicine for the kidneys and bladder only. That is why so many in Baimouth recommend Doan's. All dealers, or 2j9 a box, G boxes 18j9, from Foster McClell-an Co., 8, Wells Street, Oxford Street, London, W.
HOW TO SEND PRISONERS BREAD "Bread, which is the article most fre- quently asked for and most appreciated by British prisoners in Germany, is sometimes even before it leaves England in bad condition, and delays on the „ journey make it uneatabe before it reaches the prisoners. Those sending breadstuffs are asked to take special care in preparation and packing. Bread should be very well baked. It should not be packed in tins, but carefully wrapped in paper, grease proof if possible, then placed in corru- gated cardboard or stout cardboard boxes. Under the best conditions in- takes from ten days to three weeks for parcels to reach ^prisoners of war in Germany, and in most cases parcel post packages arrive more rapidly than par. eels by other agencies.
Ale AsqLiith, in refusing to suspend the Bank Holiday Act, said in Parliament on Monday tbab holidays are necessary fo workmen to prevent further strain.