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LUDENDORFF'S CONFESSION.

LUDENDORFF'S CONFESSION.

" Ludendorff's references to German enemy propaganda are generally in terms of disgust. He considered it rendered Germany no service. " Our political aims and decisions, issued .to the world as sudden surprises, often seemed to be merely brutal and violent. This could have been
October 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
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March 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
ASSOCIATION AREAS.

ASSOCIATION AREAS.

That is to say, in our everyday life hand and eye, and other parts of the body, have to work together. In order to write these words the writer had to use FIG. 2.—The left half of the brain, showing how the various parts • are " associated " by means of fibres. A—the band which
March 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
ATTENDANCES AND RECEIPTS AT THE GAMES.—The following figures show the enormous public interest taken in the English Cup-ties : Receipts

ATTENDANCES AND RECEIPTS AT THE GAMES.—The following figures show the enormous public interest taken in the English Cup-ties : Receipts

Attendance. Liverpool v. Birmingham ... 50,000 £3,194 Chelsea v. Leicester City ... 40,000 £3,300 Bristol City v. Cardiff City ... 32,500 £3,557 Aston Villa v. Sunderland ... 31,700 £4,404 Tottenham H. v. West Ham U. 47,600 £3,670 Notts Coun,ty v. Bradford ... 30,000 £2,484 Hudd
March 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
The Royal Army Temperance Association. (UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE ARMY COUNCIL.) On management of the Association

The Royal Army Temperance Association. (UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE ARMY COUNCIL.) On management of the Association

vested in a Council, consisting of 45 members, one-third of whom are appointed by the Army C .,..c 3 tincil, The National Temperance League, and the Church of England Temperance Society. he C ounc il appoint an Executive Committee of 15 of their number, who are responsible for t
July 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
SOLUTION TO PROBLEM No. 25.

SOLUTION TO PROBLEM No. 25.

A- 2 6 24-28 10 15 20 16 31 27 25-30 15 19 25-22 28-32 W. 6 10 30-25 (A) 2 7, 24-19, Drawn. GAME No. 32.—OPENING No. 2. By Mr. J. ALEXANDER, Birmingham. 12-16 22 17 16-19 24 15 2-10-19 23 16 11-20 25 22 7-10 22 18 10-15 18 11 8-15 26 23 4- 8 29 . 25 8-11 25 22 6-10 17 13 .9-14 1
April 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
CANADA.

CANADA.

"I have never heard a Finance Minister of Canada, or an ex-Finance Minister, either in or out of . Parliament, yet deplore the disappearance of the former revenue from liquor. For we have learned that it is a dear way—a very dear way—to produce a revenue, when you destroy the re
August 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
PROHIBITION IN ENGLAND.

PROHIBITION IN ENGLAND.

In the years of murrain and famine during the reign of Edward 111, when the poor stole " fatte dogges to eat, when thieves that were in prison did pluck in pieces those that were newly brought amongst them, and greedily devoured them half alive." then (says the "Daily Chronicle,
August 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
The Royal Army Temperance Association. UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE ARMY COUNCIL.)

The Royal Army Temperance Association. UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE ARMY COUNCIL.)

Che Management of the Association I s vested in a Council, consisting of 45 members, one-third of whom are appointed by the Army I. , C c>uncil, The National Temperance League, and the Church of England Temperance Society. he Council appoint an Executive Committee of 15 of their
May 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England
 
"THE NEEDS OF TO-DAY."

"THE NEEDS OF TO-DAY."

\ly DEAR COMRADES, My first duty this month is to thank all those who have written, and spoken to me about the decision Which was notified last month. Quite frankly, when I took over the work in 1918 I had no idea how disastrously the War had affected the Association. We have ha
July 1, 1920 - On the March - London, London, England