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schools,"' the report states, "all the
work we offer is included in their
curricula. In addition, they include
brass finishers' work, tinsmith work,
mining, motor car engineering, plas
ter work, upholstery, wood carving,
coach trimming, bread baking, tailor
work, flour millers' work, forestry,
ambulance work and nursing.
"In the trade schools, in addition
to the courses we offer, they have
courses in baking and confectionery,
carriage and motor building, hair-
dressing, professional cookery pro
fessional waiting, jewelry and en
graving, tailoring and metal trades.
"Everywhere fees are charged for
training. In London it costs almost
seven times as much to learn to be
come a chef as to become a waiter."
NO SPIES IN BRITAIN SHOT
London. In- the House of Com
mons it was declared that no spies
had been shot in the United Kingdom
since the war began.
HOW ENGLAND KEEPS GERMAN PRISONERS
Photograph of the camp at Camberley, Eng., where 850 German tars,
captured at the sea battle of Heligoland, are confined. The wire entangle
ments are charged with electricity, inside the prisoners are allowed to do
about as they gleasa so long as they are" orderly.