The British Prisoner of War, Volume I No. 3, March 1918

THE BRITISH PRISONER OP WAR. Advertisements No Prisoners of War Parcel complete FROM SIN BETS LIST without A POT OF MARMITE. New Fiction A MARRYING MAN WISE COOKS USE By G. B. Stern Author of “Grand Chain ,”“Two sand Threes ”etc. MARMITE THE RETURN OF THE SOLDIER By Rebecca West 4/6 net. (Shortly) (THE PURE VEGETABLE EXTRACT) The Cheeriest Book o f the Year. Invaluable in the preparation of SOUPS STEWS SAUCES GRAVIES &c.// MARMITE is absolutely pure. Is an invaluable Pick-me-up. Strengthens as well as stimulates. (.Fourth large Impression) Mr. CLEMENT SHORT ERin the Sphere says :Is easily digested and economical. “Great fun The best first book of the year.” Is recommended by medical profession. Books by the rev. canon burroughs The Lancet says :—“This entirely vegetable extract A FAITH FOR THE FIRING LINE possesses the same nutrient value as a well prepared (10th Thousand) 8d. net. meat extract.” THE FIGHT FOR THE FUTURE (llth Thousand) 1/3 net. Mar mite Food Extract C o .Ltd .Messrs. NISBET will be particularly glad 59 EASTCHEAP LONDON E.C. to consider for publication any work written or illustrated by prisoners of war.¦¦¦ i 2 2 BERN ER STREETS LON DON W .l. W H Something Really Good! “HARRIS” DAINTIES IN TINS P R E PARED BY C H A S.&T HOS .HARRIS &CO LTD .CAL N E WILTS. Curers o f RITAIN’S EST ACON . O V N/.(D HARRIS Registered Marks. Established 1770. Endurance i-Cy O C O A is the finest beverage obtainable for those who have to strive &endure at home or abroad. With Vi-Cocoa for break­fast and supper nothing is too arduous the most try­ing conditions are lived through and effort is maintained without de­pression or fatigue. Try Vi-Cocoa yourself and pur some in your next parcel to the boys. MADE AT DELECTALAND. The Food Beverage o f the People. THEW A T FORD MFG. CO LTD. Proprietors. Printsd by The Abbey Press 32-34 Gt. Peter St. London S.W .i for the British Prisoners of War Committee and Published by N is bet &Co. Ltd 2 . Berners St. Lcndon W j
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