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1 Pnnnve MEneroDurr LEADER, No combo 10, 192f. The Cll of Afric. By Rev. C. P. Groves, B.D. Primitive Methodist Leder No Old BorNo, No Now Elor LONDON : THURSDAY, NOV. 10, m.o..., PRICE 2d, Just Out. Sure Plese. 1,1.3. ORC N VOLENTANIRS. 211, Pmt Free. Fer New HUMOROUS DIALOGUES. dd. ech. T'"'ClITIftTTIrfrfLIVIltilVVr Sd. ech. Children's Operette, OTTE THE RAINBOW. Hun, 2/- Seven New 3d, Also Two Boob, ech contining TWELVE OLD TRADITIONAL CARO., including ,1," Smples of ll, except Orgn Volontlics,!supplied t Hlf Price introduce JOHN BLACKBURN, LTD., 188, Crdign Rod, LEEDS. Qulity nd Flvour^ In These Hrd Times The Bible Society is in serious strits. While demnds on its resources constntly increse, pro duction of Its books hs become lrmingly expensive. Its huge populr editions now cost Society three or four times s much s y did before wr. This hs compelled Committee reluctntly increse prices chrged for most of books. Yet, in spite of increse, se books re entiling fr hevier loss thn y did in t4. Then, for instnce, chepest English Bible ws priced t 6d., nd involved loss of id.; dy, sme book is priced t 25., which mens loss of 6d. per copy. In se hrd times Bible Society is pssing through very severe finncil strin. The Committee must eir mterilly curtil its opertions, or y must t once lrgely increse its nnul income. Surely, in world full of evil nd misery nd confusion, this is not time for reducing circultion of Word of God. The Committee, refore, ernestly ppel ir friends everywhere join m in rising Society's income by 75,000 bove tht received lst yer. They hve fith tht lovers of Bible in ll lnds will unite in responding this ppel so tht Society be not hindered in providing Scriptures for those who need m -dy more thn ever. Send gift Secretries of British nd Foreign Bible Society, 146, Queen Vicri Street, London, E.C. 4. ST. 0E01843E,16 HALL, GRAND cfip 732,71 %%.E N T. LW! flrevrarv41`' s Commence Progrmme 9iepeeCe POSTERS (HANDWRITTEN) A Telling Disply, 8/. per BUI, poet pid Specil Prices forgztltles nd Contrct HUTSON. Dmigner nd Poster Writer, Andrew St Went Hrtlepool. IILIORIAL5 STAINED GLASS WINDOWS. TABLETS. - KRILL 4 IILLD.70 ALBION 51 LEM. KOURNYILLE COCOAZrdt. See nme "CADBURY". everyze: of Chocolt. The Cll of Afric. By REV. C. P. Aprt from our personl convenience re is no reson why we should work for Christ in Sheffield rr thn in Peking, sve ll-sufficient one tht Christ's orders re " Sheffield." But how cn we be sure of orders? Only by being sensitive ll qurters from winch y my come. We must be sensitive cll, not of industril Britin, but of world. It will never be possible compre ll sounds of nture, for simple reson tht our mechnism for hermg only permits us her sounds within definite limits. Any similr limittion of sensitiveness cll of Christ in world is selfimposed. The widening of our rnge of hermg for His cll by no mens crries with it thd logicl issue or morl 'obligtion n r4 okingr"lic: subrre'olf 'SlioteffiTIT but without wider rnge we cnnot even be sure of tht. It is object of this rticle ttempt mke little more rticulte cll from Afric. The fundmentl element in.11 of Afric Church is. cll of world world inclusive of Christendom, for s re is unity in needs of men re is unity in cll. There hs in recent y.rs been chnge of emphsis in two wys. In first plce, it hs been chnged from urgency of sving individul souls from future rment need for bringing in spirit of love dominte men's reltionships here nd now, tht is, need for lying foundtions of new society. The second chnge hs been from pinting of lurid pictures of cruelties nd morl iniquies of non-christin world pprecition of ltent excellencies of peoples not nominlly: Christin. Afedioevl enthusists, who deprecte individulism developed in modern times, profess see in fonner chnge revemion n tttier nd sounder stndrd of life ; if we cn recpture spirit tht in erlier dys mde whole of life, in ory t lest, subservient religious idels we cn be thnkful. This chnge involves definite formultion of needs of men ccording socil nd economic influences tht y set in motion nd which no turn y must submit. The second chnge is no less fundmentl : it mens tht nominlly Christin ntion is no longer plced on pinncle, but on sme pltform s or peoples, s for s its need is concerned. The interntionl events of recent yers hve clled ttention so mny pgn elements in our socil, industril nd interntionl reltionships tht hypocrisy of pinncle position needs little exposition. Any of which it my still stnd in need could be more thn supplied by converstion with non-christen foreign students studying in Christin country. Wth this chnge in our position, wht is chnge of outlook with respect t AN-ic? The chnge in emphsis from sving of indlyidul soul lying of foundtions GROVES, B.O. of new society- (nd ore need scrcely gurd brevity of sttement by pointing out tht this cnnot men ny neglect of individul soul, since without it re is no society, but Slvtion for it, notes mere individul but s n individul with reltionships, tht is, complete slvtion) brings in view mny fundmentl, socil nd economic problems. Three of se my be indicted. The first is probleno presented by chnges in structure of ntivo society. With disintegrtion of tribl structme comes spping of We foundtions of morlity s it hs existed mong primitive people. Vl'hen trditionl snctions re resnored, trditionl morlity will dispper. As wher this chnge is for better or for worse will depend on wher new nd more powerful snctions tke plce of old, or none t ll. The second problem is economic, but cnnot be excluded from purview of missionry if his messge is going possess relity tht comes from prctice. The dominnce of white rce in Afric hs rised econsfic issue. The desire for mteril profit ly behind scrmble for Afric, nd in seeking relise tht profit ques,ions of lnd confisction nd compulsory lbour hve risen. The recent protest of missionry leders in Keny Colony ginst certin Government instrctions for recruiting of lbour, nd revision of mndte for Tngnyik Terriry mke one or two elstic provisions sufficiently definite prevent buse, re exmples of Christin principle. being brought ber on this problem. The third exmple selected is problem tht rises in Afric through rcil contct. This hs two spects. There is host reltion of immigrnt or temporrily resident whites indigenous popultion. It is pelir privilege of missionry's position interpret rces ech or, nd through better understnding of ir respective positions void those rcil ntgonisms which re fruit of. prejudice tht concentrtes ttention on ccidentl diversity insted of essentil unity of humn beings of different physicl nd mentl colour. The second spect hs do with growing rcil consciousness of negro rce nd sense of solidrity tht is mking Americn nd Africn negro look more nd more one nor. The Mrcus Grvey movement is n indiction of wht this might become if left reckless negro elements. Mr. J. If, Oldhm hs recently clled ttention necessity of this contct tking plce not t lowest levels, s it will do if left itself, but t highest. It is prt of missionry problem develop high level mong Africn peoples t which tho contct my tke plce. The chnge in emphsis from delineting corser fetures of Estern or

2 714 THE PRIMITIVE METHODIST LEADER. NOVEMBER 16, 1921 'A fricn life.peeseneing tr. perepective of ntionl chrcter hs lso produced chnge,. outlook. For this chnge we cn be devoutly thnkful. It hs scrcely been in keeping with dignity of missionry lbour,, nb. spek of its incomptibility with mi.ienwry, mster-motive of lve; erricture people lent fortuntely plced thn ourselves, nd pint such picture of dily life, offensive greter refinement of -West, s would led self-righteous extension of ptronge inferior rces insted of shring of lose with brors in need. '10 pint only potentil excellen. ries of n undeveloped people wonld be eqully unfir ; it is blnced preven Lth:, tht is required. As this is secured new light is thrown on missionry tsk. It is discovered be When we contemplte present-dy problems in reltion " Trde," wo feel tht "y tht be for us re more thn thorn who re ginst us." Think, for instnce, of element cry of " Anti-wste " Retrenchment Economy! No lbel is embroiled so ffectiontely.dy by prospective I'rlimentry cndidtes like un tht of " Anti-wste." Tempernce workers hve lwys been " Antiwders," but ir cry seemed fll on def ers. We must, refore, clef ish both gun-brrels nd leerbrrels if we would truly nd justly economise. The estimted nnul chink bill of. United Kingdom ie epplling, nd positively wicked in se dys of dire distress. Some 470,000,000 nnully wsted! Over 9,00E1,000 weekly! An expenditure per hed of. popultion of 10 nd per dult of 21 yers nd upwrds (including bstiners) of 16 16s. per yer. We re spending shout five times more money on drink thn on eduction; nd some eighteen Limes more on drink m on pensions. Someone sid when dvocting. Stte purchse nd with n eye on profits tht we could drink ourselves in old ge pensions t 55, nd, we might odd, pensions would n be needed, if not erlier. For it would be like trying ct s your own undertker eve funerl expenses. Necessities should lwys come before luxuries. Indeed, luxuries cn only be justified if t ll t tht point when nd where necessities hve been righteously met. -Tlk of " Rtes "! Why, ll rtes for Englnd nd Wles, eduction rtes nd txes, pensions nd old-ge pensions, nd even bred mbsidy of 50 million pounds, could be more thn pid nt of item now wsted on drink. We cn lwys stnd FL high wter rte, if re ie low hoer-rte of expenditure. We re shouting ourselves thirsty ginst n inevitble rte of, soy, 10e., nd we re -trying quench this lie. thirst with 20c. drink. Al P. W. Wilson sttes tht prohibition in Americ hs ment "in fundmentl industries of country one dy. week sved both cpitl nd lbour; cpitl becuse of improved production of goods, tee lbour becuse of extr dy's py, wges being pid usully on piece rte system. Employers were united in verdict tht Prohibition lied ment greter output of geode, n incresed bundnce of commodities." The Bord of Eduction in its newly published syllboe sttes tht " Un- Bober ntions here compete with sober ntions." Then think of " Trde " in eelstion unemployment. Look t fbulous turnover of " Trde " in comprison with number employed! not bsorbing of or peoples in our ecclesisticl orgnistions end iming t bringing m up Our level s though we represented.nov cf development in ppliction of Chnietin principle. (both interntionl nd economic wr hve shttered or peoples' fith in us if y hve not shttered our own), but rr give Gospel nd n llow it develop in wys congenil ntionl nd rcil temperment nd environment. This mkes missionry tsk of much greeter difficulty nd of imins.urbly greter responsibility thn did oldi outlook. Much i.being written on this point t present time, so- it need not be eibortedl.re. The second rticle will der with qulifictions required for Africn service in view of tliis conception of cll of tht Continent. To-Dy's Biggest Problem. A CALL FOR ACTION. By SAMUEL ROWLEY. In United. Kingdom re ere bout 465,000 persons drwing wges or slries from drink trde, nd 33 per cent. of se employees re unmrried. Mr. Philip Snowden sttes tht " if sme mount of money were spent on bred nd clothing (s OR drink) it would employ eight times s mny workers, y would receive five.d hlf times s much wges, nd require eight times rw mteril." Therefore, pproximtely,. insted of hlf million, four million employees would be needed. Is this proposl not worthy of Cbinet's conidertion? In Americ three breweries hve been trnsformed -in fcries for furniture, tnning, boots. Previously 370 employees were engeged by breweries fter conversion, no fewer thn 4,700 persons were employed t useful productions. The mot of one firm is, " We used sell booze, but now we.11 shoes." Our friend grnd old mn of Gret Horn fme Mr. Joseph Wilson tells us of Brewery tht produced 660 worth of beer per week, for which 10 per week were pid fr wges or ten persons 1 ech. A mker of cshmere, would sell t tht sme period 440 pieces for ' 660, out of which 150 would be pid in wges 240 persons. Then, sys he, think of comfort, plesure nd beuty those 400 pieces would give 2,200 women! Furr, it hs been proved tht b-.nteeisrn in engineering works composed of teetllers is only hlf of 1 per cent. s ginst 10 per cent. in works where tl bstinence is not observed tht is, one her out of two hundred, s ginst twenty out of two hundied. Furr, queues of folk now welting et our Divorce Courts would lrgely be reduced, if not bolished, if drink were bolished! " Get rid of drink," sid Lord Mersey, President of Divorce Court, " nd doors of Divorce Court might lmost be closed;" There re time twenty-nine M.Ps. definitely ssocited with " Trde." These ought be ousted t next Election, rid replced, If we will, with thirty-nine P.M.'s. Every church should, refore, become, centre of light nd leding whose first wtchword should be " Locl option nd rel Tempernce Reform," nd tht before ny prty politics- Morl hones muet be fced, forced nd fought by God's people, who should remember tht " bttle is Lord's." Alcohol nd Brin Work. Ilhoms Hedy, novelist " I hve never found lcohol helpful novel westing wry. degree. My experience goes prove tht effect of wine, tken s preliminry imgintive work, is blind writer qulity of wb prod... rrtkur rise its qulity." The Rmblings of President. Wht is Ling-nee. of leverene I ll felt throlend glow of reveling pesence of Gd, nd. service hve severolttimee bum informed during closed, with veritble shout in reitenph this :week teen it in Rebell, nd tht it e wise s would be PAW precution begin - Lief. tvw'. er " Mine eye. hve seen ssiling of corning glorious nd lern it now. The evidence, how-. morn." X m sure re is spirit ever, is not very convincier. Anyhow, of nor Welsh, revivl, brod welch I hve deferred my study until I hve my brek forth t ny time, nd ought ll Eternity complete it, As I -be more wisely guided thn lst. New Tredegr is certinly redy, nd I booked et teenlift for Tredegr mn should not be surprised if during inuneditely in front of me turned end winter re is not gret ingring sid something me tht sounded like of souls. wter -tickling out of nrrow-necked. On Wednesdy I ws due t Nelson, bottle. I shook ny hed. '" Yon do nd ws gin delighted with congregtions which gred for ser- not comprehend," he sid in good mon nd lecture.. Hero we hve English. "You- re. be pitied." I betified church, nd re ppers ld, him he ws rr be envied, nd gret possibilities for this circuit, which he concurred. Some of lngrurge I finncilly is pssing through.very difficult time. On Thursdy, clns herd in trin s I trvelled down Pntlottyn ws certinly not tht of gred for Presidentil Conference Heven. Even inhbitnts of t Newport. Ors will tell of meetings, which throbbed nd glowed or plce might hve been shmed with spiritul power, for we spent this use it. At Pontlottyn I preched memorble dy in mountin-p experiences..my thnks re especilly due nd lectured on Sturdy efun congregtions. The Vicr presided t Vice-President nd Rev. Tolefree lecture, nd in nme of churches Prr for ir redy ssistnce. I hve gve me, welcome Vlley. It never herd eir of m, better dvntge. My brethren in eves very good time. We hve ministry gred iu splendid numbers, beutiful church, but it is bdly crcked nd grings were representtive by subsidence. of needy ll Churches in I rrived neer midnight t Crdiff, district. where I found my friend Rev. W. To Rev. J. Ff. Bedford, secretry, Overn witing me. At Mount Rev. W. Tothill, superintendent of Newport Circuit, nd Mr. J. Tbor I hd two excellent services on Youngs, of Crdiff, who preceded t Sundy, tlueconglegetin t night being, evening meeting, my thnks re due. I ws ld, ]rgent y lied seem fr I wit gld find tht my host, Mr. mny yets. A good pryer meeting Chrles, is be Myor of wn rounded off cly nd indicted tht this yer, nd tht myorl service is- be held. t Sttion-street on Sundy next. I hurried home London in in tlic church re is fine spiritul ne. On Mondy fternoon, by request, I met Methodist ministers of Lw.t.erril i Society...tt Mttiecol;roliitdr order lecture t FLorringrey for ir city for tlk n Methodist Union. The.Wesleyn Chirmen of District, Rev. C. Rickrd, presided over meeting, nd we hd very frnk tlk on subject. Here I found our own men nd United Methodists enthusi.tic for Union, but few of younger Wesleyn men hesitnt nd criticl. The " or side " certinly gel its chnce, but could dvnce nothing more substntil ginst proposls thn usul, tlk bout differences of tmosfrhere, divergent politicl views, et, et My reception ws very wrm nd curdled, end I think t lest scene mispprehensions were clered wy. At night - gret public, meeting ws held t Mount Tbor, presided over by Aldermn Bird (United Methodist), t which I- ws gin wek on subjecf Union. On pltform were e number of ministers or or Church., nd udience ws surprisingly lrge. The Chirmn. declred. himself convinced Unionit For nerly n hour I spoke =vrious spects of question, nd hod wry ttentive nd responsive udience. Revs. Rickrd, Pye, Rhodcl, Overn nd Aldermn Willows spoke fterwrds, nd one could not help but feel tht Union hd got decided push for Gret credit is due Rev. W. Ovexn for skill nd tbour he hd put in orgnistion of meeting. The choir rendered excellent service en Sundy nd Mondy-. On Tuesdy I preched nd lectured t New Tredegr snishingly lrge congregtions. In of ternoon body of fine church wes full, nd most of ministers of wn were present. In evening giii I hd Vicr fr chirmn. Both he nd Vicr of Pontlottyn mnifested most cordil nd brorly spirit, nd mde excellent chirmen, nd both re -.decidedly populr in ir severl prishes. Disestblishment seems bo hve brought Chunkget closer ger, nd loofness of former dys hs entirely disppered; There were wonderful mnifesttions of' Divine presence nd power in fternoot service, nd directly. sermon ws completed, ministn,rev. J. IL Itedterd, clled. people plyer nd. consecrtion. As lymn pryed we present, s chet evident pprecition of lecture. It ws good find tht this fine church ie flourishing under.mperintendency of Itev. J. Seinden. Clpn Mission. The Brookfield-rod Church, on Clpn Minion, ws well filled on Mondy evening; Ocber 31st The object of coting ws twofold.. First of ll receive nd nnounce reports of money-rising schemes defry cost of renovtion of church nd school premises. The cost of this ws just over fi80, nd Tresurer ws ble_ stte tht whle of mount hd be. rised. A sle of work, held month go, relised 50. This ws orgnised by Young Women's. Guild. The blnce ws rised by collecting crds, dontions nd collections. The second object of meeting ws bid frewell Miss C. Renwick, who, for over yer, hd worked s ngent on minion, giving specil ttention Brookfield-rod. Addresses wero given by Sttion Stewrd (M J. T. Jumper), nd Society stewrds of ech of three churchqp, lso by Revs. J. K. Ellwood nd H. G. Hide. All spoke. in very high terms of good nd effec. tive work tht Miss Renwick hd dons during her term on minion, nd regret ws expressed tht owing domestic resons she hd return her home. Miss Renwick ws recipient of mny presents, including dressing cse nd severl books of poems, etc. The meeting ws fine one, nd ws enhnced by sing., of Mdm Lily Peck, A.L.C.M., nt Mr. G. Gren.11. Miss Renwick thnked; friends fr ir kindly words nd gifts. Sprd Brook. "My experience since I becme tl bstiner.... I hve fennel myself ble work bebter. I bse e!greter commnd over ny powers possess. I cn mke vee of m When I plese. When 0 cll upon re y nswer, nd I need not wit for m be in humour..

3 NOYEMI3ER 10, 1$21 THE PRIMITIVE.METHODIST LEADER. 715 Womn's views The!women of.our Church will hvereceived with sin.rs regret news. f _ deth, fter long nd pinful illness, of Ldy Hbittion, nd much sympthy will be felt 'wrds 'herlienieved husbnd nd fmily. With 4. plce in her hert for ll movements tht tended uplift of humnity, She will he specilly remembered by her work in connection with Orphn Home. nd Women's Missionry Federtion. It ws fitting, tht Mrs. beefy, whose friendship she so much vlued nd whose efforts she hertily supported, should hve tken prt with locl nd representtive ministers in conducting funerl service: " There te things in most men's lives," wrote Jeromeflt..Jerome, "tht re betr forgotten." Them re things in ntion's life, he might hve dded, tht we should be t pins remember. Memory my be o.soon.overlid, nd it _would be grve world disster were lessons of gret Europen wr not reiterted periodiclly.. There is no more seitble occsion for this thn nniversry of Armistice Dy, which we celebrte -morrow. "Experience teth," sys proverb, but it teches only those who re willing tt lern. Nor is it. true tht " experience. mkes fools wise," since none is fool who hs within himself possibility of developing wisdom. If we fil lern from mistkes of pst, or if, like inne sentimentlists, it suffices its merely hold lip hnds of pious horror t memory of wr, n indeed is our folly hopeless nd our doom seled. Let us refore celebrte rinniversmr of Armistice Dy by pondering, from!point of view of personl responsibility, upon lessons of pst decde. * Too prevlent n impression ppers exist tht, -unless womn is cpble of occupying pltform or pelpit, she :s bsolved froth contributing righteous! cuses tht fund of eloquence which (men sy) is nturl heritge of womn. This is pity, since some of most effective sermons recorded in hisry nd biogrphy hve been preched rt udience of one. Dr. Clifford's testimony is effect tht " souls grow ly contct with souls," nd tht greter thn his pulpit ministrtions hs been influenee exercised in, personl encounter. Here, n, is grcious ministly for those of us who feel dip.ident, hesitnt, slow of 'speech. Let Nis begin t home no, not with lecturing our Howiers husbnds, plese! Let it never be sid tht our nme is Cudle. But wht bout children? While we re concerning ourselves, for instnce, bout 'Tempernce Sundy nd its due observnce, re we quite sure tht we re conducting ci.eessful ernimign by our own firesides? Are our little noes imbibing such horror of strong drink s shll prove ir surest sfegurd ginst its devstting power? Are y Requiring resons:for fith tht is in m? Do y know tht. erlier y lern sy n emphtic "No!" tempttions of every kind more sure re y develop in sne, wholesome, helthy mnhood nd womnhood? There is no more effective propgnd thn this ; nor will mteril long lmin in so impressionble nd plstic condition. Here, n, is our tempernce pltform. My we be endowed with tht sense of urge', tht thn help us use it good effect! * Thoughts. for Temperowe Sundy. Mny child is hungry becuse brewer is rich." " Pity poor drunkrd's child nd sp tp! " For every El spent on e4uction lst yer we spent VI 15s. on Milk. Hexne. Mr. J. H. Skillicorn, circuit stewrd of Tkruglits.Circuit, ws elected Member of Dougls Town Council by mjority of 172. "Leder" Tble Tlk. Whe Report. 1,Commndments? ' 11 ws s Book I do not know wher it ws my of Proverbs sys, s though drt hd hnd -or printer's eye tht through his liver! " s t, fult, but prgrph under l But Loosely. Prctice. bove heding in lst week's Leder _Apropos of lst.prgrph, I lso omitted n importnt, word nd lso remember sry ld by Dr. Peks figure which mde.differen. of one hid. volume "Christinity : Its Nture hundred thousnd. The -memoril nd its Truth." Sm Jones, Americn revivlist, tes preching cmp urging tht it be mde illegl supply young people under eighteen yers of meeting of coloured people, nd. y ge with lcoholic liquor for on-con were hving n ecsttic time. Every sumption ws signed -by 115,839 techers. The committee of Atli.ce expressed confidence tht "ouch mesure would be pssed in ner future," nd I ornestly hope this expecttion will be fulfilled. The techers know, nd we ll know, tht mny young life is cursed nd its future blsted by drink, nd such mesure. tht in question would be mens of protection t n extremely criticl ge. Tentpernee teching in our dy schools is one of most effective methods of creting perni- :76V cious czbritte*rl'i:fitle7.1or people ought be protected ginst tempttions violte ir better judgment. I hope committee is right n " opinion tht trde would ne.t offer ny serious resistnce " desired mesure. Wounded Soldiers' Opting. I know of no mn who hs.spent.1f more untinterlly in interests of wounded soldiers thn Mr. F. H. Lodge, Free Church chplin t Hmmersmith nd Fulhm. He hs still lrge number in his ol.rge, nd on ; recent occsion he ok.nsiderble - btch of those in specil surgicl: hospitl t Shepherd's Bush Chlfont' Bt. Ghee. This ws on invittion of our people in this lovely old villge., Visits were mde plces.of Ineric interest, nd sumptuous te ws pro. vided in schoolroom. Alter te- Mrs. Ogden presided t pino, nd_ boys tng with gus nd delight. A -. vote of thnks Chlfont friends ws proposed by Mr. Lodge, nd this ws crried with gret enthusism.' Rev. H. Ogden, in cknowledging vote,.sid it hd been gret joy welcome lds, nd he could ssure Mr. Lodge tht.when rrnging for.or entings next spying y would be plesed provide. for those who still remined in hospitl. 04 leving villge three cheers were given for Primitives The drive s well s entertinment ws gretly enjoyed, nd one of boys, on returning hospitl, joculrly remrked te comrde who ws confined his bed, "I hope re will be nor wr nd tht I &hll get wounded. s be ble go Chlfont." Mr. Ledge is highly respected officil of our Fltten, Church. Keen on Theology. I recently sw this sttement concerting people who shll be nmeless : " They re good chuch-goers, but poor Christins." I believe y re keen on ology, but not qui s prticulr bout some or mtters of vitl importnce. I ws reminded of on illustrtion which Dr. John Hutn gives in his ltest book. He sys, " I remember long go ron coming me n ble mn, reder of mny books, of n interesting nd vrious culture, but t snte timehe ld certin rr observble weknesses. He hd not very retentive recollection of certin finncil obligtions, nd sometimes ire permitted himself be gy point of excess. remember overtking him on country rod in Perthshire mny yers go. After few csul remrks on one side nd or he.id, ssuming.0 thoughtful fro., tht he personlly hd some gret difiiclties. 'Such s I inquired. ' 010, well,' he.sirl, ' I hve gret difficulti. bout deity Of Christ. Wheeeupon I sid nd.die words were out lmost! before Ilid time order m ' But re not you little wek on Teti' fce ws bd in rpture, every sentence ws punctured with hllelujhs. Therlireeher, however, who believed in wlk nd conclift in hrmony with Gospel, becnnrmore nd more prcticl in tretment of his me. And s he went on spek, with grot point nd plinness, of moth definits mtters s chicken steling, chnge cme over ssembly. Heds begn droop, hllelu jhs died down, nd 1rgildre tlehnecre.'"at'lus't'.1. grey-hired negro could ber it no longer ; this ws not wht he hd come. for, so he stepped 13Aruct}de'r 79`."0:, li ltdyou"glint you're kinder putting dmper on meeting? " I don't know tht I hve ever come cross fervid churchgoer who ws ddicted prticulr sins which Sm Jones deprected in negroos, but I think I hve known e few who well, it my not be dvisble minutely specify. The reder cn fill in rest. United Bord Institute. The United Nvy. Army nd Air Force Bord recently purchsed lrge institute t Portsmouth from Y.M.C.A. The cost hs, I believe, been,something like 6,00O. It my refore be ssumed tht building is cpcious.nd well equipped. It contins, mong or things, br, lounge, billird tbles, gymnsium, nd sleeping moommodtion for eighty guests. It is situted in Queen-street, nd is close proximity tho brrcks nd dockyrd, nd ffords fcilities for soldiers nd silors equl tht of ny institute in this gret. nvl centre. The Rev. Mr. Bry, one of chplins of United Bord, hs oversight of ll rrngements, nd he is keenly interested in everything tht concerns welfre of men. The club is t present in experimentl stge, but it is confidently nticipted tht it will be success from every point of view. There is.hll t X0.1r cpble of seting bout 400, nd here concerts, lectures nd Sundy services will be held. A committee consisting of repro. senttives of In denomintions hs been ppointed co-operte with Mr. Br, I hope our boys sttioned et Portsmouth will mke full use of this fine socil centre. They my be quite sure of wrm welcome. Unity Incresing. All over country Lmbeth :Appel is bering fruit. Evidence of this is constntly coming hnd. Conferences of ministers of ll denomintions hve become comm. occurrence. There is mrked difference in ttitude of mny Anglicn clergymen ir- Free Church brethren. Aloofness nd even hostility hve chnged in wrn-herted cordility. A.E0 in 170iRt it recoroed from Southmpn. Here week or two go, on init.- live of Rurl Den, meeting ws held consider " spiritul welfre of wn." Every denomintion ws represented, nd discussion ws, of mot ImnIc'end brorly chrcter. I m ld tht Rev. W. E. Hrvey, our ministert South Front, "gve forceful nd eloquent ddress on " Wht shll be our nesge? " The clergy entertined ir ministeril brethren luncheon nd te. Things of this sort hve now become commonple. wheres few short Yers go V11 would hve been regrded s.extrordinry. Truly world moves! Socil Movements. The Churches nd Legue of Ntions By ERNEST B. STORR. When Normn.Angell wrote bis rresting hook, " The Gret Illusion," common criticism ws tht he bsed opposition wr ou purely prudentil grounds. I did not shre tht view. The rgument of look ws directed prticulr clss t tht time. numerous nd powerful clss who believed tht NMI' pid if you o011. It seemed s if uthor were tking such mn side nd sying hint, " You cll yourself t prcticl mn. You fce fcts, nd re not be swyed by merely ethicl consider- tions. You think tht ror will continue becuse re is gin in it for tho vicr. A ntion will lwys fight it sees spoil t mid of it. And so I wnt show you tht you re cherishing n ' gret illusion.' Wr is losing gme Lilo vicr s well s vnquished." Tht book did not give, or pretend el., Normn Angell's personl ttitude wr. To him morl COBsidentions re supreme. It ws en orgumenturn d hminent. The Gret Wr disproved some of Angell's contentions, but this centrl one it substntited beyond ll question. The Allies who sng mens of vicry will crer}, not only wounds, but burdens of wr for mny long yer. All sound rgument geing, n evil thing is helpful. fieciel institutions ought Leemnnincel from every possible point of view. And yet " The. Gret Illusion," cler, clever nd convincing s it ws, left things pretty much where y were lief.e. For, on prudentil side, while it is true tht wr hits ntions hrd, wher y win or lose, it is lso true tht it enriches individuls nd clsses on both sides. Wht needs be proved is not tht Englnd or Germny hs nothing gin by wre, even if successful, but tht Englilf nd Germn finnciers nd rmment-mkers hve nothing gin. And tht is not true. But mein point is this, tht world will never be turned ginst wr by rtionl i;gument ddressed motives of.1f-int...c. I hve little ptience with se thinkers who reduce cuses of wr one ll-ernbrcing cuse, wher it be high finnce, or cpitlism,.or whtever it be. The!pssions tht lie behind wr re mnifold greed, fer, misunderstnding, rcil or religious ntipthy, etc. Democrcy does not gurntee ginst wr. Socilism would not. The only wy bolish wr for ever is rouse conscience of world ginst it, s something not simply foolish, costly nd destructive, but essentilly nd everlstingly wrong. The Longue of Ntions is, on fr s mchinerjris concerned, hope Of future. Wht it needs is soul, Gret sttesmen xe behind it, in some cses with whole-herted zel. 'El, commend Legue on politicl nd prudentil grounds. We who.believe in bsolute supremcy of ethicl, nd Whom principles of.gospel re finl uthority, must put in Legue soul of pssionte morl conviction. The Churches hve peculir duty in reltion Legue of Ntions not simply support it, but.support it on ethicl grounds. Wr is foolish, wr.is costly, wr is,euicid.1, wr brings infinite sufferillg yes, world.believes ll tht, nd new wrs re brewing even now..our ground of opposition wr must be empheticlly tht it is vrrong. We must proclim our conviction, in.clrion tres, tht wr must...rise, becuse it is negtion of tht spirit of love which it centrl.pquon nd regulting principle of Christin.conduct individuls nd!clsses nd ntions..

4 718 THE PRIMITIVE METHODIST = LEADER NOVEMBER 10, 1921 LADY ROBINSON. An Apprecition. By ROBERT W. KEIGHTLEY. By every Lew of physicl life tht we know Ldy Robinson should hve lived ripe old ge. Her mor lived be eighty-four, her fr ws strong nd helthy- mn when lost t see in 1883, nd n undo who deed n sme deer s did she hrt completed eighty-eight yers. Our der friend possessed. fine physique, good constitution, nd hd lived e helthily ctive life, but she pssed on before emnpleting her sixty-sixth yer! Her mrried life ws most hppy, nd for nerly forty-six yers she nd her sorrowing husbnd hve been lovingle, devoted ech or. They begn in comprtively humble conditions. The husbnd, like fr, ws fishermn. Seven months fter lss of fr she previled upon her husbnd seek livelihood shore. Her inchestry, fruglity nd skill es housewife mde no smll ceteribution ir mteril betmen Five children-four dughters nd sewere born le m, nd ll hve been gret joy nd stisfction ir prents. Their home life Ims lwys been distinctly religious. A Christin tmosphere pervded ir first cottge nd "Slim Houee," nd n ir beutiful " Southlnds " home. Ldy Robinsen's pie's; ws full of relity nd joy-. Gldness ws felt be s much duty s privilege. She delighted swell songs of snctury, shre in rpture of 'e who " scend in hill of Lord," nd crry- music, cheer, nd rdince thus derived in " trivil round, common tsk " dily life. Religion be her ment eeriness of hert nd life. It Ws not socil prestige tht brought multitudes in streets nd crowd in snctury on dy of Enterl, tht inspired hundreds of letters which hve cone Item ll clsses of people, nd tht prompted sending ef hundred florl tributes, but fct t getel womn hd lived life of sintliness nd noble service mong her noghburs sd In denoinint ion which she hd given her life, Religion lso spelled philnthropy. The work done by our Orphn Homes nd ors ws not lees der her thn it is her husbnd. An exsecretry or our men Orphn Hm. sy-s, " She ws mor ll our boys nd girls." One of se florl offerings ws frmn ged ocetteents el some lmshouses nd frgrnt with ir love nd grtitude, nd noe ws more highly pprecited thn this tribute of poor. For mny- yers our Africn Missions hve been very der her heed. It is more thn thirty yers since writer ok cut of her sn's missionry box 3110s. in shining gold, nd no one present rejoiced more thn by's mor. Ldy Robinson ws loyl, fithful nd hospitble friend. Her home hs for.mny yers been n open house our ministers nd lymen. The friends of yers long gone were friends lst. Affluence did net mke her forget, nd honour did not foster pride. To end she wee simple-herted, kindly, sine., nd morly soul. The lrger her resources greter service she ws ble nd willing render. Her ntive wn, our own Church, gret host of personl friends, nd most of ll her devoted husbnd, children nd grndchildren deeply mourn her deprture, but y ro fully- ssured tht such lives s hers cnnot die. To Sir Thoms nd fmily we offer sincere condolence, but her our hertiest felicittions, for " she hs done wht she could," nd received her Lord's " Well done." " Fier children rise up nd cell her blessed ; her husbnd lso, nd he priseth her. sying. Mny dughters hve done virtuously-, but thou excellent m elle' Primitives,I Met in. The Methodist Church of Cnd is powerful nd progressive institution. mented every yer 1..3, those who were tught nd freest in Sun.).- schools nd churches of this country, but who hve gone build new homes for mselves in gret Dcminion of West. And Primitive Methodism in Englnd hs contribuied in no smll degree growing influence nd prosperity cf.methodism in Cnd. It ws my joy recently meet with mny in churches re who hd gone from our churches in villges, wns nd eiti. of Englnd, nd who, while splendidly loyl ir church re, still retined deep ffection for ministry nd church In Homelnd. I met with Primitives from Northumberlnd, Durhm nd Cumberlnd, Lncshire nd Yorkshire, Stffordshire nd Wrwickhire, Kent nd Middle., Surrey, Emex, Hmpshire nd Cornwll. In Montrel, Brntford, Hmiln nd Toron, t close of service, old Primitives cme crowding rend precher enquire fter ministers nd ors whom y knew nd loved in " old cote, Preching in one church with membership of 1,0013 I met with nerly thirty Primitive Methodists, nd in n or with membership of 900 number of Primitive* I ehook hnds with weld be round bout forty. Awl how y bembrded me with questions: " Do yon know Rev. Joseph Johnson of St. Ceorge's Hll?" sked one. " Very well, but he is not et St..George's Hll now." "He ws when.i ws e, but I herd he hd left. Where is he now.. " SurnntendIng Est London )fission." "Is he doing well? " " Very well, I belieee." " I'm gld her it. He is dndy mn is Mr. John.n." " Dndy " is populr term with Cndins. With m it mens " first clss " or " one of best." " Do you know Rev. E. W. Chllenger?" sked. nor. " Ye, I hve known him ever since dys when he ws cndidte for ministry." " I got cons...led one Sundy nieht in Yorkshire when he ws preching, nd I'rn still on Lord's side." "Gook! I'll let him know when I get bck." " Do you know Rte. Lewis Hncock? " queried.or. " Ye, but only slightly." " Well, I joined church t Southse under his ministry." " Where. is Rev. W. Roberts now? ".nolher wnted know. And when I ld him Mr. Roberts 1783 t Eling he replied, "I w scholr in his Sundy-school t Forest Gte." One RUM informed me how he ws led Christ mny yers go by Rev. A. Hebblethwiter nd nor mn hd joined up under ministry of Rev W. R. Heringn It wt. good her se folk spek of ir spiritul experience nd cknowledge debt y owed -men who hd led m in light. By REV. JOHN HOLLAND. "Do ye know Rev: John Pinched? " sked mn In Hmiln. " Y.," I replied, " we were in college ger thirty-one yews go." "Well, he's peed mn. He's philosopher is John Pinchen. He reds big books." Tht ws his summing up of my old college churn. An elderly, mn sked,." Do you know Jim Lockhrt?" "I m sorry et I don't," I replied, for I hd not fintest ide who he ment. "Tht's strnge." sid he. "We e.ere et school ger nd he went in your ministry, nd let MO tell you, he ws some precher." " Oh, I know who Ever since time when vrious you men now-rev. Jmes Lockhrt. Methodist denomintions greed Yes, I know him well. He is Principl of Hrtley College now." unite nd teeome one Church it hs " Principl of college is he? I'm moved fcrwrd with rpid strides._ And not surprised t tht. He lwys hd -dy, with popultion of little over some hed." eight millions, Cnd hs Methodist It ws gret plesure when prech- Church with membeeship pproching Mg in Toron hve in congregtion one who ws member of Brisl 400,000, nd dherents of over cue Hll, Birminghm, when I ws re. million. But Methodism in Cnd Miss Mrjorie Lloyd is grnddughter owes gret del lc Meiten of of Mr. W. Arundel, one of Deed Britin. Her enter: re being ug- Poll members of our Church, nd she is now on stff of cue of schools in Ontrio. Both in Hmill.. nd Toron I received kindly enquiries respecting Rev. G. Shpeott. There were elderly people nd young folk who hd been blessed by his ministry nd who still cherished tender regrd for him. "Is Rev. G. Shpeott still live?" sked one mn. " Y., live ndwoll," I sid. " I'm gld. Did you know tht Mr. Shpcott ets n onion every dy of his life l" No," I sid. "I did net know tht, but I m lerning few things since I cme Cnd." A young fellow.in Toron ld me his fr hd seht him Lend, evec-y' wcek since he hd bce-c cut re, nd, sid Ire, I red even- line of it." And re cn be little doubt of tht, for lthough he hd been out re for yers he seemed know quite s much s I did shout President of Conference, our ex-presidents nd President-designte. He will be none less useful his church in Toron becuse he keeps live his interest in church ci his boyhood. One bror informed me tht he hd been locl preehet in North of Englnd-I forget circuit-for twelve yers before he went Cnd, And nor, whe is one of most prominent lymen in his conference, nd hs been in Cnd fifty-six yers, ws scholr in ono of our Sundy-schools in Hull. A ldy in Hmiln ws nxious know if I knew Mr. Chesney', of Willesden, nd when I nswered in ffirmtive she ld me tht her two sons, who cme this country during wr, hd been welcomed home of Mr. Chesney nd received utmost kindness re. Both hd given ir lives in Frnce, nd, sid she, "The lst bit of home life my two heys hd in tits world ws et Mr. Chesney's, nd I shll never forget it." Cnd. My wife nd I were privileged spend week in home of Rev. Sidney Lmbert, bror of one of my own respected officils t Dllingrod, Hmmersmith. Mr. Lmbert Miss Lettie Grmonswy, deuehter of our South Hettn choirmster, hs been ppointed s techer t South Htn Council School, fter successful terr t Sunderlnd Trining College. Miss Grmenswy is devoted Sundy school techer nd ssistnt orgnist t South Htn Check Deth of Ldy Robinson. It is with feelings of deepest regret nd sorrow we lern of " pssing beyond " of our der comrde in ser. vice Ldy Robinson. Since inception of Women's Missionry Federtion Ldy Robinson hs never cesed be interested in work. As member of committee she exercised gentle nd quiet influence, nd ws in sympthy with ll our progressive ime It ws s President of - Federtion we recognised her greter worth. She presided over our 'lrge meeting t Grimsby. Conference when " Africn Jubilee Scheme " ws lunched, nd promised chllenge shield brnch tht secured lrgest per centime of increse in membership during " jubilee yer." This ws strong incentive brnches. Her generosity enbled u report record income t Grimsby Conference, nd.fired ll with enthusism for success of " Jubilee Fund." Ldy Robinson, ger with writer, were members of " Ldy Missionry Committee " for selection of first btch of ldy missionries who re now t work in Afric. At Sheffield Conference in June lst..when electing new committee, lthough we knew tht her illness would probbly prevent her ttend.ce during yer, it ws unnimously decided tht she,bld continue on committee, nd in this wy meeting expressed high esteem in which she ws held. Through her deth we lose vluble nd beloved member front commit- tee, never obtrustive, Menem gentle nd grcious, sweet personlity, nd one whose life nd work will leve e frgrnce in hert of ll who worked with her. To know Ldy Robinson ws love her, nd we re poorer through her removl. In her home life Ldy Robinson ws t her best, lwys hospitble nd thoughtful fee comfort of her guests. All who knew her will well understnd wht hevy shdow hs been cst over home nd fmily. During her long nd trying illness she hs been surrounded - with ll.re nd comfort tht loving devotion could devise. We sy loving frewell our beloved friend in hope of blessed re-union. MARY LEVYY, Principl Lockhrt t Conglen. It speks well for devoted interest of people on this scttered circuit tht every ch.olt ws well represented t Circuit Rlly her Principl Lockhrt on November 2nd. In fternoon Principl preeched. gol congregtion. The people drnk ws young minister in Albert when in egerly every word of his gret wr broke out He joined up s utternce. The unfolding of Sry privte nd lost his leg in Frnce. of Prodigl; with its lessons for used visit him in London hospitl, modern times, compelled one None., nd when he ws convleec.t he cme forest minister' of wn sy, on crutches nd preched for me t I hve herd it sid tht Sry Dolling-rsd. He returned Cnd, of Prodigl Son ie worn out. But nd ws mde chplin. He le new this Messge is contrdiction tht chplin of Christie'. Hospitl, sttement." In evening, in spite where re re 600 suffering nd broken of hevy rin, church filled. men. I went ll over hospitl with Members of Freo Churches hd been him, nd, nticipting Principl Lockhrt's lecture on " The Chllenge Church." immmrsel "op' =V& itrev. "14": could it y orwise? He hd et Every point in lecture ws egerly where y et, hd fought, nd grsped. Prticulrly ws reference superior clims of Christ's buffered with m ; ws one of m. The men not only respect him, y love teching over modern Spiritulism him. pprecited. For wn hs been The Methodists who hve gone from recently stirred by Sir A. Con. Doyle, Englnd Cnd re doing ir shre who visited Coeglen. Throughout extend Christ's Kingdom in tht Prinicpl led his udience step by, gret country, nd Primitives re step, holding ir ttention right on mongst those who re giving of ir gret nd finl clim, tht best in every deprtment of Church's Church sod for trnsformed lie... mnifold ctivities. Alderren Mstery, J.P. (Congregtirmlist), Myor-Elect, bly pre. sided. Conn4llor Cotterill, of Biddlph, officited t flee orgn, nd ccompnied Mrs. Colclough, who delighted ll with her singing t both services. The Kinsey-street Choir contributed well mmicl pet of progrmme. Minister nd officils n this hisric circuit, which includes MOM, Cop, re looking forwrd.brighter dys..

5 MEN NOVEMBER 10, 1921 Women nd Wr. Sin, My I vil myself of hospitlity of your columns cll ellen. tion n ppel tht ft being mde women by Ldy Asr nd ors in connection with ' Wshingn Conference? Although Mr. Lloyd George ws hindered by Irish ffirs Ir.' being present t its beginning, yet re is little doubt tht sooner or lter he will go. The suggestion is tht two dys before hit deprture every womn nd every girl of fourteen nd upwrds shll send postcrd Prime Minister, 10, Downing-street, 5.1V. 1,.with her mni nd ddress. npon it, nd words " God speed you t Wshingn." If millions of women nd girls will do this our sisters in Americ will understnd tht in ir enthusism for disrmment y hve our fympt by nd support. The ppel is simple, but generous response -would mke it senstionl. It is be ernestly hlted tht women of our Chinch will support ide, nd rlly re, Ldy Asr's ledership upon mt'/:' frught with so gret issue. Yoyrs. etc., Cs, 1..vn High Wycombe. '`Leder" Tble Tlk. Sn. I do not know who writes "Tble Tlk" in 7,,,? r, but t fed constrined write wortdpf pprecition. Two or three LIMOS recently he hs been tken tsk, My purpose, is not defend, but congrtulte. It is esiest thing in world get slung nd remin silent when ono knows tht emphsis on some unhelthy church mtter will incur little di. plesure. As. Church we hve no or medium through which we cn -spek ll our people, nd unless one of our regulr writers puts sme conscience in his tsk nd uses lsh occsionlly we my grmv very self-complcent. Our "Tble. Tlk" mn is t ny rte ccurg.us nd needs no defending. It mst hve been pin mny people notice "dvertisements" for ministers. Possibly- WO hve few circuits where officils do not know Mny ministers, or my not be wre of.itble ministers who my be vilble. All snte, one deplores necessity for dvertising. But, my mind, more prevlent nd worse mtter is tht of " wire pulling." It is "A gret meeting." Tht ws enthusistic testimony of ll who were present t frewell nd recepti,m meeting t Higher Ardwiek Church. The meeting ws convened bid frewell nd God-speed Rev. W. Cooper, who, fter four nd hlf yers' work 39 superintendent of circuit, leves tke lip missionry- work in Afric; nd give Rev. E. S. Emmitt, ALC., his successor,.s herty welcome. Mr. J. T. Dobbins presided, nd Mr. G. Lh-esey ws vice-chirmn. Addresses were lso given by following, who represented ech church on circuit: Mls. Genney, Messrs. E. Hrwood, J. if. Swift, W. Frnkish, T. Houghn, S. Dggett, nd tiers. H. Leggte, M.C., nd J. Minwring, O.B.E. Splendid tributes were pid by ll 1.1-r. spekers mgnificent work done by Mr. Cooper. Gret debts hve been removed, nd churches re in helthy condition. He hs lso exer- worse becuse it is underground. As cised gret influence outside minister I know tht good d.1 of churches. A herty welcome we offered this-is done. We hve mny splendid by ech speker Rev. F. S. Rimini. men whose only ide nd pssion is serve. The esy sphere is never sought, nd it often hppens tht' hrd cult pys knvest slry. And tht is not ll. Some of our finest ministers hve spent of ir life on hrd circuits. It is not tht y re wek men. Ti,, wekness is in minister who hs got circuit by " Wire pulling " nd n emigre tult. himself on being better fixed thn minister on hrd circuit. As ministers we need leve " underneth " methods lone. Plese ccept my -wrmest thnks, Mr. Edir, for words in " Tble Tlk." Yours, etc.. MiNisrsre. Secombe Church. Sn, Your esteemed contribur of " Tble Tlk " in commenting upon Liverpool Centenry in Leder on Ocber 27th mkes reference our Secombe Church, nd sttes tht " it Ws t Mr. Swnwick's instigtion tht Secombe Chpel ws re-opened." Now, I hves no wish detrct from good work which Alderrnn Swnwiek hs done in connection with resuscitted church t Secombe, but I OM sure he would not wish tke credit for work dre by or persons. The decision py oft debts of Secombe, Beckwith.street nd West Kirby Chpels ll three being embrced in ono scheme ws due Mr. Edwrd Willims. In 1889 debts on se three chpels were 1,100, nd t Secombe Trustees' nnul meeting of tht yer Mr. Willims offered 250 " If circuit would py off se debts nd go in for vigorously working churches when tht freed." Tho THE PRIMITIVE METHODIST LEADER chllenge ws ccepted by circuit, nd tsk eventully ccomplished, though it *s one of most difficult I ever piloted through. To Mr. Willims first of ll, nd fter him Mr. E. T. Cosn, nd lte :Messrs. W. Pugh nd G. 'Windsor, bcked up by rnk nd file of Grnge-rod Church, honour of liquidting se debts Ws lmost entirely due. The Secombe mortgge ws redeemed before I left circuit in summer of 1892, but chpel ws not re-opened until fll of yer, s lese brethren hd not expired. Mr. Swnwick ome Birkenhed Circuit in 1891, nd lthough he resided t Secombe, joined Beckwith-street Society. The " debt extinction scheme" ws well on its wy n. After debt hd been pid off nd rrngements bd been mde for working resred church, he trnsferred his membership it, nd hs since dt excellent service re. But it is incorrect.y tht it ws " t his instigtion tht chpel ws re-opened." Tht honour belongs primrily Mr. Willims, nd fter him ilfe.rs. Costen Pugh nd Windsor. Yours,. etc., SILAS L. Gooeo:. Clphm, S.W. OFF TO AFRICA.. Frewell t Mnchester. MC Alr. Ernmilt hs hd distin, guished creer in Army. He begins his work in Mnchester Fourth Circuit with promise of herty co-opertion of ll churches. In reply Mr. Fmmitt thnked ll for ir herty welcome. Ihning evening presenttions of. cmer, it medicine chest, nd wllet of notes were mde Mr. Cooper on behlf of circuit by Mr. J. T. Dobbins. There iv demonstrtion of gret enthusism when Mr. Cooper rose reply. He spoke in high terms of pprecition of circuit stewrds nd officils nd niombeis of th circuit, -nd ld of insistent inwrd cll him offer for foreign work. He thnked ll for ir good wish., nd sid he would gretly tresure, ir gifts. The lecture hll ws filled its 'utmost cpcity. The Vicr of Ardwick ws lso present nd offered opening pryer. Activity t Wrringn. Legh-street Church,. Wrringn, hs 011tereel uspiciously upon its utumn nd winter work. 011 recent Thursdy Rev. H. J. Pickett preched in fternoon good udience, nd lectured t night on John Ruskin, Prophet nd Socil Reformer. The lecture ws profound study of Ruskin, nd ws n inspirtion ll present. The Endevour nniversry ws held on You»g People's Dy, minister (Rev. J. H. Johnson) being precher. During young people's meeting in fternoon Mr. Johnson received.holrs decision crds. At public ro.ting on Mondy Mr. II. 0. Bennett presided, nd most helpful ddresses were given by Rev. J. T. Green (Wesleyn) nd Mr. A. E. Hoyle, B.A. There ws splendid ttendnce. Mr. W. W. Pryke, recently of Cmbridge,- presided t ormm. On following Sundy Mr. J. H. Richrdson, B.Sc., otruncorn, preched twice, evening subject, by rrngement, being on " Christ nd Legue of Ntions." Legh-street Church hs tken led, nd, through Fr. Church Council, hs urged uniting of ll churches on this subject, nd brnch of Legue of Ntions Union hs been formed with vigorous secretry. The whole of se services hve been most helpful church. An excellent spiritul nd evngelicl ne previls nd outlook is bright. An offering ws tken nd dontions, given for Russin Fmine Fund. tli= M Ldies' Winter Cots. Absolutely Tilor-Mde. Free Ptterns, Fshions, nd full prticulrs on ppliction. OW To Mesure wily: All Wool Velours, Tweeds, Frieze., Nps, Blnket Cloth., etc. We mke se Cots with useful Collor turn up or., Cols, Outside Pockets nd Belt if required. Esy slip on. Beutifully lined Wist nd Sleeves, nd ICU wer for yer.. Hundrels of Pimitive Methodists ll over Connexicn hve written t pprecitive of our work. Send To-dy. Price 4 Guines. 717 bride ws given wy- by Mr. H. Dwes, of Kirn Lindsey. Aliss Smith, of Missionry DemonstvtioU. gry, ttended bride. The wed- The missionry nniversry of Gteihed Second nd prt of Gteshed friends in neighbourhood, but lso ding will be of interest not only some in severl Midlnd wn circuits, 011 three of which Rev. J. H. First Circuits hs just been held gin, with splendid results. The deputtion Hemshll lboured for second term, consisted of vice-missionry secretry, Rev. J. H. Hirst-, ger with were much esteemed. nd where brill g nd her prents Revs. T. J. 'McKenzie nd J. II. Slter, returned missionries, nd Ilev. J. C. Sutcliffe. The meetings hve ll been It,. C'. II Tickner, circuit secretry. splendidly ttended, Durhtterod of 13edfonl Second, hs been success Church being well filled for joint fully returned s. member of Bedford Council. Air. Ticknor is first missionry meeting of wn Primitive Methodist obtin set n churches. All spekers did well. Connell. The missionries delighted everybody with ir evident grsp of problems of mission field nd 'ir sry of 1,000 EFFORT.. service re, while Rev. J. C. Sutcliffe gve strong nd forceful setting THE KING'S OWN MISSION, missionry messge. Rev. J. H. Hirst Royl Rod. Kenningn Prk hd n exceedingly busy week-end, d- (lieu Ovl Tube nd., dressing eight services nd meetings, including Gteshed Brorhoul. Once gin he set s fire with enihu slm for missionry rervire s he pleded eloquently for consecrtion this gret tsk. The finncil result ws splendid, in view of grve industril depression. Gteshed First Circuit from four pl.es rised 125, while Gteshed Second Circuit hs rised dt 276, with more follow. Prince Consort-rod hd 110, Dunsn 60, Whitehll-rod 38, Bnk-street 12, Vicri-rod 11 10s., Low Fell 1210s., Kibbl.- wrot 14, Swlwell 7, Whiekbn, 5 10s., nd Bewick Min over 4. On First Circuit Durhm-rod rised 50, Sunderlnd-rod.38, Joicey-rod 6, Cre's Hill 5, nd tent meeting bout- 25. On November 1st mrrige ws solemnised in Centenry Church, Ginsborough, between Willim Stnley Coney, of Alford, nd Elsie A. Itemshll, of Kirn Lindsey. The fr of tim bride officited, ssisted by Rev. F. T. Spredbury. Rev. A. Jckson ws in chlege of, registers. The "ONWARD AND UPWARD" BAZAAR will he held on NOVEMBER 18th, 17th 18th. Timers of opening: Wednesdy, t p.m., Thursdy, 5 p.m., Fridy, 0 p.m. O. sedte, Ell wive,. music, " P" '""t sent s sitcs t ".""' Stisfction Gurnteed. F. A. Rwding & Co., - Expert Ldles,Tellors Retford, Notts.

6 I 718 THE PRIMITIVE METHODIST LEADER. NOVEI4BER 141, 892t iring your ngue when you eglet be using your feet, s Aunt Bt would smile beting which t quick set young mn's, hert rte. APPLEBLOSSOM But won't yen go, Miss Sefn, " I m," he replied; "nd lie, ye. nds By SAMUEL HORTON.. Blekwell I will remin 7 " with Elsie I men Miss wry, ike Little. Bo- Peep's sheep,' went. " Ne," ehe replied; " I could not run ' "And leving if I his til boffin& him:" ell correctly Author op " Roses nd Thisties,". " Whet nd Chff," "'Go nd in se wet. clos." you re die, individul who, informed, when e " Mud nd Mrble," " Mustrd: nd Cress," etc., etc.. But commenced. lntern' " Wht persistent, nd ggrvting by certin lecturer tempernce' wg going be given ' mn you. re tube gm"- she broke The Evils of Intempernce;'- crried,' in- 'ATTER XV. ebnlinued. ing euntiy. Suddenly re we " You!. got so ccusmed' ordering off oxygen syphon in. drk A Picic. flsh of lightning, followed by loud: or people tht you hve forgotten corner nd let. ll gee " Tht is true;" sid Mn'. worth. "But. I wonder' who Chrlm- crsh of thunder, nd hevy rin hw obey. You re rguing, when lecture cmt,. so tht. wee never given " drops Cmeron its, The [mino 'Violet, begn t o fill. you ought he ruining, Off in /m,f' phone. The publishers, obviously ' Oh 1 ". exclimed Mies Blckwell. tht minute" you go I hope pled multy,! '. he replied; " but y sy t her first book. I velitunf. predict this putting. her hnds over. hes fce. " But you will get wet td Ain," lecturer hd teld,yon been indulging die tempernce in some ' Wht shelf I do? I m terribly he she will. hve. 'brillint future.. I frightened of lightning." " expostulted. I shll not get bit wetter thn I bout most intemperte lnguge just before should', very " I don't know," much like replied, meet Enid, her." e We meet mke fr it," sid m now," ells re plied.; " I m soked nothing lugh. mre " I think disppointing 'perhps thn re rte*. minister. I'm frid " There we is re no going shelter. :you through sm you nd, prticulr..". beys;in, generl nd one boy in will through. go down lredy. in hlf Don't 68,g " And enrols not. Led who ok el. sugr out of Aunt. time 'bevy come shower, nd we hoc- no I shll?" bsket in vestry nd put slt Bones. in nets personl contct with literry or politicl idol. I very much umbrlls." " All right. I won't wste nor sted, in. At 11,1, nor flsk of second," nd off he went t bound rid Mors' with result tht whle desired Mem very populr uthoress lightning cme nd ws so vivid tht it soon ws lost sight round bend in, " I Meeting te ws spoilt? " m. sme time t fueling go. in I shw she ws spek nerly blinded m, Nl ws succeeded' rod. lecture, Rem boy Aunt who Bbr, hd endues on London, self nd I put my- by most terrific crsh. of tinitler. In mentime srm eeerned ject which contined, tht sub gnt, hod fncied inconvenience go. Miss Blckwell lt,ll ever of lrge element prophecy, bout my, future which I self-control, with rdint tll, personlity mgnificent womn nd eloquent ngue. Insted I sw very rms end round with his cry of terror threw her neck nd uttered shriek terrifying, y moment while lirt t7gh,irzet'irl'ire'd downpour of rin which hope. will re newer were be more fulfilled, words nd with in smll, dumpy ldy, outrgeously overdressed,! r shrik. cused " Clm yourself, my der Elsie," sid rod nd little formed rivulets pools in run every down hollow. since," stings thn he mid. I ever herd before or s if she l ws tlked tlking. children public meeting Enid, " There is very little dnger Enid did not dre even seek such illusory, nd scolded everybody in who except of good wetting, nd tht we shelmr e tree might hve fforded " It instigr is lso suspected tht you were of my prtilly prevent by, running l ter wht hd occurred. She drgged policemn out of. his plot frighten rite street di ffered cornerdemgo,,cue. from her in lnguge But I should of clown. Et She ws completely terrorstricken, nd s nor lsh cme she ' limp litle nd senseless form of her fnend mound, nd sitting down pitghost one night in, churchyrd.? by plying. like writer of know ' wht your ide is of '[he String,' me tht Hrp I with Broken cried out most pitecuely, sying " sits lowed cold, her lifeless hed on hnds. her lp It nd chfed seemed n ll " it Yon is only dlifft, suspicion," Miss Sefn, he tht fter rejoined- " my- compre 1Sly own." it with Mr. would Chrleswortles be killed," nd rms. nerly The finted in :te be siworeumoreonejolcre hbultttl,vo engotlrf suspicion,. A boy should en who not would he condemned e he ste? " minister' very " Well, vin, perhps. Miss Sefn, you will if I think me eves bewildered. Alredy rin three mom of members of u, prty wn Sy tht 'flling more hevily every second. To coming up rod crrying mcinshes mounts " I think circumstntil evidence I. wn think mtter she must ws bo when very she like ws wht young, my stnd still holdiug Mulling girl in his nd umbrells. She hiled ir ppernce with gld cry, Mr she hd relly Uncle Jeremih plied, lmost certinty," she re- rms mid rrentil thundersrm with nor thinks, smile. it " I knew conclusive-" plus superior eduction, nd cm- ' ecemed ridiculous thing do. She begun Peer tht Miss Blckwell W3.9 Inepolitn look which insted of prochil out- ws o hevy for him crry, nd he ded, she ley so motionless. well " Then pled it guilty. must be But so, you nd I seem my m hs There re pssges been in necessrily book which here. Sc ws I et his wits' end. Fortuntely, Miss lee cme In id. shouted " Here Jeremih. we re, Appleblossom," "Poor lsses, you escped., hve pretty Bliss complete Sefn." list of my ors indicte which ctul seem genius, while re re Look he, re Elsie," slt sid firmly, will be wet skin." "Never tking more like reflections' et schoolgirl. I should crude her by shoulder. " You re mind me, uncle," she mid, his " Oli, own yes " herty she, rejoined, joining in lughter; " Uncle behving like big bby. We cnnot when y cme up. " Look Elsie. muck, picture for her re s te is who perceptible hs suffered remin here nd be drenched skin, I shll tke no hrm." s Jerry you tells, re me ll bout his boys, nd fvourite ne of under-.nd I, for one, m not it. Neir is Mr. going submit They lifted. senseless girl up nd quite with him it is speedil, T here her nerest cottge, knows. nturl he should tell me ll he He Chrlesworth, If sdness book, nd yet you cue whose utok on don't pull yourself ger nd ct where resrtives. were given, nd in reltes is very proud of you.. He sry of se- youthful life hs ness nd optimism of nturlly fresh- with some leve you here degree. of tke self-control cre of younell. we shll little be ble while chnge she sufficiently recovered her wet. pprel nd lieve freks it of yours with gret gus. I be- is his one regret tht nture." ture-" Come on now, tke hold of my rm on proceed eltion in time for. some personl shre in m. he He hd ie. not, "And I," " think she is very sid lovely, Bliss Blckwell. this side, nd Mr. Chrlesworth will very kind nd know veryher piqunt. very much. I should I m like sure tke hold of you on or side, nd drted trin home. down In mentime wn, bet found Enid hd tht cuhpies. bit. like ottliboy Peter ert.,nyhw Pn, who never grew is. jest should rove her." I we This mutt plin mke speech run for it." her wet clothing mde wlking very brought difficult, " DEMO. tel girl her eenses little, me, Min Seln,"- sid et& " He is finest chrcter I Imge!' mined, 'En* while. silent? secretly until minister mused, sid re- nd with no more do Hnid seized her tll, hndsome young fellow whom inclined young doubt titn. " ever truth I felt of " by rm, nd minister gt hold hd Now;. give you- Miss ur Sefn, opinims it isn't without fir getting for us homewrd. of or, They nd y hd lmost begn hurry me t never ssist seen you before, 7 Let me. " will introduce you llow myself. My nme ie Leonrd Willimson ginst Christinity Uncle I should be Jen, I Mould right sy up crry yours in exchnge. Whet do you Ber between m, for she seemed nd I m of Councillor Willim- must religion be tht Divine. produces But here men we like re him..imgine writer "! '' she replied, is like?" neir hve will nor power son with smile, "I mke. n effort herself. They hd miek's. nd. I m grot just friend over of for Uncle holidy Jere- beg, wn. I venture. suggest tht yen think she is just. young ldy, with ordinry normlly tlent helthy proceeded some distnce down hill nd rrived t Birehle this morning, ing. borrow See you oir. lter." stel chnge- of cloth- shrewish nd when she declred she could not go nd lerning my folks hd come here tepot, rr superficil' step frr. They were by this time followed. I hve herd gret del knowledge. of fculty humn nture, with some wet skin, for rin dccendel bout you, so tht I seem. know yen minister Enid dremt nd Leonrd tht night tht Willimson for smrt, but re sying re things lly rr which shllow seem in rrents,. for brought stndstill moment ner gret y were lredy. Tke my rm, plese. You fighting were tiee. must hve hd very trying cpon, m, end nd she she woke in vin up in tried morning pyle hem yew come exmine think her chrcter drwing m. I " Come, dter up, Elsie," sid Enid, ewe." 1. fulty, nd, tht sinned situtions very "we brve, re der." nerly hlf-wy down. Ee " It hs " Yes, been I rr hve lern trying," uncle she tlk rews find stnding herself in ters nd Deborh by her bedside with cup..ef ery, ere imposoible if not She hd hrdly given expression bout you. You hve been doing gret o: fce f te - id en nxious look in hew foolish. hve been I m selected snepeimd s tht price it should m words when lightning struck things t Cmbridge, I her. Everybody is proud of yon t Birchle. There is nothing in it- in my opinhn sry. tree, re ws gre t crsh, nd sked. " How " d6 you feel, Blossom? " she r cold?" hope you hve not cught huge limb fell within twenty feet of m gld mke your cquintnce." " I m first-rte, untie; whim j.t.tifies expecttion sck- 4 m The three thr steed, for moment selection You re cretes." bewildered nd brethless. re Miss Blckwell shivered nd n would hve fllen " A few yws go I ws held np but I hd eism, Miss Sefn," very severe. eid. m ir. your-enti- ll boys in Sundy-school nd nd horrid. I wee drem.dy-school, worth. Chef). if Enid's rm hd not ben round her. o,. for tht mtter, m trying bout in vin two men prt fighting, m And don't gree with r you m cln."' bound sy I :bd Whtever been element in her conduct ev exggertion before, re terrible' exmple. et juvenile perversity ndenischief," he replied, with enoughwhen I woke. -cry bout I believe, I oyes foolish it," nd euperior " Oh! Ett person,'" Ilites Mims e ply- Efickwell. prt sid of Enid re Suspected. ws none now.. re ws She t hd lest feinted, some, herty, ringing lugh which ws her. " Now- it seems itie my good fte mke " Never You cry mind, ire your km. drems If men it dun only e rr "But see; wers nd ly like log in Enid's mns. still be n exmple of nor kind, mount much It's-only when y nerly " So we t re, p." " I'm errt we cn get her no but heven only knows. why I don't. but I don't like look. furr," s, sid minister. I hve won some honours, it ie tree, but itissrionee" mlee-youery when, you re wke.thti (TO No'conf of hurry tht' nd done: get I think glimpse 'we of hd better " Will you kindly hurry down nd send y re nothing bt wht.re esily iitued,") nd n view. somebody our ssistnce, nd I will possible, ny young mn who hlt n I.e.n not down gin. I should ren.in with heruntil help comes?" ordinry mount of brins nd little be surprised if We srm. hve thunder- "I :Sefn," don't he like leve you, Miss more titn ordinry mount of ppliction. The only thing tht' I m. relly Thoughts "- Mould ttrct hosts of The November hus of " Griot replied; " suppose nor Blckwell, " Oh, I don't who lwy think soliked," replied cntrdietion. " 1- vote Nsr Miss thunderbolt " Well, Eve fell." proud of is. tht I ws fifth or in yet lern, she replied, Bot Rce this yer when we tid tionl reler, its 'contents being of excep- v.hile. I'm go sit dwn for little with one of her lshes of humour, " tht Oxfonl e freesi." on FE G. vlue. Rev. A. C. Hills writes Well's, while " The feic of hot: nd fired cnnot strt down I relly t minister ny protection from, thunderbolts. " I believe you. re bey who once 0: gin without rest." from heven, Elijh but even brought if you down could fire tutened tib of Uncle Jeremih's Downes, Henry" ie dexit with by Or. R. P. do best frock -cot,.fienclr cfinese by Piincipl " The _Hrvest of Ruskin," Grhm; And so y st. nd chttel bort sme we don't wnt m down, but ingspin Mims her ws. not looking, o.& " Shkespere view, Mr. objects of (h interest rlesworth in pointing surroundout hd rr y remined where tht when he got Up, in hurry he te " Wht Con,-ienew," Cnd Hs by' Dr. Offer."' Fetl.; by nd Sir y Iris re. Come, you re wsting your time, which, cot." however, sid Enid,. wm ccompnied in severe ne, George. Pertly, re fll of helpfol sugnestimm. Alger it is en by number. excellent

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THE YORKSHIRE NIGHTINGALE BOOKING DATES FOR 1922 & A few open week-dy coming Winter. Run without risk. The Mrne, Chequer Rod, Doncster. The Primitive Methodist Leder. itneorperting Primitive Methodist nd Primitive Methodist Wod. Thursdy, November so, Notes nd News. Remembrnce Dy. To-morrow is Remembrnce Dy. Three yers go t eleven o'clock, on eleventh dy of thd eleventh month, Armistice ws declred. Since n, t tht hoer on nniversry dy, er hve observed two minutes' silence, nd this will be repeted., morrow. We shll reverently remember those who gve ir lives for ir country, nd grtefully recognise delivernce which God wrought for us. We cn now pprecite more fully thn we could three yers go how gret ws tht delivernce. If " miled fist " hd triumphed British Empire world hve been irrevo:ebly shttered, nd civilistion would hve received gretest setbck known hisry. This islnd would now be under heel of tyrnts, nd its people would be enduring hrdships o terrible contemplte. "Lot Isrel now sy: If it hd not been Lord WIse ws on our side, when men rose up ginst us; n y hd swllowed us up live, when ir wrth ws kindled ginst us. Then proud wist's lod gone over re. Le both cses re re some or soul." These words re from exceptions this generl rule. Within 1241!.. Pslm, nd y re s true in specified limits discretionl,.power is our cse s in tht of Isrel, nd, s with Pslmist, so with us, dominnt thought my well be: "Blessed be Lord Who bth not given us prey ir teeth; " Lord God of Hosts, he with s vet, Lest ive forget, lest we fogey'" The Wshingn Conference. There is no event in present-dy politics of greter importnce thn Wshingn Conference. Americ is outside Legue of Ntions, but its President recognises how urgent is necessity of n. ll-round reduction of rmments. We shre full sentiments expressed in resolution, of Arr. Clynes, nd crried unnimously in House of Commons on Fridy lst Tht this House wrmly pproves of meeting of Interntionl Conference in Wshingn, nd trusts tht supreme effort will be mde rrive t such mesure of greement s will secure substntil nd progressive reduction of crushing burden of rmments." The burden is indeed crushing. Obligtions creted by recent wr on which eve spent something like 0,000,000,000, nd mintennce of our present Army, Nvy nd Air Form involve n expl he re of nerly two-thirds of money rised by txtion. As Sir Donld 3fclen sid, " hevy txtion should be schoolmster bring us pece." And wht of future if pece be not preserved? Science hs lredy diecevered poison, three drops of which off mn's skin will kill him.. This dedly liquid poured out from eroplnes would work hvoc on scle. compred with which. pest " frightfulness ' offers no comprison. The n Westminster Gzette:. The " Westminster " new!drib, mde its debut on Mondy lst. As n evening pper we hve livyt regrded it s one of snestnd sfest guides of public opinion. nd we hope tht s gret morning.journl its circultion will lrgely increse nd its influence correspondingly widen. We congrtulte those concerned on excellence The following Skein,. my bo hd of its first number, nd if this stndrd OUR Exmg MEETING, OUR be mintined we confidently ssert H, tht re will be nothing in dily OUR MEETING, OUH journlism bet it. It strts with Junk Out :- high commendtion of boils Mr. :: WHY. Lloyd George nd dlfr. Asquith. The =g 12 'l ltter sys " For mny yers discriminting politicins of ll schools Smples or, fres for Zs. lid. nd shdes of opinion hve been ccusmed turn In its single leding rticle with sense both of relief nd expecttion relief becuse y knew tht leer, t ny rte, y were secure from clptrp nd bnlity; expecttion becuse, wher or not y greed with conchisions, y were certin see problem of dy hndlerl by mster of cler. thought nd pure English." Tlit "mster." is still politicl edir, nd ssocited with him re number of most brillint writers of dy. Sir Chrles St:writer will, we believe, exercise controlling influence on busin.s side. This is his gretest venture, mt we hope it will prove most successful. He occupies highest plce in dily journlism ever ttined by member of our Church. The Licensing Act, Under this Act time during which' inxictinr, liquor my be supplied for consumptimi on or off licensel premises is limited eight hours in country nd nine limns in Metropolitn given rho Ierensing Justices Os,,Irn those hours hll be. In ietropolitn re permi tied bourn on week-dys re between 11 in morning nd 11 t night, with brek of t lest two hours fter noon. The hours for Sundy, Christms Dy nd Good Fridy re five, nd two of se must be between 12 nd 3 in fternoon, nd three between 6 nd 10 in evening. The " trde " hg exerted itself strenuously continue n interim rrngement, by which publichouses were open till 11 t night. The public Piess hs gret extent fvoured this, nd even suggested tht if Justices decided upon erlier closing it would be violtion of ir trust. The 11 o'clock rule hs hil most pernicious effects. Convictions for drunkenness hve lrgely incresed. nd permbulrs outside licensed houses t tht lte hour hve furnished pitible spectcle. The influence on home life hs in mny instnces been deplorble. Thu Aft in Opertion. We hve been g1.1 notice tht in mny cses tier Justices,hve fixed hour of closing t 10 p.m. The churches nd tempernce orgnistions hve been wide w.ke. Appreciting full desirbility of erly closing, ir repre.nttives hve ttended courts. in lrge numbers nd selected spekers hve cogently nd electively put cse ginst lte hipers. Ske Newingn ws first mud decide upon 10 o'clock, nd fter mgistrtes hd retired Doxology ws hertily sung. This Ws lso sung on steps of Shoredih Town Hll fmr decision ws nnounced tht in Tower Division, with' its licensed houses nd popultion of 900,000, 10 o'clock would be closing hour. At Kensingn, o, re ws remrkble enthusism in croevded court when sme decision ses nnounced. In suburbn London 10 o'clock will be closing hour, t Edmonn, Brnet,' Highgte, Croydon, Kingsn-on-Thmes nd Richmond. A word of prise should be given Rev. G. C'. Normndle, Hon. Sec. of London United Tempernce Council, who hs ttended most of courts, nd in vriety of wys exerted himself utmost- We hertily congrtulte him nd those ssocited with him on success of ir efforts. There re some disppointments on our side, but on whole we believe trde hs fred worse thn it nticipted.

9 NOV EMBER 10, 1021 THE PRIMITIVE METHODIST LEADER. 721 " Herts. Aflme." THE KINGDOM EXTENDING. By REV. F. This is title of " 107th nnul report of Wesleyn Methodist Missionry Society " (1.), nd it is clculted enlrge nd inflme every Christins hert. It hs been edited with literry skill, nd reports from mny lnds hve been Forked up in continuous sry, ech chpter heded with wonderfully-pt question from F. W. H. Myers' Sint Pul." It does us good in se difficult nd often discourging dys know how kingdom of God is dvertising.. Set ginst fct of home decrese. fct tht during 1920 this Society registered bptism of nerly 11,000 dult converts, nd tht t end of yer furr 24,000 were under instruction for bptism. " Herts Aflme " is full of joy of Christin ggression 0001 Christin conquest. Even Pope hs been telling his Crdinls tht " we must get beck Gospel," nd wht Pentecostl future for world if Rcmnism did get bck re! Conversions occur regulrly in city of Rome. 554 Itlin men hve boldly declmed mselves s seekers in one Mimion Hell, nd 43 hve joined church. " To- 'dy, in Itly, ggressive evngelism is lwys successful." No wonder, when ono psr cn my, " Our member do not know how contin mselves; y cnnot hide ir fith in Jesus." Dr. Coke, with " hert flme," died on his,wy Ceylon in 1814, but flme pssed on ors, nd -dy re is membership of nerly 1.0,000 in Ceylem, nd Christin community twice s lrge. They hve hd week of voluntry evngelistic effort throughout circuits of North Ceylon. The women, mny of thorn belonging leding fntilies, gve mselves hertily this cmpign, moving bout villges, clling ir neighbours ger, nd quietly but ernestly tell. ins m Gospel sry. We red of " unuchble outcsts " of Indi meeting nightly for worship nd instruction in Divine things. And think of this! " We hve now, in Hidrbd, Christin community of over 40,000, nd we hrdly dm pry for it be incresed, becuse need for intensive work is so gret." Turn pge, nd we red of Doms of Bnres registered criminl tribe under dily police supervision becuse 'of ir record, nd for long ' scvengers of city. But fter yers of lbour by one with flming hert, nine hundred of thousnd Doms in Benres re Christins. The city prison hs engge nd py scvengers becuse of lck of Dom prisoners who used do work. This wr-cry nd greeting of se chnged men is thrilling one, " To Jesus Messih shll be vicry! " nd y provide glorious illustrtion of His triumph. Belem we know it, report tkes us South Afric, nd tells us of Witwtersrnd...Mission in.trns. vel; which " uches not less thn 25,000 people every week, nd hrvests re being continully reped." One circuit reports tht three persons week, on verge, hve signified ir intention of leding, new life, nd hve been put on tril, while in Norrn Rhodesi " n verge' of one person hs been bptised nd received in full membership for every week in yer, while re_ hs been Convert from henism for :every week-dy nd two for every Sund," On West Cost God hs rised up modern John Bptist, n Ashnti mighty M spiritul power. Drin, lst lour months nerly 5,000 Ashntis hve been won for Christ." And wht Christin hert cn fil thrill over sry of seven hen. men who built mselves but in which gr dily coremu- J. SAINTY. nicte ir religious spirtions nd hope. tht moved m, until, s t ristrired;tettysts.ver,;,0_dtrcyoviehreyd by ir own church, nd ir number is two hundred. Behind ll this record of service nd success re is urge of Christin 'idel which mkes workers see solemn problems surrounding m nd weft still be dont. Worlduphevl hs rected ginst Christin propgnd. In Itly re is " strong revulsion of feeling ginst ll orgnised religion," nd " new enemyhs ppered in extreme Socilist element." A rection hs set in in Frnce, nd Christin work is more difficult thn it used be. " We re fishing with line rr thn with net." In Spin people re turning wy from ir Church, but rc not turning Christ. Still through much tribultion eone hve enter Kingdom of God. In smne plces Indi fierce nd persistent persecution hs be fced. Converts hve been beten or hve gee home be bullied or strved. Indin Ntionlism, sso coling Christinity with foreign rule, tends become nti-chrisiim. There hs been unusul orgnised opposition from this source. Then fmine in Ifidrked hs not only scttered thousnds of Christie., nd cused intense suffering multitudes mere, but it hs rised pologetic problem suggested by exclmtion of hung, believers, " We hve hd nothing but trouble since we were bptised.' The pthos of it surely sinks in our so-eery-esily-perturbed minds. How distreming it is red (under Indi) of " increse of drinking mong soldiers nd chnged officil ttitude on subject of tempernce "! Are se dys when drink hbit should be encourged? "The lbourers re few" points, problem s grve s ny. There re strtegic points be occupied, mss movements demnd shepherds of 'skill nd ptience, wful needs of distrcted nd godless world cll loudly for Christin postles. We cn red in ll this crucil need edm own missions. For in relm of worldevngelistion Methodism is one. It is pssion of Wesley nd of Coke nd_ of Thoms Russell nd of Dvid Hill nd of Frncis Asbury tht we need. There is still tempttion covet ch ief. sets Th rone, broken body nd shyed " Cn ye drink of My cup/" "Follow Me, nd I will mke you fishers or men." A series of specil efforts for reduction of trust debts hs just been held on Peterborough Second Circuit. At Cobden-street " A Pedlrs' Prde " on Ocber 20th rised 80, nd following week " Yo Olde 'Villge nd Wells Fire," orgnised by young people, relised 114. The whole church worked with enthusism for this record success, nd progrmmes were prticulrly ttrctive. At Rmsey sle of work nd dontions collected by ldies relised 60 for renovtions nd replls. This is lrgest sum rised by ono effort t this church. The nniversry ws held on Ocber 30th nd 31st, Rev. S. G. Delfield preching on Sundy nd, lecturing on " Heroes ndheroines " on Mondy. The congregtion. were good nd fine spiritul tmosphere previled. Woodsn Church nniversry ws held on Sundy, Ocber 30th, when Revs-W. T. Hosier ws specil precher. A " nte nd silver tree " wr unveiled by Myoress of Peterbortlugh on following Thu dy, Myor presiding..11,ev. S.. Delfield nnounced tht result of nniversry effort ws ver 24. Throughout circuit re exists spirit of loylty nd &erntion which is cuse for grtitude nd encourgement. Increses Strength- Reserve. 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10 722 THE PRIMITIVE METHODIST LEADER. NOVEMBER 10, n21 Churches nd People. Congrtultions continue rech us concerning excellence of Tempernce Supplement. Our correspondents re medilly thnked for ir pprecitive words. Much of prise is due RA, W. E. Goodreid for prt he ok in its conetructin. It is now 'question of pursuing Eductionl Cmpign which Supplement ws intended promote. We wnt lern of ctivities of District Tempernce orgnistions. The cll hs been t-en, cse fr Tempernce Eerforr church:, forcefully set ensue. A nte of dvnce should be sounded next Lord's Dy from ll Pulpits of denmintion. Theeretimlly s. Church we stnd in front tine of ll socil nd morl movements. We hve now n opportunity prove cur reel vlue. Prcels of Leder, s previoesly nnounced, contining Tempernce Supplement, men he obtined twenty-five for 3s. 6d., nd fifty fr 6s. 6d. crrige pid.... In Memory. They re not lost, but o'er hillcrest yonder, Aeries vlley strem, y rest t home, And though we seem fr s poles Amender, Just out of sight y wit for us come. 'Tws not in vin. Those lives so freely given, For home nd kindred n ltr I lve won, on field nd ocen tempestriven, A glosious lustre tht will never fde. Not ded, bet living in higher region, Nerer throne of Hiss Who died sve,, Within rnks of tht illustrious legion Who fr world ir lives rnsom gve. They live gin, die no more for ever, They reign triumphnt on mrtyr's throne. They sing with joy, for pin nd deth cn never Touch those Bing bee celled be His men. So!ny One Who giveth consoltion Pour heling bb ere every broken hert, And grnt ech stricken soul reved- Of tht new life where loved re never pert. Bournemouth. W. T. Gomm. The Leds; Russin Childeen's Fmine Fund continues elicit sympthies of our reders. The Leder set out with hope of rising 1,000. This will be more thn ccomplished. We must, however, not cese yielding our henries impulses while children ere dying nd dying for food. Here is, portion of nee cmel sttement lmed by Ntionl (Russin) Fund Committee The indescribble condition of children will be btter imdertod when it is relised*. when ny food t ll is obtinble from officil source, it coneiste of bout 3 ounces of blck. bred (rede from erth, thistles, leves, husk, nd possibly smll proportion of rye) nd plbe et thin wtery stuff clled " soup," beef ingredient of which is generlly emflower seeds! Cn nything moss inppetising or less stisfying be mgined?. One eye-witness, writing from Russi, Sv I know of one ese n which child who heel collepred from sheer innition, cused by persistent- strvtion. Wes eten by dogs in 'he mrket plce! ' The Leder Fund. Tor String Hussies Children hs now: reched sine of s. 3d. All tine-tuns sent us re eknewledged is our columns. All moneys _tent, Oen, nynde pewilile Dir,.Penni-1 tire Air/lioititi Icerriir, Pnit-itigonetreet, London. E.C. 4,,..ev The third number Of " Quest nd Conquest," qurterly `Mow& of E. Londm Mission, hs in. been issued. The superintendent, Rev. Joseph Johnson, is be congrtulted both upon its style nd contents. It is brimful of interest, every pge throbs with ctivity. Comprtively few of= our people, however, know vst re covered by Miseion's ctivities. To ssemble twelve churches nd mission ImIls under one hed is biggest ex-, periment ever ttempted within our Church, n (Poch plce is locted mong! poorest centres of London's dense popultions. The whole conception of Mission is. brve ttempt influence purer life London's submerged res. Necessrily socil week must be distinctive feture of ech centre, nd for this be t ll source of help much money must, be expended The Vice-President (hfr.. C. K. Wtkinson, J.P.) hs just spent hevy week-end t Birkenhed, where he ddressed public meeting t Mount Tbor Church on Sturdy night, preched twice on Sundy, nd spoke t Methodist Union nd Frternity meeting n Mondy. Ifr. Wekinson's visit ws source of delight lrge udiences tht ssembled By deth of Mr. Willim Weed, of Myfield-grve Church. Nottinghm, our church in Midlnd city hs lest one of its most dietieguislied officils, He pssed wy lst week t n dvnced ge. For mny yers he served on City Council, for long period e Councillor snd fee' lter yers s Aldermn. Throughout, whole of its hisry he ws ssocited with church t Myfield-geove, nd ws most loylly ttched re nd exemplry in his devotion. As locl precher he served ll pulpits wi.th mrked cceptnce At Mnchester ministers' frternl held t College, pprecitive references were mde work of Rev. W. Cooper in 3lenchestsr. Regret ws- expressed tht he ws leving. On behlf of frternl, Principe' presented Mr. Cooper trvelling Cse, expensing dmirtion of ll inesnliers of Mr. Cooper's offer for missionry work, nd good will nd pryers of ll in his undertking. Mr. Cooper spoke of joy he hd lwys found in fellowship with his bror ministers, At -recent municipl election t Newbury Mr, J. H. Thompson heded poll in weed he contested. The election is tribute one widely known nd honoured in borough. He hs served wn in mny wys, chiefly in socil nd philnthropic spheres. Few men hve drwn wrds mselves by simple goodness nd tireless service in ny community mere regrd nd,esteem thn hs Councillor Thompson. As Sundy school superintendent, locl precher nd chere.h officer he hs through minty yers fithfully served church et Brtholomew-street. The Endevour Yer Book, edited by Rev. K J. T. Bgnell! hes just been published, nd is fell of informtion for Endevourers. It conteins numerous l-tides on ims nd work of Endevour, ger with mny phogrphs. The Strie oriste of Issie summer will pprecite reproduction of phogrphic group. The Yer Book- should hre n.extensive sle. It will -be wry extensive if merit decides eireultion, (r. Je. Sivil retined hie Lion s 'Councillor t rho - munieiml election by mjority of 566. Courreillee Siv is ineresinel. winning his wy influence in I e corporte life of borough, Mnchester bistniet Gephnge Clm:mittee re be congrtulted upon mccene of ir recent effbrn beduilf elf eifflehisinge tend. A Seciemert Ws 91s4d ih higher Ardteide Seireellrobte use NO., her 2nd. Mr. T. Molloy presided, nd prevlent pf,inusio ws given by Altrinehm P.M. Prize Choir, under ble conducrship of Mr. J. A. Hill. The proceeds from effort were 27 16s. Amongst se tking prt were Mr. nd Mr. W. Bentley, J. T. Dobbins, Mrs. Gorey nd clm.. Councillor Smuel Sprosn begn les pprenticeship publeo life with perish councils, serving (,hell from. beginning or Councillor nd e s Chirmn. Eleven yers go, when sit Pottery wns were federted s county borough, lie ok his set in lrger council chmber t Ske-on- Trent, nd ] retined it' without brek. After prying Itie dminietrtive cpbilities in difficult nd responsible position of chirmn of Wtch Cmmittee for three yeses, lie mnes t sixty chief mgistrcy by Council's nunircrue vote. A self-mde mn with well-stied mind, business instincts, generous nture, nd descended from n excellent Primitive sck, he is loyl his noestel trditions nd devoted his Church, serving it s school superintendent nd ssistnt circuit stewrd. He is regulr t- Sbbth morning nd evening worship, nd t fter-service pryermeeting. He tkes lively nd ctive interest in ll tht concerns " mor circuit, " nd Connexion, evidencing his pride in his Church by ppointing his superintendent minister s his ohpl,in nd holding " officil service " t our Jubilee Church, Tunon November 23th, test Sundy teeming fter his-election Good news come from Tlks Circuit of movements forwrd under inspiring ledership of Itee George Fe-nby. At Kidsg,rove re hs been prtil collpse of old chpel. But new trust hes been frmed, nd it is grppling heroiclly with difficult sitution, nd t sme time seeking such spiritul -uplift is lredy leding renewl of evngelistic ctivity, At hed of circuit site hs been secured s centre for reereetion for young people, whose spiritul itemsts, fr from being overlooked, re engging constnt concern of minister nd people. Lst week Rev. C. P. -Groves, B.A., RD., sntched opportunity mke two se- three brief visits Hrtley College. He spoke ll men in Common Room, eiddressed Missionry Study Circle, nd visited some of men in ir own studies, where little groups of men were ble sk questions nd -tlk freely on missionry mtters. The visit ws most highly pprecited. Mr. Grove's presenttion of sitution ws extremely vluble nd intensely interesting. His tlks were of gret help students, nd ll felt quiet chrm. -of his personlity. The visit will be long remembered. The circuit stewrd of Gteshed Second, Mr. S. A. E. Elfin,, hs keen elected Gteshed Town tbuneil by e vote mons thn double e o: his opponent.... Shotley Bridge Circuit hve mted over 2300 for rililtions, in gm-weir industril depression, nd Blyclon Circuit over The young, men of Gee 'Cress, Woolley Circuit, hve spent mny dys during long period of unemployment in clening pths round -school ciehpel, nd conemting nd cementing m ; in pinting spouts, windows, woodwork imide schoolroom; in whitening ceilings, etc., sving trustees t lest Elo We ore gld report severl of young men hve recently been received in church membership At recent,municipl,electien t Lowesft Mir. OCOMO iltlitortil - sset Mr. John itushiste, bow Kir est -Pre.olters, herded poll in ir 'muds with mbetntiell Mteoritiee.. v 4 Mr, W Stred, citeuit teteeter of Mencheter Twelfth Circuit, ilnis brss tu- stlled Worshipful Mster of Mn- heter Epworth Lodge of Frennsom, which Lodge is composed entirely of Methodists belonging one or or of Methodist bodiee Rev. J. Lennonth, who lst week underwent -n opertion in Norwich nursing home, - is now progressing fvourbly One Pee telrct Church hs experienced glories revivl. The members re invigmtedennd quickened in interest, nd mny of dherents hve trde ir decision fr Christ Mt. Chrles E. Brnoriough proved s meet vigorous nd eonvisoing evngelist. The services were well sostined, nd his lecture on his life's sry on Mondy night ws gretly enjoyed by crowded udience.,86: Hitchin in Meets rnd Bede reports substntil progrm At twenty-first nnimmry, held 'recently, glowing tributes were pid work -of Rev. M. Rimed, nd it ws reported tht redsings for yer mondnd RM. The erection of school nd institute is in prospect, red outlook of society wee never so bright s t, present..... Councillor Speed hs gin been re- Mimed Birkenhed Town Conned t hed of poll..,.... Durhm Licensing Justices met lst week fr purpose of fixing hours for sle of drink. Rev. J. S. Nightingle cted s spokesmn for Free Church nd -tempernce orgnistions, nd pleded tht closing hour might be not lter thn The trde contender) for 10.30, nd justices decided upon 10 o'clock, nd csdse.,nlotesilmsol.n.. tioneen remitvilrtlettbtsliv; over licensed holism. A copy of reselution ws sent M Home Secretry,, lt On Fridy lest, joint meeting of clergy nd Free Ctinreli ministers of Boln nd neighbourhood wee held in Bln Prish Cheth, when Bishop of Mnchester, Dr. Temple, delivered two remrkble ;ddresses 0,1 " The Tsk of Chinch Tody, Doctrinl nd Prcticl." It is first of its kindtn direction of Christin -unity, end sin ll heds won pronounced success. As udience of 120 clergy nd menistei.s responds/i tended t!!,- Robinson, J. Cwley nd J. H. Wtkins. The wish ws expressed tht periodiol gringe such s m should be held. Alvn loge ws tken of visit'of - President of -Conference thrdiff for meeting of ll. Methosliet ministers of city. M. nieetisw ws held t Reth-rod Wesleyn Church, Reit. C. Rickrd (Wesleyn) peebled, nd most of Metliedist tinstere!of.!crdiff nd renrlis were present, Mr, Horn delivered n illuminting d-ess, nd frnk nd brorly inter- Then", of views billesved which cnnot fil be fruithil of ed. Mr. Horn ws wrmly thnked for his presence nd ddress... Theresere few churches Where. bet., -spirit prmils thn in our Doreehlod Church (Kenningt6n. Cirenit). It emil, nd sme bnd of honest ndfriendly men hve mintined reuse m from its erliest ;veers until new. At lest y hve lmost set. build ing free from debt. Or. Ocber,31st, -nd November Ist n bzr. wee held. which, though -rrnged in light-mug!quick time, brought in ELM. It ie sociecr of stedfst comrdes, mineser ws in higher spirits thn now..,... Mr. T. W. Wele,, trustee nd enterlls supporter of Smeembe Cheth, bee been eleuted r. member of Wllsey liorengh-couneil. Mr. Weele, Whe is nephew t lte Aldermn of 'Ludlow, 'wee returned s n Independent Liberl by. 'Lig mieritip in threeecernered contest in thnft EgromOist NVer/f.

11 NOVEMBER 10, 1921 THE PRIMITIVE METHODIST LEADER Est Hm New Schools. Seteredue, Ocber 29th, ws redletter dy t High-street South, Est Hm, when.w schools were formlly opened. Mho echoed, with 540 echolnsnd lifty-two techers, for mny yers dies been compelled use church nd lecture hll The time hd rrived.when better ccommodtin ws no:etery. Two Army huts were purchsed end hve been erected t rer of church, nd both inside nd outside-present plesing pple:nme. The hll, which will be known s th Memoril Hll, is lrge nd Fight nd dmirbly suited for its purpose, beeide being meet suitble for semi purpose. At opening crowd merbled l:ryloe being held outside condi...el by Rev. Albert Gooic.. Me Jmes Hll (circuit stewrd) welcomed Myor nd Myoress of Est Hm (Councillor A. H. Wisemn, J.P., nd Mr. Wisemn, J.P.). Mr. A. E. 17med mde presenttion his worship of silver key. After Myor hd unlocked doer people entered. nd quickly ok ir sets. The Myor presided, nd Rev. Clrk Hllm offered dedicry pryer: Next memoril tblet oontimng nmes of those who hd fllen in wr wee unveiled by Myoress, lrge congte,;tion stnding, Subsequently Me Arthur Shrpe mde sttement with ompe enterprise, nd nnounced Promises for ds:ny.t2r117dtz, ',!1.,:hT..fiNibe ectrute Pron behlf of Ntionl S.S. Union for 300; nd is loned free of interest. Anor lon Of 1200 free of inteeest hs lso been by Mr. A. E frowrd. The primry eohdlr e delighted udience with chores, fter Which peemittion of flowers ws mde Myoress nd Mrs. A. E. Howrd nd Mrs: C. E. Cotes, who received personl gifts of scbolrs. A lirogidly ttended te ok plce, nd in evening Strtford Conference Hell Choir gve concert full chureh, Myor presiding. Mr. Arthur Shrpe gve finncil sttement for dy's proceedings, nd it ws found tht over 150 hd been. liised. Sundy ws glorious dy. The officils gred t erly morning pryer norming. The morning service wee tken by Mr. W. Allen, of Seem Kings, In fternoon especil service ws held in new hll, presided over' by Mr.,A Armen, nd ddressed by Rev. A. Goodecre, who lso preched et night lrge congregtion. We thnk God for spirit of miter tht exists between officils nd people Jubilee Services. Sundy nd. Mondy, Ocber 30th nd 31st, hve been red-letter dys t Whitehll, Brisl First Circuit. Fifty Pers go fleet chpel (now used s schoolroom) ws- built in Whitehll. In celebrtion of jubilee fine pipe orgn dies vcntly been instlled in Mwr church. The jubilee nniversry serviesewere conducted by Mr. Griffin et morning nd Rev. J. T. Evns in evening, In fternoon es thnksgiving service ws keld, presided over by By Mr. A, Pope, who hes been connected with churth nerly fifty yers. Miss B. Woollnd, dughter of one of founders of church nd who ws herself present t opening, gve mot interesting :ccount of begieniegs of our church here, nd of its erly struggles nd triumphs. Rev. J. P. Ev. nd Mos. H. Brin lso ok Frt. On Mondyeef ter te, well- Attended ntublic meeting wee presided over by Mr. Job Leonrd..Inspiring ddressee were given by Messrs. A. Pope, R. Bieim H. Jones, Miss Woollnde nd MesoLunes Pope, Brrett, Jones nd Nish (ll of whom were connected with only hisry of church). The nniversry hs peen gret inspirtion, old hymns, nme, nd splendid open-ir service being entinmisticltv entered woo, end brineing bck something of tee oldtin. spirit. At gret Locl Option niece, in Ville Mrin, Dougls, Rev. Wm. C. Russell Nested deep impression by speedo in which he cot question in light of teching or Jesus. Brnrd, Cstle Centenry. Primitive Methodism in Brnrd Covey dtes from utumn of The oniesioners cme from Drlingn, nd society ws formed of nine person. TIM numbers rpidly grew, becuse when Willim Clowes pid visit in following Februry he found 120 members. The fine society worshipped in room. in Theengte, but fterwrds removed in Gry-lme. A chpel nee soon built. For severl yers Brnrd Cstle ws brnch of Hull Circuit, nd it n incleded Middlen - in - Teesdle, Kendl nd Brogn. In 1841 it wee mde in e circuit, exctly eighty yers go. Since n Kendl Muldleem, sd; Brough Circuits hve been crved out of it. The present beutiful church ws built in 1887, nd is out of debt. Following on visit of Rev. Smuel Person, of Tynelnouth, who preched. dd lectueed on Ocber 20th, present minister, Rev. Peter McPhil, preched centenry sermons on Sundy, Ocber 23rd. He sketched bckground of evngelistic movement of Primitive Methodism, hundred yers go, so tht difficulties our frs hd bee could be pprecited. The precher on Sundy, Ocber 30th, ws Rev. T. J. Gllwin, of York, whose sermons were rrestive nd much pprecited. Alter evening service n orgn recitl ws given by Mr. T. A. Kidd, Gteshed, with nms by choir, under conducrship of Mr. W. Cotes, nd solos by Mise Tipldy nd Mr. F. Lowe. The progrmme ws listened by full church. Mr. 'I'. Prkinson presided. The centenry meeting, held on Ocber 31st, ws in truest sense gret. Mr. George, Elliott nd Mr. Aln Rmsden were riell in reminiscence, reclling heroic ministers nd lymen, often musingly, nd lwys with emultion. Rev. T. J. Gldevin forcibly insisted on responsibilities of church membership -dy. An interesting fethro of meeting ws presenttion Mr. G. Elliott of n illuminted ddress in recognition of his loom nd distinguished service, hving filled every office of church nd school for exceptionlly long periods. R.. Peter McPhil mde tion, nd ws suitbly cknowledged by. Mr. Elliott. As ws fitting, Rev. J. Hwkins presided. The meeting ws in every wy memorble nd worthy of occesien. South Wles District Conference. On Thursdy, November 3rd, President of Comference tteselect district conference, held t Sttionstreet, Newport. He ws cconipenied by Vice-President nd Secretry of Conference nd Rev. J. Tolefree Prr. The morning session ws for Ininisters only. The Ptesident j5yesided, nd spoke most persusively on " Pssion for Souls." Rev. W. Overn opened converstion, in which severl of brethren ok prt, nd most grcious influence rested upon conference. At lencheon which followed, Vice-Peesident, in thnking Sttic:II-street friends ler ir g,eherous hospitlity, lso delivered letiehtful ddress. in keeping with ddresses of morn* session. At tho fternoon session Rev. W. Tootell presided, nd re ws lrge; ttendnce of delegtes, Rev. J. Toler IVO Prr delivered truly gret ddress on " Perre Evngelism." It ws. most convincing ple For personl effort win souls for Christ. Bev. W. W. Price effectively opened converstion, in which mny of delegtes ok prt, nd President deem( cenvers.tion with very suggestive nd impressive ddress. A e-tble conference. ws held on " elotho-list 'Union," when Vice- President spoke 'nest eloquently nd ce,evinringly. Ho woe followed by Secretry of Conference nd Weeeyen :rid Unitst Metholist sneerintendeoe minister's of wn. All eddresees were on, very legit level, llele mch impressed three compny- present. A gret public meeting folloecelepeesidel over by Mfr. C. J. Yosines, vice-she...eel. erne, Mr. T. C. Rogers. Rev. J. Teeefree Prr spoke en " The Legue of Ntions,' Mr. C. K. Wtkinson on "Sundy-schools nd Work Amongst Young," nd Rev. S. Horn on "The Chllernge of Age Church." It ws very fine meeting, end fitting elem... very remrkble confene, which cnnot fell stimuli,te churches of district for Winter's work. It ws decided send messge of good will Wshingn Conference. - Rev. J. H. Bedford exprcpsed cordil thnks il who hd contributed mke et memorble dy in hisry of district. Whiteghpel Mission., Son,-The response my ppel for 2,600 th meet specil needs of our work lies been most grtifying Mrs. Jckson nd myself. With stimulus given by Sir W. P. Hrtley's generous gift tl of s. 2d. hs been received. Mv_heiliest thnks re ten.' dred ll friends who hve so cheerfully Assisted me. The wrm nd kindly greetings, lso good wishes, I received will mke remembrnce of my eteventy.first birthdy nd fortyefofth nniversry of my ministry in Est London frgrnt nd inspiring. e : ; 0310r.1 (Ye e.1lk etolyelo,dgz 1; Mrs. ; Mr. T. Crook, 1; M. Y. le, 5s. ; Too Friends, e6 ; Brunswick Hll C.ES.. 1 ; Mrs. A. sser, 2s. 6d.; Mrs. E. Hrvey, ls. ; Messrs. Hrvey nd Sons, 13s., Mfrs. E. G. French, 1; Anon., 2s. lid.; A Friend, 1). N. D.. 1 ; Mr. \V. Mllinson, J.P., 10; Mr. J. Brown. 2s. 6d. ; Mrs. Mjor, 2s. 6d. ; Mr. Eggien, 5.0. ; A Friend (Newbury), 5s. ; A Friend (Brnksome). 1; Newbury P.M. Women's Meetings, 1; Sly. S. Sewrd, 1 ls. ; Mrs. F. (Wlk-len), ; Thnkful, 10s. ; Mrs. L. Keen, 1; Rev. J. T. Ilrkby, 2; Mrs. J. L. Smith, 10s. ; J. Thorne, 5s.; Rev. T. A. rybus, 2 10s.; Rev. Dnzy Sheen, Is. 6d.: Mrs. Clre, "In Memo, of Rev. J. Clre," 5s.. ; Mr. nd Mrs. T. W. Turner, 5 5s. ; prt proceeds of services y Rev. T. Jckson, Newbury Circuit, 7 10s. ; Insmuch (Gorden Villge, Wrexhm), 1 2s. proceeds of lecture by Mr. H. Perkins t Northwood, ES ; Helper (Wootn Bssett), Al. THOMAS JACASON. 279, Wbitechpel-rod, London, E. 7. Bzrs 11/ Specil Efforts. A successful bzr ws bold in Public Hll, Hslingden, from Ocber 26th 29th. The openers on Erse dy were Councillor J. Cordingley, of Morecmbe. nd Mr. S. Heywood, of Presn, both old scholrs. On second dy Councillor T. Worsley ws chirmn nd 31r. R. Wddingn, M.P., Hoe opener. The third dy ws ldiee dy, Ldy nfeden, of Bcup, being opener nd 'Miss 31. E. Brn president. Sturdy morning ws devoted children, A lrge compny ssembled. Mster Jim Schofield, Ise well. grndsoio of sinted Themes Sohofield, presided, Bliss Phyllis Bird being second president nd Miss Alice Down opener. The boomer ws re- 'opened fternoon by Mr. Wr. urn (n old scholr), Councillor S. Pilling (circuit stewrd) presiding. Rev. et. Hill hs been blysupported throughent by willing hnd of workers, locl ministers lso ttend. ing meetings dy by dy.. When Mr. E. Schofield ( ,) nnounced result s e1,,468 re wm pet rejoicing nd Doxology ws sung. dontion of 22s. Hlf-hour concerts were given by celebr.d Bon-Bons Pierrot Prty, nd living wxwrks exhibited. The bzr hs been gret sue.. The tl proceeds mounted The gret centenry bzr, held t St. Sepulchreetreet, Scrborough First, on Ocber 26th 290, hs been crowned. with success. The sum of 1,050 ws tken, in ddition 373 promised conditionlly by Crnegie Trustees. The bzr ws opened first dy by Mrs. IV. Moe lnd. Chirmn, Conn. W. Reyes, J.P. On second dy by Miss Ryner, chirmn, Ald. Sir Chrles Str mr. On third dy by over 100 children. chirmn, Mr. T. Horn. The purses were received be Mrs. Sellers On Mondy following ll workers gred for thnksgiving meeting. IN MEMORIAM. Mr. Thoms Reyno,, On Ceter. 27th Mr. Thmess by nolds, of Sutn Wever, Cheshire, - pssed wy, fter strenuous creer extending over seventymine yeers. When his life begn socil, eductionl nd indoostril conditions in Runcorn nd Widnes wore sdly ed. V 6.1,0 dvncement of youth who hd rely entirely upon his own energies. Hppily he posseseel robust ronetitution nd of will-power whirls overcme difficulties ; nd Me mutely he succeeded in securing pose. Lion which sod test even of resent trying yers. Mr. Reynolds hoe long connection with our church, nt rendered much vluble service in different loelities in which he resided. Ile wet men of unusul intelligence nd of sound judgment. A deeply religious mn, but with nothing of " unco grid " bout trim, ho lved do good in quiet wys ; very hospitble, he loved entertin good men, snot enjoyed ir fellowship. The funerl service ws conducted by Rev. J. S. White nd J. 5 Phillithon, nd interment ok piece on Ocber 31st t Holsby., Mrs. Stines. The pssing of Mrs. Lily Stines cme s rel blow our Grnge Vill Chord, (Stnley Circuit). The decesed, who ws in her twenty-fourth ye., hd been connected with church frm' childhood nd gve of her very best Church she loved: As techer, member of choir nd Endevourer, mny good impression ws mde by her singing nd speking, nd influence of her rennetent nd fithful witness will remin for mny dy. The sun of her life set OR lst Sundy in Ocber. Her sufferiegs were severe, but her confidence never wvered, nd with simple fith nd rel ssurnce she pssed over silent river in compny with Him she loved Me John Grner. "He nes n outstnding personlity, nd gretest soul I hve known in Primitive Methodism." So wrote Rev. C. L. Tudor when he lerned of pssing of his friend Mr. John Grner, of Spurstcw. For more thn fifty yers, Mr. Gmer, who t his homeeoing ws still society stewrd nd school superintendent, hd served his Mster nd churoh t Spwrsw. Multitudes hd I l ffection ri t which "r e rsosieiy g:'d e 'l A three dp' bzr in connection held ws reveled in pet gring with centenry celebrtions ok :t hollered on November 1st. plce. t Rise Crr Church, Drlingn, Memoril services were conducted by n Ocber 26th, 27th nd 28thh. The ;Rev, IV. B. Tunley. E Inghm, '1'. II. opening ceremony ws performed by :Berrymn nd C. L. Tido, Revs. Mrs. T. W. Prkin, who gve hndsome dontion of 10 10s. The Myor A. Luc. (son-in-lw) were lso present, W. 0. Brrett (Wesleyn) nd George: (Councillor Sen Leng, J.P.) presided nd gve 2. On second dy Mrs. G. IV. Brown opened bzr The Free Church service will he held nd gve 25 ffie, nd our vetern choirmster. Mr. D. Northll. presided nd Church, Mrylebone, Upper George- on Armistice Dy in Presbyterin gee 5 5s. On third. dy street, Ede-Wre-rout ner elrble br wes opened by scholrs, ir Arch. no Fridy next, November 11th, centributions being OS 12s. 64. Mrs. t 3.30 pm. Rev. R. C. Gillis. M,A., P. 5. 3Lson received gifts nd gve President, will conduct sme.

12 724. THE PRIMITIVE METHODIST LEADER, NOVEMBER 10, 1921 services & Prechers. Helloes ere!perled for yer et ohargs DI On! U;rtw PtIzigNg. K Th% Rod. 11, '". J. r II. Hrsh. 7,!'"eZ., Kt -THAMES, Richmond Rod. C. Hrries. 6_10, Re, J. E. PLchgA Egt. Hill. 11 R. 6.30, Rm. It. Rind, B.A.. ".SY'ld1G!')!1"7,LIterf "1: 1. -eettṣ7 SttgrgrASEL. Centrl MiesInn. Bloc. Tem Rod, N.E. U. nd 7. Rev. J. G. VVEX-17IPSTEAD, Mill Lone. 11,. F. WEV.d.rloirjrlT; trmdl.'1 Rev. IV. M. Kelley , Mr. T. H. Kitchen. PROVINCIAL. "'="673iNIV.. C'vnebThr."eribireig ire from rdwey lot li )r1e1nl Fr met. I.4,54 Rev. J. H. Hirst. 6.30, Mr. J. H. L BIRMINGHAM, Tldle.r. Liest,A1., Rev. A. Bid'ecddwerrlgley. It nd 6.30, Rev. BIRMINHAM, Strtford Rod, SbrldilL Rev. Dvid Cooke. CCntr3 Pier) Trrs..V5r. 1;! td tezitit, ROAD nd 6.30, Rev. '.1,(4)Viii'or77.1'1 1g1) (North Shore) 'N61.1.1'7ii.j.1!,11d1i1.LNEs0Mg. Poole LW"' d "Rev. W. Fisher. 6.30, Mr. If. nelsv,1,94, 14,?.".YPTIZPIritc.;".`Tv? 'fisher. ROAD. Priggsl7. 11, BOirRdi101tiddit 1,9/itlxiL fie Red:M-.'. H "..- ADIORD, Centrl nd IDIVidilrrON"' Rev, C. T. 6.30, H. Edwrd, Edw t. f r J d n s ḥ. Ridnett. DRIATON, Le,,,rgcon R 11 ond 6.30, London.d nd 6.30, G. W. MeniCey. cla:znie;tial";d. 71f1iwes731,nt.Plf. rm lg, Rey. H. Holtby,. R.1). 6.30/ Iley. W. W. Prsons. 11 nd 6.30, (11?Y 71tr'ft.riltd.""'"d. 6.1ezZAtm 1,'AIT,15- C SCehle ;cower 1,7h4.1% An enrn. FALMOUTH, Chpel Terrce. 1'. I'd' F. 'LE TWOD D. Room F. 1.,Ggictle e lhe.!;1`17.1*,:i ie:,.q. FIRST, Prince, A crime Church. MANCHESTER. InrS Chr nd 6, /ler. T. H. MORECAMBE, Pride, Streei, Olre , 1,14;rF. Drn,.440. PARLIAMENT SYRSEY ORMICH , J. Spoor. 6.30, Rev. F. Ern 81%3IFIIP TO :OA nd 6.. TU mimos. gi'll ' 6.* Rev. wtelie'sigtioṙwd 14:47'en B"1..wEIBTF:d1.0441clide.l'jri;1 ;;; jr; Gill, who entered higher Meeoe from tr11t.. f:drierer.yiedd:n17/9)... N= H`Tio,,,tb.rHigh171,...ETAgrj?"17 our God fr memory ed e."scr nd Mor. nd Effie Geld Bob. Reynolds- Wittigr trp= em. IIATEOe. in threw memory of Jils, beloved -wife of Wm. J. Hysom, AM.% EVANGELISTS' ENGAGEMENTS. Aerie, "dr fell Noverrebe,r 7th, Z20.,.. MR. CHAS. E. BARRAC OOOOO 1.10 sonn Kenneth fib. of Rev. ber...t, Hil Orhorsl. Yorke. Willim O. cv Mrs. Hpnter. who nmed SISTER Hmele., November 1.1). ELLEN (MRS. DANDO).-Applbt. silent memories xe reclled with t'rreveenrfd'p'rel=d7rkr-ititp.d". silent ter.-from Mons. nd 1111, In memory rrr LONDON Pthiglyg belored.,r Mri:own bousert.- nti entegrth! Clelesti witrt=triotr7=eilt:rerifir Horne,,1 No oe nd November formtion sep i promptly- p Rev, G. U. Nom 9th, Witth Jen in..., 7thces... u l -IXdone Trd:D. h1et fge;44.7=threreigteleiotrzst27.rded MINISTERIAL CHANCES & ENCACEMENTS TYNESIDE PRIMITIVE METHOmitr COUNCIL Primitive Methodists removing h,, Chnge. in TY...0 will be directed onr nerest new. J. Cousin from Crven Ann Tr7:47Aliet..T. " The Womn's Book," Jwd 7s. 6d. ; must "Rilwys," by G. S. Dickson, 7s. 6d.; 'go 4. ez mulss,..r::i ir..147stl "Insects Shown Children " ; rgtọnl de. Idees.Z.M. izz "The Wrinkle Book," by Archibld Willims, 7s. 6d. (Thoms Nelson nd Win?: 1Voeireef:=21.`''' Sons)..WARD.-On 2thviimber 3rel,, t Clow, Ville- Boy. T. kewr! "d Mrd. MARRIAGE. ODNEY.IiENSHALL.-November.. t Oen. nre'rifll!t'ffry R"e'F, bury. Wm. 6tnthy Cthney El e A....ll, dughter oi Rey. nd Mrs. Hem N-111 Hire. Sth inst t 9.1! Primitive Methodist Cluirch. 11 Seth, West Bromwich) by Rev. Thoms Snes e, of bridegroom) wisted by Rev. Willim Dudley, Leintelmt Jon. Hre. cegy sou M Mr. Mrs. J. A. Morn of Lombrd S... Meet West Brnthich, Hild O. eldest GOLDEN WEDDING. ;:linc Elizbeth o Althorns, ne. t Minister. P.ry R'. S'IlniTtereiDITTIrgdortt DP, SILVER WEDDING. Incif2Aff,V111. thrttilgt.'1:4! T. Btemn, Jmes Milford, Ing 11.71i, 230. Mr. E. Howrd. 1,14:.:PersltrU(7.1,91re'sg. re.fer. Leder; 73, F Ingdoe NLWCABTL[ ON-TVNl, Centrl Church. DEATHS, nl Ilev. S. Horn. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13. OOLE.-The Lyn Tberncle hs suffered on. tgirgitii=sr;eozldeneiseirg LONDON nd SUBURBS. NEAM W dlet7r4d 1316L,nter:IROLIly. Trm or Trin from gedderemed irmelyigelridtife4i c Tb rk he 000 clod gret er nd vice. Th Interment look Dlee t Wl- Vet. I. eired14,!-7: NORTNAM PION, Kettering '"d' 7ILod zh T. Wigley,.u.;6..ier sergoe mu conducted ondsimer ' Rod. 8.R'.. 11 Rev. P. H. Clrk. Armstrong. NOTTINGHAM FIRS DINEDALE.-On Ocber- 712Rd, t 30, Rom T, 6.30', "Ili. rel7dr Street, Thwites, Keigh:eY, JrtnIl- 11 Street. nd Vt1".4. 1-g- tsdos7 nigh 11:54`;Ves.ks. cd lieringd Rod log Acre.). See wy." G Thursdy, 20th, l Leg WIAedigle, iljd;g111e=ed1mil. bonr., Loth Oircuit,im OcWill Grve, PoiWegjiitiv:ZM IL/Fe I'?Z:k1:7; CALE:Vil itd:11".)t'grer or Mrk. f?",, nd 6.30, Mr. N. "dd _ril.cidisnesdy, November t 70. Ro,. 11 nd_ Rev. W. J. Price. Vue Arno[ Sur.derlnd. Edith, be- POilridliTH, Ath um., som:ise P17."8R.' nyo'lit.'673r1it. tilditttr9vek relti OlVd LL, 11, s'ifii.r61.11fr!:1723yo!`itfs: VgiC.' K li.gittld720)rt "dseitittyt."/zysetirr Churc h. Rev. G. Rev. J. W. Gryson. The Lim. Dvenport Street. Melm.ld. Hrriett..ed 60, widow of Ube l. ev. "drp-d.r 1r1r.11X.1.j td."grtt;vn.'el, W. J Kinklnd Interred Mce De- E. 11, Mr. t;'n./'. Merry.nvetith. field Uemetery:Thursdy, November 1., HAL..r" SCARBOROUGH, JubileeptAteeteen Wlk). Jeg 41.7%. :115,re.C.'Elt:td3...:t.h:141d T'el nolitiplioili4t; 11. jr. t:p1 nror=dty. Irii:.froly"rd"l'he * PliVg.-.-On Ocber 3rd t New Street VIVIIretrPger(d6 Zillit.'d1Vterenne rest. "Until dy' Arike tho Tth. mred 46 yers, devoted Gil of Genrge M ley, soot home God. eo RY340 Ithn. Vt 7921 Thon7rEfh"dr metigr , t $01.h Y ohy. Olbe:31Tl. 1k, 12f.nilr NA AR ides n M MM. t his lirsr u'r,l'f'11.14,141;1 T.O Rod. Most Willim Te gr ' dirrt.n Y:-Aldermn ESIREGROM, E Livot gn ne.11, South Pefully wy in his 77th yer.. At reet. Lii.7,11 Street. 11.d 6.30.,rev. F. W. MISSORIA ARROWSMIIII."-In. memory of Sergi. Etkeur Arrowsmith, eldest of Mr.nd ceif. irsnotiss,1117.'rifobszr"e Mr D. An -rem/smith, Stfford. Allied in Action in nme, November 61.3) do FRANCE. PARIS, Methodist Church 14, Roeo.eeg.eli.1,3eWceo,,11,1,1e1 11, Resident Mni. of or deer nd t o eon, Albert nn PG. f=1:.,"ssee'rittts!col=n,i4..lthx. no.. Lem... Howe, LemIngn-n.syne, Chnges in DPORD AND SittPLET PROGITY71 Arm Moe nd W. J. Tubb, from.31 stiwzomerr Conscm.-PrnltIve Fifth. this District will Method.. he directed Rm. W. Gr, from Abbeydle, Sheffield. m or eon. chile. if Informtion is Enggements for er -ter.gronilvt11,1tedierliviḷ ltdrrlfirk..v. L. H. Wood. Grimsby First. Births, Mrriges, Deths. BOOKS RECEIVED. Interntionl Lesson. An Old World Missionry Sry, Jonh, Messenger Nineveh. Jonh 1. iv. November 20. By WILFRED R. WILKINSON. The book of Jonh is prophetic, prble. It is not hisry. There my be ctul hppenings embodied in it, but y re not re for ir hisricl vlue, but for teching purposes. Let se fcts settle point of view nd n y., re no difficulties bout fish swllowing Jonh nd gourd tht grew sou perished quickly. They re ll prts of beutiful nti wonderful sry which is intended tech fine lesson. The Jews t time bek ws written were proud nd exclusive. They expected God's kingdom be estblkled by de. struction of Gentiles. They would not let mselves think tht Gentiles might be brought repent. nco nd God. In this sry Jonh, s representing Jews, is mde se tht hen belong God. He loves thou with compssionte regrd. The work of His chosen people. is mke God kii.-n Gentiles, mho will receive Him. (1) The Cll of Jonh.-Nineveh ws wicked city, by its own wickedness mking itself lips for destruction. There ws nothingselse could crne if its evil continued. God did not wnt it be destroyed. He wnted it be sved. Therefore he bde Jonh go nd be His messenger this needy, ignornt people. Jonh did not wne go, prtly becuse he ws frid of tsk nd prtly becuse he did not feel ny pity for people of Nineveh stirring him desire ir good sufficiently enble him fight down his fers. H. refore rn wy. The inglorious prt of cowrd lvs his He went nd pid his fre go by p Tbrshiell; wrmed get dwelt.'71ye Ws lett er: othtilen cnnot run wy from God, for God is on se,. nd would hve been t Trshish. He embrked, - gret srm rose, nd silors, superstitious thjet, determined cst lots find' out who ws cuse of distress. The lot fell on Jonh. Ho ws thrown overbord. A gret fish held him cp, tire nd n threw him up on -dry lnd. At lest Jonh lernt tht re is no escpe from God. (2) Jonh's Second Cll-Agin God bde Jonh go Nineveh. He went, my be ferful nd concerned for himself. It ws gret city. He begn prech. His pr.ching ws wrning. " In forty clys Nineveh shll be thrown down." The effect of his preching ws overwhelming nd speedy. The people turned MAW. They proclimed 11 fst, nd ll of m in deep repentnce prostrted mselves holores God.. Thi kin -cfgdmettri:',7, nger might.be turned bck gin rid y might live. When God sw tht ir repentnce ws rel He chnged Hie mind concerning m, nd forgve m, led determined spre m nd ir city. Forgiveness is.re when repentnce is rel. (3) Jonh Jew.-When Jonh' 's Tot:IS,TWeiTieg found tht Nineveh dos not be desire,. he ws ngry. His personl pride ndhis ntionl - pride were uched. His word ws mde flse, nd th. hen were being treted by God s if y were Jews. Pettishly I went sit on rised plce from which he could wtch oily destrived. God mde gourd grow, nd its shdow fell on Jonh. In is night it wired. Jonh in het of dy niched gourd hd lived, nd ws sorry for its wiring. God quickly pointed lesson. Jonh ws sorry for gourd. Ought net Gl pity nd sve city of people? Thus were Jews given ir first rel glimpse of universlity of pity. big love of.god.

13 NOVEMBER 10, 1921 THE- PRIMITIVE METHODIST LEADER. 725 Guild of Kind Herts. " Follow My Leder I " ' lime often hve you plyed et gme whose nme stnds t hed of this column? It cn be gret fun, especilly when re is good number in it nd leder hs bit of imgintion. The long procession winds nd twists, nd climbs nd sops ; nd if gme be plyed out of dome in country it cn sometimes become lmost like n obstble rce. An ingenious leder cn tke his followers in some very strnge plces,.nd through some of m perhps not ll will be ble follow him. Once upon time, so long go tht we cn't tell dte, becuse folk n didn't. know how keep dtes, little clf stryed wy from its home, beside rude hut of its owner. It wlked cross clering, spping smell one thing nd nibble nor, until it cme tee wod. In it went, wndering on nd being drwn side first by this thing tht ttrcted it nd n by something else. When it got out of wood gin it rmbled up nd down hill in most errtic wy, often nerly coming bck some point it hd just left. But it ws completely lost, nd could not hve found its wy bck its owner's hut, for it ws, very young nd foolish clf. But it hppened come in deling of nor hut-dweller, who. seeing it wndering bout, et once cp- Lured it nd tied it up. 143( this time its owner hd missed it, nd hd set off find it. Ile ws skilled in noticing smll signs nd following m, nd he plinly sw which wy clf hd gone. He trcked it from point point until he found it tied up t or hut. During this tiro, clf-owner's son wondered where his fr hd gone, nd followed in sme trck. And before he could rech journey's end his mor hd lso set out in serch of her husbnd nd son nd clf. They ll went sme wy, nd met owner of clf leding it bck home. gin. He hd found or mn friendly, nd hd been llowed chit, hie property without fight. Of course y went hck sme wy s y hd cne, nd being friendly, with or hut-dweller who hd cptured clf, y often went see him._ lwys following pretty much some route, until it becme well-mrked trck, nd no mo ever thought of going ny or wy. It ws in this wy, some folk tell us, tht our grnge, wndering, little country rods cne be. Long, lopg fter this re cme gret, strong, conquering rce this country', nd y begn mke rods fter nor fshion. If y decided get certin plce y mde ir red go stright re. It wont over hills, in vlleys, nd cross strems, but it kept stright on nd ws brod nd well mde, so well mde tht this dy We still use mny of gret Rmn rods in this country. Which kind of leder re you going tee follow in your rod thnfugh life? Some re s silly s clves, nd will led or misled you until Toe re I.'. But re is nor Leder who tkes yon stright tee life's gol. You my hve climb hills, descend vlleys. nd nose strems, but rod goes stright ll wy. He is Leder follow, nd you know His nme. Your bror. Wilm. Dew. 10, Prk-view, Wllsend-ou-Tyne. Books Received. " Teddy Lester in. Filth," by John Finnemore, 6s. " Comrdes Ever," by Escott Lynn, 6e. ; " The Two Form- Cptins," by Elsie J. Oxenhm, 5s.; "Two from Bliss Teddemn's," by E. M. Chnnon, 4s. ; " Three Pickles In nd Out of School," by My Bldwin, 5s. (Messrs. W. nd It. Chmbers) ; " Notes on Scripture Lessons, 1922," 65 (Ntionl Sundy School Union). Endevour Topic. Am I My Bror's Keeper? Geo. iv November IE. By Rev. WILFRID HOWARTH, B.A. One of She gret lessons of modern life is unity of mnkind in ll phses of ctivity-. In business side oven of smll home life how much of interntionl service is represented. We re dressed in clos mde, of wool from Austrli, cotn from Americ, ler from Austrli ; sit on chirs whose timber is from Norwy, Sweden, Cnd even ; drink te from Indi or Chin or coco from. Afric ; et rice from West Indies, mutn from New Zelnd, bred from Egypt or :Americ; ut fct, whole world ministers. t single mel. A bnk smsh in New York ffects Pris, poor hrvest in Argentine mens mch in London. The world is one; nd in tht unity is responsibility. it meet fmine in ltussi fonds must be rised in this country, Americ must generously ssist needy of Europe. In relm of thought nd knowledge sme thing obtins. The Philoscipher gives his thinking ll ntime, nd discoveries of science re for mnkind. Are morlity nd religionnree from this intercourse nd its consequent responsibility? Civilistions, come in contct, cusms nd mnners re noted, borrowed or rejected, life influences life. Wht Britin is nd does mens much Jpn nd Indi ntionl drinking cusms hve been curse Afric, our fith hes been blessing Fiji. Mutul responsibility is fct we orinot escpe. In ncient Jpn it ws Ole cusm. not only punish evil-doer, but lso hie neighbours, on ple tht something must hve been wrong with ir neighbourly influence if it did not prevent this mn from committing crime. Ech mn hs hie plce in morl life of world, hes influence upon its cusms nd' its responsibility for its spirit nd cts. This truth must be pplied liquor problem, object of our pic. No mn hs right.urp position of nor mn's conscience, but he does influence nd help in trining for good or evil.or's conscience. For Christin re cn only be one direction in which this influence shll move-, wrds Christ. On question of tempernce, by his exmple of personl bstinence, by using lus persusive powers tee restrin ors, by using his vote, nd powers s citizen diminish tempttion, Ire must help in wkening individul nd creting. ntionl conscience. In erly Christin Church were some who teed -reverse obvious morl teching of some of Old Testment sries. Cin ws ir herog serpent lmost, if not quite,. divine being.. Shirkers opfhisies o pozifbililrzhteollcomrsr of Cin's stnds Jesus, becoming one with mn tht He might bring mny sons God. His followers will relise ir responsibility Fr for ir brethren, nd will seek with bror's love bring for ll possibilities of clen Christlike life. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. Red. Willim Swles, of South-Est London Mission, desires grtefully cknowledge: Clothing from Mts. C. Brewis, Wellingn; E. S. 11., 10s.; Anon., West Eling, 10s. ; For His Ske, Folkesne. 22 ; H. Horner, Ripon, 10s. ' S. IV., 20s.; An Auntie, 5s.; Anon.,, Hrrogte, 2s. 6d. ; Anon.. Is.; Anon., Uxbridge, 2s., Wellwisher, Rochdle, Is.; M. L. Sturrock, Is. 6d. ; Nemo, 2; Insmuch, Southport nd Wrexhm, 2; Mr. E. Neville, 1 lee. ; Anon., 20s. Lord Werdle, Chirmn of Sve Children Fund, cknowledged with thnks following dontions :- Jessmine House, Thornn-le-Pen, 10s.; Stnhope, 10s. Dr. Brnrdo's Homes :-Insmneli, 1. IN MEMORIAM. Mr. W. Grves. Mc Willim Grves, of Legbourne, pssed his hevenly rewrd on Weber 20th, et ge of eighty-nine yers. He ws oldest member of Society on Louth Circuit. nd his ssocition with Primitive Methlism extended over whole of his life. His fr ws Society Stewrd et Legbout., nd re our lte bror lest for mny yers school superintendent. His services our church hve been mny nd gret, nd his generous hospitlity will be remembered by mny ministers. At interment Rev. P. W. B. Oliver conducted service, ssisted by Vicr, Revs. E. W. Stenlke (Bptist) nd J. P. Chdwick. Mr. Lees. Mr. Lees, cf Stlybridge, ws gretly loved by wide circle of friends in Mmehester District. Striking evidences of esteem were seen t interment on Thursdy, when service ws held in Cnl-street Church Revs. S. Prlow, G. Emmett nd J. Kinnish tking prt. Rev. S. Prlow pid glowing tribute work nd worth of decesed t, memoril service on Sundy lst, when lrge congregtion ssembled. His memory is s ointment poured forth. Ile served Cnlstreet Church fithfully- s trust., leder nd school superintendent. Mrs. Archer. Mrs. Archer, wife of Rev. T. Archer, of Long En, died t Southport on Ocber 27th, ged seventy-three yers. For some time she hd been in wek stte of helth, nd often expressed belief tht few weeks t Southport would be beneficil. She rrived re sfely, but journey proved o much for her strength, nd in few dys she pssed wy. It ws lwys her wish be buried ner her erly home mong hills nd dles of Derbyshire. Accordingly her mortl remins were conveyed 13elpor, where she ws born, nd lid rest' in cemetery- on Wednesdy, November Ind. The funerl service ws conducted by Revs. J. Bell nd It. W. B. Whitewy. Mrs. Mosley. Mrs. Ellen Mosley, devoted wife of George Mosley, of Kipp., pssed in higher life on Ocber 7th. For very mny yers Mrs. Mosley hs served her Lord nd Mster with unfltering loylty nd love. Hers ws life of simple but rel ttchment, Primitive Methodist Church. Her devotion her husbnd ws beutifully fine. They were lwys ger, ltering ech or's joys ist helping tee ber ech or's burdein Mrs. Mosley ws lid rest rrov..mny kens of highest esteem on Sundy, Ocber 9th. A very impressive service ws conducted.by Rev. J. Fryer Lovedy in our Ripped Church. Mrs. Prince. By deth of Mrs. Srh Prince, wife of Wing Prince,. of Ripped, our church hs lost me of its oldest nd most devoted members. For over forty yers she hd been consistent mem- ber. Her life ws not lived in limelight of publicity, but it ws rel contribution extension of kingdom of God. Pure in hert nd mind she hd been gret source of etrength her sons nd dughters, most of whom re members of our Kippx Church. The funerl ws conducted by Rev. J. Fryer Lovedy, who gve most fitting ddress. There is rnch ctivity se clys in King's Own Mission, Kenningn Prk, London. Concerts hve been orgnised by individul members, by B.L.B. nd Girl Guides, nd hve met wirh considerble success,. These re - prt of 1,00D effort for work nd improvement of mission, nd re preliminry bzr be held, ccorr ing our dvertisement columns, on November 16th, 17th nd 18th. It is cc young nd ctive centre of religious work, nd bzr is openitg of door of opportunity for or Christins help. _Primitive Methodism hs gret chnce re. FAMINE STRICKEN RUSSIA. Previously cknowledged, s. 6d. ; Pie Hill Endevotir, Jcksdle, Notts, 1; Mrs. Norn, Chthm Hill, Blnchester, 3; per Mrs. Norn, Hlliwell-lne S.S., 2; J. Thorne, Est Finchley, 10s.; C. K. Spoor, Bishop Aucklnd, 1 ls. ; It. G. B., Cosby, 105. ; Knighn Church (second), per J. L. Alcock, 1; Mrs. F. J. Morgn nd Fmily (second), Rorhm, 1; R. Robson, Sbswood, 1; Beumont Hll 8.8., Leicester Fourth, 13s. M. ; Mrs. Grundy, St. John, Isl of Mn, 1; Newport School nd friends, Isle of Wight, 3 3s. ; Hinn-venue Church, Grimsby, 5 8s. 6d. ; Southport Third, Hesketh Bnk C.E. effort, per Rev. R. W. Reed, 30 10s. 6d. ; Upper Dovercourt Church, per Rev. W. II. Lwson, 3 2s. &I. ; Sympthiser, Doncster, 5s. ; J. G. Al., Bourneville, 2; per MI, Brdley, Tydd Sttion : IV. Brdley 1, S. Ludlow 1, Mr. Dcic 2s. 6,1. ; Rev. J. T. Collier, 5s.; Helpsn S.8., 2s. Esl. ; Mrs. T. inney, Blnches., 10s. ; Mrs. E. Lyer, Swfilim, 5s. ; Miss M. Ash, Gmlingy, 10s. Helper, Wootn Bssett, El ; Hworth C.E., per Rev. J. Dodd. 2; Rev. IV. Woolley, 10s. ; Nncy Bell. Leicester, 10s.; A Sympthiser, Tetley, 1; Mr. Trenner, Albert, Cnd. 2;.1. Riddle, Rothbury, 5s. ; Rev. Geo. Armitge. 1; Loch Prde Primry Dept., Dougls; Isle of Mn, 12s. 6d., Blby-rod S.S., Doncster, 13c. 6d. : Mr. nd Mts. J. Wright, Sheffield, 10s.,11. ' H. II. IV., 10s. :Rev. IV. Ped., Wterliouses, 5s.; per Rev. J. A. lt7,ylor ror tsmou th: Somers-rod 1 Bs., Bedhmpn 2 3s., Albertrod 12s., Albert-rod S.S. 1 12s. ; Mr. S. Newbold, Donisthorpe, 1; Ronld Newbold nd Cecil Telobitt, 10s. ; per Mrs. Grnet, Sholing C.E., Southmpn, 5; Sholing Junior C.E.. 1; Rev. W. Jones Price,40s. ; W K., Moir. 10s. ; Mrs. A. Fir. burst, Rochdle, 10s. ; Gret Hle, per J. B. Howrd. El 10s. 3d. ; Mrs. P. Huggins, Reding, 1; J. Clrk, South Shields, 2s. &i. ; Guiseley Church, per Rev. G. E. Rudrm, 23 2s. ; Sympthiser, Edgmond, El ; Whippendellrod. Wtford, per Rev. G. Denmn, 1 10s. Subscriptions should be mde pyble nd forwrded Edir, Prim.' ire Methodist Leder, 73, Frringdon-street, London, E.C. 4. HARDY PF RENNIALS FOR YOUR GARDEN. Bnker SPOCIIII Offer of Cheep end seed Plenty 12 Per/nis! Phlox is 12 choke imed kinds eh- FINEST QUALITY BULBS EVltile.1LIIM. 07. c, se c... 6 Lure Weed Sddles Ily. ein th Snowdrop, ire IS Dffodil, Do,bff Yellow nd it- Is AL 60 Croce" Whiff, loe or etrlpeu M Crorn, Yellow All Mre for Plnts, 10. ; Bulb. I5/.. rceme Dorn 1Grr ge Peld ;smeller rom /3/. snin;ill Alv!"4" R. S. BANKS, SCARBOROUGH

14 A TUB OF CLOTHES WASHED IN 4 MINUTES VACUUM CLOTHES WASHER RITA THE WONBERFUL BALL VALVE. Will do lrge snh In hlt.u.hour. WARNING.--- Bewre dul b o t s ATB VTU En SEND NO MONEY f( 41z.r... ViritETTA'u3V172. Int tr.;t: with 115:grwtreo n bre 3,C y t mke.. union cn nd gve'e """14'ig BRITISH VACUUM WASHER Co (Dept., Li L. POSTERS mouth Hdwrille, 0' Pig We. 5/6 Any Glee GIBBON VC twertntitini010, 0. Aollymell Grove. Armly. Leeds. ENVELOPE 1,000 Buff, 51 x If in. S/- gent 1,000 Buff, If x 4, EV- 1,000 Mnill, 132 x 3f, 6/6 nontl 1,000 White, x 3, 7/- Lt r 1,000 White, 65 31, 7/6 rrrignt,!nr.;!iterluegrol THOUSANDS OF BRITISH CHURCHES DAVE 1NTIIODUCED THE INDIVIDUAL COMMUNION CUP, n providing n Clen Cp, free f I um inlectfr, Sur every Member. Is your Chrds one of se? If.loot, w ri for Free.Lints, TOWNSHENDS LTD. E.. 10, VIMIIIST STREET, Ellit PI TAIIIIIIFUB,TILERREDULMON0 Mod Post c. r Me Ctlogue of Autm Furnishings Lce Curtins. New Color.. Csements ;Ptterns FterItIll, Linen, CroMitm. Et 0. MON ell,'in.71o1;l A10 THE PRIMITIVE METHODIST LEADER. Church News. Alford. -All hrvest services in circuit were well ttended. Rev. G. A. Price wee splendidly supported by number of ble workers s prechers nd chirmen, including Revs. W. Jques, of Hull, J. Redhed, Ili. J. H. Allen, of Grimsby, nd ID, C. West. The tl for circuit mounted s. The sermons nd lecture by Rev. J. Redhed t Sutn-on-Se were gretly enjoyed. Mr. F. BrenMil presided, supported by Rev. G. A. Price. The specil precher for nniversry services t Alblethorpe ws Rev. A. Jckson. A tend meeting were held - n Mondy-. Mr. R, Coney, J.P., presided, supported by Rev. G. A. Price. A splendid ddress on " Anement " ws given by Rev. A. Jckson. The meeting ws one of gret inspirtion. Collections, 11 As. 10d. Ilithlulph.-The specil services held t Biddulph wore eonducted by Mr. J. A. Forrester, of Crewe. A musicl service ws given by choir in fternoon. President, 'Mr. Steelier, of Tll.; speker, Mr. Forrester. The.soloists were 'Miss Len Scott, nd ItIr. Chrles Till. Much credit is due Mr. W. Lowe, choirmster, nd orgnist, I. T. Cottrell, J.1'. Proceeds, for church funds, 21. Bournemouth First.--Ghtirch nniversry services WC.1.0 held t Herridge If emoril Church, Curzon-rod, on Ocber 30th nd 31st. A former minister, 11,,. E. W. Hrvey, preched. lrge congreztions. The choir, under O e rductl. hip of Mr. G. A. Pulding. rendered cntt, " Cretion's Prise," `Jr. F. W. Thresher being chirmn. On Mondy lrge numbers gred for te nd public mooting. Addresses by Revs. Ernest W. Hrvey nd A. Sutcliffe. Mrs. C. W. Cilbert presided. Rev. W. Fisher nd Air. A. Kelly lso ok pth. Proceeds 40, record. Chesterfield Second. - A circuit gring ws held t Mount Zion Church on occsion of visit of l'resident of Conference. There were splendid oongrogtions both for fternoon semi. nd evening meeting, when Mr. G. Kenning, J.P., ok chir. The te-tble conference, ',resided over by Rev. W. Crr, ws n. opportunity of converstion on Evngelism nd Methodist, Union. The President, supported by ministers of wn nd ors, led n inspiring hlfhour's fellowship. Fund by Rev. T. Allison Brown nd Mr. F. Wrdell. After eventing se, vice ohoir, under ledership of Mrs. T. G. Tophm, L.R.A.M., repeted by specil request thntt " Dy nd Night ' in id of Leder "Sve Children Fund." Councillor J. Hogg presided. Soloists, Misses E. Hogg nd E. Person, nd Ilessrs. W. Borrill nd J. prley. Collection, 5 fls. 6d. Hornse.-Ablbrough Chpel ws crowded on Thursdy, when new orgn, ently purchsed t cost of 50, ws opened by Mr. R. T. C. Monism, blind orgnist of Hornse. The Hornse Excelsior Qmrtette Prty (Rev. C. H. nd Mrs. Rtcliffe, Rev. A. C. nti litre. Willinrn nd Miss Morrison) contributed vocl items. Mr. Monison lso rendered very fine progrmme of music. A ooffee supper ws provided in schoolroom (kindly lent by Weeleyn friends). TJre cost of orgn hs been nerly met. The mmints collected include :-Mos. Eiger, ; Mr. Gill, ' Mr. E. Ford, 7 5s., Miss Cowie, 7 12e., which, with collection (E6 -N. 9d), supper (.4 6s.).nd 1 10s. collected by Miss Hle, brought tl 46 E. nd services most helpful. Elnytnynech.-The nnul sle, held t Pnt, ws record. Mr. S. Lloyd, of Oswestry, presided over opening ceremony, nd Iirs. Lloyd epenel sle. The ldres of church in :lme of stlls worked most enthusisticlly. Result, 51. The premises re now free from debt. The nnnisters of cirouit expressed thnks ll workers md donors. Leominster.-The resent visit of Rev, 11. J. Tylor proved rel tret, his sermons nd lecture being gretly enjoyed. Aldermn J. Frr presided t lecture. The hrvest services t severl churches in circuit hve lso been very successful. The united meeting, t which Rev. W. leech ws specil precher, ws tune of lefresh:lig. J. Greggery presided, nd Mrs. Ilt sng some excellent solos. Rev. T. Glssdy ws bly supported by Messrs. P. T. Oxen, E. Wiltshire, W. Russell, J. Ili], T. Willims nd W. Fox s circuit prechers. Totl proceeds, I,ondon (Wembley').-On Ocber 30th 1201[ r Everett nd fmily pid visit Eling-rood. They conducted NIUM1.11 rid evening services, nd delighted good congregtions with ir so,os, hndbells nd ddrthses. Mr. Jmes Lndo presided in fternoon. On following Wednesdy Rev. George Bennett delivered his striking lecture on " Tht Boy " gret delight of ll. Mr. Jmes Stgg pre sided t Mr. Beemett's lecture. Proceeds 5 3s. 6c1. Mldon.-A specil effort in id of Chpel Renovtion Fund ok of sle of work nd birthdy prty. The cke wore cut by Mrs. J. Kthble nd Min. G. Btt. A climbing figure, mnipulted by Cpt. Plummer, showed step by step -mounts rised. Rev. J. S Collis. nnounced. result: Sle of worn, 34 lls. 3d. dontions t birthdy prty, 30 10s. tl, 73 Is. 3d. The specil effort t Burnhm-on- Chrnel ws lso very successful. The tresure-ship " Vicry " relised 43 10e. This, with 8 Bs. previously sisl, clered debt off premises. Mnchester Eleventh. - Anniversry services were held on Ocber 21th- Grimsby Third. - Imminghm Junior Endevour held nniversry on Sundy, when germ.rs were preched by Mr. H. Bldwin (president) nd Elev. T. Allison Brown. In fternoon children gve service of song " Adorning Cross." Mr. W. Steele presided..30th. On Sturdy ldies gve At Hinn-venue sermons were preched on behlf of Hospitl socil, IIIs. Iforefield presiding. PMceeds, 26 Os. 10d. On Sundy sermons were preched by Rev. Fred Humble. There were crowded congregtions. In fternoon cntt "The Gold. City" ',rt given by choir conduc r, Mr. Percy Sdler. Sundy collections, 19. Mrple.-The missionry services, t which Rev. J. H. Cretney served most cceptbly s deputtion, issisthd by Rev. E. R. Dvies, hve been very suecethful. Mrple rised 31 11e. ld. ' Conpstll, 17 13s. ; Hollywood, 0 17o. 8d. ; Mellor, 4 5s. 9d. tl for ciontit of 62 7s. 6d. A tribute generosity- nd self-scrifice of ll concerned. Nunen.-Chnrcb nniversry services were conducted OR Thursdy lst by Rev. J. Perce, of Wlsll. The thrown in fternoon nd lecture t night on " Eccentric Tlkers " were gretly enjoyed. The Myor (.Lid. A. Rndle, J.P.) served dmirbly s chirmn. Messrs. T. White nd F. R Lester rendered some excellent musicl items. The te proved record, 311 tickets being sold. On Sundy services were conducted by minister, NOVEMBER 10, 1921 Leigh.-A Crrot Tine " nd concert were held t Bickershw. Mts. WONDERFUL BARGAINS. Adm Prescott stripped tree. Mr. IR. Aln, J.P., presided. The concert ws given by Mit. Houghn, Mdme Peter., Mr, John Hurst nd Mr. W. 'inwrd, with Mise A. Allen s elocu lionist. Accompnist's, Mr. J. Hurst nd Miss, Cdmn. On Sudyr Mr. Fred Wilde, of Hesn, ws specil precher. Musicl thrvioe in fternoon Councillor T. Blown presided, nd solos were bly rendered by Mdme Peters nd Messrs. Brker nd Newn. The finncil reeults were very good, RIMPLUG STOCKS AT CLEARING PRIM& COSOt c.7.4. Coco. uisik eh4m. COCOA /..5/4 FOR 17 ss-r 7.1.1! CO.OPERATIVE STORE INDIGO BERGEO, WINTER COATINGS, P101" l'afrar.r4r; Bent W Cloth MEMORIALS of ll IlororlptIone In. MARBLE, RINGRAYBD BRASS nd BRONZE, OAST B11, ZB, I. Mo ROOLNWASTIC AL METALWORK. Rev. A. Wlliker. Miss Dori. Smith, &one! er DMos men memos. of Hinckley, sng two solos. Totl income, 36. HUDWIRTS & OAKES, 176,,

15 ENDEAVOUR HOUSE, 11, Grove Prk, Denmrk HM, LONDON, S.E. 5. L lleef'd=ee1 u ;11 rtotoirtg or t 1mur 111le IMosef o no periods, IDEA, GUEST HOUSE. Beutifully l Mted, eomfof tble nn...11pr Yg, tigrdonne ItereY :12`4::t = "1= A COLLEGE TRAINING 4, 'THROUGH INCLUDED, THE FOB POST, 11/- TEXT-BOOKS WEEKLY. [ NCKVEAIRER 10, 1924 THE PRIMITIVE METHODIST LEADER Ll;_g "V Virtrti, "2:12n me., you shoulo'comn,oe eotracptteg tllere grot offer Ilse O. OM Ws.. n niumn. et., Le. Set eefenie est eq0 Skin Tretment The Lst Word Gerrolene New Aseptic Dressing. Tkeo Proud Ploe of Unrivlled Perfection. Domestic skin tretment is no longer problem whmh reed mystify softer.. It hs. been solved by lst word of scionoe-ge,grioiere,,thlt,inows:etie, `, frinotislo7sti7y ofplouven*o Drug Co., Lid., of Mnchester, now. stnds in I prowl position of uneivelled perfection. owes this unique honour two things: first, ptiont.yeers of lborry work nd ctul inytettgtun in cuse nd cure of skin sofferin'g which were crried on in Tune Lborry before Germ.. ws introduced th world; seoondly, onprecedonted opportunity for world:wide test vhieh public pprovl hew fforded it. Dily evidence in newspepers shows tht re is not i e of doubt of tie efficcy of Germolene in ese of eueh skin ilments s eczem, rshes, itching skin, pimples, sorisis, pil., bd legs, d.p.seted ulcers, ringworni, impetigo poisoned mounds, nd ll skin ceitkitts. Germolene i3 n delictely flesh-6.d intment-quite invisible when pplied Um complexion nd rpidly disppering pores. For fcil eld ccc d it =et. four gret interntionlexhiienns. It coos t uch, csimforts, clens., hels end mires. tffiold t 33. per but (Is. 3d. smller size) by ll chemists. ANY.rurzip,!,ITLIIE METHODIST Tf:TZ'jX,741&'117:17cligde::,7,"%:`,-7441 Church s l CTtflrmecer?,167 urtono. N W. 1. GREAT n.b.ailt AIN CATALOGUE pp kinrigilm= d rt II I VE13 S' FLOOR POLISH is unequlled Tor linoleums nq gined t1=projetr=iglitt`.1 ZidetPr2iltff=! PIANOS, direct from Fcry, wholerr,1.n e liberl demount Music 81c., for su.-isaac elelitilreito Loneport. Ske-on-Trent. egend" PRETie'co(ri8F1 DIRECT sure Teirrel'tetilleP Ponon. Grimsby. l Co., Dlti.p.ii!..y.-Junior Assistnt ; good resit=e :'efri'sene1"p:'''''# ARTIFICIAL TEETH, ceumeglitn, lso dlero d ndtntir inisleda oretirt bltinp:slite elv lromeillete csh. or offers md. Goods returned MelMom flegolr rteelrl.1.11 eeee or post. I, R 1YRURN & CO., " " 11,!` Telephone: 6030 C1 61, PlICkMglon.-The hrvest service., conducted by ministers nd locl precbers, prove,' gret success, Councillor Torn Senile cting s u, tioneer t sixteen plces. Finncil results (wrds circuit fund): Pocklingn 21, Goodmnhm 5, Ilolme s., Ililbourno 16 10s., Mrket Weighn 10 5s. Wirfss 6 12s., ' Sen Ross 6 lbs., Shipn 6 5s., Millingn 11 10s.. Burnby 5 10s., iidythorpe , Huggte 5 15s., Bp. Wiln 6, Bugthorpe 6 10s. Totl Porilnd.-The nnul convention nd rlly ok plce on Wednesdy. A pper on "Sundy-school Work" ws given by Rev. J. Bowden (Congregtionl) t fternoon meeting, nd profitble discussion ensued. A fith te ws well ttended, fter which most excellent public meeting ws held. Mr. G. Bollen presided. Rev. F. Hull spoke on "The Church's Reltion Legue of Ntions," nd Rev. A. N. Welfre' on " Method ist 'U nion." The roll-cll, conducted by Rev. J. E. leonnl ([1.111.) ws responded by severl societies of Islnd. Proceeds for Circuit Fund. Gedhill.-Three weeks' mission services on week evenings hve just been held t Medvle, Bell!. nd Reigte by Mr. C. Pttenden ( young locl evngelist) with most promising success. Mr. Pttendeti shows much ptitude for children's services. All summer he hs been given up such specil work, nd t dult services he knows how prech Gospel einsomely nd fithfully. Moro thn twenty hve vowed decision for Christ. Sheerness.-The llrvest services relised sum of 15. The circuit minister preched morning nd even- The choir, bly led by Mr. A. Srgent, rendered cntt "The ountiful Giver" in fternoon. An excellent meeting Vint held on Mondy: Mr. C. Webb conducted sle of fruit t close. Shipley.-Sltire rod Church nniersry ws held on Sturdy.nd Sundy. The soiree onsturdy ws promoted nd sustined by choir. Highly helpful services were conducted on Sundy by Rev. J. W. Venbles. The prechers t Bildon Church nniversry were Mr. J. W. Turner nd Rev. W. E. Robson. Specil music by tho choir. Good ttendnces. Crrrood nniversry ws celebrted on Sturdy, Sundy nd Mondy. Te served by ldies, followed by concert promoted by young people. Chir. mn, Mr. G. Stt. Speker, Rev. G. G. Mrtindle, who lso conduettd services on Sundy. Service of song; "Old Dvie," bly endered in fternoon by choir. Conducr, Mr. J H. plces; connective redings by Mrs. Gldsne. Proceeds upwrds of 9. Southmpn First.-Sholing Endevour Society held most successful socil evening on behlf of fminestricken women nd children of Russi Mr. E. L. Snowden gve. must uching ddress on crying need of suffering humnity in -lnd of strvtion nd Christin privilege in holding out helping hnd. All present felt holy joy in such service- rescue perishing nd cre for dying. Our junior members were lso willing help in such en-use nd hnded over ir funds. Proceeds Seniors, 5; juniors, El. Stnley.-Specil services hve been conducted by Mt.. B. G. P. C'etelingm (ntive Indin precher) et Tnfield Le, A gret time ws experienced. There ws lrge compny present for illustrted lecture, " Sights nd Scenes of Ntive Indin Life," on. Alondy. The finncil results were lso good. Tdenster.-On Mondy fternoon Vice-President (Mr. C. K. Wtkinson. J.P.) preched on "The Ministry of Scred Song in Church nd Home." In evening Dr. Glover preided t public meeting, nd Mr. Wtkineon gve n impressive ddress on " The Implictions of Christin' Discipleship." Rev. W. Fidoe loe ok prt. A coffee supper followed. It melts in mouth." MELTIS CHOCOLATE Mde by PEEK FREAN following vrieties "FAMILY" (Plin), "FAMILY" (Nut), MILK, NUT MILK. COCOANUT MILK. Also SUPREME ASSORTED CHOCOLATES. APARTMENTS, &c. LACKPOOL. - Mrs. BEIIIIISFOIID, B lalrbe Rod, off Lythm Rod. Purveyors of Jms /1.P01 sur I-I Id K.ING, '""4 LACKPOOL. Mrs. WILLIAMS, It, vers B Amen musts sting lio r Z" tirg:17'..'in C nd sus, pino; P. 1L recominiltione. BLACKPOOL, -.Mrs " }. e.,. 4, otrwbe 77, Dickson Rod (formerly (New Seson's) Jm B 111/1"1,,,enit)nnLin.LH. Mde freshly tinir 're' efficrtend."-propriereme'sn Supplied in 7-11:.'d uger lebs; ghee jr'. Sold BOURNEMOUTH, WEST CLIFF fllf;flug: 7rnotl.(1:Zgfeu;1.1:. cog Chivs fi Son's, frlilneq=103d7u=' 17ASTBOURNE.-" Bcdfordi," 301, Selfide-Comfortble Aprtments, close front-.mrs. O'DELL. Stume ONDON.-Mrs. BrAcKwErs. (now Lr.,,fieldivees),47, Crlen Rod, Tufnell highly recommended, stmp for oli_ec A MI1E. - New Addres. (:ft's Rod, cm, W.E.-Publie nd eyrieutel. ments. 13ENZA.NOE. -Miss PENIMIRTHY, ' C omfort.. winter Aprtments centrl 7"7t7ler l'eur:giifizer clour F1PORT.-Mrs. J. IV. PICKERING, Wrwick House, 39, Bth Street. -Comfortble Aprtments; sonny side; centrl ll prte; well recommended. (4011THP011,' - 1(F.NIVORPHY'S- 1 In-unorrtc (Temperen:el. For Tcro=rilie got:e'loo. nd 1nM street. Runniest nepect. 7r:":1 N1'rr QOUTHPORT.-Thornhill, 12, SOUTHPORT. - Vicri.i BKSWICK,.., Street, lour doors from 1 rs n I- conyocrrovio IZZTM:Ult.=V:ledtereettVefiTS 'Llrrdr'''Z'rr ei OOTS. Buy Fcry direct ; snor- B ing, roe ir. DP.IT[9ti supplies Best or 1%rtietinetl. rerez WANTED, i!. 1 geoid yiristin home, ere Ls,se:.tr. ls'opingitter'nurne;riu'uf wer Bury. 8t. nods, fiulltd.k. THE " MONTHLY VISITOR.' 1 pp. III. Gospel Trct. rousebeil Friend. Alen., Imer, Goodlednlisins November THOMAS LIVERS." ""`"Trld,r221i, t...7,rc 3`. I" "' Scottish " I/01HW Visir" Trct Society. R. HENDERSON 911T11. thi. Minster 91., Etinburth $ YOU CAN'T BE TOO CAREFUL if you ere subject ttcks of constiption or indigestion, Incse disorders sometimes hve very troublesome neglected. consequences when The moment you re conscious of ny sympm which presges n ttck, you should tke immedite Mops correct disorder. You vl End Ikechm's Pill. very rueful for this purpose. Their pre, vegetble constituents hve en excellent effect upon cornes of digestion nd elimintion nd helthy tisultlig influence upon system generlly. The will be wise keep box hood, BEECHAM'S PILLS Sold everywhere in boxes, lbelled. 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16 728 THE PRIMITIVE METHODIST LEADER. NOVEMBER 10, 1921 Proceeds 6 3s. 6d. The finncil result, of hrvest festivls in circuit re : Telener, 36; Werby, 34 4s. ; Brmhorn, 24 16s. ; Bosn tip, 16 18s. ; tl, s. Thirske The Wesleyn schoolroom ws crowded by vn pprecitive udience her Prize Qurtette Prty Iron. our Prdise-row Church, Sckn, give concert for our church fluids. The rtistes were Mdme F. Trotter, Mcline L. L. Morten, Mr. W. J. Jones nd Illr. II. J. Grgett. Accompnist, Mr. It. Shields. Councillor J. W. Grgett, of Sckn, hs thus given nor proof his interest in our musicl tret. Proceeds 18 16s. Willenhll. The Women's Own nniversry :vs held Ocber 3016, 31st. Mrs. W. F. Shepherd, of Sheffield Mugh ler of Rev. F. Jeffs), preched se+ - Mons tht were gretly pprecited. lirs. J. tlrilliths, of Drlsn, presided t fternoon service, nd Sister Ev, of Wlsll, gve n effective ddress. Mrs. A. Biley nd Misses C. Shepprd, P. Wood nd F. Whrn bly served s eolcis t;. The chir supported with ir usul excellence under ledership of Messrs. J. T. Eidson nd A. Morris. A. te nd rlly followed on Mondy. Mrs. F. Jeffs presided, nd ddresses were given by Revs. Dr. Bowen, D. John nd F. Jeffs. A very successful nniversry. Collections 30. Women's Missionry Federtion. ridli glen. A drwing-room meeting Ws held on Tuesdy t home of Mrs. Btley. The speker ws Mr. Ev., Nigeri, who spoke in glowing terms work of our missimrn s. Miss Rudd served splendidly s soloist. Te ws supplied by ldies of committee. Proceeds, 2 9s.. Derby.- A good compny gred t country churches by rrnging Trffic-street for monthly meeting. Mrs. Gollstrw presided. Mrs. Spencer red missionry letter from Mrs. Pritchrd, nd Miss Hodgkinson gve two pproprite solos. Miss Strkey nd Mrs. Jeffries gve inspiring reports of nnul council meetings. Mrs. Judge mde most cpble ccompnist. An excellent te ws provided by Trffic-street ldies. Finncil result, 5 12s. Goriest... The monthly meeting ws helot t Beeeles-rod, ddressed by Rev. Mr. Thoms, U.M. Solos were beutifully rendered by Miss Smith, ccompnied by Miss B. Amis. The missionry letter ws red by Mrs. Ringwood. Rev. H. W. Mrsh lso ok prt. Te ws provided by Wr' hing. Miss Elsie Bicheno, tlented elocutionist, pid her first visit Chpel-rod on Ocber 30th mid 31st. 'Ile necitls on Sundy nd Mondy were Lrgely ttended nd gretly enjoyed. Mrs. It. H. Wilshw, B.A. presided in fternoon. The Myor (Aldermn Mrs. E. Chpmn, J.P.) presided t Mondy recitl, Norn, Twydel nd Grey. supported by Rev. J. W. Huller. Mrs. Hurler, Mrs. Steel, Miss Ryn, Miss Prsons, Mr. J. BuckthOrpe nd Mr. A. J. Mgness rendered excellent service s soloists. Grimsby Firsl. The monthly meeting ws held t Vicri-street. President, Mrs. Wright. A splendid ddress ws given by Rev. W. Potter. Solon were rendered by M iss Nellie Smith, nd Mrs. Borrill red missionry letter. Te ws kindly given by 'Mesdmes Leicester. The monthly meeting ws held t Aylesne Prk Church. Mrs. Kenyon presided, nd Rev. F. Holmes gve most helpful ddress. The missionry letter ws red by Mrs. W. Smith, nd Miss Gregory rendered two soles. Te ws generously provided by Mrs. Perkins. Proceeds, 4. Ther ws lrge ttendnce nd new members wore dded. Mnchester (Centrl). The monthly meeting ws held t Higher Ardwick. An excellent ddress ws given by Mr. I'icr Murry, M.A. President, Mrs. Driver. Missionry letter red by Mrs. Wterll, Mrs. Genney nd ers tking prt. Collection tidoen t te-tsbles, 10 10s. Morecmbc. The monthly meeting of Prliment-street Brnch ws held on Wednesdy: President, Mrs. Mrjerison, of Leeds. Soloist, Mrs. Fisher. Mrs. Norn nd secretry lso ok pst. An interesting ddress ws given by Mrs. Woolern. Mrs. Goodll lso recited. Collection, 2 7s. 6c1. New members were en- North Wlsboh The first yerly meeting of Federtion ws held on Wednesdy, when Rev. J. W. Hemp preched lrge congregtion. After te Mr. Hemp delivered n interesting lecture on " Mry ;files..." Mrs. H. Bennett presided. An interesting report ws given by Mrs. E. Bloom. Mrs. 1.z Aldrich ws specil soloist. Proceeds, 10. Shellield. A well-ttended drwing- MOM meeting ws held in Ebenezer &bedroom, Wlkley, Mrs. Jepson presiding. Letters were red by Mrs. Tylor from Mrs. Brown nd Mrs. Pritchrd. An ddress of exceptionl interest on effects of Gospel in Indi ws given by Rev. A. B. Chndu Lull, B.Sc., of Anglicn Church in Indi. Musicl nd elocutionry items were contributed by Mrs. Phillip Crven nd Miss Mrjory Holder, with Miss Hgue ccompnist.. Te ws served by Wlkley ldies, nd 7 ws contributed. Sound-on-Son. The nnul meeting, held t Plesnt-rod, ok feri of te-tble conference, t which Miss Amy Richrdson, of Jmeswn Girls' Institute, conducted e " questionnire," which proved mo. informing. The evening meeting ws presided over by Mrs. Lermn. Inspiring speeches were given by Miss Richrdson, nd Rev. W. Christie, Soloist, Miss Amy Blewett. Orgnist, Mr. A. Gledhill. Membership nd income bout, doubled during yer. Tuustll. The monthly meeting ws held t home of Sly. Boech t Chestern. Rev. It. H. Noble presided, speker being Roy. G. Fenby. Mrs. Beech nd Mrs. Johnson kindly entertined compny te. Collection, 2 15s. The district meeting, held t Tunstll, ws presided over by fternoon Rev. A, Wilkes, evening Mrs. Frost. Speker, Rev. C. IlmLy. It ws dy of grot inspirtion nd blessing. Miss L. Scott) rng t ech of services. Proceeds, 6. Mke Business of Getting Well nd dime/ your dumb by thiling lh SURREY HILLS HYDRO, CATERHAM. T RIB o BL'S.31ENT le In dellshf9i7.1lisnenlee eleilinlrheti Withi elsed t 7,1 efforde he dseker s ynt wen of cornfeetble hdne, ttentio nd el& L tr.. rtrm]nl en sr slide nd femle tins es under dwdle of Resident Phselcdu MTh te MAN... Dirt M. hustles pvemotm. 'nom. SPECIAL NOTICE. We hve thousnds of pounds' worth of LADIES' WINTER COATINGS nd GENTLEMEN'S OVERCOATINGS in ALL WOOL TWILLS, COLOURED NAPS, FANCY FLEECE nd BLANKET CLOTHS, 54/56 inches wide. From 5/6 1 7/6 per yrd. ANY LENGTH CUT. PATTERNS S_NT TO ANY ADDRESS. These re from 30% 50% below Mkers' Costs. HOLMES & CO., LTD., 7, Chrlotte Street, MANCHESTER. '""gtrhbeyd.kc,;221e&t:v,teiv,1 7,:13`.11Z17;: 'ne:nle,'`g;,71;',-/zgetileme,liwy`

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