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THE RELIGIOUS PRESS.

THE RELIGIOUS PRESS.

Just home from America, Dr. Jowett gives us his views regarding the Labour troubles in the United States. I quote from an interview published in the " British Weekly." " Dr. Jowett expressed the opinion that the end was not far distant. The miners had abandoned work in oppositio
November 21, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Irrida-, October 31st, 11)19

Irrida-, October 31st, 11)19

October 31, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
HOW TO SAVE EUROPE.

HOW TO SAVE EUROPE.

Under the above heading The Nation has an illuminating article on .the economic folly of. the policy now being pursued by the Allies in regard to German and Russian industries. "We shall-find " says the writer, " that a continent still- workless, still half-starved, still racked
October 31, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
A Contrast With the Present.

A Contrast With the Present.

Abraham Lincoln was not a pacifist in the nowrecognised sense of the term, but with what a fine spirit he turned from the horrors of war to the work of restoration, when the great conflict between North and South was at an end! His Peace Terms were as follows: " With malice towa
June 6, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
CHAPTER XVIII.

CHAPTER XVIII.

JILL INTRUDES. had slipped away from the house, and, craving to t hr o , 4l ."e, he found his, way to the rose garden, where, b'tv ri ', l ng himself down on a seat, he gave himself up to his in tolerable pain. 411 (I rn tlY he became half conscious of a presence near him., at a
June 6, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
LONDON UNION OF THE ,F.O.R.

LONDON UNION OF THE ,F.O.R.

If-2/6 I/6 6(1. 4d. Published by the Proprietor, Theodora Wilson Wilson, 23. Bride Lane, (2nd Floor), E.C.4., and printed by Busk Bros. & Harding, Ltd. (T.U.), & 7, West Avenue, Waitlisametew, 8.17, OPEN AIRMISSION.—WiII all who can unde r ; take the quite simple organisation of
June 6, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
MIMI

MIMI

July 25, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
PEACE HYMNS

PEACE HYMNS

Once or twice each week I compel myself to go through the " Daily Mail." It requires some nerve, but occasionally one is repaid, and rises from the ordeal a Herculean pacifist, if I may use the phrase. After such an ordeal the other day, however, I needed the air, and in a saunt
July 25, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
FREEDOM.

FREEDOM.

t hat are men so frugal with freedom ? The thought is always , pressing itself upon my mind these days is , what the world might be if only we had a little more c harity and a little more imagination. Sometimes when we seem to be on the verge j re volution the thought flashes li
August 8, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
COMMENTS ON CURRENT TOPICS.

COMMENTS ON CURRENT TOPICS.

T HE WRITING ON THE WALL. T he sensational' defeat of the Government by the S ocialist candidate at Bothwell is a very plain indicatl°ll of the certainty of a Labour Government in the near future. For the present Government it 'is the writ' on the wall. Northing short of a mirac
August 8, 1919 - New Crusader - London, London, England