I should like to congratulate all concerned in the women's pilgrimage begging our Martyrs' help for the schools; the organisers and those who took any part. Many must have practised some self-denial, even if only in the form of inconvenience, to produce so tine a muster. I am certain that the prayers and the demonstration will not be in vai n.
Now another word to our correspondents. First to those who send us money: many put themselves to needless expense by registering crossed postal orders. Postal orders if crossed can be sent safely without being registered.
Registration is only necessary if you send money, either coins or notes. We receive many registered letters containing crossed postal orders and man unregistered containing notes. In the one case the senders waste threepence on registration and in the other they incur grave risk of the money being stolen or lost.
Second, there are about fifty different business concerns in Astor House, so it is not enough to address letters to " The Secretary," Astor House, the name of the Guild must be on the envelope, unless you want your letter to go all over the house and be read by many for whom it was not intended.