THE CALL FOR MEN.
to iiu' nmro::. Sir,—l should like to express my admiration o£ the Rev. Vincent King’s Jotter in your issue of Thursday j also of your loading article on the subject of Otago’s volunteers, which :s more than an adequate answer to tho two letters signed Briton ’’ and "Is If, Religion V' Their inconsistencies need not be pointed out ir, the intelligent observer. At a time like this, when cur country has need of every man. it it every one’s doty not to point out to our men why they should not go, but why they should. Women’s cooperation ;s needed to urge their men for•ward, not, as in cates I have heard of, to "persuade them to pull out after actually offering their ifrvices. My very strong feeling on this subject is ray only excuse for trespassing on your space. My own husband has gone to do Ids share, and lam proud ■a# % May all cur women who r an feel as i do,—l am. etc.. Sav:. Oi-n '.Ttviuv. November d,
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THE CALL FOR MEN., Evening Star, Issue 15640, 3 November 1914