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Calvinists and The League. I I MAJOR DAVID DAVIES AND OPPOSINC I FORCES. At the evening session of the North Wales Calvinistic Methodist Conference last week-end Major David Davies, AI. IV, advocated the claims of the League of Nations Union. He declared that in future we njust regard war as the great- est crime anyone could commit against mankind. He realised that it would take time to make the change an accomplished fact. Foreign policy must be disentangled from questions of domes- tic politics, and this could be accomplished only by some scheme of devolution. The League must be a league of free nations. The admission of autocracies would ruin it. Now that the Kaiser and his crowd had disappeared for ever there was no reason why the enemy people, if they were sincere and gave guarantees, should not come within the circle. There were forces working against the movement. There were vested in- terests that would oppose it, and the movement would be thwarted unless the people backed it thoroughly. 01, the motion of the Rev. J.' E. Hughes (Car- narvon), the meeting pledged itself to support the movement. I Professor David Williams (Aberystwyth) and the Rev. J. J. Hvans (Dwyran) related their ex- periences with the Welsh troops in Palestine and France respectively, while Dr. Griffith (Brymbo) addressed the Association on the temperance question.

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