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EPWORTH LEAGUE WORKERS,

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DEMAND FOR YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETIES.

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“ CHILDREN are the to-morrow of society” is utterance accredited to Archbishop Whateley. If the saying be true it should only encourage the further observation that young people are the morning hours of society's to-day.

But “morning hours are the wings of the day," and wings are suggestive of elasticity, buoyancy, hopefulness, ambition, aspiration. In these “wings” there are possible loftier and farther flights than any preceding age has known.

This age offers remarkable facilities for personal development, lofty attainments in knowledge, large acquisitions of power, and wide usefulness. Some characteristics may be briefly noted. The first is the exten

The age.

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