Religion: Trends Nov. 1, 1926

Mohammed in London. A Moslem mosque, the first in the British Isles, other than two temporary temples, has been dedicated in the London suburb of Southfields. The opening ceremony was performed by Emir Feisal, King of Iraq, third son of the King of the Hedjaz. Mohammedan worshipers in England are a small but steadily growing body. Rowland George Allanson Allanson-Winn, Fifth Baron Headley, is a leader of the British activities of the sect.

Lutherans. Dethroned by Presbyterians from their onetime third rank in number of U. S. Protestants, Lutherans plan to count hereafter...

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