20 MAY 1922, Page 13


(To THE EDITOR OF THE " SPECTATOR.") SIR,—Seeing this heading under date May 6th of your issue, I hasten to say that Scheme 5 of the National Savings is the round peg which exactly fits that round hole. I speak from experience. I have worked Scheme 5 in this village since 1916, and have received the contents of many and many an " unfruitful money-box." It is the house-to-house collecting scheme, the one for busy working-class homes. Let your correspondent try it; he or she will be amazed at the avidity with which it is taken up.—I am, Sir, &c., HON. SEC: 216/67 NATIONAL SAVINGS.