Religion: Trends Sep. 3, 1923

On the Carpet. Captain Mildred Olsen, of the Salvation Army, received a summons to appear before Commander Evangeline Booth, at Lake George, N. Y., and explain her conduct in bobbing her hair. Captain Olsen is 25, an expert swimmer and diver. Commander Booth's niece, Mary Booth, had her hair bobbed in France during the period of her War work. She was condemned by General Bramwell Booth to stay away from the front until her hair grew long again. Will the decision of the Commander differ from that of the General?

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