Religion: Sister & Brother

When one sees people peering about in the halls and corridors of the small Algonquin Hotel, Manhattan, one may be almost sure that they are peeling their eyes for a glimpse of a literary lion or a theatrical celebrity. For there it is the habit of that kind of people to meet.

Perhaps it was for such a glimpse that a reporter was staring in the lobby of the Algonquin last week. He must have received a first-rate shock, for there he perceived before him no literary lion, no theatrical celebrity—but Commander Evangeline Booth of...

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