Religion: Man to be Heard

A solid, large-framed gentleman in a cutaway entrained from Manhattan for Chicago. This was John R. Mott, 61, General Secretary of the International Y. M. C. A., man with genius for organizing religion, man to be heard with attention. He was bound for a national conference of the organization which under his velvet-gloved hand of iron has carried Protestant Christ to all heathen corners of the globe, has consolidated faith where it already existed, 52 nations in all. He does not look his age, though he should after 38 years of the...

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