Religion: Sixth Choice

Pennsylvania's Bishop Thomas James Garland, his clergymen and his laymen have long been trying to get a bishop coadjutor. Five men they asked and were five times refused.* Last week they found a man who would accept. Unlike the previous five selected he was right there in Pennsylvania. He was Dr. Francis M. Taitt, rector of St. Paul's Church, Chester.

Not only in geography and result did the Taitt election differ from the previous five. All other nominees were comparatively young men. Dr. Taitt is five years older than 62-year-old Bishop Garland. He...

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