Religion: Salvation Jubilees

Evangeline Cory Booth, Commander of the Salvation Army in the U. S., passed some of the brightest days of her life last week. She led some 4,000 Army men and women assembled in Manhattan through the climax of celebrating two jubilees—the golden anniversary of the Army's 1880 "invasion" of the U. S. (TIME, March 24) and the silver anniversary of her taking command in the U. S. (1904). Herbert Hoover sent her greetings. Lou Henry Hoover sent an armful of roses. Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt of New York regretted that he could not...

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