Religion: Prohibishop v. Publisher

God, politics, two women and the stock-market have been among the vital interests of Bishop James Cannon Jr. of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. All of his brethren deplored his gambling in stocks, and at the Dallas convention of his church last spring, he tearfully promised to gamble no more, was forgiven (TIME, May 26 et seq.). But four of his brethren in the South still deplored his conduct in general, which they felt unfitted him for the service of God. While he was honeymooning in Brazil with the second of the two women who have been dear to him, these...

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