Religion: Christian Endeavor

Never has the world ceased to marvel at the success which will attend simplicity. Christianity began simply, was simple, flourished. So, too, "Christian Endeavor," from its crowded international convention last week at Portland, Ore., beamed forth its simplicity; the world beamed yonder.

History. Seventy-four years ago in the Province of Quebec, a son, Francis E., was born to an obscure New Englander named Symmes. Two years later he was orphaned, was adopted by his uncle, Rev. E. W. Clark, changed his name, grew up as Francis E. Clark. Dartmouth College and Andover...

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