Religion: Militant Christians

A general made his first tour of inspection to two of the most important posts in his command last week. He is George Lyndon Carpenter, who succeeded Evangeline Booth as head of the Salvation Army in 1939. The posts: Chicago and New York.

To Chicago for four days and then to Manhattan for six went thousands of disciplined Salvationists to attend the Army's Central and Eastern Territorial Congresses and see their worldwide leader. The men were in high, stiff-necked uniforms, the lassies in black-&-red poke bonnets, long-skirted uniform dresses. They went early to every...

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