Religion: Salvation Army Ltd.

Evangeline Cory Booth and her niece Catherine Bramwell Booth met amiably last fortnight in London, where they had foregathered with 40 other Salvation Army commissioners from all over the world. Their comity, and a democratization of the Army which was worked out at their conference, were significant for all people who contribute to the Army's charitable work.

Some two years ago aunt and niece were at loggerheads because Evangeline wanted the late William Bramwell Booth, her brother and Catherine's father, ousted from his autocratic generalship of the Army. General Booth "resigned"; Edward...

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