At this moment, a Salvationist prophet named John is stirring the people very strongly.
The only sort of officer he ought to carry is a Salvationist!'
In a moment the Salvationist knelt upon the stones, and kissed the battered face of the poor wanderer.
The charnel houses of iniquity must ever be the workshops of the Salvationist.
An old soldier came down from the front and a Salvationist asked him if he knew the Little Major.
The Salvationist told him the only suitable place in the town was that used by him as a garage.
They were very grateful for the trust reposed in them by the Salvationist.
Sometimes they try to get me to smoke or go and have a glass of beer with them, but I tell them that I am a Salvationist.
It is as much or more than the other sensational, democratic, and (I use the word in a sound and good sense) Salvationist.
But even that one can grin and bear when one remembers that the Salvationist bandsmen are but a sort of melancholy herald angels.